What can you say about this one? One of the classics, and still great to hear. (Hip Hop) 12-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Sugar Hill sleeve.)
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five —
Message ... LP Sugar Hill, 1982. Used ...
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Sweet LP of the Furious Five backed by the classic Doug Wimbish, Keith Leblanc and Skip McDonald band that you know so well from other Sugar Hill recordings from the period. Includes the timeless "The Message", as well as "Scorpio", "It's Nasty", "She's ... (Hip Hop) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Jack McDuff —
Kisses ... LP Sugar Hill, 1980. Very Good ...
Sure, it's not McDuff's funkiest record – but this is an excellent batch of smooth soulful tunes that show that McDuff was perfect in just about any setting! The core group on the set is Jack's Heatin' System ensemble – with Joe Farrell on saxes and Phil Upchurch on guitar – but ... (Jazz) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Follow up the Grandmaster Flash classic. The best version here is the instrumental. A dope early 80's electro/breakdance track. The Melle Mel verses are nice enough, but the Duke Bootee lyrics are not quite up to the original. (Hip Hop) 12-inch, Vinyl record
Great lost funky soul material from one of the few non-rap acts on Sugarhill. The group maintain a very strong jazzy club sound – with a bit of a Wayne Henderson/At Home groove, and a nice polished finish. Some tracks even have a strong positive vibe, and the kind of righteous mellow soul ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Another old school party track that starts out sounding like Grandmaster Flash's "Birthday Party" and then moves into Roger-style vocoders trading lines with a female chorus. (Hip Hop) 12-inch, Vinyl record