Baba Dise / The Sensations  ((Wanted / I'll always love you))
GAS      1969

Top condition for this rare double siders straight out from UK , pure skinhead reggae, and Jamaican touch by Winston Riley ; Palmer Bros Production collector ...


Cover / Record : Generic / VG+
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7' GAS 118

 

Syl Johnson  ((Is it because i'm black/Let them hang high))
Twinight Records      1968

Sylvester Thompson's Afro identity Classic Hits ... one light click on the first two seconds of the side A and pen mark on label, a nice copy otherwise.


Cover / Record : Generic / VG+
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7' 125

 

The Whatnauts  (Help is on the way)
Harlem International      1981

Classic disco funk hit arranged by James Carter in 1981 and sampled by so many people, Break, loop and piano, Instrumental on the flip side, label A presents some damage ...


Cover / Record : Generic / VG++
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12' H.I.R 110

 

The Whatnauts  (Help is on the way)
Harlem International      1981

Classic disco funk hit arranged by James Carter in 1981 and sampled by so many people, break and nice piano, instrumental on the flip side. Label on first side presents undulation ...


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12' H.I.R 110

 

Nino Ferrer  (Le tlfon / Je veux être noir)
Riviera      1967

Classic Funky R&B double sider with the famous track "Le tlfon" and "Je veux être noir" on the flip side where Nino eulogizes black soul men like Wilson Pickett and James Brown ... Cover presents some damage but record is perfect, unique German picture sleeve ...


Cover / Record : VG / EX-
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7' 19 494 AT

 

Seguida  (Love is ...)
Discophon/Fania      1975

Issued in 1974 on Fania record for Larry Harlow productions, Jazz latin funk rock at his best, heavy rhodes, organ, brass and b-boys percussion. Classic record this is the 1975 spanish press on Discophon in very nice shape. The musical direction by Randy Ortiz reminds me some Santana's works.


Cover / Record : EX- / VG++
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LP S-6018

 

  (Secret Spanish Organ Groove)
      1967

Underrated spanish artist, with a killer organ sax groove for the last track of this LP.Listen ...


Cover / Record : VG++ / VG(+)
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The LTG Exchange  (Corazon/A young mothers love)
FANIA      1975

Two cool tracks on this rare colombian press, with the famous "Corazon" intense rhodes and percussions latin groove...


Cover / Record : Generic / VG(+)
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7' 6149028

 

Lincoln Mayorga & Distinguished Colleagues  (Volume III)
Sheffield Lab      1974

Inside this contemporary jazz lp you will find the good jazz funk "Camarillo" with groovy bass and great horns section, and a drum break intro for "From Menaggio To Bellagio"; recorded from studio directly to master disc.


Cover / Record : VG(+) / VG+
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LP Lab-1

 

Miles Davis  (Get up with it)
CBS      1970/1974

Miles recorded this last studio album before five years of retirement from music at "Columbia Studio E" between 1970 and 1974 in New York city.This spanish press was published in 1975, "Maiysha" with spiritual flavors is my favorite, but also the "Honky Tonk" groove and amazing Al Foster's drums work for the funk experimental fusion "Rated X".So much hypnotics sounds in this album and free jazz improvisations, Miles kills the Harmon mute without the stem for his trumpet and plays some deep organ melodies Described as "Worldbeat fusion" , experiments in fusion of jazz, funk, rock and electronica.


cover / Record : VG+(+) / VG+(+)
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LP S 88092

 

Various Artists  (Vacaciones en España)
RCA Camden      1971

With the Sangre's progressive funk groove "Necesito valor" which is now hard to find in 7'; but i definitely prefer Leugin's cover of "El cabezon" with the Tito Duarte early break ...


Cover / Record : VG+(+) / VG+(+)
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LP CAS 169

 

Jou Cogra Group  (Comanche)
Barnafon      1974

Just one of my favorite deep psych funk 7'inch out from Spain in 1974 two years before his private library LP, stunning hard hammond funk for "Darkness" and cool mellow track with flute in "Sweet charme". Highly recommended...


Cover / Record : EX- / EX-
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7' BN-45-427

 

Thunder And Roses  (King Of The Black Sunrise)
United Artists      1969

Blues, garage and hard psychedelic rock inside this lp, very interesting compositions like "White lace and strange" or "Dear dream maker" and a cover of 1967 Jimi Hendrix's "Red house"; guitar power (by Chris Bond), heavy bass (by Tom Schaffer) and fat drums (by George Emme) for each track.This is the US press from 1969 with a little ring wear, don't sleep.


Cover / Record : VG+(+) / EX
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LP UAS 6709

 

Lord Nelson & His Crew  (Return Of The Rock)
Metronome      1968

Cool German Rock Beat LP, i love the psych pop beat "Station girl" and the bluesy jazz percussion "A" , for me the two best tracks of the album mainly turn into classic rock.Hard to find in good shape ...


Cover / Record : VG++ / EX -
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LP HLP 10 213

 

Sage  (Emancipated)
RCA Victor      1972

"The Four Kents" was an American vocal R&B group formed in Italy in 1966 by NATO soldiers stationed at camp Ederle, Vicenza.They recorded this LP in Rome between September and October 1972 with the italian band "Stump", This is a curious promo album which mix progressive italian music (with organ, mellotron, fat drum of Franco Di Stefano and nice guitar all the way) with powerful Soul R&B Voices and funk.Some killer progressive parts like in "Slow down" and groove for "Winds of change" & "Music is".Listen to the long sound-clip.Pretty rare...


Cover / Record : VG+(+) / EX -
140


LP LISP 34162

 

Shampoo  (Volume One)
Les Disques Motors      1972

Progressive jazz rock lp from Belgium; "Some reason"(Nice guitar), "Summer"(with crasy organ) and "Hurry up" (with long drum solo), present more funky horns sections and groove vein, for jazz-prog lovers...


Cover / Record : VG++ / VG++
100


LP MT 44009

 

Claudio Medeiros Victor M And Friends  (Rotation)
Nucleus Records      1975

Brazilian jazz fusion meet some Bay Area jazz funk scene on small Nucleus label.Of course the moog groover "Soar" invite you to ride under the sun and the cover of "Nega" too but so many latin jazz funk tracks like "Rotation", "Cachaa", "Generous" or "Green olives" complete this great set.


Cover / Record : VG+(+) / VG+(+)
100


LP KS221

 

Baroque Jazz Trio  (Baroque Jazz Trio)
Saravah      1970

Rare baroque jazz from France on the cult Saravah label with free improvisation sections, Georges Rabol's Harpsichord all over, "Delhi daily" is an indo- jazz jewel, "Latin baroque" is just amazing, but "Zoma" stay in my brain killer Drums by Philippe Combelle and Jean-Charles Capon on Cello in Perfect condition.Listen if you don't know this euro groove masterpiece...


Cover / Record : VG++ / Ex-
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LP SH 10004

 

Chris Craft  (Discosmic dance)
Eurodisc / Editions Musicales Arabella      1978

Alfie Falckenbach and Phil Renaux recorded this Cosmic Disco Lp in Brussels between november 1977 and January 1978, They used Mini Moog, ARP Odysey, Fender Rhodes and created a unique Euro Spacy Disco Sound, good pattern on "Discosmic sinfonia Pt 1", nice disco tune for "Casablanca is alright for dancing tonight" and enjoy the terrific disco funk intro for "Funky milkyway".Similar to Moroder's production but more in a Electro Cosmic Disco vein.French Press with different title art cover.


Cover / Record : VG++ / VG++
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LP 913 187

 

Dusko Goykovich  (It's About Blues Time)
Ensayo      1971/1983

Superb modal spiritual jazz in the famous "Bosna calling" written by Dusko himself, solid jazz modal LP with spanish pianist Tete Montoliu ; recorded on November 8th, 1971 in Barcelona. 1983 second spanish press for one of Europe's finest trumpeter.


Cover / Record : Ex- / Ex-
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LP ENY-48

 

Hans Dulfer and Ritmo Natural  (Candy clouds)
Emi-Bovema Holland      1970/1976

1976 Second press on Emi-Bovema Holland of this superb euro psych jazz, recorded in august 1970 in Nederlands Hans Dulfer plays a King Super 20 Silver Bell Tenor-saxophone and he done it very well Ritmo Natural's band delivers a furious ethno groove with flute and riff guitar during all the album, love the deep "King size Davy" and many more, from psych jazz to krautrock to spiritual, oriental and free-jazz parts, i just love this LP. Original press is on Catfish Label from 1970.


Cover / Record : VG++ / Ex-
75


LP 5C 038-24307

 

Trio Mocot  (S/T (The brasilian sound))
CAM      1977

Trio Mocot and Daniele Patucchi on the orchestration, Killer brasilian samba funk all over, with the famous rhodes of "Nao adianta", the Jorge Ben's cover "Dile" and the groovy "Nega". Full of really good tracks, Luiz Antonio Carlos Baptista was the sound engineers listen to the soundclip. This is the 1977 original italian press. Cover is clean, record plays great. Essential LP ...


Cover / Record : VG++ / EX -
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LP SAG 9076

 

Pery Ribeiro y Primo Quinteto  (Pery)
Discos RVV      1968

Pery Ribeiro with Primo Quinteto cover some classic Bossa Samba tunes in this rare mexican press like"Agua de beber", cool funky organ on "Mas que nada" and "Meo limao", with great direction of Joao Peixoto Primo for the nice Latin Jazz vibe, and fantastic arrangements by Breno Sauer (Som Brasil 's Pianist).Not so easy to catch in good condition...


Cover / Record : VG+(+)/ VG+(+)
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LP RVV-S-1111

 

Aldemaro Romero  (El fabuloso Aldemaro y su Onda Nueva)
Onda Nueva      1970/1971

Aldemaro and his Onda Nueva arrive in 1971 with this fantastic scat latin jazz LP, Back in "Caracas" Venezuela, Aldemaro Romero with the help of the basist "Jorge Romero" and the legendary drummer "Franck Hernandez" compose some deep easy listening latin groove, amazing bass and scat all over, Strong Jazz Bossa voices intro on "Pajarillo en la Onda Nueva" , i love the latin funky track "El musiquito" for sure and many more latin vibes like "Moliendo cafe".The cover presents some residue tape and some tears, the record play fine just fews clicks on A3 and play great despite a long superficial mark on side B.


Cover / Record : VG (+) / VG+
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LP 002

 

Secret Spanish Psych Jazz Funk ...  (Promo)
      1974

Top rare Promo EP from Spain, Killer Jazz Psych Fuzz with great horn section, totally invisible nowadays. Just check the sound-clip with the two best tracks ...


Cover / Record : VG+ / EX-
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Grupo 15  (El turista 1.999.999/Mas que nada)
Regal      1967

Spanish cover of "Mas que nada" on the flip side, great organ sound, and a cool freakbeat Mod track on first side. The fragile sleeve presents lot of damage (see scans), Record plays really well, Just radio sticker on both label.


Cover/Record : G(+)/VG+(+)
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7' SCDL 69.020

 

Juan Jimnez  (A travs del tiempo)
Discos y Producciones S.5      1984

Superbe concept album by this ex-Pekenikes menber, small promo pressing for this jazz rock experimental LP ; Synth, break and nice flute work all the way like in the deep " Muralla para 4 flautas ". Love the groove of " A traves del tiempo " & " Lamento de metal ". A curious sound for this 80's spanish progressive jazz lp.


Cover / Record : EX- / EX-
100


LP BJ 101

 

Magma  (Mekanïk Kommando / Klaus kombalad)
Philips      

Ultra rare 7' inch by the famous French Band; Christian Vander composed two killer cuts, recorded during french radio show "Carr Bleu" on "Europe 1" channel. First track with brazilian flavors and superb jazzy prog tune with vocals for the flip. A true jewel ... Top conditions.


Cover / Record : EX+ / EX+
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7' 6009 185

 

Woody Herman and the thundering Herd  (Herd at Montreux)
Fantasy      1976

Spanish press of this live recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival; july 6, 1974.Superb Andy Laverne on e-piano, great horn sounds, beautiful arrangements for this live recording.With the Spiritual "Tamtum Ergo" and the classic cover of Billy Cobahm "Crosswind" with jazz funk loop.Perfect copy.


Cover / Record : EX- / VG++
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LP HFAS 841-11

 

Lionel Hampton and his big band  (Outrageous)
TIMELESS      1982

Lionel and his crew play some nice funky tracks here, "Wait for the cat" is cool and i love "Tap Step" and the jazz funk killer tune "Dr Lamchop" with vibes, groovy bass-line and fat horns section.


Cover / Record : EX- /EX-
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LP SIP 163

 

Orquesta Tipica Ideal  (Vamonos pa' Senegal para bailar y gozar)
SOUL POSTER / ARTOL      1976

Produced by Pancho Cristal this french press on Soul Poster is pretty rare now, Superb son and salsa cuts, fantastic solo piano y violin ... Check "El tiburon", "Vamonos pa' Senegal", and the powerful "Bin-Ban-Bun" or "Ritmo changui".Cover with tears and Tape on top and bottom, little initial writing on back cover... Record show serious marks, clicks and pops here and there.


Cover / Record : VG / VG+
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Y SP 2074

 

Pupi & Pacheco  (Los dos mosqueteros / The two musketeers)
VAYA records      1977

Johnny Pacheco produced & Pupi Legarreta on arrangements = a top groovy salsa LP, with killer latin tunes like "Salsa", the nice " Estoy a mil", and "El penado".Fantastic violin and flutes work all over... Legendary Sonny Bravo on Piano...


Cover / Record : VG++ / EX-
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JMVS-63

 

Chico Freeman Quartet  (No time left)
Black Saint      1979

Recorded in Milan in 1979 this free jazz lp produced some spiritual moments and groovy vibes like " Uhmla ". Sticker mark on front cover, record play nice.Listen the long sound-clip


Cover / Record : VG+ / VG++
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LP bsr 0036

 

Fruko  (El Teso)
Edigsa / Discos Fuentes      1980

Originally issued in 1979 on "Discos Fuentes", the label "Edigsa" edit one year after the spanish press. Some hot columbian salsa by the master "Fruko" as usual..."Amores y sentimientos","Salsa brava" and "Mexico picante"...


Cover / Record : EX / EX
25


11-0022

 

Eero Koivistoinen kvintetti & seksetti  (Odysseus)
Otava / Jazzpuu      1969

Superb re-issue from 2006 licensed by Shk record; great jazz session recorded between the 15th & 17th in october 1969 at Finnvox studios in Pitjnmki, mix of hard bop & modal jazz with spiritual touch from Finland. A fantastic album... Eero Koivistoinen at the soprano, tenor and alto saxophone deliver with his quintet and sextet a marvelous piece of euro jazz.


Cover / Record : EX / EX
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JAZZPUU-10

 

The Fourth Way  (s/t)
Capitol      1969

Superb jazz funk lp with fusion parts.Michael White at the amplified violin bring his spiritual touch, with the fat drum-break intro of Eddie Marshall on the jazz funk track "Everyman's your brother". An essential jazz funk LP with spiritual and free jazz moments.Cover presents just a de-stock punch hole at the top right corner.


Cover / Record : VG++ / VG++
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LP ST-317

 

Nanette Natal  (My song of something)
P-VINE / Benyo Music      1980

Deleted 2004 Japan RE-ISSUE of this nice private vocal jazz LP recorded in 1979, with the beautiful vocal track "It's over" and the funky scat "Talkie". Kuni Mikani on acoustic & electric piano, Bob O'connell on the electric bass, Pat Wehl on Drum and percussion, Jimmy Foote as engineer and Nanette Natal on Vocal & Kazoo ; a great vocal, scat, spirit jazz LP . Some surface noise and little clicks at the beginning of "it's over"...


Cover / Record : VG++ / VG+
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LP PLP-6828

 

The Johnny Frigo Sextet  (Chicago Jazz Rock)
Orion      197?

I'm proud to offer this jazz funk gem originally produced for jazz technique class of Gus Giordano.Terrific groovy cuts all over the record, electric piano & guitar are just amazing with fat drum kit for the famous "Thank you".Breaks and percussions for "Them changes" and "Do whatever sets you free" with top fender rhodes & bass and strong distortion riff guitar; a must for any jazz funk lover; record presents minor surface noise and little clicks here and there, nothing serious plays really fine. A great copy just check the long sound-clip with lot of drum part.


Cover / Record : VG++ / VG++
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LP 118

 

Granny's Intentions  (The story of David / Sandy's on the phone again)
Deram      1967

Spanish press of this first 7' by the Irish Band, love the psych beat track "Sandy's on the phone again", check the sound-clip...writing on label and both sleeves.


Cover / Record : VG /VG+
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7' ME 366

 

Alex y los findes  (El pas de las 1000 danzas / Es mejor dejarlo como est / Agente 023 / Hasta medianoche)
Discophon      1967

This Spanish sixties garage band produced here some soul cuts in the year 1967; covers of Wilson Pickett for the first and the last track ; and a fine Cops & Spy cut in "Agente 023" ; a nice EP Seldom see in good condition.


Cover / Record : VG++ / VG++
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EP' 27.509

 

Circus  (Wishing / Does anybody really know what time it is ?)
Movie Play      1970

Superb Spanish Psych Freakbeat with guitar and bongo break and nice hammond on the track "Wishing" and the flip "Does anybody really know what time it is ?" is a cool swing Mod Blues style ; a real good one.Just two little writing on the back cover.


Cover / Record : VG++ / VG++
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7' SN 20.312

 

Madera de cipres  (Lejos de aqui / Solo sin ti)
Ah Cid/Artyphon      1972

Re-issue of this ultra rare Spanish hard rock psych.Beautiful inserts with rare photos, promo postal card and an alternative cover for this 7'. The B side "Solo sin ti" is just a killer with his terrific guitar and "Lejos de aqui" was compiled on the Andergraun Vibrations in 2007, limited to 315 copies...Don't sleep.


Cover / Record : NM/NM
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7' S.PR. 117

 

Octopus  (Laugh at the poor man / Girlfriend)
Penny Farthing      1969

Unique cover on this Spanish Promo for the ex UK band "The Cortinas", "Laugh at the poor man" is a really trippy sound produced by Larry Page and the bassist Tony Murray the 7th november of 1969.Promo sticker on both label and little remove sticker mark on the top right front cover (not on this scan).


Cover / Record : VG+ / VG++
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7' J 006-90.977

 

Pan & Regaliz  (s/t)
Wah-Wah / Dimension      1971

Re-issue of simply one of the best Psych / Prog record from Spain ; Just amazing work recorded in the Gema's Studio... features incredible guitar, flute, spaced vocal and effects. Break and strong groove for this acid psych band... Original LP on Dimension label go for ### euros.So many good tracks, listen to the soundclip. Essential; insert with extensive informations and nice photos.


Cover / Record : NM/NM
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Fruko  (Fruko El Barbaro)
Discos Fuentes (Peru)      1976

Absolutely killer LP by the famous Fruko ; Hard salsa with funky touch and groovy colombian vibe from start to finish. My favorites tracks are "No me dejan quererte", "El cansao", "Entre marido y mujer" and the crazy "Pobre Naci".This is the Peruvian press, don't miss it... Really good condition.


Cover/Record : VG++ / VG++
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FUE 201103

 

The Joe Cuba Sextet  (Wanted dead or alive / Se busca muerto o vivo)
Hit / Tico      1966

Unique Spanish cover of this rare promo EP: essential latin groove ... Tracks are "Bang! Bang!"; "Push, push, push" and on the other side with the fantastic latin jazz descarga "Oh, Yeah" and "La malanga brava". Promo sticker on A side label. Check the soundclip...


Cover/Record : VG++ / VG++
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EP CGE 621

 

THE FREE MIND  (Just Jammin' / After we're gone)
Numero Group / Twin Town      

"Get On Up," issued in 1967 on Bunky Records, was a godsend for Milwaukee vocal group the Esquires, who would sell a million copies of their debut. In 1970, Charles Small auditioned with the Esquires, securing the duties of guitarist in Navajo Train, their backing band. But as Navajo Train began to falter, Small escaped into his new group Free Mind. Small drew Marcus Robinson, Jimmie Rogers, Reginald Humphrey, and Floyd Cheatham into the group, and after hearing rumors of opportunities in Minnesota, the band relocated to the Twin Cities. Free Mind caught the eyes of KUXL's Ray Moss and Jimmy Smith, who signed on as managers. Moss and Smith then scheduled time at Kay Bank Studios to track a single released on George Garrett's Twin Town imprint. A few months later, Free Mind wound its way back to Milwaukee, and a disastrous reunion tour with the Esquires left the group in shambles." Numero Group


Cover/Record : Generic / NM
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THE VONTASTICS  (You can work it out / Never let your love grow cold)
St. Lawrence Records      1967

Rare Original Killer Northern Soul double sider... Tracks written by Bobby Newsome and Produced by Burgess Gardner & Monk Higgins.


Cover/Record : Generic / NM
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1023

 

UNION  (Strike / Come to my house for lunch)
Numero Group / Mesa Records      

"Rather than another guided-missile single aimed straight at the charts, Union's "Strike" b/w "Come To My House For Lunch" was a songwriting demo, meant to showcase the compositional abilities of Alfred Jesse Smiththe man already known better to Billboard readers as Brenton Wood. "Gimme Little Sign," his 1967 smash for Double Shot Records, is the hit song most associated with the Compton-via-Shreveport talent, and while Brenton Wood's given name appears on the "Gimme" single alongside credits for two Double Shot producers, Woodfor all appearances simply a singer of songswas actually quite prolific as a composer. Union never performed live, but the group featured an all-star ensemble including Sterling Smith, Al Mckay, Ed Green, George Semper, Phil Kelsey, Gail Anderson. The single was released on Mesa Records, which belonged to Matt Hill, brother of Z. Z. Hill. Matt was a promoter more aiming to rep talent to fellow insiders than to sell records, but Mesa's Union 45 serves as a vital snapshot of Wood's career as it passed out of the spotlight during the early 1970s." Numero Group


Cover/Record : Generic / NM
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NOW  (Land of Now / Lovin you is easy)
Numero Group / Now      1976

"After six years of back and forth between failed vocal groups at Bruce Clarke's CVS label in New Jersey and lurking in the shadows of Columbus' Capsoul concern, tenor Jimmy Radford traded hotel key for house key in Columbus and shacked up with Mary Guillaumez, recently separated from James Guillaumez of free-funk outfit Earth's Delight. Any bitterness over the love triangle soon dissolved when James and Radford became musical allies, and they were joined by Glen Dunlap, Reuben Washington, and Tim Whitmire to form the group Now. In 1976, Now began sessions at Mark and Donald Spangler's Kingsmill Recording Studio, where they tracked "Land of Now" b/w "Lovin' You Is Easy," the latter of which had appeared in an earlier version on Radford's CVS sessions that became the mysterious 1978 Graham International LP. The "Land Of Now" 45's label teased that its sides had been "Selected from the album In The Beginning", but that LP never did materialize, as Radford was underwhelmed by the single's performance. Through Stone Man Productions, Now locked down local residencies in Columbus, and the group lived on for a decade before crumbling in 1986." Numero Group


Cover/Record : Generic / NM
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HIFIDELICS  (Hifidelics groove / Quiptown)
Numero Group / Quip      

"The steel boom of the 1940s set off a wave of pop-up rust belt towns, each producing its own temporary culture. Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, is among the smaller steel communities, but its relative isolation and large African-American population created a short-lived soul town in the 1970s. The teenage group Hifadelics, originally named Hollow Grooves, coalesced in the late 1960s, and in 1973 manager George Perkins led them into Hartman & Associates' studio in Pittsburgh to record their only single, "Hifidelics Groove" b/w "Quiptown." Despite the typographical error on the 45, Hifadelics were signed by Ray Mitchell's Pittsburgh Music Industries, which immediately put them on the rust belt circuit. When the Jones & Laughlin Steel Mill closed up shop in 1980, Hifadelics went silent with it. The newly jobless band membership had to skip Aliquippa for employment, accounting for just a handful of the 18,000 souls the town would lose over the next three decades." Numero Group


Cover/Record : Generic / NM
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THIRD GENERATION  (Mother nature / Love is gonna rain down on me)
Numero Group / Prison Soul      

"A pensioned high school art teacher with a strong social conscience, Ellis Haraka applied for an opening at Georgia Industrial Institute in 1974, a minimum-security prison camp in Alto, Georgia, to teach remedial reading and GED preparation. After selling the warden on converting the art room into a rehearsal space and rescuing gear from a defunct music program, Haraka watched Georgia Industrial's band form spontaneously. Inmates Roderick Willis, Linwood Moore, Michael Cody, Eugene Bostic, Willie "Shoeshop Slim" Zackery, Kenny Rewis, Eddie McCluskey, and Rufus Amis thus formed The Third Generation, rehearsing regularly with Haraka through 1977, who then painstakingly arranged for a field trip to Atlanta's Precision Studios. "Love Is Gonna Rain Down On Me" b/w "Mother Nature" was issued with the group's own PRISON SOUL banner, and over the next few years the group disbanded naturally, as members completed their jail time and rejoined civilian life." Numero Group


cover/Record : Generic / NM
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PUCCIO ROELENS  (La musica di Puccio Roelens)
Fontana      1969

For soundtrack and funk collectors ...Here is a great Library LP from Italy with lot of killers tracks like "Lilian" and the terrific Break in "Peggy" the beautiful Bossa vibes in "Sally"and more. This holy-grail deliver a perfect mix between jazz, funk, psych and lounge flavors. Cover present water damage but record is in great conditions, just check the soundclip.


cover/record : VG / VG++
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886 200 TY

 

Mad Curry  (Antwerp / Song for Cathreen)
Pirate's      1971

Spanish Press of this Killer Belgium double sider; the band deliver here a raw jazzy prog rock ; with mad organ and creative drumming.Production Louis De Vries on little Label "Pirate's".


Cover/Record : VG++ / VG++
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