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CD (Item 500057) Tabu, Early/Mid 80s — Condition: Used
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Tabu (UK), 1989. Used
Nothing too raw here, as the set's from late in the great 80s run of the SOS Band – and shows the group very much at the top of their tight powers! There's a bit more beats than the basslines of the early days, but the SOS crew are still plenty darn funky – and pepper the tunes with ... CD
Tabu (Japan), 1980. Used
The seminal first album from the SOS Band – a record that really showcases the new sound of soul for the 80s, yet still holds onto all the best elements of the previous decade too! These guys have a great ear for groovers – well-demonstrated by the play they got on the dancefloor ... CD
Tabu/Finesse (UK), 1982. Used
A surprisingly nice little album by the SOS Band – with better soul vocals than some of their earlier releases, in a way that pushes past the usual slap-bass funk! The best tracks have a sweetly jazzy sound to them – thanks in party to producers Ricky Sylvers and Gene Dozier, who ... CD
Tabu (UK), 1983. Used
General Caine's plenty dangerous here – so much so, they found a way to fuse an electric socket to the midsection of the model on the cover! That joke aside, though, the album's got the same tight approach to funk of the group's previous records – made maybe even tighter here by great ... CD
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Tabu/Sony, 1987. Used
One of the crowning achievements of Alexander O'Neal – a set that uses cool little intro tracks to help structure the standout songs on the set – giving the whole thing a much more well-conceived approach than other mainstream soul albums of the time! Some of the cuts draw from O'Neal's ... CD
Tabu, 1978. Used
A tremendous little album from Brainstorm – funky and clubby at the same time – yet delivered with this righteous energy that few of their contemporaries could ever hope to match! There's a perfect melding of modes going on here that may well rival Earth Wind & Fire at their best ... CD
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Tabu/Right Stuff, 1984. Used
Nothing Fragile here – as Cherrelle comes across with plenty of power on this debut LP – thanks to sharp production from Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis on some of the best cuts, and an overall groove that's right on the best side of early 80s soul! The Jam/Lewis tracks are heavy on ... CD
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Gold City/CBS, 1987. Used
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