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TrusselLove Injection ... CD
Elektra (Japan), 1980. New Copy ... $13.99
Trussel may have cut this one and only album at the end of the 70s – but they've got a strength that's kept them going for years – despite a lack of success at the time! The record's a sweet modern soul stunner – a record that picks up a sweet jazzy groove that's augmented with lots of great funky touches from Fred Wesley – all in ways that are a real precursor to the 80s groove generation! The album's not really disco, but more in the clubby funk territory of The Horny Horns – a mode that's got the ensemble coming down tight on the groove, and layering the sharp instrumentation with catchy vocal refrains that give the whole album a really infectious vibe. Titles include the classic "Gone For The Weekend" – plus "Love Injection", "Sweet Love", "I Love It", "Big City Rocker", and "If You Can't See It". CD

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New TrusselLove Injection/Gone For The Weekend ... 12-inch
Elektra, 1979. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A sweet funky club track, with a great jazzy style that reminds us a lot of work at the time by Don Blackman or Bernard Wright! The cut's got a groove that sort of mixes P-Funk and early 80s groove – with some very nice keyboards and riffing guitars, topped off by some wonderfully sweet harmony vocals! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In an Elektra/Asylum Disco sleeve. Label has initials in pen.)
 
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New VariousClub Connection – The Authentic Sound Of 80s Club Culture From The Vaults Of Atlantic, Elektra & Warner Bros Records 1979 - 1985 ... LP
WEA (UK), Early 80s. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A sweeeeeeet set of jammers from the post-disco years – groundbreaking club tracks from the vaults of Warner, Atlantic, and Elektra Records, three labels who were at the forefront of soul music at the time! The style here is instantly compelling – a blend of beats, bass, and vocals that have a real emphasis on a catchy hook and a nice groove. A number of these cuts have never been properly reissued, and even more importantly, they've never been presented in a format as strong as this before! Titles include "Keep The Fire Burning (UK club)" by Gwen McCrae, "I Shoulda Loved Ya" by Narada Michael Walden, "Love Injection" by Trussel, "Dynamite" by Stacy Lattisaw, "Dancin In The Key Of Life" by Steve Arrington, "Let Me Show You" by Larry Wu, "Lover Undercover (UK club)" by Fatback, "On My Own" by Debra Laws, "If You Really Want Me" by Sister Sledge, "You Can Do It" by Five Special, "Do It Roger" by Roger, and "Baby I'm Scared Of You" by Womack & Womack. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 
 



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