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C.J. & Co ‎– Deadeye Dick  - Used LP
C.J. & Co ‎– Deadeye Dick  - Used LP
C.J. & Co ‎– Deadeye Dick  - Used LP
C.J. & Co ‎– Deadeye Dick  - Used LP
C.J. & Co ‎– Deadeye Dick  - Used LP
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C.J. & Co ‎– Deadeye Dick - Used LP

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VG/VG.  1978 Westbound disco funk from Detroit, Michigan. Band formed in 1977 by Dennis Coffey and Mike Theodore.  Theodore offers the first four cuts on this set, and seem to tell a disco rendition of a noir pulp fiction tale that also hints to the streets of Detroit in the 1970s.  Coffey and Cleveland Horne (vocalist?) offer the last two cuts, "Hear Say" still in the disco mode but here the bass and Coffey's funky guitar get some focus for some standout moments for fans of funk, and "You're Still the Sweetest Thing in my Life," a heavily produced soul song featuring the Detroit Symphony and the best vocal work on the album.  As perhaps a reaction to all the 1960s records that didn't credit musicians such as Coffey, this doesn't credit the singers.   Recorded in Detroit, but mix in Philly, a Tom Moulton mix. -- winch

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