New Sound

Daddy Rap / Na Na Na

Turbo : TU 027

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  • Artist: New Sound
  • A Side: Daddy Rap
  • B Side: Na Na Na
  • Label: Turbo
  • Format: 45s



  • Vinyl Condition: E+
  • Label Condition: E+
  • Sleeve Condition: M-

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Super Rare Deep Funk produced by George Kerr, neither side appeared on their massively sought after 1970 album.

This 9 man New York gathering with a 1972 post-album 45 release that sold absolutely nothing, disappearing into the New York ether without a even a hint of ever existing. Amazing as this is a funker with considerable muscle, which ever side yo drop the needle onto.

A snarling lead vocal, spits out grizzly attitude, whilst the shrill male harmony back-up to their utmost to smooth the jagged edges with honed-harmony choruses. What a great job they do melding hard-hitting attitude with subtle harmony and blaring projectile brass.

We start with the insistent Funky flipside "Daddy Rap". Hovering horn hang aloft, as the lead raps his warnings as the JB influenced pulses pump out. Strong, beefed up seriously rare Funk. Flip it over the original a-side nothing changes, the stabbing Funk continues. This time a gargling screams kick start the intrusive rhythms, but again these are ingeniously mingled with shrill choruses and explosive brass.

Both sides are off-the-wall and superb, to seamlessly meld male harmony into a frantic thumping Funk takes serious acumen.

Two killer tunes, one seriously rare disc.

Condition Report

Two clean labels, vinyl reveals only a few fine hairlines, none affecting play.

A Side

  • Title: Daddy Rap

    B Side

  • Title: Na Na Na
  • Year: 1972
  • City: New York, N.Y.