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Roger troutman more bounce to the ounce
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12 Feb - 5 min - Uploaded by BrownPrider Funk Zapp & Roger - More Bounce to the Ounce. Show more. Show less. Loading. 12 Dec - 4 min - Uploaded by FUNKNATION Zapp & Roger - More Bounce To The Ounce I would have loved to be in any club in 26 Mar - 5 min - Uploaded by Funk Musics This is the original version of "More Bounce To The Ounce" a music by by brothers Roger.
"More Bounce to the Ounce" is a song performed by American artist, Roger Troutman. It is the opening track on his eponymous debut album and serves as the. 23 Aug - 5 min Regardez Zapp & Roger Troutman - More Bounce To The Ounce de Anthony Godet ici sur. Find a Zapp - More Bounce To The Ounce first pressing or reissue. Complete your Zapp collection. Shop Vinyl Credits. Producer – Bootsy*, Roger Troutman .
More Bounce to the Ounce by Zapp - discover this song's samples, covers and remixes on WhoSampled. Roger Troutman, Bootsy Collins. Zapp & Roger - More Bounce To The Ounce & Other Hits - lesenluminures-france1500.com Music. Roger Troutman was the man, and his music continues to live on! So many. 13 Sep “@freekbass: @vurnt22 and 'More Bounce To The Ounce' by in which Ronson stated, unprompted, that "Roger Troutman and Zapp, we. "(Everybody) Get Up" by Roger sampled Zapp's "More Bounce to the Ounce". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music. 14 Sep to Zapp & Roger's funk classic 'More Bounce To The Ounce' .. Funk' in which he said: "Roger Troutman and Zapp, we heard them a whole.
Zapp & Roger - More Bounce To The Ounce Nine minutes of funk! Can you handle it? Lyrics: More bounce More bounce More bounce Much more bounce. However, Roger Troutman recorded the song for his band Zapp in Basically, the current concept of "more bounce to the ounce" refers to how most men. The song More Bounce to the Ounce was written by Roger Troutman and was first released by Zapp in This resurrection of Roger Troutman's silicon-chip R&B oeuvre collects synth- and voicebox-driven cuts like the hit slow-cyber-jam "Computer Love," as well as .