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✨✧ Allen Toussaint & OthersWhipped Cream & Other Delights EP (white vinyl pressing) ... 7-inch
Charly (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A really cool little record – one that features four classic slices of New Orleans soul – all handled by the funky genius Allen Toussaint! The title cut is a mighty groovy remake of the Herb Albert tune – done by the obscure group The Stokes – and it's followed by the fantastically romping "Here Come The Girls" by Ernie K Doe! Lee Dorsey follows with his classic "Working In A Coalmine" – and Benny Spellman caps things off with the Northern Soul classic "Fortune Teller". 7-inch, Vinyl record
 
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VariousWhole Burbank Catalog ... LP
Warner, 1972. Very Good+ 2LP Gatefold ... $5.99
One of the coolest Warner compilations from the 70s – with a striking cover, too! A really great range of music that shows the full depth of the label's genius at the time – tracks by T Rex, Captain Beefheart, Halfnelson, Jethro Tull, Malo, Faces, Alice Cooper, Allen Toussaint, Arthur Alexander, Jerry Garcia, Daddy Cool, and others! LP, Vinyl record album
(Beige label pressing.)
 
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✨✧ Allen ToussaintWhat Is Success – The Scepter & Bell Recordings (Toussaint – plus singles) ... CD
Scepter/Kent (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Some of the greatest work ever recorded by Allen Toussaint – his legendary Toussaint album for Scepter (aka Whisper To A Scream) – plus some rare late 60s singles that have never been on CD before! The core album is amazing – Allen Toussaint's first big move as a solo act, and the start of some great fame that would blossom even more strongly in the 70s! This indie effort has a rougher edge than Allen's later albums at Warner Brothers – a sly, wicked slow funk approach that's a real transformation of the older New Orleans groove for a hipper, more contemporary 70s audience. The instrumentation is relatively lean – with lots of nice organ and piano lines alongside slow-stepping and vamping rhythms – and the set was actually recorded in LA, but still has very strong roots in New Orleans! Titles include the classic "From A Whisper To A Scream", plus "Working In A Coal Mine", "Everything I Do Gonna Be Funky", "What Is Success", "Either", "Pickles", and "Louie" – a few of which are hip piano instrumentals! 17 track CD completes the genius of this point in Toussaint's career – by adding in some killer funky singles – including "Get Out Of My Life Woman", "Gotta Travel On", "We The People", "I've Got That Feelin Now", "Tequila", and "Hands Christiananderson". CD

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MetersCabbage Alley ... LP
Reprise, 1972. Very Good+ ... $49.99
A really cool cooker from The Meters – recorded during their post-Josie run for Warner Brothers, but with this tight vibe that still holds all their funky New Orleans roots intact! The sound is a bit more expanded here – not in a commercial way, but just in a style that has the group trying out more things – some interesting rhythms, offbeat guitar passages, and maybe even more of a vocal presence – although it's clearly the drums and basslines that are still driving the whole thing along! Production is by Allen Toussaint and Marshall Sehorn – again in that great style they were hitting at Warner – and titles include "Soul Island", "Flower Song", "Gettin Funkier All the Time", "Do the Dirt", "Cabbage Alley", and "Stay Away" – plus a version of Neil Young's "Birds"! LP, Vinyl record album
(White label stereo promo, includes the Warner/Reprise inner sleeve. Vinyl is slightly heated and plays with faint surface noise at the beginning of each side, nothing too bad. Cover has some ringwear, a few small light stained spots, and a bit of pen.)

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✨✧ MetersCabbage Alley ... LP
Reprise, 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A really cool cooker from The Meters – recorded during their post-Josie run for Warner Brothers, but with this tight vibe that still holds all their funky New Orleans roots intact! The sound is a bit more expanded here – not in a commercial way, but just in a style that has the group trying out more things – some interesting rhythms, offbeat guitar passages, and maybe even more of a vocal presence – although it's clearly the drums and basslines that are still driving the whole thing along! Production is by Allen Toussaint and Marshall Sehorn – again in that great style they were hitting at Warner – and titles include "Soul Island", "Flower Song", "Gettin Funkier All the Time", "Do the Dirt", "Cabbage Alley", and "Stay Away" – plus a version of Neil Young's "Birds"! LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Cabbage Alley ... LP 49.99
 
 
 



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