Dyke and the Blazers was an American funk band led by Arlester Christian (June 13, –March 13, ). The band was formed in and recorded until , when Christian died. Among their most successful records were the original version of "Funky Broadway" () and "Let A Woman Be A Woman, Let A Man. In order thereunto, they assembled a great Number of Troops, rmlting between 30 and Men, and on the 10th marched with Three several Bodies, one passed the Sansct, and posted themselves on the Scarpe between Marchienne and Mortagne, broke the Dykes, funk Trerv, and a great Quanrity of Stones taken from. A1, We Got More Soul, A2, It's Your Thing, A3, My Sisters And My Brothers, A4, Funky Walk Pt. 1, A5, Funky Walk Pt. 2, A6, Shot Gun Slim, B1, Funky Broadway, Pt. 1, B2, Funky Broadway, Pt. 2, B3, Let A Woman Be A Woman, B4, You Are My Sunshine, B5, The Wobble.