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One Eye Open

LP (Item 3318) Dynamo, Late 60s — Condition: Near Mint-
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(€15.99 || £12.65 || ¥2355) (approx.)
4.50 11

An excellent bit of party funk – and a real precursor to musical party records of the 70s! Harmon Bethea is the "Mask Man", and he's working here with his Agents – a very popular live act at the time, with a mixture of raunchy grooves and blue humor, ala Doug Clark & The Hot Nuts, but perhaps a bit cleaner. The classic track on this one is "One Eye Open", which has a nice drum part and a great groove – but the whole album's a great set of hard soul numbers that take off in kind of an indie Sam & Dave funky kind of way. Titles include "Love Bandito", "Roaches", "It's The Thing", "In a Crowded Station", and "Wigs". (Original pressing! Vinyl is great – cover has wear in one corner, and a bit of tape around the edges – but very clear tape.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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