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MutinyNight Out With The Boys ... LP
Tidal Waves, Early 80s. New Copy (reissue)... About April 2, 2021
A fantastic little record from Jerome Brailey and Mutiny – a set cut after their 2 famous albums for Columbia, but arguably even better! The groove here is still heavy on the P-Funk of Brailey's roots, but is delivered in a way that's even more stripped down, and almost with less cliche than before – a sound that's heavy on the bass and guitar in the instrumentation, and which has a decidedly darker feel. Guitar is produced with a cool compressed quality that often makes it sound quite sinister – and the vocals are locked tightly into the mix, with none of the sometimes-silly qualities that can hurt a P-Funk related project. All tracks are great – super tight without sounding slick – and tracks include "Peanut Butter & Jam", "P Moe", "In The Pocket", "A Night Out With The Boys", "Child Support", "Raise", "Just Want To Know", "Hand Maid", and "And You Know That". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousMusic To Remember From Mutiny On The Bounty ... LP
United Artists, 1962. Very Good ... $0.99
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(Cover has some wear.)
 
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Danny Thompson Trio with John McLaughlinLive In Session 1967 (10 inch LP) ... LP
Hi Hat (UK), 1967. New Copy ... $25.99
A really cool combo with roots in the British mod, jazz, and rock scenes – a lineup that features Danny Thompson on bass, a young John McLaughlin on guitar, and Tony Roberts on tenor, flute, and bass clarinet! The format is great – and an especially strong showcase for Thompson and Roberts – the former of whom often keeps things pulsing and rhythmic, while the latter takes off on these nicely snakey solos that have a nice edge and a surprising current of soul! McLaughlin is often a bit more free in his approach – with tones you'll recognize from his own famous recordings to come, but looser and sometimes more introspective too. Titles include "Stratosfunk", "Mysterianimoso", "Spectrum Plectrum", "Eighty One", "Gotta Go Fishing", and "Mutiny On The Light". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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