Black & Brown - Cool Affair

Black & Brown met in 1983 in a cellar in Bologna, Italy. Made up of Andrea Raffini and Picchio their idea was to create a cover band geared towards funk. Their repertoir consisted mostly of songs by their idol James Brown, the rest were songs by Wilson Pickett, AWB, etc. Their name grew from this combination: Black (the type of music) and Brown (their idol). Their lineup consisted of drums, bass, two guitars, voice and sax.

With a five year span between their first album (File Under Funk), Cool Affair was released in 2000. This album was recorded in their home studio, and, unlike their first album, was completely instrumental.

01. Gimme Some of That Stuff
02. Cool Affair
03. Song 4v
04. Still Under Funk
05. Trekking in Kalaw
06. Liquid Flies
07. Specially That One
08. Blue Train
09. Take This Mine
10. Surfing Wave - Balck & Brown
11. What Time in Tokyo
12. A Lick on Your Back
13. Hip-Not
14. Song 4v [Unity Sky Mix]

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