|1.||"Bip Bam (Thank You Ma'am)" (Part 1) (3:07)|
|1.||"Bip Bam (Thank You Ma'am)" (Part 2) (3:02)|
So good it spills over into two parts, Bill Brown's cult 1974 Brownstone release "Bip Bam" has been known to pass hands for triple figures in the past. Now you can enjoy its sweeping MGs style lavish organ and horn fusion at a fraction of the price. Deep, soulful, laced with infectious percussion and Bill's swooning scat vocal textures, this still sounds of its world and time to this day.
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