Category: Rock

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  1. Faum
    Dance to the Best of ESG () eclipses the previous compilations (A South Bronx Story, Vols 1 & 2) and is the only one now available on most music streaming sites. It includes tracks from their debut EP all the way to their last Soul Jazz album in , and it doesn't miss all that much/5(9).
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  2. Dir
    Oct 26,  · Taken from the LP "ESG ‎- A South Bronx Story", released on Universal Sound records in Originally released on "ESG" EP on 99 Records in
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  3. Ferr
    Fire Records is proud to announce the global release of the vinyl box set of Dance To The Best of ESG from New Yorks legendary punk/funk family affair ESG (Emerald, Sapphire and Gold.) For the very first time, all of the songs that made the band such an innovative influence are available in a single release.
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  4. Taugar
    The mysterious Sault return with album number three that was announced when the whole album was played on BBC 6 Music’s Gilles Peterson’s show. This is the most essential album for The 18 track album is an absolute joy whilst delivering a powerful message. Each tracks title nods towards revolution, expression and a celebration of black culture. The sound once again mixes R&B.
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  5. Brashicage
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dance To The Best Of ESG on Discogs. Label: Fire Records - FF • Format: 3x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul • Style: Downtempo, Free Funk/5(9).
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  6. Balar
    ESG have reissued a new wave funk compilation of nine tracks entitled Keep On Moving. Described as being the product of a studio that was left to run itself, this record is the all consuming sound of the techno dance .
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  7. Yozragore
    Jan 31,  · Dance to the Best of ESG. 2xCD compilation documents the career of the South Bronx sister act who became a major influence on hip-hop, dance music, and dance-punk.
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  8. Gardagore
    During their first incarnation, the group signed with 99 Records and issued a debut self-titled EP in that featured three live and three studio songs, the latter produced by the legendary Martin Hannett (Joy Division, etc.). 's ESG Says Dance to the Beat of Moody EP continued in a similar vein, as did their first full-length album.
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