Obscure (& Not So Obscure) Rhythms

I am sure most folks have wondered from time to time why the best songs on any given CD are not the ones promoted or made into singles. I can recall classic Barry White, Bee Gees, Commodores & Prince albums that had a number of obscure “fillers” that sounded better to me than the promoted pieces. Sometimes the intended hits are overshadowed by B-side tracks–Prince’s “Erotic City” (B-side)sounded better than “Let’s Go Crazy”, Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” (B-side) was better than the crappy “Substitute” & Bill Withers “Aint No Sunshine” (B-side) was better than the A-side “Harlem”. For the most part, these “fillers” remain on the album/CD and not released at all like many of the songs on the following playlist. You have to dig deep sometimes to find quality…..

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