Hand picked records important to the history of Soul Strut. This is updated (almost) daily.
Ranked #176 in the Soul Strut 200
Debut from the Norwegian prog rock band Titanic. On their 1970 self-titled debut, they unleashed a funky hard rock sound that had heavy emphasis on percussion and cocked-wah. If you are a lover of open drums, look no further, as cuts like the Procol Harum-ish "I See No Reason" (6:15 minute mark) and "Something On My Mind" will knock the wind out of you. The uptempo gem "Love Is Love" has also blessed a few b-boy events in its time. This is a fairly common score in Europe, so be sure to partake in your travels.