The first single from Downtown Science (Sam Sever, who later did some singles for MoWax, and Bosco Money) from the period when Def Jam was still taking some risks putting out underground hip hop. 12-inch, Vinyl record
A funky funky classic! "Crumbs Off The Table" is far and away Laura's best-remembered cut – thanks in no small part to the wealth of samples that have come from the funky bass/drum intro – which goes on for an eternity before Laura's wicked vocals come into the mix! 7-inch, Vinyl record
Two unissued numbers from back in the day – both raw and wild enough to earn their place on Norton Records! "Radioactive Flip Flop" takes off with a scream, and rockets forward with plenty of fast-riffing guitar – almost a rockabilly twist at times, but with more garagey energy overall! "Midnight Blues" is a slower, moodier number – but still plenty darn raw – almost the kind of trippy track you'd hear from some psych band, but delivered here in an earlier sort of incarnation! 7-inch, Vinyl record
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Jean Luc Ponty —
Fables ... LP Atlantic, 1985. Used ....
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Almost a back-to-basics album for jazz violinist Jean-Luc Ponty – one that has him kicking things up with a bit more heavy fusion than on some of his other 80s records – almost jamming at times, and at least returning to some of the energy he had back in the 70s! Most of the record features a core group with Scott Henderson on guitar, Baron Browne on bass, and Rayford Griffin on drums – and Ponty's playing a few different electric violins, plus a bit of keyboards – on tracks that include "Radioactive Legacy", "Perpetual Rondo", "Cat's Tales", "In The Kingdom Of Peace", "Infinite Pursuit", and "Elephants In Love". LP, Vinyl record album