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Billy EckstineSenior Soul/If She Walked Into My Life ... CD
Stax/Enterprise, 1972/1974. Used ... $11.99
2 early 70s sessions from Billy Eckstine – both recorded for Stax Records! First up is Senior Soul – a well-titled set not only given Billy's age, but also because of the surprisingly soulful undercurrent to the record – an extension into the genre even greater than Eckstine's previous recordings for Motown – and proof that he was really trying to stretch out towards new audiences at the time! Artie Butler handled the backings, and he uses a groove that's pretty full, but never overwhelming – more ebullient soul than some of Eckstine's more familiar jazz – with backing vocals and bright horns, yet still plenty of space for Billy to do his thing. The best numbers have Eckstine coming across with the 70s cool of Grady Tate on his vocal sides – and titles include "Thank You For The Moment", "A Song For You", "A Man Who Sings", "Today Was Tomorrow Yesterday", "I Believe In Music", and "Living Like A Gypsy". If She Walked Into My Life is extremely compelling stuff – and you've really got to give Billy credit for reinventing himself like this! The album features Billy's deep deep voice amidst arrangements by Artie Butler, Jimmy Jones, Mike Melvoin, and Billy Byers – sort of a blend of Grady Tate sophisti-jazz, and Scott Walker baroque, with a moody mellow sound that would make either of them proud. Titles include "The Taste Of My Tears", "I Am Yours", "Maybe This Time", "The Very Thought Of You", and "All In Love Is Fair". CD
(Out of print.)

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Isaac HayesBlack Moses ... CD
Enterprise/Stax, 1971. Used 2 CDs ... $10.99
Baroquely beautiful work from the Stax soul master – one of Isaac Hayes' heaviest albums of the 70s – and a record so massive, they needed 2LPs to contain the whole thing! The record's a culmination of the rich, full style of soulful arranging that Hayes had pioneered in his early solo work at Stax – a sound that's incredibly rich, filled with added voices and instrumentation, but totally dominated by Ike in a powerful, masculine approach to soul. Some tunes are familiar – like the album's versions of "Never Can Say Goodbye", "Close To You", "Going In Circles", "Never Gonna Give You Up", and "Need To Belong To Someone" – but they're all completely transformed here by Hayes with a bad-rapping, personal mode that's totally great. Album also features some great "Ike's Rap" cuts too! CD
(Out of print.)
Also available Black Moses ... LP 18.99

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Isaac HayesBlack Moses ... LP
Enterprise, 1971. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... $18.99
Baroquely beautiful work from the Stax soul master – one of Isaac Hayes' heaviest albums of the 70s – and a record so massive, they needed 2LPs to contain the whole thing! The record's a culmination of the rich, full style of soulful arranging that Hayes had pioneered in his early solo work at Stax – a sound that's incredibly rich, filled with added voices and instrumentation, but totally dominated by Ike in a powerful, masculine approach to soul. Some tunes are familiar – like the album's versions of "Never Can Say Goodbye", "Close To You", "Going In Circles", "Never Gonna Give You Up", and "Need To Belong To Someone" – but they're all completely transformed here by Hayes with a bad-rapping, personal mode that's totally great. Album also features some great "Ike's Rap" cuts too! LP, Vinyl record album
(In the fold-out cover, with some peeling in one corner.)
Also available Black Moses ... CD 10.99

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✨✧ Isaac HayesHot Buttered Soul ... LP
Enterprise, 1969. Very Good ... Just Sold Out!
Amazing stuff from Isaac Hayes! Although Ike had first appeared on LP with the album "Introducing", this was the first record to really expose his true soul genius – and it was also the first release on Ike's successful sub-label at Stax, Enterprise Records. The record shows that for all the years Ike was working away on other folks' songs for Stax, he was carefully cooking up his own style of soul that would forever change the way we think about the music. Back in 1969, the album must have blown more than a few minds for its incredibly baroque approach to soul music – taking common elements like strings, piano, and funky rhythms, and stretching them out into long waves of sound that cycle over and over, working a sly subtle magic along with Ike's super-sexy vocals, and his monologue-heavy approach to popular tunes. The album features incredible remakes of pop hits "Walk On By" and "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" – both of which run for over 10 minutes, and which completely transform the songs into something way more than simple radio fodder. Also features the psychedelic soul masterpiece "Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic", which has this crazy funky piano, and a messed-up sound that would make even George Clinton weep! LP, Vinyl record album
(Black label pressing. Cover has a sticker in the top left.)

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Isaac HayesIsaac Hayes Movement ... LP
Enterprise, 1970. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $8.99
Stellar soul from Isaac Hayes – just the sort of overblown masterpiece that made his early solo work on Stax Records so great! The record features only 4 long tracks – all of which go on in that slow-building style that Ike forged at the time – a mode that takes a few simple musical elements, slowly adds more instrumentation, then builds the whole thing up subtly and slyly while Hayes is talking rapturously over the top! There's a feel here that's nicely dramatic, but never in a kitschy, cloying way – a new statement of male soul masculinity, just right for the sophistication of the 70s. Titles include Ike's 12 minute covers of "Something" and "I Stand Accused", plus "One Big Unhappy Family", and "I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself". LP, Vinyl record album

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Isaac HayesLive At The Sahara Tahoe ... LP
Enterprise, 1973. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... $3.99
A stunning live example of Ike's amazing baroque soul for Stax! Despite the schmaltz that you might expect from a live set recorded at Lake Tahoe, the album's a beautiful batch of long tracks with a very similar feel to Ike's other Stax work at the time – and it really gives you an excellent chance to hear how he could create these tiny little masterpieces even in a live setting, without any sort of studio trickery. Titles include "Do Your Thing", "Theme From The Men", "Look Of Love", "Theme From Shaft", "Ike's Rap V", "Windows Of The World", "Ain't No Sunshine", and "Type Thang". 2 LPs – in a cool die-cut cover! LP, Vinyl record album
(In the original die-cut cover, including the heavy inner sleeves. PLEASE NOTE – die-cut door and a portion of the front cover has been peeled off.)

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Isaac HayesShaft ... LP
Enterprise, 1971. Very Good- 2LP Gatefold ... $5.99
A landmark album that hardly needs any introduction – as it's one of the most famous soundtracks, if not soul records, of the 70s! Isaac Hayes had already surprised music fans with the sophistication of his first few solo albums, which had been issued before this one – but with Shaft, he did the inconceivable, as the album was one of the first times a pop musician had scored, not just sung on, an entire soundtrack. Plus, the soundtrack's super-huge – running as a double-length batch of tracks that was a rarity for the often-slim soundtrack market. Includes many great funky numbers – both vocal and instrumental – including "Theme from Shaft", "Cafe Regio's", "Walk from Regio's", "Bumpy's Lament", and "Do Your Thing", in the nice 19 minute long version! LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has some marker.)
Also available Shaft ... CD 2.99

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Isaac HayesTo Be Continued ... LP
Enterprise, 1970. Very Good ... $4.99
One of Isaac Hayes early 70s classics for Stax Records – a perfectly conceived masterpiece of baroque soul that builds and builds as the set goes on! Ike heads up the instrumentation on electric piano, vibes, and plenty of percussion – but he's also getting strong support here from the Memphis Symphony Orchestra – who bring in a cool sort of depth to the record, and almost make it come off like some badass blacksploitation soundtrack! But the difference here is that the tracks are all long and drawn out – quite sophisticated stuff that often has Hayes extrapolating from a few basic lyrics, and moving into some bad-rapping territory of his own. Titles include the killer funky "Ike's Mood I", plus an incredible long version of "The Look Of Love", done in such a way that transforms the song into a prayer of darkness! Other tracks include "You've Lost That Lovin Feeling", "Runnin Out Of Fools", and "Our Day Will Come". LP, Vinyl record album

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Barbara LewisAsk The Lonely/Why Did It Take You So Long ... 7-inch
Enterprise, 1970. Near Mint- ... $29.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record

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Little SonnyBlack & Blue ... LP
Enterprise, Early 70s. Very Good ... $6.99
Tasty batch of funky blues tracks from Sonny – an artist who we normally don't like that much, but who sounds very sweet here, thanks to tight arrangements by The Bar-Kays, who back him up on the session! The record is a great mix of funky blues and Memphis soul – and includes the massive funky breakbeat track "Memphis B-K", plus "You Got A Good Thing", "They Want Money", and "Hung Up". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout hole, some wear, and a sticker spot.)

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David PorterInto A Real Thing ... LP
Enterprise, 1970. Very Good Gatefold ... $9.99
A definite real thing from the mighty David Porter – one of his killer solo albums for Stax Records, after splitting his partnership with Isaac Hayes at the end of the 60s – and a record that really matches some of Ike's classic solo sets for sheer ambition and power! Porter's approach is a bit more earthy – almost some deeper soul currents in the music, set alongside fuller arrangements that bring in some gentle funk currents at the bottom, and a complicated instrumental approach that still stays plenty soulful, while stunning us with a level of complexity. Like Hayes, Porter talks a bit along with his vocals – and Ike helps out on one track, but clearly lets David give the album most of his own flavor. Titles include a long version of "Hang On Sloopy", one that goes on for over 11 minutes, and with a soul sound that's very different than the original – and other tracks include "I Don't Wanna Cry", "Ooo Wee Girl", "Thirty Days", "Grocery Man", and "Too Real To Live A Lie". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and sticker spots.)

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Raulin RosendoControlate! ... CD
Latin Music Enterprise, 1997. Used ... $6.99
... CD
(Out of print.)

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Raulin RosendoDominicano Para El Mundo ... CD
Latin Music Enterprise, 1996. Used ... $4.99
... CD

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✨✧ Isaac HayesJoy ... LP
Enterprise, 1973. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the funkiest Isaac Hayes albums for Stax – thanks mostly to the extended title cut! The tune "Joy" is a monster – running for nearly 16 minutes long, and starting with a killer drum break on the intro – then full, proud, bad-stepping Isaac Hayes grooves throughout! It's hard to believe that a track that runs so long could be such a delight – but the whole thing's a joyous as the title might imply! Other tracks are pretty darn great too – and include the slightly shorter "I Love You That's All", "A Man Will Be A Man", and "The Feeling Keeps On Coming" – plus the 11 minute "I'm Gonna Make It Without You". All tracks originals by Isaac, with stone backings by The Movement, and some super-dope use of strings and horns! LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Invisible Man's BandReally Wanna See You (with bonus track) ... CD
Boardwalk/FTG, 1981. Used ... $14.99
A great later effort from the 5 Stairsteps family – a later offshoot of the initial enterprise, still working here under the production helm of father Clarence Burke! Keni Burke's a member of the group, and the work here has a very similar groove to his own RCA material of the time – offset with some warmer elements that also echo the previous Stairsteps records on Warner, especially given that a number of the cuts have group vocals. Keni's bass does a nice job of kicking in the grooves, and the album's got a nicely warm sound for the time – almost more late 70s group funk than early 80s boogie. Titles include the sweet harmony track called "Along The Way" – plus "Party Time", "Circles", "Rated X", "Really Wanna See You", and "Same Thing". CD also features bonus track "Rated X (edited version)". CD
(Out of print.)

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O'JaysFamily Reunion ... CD
Philadelphia International, 1975. Used ... $4.99
A great sense of righteousness and groove – the key mix that made the O'Jays so great back in the day – and which really helped put the Philly International enterprise on the map! The album's miles from the group's simple harmony soul roots – even though those were pretty darn great – and it blends together soaring backings with a sweet Gamble/Huff finish, and really makes some magic in the way the whole thing comes off. Titles include the great mellow ballad "Stairway To Heaven", the party groovers "Livin For The Weekend" and "I Love Music" – and the cuts "Unity", "You & Me", and "She's Only A Woman". CD

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Shuggie OtisShuggie's Boogie – Shuggie Otis Plays The Blues ... CD
Columbia/Legacy, 1969. Used ... $2.99
A look at the earliest solo work by Shuggie Otis – tracks cut at a time when he was stepping out of the shadows of his father Johnny, and recording for Columbia both as an emerging star on his own, and as one of the best elements of the larger Otis Show enterprise! The tracks here focus a bit more on Shuggie's bluesier side – as you might guess from the title – but there's also some nascent funk elements in the mix too, and overall most of this work is a lot more tripped-out and hip than any of the bar band blues that was hitting the college scene of the time. CD features 12 tracks in all – including "The Hawks", "Gospel Groove", "Cold Shot", "Me & My Woman", "I Can Stand To See You Die", "I Got The Walkin Blues", "Shuggie's Boogie", "12:15 Slow Goonbash Blues", "Sweet Thang", and "Bootie Cooler". CD

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Luba RaushiekLuba – Chi Jazz ... LP
Erect, 1981. Very Good+ ... $0.99
An obscure bit of Chicago jazz – featuring vocalist Luba Raushiek, kind of a self-styled spiritualist, with an approach that hits both traditional modes, and more far-out soulful ones – running through styles that range from Leon Thomas to Billy Eckstine, as was typical for a small club vocalist like this. The record's not great – but it's a valuable bit of Chicago jazz, as Raushiek did sing in quite a few of the city's clubs in the 70s and 80s, and he's helped here by players like John Young, Ari Brown, and Von Freeman. Titles include "Impressions", "Well You Needn't", "Enterprise", and "Love Makes The World Go Round". LP, Vinyl record album

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Salloom SinclairSaloom Sinclair (LP sleeve edition) ... CD
Cadet/Big Pink (Korea), 1969. New Copy ... $9.99
The second great album from the duo of Roger Salloom and Robin Sinclair – issued by Chess Records like the first one, but much more of the kind of album you'd expect to hear coming from the south – on labels like Capricorn, Ardent, or Enterprise! Like some of the best on those, the approach here is a mixture of rock and roots, served up with plenty of soul – recorded down in Tennessee with some great help from Charlie McCoy – whose harmonic and strong basslines really help shape the sound of the record, and who also produced the whole thing too. There's a few currents of psych around the edges, and the mixture of the two singers is great – on titles that include "Violence Blam Blam I'm Sorry", "Lesson At The Delicatessen", "Motorcycle", "One More Try", "I'm Comin Home Again", "Sleep", "Faith Has Been Given", and "Animal". CD

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✨✧ Wu-Tang ClanEnter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) ... LP
Loud/RCA, 1993. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
The classic first LP with Method Man, Ghost Face Killer, Raekwon, Ol' Dirty Bastard, and The Genius. The start of a generation, and of the hip hop enterprise that overshadowed a lot of the mid 90s! 12 tracks, including "Can It All Be So Simple", "Method Man", "Da Mystery Of Chessboxin", "CREAM", "Tearz", "Wu Tang Clan Ain't Nuthin Ta F' Wit", "Protect Ya Neck", "Shame On A Nigga" and "Bring Da Ruckus". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousGive Me Love – Songs Of The Brokenhearted Of Baghdad 1925 to 1929 ... LP
Honest Jons (UK), Late 20s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $20.99
An amazing look at the Iraqi musical scene of the 20s – pulled from a treasure trove of rare work recorded in Baghdad by EMI! The music is hardly what you might expect from any past cliches of Middle Eastern music, or from current portrayals of the city – as most of it has a deeply sentimental feel – the kind of emotions you might expect from the album's title, served up from a wide range of cultural influences – including Kurdish and Hebrew sources. Instrumentation includes percussion, spare violin, and oddly-tuned reed instruments – recorded with a stark, spare quality that further underscores the feelings in the music, even if you can't understand the lyrics. Fortunately, the notes do a great job of helping to that end – providing English translations for some tunes, or brief summaries of others – and also featuring some amazing notes on the history of these recordings – a surprising global enterprise that created this unique legacy. Another amazing gem from Honest Jons – music we'd never have heard otherwise! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Janko NilovicSoul Impressions (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Montparnasse 2000/Underdog (France), 1975. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
One of the funkiest records ever cut by studio jazz genius Janko Nilovic! This set definitely earns the "soul" in the title – as Janko blends his usual mad mix of studio sounds with some heavier 70s elements – including a fair bit of fuzzy guitar, funky beats, and some nice horn fills. About half the tracks on the album benefit from this sort of approach – kind of a cross between blacksploitation soundtrack scoring and the tighter instrumental moods of work by The Duke of Burlington. The other half is more in Janko's usual bag – nicely groovy jazz numbers, some with a slinky 70s edge! Titles include "Hippocampus", "Open Country", "Crazy Enterprise", "Drug Song", "Soul Impressions", "Man Of Genius", "Push Push", and "Family Tree". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Duke Ellington/Benny GoodmanJazz Giants – Polish Radio Jazz Archives ... CD
Polskie Radio (Poland), Late 30s/1940s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An unusual entry in this series from the Polish Radio Jazz Archives – as most of the label's releases feature material recorded by the broadcast enterprise – but this set appears to feature material recorded in the US, mostly issued on 78s! The tracks are well-chosen – and the first half features the Duke Ellington group on eight early 40s recordings – titles that include "Riff Staccato", "Time's A Wastin", "Delta Serenade", "John Hardy's Wife", "Moon Mist", "The Giddy Bug Gallop", and "Bakiff". The second half features 14 more numbers by a variety of Benny Goodman groups – some quartet and sextet sides, some by the larger orchestra – with titles that include "The Lonesome Road", "Ain't Misbehavin", "China Boy", "Just One Of Those Things", "The Varsity Drag", "These Foolish Things", "Blue Interlude", "Bugle Call Rag", "Star Dust", "House Hop", and "Love Me Or Leave Me". CD

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✨✧ VariousStax Singles Vol 4 – Rarities & Best Of The Rest (6CD set) ... CD
Stax/Craft, New Copy 6 CDs ... Out Of Stock
An incredible package – and one that goes way farther, and way deeper than any of the previous volumes of Stax/Volt Records singles! This 4th volume is kind of a correction/addition to territory covered by the previous three – as CDs 1 to 3 of the collection go back to bring together all the wonderful b-sides for the singles that didn't appear on the other packages – really incredible work that's often more amazing than the bigger-name cuts on the a-side – as the tracks are often rougher, rawer, and a fair bit more edgey too! Then, CDs 4 & 5 do a great job of looking at some of the rock and other non-soul material cut by the Stax labels – with a focus on material that came out on the Hip, Enterprise, and Ardent labels – followed by CD 6, which features all the excellent gospel material issued by Stax on the labels Gospel Truth and Chalice. The whole thing's got a hell of a lot of music in one sleek package – 145 tracks on 6CDs, with a big booklet of notes. Artists include Shirley Walton, Linda Lynell, Jeanne & The Darlings, Soul Children, Shack, The Nightingales, John Gary Williams, Hot Sauce, Ilana, Lee Sain, Green Brothers, Prince Conley, The Astors, Gorgeous George, Karen Casey, The Caboose, Clark Sullivan, Chuck Boris, Connie Eaton, Paris Pilot, The Goodees, The Cheques, Poor Little Rich Kids, Lonnie Duvall, Dixie Nightingales, Louise McCord, Rance Allen, Stars Of Virginia, and many more! CD
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Gang Of Four/Futureheads/World Domination Enterprises/Bush TetrasRough Trade Shops – Post Punk 01 ... 12-inch
Mute (UK), Late 70s. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $7.99
Includes "I Found That Essence" by Gang Of Four, "Robot" by The Futureheads, "Asbestos Lead Asbestos" by World Domination Enterprises, and "Too Many Creeps" by Bush Tetras. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Recent UK pressing.)

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VariousHSE Enterprises Presents Rhythm & Blues – John R Glances Back To The 60s ... LP
Sound Stage 7/HSE, Late 60s/Early 70s. Near Mint- 2LP ... $98.99
A very cool 2LP set – one issued in 1976, with a very Bicentennial-styled cover – but featuring rare 60s work from the SSS International and Sound Stage 7 labels – all handled by John Richbourg! Includes work by Brief Encounter, Jackey Beavers, Fenton Robinson, Ella Washington, Ann Sexton, Moody Scott, Valentines, Lattimore Brown, Sam Backer, The Dynamic 7, Alvin Cash, Earl Gaines, The Harmonics, Margie Hendrix, and others. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some very light wear, but this is a great copy.)

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Blossom DearieWinchester In Apple Blossom Time ... LP
Blossom Enterprises, 1977. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $24.99
Wonderful later work by Blossom Dearie – a 2LP set that's filled with wonderful compositions that rank with some of her best tunes! The style of the album is subtle – mostly just spare piano backing behind Blossom's vocals – but the tunes are opened up with that magical vocal approach that's always made Blossom one of the most distinct singers of her time. Original tunes include "Love Is An Elusive Celebration", "Winchester In Apple Blossom Time", "Touch The Hand Of Love", "Sunday Afternoon", and "Sweet Surprise" – and contains versions of "Sammy", "It Amazes Me", "A Wonderful Guy", "Jazz Musician", and "The Wheelers & Dealers". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a small name in pen, some corner wear, and small center splits in the bottom seams.)

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Ghostface Killah & Trife Da God feat Theodore UnitPut It On The Line (CD & DVD) ... CD
Full Clip Media/Starks Enterprises, 2005. Used CD & DVD ... $4.99
A rugged & raw set of tracks from Ghostface & Trife Da God, plus Theodore Unit – and some bonus tracks featuring cameos by some of the Wu Tang, Kool G Rap and Slick Rick! The main album includes some nicely raw tracks that are new to our ears, plus some of Ghost & co's better 12-inch singles of '04 & '05 – including the should-be-a-classic "Milk 'Em". Other tracks include "Cocaine Trafficking" by Ghostface & Trife, "Put It On The Line" by Trife, "Hustle Hard" by Trife, "Event" by Trife, "Out Da Way" by Ghostface & Wigs, "Man Up" by Ghostface, Trife & Sun God, and more! CD Bonus tracks include "Watch" by Ghostface & Raekwon, "Ghost & Giancana" by Ghostface and Kool G Rap and "The Sun" by Ghostface, Slick Rick & Raekwon. CD includes a bonus DVD featuring a Wu and solo classics heavy set of tracks captured live in NYC: "Criminology", "Saturday Night", "Ice Cream" feat Cappadonna, "Nutmeg", "Apollo Kids", "Liquid Swords" by GZA, "Run", "Be Easy" and more. CD
(Out of print.)

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Harley HatcherWild Wheels ... LP
RCA, 1969. Very Good+ ... $5.99
A weird batch of folksy rock tunes – composed and produced by Harley Hatcher for Sidewalk Enterprises, and sounding a lot more like a Sidewalk or Tower soundtrack than something on RCA. The groups are the usual obscurities that would show up on a Mike Curb soundtrack – pictured on the back cover, but still leaving us to wonder if they really existed at all. Tracks include "Holiday Rider" by The Saturday Revue, "Jailer Let Me Go Home" and "A Hurt In My Heart" by Don Epperson, "Playin Hard To Get" by Billie & Blue, and "Wine Women & Song" by Terry Stafford. LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo pressing with deep groove. Cover has a cut corner.)

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✨✧ George Clinton & The P-Funk All StarsFifth Of Funk ... CD
George Clinton Enterprises, 1970s/1993. Used ... Out Of Stock
An excellent compilation of rare and unreleased tracks by George Clinton and the extended P-Funk family and army. All flavors of Motor City space soul and funk get represented here, including a few artists who you might not otherwise associate with Clinton's madcap ass-freeing genius! 14 tracks in all including "Flatman & Bobin" by Parliament, "Can't Get Over Losing You" by Junie Morrison, "Ice Melting In Your Heart" and "Up Up Up & Away" by the Brides Of Funkenstein, "I Didn't Know That Funk Was Loaded" by Lonnie Greene, "Eyes Of A Dreamer" by Jessica Cleaves, "Thumparella" by Ron Ford, "I Found You" by Philippe Wynne, and loads more! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ George Clinton & The P-Funk All StarsPlush Funk – George Clinton's Family Series Vol 3 ... CD
George Clinton Enterprises, 1992. Used ... Out Of Stock
Double LP featuring all of Clinton's side groups and projects. There's cuts here by Sterling Silver Starship, FLO, Brides of Funkenstein, Junie Morisson, Ron Ford, and many more. Plus, it's got an interview with George Clinton entitled "Studio Memories". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Black CatFlower Pot/How Long Before I'm Gone ... 7-inch
Peripheral Enterprises, Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
"Flower Pot" is nice and dark – even more so than the dirt that might have filled it in – with this slow fuzzy guitar riff that takes up most of the groove – which moves stark and slow all the way through! "How Long Before I'm Gone" has a quicker clip – a fast drum break at the start, followed by lots more fuzzy riffing guitar, and even a bit of organ! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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