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Lavon LambethMan & His Awareness ... LP
Vel, 1975. Near Mint- ... $9.99
A strange and wonderful album from Chicago! Billed as the "spoken emotion of loneliness, sorrow, sensuality, and love", the record features spoken musings by poet Lavon Lambeth over piano backings by Vincent Willis. Side one features "Looking At Myself", which has Lambeth speaking as a super-dude who wouldn't be tied down to one woman, and who is now living a shallow life of cheap love. The flipside features "Talking To Her", in which Lambeth describes the ideal woman and what he can offer her. Sort of a Franklin McCormick for the Afro-Sheen crowd of the 70s – if that makes any sense! (Soul, Comedy/Spoken) LP, Vinyl record album

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Rudy Ray MooreRudy Ray Moore Party Album – The Player, The Hustler ... LP
Kent, Early 70s. Near Mint- ... $14.99
Rudy's always been a player – and you'll hear plenty of proof on the raunchy comedy bits on this album! The set's one of Rudy's best from the early years – recorded live before an audience who's clearly very juiced up – and set to occasional music backing, which really helps add to the Superfly feel of the album! As usual, Moore takes on plenty of topics below the belt – and most of the comedy here is quite X-Rated – classic party-style riffs on getting down and getting it on! The record's not for feint of heart – or for minors, either – and Lady Reed also makes a guest appearance on the set as well. Titles include "Right Mind Now", "Them Flies Man", "Thanks For Good P***y", "He's Using My Hand", "Back Up & Get This Load", "Farting Post", and "Pistol Packing Pete". (Soul, Comedy/Spoken) LP, Vinyl record album

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