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Click below for a Peter Brown sample:

Dance With Me

  

 
Peter Brown was a bit of a pioneer, although few would credit him as such.  He was one of the first musicians to record the bulk of his music from home, a definite rarity in the 70s.  Blessed with the talent to play multiple instruments, Brown laid down the tracks that helped him get signed to TK Records' Drive label in 1977.  His disco-funk jams include "Do You Wanna Get Funky With Me," "Dance With Me" and "Crank It Up."   "Funky" was the first platinum 12-inch single in history, which gives you an indication of how popular he was.  After TK folded, he recorded for Columbia without much success. 

Peter Brown's Deepest Grooves

Fantasy Love Affair (Drive, 1978)
His first LP was the best.  His two biggies, "Dance With Me" and "Do You Wanna Get Funky" are here, plus "You Should Do It."

Stargazer (Drive, 1979)

Back to the Front (TK, 1983)
With his last chart single, "Baby Gets High."

Get Funky With Me: Best Of (West Side, 1998)

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