Vaughan Mason & Crew

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Vaughan Mason & Crew
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Background information
Origin United States
Genres Funk
Hip-Hop
Boogie[1]
Years active 1979–1982
Labels Brunswick Records
Associated acts Zapp & Roger
Past members Vaughan Mason, Jerome Bell (Lead Vocals), Jerome Buford and Ben Epps

Vaughan Mason & Crew was an American funk and post disco based group, best known for their single "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll", which reached #5 on the US Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart in 1980, riding the crest of the roller disco wave that was popular at the time.[2] In 1981, the band released the single "Jammin' Big Guitar", which charted at #65.[3] "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll" has since been used in various samples by De La Soul and Mr. Magic. Also in 1982 Vaughan Mason & Butch Dayo teamed up to deliver "You Can Do It" on Salsoul Records along with "Party On The Corner" in 1983 from the EP Feel My Love.

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