One of the most enduring albums on the Prelude label, and a great bit of modern soul by James "D-Train" Williams. Hubert Eaves produced the album, and he added lots of tasty electro keyboards to the set, played with his usual jazzy touches and a nice flourish that gives Williams' voice a ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A nice little record – and one you might accidentally pass up because of its inconspicuous look! The cover is black and white, and the name's kind of a throwaway – but the music is great, warm and soulful disco in the best 70s Prelude mode! All tracks were written and produced by ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
LAX ... LP Prelude, 1979. Sealed ...
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As you might guess from their name, LAX hail from the west coast – one of the few groups from that part of the country to record for Prelude, and every bit as great as the club acts from the east! Ralph Benetar handles arrangements and songwriting here – and lead vocals are by Laura ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A surprisingly soulful album for the Prelude label, and a great batch of smooth mellow tracks produced by David Porter in Memphis and Malaco. The record's got some tight harmony vocals, and a rhythmic approach that's more mellow soul than it is uptempo disco – although that doesn't stop the ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Excellent club work by Patrick Adams – with a groove that reminds us a lot of his best work for the P&P label! Adams arranged and produced the record – and the record features some very nice instrumental work on keyboards, vibes, and ARP. Venus Dodson sings vocals on some tracks, ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has a cut corner, light wear, sticker spot, and a small piece of clear tape at the opening.)
Strikers ... LP Prelude, 1981. Very Good+ ...
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Classic album of NY club grooves, including their big hit "Body Music", mixed here by Francois Kevorkian and Larry Levan. Unlike a lot of groups on Prelude, these guys didn't seem to cut a whole lot of singles or LPs, but like a lot of the Prelude stable, this album's filled with catchy ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and an index sticker on the back.)
A pretty darn soulful album of disco tracks from Bobby Thurston – produced with help from Willie Lester, Rodney Brown, and Al Johnson, who also sings in the backup vocal group. The album's got two killer mellow soul cuts – the stretched out slinky groover "I Want Your Body", ... (Soul) read moreCD
A self-titled classic from one of the great white heroes of the mainstream disco years – Theo Vaness' first album for Prelude, a bit poppy at times, but still pretty nice overall! Theo's vocals aren't really anything to write home about, but the overall sound of the record has some nice ... (Soul) read moreLP, Vinyl record album
An obscure 80s groover on Prelude! The record has a choppy funk style, with vocals that might be called "rap", but which are more in that sharp spoken style that you find on some New York slick funk records from the time. Most interesting is that James Mason co-produced and wrote the ... (Soul) read more12-inch, Vinyl record