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Farley "Jackmaster" Funk - No Vocals Necessary mp3 album

Farley "Jackmaster" Funk - No Vocals Necessary mp3 album Performer: Farley "Jackmaster" Funk
Title: No Vocals Necessary
Style: Acid House, Deep House, House
Date of release: 1988
Country: US
Size MP3: 1815 mb
Size FLAC: 1155 mb
Rating: 4.1

Farley's album contains deep house and acid house music. Been listening and experiencing this great Lp 3 or 4 times a year since "88" and I love it more and more each year . If the Jackmaster 'needs a friend', I'm Here-There for life! Much Luv ; ) Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from No Vocals Necessary (1988) by Farley Jackmaster Funk. This album has an average beat per minute of 122 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 120/124 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist No Vocals Necessary. All Acid Out. Should I Need You. My World.

No Vocals Necessary (1988). Album by Farley "Jackmaster" Funk. was sampled in. Technotronic by The Pro 24's (1989). I Don't Wanna Be a Freak by Fierce Ruling Diva (1989).

Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk & Jessie Saunders - Love Can't Turn Around (Remix) (12''). Label: House Records Cat Date: 1986 Source: Vinyl Quality: FLAC. A1 Love Can't Turn Around (Vocal Club Mix) 7:11 B1 Love Can't Turn Around (Houseapella) 9:30 B2 Love Can't Turn Around (Instrumental Mix) 7:13. ental/New Age/Folk -- oul/Funk -- Chanson/Bard -- Soundtracks -- Афиша -- Музыкантам FunkySouls - Помощь по FunkySouls - FunkyTorrents Специальные - Rock, Metal, Alternative + подфорумы - Электронная музыка + подфорумы - RAP & Hip-Hop + подфорумы - Остальное + подфорумы - Фильмы, Кино, Театр + подфорумы Технические - Тестирование.

Listen to music from Farley Jackmaster Funk like Love Can't Turn Around, The Acid Life & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Farley Jackmaster Funk. Farley got his start in the music industry in 1981 as a one of the original members of the Hot Mix 5, a DJ team at WBMX-FM 10. FM, Oak Park, Chicago (original members of Kenny "Jammin" Jason, Mickey "Mixin" Oliver, Scott "Smokin" Silz, Farely "Funkin" Keith and Ralphi "Rockin" Rosario). He was a guest DJ at The Warehouse nightclub, and was a resident DJ at The Playground, which later became The Candy Store and later La Mirage.

DJ Pierre, Farley Jackmaster Funk and Roy Davis Jr will play next month's event in Chicago, called For Spanky. Farley Jackmaster Funk to release track supporting victims of French terror attacks. The tune, featuring Byron Stingily, Screamin' Rachael and a Chicago gospel group, lands on Trax Records this week. ReviveHER celebrates 5 Years Of Funk. Farley Jackmaster Funk, DJ Funk and FunkinEven are among the guests for the September 18th event.

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The best album by Farley "Jackmaster" Funk is No Vocals Necessary which is ranked number 58,745 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 4. Farley "Jackmaster" Funk is ranked number 24,320 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 4. Product Details. Farley Jackmaster Funk Boiler Room Detroit DJ Set. 10. WBMX Oak Park/Chicago - Farley Jackmaster Funk (1987). Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk WGCI Mastermixes, 1987. Farley "Jackmaster" Funk best albums. 1. No Vocals Necessary. Farley "Jackmaster" Funk.


A1 I Need A Friend
A2 The Acid Life
A3 Acid Trip
A4 All Acid Out
B1 Should I Need You
B2 My World
B3 The Funk Is On
B4 Bass Lives On

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Farley Music
  • Distributed By – Barney's Records


  • Mastered By – ΔM


Packaged in a blue die-cut sleeve.

Sleeve sticker states:

Centre label B states:

℗ & © 1988
Farley Music BMI

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): HU-50-A ∆M
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): HU-50-B ∆M

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TX5050 Farley Funkin' Keith* No Vocals Necessary ‎(LP, RE) Trax Records TX5050 US 1998
HU50 Farley "Jackmaster" Funk No Vocals Necessary ‎(LP) House Records HU50 US 1988
TX5050 Farley Funkin' Keith* No Vocals Necessary ‎(2x12", RE, RM) Trax Records TX5050 UK 2016
HU50 Farley "Jackmaster" Funk No Vocals Necessary ‎(LP, Unofficial) House Records HU50 US 1988
TX-5050 The Rude Boy Farley Keith No Vocals Necessary ‎(Acetate, LP) Trax Records TX-5050 US Unknown

User reviews
Can anyone confirm if it is a Roland tr 808 used on most of the tracks,? Specifically on the acid side?
I agree with rdubdj. Acid side is def 808, the claves and congas give it away. Deep house is more difficult lots of effects and eq but there is a 909 and a 707 in there.
def mainly 808 on acid side with reverb, sounds like another drum machine on the intro of "all acid out"
It says 1986 on the double repress and 1988 on the original....
Farley says on some YouTube vid that he made it in 1987.
Farley in interview states that he made the recordings used for the album "No Vocals Necessary" in 1987.Source: MTV Acid House Report (1993).
I'm willing to believe that the Deep House side was produced in 86 and the Acid House side sometime there after and then released for 88.
Sadaron above the Gods
WBMX Master Piece. Re-Release 2 x 12 deep inches! Its so good to have. Out now!
One of the best records ever. So good... this is probably a pipe dream but it would be dope to get the original recordings if they're still around and reissue this on a 2XLP
Wowow! not even mad that I paid good $ for an original. This record should be more available. Great news
I Think it's happening as we speak! ; ) just saw a pre-order for a reissue online.
Been listening and experiencing this great Lp 3 or 4 times a year since "88" and I love it more and more each year. The Jackmaster IS just that...Plus a pure genius imho...Few tracks can get me into that expansive space like 'The funk is on' and feeling that "get up and groove"... If the Jackmaster 'needs a friend', I'm Here-There for life! Much Luv ; )
On of the realest chicago records from the late 80's. The sound quality isnt that good but these songs are all really dope. Farley is so creative on here. The beat programming on the acid side especially is very imaginative but still loose feeling and very much intended for heavy dancing.
The Deep House side of this tends to get overlooked, sure The Acid Life & I Need a Friend still sound the nutz but Farley's version of Wood Brass & Steel's Funkanova (aka The Funk Lives On)is very much as good as anything he put out around this time and is his version of Moment of My Life which from memory is Should I Need You. All round quality EP.
"I need a friend" - What a tune. Seminal Chicago-House that is perculiar to the ear and moving to the soul. I haven't heard it for about 10 years but can still hear it. Flippin' Acid-house scene - don't 'alf do things to your long term memory.
Jav, 'The Acid Life' is 'The' bomb of the LP, sure but, don't forget to mention 'I Need A Friend'. Amazing track. While listening to it, u can note it evolves from a deep-house vibe & melancholic feel to hardcore jackin' house & acid madness. It is also very brave to add violin samples which brings this particular vibe. That is why this track is very good i think.
If you're new to the Chicago House sound, this record is a good place to start. The LP has two sides--one of which is devoted to acid house, and the other to deep house. I prefer the acid side, but that's probably just my personal preference. Farley always made great tracks, but I think these eight are some of his best, since they're pretty much free of the catchiness or mainstream-radio appeal of a lot of his productions.
Yep and dont go for bundles either.,,t f e t