Panache | Every Brother Ain't A Brother


every brother ain't a brother


Every Brother Ain't A Brother (vocal)

Every Brother Ain't A Brother (instrumental)

Every Brother Ain't A Brother (Jura Soundsytem edit)

First official 12” reissue of this cult classic from the disco-rap era, original versions plus a Jura Soundsystem special version with additional live percussion. Originally released as a 12” single in 1982, ‘Every Brother Ain’t A Brother’ was the final record from Brooklyn multi-instrumentalist and producer Freddie Thompson’s Panaché band. Built around a fully cleared sampled bassline from ‘The Message’ by Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, ‘Every Brother Ain’t A Brother’ plays out like a summertime stroll through New York in the early 80s. The streets are full of excitement, but as the lyrics, written by vocalist Denise Williams (not to be confused with Deniece Williams of ‘Let’s Hear It For The Boy’ fame) make it clear, they’re dangerous as well.