Track Of The Weekend #4: James Brown – Give It Up Or Turnit Loose Played By Alton Miller (Music Institute Detroit) at Our House Presents Alton Miller, (Sun April 24th)


Hats off to THE  MAN Alton Miller for closing his set last night in Sydney with this classic B-Boy FUNK gem. Played as the closing track at Our House Sydney presents ALTON MILLER (DETROIT, USA) Sunday April 24th.

And big love to Our House Sydney and everyone else who helped put the night on, it was so good to see some real HOUSE music being played in Sydney again.

Also special thanks to Rod all the dancers for creating such a good vibe on the floor.  Get in touch with Rod for all up coming HOUSE dance classes around Sydney at Ace Dance Studio, Crossover studios & Dancekool.

Original Release Info:

Label: King Records

Year: 1969

3 thoughts on “Track Of The Weekend #4: James Brown – Give It Up Or Turnit Loose Played By Alton Miller (Music Institute Detroit) at Our House Presents Alton Miller, (Sun April 24th)

  1. This track will never die nor stop being a dance floor jumper. Glad to hear Alton dropped it. Wish I was there.

    Keep up the top shelf job of spreading the soulful love.

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  2. Your right about the JB track Glass man.. the funk wont ever sound dated with that one.

    I heard it more then a few times but dont think i ever heard it sound so raw to be honest.. after a couple of hours of mad machine based deeper house vibes that just sounded so raw when it came on.

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