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Lialeh

CD (Item 65997) Bryan/Light In The Attic, 1974 — Condition: New Copy
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A lost porno soundtrack from Bernard "Pretty" Purdie – and one of his greatest records ever! The album's amazing – a sweet batch of soulful funk, almost better put together than any of Purdie's more famous albums for Flying Dutchman or Prestige – with a mix of tight drums, sweet electric piano, and even some occasional lead vocals from Sandi Hewitt – who really adds a lot to the record! The album's got some monster funky cuts – the most noteworthy of which is "Hap'nin", a mad break track that really has Bernard going crazy on the drums! Other cuts include "Pass Me Not", "Lialeh", "Touch Me Again", "Conscious", and "Easy". (One of the coolest reissue projects from Light In The Attic – back in print with 16 page page booklet.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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