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Boomkat Product Review:
Eccentric Soul follow up their 'Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal' primer with 'Good God! Born Again Funk' moving down the timeline to cover those underground heroes who merged The Funk and The Spirit in timely fashion between 1969 and 1985. Like the first comp, all the performers here are devoutly Christian, but found a more effective way to spread their Gospel message via the medium of Funk, connecting with their audiences on a level everyone could understand, regardless of religion. We get dynamite discofunk like Gospel Soul Revivals 'If Jesus Came Today' (1983), alongside scorching soul joints from Brother Samuel Cheatham's 'Troubles Of The World' (1969), the low-slung spirit of Inspirational Gospel Singers 'The Same Thing It Took' (1976), the extraordinary 'Peter And John' by Andrew Wartts & The Gospel Storytellers (1985) and more from the Chicago Travellers, Sacred Four, Little Chirs and The Righteous Singers and Golden Echoes + many more. It's a revelation!