Donnie Sanders & The Don Juans - "Shing-A-Ling Baby" (2:21)
Mr Clean & The Cleansers - "Karate" (4:14)
Frederick Knight - "Steppin' Down" (2:36)
Donald Ray & His Revue - "Strut Your Stuff" (3:02)
Little Ceasar & The Euterpeans - "It Ain't What You Do It's The Way How You Do It" (2:26)
Harold Andrews & The Sha-Bangs - "The Swimming Monkey" (2:15)
Take 5+2 - "Get Your Love" (2:55)
Moony Moon - "What About Mars" (2:30)
Al Sinclair - "No That Ain't Groovy" (3:03)
Jim Pipkin & The Boss Five - "Walkin' The Duck" (2:51)
TNT Powerhouse - "Basement Jam" (4:10)
The NT Band - "Good Foot" (1:53)
Living Funk - "Silver Black Summer Day" (4:19)
George E Johnson - "Wake Me Up" (2:50)
South Side - "I Feel The Groove (Commin' On)"
Review: Oh yes, it's the fourth edition of Tramp's mighty Feeling Nice series, proudly presented by Daniel Wanders and Hermann Jahn. The duo are as persistent as they are talented at compiling music series with a socio-political edge, always hinting at some sort of cultural tension. With this new piece of work, they've decided to showcase the deeper side of funk, the sort you wouldn't have found on Top Of The Pops. More than anything, this is a marvellous collector's item, filled with tunes from peeps like Mr Clean & The Cleansers, Jim Pipkin, Al Sinclair, and many other artists from the late 60s who were not as fortunate in their domination of the mainstream as other singers and producers. A mighty fun pack for any serious funk enthusiast.