Morrisey Mullen – Do Like You (12″)

mandmMore early 80’s Jazz-Funk with this combo on alternative label, Beggars Banquet. Morrisey Mullen were a  Jazz band that included Scottish guitarist Jim Mullen, saxophonist Dick Morrissey and bassist John Mole. This was a cover of a Stevie Wonder track off the album, “Hotter Than July” This was backed by the title track from the album, “Badness” with Linda Taylor on vocals.

Both track were produced by Chris Palmer, giving it disco feel to go with the jazz grooves.

Beggars Banquet ‎– BEG 60(T)doklikeinner

A Do Like You
B Badness



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