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BrainstoryRipe EP (orange & green splatter vinyl pressing) ... LP
Big Crown, 2021. New Copy ... $18.99 21.98
A sweet funky trio, working here in a sound that's all their own – but getting some great help from Leon Michels on both mixing and flute – which adds a nicely sinister vibe to their sound! The set was recorded during lockdown in 2020, but isn't one of those lonely, solo-styled records – as the group here instead maybe strip themselves down to their core, but sound even funkier in the process – mixing guitar, bass, and drums with added Fender Rhodes and other keyboards, and letting a bit of vocals come into play – but only in ways that feel more like icing on the instrumental cake at the core. Titles include "Long Day", "Seasons", "Scissors", "Rogers", "Bye Bye", and "Vortex". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition – on clear orange & green splatter vinyl!)
 
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VariousDear Sunny (clear orange vinyl pressing) ... LP
Big Crown, 2021. New Copy ... $18.99 22.99
A sweet little tribute to the great Sunny Ozuna – the soulful lead singer of The Sunliners, who were one of the best Texas soul groups back in the 60s! His original tunes virtually invented the concept of brown-eyed soul, and helped bridge communities in the process – and that spirit is definitely holding strong here, in a set of contemporary interpretations of classics cut by Sunny & The Sunliners – all handled in the best Big Crown way! If you know the label, you'll know that they're very tied to sounds of the past – so all the artists here really live up to the spirit of Sunny's music – and show that these overlooked classic cuts are ripe for rediscovery by a whole new generation. Titles include "Smile Now Cry Later" by The Shacks, "Give Me Time" by Liam Bailey, "The One Who's Hurting Is You" by Lee Fields & The Expressions, "My Dream" by 79.5, "Runaway" by Brainstory, "Rain Makes Me Blue" by Paul & The Tall Trees, "Talk To Me" by Lizette & Quevin, "Should I Take You Home" by Bobby Orozona, "Get Down" by Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band, and "If I Could See You Now" by Holy Hive. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)
 
 
 



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