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Rasputin StashDevil Made Me Do It ... CD
Gemigo/BBQ (Japan), 1974. New Copy ... $26.99
A fantastic second album from Rasputin Stash – a group who started out on Atlantic Records as a big ensemble with a pretty freaky, fuzzy sound – but one who emerge here with a sweet mix of funk and soul that's perfect for their placement on this mid-70s offshoot of Curtom Records! The quartet have a reach that they never had before – able to unite their voices and soar with harmonic brilliance that rivals the best of their labelmates – the Impressions or Natural Four – always with the kind of badass currents that both of those groups picked up in the 70s! Yet they can also get a lot funkier, too – picking up some of the best currents from the Curtis Mayfield side of the spectrum, but fusing them into a leaner small group mode – heard to wonderfully effect on the classic "Devil Made Me Do It", and the killer JB's-ish track "Hit It and Pass It". The whole album's wonderful, though – and titles include "I Can Feel Your Jones", "Ooh Baby", and "The Devil Made Me Do It". CD
Also available Devil Made Me Do It ... LP 14.99

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Rasputin StashDevil Made Me Do It ... LP
Gemigo, 1974. Very Good ... $14.99
A fantastic second album from Rasputin Stash – a group who started out on Atlantic Records as a big ensemble with a pretty freaky, fuzzy sound – but one who emerge here with a sweet mix of funk and soul that's perfect for their placement on this mid-70s offshoot of Curtom Records! The quartet have a reach that they never had before – able to unite their voices and soar with harmonic brilliance that rivals the best of their labelmates – the Impressions or Natural Four – always with the kind of badass currents that both of those groups picked up in the 70s! Yet they can also get a lot funkier, too – picking up some of the best currents from the Curtis Mayfield side of the spectrum, but fusing them into a leaner small group mode – heard to wonderfully effect on the classic "Devil Made Me Do It", and the killer JB's-ish track "Hit It and Pass It". The whole album's wonderful, though – and titles include "I Can Feel Your Jones", "Ooh Baby", and "The Devil Made Me Do It". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has moderate wear along the bottom.)
Also available Devil Made Me Do It ... CD 26.99

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Rasputin StashMake Up Your Mind/You Are My Everything ... 7-inch
Family Groove, 1976. New Copy ... $6.99
Two never-issued tracks by Chicago funk legends Rasputin Stash – both of them totally great! "Make Up Your Mind" has this slow funk groove that's wonderful – totally badass, totally Curtom – with a start that takes its time getting to the vocals – which themselves have this wicked mix of strong lead and great harmonies – and all the instrumental complexity we've always loved from the group! "You Are Everything" is wonderful too – a real "cut above" funky soul tune – with so much greatness going on, and a funky platform for a very sweet message! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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Rasputin's StashStash (2019 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Family Groove, 1976. New Copy ... $25.99
Never-heard music from the legendary Rasputin's Stash – a funk group who recorded famously on Atlantic and Curtom in the early 70s, then created this gem of an album that appears here for the first time ever! The quality of the work is fantastic, and even seems better than their Curtom album – as they're still as gritty and funk as before, but have this more complex sense of interplay – both in their instrumentation, and in their vocals, which are filled with all these cool harmonic twists and turns – as if The Notations had teamed up with Curtis Mayfield, to create one of the greatest Chicago funk albums of all time! The group produced the whole thing themselves – and although this one never made it to the history book, it's going right to the top of our list of 70s funk classics. Titles include "Make Up Your Mind", "Tarantula", "Children Of The Lord", "Cool When You Don't Know It", "Paradise", "You've Got To Face It", and "TLC". LP, Vinyl record album
(Individually numbered limited edition of 1000!)
Also available Stash (with bonus tracks) (2019 Record Store Day Release) ... CD 10.99

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Rasputin's StashStash (with bonus tracks) (2019 Record Store Day Release) ... CD
Family Groove, 1976. New Copy ... $10.99
Never-heard music from the legendary Rasputin's Stash – a funk group who recorded famously on Atlantic and Curtom in the early 70s, then created this gem of an album that appears here for the first time ever! The quality of the work is fantastic, and even seems better than their Curtom album – as they're still as gritty and funk as before, but have this more complex sense of interplay – both in their instrumentation, and in their vocals, which are filled with all these cool harmonic twists and turns – as if The Notations had teamed up with Curtis Mayfield, to create one of the greatest Chicago funk albums of all time! The group produced the whole thing themselves – and although this one never made it to the history book, it's going right to the top of our list of 70s funk classics. Titles include "Make Up Your Mind", "Tarantula", "Children Of The Lord", "Cool When You Don't Know It", "Paradise", "You've Got To Face It", and "TLC". CD features bonus tracks "Sex Freak" and "Booty March". CD
(Limited to 1000 copies.)
Also available Stash (2019 Record Store Day Release) ... LP 25.99
 
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✨✧ Funkproof (George Semper)Revival (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Tidal Waves, 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The never-issued album from Funkproof – an early 70s Cali funk combo headed up by Hammond maestro George Semper! Semper had his hand in plenty of great projects during the late 60s and early 70s, and Funkproof is definitely one of those groups – working here with a hard-burning quality that seems rooted in the energy of the funky 45 generation, but turned towards the higher aims that so many of their contemporaries were reaching for in the early 70s – the kind of energy that pushed Earth Wind & Fire into the stratosphere, although the Funkproof sound is tighter, given that they don't have the larger lineup – and with the interplay between bass, guitar, and organ, the vibe is maybe a bit in the mode of Rasputin Stash. Semper wrote a good number of the songs, and titles include "Super Pimp", "Mo Funk", "Brother Puff", "The Smiling Children", "Doo Be Doo", "Don't Throw This Love Away", "Let's Funk", "Theme From Soul", and a version of "Smiling Faces". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 500 copies – with download!)
 
 
 



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