The first single from Downtown Science (Sam Sever, who later did some singles for MoWax, and Bosco Money) from the period when Def Jam was still taking some risks putting out underground hip hop. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a cutout hole.)
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Purple Image —
Purple Image ... CD Map City/Radioactive (UK), 1970. Used ...
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A key album in the post-Hendrix tradition of funky black rock – and the only album ever recorded by Cleveland's Purple Image! The approach here follows nicely in the same territory worked by Funkadelic and Fugi in the early days – a heady, fuzzed-up blend of trippy guitars, heavy rhythms, and some nice sweeter soul touches – all in a mode that swings nicely between really messed-up tunes, and others with a lighter, more soul-based approach. Side two of the record is dominated by the great jamming track "Marching to a Different Drummer" – easily enough to rival anything on Funkadelic's Free Your Mind album – and other cuts include "Living In the Ghetto", "Why", "Lady", and "We Got To Pull Together". CD