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One or two small marks that would make an otherwise near perfect record slightly less so.
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Possible minor surface noise when played.
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Billy Preston & Syreeta handled the music for this slightly-lame, kind of strange Gabe Kaplan vehicle from the late 70s. The music is relatively fine, although the album lacks any totally funky moments. Instrumentals include "Books & Basketball", "Half Time", "The ... LP, Vinyl record album
Bouncing bass, snapping rhythms, and plenty of full on groovers from the Reddings trio – a set that has their vocals tightly wrapped around rhythms that are heavy on the boogie and mainstream funk modes of the time! Bass is handled by Dexter Redding, and is pretty upfront in the mix on most ... LP, Vinyl record album
Quite an unusual album for Dionne Warwick – a late 60s effort that has her returning to her gospel roots, and singing with backing from The Drinkard Sisters – a group originally founded by Dionne's mother, and which featured a young Cissy Houston! The sound here isn't as strictly ... LP, Vinyl record album
A stunning collection of work from superproducer Phil Spector – nearly all of his early 60s genius in one set! The box features the individual albums, each in separate covers – The Crystals/The Greatest Hits, Ronettes/The Greatest Hits, Darlene Love/Masters, Righteous Brothers/The ... LP, Vinyl record album
The one and only album ever cut by The Winstons – an obscure mixed-race soul combo who had roots in Otis Redding's touring band, and who hit big with a soul Grammy in 1969 for the title track to this one, "Color Him Father". The cut's an amazing document of its time, a sweet little ... LP, Vinyl record album
Pedicin was a studio player at Philly – with a sweeping saxophone sound that showed up in more than a few good licks on the label's big hits. This album's one of two that he cut as a headliner, and it's sort of a smooth jazz affair, with touches of instrumental Philly. The record's not ... LP, Vinyl record album
A great batch of raw soul groovers – with a shouting R&B feel that's totally great! You probably know The Rivingtons for their classic "Papa Oom Mow Mow", one of the strangest vocal group cuts of all time – and one of those oldies we never tire of hearing! The album's ... LP, Vinyl record album
A classic live album – with titles that include "You Turn Me On I'm A Radio", "Big Yellow Taxi", "Blue", "Woman Of Heart & Mind", "Both Sides Now", "Real Good For Free", "Jericho", and 'Chircle Game". LP, Vinyl record album