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  • Expect an honest and dependable get-down of deep funk and future soul, party hip-hop and good-time reggae, nu Latin breaks and Afrobeat courtesy of main room residents Astroboy, 6 Music's Simon Hodge, Johnny Cashback and WeeG, while Decoy Roy plays a reggae mix in the gallery.

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  • Twenty-five years ago, East LA homeboy Danny Santiago wrote his own story, a novel called Famous All Over Town, about his get-down life running with the wild boys.

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  • My daughter says that people see you all now as something special, but you were really just some get-down brothers in the right place at the right time and you did the right thing.

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  • MESERVE: And Webb says he hopes something else will end, too, the kind of get-down, dirty politics that have been played here in Virginia.

    CNN Transcript Nov 9, 2006

  • This was an attention grabber, ending with a clash of cymbals and a get-down from the lead singer, warbling up and down two octaves in a search for the ending.

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  • HOUSTON: I ` m ready to get down with the get-down.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2005

  • “This could be the first get-down rock ‘n’ roll, cool Christian brand,” he said.

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  • She was greeted by crackling warmth, the aromas of cinnamon and yeast, and Aretha Franklin at her old, get-down funkiest.


  • During this show, along with the traditional "get-down hardwood floor stompin '" type of gospel, there is an hour-long old school segment which features classic gospel tunes from the "Golden Age of Black Gospel music" (1945-late'60's).

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  • "That's the kind of common sense, get-down approach needed."

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