Common Jazzfunk lps that son most raers

hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
edited October 2015 in Record Collecting
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  • Mike_BellMike_Bell 5,736 Posts
    Donald Byrd-Places and Spaces

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    Donald Byrd-Places and Spaces Ethiopian Knights


  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts



  • Donald Byrd-Places and Spaces Ethiopian Knights


    That's the real truth there!



    Here is an easy one.

  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts



    You left out the best dollarbin LP OF ALL TIME (and coincidentally, one of the finest Jazzz-Funk LPs ever, too)



  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    Donald Byrd-Places and Spaces Ethiopian Knights


    That's the real truth there!

    if this is common in your area please PM me.

  • m_dejeanm_dejean 2,945 Posts
    So this thread is going to be all about Ramsey Lewis And 70s Blue Note?

  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    So this thread is going to be all about Ramsey Lewis And 70s Blue Note?

    and Herbie Hancock, don't forget the Hancock

  • -Johnny Hammond "Gambler's Life"
    -Eddie Russ "See the Light"........I have still not checked "Take a Look at Yourself" but probably that too.

  • aegisaegis 261 Posts
    What page will CTI debates begin?

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    Donald Byrd-Places and Spaces Ethiopian Knights


    That's the real truth there!

    if this is common in your area please PM me.

    I might be pushing it with this one. I've just never been a big fan of P&S.

  • FatbackFatback 6,746 Posts

  • FatbackFatback 6,746 Posts
    -Johnny Hammond "Gambler's Life"
    -Eddie Russ "See the Light"

    Common Jazzfunk

  • nrichnrich 932 Posts

    how'd you forget this'n?



    Ramsey got this game on lock

  • FatbackFatback 6,746 Posts
    HA!

    this came up on the first page of a google image search "silk degrees"



  • m_dejeanm_dejean 2,945 Posts
    So this thread is going to be all about Ramsey Lewis And 70s Blue Note?

    and Herbie Hancock, don't forget the Hancock

    Au-right, well then let me add-a-Hancock:


    (Or is this considered psychjazz and not jazzfunk?)

    As many years as I've had this record (many), I NEVER get tired of listening to it. This is simply unfuckwithable. I'll take Herbie's swahili shroom jazz any day over most vapid grail-status wax.

  • Donald Byrd-Places and Spaces Ethiopian Knights


    That's the real truth there!

    if this is common in your area please PM me.

    No its not common, but either is Places and Spaces. I would rather listen to a beat copy of Ethiopian Knights over Places and Spaces any day!

  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts
    HA!

    this came up on the first page of a google image search "silk degrees"


    Iron Monkey AND Michael earle in one photo. Fatback your worlds are colliding.
    You midget trick-ass bitch!

  • canonicalcanonical 2,100 Posts
    Is the girl in the back providing flowers to distinguish the tepid funk-beats smell?

  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts

    how'd you forget this'n?



    Ramsey got this game on lock

    I would call that soul jazz, not JazzFunk. Granted, it may be the FUNKIEST soul jazz I own, but still Soul Jazz.

    Can we define 'common', by the way? I have only seen 'Gambler's Life' once in the field, thankfully I bought it.

  • ReynaldoReynaldo 6,054 Posts



    HUGE COSIGN! I'm trying to get a hundred copies of this.

  • JLRJLR 3,835 Posts


    All I have to say is: you can't flip records with one hand. You just can't.

  • nrichnrich 932 Posts
    Can we define 'common', by the way? I have only seen 'Gambler's Life' once in the field, thankfully I bought it.

    I've passed on this album at least three times (which I don't really care for), but never seen Eddie Russ (which I would not define as common) 'in the field'










    I predict the rest of this thread will be 11% constructive additions, 62% splitting hairs, 27% hatting

  • faux_rillzfaux_rillz 14,343 Posts
    27% hatting

    This thread might more economically have been titled simply "terds"...

  • drewnicedrewnice 5,465 Posts


  • white_teawhite_tea 3,262 Posts




    All I have to say is: you can't flip records with one hand. You just can't.

    I didn't even notice the beer bottle. Flipping records with one hand is OK, but not with those boxes; they're about to burst.

  • File under: splitting hairs


    I think most of these LPs are common, an LP being common doesn't mean it'll be waiting for $1.99 in every thrift, flea, and bargain bin. But anything that pops up at least once a month in dedicated record shops, ebay lists, and online sites could be easily described as common.

    For instance, I've had all of the LPs described here at least twice in my shop since we opened six months ago, which I would say makes an LP pretty common. Doesn't mean it's bad, or even THAT easy to find, but not "rare".

    If we're talking about records you can easily find for under $5, then yeah... many LPs here wouldn't make it.

    I think you can't go wrong with anything produced by the Mizell Brothers and none should set you back more than $20-30 at most, which in this day and age is not that much for a record.

  • NateBizzoNateBizzo 2,327 Posts



    This really isn't dollar bin common, but yes, a brilliant LP.



    I would ad

    -Any Eddie Harris LP
    -Gary Bartz LP's
    -King Curtis LP's
    -Jimmy Smith


    etc.....


  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    File under: splitting hairs


    I think most of these LPs are common, an LP being common doesn't mean it'll be waiting for $1.99 in every thrift, flea, and bargain bin. But anything that pops up at least once a month in dedicated record shops, ebay lists, and online sites could be easily described as common.

    For instance, I've had all of the LPs described here at least twice in my shop since we opened six months ago, which I would say makes an LP pretty common. Doesn't mean it's bad, or even THAT easy to find, but not "rare".

    If we're talking about records you can easily find for under $5, then yeah... many LPs here wouldn't make it.

    I think you can't go wrong with anything produced by the Mizell Brothers and none should set you back more than $20-30 at most, which in this day and age is not that much for a record.

    I'll give you $20 for that Eddie Russ
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