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King Tubby and Bunny Lee "would frequently work together with the Aggrovators throughout the decade, mining Lee's "flying cymbal" rhythm (a variation on the "Philly-bump" American soul beat) on scores of remixes.--"Sonic Alchemy: Visionary Music Producers and Their Maverick Recordings (2004) by David N. Howard

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Ronnie Baker (bass), Norman Harris (guitar), Earl Young (drums) were the rhythm section to philly soul.

In 1979, they also released on album on Salsoul Records, titled B-H-Y.

  1. Come As You Are 4:59
  2. Handle Me With Love And Care 6:08
  3. We Funk The Best 3:37
  4. Marathon Dancer 3:50
  5. Touch Me While I'm Touching You 5:22
  6. Take My Body Now 5:04
  7. I Just Want To Funk (With You) 3:25
  8. Opus BHY 4:20

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