Larry Graham And Graham Central Station

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Sly And The Family Stone's bass god became an ambassador for slapping, popping and general funk-bass technique in the '70s. He's now also frequently a totemic figure in Prince's band. Tonight Graham fronts his own group, dropping funked-up hits including 'It's Alright', 'The Jam' and a good smattering of Sly classics too.

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ted

Saw him last night-unlike the commentor below I wasn't lucky enough to see him in the 70s. And what I saw last night was an effing funk bomb. So his band might not be as good but he carries a funk bomb in that bass of his and it went off for about 2 hours last night

Gaffer

Saw Larry Graham there recently what a disappointment, the place was filfy disgusting toilets my wife refused to go., left before the end of the set not the Larry Graham I remember from the 70's