Greg Ginn & The Taylor Texas Corrugators —
Freddie/Tea ... 7-inch Electric Cowbell, 2010. Near Mint- (pic cover)...
No TV Party here, as Greg Ginn's moved into some very different territory than his punkish roots! "Freddie" is a beautiful instrumental that wraps together musing guitar and organ lines – all in a weird cross between rock, jazz, and funk – sounding almost like some obscure ... (Funky 45's) read more7-inch, Vinyl record
Fans of George Kerr will recognize this as one of the best All Platinum singles from the early 70's. George's version of "Hey Girl" starts with a great spoken intro that's really goofy, then it goes into a solid New Jersey soul sound. The flip's a nice funky instrumental by the George ... (Funky 45's) read more7-inch, Vinyl record
A killer single – and one of the best-remembered tracks from this 60s soul singer who could never do wrong! "Cry Baby" is an all-time classic, and it's backed here with a more obscure number that's totally great too! (Funky 45's) 7-inch, Vinyl record
A compelling title, and an equally compelling batch of music – some great keyboard lines from the mighty Bruno Nicolai! The style here is a bit leaner than some of Bruno's classic late 60s material, but still holds all of its great spirit – a mixture of darkness and light that both ... (Funky 45's) read more7-inch, Vinyl record
2 obscure sides of 70s southern soul – both written and produced by Paul Kelly, and with a very similar feel to some of his Warner albums of the same time. Annette's got a great southern diva feel in her vocals – with a mixture of sweet and rough, ala Ann Sexton, sounding especially ... (Funky 45's) read more7-inch, Vinyl record
Two great funk tracks by this excellent Chicago group! They both have a nice hard sound – with good isolated drumbeats, and a hard heavy downbeat that keeps things kicking! "Mississippi Cutback" begins with blaring horns, which then drop out into a jangling old school mixture of ... (Funky 45's) read more7-inch, Vinyl record