forgot how good this is!
forgot how good this is!
MAN and BIRDMEN
A copy of this found it's way to me recently for a real bargin bin fee, which was nice
Great Nimbus LP and there are a few. 'A case in point' and the jazz vocal 'The Creator's Musicians', which I love but may be an aquired taste vocal-wise are the standouts but the whole thing is ace.
Haven't played anything else since it arrived....
Things ain't getting no brighter, load ain't getting no lighter.........
Priima's Swap CD.
All 70 of them!!!
We have a plan for belated distribution of Kessakushu and Priima's Swap Disks. Any other miscreants/ late-non submitters who still fancy they could do something soon-ish, PM me.
Been listening to the Matt Berry 'Witchazel', amazing, I hope there is a vinyl release.
This morning, in lieu of sooo many things turning up - records, swap mixes, best ofs.... this did appear and very good it is too (although I see it seems to sold out already).
Ive just had this on three times in a row. After seeing MPFlapp had just picked one up, I decided to dig my copy out. What a great LP it is, pop psych with a slightly twisted left field slant, just the way I like it.
Adam Best - Wall of Sound
What a great funky e-z record this is.
Heavy-weight Brazilian cast, including Dom Salvador, Joao Donato and Sivuca, plus Mauricio Smith & Stanley Clarke. Some great fluid jazz, never veers too far into self-indulgence. You could play any track on here out & it would go down a storm (well, if the crowd wasn't expecting freakbeat it would...)
Wooden Shjips Xmas 12''...
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Found this the day after I landed in Frankfurt for one € . Easily tops my London finds as it hasnt left the record player much. Recommended if you like your psych funky and vice versa. There is no place like home.
Thanks Pencilface! I love this one, pretty much what I had in mind when I asked on this board about spiritual jazz with synthesizers. Groovy and meditative and everything the other Reid/Kieran albums failed to be.
teddy pendergrass close the door and only you 12 fat beats
krs1 bring it back rhyme+ reason ost
rd burman the train lp o meri jann
harvey averne youre no good 45
galatians redcoach gospel lp
sammy fender the dreamer rare lp 'turkey legs'
'Swear I am evil when Ive had a few'
two dinky's on the mat today
Cranium Pie's "Rememberrr" - cheers to who ever recommended this one
Tame Impala's - "Remember Me" (re-issue)
"It's all just one big plastic hassle..." - Psych-Out
Summer Camps cover of the Waitresses 'Christmas Wrapping' - again
My Christmas Pudding mix of Whams 'Last Christmas' 12" will be getting an airing when I get home from work as well
DVD of National Lampoons Christmas Vacation followed by Scrooged
Jobs a good un
Totally hypnotic minimalist/jazz one track running to both sides, trippy
Trace Of Smoke - Treasure Mind (B.J)
Impossibly rare Modern Soul outting
Clarence Thompson - Never Let A Kiss Fool You (Merry Disc)
Sublime Northern Soul from the Islands that is going to blow up big style
Desmond Dekker - I've Got The Blues (Pyramind)
Immense JA Soulful Mod Funk
Tony Scott - What Am I To Do (Escort)
Sublime vocal version of Liquidator
Mineral Water - Free & Easy (Family Farm)
Scorching private press Psych Funk dancer
The Crystal Ball - Trans-Love Airways (Fat Angel) (Smash)
Trippy Psych with beats, lauded in McBrides Smash Label thread
Willie Smith Jr - Common Touch (WSJR)
Psych infused Funk face melter with a strong social message from '76
True Reflection - Beer Cans & Empty Hands (Atco)
Killer male group funker that is destined to go massive
New Directions - I Can Understand (Vintage)
Rare Islands Funk pressed in Canada, harder than their old Keb spin and far superior to these ears.
Ira Ferguson - Deliver Me (Searcher)
Hypnotic head nodding Gospel with a strong funk edge
Buddy Scott & The Rib-Tips - Slippin' & Sliddin' (Biscayne)
Little Richards classic get's a serious Funk work over - killer.
"Pinpoint the location, it's in another universe"
Still no telly, so Ive been getting through plenty of my records, these have been on this morning -
Giant - Whats in the life for you? (Mercury)
I got a cheap NM copy the first year I went to Utrecht, when I got it home it stuck on the best track "Queen of downs". Finally bit the bullet, and grabbed a reasonably priced one on line.
Ian Carr's Nucleus - Roots (Vertigo)
On of their better ones too my ears, the title track rules!
The Nite-lighters - A.nal.y.sis (RCA)
I know funk's not cool any more! but all their LP's have worthy tracks.I think only need one LP by them now, but I can never remember which one as they all seem a bit of a blur in my mind!!!