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Disco Wasn't Good Enough

by Seven Eleven

“Cool tune”, “it drives the point home”, “great addition to our playlist” is Hollywood’s Grammy nominated singer, songwriter, producer, radio-host Al Walsers comment on the single ‘Disco wasn’t good enough’
Genre: Urban/R&B: Disco (R&B)
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Seven Eleven was formed in 1987 from the remains of The Savannah Fun Brigade, and has become the longest running funk band in the Netherlands. The band played at numerous venues in Europe, and after 27 years still makes every concert a party.

Seven Eleven collaborated with American funk artists and musicians such as Fred Wesley (JB Horns, Horny Horns, Parliament), Menace (Bill Laswell), Mudbone Cooper (Bootsy's Rubber Band, The Funk Unity Band), Dawn Silva (Sly Stone, Brides of Funkenstein ) and Jeanette Washington (Parliament, Funkadelic, Parlet).

In 2012 Seven Eleven presented their anniversary album ‘25 Years and still funkin'’, which was described by Maxazine as "probably the best Dutch funk album of all time". In 2013 a jubilee tour followed with performances in the Netherlands, Belgium and France.

In early 2014, the recordings of the album 'Back to the source' were completed. The band members have been working on the album since 2010. The record was produced in London by guitarist / producer Rob Manzoli, the creative mind of Right Said Fred in the nineties, who scored monster hits like ‘I'm too sexy’ and ‘Deeply Deepy’.

'Back to the Source' was released in the Netherlands in February 2015. Prior to the album the single ‘Disco was not good enough’ came out, with contributions of Rob Manzoli and Louis Johnson.



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