Tuesday, May 12, 2009
"The Latin funk band Dyna-Might evolved from East L.A.'s Mickey & The Invaders. In 1969, the band was discovered by KHJ Boss Jocks “Humble Harv” Miller (who can be heard as the MC on the Seeds Raw and Alive LP) and Charlie O’Donnell and changed their name to Dyna-Might.
They recorded one single for the Congress label before signing with Uni and recording "Borracho" (that’s Humble Harv saying “Booooorrrachooo!” – Spanish for “drunk” – throughout the tune). The tune, a hard hitting slice of Latin funk, is also a Hammond groover of the first order." (Courtesy Funky16Corners)