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✨✧ George SemperGot To Find A Way To Make Some Money/The Weight (inst) ... 7-inch
Dynamite Cuts (UK), 1972. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Two rare cuts from George Semper – a cat that some folks know as a funky organist, but who also produced a fair bit of hip soul as well! "Got To Find A Way" is from the rare Inner City Review album – and has these full, righteous vocals soaring to the skies – almost Staple Singers, but with a more secular message – as the bold rhythms get some nice organ lines from George! There's plenty more organ on "The Weight" – not the big hit, but an unreleased gem that follows the same groove as the a-side, but with a much deeper instrumental vibe! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ George Semper & OthersInner City Review ... LP
Inner City/ARC (UK), Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rare west coast funk, soul, and funky soul – all from the vaults of George Semper – an artist that most folks know from a classic organ jazz record in the 60s, but also a backroom figure behind a range of great soul records on the Cali scene of the 70s! This set is a rare collection of George's hippest productions from the time – material that was either issued as rare singles, or only showed up on this label anthology, issued in a small pressing – brought together as testament to the groovy genius of George. The set features a few instrumentals issued under George's own name – "Cosmic Funk" and "Got To Find A Way To Make Some Money" – plus more vocal cuts, including "Goodie Goodie Gumdrops" and "Queen For A Day" by Jimmy Hayes, "You're So Good To Me" and "Never In My Life" by The Love Affair, and the cuts "That's The Way It Is", "Let's Live and Let's Live", and "Never In My Life" by Lewis Flournoy. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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VariousInner City Review ... CD
ARC (UK), New Copy (reissue)... About July 5, 2020 (delayed)
A deep dive into the early 70s Bay Area funk and soul genius of songwriter and session heavy George Semper – and an uber-rare private press compilation with vocals by Lewis Flourney, Jimmy Hayes and groups The Love Affair & The George Semper Orchestra – reissued by Gilles Peterson's ARC Records! It's one funky soul treasure after another that covers a lot of terrain in a relatively compact presentation, from schoolyard funk to wah wah guitar laced cosmic soul. Titles include "Goodie Goodie Gumdrops" & "Queen For A Day" vocals by Jimmy Hayes, "You're So Good To Me" and "Never In My Life" by The Love Affair, "That's The Way It Is", "Let's Live and Let's Live" and "Never In My Life" by Lewis Flournoy and "Got To Find A Way To Make Some Money" and "Cosmic Funk" by The George Semper Orchestra. CD

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✨✧ VariousFunky Jams 6 ... LP
Hubbub (UK), 1970s. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great entry in this important series of rare groove gems! Titles include "151 Rome Proof" by Lee Taylor & Soul Twisters, "Slums of the City" by New Establishment, "Summertime" by One G Plus 3, "Who Got De Funk" by Andrew White, "Boogie Butt" by Skylite, "Let's Get One" by The Imperialites, "Perfect Circle" by Perfect Circle, and "Evil Ways" by the Village Callers – plus a rare George Semper track, "Syncopation"! LP, Vinyl record album
(Mid 90s issue.)

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✨✧ VariousFunky Jams 7 ... LP
Hubbub (UK), 1995. Very Good+ ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Titles include Kellee Patterson "If It Don't Fit Don't Force It", Funk Proof "Funky Jam", In One Peace "It's Insane", Wee Willie & B Clark "There She Blows", Murray McKay "Don't Let The Pusher Push You", Village Callers "Hector", Perfect Circle "For Your Funkification", Juggy Murray "Built For Speed", Sister Gail Anderson "You're Barking Up The Wrong Tree", Funky Brothers Inc "Cissy Strut", Explosions "Hip Drop", and George Semper & His Kingsmen "Tijuana". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover is stained and wavy on the bottom half. Labels are stained.)
 
 
 



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