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Charles Bradley & The Menahan Street Band —
No Time For Dreaming/Golden Rule ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
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Dunham, 2014. New Copy
A sweet funky number from Charles Bradley – done in duet with Larose Jackson, and with almost a deeper feel than some of Bradley's other work! The vocals move with the rhythms in this great way – less harmonies than each singer at the same time, then breaking out into their own verses ...
Daptone, 2004. New Copy
Sharon's got her political agenda straight on this one – working with heavy heavy backings from the Dap-Kings on a hip message-oriented cut that ranks with the best of the early 70s! The groove's overflowing with tight wah wah guitar, topped off by some nice chromatic Willie Hutch-like work ...
Daptone, 2012. New Copy (pic cover)
A sweet little single from Menahan Street Band! "Lights Out" has this slow funk brilliance that's almost lifted off a rare 70s soundtrack – beats that are hard, but mellow too – topped by these snakey horns that really bring in a blue sort of feel to the music – almost ...
BGP (UK), Early 70s. New Copy
2 funky sample classics - back to back on one 45! "EVA" is one of the greatest tracks ever by Jean Jacques Perry – a mad mix of snapping beats, spacey moog, and these cool bell tones – sampled famously by Gang Starr, but even funkier straight up in this original mix! "Ta ...
BBE (UK), 2014. New Copy (pic cover)
The horns here grab us even more than the vocals – with this exotic, echoey feel that seems to echo a lost Jamaican kingdom – one that the dreamy vocals bow nicely alongside in the slow dubby groove! The Jstar mix is even cooler – very dubby, with even more great horns!