Volume 4 in the HouseShoes Presents series – in which the revered DJ gives back to the underground scene, and provides a vinyl showcase for heretofore under-the-radar DJ/production talent! This one features the work of classic jazzy beatcraft inspired producer Tuamine – and the titles include "Yellow", "No Limitations", "Alotta Slow Singing", "Decis-I-Sion", "No More Chips", "Who The F**k Is Paging Me At 5", "Latina Nina", "High Eyes", "Plant", "Reoccuring Feelings Of Lonliness", "Look At It", "Cran Grape Juice", "Eva-Re-Moanin" and more. Also includes 2 bonus tracks: "199993" and "Simplenclean". LP, Vinyl record album
The fifth volume in the HouseShoes Presents series – in which the established producer "gives back" and provides a nice little vinyl showcase for heretofore lesser known hip hop players – this one featuring Chicago instrumentalist T-White! T-W is on turntables, finger snaps, "white boy guitar" and "old nasty organ" – and it's good stuff. Includes "Fly Crystal", "Guide (Don't Panic)", "Offhand", "Rea Live (Bones)", "Tell Ya", "Renegade (The Jackal)", "The Hoof", "Birdy Rhythm", "High Yellow", "That Nice Sweater", "Eternal Lee" and more – plus the bonus tracks "Ow!" and "By My Damn Self". LP, Vinyl record album
A tight 10-inch EP from mic veteran El Da Sensei – still delivering the goods after all these years, and continuing to hold it down strongly as a solo force, after changing the game as an Artifact back in the mid 90s. Production by Joc Max, DJ Smooth, and HouseShoes, with mixes and scratches by Damu The Fudgemunk. Includes the vocal and instrumental versions of "Try Again", Smoke To Me" and "Newports". 12-inch, Vinyl record
Walter Bishop —
Hot House ... LP Muse, 1979. New Copy ...
Temporarily Out Of Stock
Walter Bishop takes a trip back to his bop roots with this one – working in trio and quintet formation, and running through a host of mostly older bop standards! The quintet tracks are our favorites – as it's not often we hear Bishop in this stretch with a group larger than a trio – and the presence of Bill Harman and Junior Cook on trumpet and tenor, respectively, fleshes out the record with a nicely soulful sound. The rest of the group features Sam Jones on bass and Al Foster on drums – who also play on the trio tracks – and titles include "Dahoud", "Move", "My Little Suede Shoes", "All God's Children", and "Hot House". LP, Vinyl record album
The second album from Little Feat – and it's a great one! Loose roadhouse blues-y and country rock styled songs – infused with their own weirdness! This is one of those great examples of a band that not only loved, but could play down home American music of many kinds – and add their own personal craft and idiosyncratic charms to whatever they touched. Includes "Easy To Slip", "Cold Cold Cold", "Triple Face Boogie", "Sailin' Shoes", "Cat Fever", "Texas Rose Cafe" and more. LP, Vinyl record album