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Feel My Love

LP (Item 3414) Salsoul, 1983 — Condition: Used
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An obscure second set from the man who gave the world "Bounce Rock Skate Roll" – but a great one too! The album's got Vaughan Mason paired with Butch Dayo, in a way that brings a nice sort of back/forth feel to his usual roller skating groove – with results that are even more partyful than the first time around! The pair have a great sort of street soul energy to their groove – not really breakdance or electro, but not that far off – and served up with a much deeper soul conception than you'd usually find in this sort of project! We'd even go so far as to note a bit of hip hop influence in the music – even though the overall approach is definitely clubby soul – and titles include the great "Party on the Corner", plus "Rollalong Songs", "Feel My Love", and "You Can Do It". (NOTE: Vinyl is clean but has heat damage with skipping on most on the first track on both sides & some cartridge wobbling throughout. Cover has a large name in marker on the front, some pen, a cutout notch, & some marker on the back. Labels have pen.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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