Monthly Archives: September 2013

(Sept 29, 2013): Little Richard – Long Tall Sally

From the 1957 jaw-dropping debut album, Here’s Little Richard.  Nothing more need be said.

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(Sept 28, 2013): Need For Mirrors & Kiat – Badfellaz

From the 2012 AA-side of the 12″ 45rpm single, Donuts (Need for Mirrors) / Badfellaz. Joe Moses and Emilio Dimitri, two experience producers, started releasing material as Need for Mirrors in 2010.  Jonathan Kiat, a DJ and producer from Singapore, … Continue reading

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(Sept 27, 2013): Cecil Scott & His Bright Boys – Lawd, Lawd

From the 1929 A-side of the 78rpm 10″, Lawd Lawd / In A Corner.  Hotsy totsy, washboard stuff.  Bill Coleman (trumpet), Don Frye (piano), Harold McFerran (alto sax), Frankie Newton (vocals), Scott (clarinet), Dickie Wells (trombone), and John Williams (alto … Continue reading

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(Sept 21, 2013): John Coltrane – Mr. P.C.

From the 1959 album, Giant Steps.  This is the five star fifth album that ensures Coltrane is an indisputable great.  The P.C. here well pre-dates the idea of “political correctness”.  It is instead a tribute to bass play Paul Chambers.  … Continue reading

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(Sept 20, 2013): Third World – 1865 (96 Degrees In The Shade)

From the 1977 album, 96° In The Shade.  With the core of Stephen “Cat” Coore, Richard Daley, and William “Bunny Rugs” Clarke, this Jamaican band has been kicking around for 40 years.  This is the band’s signature tune off their … Continue reading

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(Sept 19, 2013): Sun Palace – Rude Movements

From the 1983 b-side of the 12″ single, Winning / Rude Movements.  Sun Palace (Keith O’Connell (keys) and Mike Collins (guitar)) only put out two singles three years apart.  But, this tune is said to be the first recording using … Continue reading

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(Sept 18, 2013): Mood Six – She’s Too Far (Out)

From the 1985 album, The Difference Is …  Mood Six was part of the early 1980s psychadelic reemergence.  They never did have commercial traction, but this album (along with Robyn Hitchcock’s Fegmania) featured in heavy rotation on my turntable.

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