Eight piece rhythm & blues band out of Jersey City, NJ, creat an invigorating & refreshing sound by reigniting a broad spectrum of 50s & 60s soul and rock & roll. Both sides split by male & female vocal versions.
Split 7" from of Stone Love track orig released in '72 but no one has a copy. This instrumental f/ wacky wah-wah and a lotta conga. B-side is The Symbolics backed by Shake (Raw Soul) on mid-tempo ballad w/ punchy drums & 70s synth.
New soul artist Jordan Valentine and the Sunday Saints. A side is a masterful cover of "Tell Me What's On Your Mind" and the B side is an original sister funk track with howls of joy reminiscent of Betty Davis.
A heretofore unknown 45 on Arrow Brownﾒs Bandit imprint. Only 2 copies are known of the Michigan Avenue Sound Orchestraﾒs retardedly funky instrumental `Poon Tang Thump Parts 1 & 2.` LTD 500 in custom sleeve.
In 1986, five years after the release of his first album, Lawrence Ross returned. Switching organic live instrumentation for electronics, he created a monster soulful boogie album w/ keyboard stylings that make it sound like a new Dam Funk record.
Gilles Peterson Digs America is a collection of heavy, heavy, heavy jazz, funk, & some serious soul! From the vaults of Brownswood, this man digs out some of the most obscure sounds around. Essential for listners of great music.