The 4th Meters album marked their departure from Josie Records and was released on the Reprise label in 1972. Cabbage Alley once again proved that The Meters were one of the finest, rawest Funk groups around.
Hailing from the soggy streets of New Orleans, the Meters essentially invented the second line groove, influencing Funk music like no other artist (OK, aside from a singer by the name of James Brown). These cats are essentially one unified rhythm section, with expertly timed drum breaks, bass driven grooves, bluesy chicken scratch guitars and Southern singalong choruses.
1x 12" LP, 180gm, includes 2x bonus tracks
A1. You've Got To Change (You've Got To Reform)
A2. Stay Away
A4. The Flower Song
A5. Soul Island
B1. Do the Dirt
B3. Lonesome and Unwanted People
B4. Gettin' Funkier All the Time
B5. Cabbage Alley
B6. Chug Chug Chug-A-Lug (Push and Shove) Part I - Bonus track
B7. Chug Chug Chug-A-Lug (Push and Shove) Part II - Bonus track
Music On Vinyl, 2013 reissue
Originally released 1974