Mr Spin’s newest game, King Bling Slots, features the king of cool, Mr Bling! He knows how to party and has put together the ultimate groovy playlist for you lucky Spinners to try out! Give these super fly tracks a try and you’ll soon be feelin’ the funk like you’ve never felt it before!
Mr Bling guarantees that any party featuring his awesome playlist of sweet soul tracks from the golden age of cool is sure to be a smash hit. So, wow your friends and reel out these tracks next time you’re hostin’. Oooooh, yeahh!
Number 1: ‘Funk Funk’, Cameo
First up in this smokin’ hot playlist is something to get the groove off right. And what better way to feel the funk than to get some pure ‘Funk Funk’ from the Formaldehyde Funkmen themselves? This Cameo track is sure to set that groovy tone in just the right way! Just remember: they were here before you felt the funk, and they’ll be here after the funky feelin’s gone!
Number 2: ‘September’, Earth, Wind & Fire
Okay, let’s get things in full swing! The smooth sounds of Earth, Wind & Fire are sure to be chasing the clouds away! Just listen to those funky horns, yes sir! Don’t forget to sing along in your silly high voices ladies and gents, that’s a must!
Number 3: ‘Nowhere to Run’, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
You’ll be runnin’ nowhere but the dancefloor once this tune travels down those ear tubes and triggers some toe-tappin’ good times! Ain’t nobody that the King of Bling bows down to, other than the queen that is Martha Reeves.
Number 4: ‘Superstition’, Stevie Wonder
How could this not be on your playlist? If it ain’t, then surely seven years of bad luck are on the way… Stevie Wonder does it again with this timeless classic. That baseline is enough to melt yo’ mind! Dayum!
Number 5: ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’, Them
Mr Bling isn’t sure what’s wrong with New Orleans – he’s been, it’s lovely. But he knows for a fact there’s nothing wrong with this jammin’ tune from Them! They sure know their way around an electric guitar and will have you boogieing with the best of ‘em!
Number 6: ‘Brown Sugar’, The Rolling Stones
If electric guitars weren’t enough to get you dancin’, then how about some sexy sax to remind you why it feels good to be alive and jiving? Oh yeah, a spoonful of Brown Sugar is just the stuff to get you gettin’ down.
Number 7: ‘Green Onions’, Booker T & The MGs
After all that jivin’ excitement, things need to get back to a nice green mellow… Maybe grab a drink while you enjoy the smooth delights of Booker T’s rhythm. Or, if you’re not tired, bustin’ some more moves out on the floor will NEVER be frowned upon. Mr Bling salutes you!
Number 8: ‘Harlem Shuffle’, Bob & Earl
Okay, back to bangin’ it out on the floor! You’ll know what time it is when you hear that horn heralding you in – it’s shufflin’ time! Grab your partner and get down and groovy with it, cus this track has survived more than 50 years to keep your feet flyin’. Feel that rhythm, baby!
Number 9: ‘Sliced Tomatoes’, Just Brothers
We’re nearing Mr Bling’s funk and soul education, and where better to go than to the buffet bar for an extra helping of Sliced Tomatoes by Just Brothers. This rockin’ little number will have your guests dancing through the soles of their shoes and boogieing all the way back to their beds. Ohhh yeah.
Number 10: ‘Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)’, Sly & the Family Stone
Mr Bling wants to thank you for checkin’ out his grooviest of playlists! Make sure you spin in this last track and boogie right to the very end of the night! We hope you’ve enjoyed getting’ down with Mr Spin’s newest buddy and we’re sure you’ll enjoy playin’ King Bling Slots too! Maybe you can enjoy these hot tracks while spinning away on those reels?
Mr Bling’s Bonus Tracks:
‘Sir Duke’, Stevie Wonder
‘Hard to Handle’, Otis Redding
‘Son of a Preacher Man’, Dusty Springfield
‘Soul Man’, Sam & Dave
‘I Want You Back’, The Jackson 5
‘Express Yourself’, Charles Wright and the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band