Stones Throw Records | The Funky 16 Corners 2001

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The Highlighters–Cliff Palmer
The Highlighters–James Boone interview
The Highlighters–Richard "Boola" Ball
The Highlighters/James Bell & the Turner Brothers–James Bell
The Highlighters/James Bell & the Turner Brothers–Dewayne Garvin
The Highlighters/The Rhythm Machine–James Brantley interview
The Rhythm Machine–Robert Dycus interview

"The Funky 16 Corners" -
The Highlighters Band 5.17
(The Highlighters Band - Published by The Highlighters Band. BMI/ASCAP)
Recorded 1969, Ohmit Recording Studio, Indianapolis, IN
Engineer: Les Ohmit
James Bell (vocal); Clifford Palmer (saxophone); unknown trumpet; Richard “Boola” Ball (organ); James Boone (bass); James Brantley (guitar); Dewayne Garvin (drums)Produced by The Highlighters Band
Originally released on 3 Diamonds single 001
Licensed by James Boone, James Brantley, Clifford Palmer, Richard “Boola” Ball, Dewayne Garvin and James Bell

"The Kick" - The Rhythm Machine 3.19
(James Boone, Jerry Herman - Lulu Music. BMI)
Recording date and studio unknown, perhaps 1970, Ohmit Recording Studio
Kevin “Flash” Farrell (vocals); Julius “Mackie Boy” Mack (tenor saxophone); Mardie Williams (alto saxophone); James Brantley (guitar); James Boone (bass); Robert Dycus (drums)Produced by James Boone
Originally released on Lulu single 9706
Licensed by James Boone

"The Funky Buzzard" - James Bell and The Turner Brothers 2.22
(James Bell - James Bell’s Music. ASCAP)
Recording date unknown, perhaps 1970 or 1971, Ohmit Recording Studio, Indianapolis, IN
Engineer: Les Ohmit
Unknown organ, perhaps James Bell; Teddy Patterson (tenor saxophone); Calvin Turner (bass); Alison Turner (guitar), Dewayne Garvin (drums)
Produced by James Bell
Previously unreleased
Licensed by James Bell

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