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  • Mister holmes and brotherhood wtf

    I heard this track by a certain "Mister Holmes and Brotherhood" on our college station the other day. The song was called (no joke) "Thrift Store Find" and sounded like some raw Soul-Fire neo-funk kinda ting. Nothing great but I wanna know the origin. I looked it up on Google and came up on Small Change's playlist, which added this info which I assume is the label: "Wheedle's Groove, LITA"

    Stones Throw couldn't help, SoulStrut is down, and Funk45 won't give me my account password.

    I won't promise not to use the words "jawn" or "ayo" but I will appreciate the help.
    "No my brother. You got to get your own."

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    it's from a new compilation called 'Wheedle's Groove - Classic Seattle Soul and Funk 1965-1975' on Light in the Attic records.
    Can't remember who the producer was, but it is a new production. I'll look on the sleeve when I get home.
    We know when a mate buys it for you too.

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    • #3
      I was gonna ask about this. I saw a review by James Maycock in this month's Mojo. Any good, John? I know there's a wide variety of stuff on there, including some contemporary bands (I think)...?
      http://www.djhistory.com

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      • #4
        Originally posted by [b
        Quote[/b] (ladyboygrimsby @ Sep. 16 2004,19:26)]I was gonna ask about this. I saw a review by James Maycock in this month's Mojo. Any good, John? I know there's a wide variety of stuff on there, including some contemporary bands (I think)...?
        Got this through this week. Very nice comp mostly late60s/early 70s funk stuff - inc some unreleased stuff I believe.

        That Bold Brother.BoldSister cut is a top choice ...nice 45 CAL!

        There's 3 new productions including Sharpshooters versions of Moulin's BALEK...!? Not exactly a seattle funk tune but I s'pose they're from Seattle and one of them helped compile the album.

        Oh and theres a smokin dirty funk/jazz version of Auld Lang Syne for everyone to put aside for a few months and blow the next NY joint up...or somethining...

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        • #5
          Hey marco.

          Good to have you here!
          www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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