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Chris Connor & Maynard FergusonDouble Exposure ... LP
Atlantic, 1960. Very Good ... $9.99
One of Chris Connor's standout albums for Atlantic Records – and a session that actually makes us really appreciate the presence of Maynard Ferguson! The album's got a bit more punch than some of Chris' other records for the label, and is a nice shift in mood after a series of sad, dreamy, sometimes sleepy albums of ballads and sadder songs. Chris still manages to get in some rich emotion on the set, but the overall sound is a bit more swinging and upbeat – with a good set of tunes that includes "Summertime", "I Only Have Eyes For You", "That's How It Went All Right", "It Never Entered My Mind", and "Black Coffee". LP, Vinyl record album
( Red & purple label pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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Double ExposureDouble Exposure Anthology (Ten Percent/Fourplay/Locker Room/Singles) ... CD
Salsoul (UK), Late 70s. Used 2CD ... $19.99
Sublime group soul from one of our favorite acts on Salsoul Records – Philly harmony quartet Double Exposure, easily one of the greatest groups to record in the Sigma Sound Studios! Although working on the clubby Salsoul label, Double Exposure have a depth that matches any of the best male soul groups of the 70s – an approach to vocals that's extremely well-crafted, and equally well-suited to mellow tracks as well as uptempo ones. And although the group are best remembered for their big disco singles of the late 70s, this collection also includes all of their great ballads and love songs – the complete set list from the albums Ten Percent, Fourplay, and Locker Room – plus 5 more tracks presented in rare mixes from 12" singles! We'd easily rank the work here with the best on Philadelphia International from the mid 70s – and the collection is a great example of the depth of work recorded by Salsoul at the time! Titles include "Ten Percent", "Everyman", "Baby I Need Your Loving", "Just Can't Say Hello", "Pick Me", "My Love Is Free", "Handy Man", "Falling In Love", "Why Do I Have To Leave", "There's Something Missing", "Perfect Lover", "I Got The Hots", "Ice Cold Love", "Can We Be In Love", "Why Do We Have To Go Our Separate Ways", "Everyman (Joe Claussell 12" rmx)", "My Love Is Free (Frankie Knuckles 12" rmx)", "Ten Percent (MAW 12" medley)", and "My Love Is Free (Tom Moulton 12" mix)". CD
(Out of print. Digipack has some light edge wear.)

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Double ExposureLocker Room ... LP
Salsoul, 1979. Near Mint- ... $4.99
One of the hottest locker rooms in town – thanks to sublime Salsoul grooves from the always-great Double Exposure! The album's got a bouncy groove that's topped by the quartet's wonderfully warm harmonies – easily some of the best from the disco generation, served up in a careful classy style that makes them a perfect heir to some of the initial harmony grooves from the east coast scene of the early 70s! Norman Harris here handles production with associates Bruce Hawes, Ron Kersey, and Ron Baker – all of whom ensure just the right blend of Philly poise and soulful swing – and titles include "Can We Be In Love", "(Where Have You Been) All My Life", "I've Got The Hots For Ya", "I Wish That I Could Make Love To You", and "Why Do We Have To Go Our Separate Ways". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a light crease on one corner.)

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Woody HermanDouble Exposure ... LP
Chess/Cadet, Late 60s. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... $2.99
Forget everything you know about Woody Herman – and enjoy this amazing record! The album compiles sides that Woody recorded at the end of the 60s, when he was working with the Chess/Cadet team on some fantastic funky big band material. Most of the tracks feature arrangements by Richard Evans, the genius behind many of the best Chess soul recordings – and he gives the tracks a funky sound that you'd never expect from Woody Herman. The whole album's a total delight, and we never tire of listening to it – especially the version of "Ponteio", plus "The Hut", "Sex Machine", "Lancaster Gate", "Light My Fire", and a great early version of Donny Hathaway's "Flying Easy"! Hathaway also plays organ on some tracks, too! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and some seam splitting.)

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Ken PeplowskiDouble Exposure ... CD
Concord/Bellaphon, 1988. Used ... $8.99
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✨✧ Double ExposureTen Percent (9:15, 7:07) ... 12-inch
Salsoul, 1976. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A fantastic track that mixed earlier east coast vocal soul with the burgeoning club/disco scene in Philly – not only a great piece of work in the harmony soul style of the 70s, but a massive dancefloor number served up by the godlike Norman Harris! It's offered here in an older Salsoul 12" single – with one 9 minute mix, and one 7 minute mix. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Salsoul sleeve.)

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✨✧ Double ExposureTen Percent/My Love Is Free ... 12-inch
Salsoul/Rams Horn, 1976. Used (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A tremendously soulful single on Salsoul reissuing 2 great tracks, both sweet mid 70s Philly which really works the wonderful harmonies of Double Exposure over the groove! "Ten Percent" is a fantastic track that mixed earlier east coast vocal soul with the burgeoning club/disco scene in Philly – not only a great piece of work in the harmony soul style of the 70s, but a massive dancefloor number served up by the godlike Norman Harris! The b-side "My Love Is Free" is another track that builds and soars with a Ron Kersey arrangement, and still with great harmonies over top! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Rams Horn sleeve.)

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✨✧ Double ExposureYes I'm In Love With You/After All This Time ... 7-inch
Gold Coast, 1981. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A totally great mellow soul track – recorded during the late Curtom years, by a group that may or may not be the same one on Salsoul! "Yes I'm In Love" is a really heavenly little number – a tune that builds and burns with a solidly soulful feel – mature 80s soul at its best, really sent home with the track's incredibly catchy hook! There's a nice stepping rhythm around the middle of the tune – and the flipside's equally nice too! "After All This Time" has much more of a boogie sort of groove – sweeping along in a great post-disco sound, with full arrangements that still keep things soulful enough overall! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Double Exposure/Salsoul OrchestraMy Love Is Free/It Don't Have To Be Funky (To Be A Groove) ... 12-inch
Salsoul, 1976. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
2 excellent bicentennial grooves from Salsoul, both pumped up nicely in the mix by Tom Moulton. Double Exposure's "My Love Is Free" combines equal parts harmony soul with an uplifting mid 70s Philly club vibe, while Salsoul's "It Don't Have To Be Funky To Be A Groove" is a gliding anthemic number whose title might well be the philosophy of the entire Salsoul organization! 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Ken PeplowskiDouble Exposure ... LP
Concord, 1988. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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Also available Double Exposure ... CD 8.99

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✨✧ Nat AdderleyDouble Exposure ... LP
Prestige, 1975. Used ... Out Of Stock
A lost chapter in the David Axelrod/Cannonball Adderley tradition – and one of Nat's best albums from the 70s! Nat's funky trumpet sits nicely in moody arrangements by David Axelrod and Jimmy Jones – and the group features electric piano by George Duke, plus guest playing by Cannonball Adderley, Hal Galper, and Johnny Watson. Includes a few cuts with vocals by Nat, done in a weird funky style that's vaguely similar to Eugene McDaniels. Titles include "Traffic", "Contant 19", "59 Go & Pass", "Quit It", "Watermelon Man", and "Song Of The Valez Diamond", which has some cool electronics! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has heavy edge wear, splitting on the spine, and a promo ink stamp on back.)

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✨✧ Eddie Holman/Double ExposureThis Will Be A Night To Remember/Ten Percent ... 7-inch
Salsoul/Outta Sight (UK), 1976/1977. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A massive comeback from Eddie Holman – best known for his sweet falsetto soul singles at the start of the 70s, but sounding equally great here in a soaring disco mode! "Night To Remember" is an instant classic handled by Ron Baker – sweeping Eddie's vocals on a soaring Sigma wall of strings that make for a surprisingly great match for his sound! "Ten Percent" is the greatest track from Double Exposure – a fantastic tune that mixes earlier east coast vocal soul with the burgeoning club/disco scene in Philly – not only a great piece of work in the harmony soul style of the 70s, but a massive dancefloor number served up by the godlike Norman Harris! 7-inch, Vinyl record
 
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Bruce LaceySpacey Bruce Lacey – Film Music & Improvisations Vol 1 ... LP
Trunk (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy ... $14.99
Weird and wonderful work from the enigmatic Bruce Lacey – a character whose life and ideals are as compelling as his music! This package is really the first to ever do Lacey justice – and it brings together a rich range of electronic explorations and a few more acoustic improvisations as well – all material that really marks Bruce as being on the forefront of experimentation, especially in the years before the 70s Brit electronicians, even Throbbing Gristle! Lacey's music is stark, but has a sense of humanity – often as spacey as the title promises, but never in a careless way – and always filled with subtle shadings and thoughtful passages. Many of the sounds are electronic, but they also have very unusual sources too – and titles include "Music From Everybody's Nobody", "Music From Double Exposure", and "Ancient Forces". Great notes too – really getting at Lacey's enigmatic role in UK music! LP, Vinyl record album

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Hank MobleyComplete Blue Note Hank Mobley Fifties Sessions (6CD set) ... CD
Mosaic/Blue Note, 1950s/1998. Used 6CD ... $89.99
An extraordinary document of Mobley's earliest recordings for the Blue Note label! This box collects some of Mobley's hardest to find recordings and comprises of the LPs Hank Mobley Quartet, Hank Mobley Sextet, Hank Mobley & His All Stars, Hank Mobley Quintet, Hank, Hank Mobley, Curtain Call, Poppin' and Peckin' Time! Whew! If you know any of those albums, you know this is one whopping batch of hard bop that showcases the tenorist's soul jazz roots beautifully. The sidemen hear read like a who's who of the east coast scene of the 50s, with Horace Silver, Art Blakey, Donald Byrd, Lee Morgan, Milt Jackson, Art Farmer, John Jenkins, Sonny Clark, Kenny Dorham, Pepper Adams, Paul Chambers, Wynton Kelly and Philly Joe Jones all making appearances. There's a total of 56 tracks spread out over 6 discs, including titles like "Hank's Prank", 'Walkin' The Fence", "Just Coolin'", "Touch & Go", "Double Whammy", "Barrel Of Funk", "Lower Stratosphere", "Mobley's Musings", "Funk In Deep Freeze", "Wham & They're Off", "Startin' From Scratch", "Hi Groove, Low Feedback", "Double Exposure", "Don't Get Too Hip", "Poppin'", "East Of Brooklyn", "High & Flighty" and "Peckin' Time". CD
(In great shape! CDs still sealed, too!)

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Hank MobleyHank Mobley (Blue Note 1568) ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 1957. New Copy ... $13.99
We put the catalog number in the title of this one because it seemed that Blue Note was putting out too many title-less Hank Mobley albums during the late 50s. Who cares, though? This album's a great batch of hardbop tracks that show Mobley at his finest, and which hardly need a title to hang them together. The group's a sextet, with little-known reed player Curtis Porter on alto and tenor, plus Sonny Clark on piano and Bill Hardman on trumpet. Titles include "Mighty Moe & Joe" and "News" (both written by Porter), plus Mobley's "Double Exposure". Prime hardbop material, and with a great cover that has Mobley looking like an alien behind a microphone! CD

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VariousSalsoul Presents – Philly Soul Flavas – The Soul Sound Of Philadelphia ... CD
Suss'd/Salsoul (UK), 1970s. Used ... $33.99
Massive work from the mighty Salsoul label – and a great collection of the company's more soul-based records of the 70s! During the later part of the decade, Salsoul was king of the discos – but at the same time, the label was also recording some mellower soul work that was totally great – often overlooked next to the company's bigger dancefloor hits, but on a par with anything that was coming out on the Philly International label at the time! Of course, a good reason for that was the fact that Salsoul was recording heavily at the Gamble & Huff home turf of Sigma Sound Studios – using many of the same players and arrangers for their tunes, and coming up with a sound that ended up taking the Philly groove to a whole new level! There's certainly still a bit of a disco bounce to a few of the cuts on the set, but the grooves aren't always the center focus of the tunes – and the vocals come forward beautifully, especially on the sweeter mellow numbers. Titles include "Tired Of Being Your Fool" by Love Committee, "All My Life" by Eddie Holman, "Falling In Love" by Double Exposure, "Love Is Finally Coming My Way" by True Example, "Cry My Eyes Out" by Bunny Sigler, "Here's To You" by Metropolis, "Two Sides To Every Story" by Loleatta Holloway, "I Declare War" by Double Exposure, "Crying" by Instant Funk, "Come On In" by Moment Of Truth, and "I Can Be" by Flashlight. Wonderfully remastered – with 16 tracks in all, and a great set of notes! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousDisco Madness (2LP promo version) ... LP
Salsoul, Late 70s. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
6 of the biggest late 70s singles for the Salsoul label – stretched out to form one hard-grooving LP! Nearly every cut's a super-disco winner, and titles include "My Love Is Free" and "Ten Percent" by Double Exposure, "It's Good For The Soul" and "Magic Bird Of Fire" by Salsoul Orchestra, "Let No Man Put Asunder" by First Choice, and "Catch Me On The Rebound" by Loleatta Holloway. LP, Vinyl record album
(2LP promo version! Cover has a promo stamp and unglued top seam.)

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✨✧ Hank MobleyHank Mobley (Blue Note 1568) ... LP
Blue Note, 1957. Used ... Out Of Stock
We put the catalog number in the title of this one because it seemed that Blue Note was putting out too many title-less Hank Mobley albums during the late 50s. Who cares, though? This album's a great batch of hardbop tracks that show Mobley at his finest, and which hardly need a title to hang them together. The group's a sextet, with little-known reed player Curtis Porter on alto and tenor, plus Sonny Clark on piano and Bill Hardman on trumpet. Titles include "Mighty Moe & Joe" and "News" (both written by Porter), plus Mobley's "Double Exposure". Prime hardbop material, and with a great cover that has Mobley looking like an alien behind a microphone! LP, Vinyl record album
(Super-heavy 200 gram vinyl pressing – from Classic. Heavy cover too!)
Also available Hank Mobley (Blue Note 1568) ... CD 13.99

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✨✧ VariousDisco Madness (plus bonus CD) ... CD
Salsoul/Octave (Japan), 1979. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
A classic set of club tracks from the legendary Salsoul Records – all remixed by the great Walter Gibbons! Gibbons has a really expansive sense of sound – one that not only graces the original version of the album, but which stretches out even more in the 2CD expanded version – which features a massive 21 tracks in all! Nearly every cut's a super-disco winner, and titles include Gibbons mixes of "My Love Is Free" and "Ten Percent" by Double Exposure, "It's Good For The Soul" and "Magic Bird Of Fire" by Salsoul Orchestra, "Let No Man Put Asunder" by First Choice, "Catch Me On The Rebound" by Loleatta Holloway, "Moon Maiden" by Luv You Madly Orchestra, "Nice & Naasty" by Salsoul Orchestra, "Dance With Me" by Cellophane, "Law & Order" by Love Committee, "Block Party" by Anthony White, "Stand By Your Man" by Robin Hooker Band, and "Love Is Finally Coming My Way" by True Excitement. CD
 
 
 



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