B. B. Dickerson
Coupling a funk feel with a Latin and reggae influences, former War bassist Morris "BB" Dickerson created smoking grooves that continue to burn like a Southland heatwave. Dickerson co-wrote and played on all of War's seminal hits- "Spill the Wine," "The Cisco Kid," "Why Can't We Be Friends?," and the iconic "Low Rider"- supporting and interacting with the songs' vocal narratives with meaty hooks that sit heavy in the mix. Dickerson currently plays in the Low Rider Band with four of the five surviving members of War.
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