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Rasheed ChappellFirst Brick ... CD
Kay Dee, 2019. New Copy ... $12.99 14.98
Rasheed Campbell's a hell of an MC – one who pulls no punches at all when tying together his environment and the way it's shaped his outlook on life – and he works here with the mighty Kenny Dope, who produced and mixed the whole record – and really gives it a massive kick right from the start! Kenny brings massively heavy drums to most tracks – of the sort he's been remixing on vintage funk records for the past decade or so – while Rasheed spins out the rhymes, mostly on his own, but with occasional help from Daniel Son, Crimeapple, OC, and Recognize Ali. Titles include "First Brick", "Shorty Rock (part 1)", "Aiding & Abetting", "Franchise", "101", "Banana King On Broadway", and "My Epic". CD

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✨✧ Rasheed ChappellFirst Brick ... LP
Kay Dee, 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rasheed Campbell's a hell of an MC – one who pulls no punches at all when tying together his environment and the way it's shaped his outlook on life – and he works here with the mighty Kenny Dope, who produced and mixed the whole record – and really gives it a massive kick right from the start! Kenny brings massively heavy drums to most tracks – of the sort he's been remixing on vintage funk records for the past decade or so – while Rasheed spins out the rhymes, mostly on his own, but with occasional help from Daniel Son, Crimeapple, OC, and Recognize Ali. Titles include "First Brick", "Shorty Rock (part 1)", "Aiding & Abetting", "Franchise", "101", "Banana King On Broadway", and "My Epic". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available First Brick ... CD 12.99

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Roger Webb, Pete Moore, & OthersHustlers – Dramatic Music From The Chappell Library 1970 to 1977 ... CD
Chappell/Vocalion (UK), 1970s. New Copy ... $18.99
Dramatic music, but pretty darn groovy music as well – served up here in a set of work from the under-reissued Chappell sound library in the UK! The work here is full of jazzy currents, but often set to tight larger arrangements that have all the best appeal of the sorts of soundtrack material you'd get in 70s TV work – really appealing themes mixed with sharper action moments – served up in this wonderful blend of acoustic and electric instrumentation that easily rivals the best soundtrack material from the time by folks like Lalo Schifrin or Henry Mancini! We'd not heard most of these tunes before, and every one's a winner – in a set list of 23 tracks that include "Sky Diver" by Lee Mason, "The Bright Lights" by Roger Webb, "Countdown" by Cy Payne, "Magazine" by Jack Arel, "Rainbow Bridge" by Roger Webb, "The Sun Seekers" by James Clarke, "Top Gear" by Lee Mason, "Black Fire" by Cy Payne, "Downtown Incident" by Roger Webb, "Black Shadow" by Pete Moore, "Breakaway" by Tony Osborne, and "The Hustlers" by Roger Webb. CD
 
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Ronnie FosterLive At Montreux ... CD
Blue Note (Japan), 1973. Used ... $12.99
A really amazing album from keyboardist Ronnie Foster – one of his hippest of the 70s, and even quite different from his other work for Blue Note! The album features Foster on organ, in a really open, fluid live setting – working on these stretched-out tracks with a small combo – all in ways that are as completely sublime as his Two-Headed Freap album – yet with a very different groove! The sounds from Foster's fingers are amazing – spacey and soulful, yet with this cosmic sort of beauty – soaring to the skies with Larry Young-ish energy at points, but kicking back with a gentle groove at others. The trio features work by Greg Miller on guitar and Marvin Chappell on drums – and titles include an incredible take on Seals & Crofts' "East Of Ginger Trees" – plus the cuts "Chunky", "Boogie Juice", and "Sameness". CD
(Out of print, includes obi.)
Also available Live At Montreux ... LP 19.99

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Ronnie FosterLive At Montreux ... LP
Blue Note, 1973. Very Good ... $19.99
A really amazing album from keyboardist Ronnie Foster – one of his hippest of the 70s, and even quite different from his other work for Blue Note! The album features Foster on organ, in a really open, fluid live setting – working on these stretched-out tracks with a small combo – all in ways that are as completely sublime as his Two-Headed Freap album – yet with a very different groove! The sounds from Foster's fingers are amazing – spacey and soulful, yet with this cosmic sort of beauty – soaring to the skies with Larry Young-ish energy at points, but kicking back with a gentle groove at others. The trio features work by Greg Miller on guitar and Marvin Chappell on drums – and titles include an incredible take on Seals & Crofts' "East Of Ginger Trees" – plus the cuts "Chunky", "Boogie Juice", and "Sameness". LP, Vinyl record album
(US pressing. Cover has some splitting in the top seam.)
Also available Live At Montreux ... CD 12.99
 
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✨✧ Run-DMCIt's Tricky (club, uptempo, voc, scratchappella, reprise)/Proud To Be Black ... 12-inch
Profile, 1987. Very Good+ (pic cover)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ VariousHood Dreams Vol 3 – Only When You're Lonely – Sweet Soul Grinders & Tearjerkers ... CD
FTR, Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Beautiful late night soul from the Hood Dreams series – a set of tracks that are way way better than the shabby cover might imply! The sound here is really tremendous – moody, laidback soul from the late 60s and early 70s – in a smoky, low-burning style that's mellow, but never wimpy! The set features a total of 19 tracks that include a huge amount of singles by obscure 60s artists, plus a few choice bits by more famous acts, working here in lesser-known numbers. Titles include "Till You Come Back To Me" by Lee Williams & The Cymbals, "Only When You're Lonely" by Holly Maxwell, "I'm Hip To You" by Jelly Beans, "This Is Goodbye" by The Ringleaders, "It'll Never Be Over For Me" by Baby Washington, "I'd Rather Go Blind" by Etta James, "Why Can't I Stop" by The Esquires, "You're Acting Kind Of Strange" by The Chappells, and "Don't Be Afraid To Love Me" by The Commands. CD
(Note: CD appears to have been mastered from vinyl sources – and although printed professionally, it's a bit low-budget in terms of the packaging. CD may not play well on all players. Out of print.)
 
 
 



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