Beginning of the week finds

parsecparsec 5,087 Posts
edited April 2005 in Record Collecting
Ancient Leaves-(thanks crinkle)Morgen picture discJohn Gruntfest/Weldon McCarthy-live at pangaea (private improv jazz)The Loading Zone lpThe Headhunters-survival of the fittestFreddie Hubbard- the hub of hubbardGene Harris-nexusGeorge Coleman/Tete Montoliu duo-meditationCaesar Frazier- another lifePleasure- accept no substitutesanybody know an ebay seller rax-o-wax? if you are lurking, plaese send my strata east lp, its been a month
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  • The_Hook_UpThe_Hook_Up 8,182 Posts
    sturutters helpin a bra out

    from Guzzo:

    The Tokyo Happy Coats Live (King)...cool, the songs on my 45 arent on the LP...thanks dude!


    from Agent 45

    Joanne Gayles "dont shake my tree"--the dealer finally delivers the crack... Agent turned me on to this tune on a mix he sent me almost 3 years ago, and he finally got another copy to slang


    from Shingaling

    Ella Washington "Sweet and Sweeter"
    Ella Washington "Sweet talkin candy man"
    Titus Turner "taking care of business"

    thank ya!

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    What do you think of Ancient Leaves?

  • parsecparsec 5,087 Posts
    I like it,sounds good. Have you heard Heldon? It kinda reminds me of that. Check out Heldon IV "aural explorer". Its the one with the kid on the cover in the hospital with a bunch of wires hooked up to him. Shits rad. Mellotron and moogs galore. Oh and that Morgen lp is a monster btw.

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    Have you heard Heldon?

    No, but I think I've seen it/they're/his/ her's records...

  • parsecparsec 5,087 Posts
    Heldon is pretty much Richard Pinhas and a revolving group of players as far as I can tell. You heard Tonto's Expanding Headband Crink? Cooler music than their horrible band name implies.

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    yeah that Tonto is cool. I was ascared of it for a long time.

  • SoulOnIceSoulOnIce 13,027 Posts
    DollarBinCommons on the Lunch Break Tip (well, all $2-4):



    yo, this record is good! I passed it over like 4,203 times before...they do mostly covers, but the playing is tight, vocals (specially the female ones) are legit, and the production is prolly the best thing, bass & drums way up in tha mix, heavy use of B3, tight, tight sound that had my head noddin' the whole time.



    "funky" jam band record, has it's moments (a couple of Stevie wanna-be uptempo tracks are on point) but huge stretches are



    another mostly tepid one...Steve Cropper's name is all over this, as co-producer with Swamp Dogg, songwriter, and lead guitar on most tracks...mostly unexceptional Southern Rock...someone wrote "dope jam side 2" in ballpoint pen on the back cover, but I can't figure which one they mean, maybe "Back Porch of My Mind" that has a tough breakdown and spacy organs...honestly, not a bad record, just had higher hopes for a Swamp Dogg-Steve Cropper produced 1972 small label LP...worth the $3 I spent, I guess...




    I always want to like The Nice, but...

    I got it for the cover of Tim Hardin's "How Can We Hang On To a Dream," but my obsessive collecting of Tim Hardin covers is probably best kept to myself...
    only $1, tho, and better than the one in this photo, although the auction this is from, the winning bid was 1 cent! I want 1 cent records!

  • ArchaicArchaic 633 Posts
    Dicks - Kill from the Heart LP
    Dickies - Stukas Over Disneyland LP
    Too $hort - Burn Rubber 12"
    Top Secret 12" with Keak's T-Shirt Blue Jeans & Nikes
    Vybz Kartel - Tatoo 45
    Edwin Birdsong - What It Is LP
    Lonnie Liston Smith - Reflections of a Golden Dream LP
    Bill Withers - Just As I Am LP
    Mongo Santamaria - Sticks LP
    Horace Tapscott autobiography

  • faux_rillzfaux_rillz 14,343 Posts
    I got one of these:



    ...and upgrades on my Crash Crew and Universal Robot Band LPs.

  • meshmesh 925 Posts
    havent had loot to buy some wax for a while but went on monday and got these:

    plunky and the oneness of juju "make a change"
    universal jones "vol.1"
    curtis mayfield "sweet exorcist"
    mandrill "just outside of town"

    the plunky has that track "every way but loose" which was a top 30 hit in the UK when it came out. i guess its been rereleased on Sutra as a single. pretty dope. the whole album is nice, but thats the standout track, i think.

  • TheGoochTheGooch 541 Posts
    One lonely find.

    Che - Soundtrack

    and picked up
    Bobbito - Earthtones

  • BlastkidBlastkid 240 Posts
    It's no longer the beginning of the week, but still.
    Got these 45s in the mail today:

    B.T. Express - Do it (till you're satisfied)
    Quincy Jones - Chump Change (mmh, wack)
    Johhny Guitar Watson - It's a damn shame (should give it a proper listen)
    The O'jays - Livin for the weekend
    MFSB - The zip b/w My mood (I like the B-side more than the a-side)
    Serge Gainsbourg - Daisy Temple (I'm more into his '60s groovy pop stuff, but I believe I'll digg it if I listen to it a few more times)
    The Incredible Bongo Band - Bongo Rock

  • LP

    Best of Lee Dorsey (Starline/UK) - includes 'Four Corners Pt1'



    45s

    Lou Courtney - Hey Joyce (Popside)

    Gaturs - Cold Bear (Gatur)

    Al Thomas Ork - Cornbread & Molasses (Virtue)

    Donald Height - Life Is Free (Hurdy Gurdy)

    Knockouts - Mo Jo Pts 1&2 (Tribute)

  • ReynaldoReynaldo 6,054 Posts

  • SupergoodSupergood 1,213 Posts
    I got one of these:



    ...and upgrades on my Crash Crew and Universal Robot Band LPs.


    Pam Todd and Uni Robot finds? I seriously gotta dig where you dig!

    You've got good taste and incredible luck...

    My recent dollarbin common finds:

    (Vince) Montana - Close Encounters of the Third Kind - Atlantic
    (Vince) Montana - I Love Music - Atlantic
    Dexter Wansel - Voyager - Philadelphia International
    Funkapolitan - Run Run Run (12 inch single) - Pavillion
    Barry White - The Message Is Love - Unlimited Gold
    MCB - MCB -Epic
    Isis - Isis - Buddah
    Chuck Cissel - Just For You - Arista
    Chuck Cissel - If I Had A Chance - Arista
    Enchantment - Soft Lights Sweet Music - RCA
    Enchantment - Journey To The Land Of... - Roadshow
    Patrick Simmons - So Wrong (12 inch single) - Elektra

    SG

  • lambertlambert 1,166 Posts
    stuff i am salivating in expectation over, via usps of course:

    Grupa Abc[/b]- Live (1972!!!)
    Time[/b]- s/t (yugo prog)
    Neimen[/b]- Sukces
    Romano Mussolini[/b]- Mirage
    El Chicles[/b]- Viva Tirado

  • SoulOnIceSoulOnIce 13,027 Posts
    45s

    Donald Height - Life Is Free (Hurdy Gurdy)

    ...to follow up on the Lou Courtney joint, huh? Did you get this from the seller on eBay who has stock copies B.I.N. for $4.00[/b] ?

    I was pretty psyched when I found that...

  • Mcdonald and Giles- S/T
    Eric Burdon and the Animals-Winds of Change
    Street People-Put your hand in the hand(power to the people)

    not much but some good stuff.

  • DJ_NevilleCDJ_NevilleC 1,922 Posts
    the ones that went home this week:

    James Brown - Sings Raw Soul (King) Stone mint OG $2
    The Free Design - Heaven/Earth (Project 3)
    V/A - Giles Peterson in Africa (Ether)
    Art Blakey - Ugetsu (Riverside) "Ping-Pong" is one of my all time jazz dance faves
    Compton's Most Wanted - It's a Compton Thing (Orpheus)



  • DJ_NevilleCDJ_NevilleC 1,922 Posts
    the ones that went home this week:

    James Brown - Sings Raw Soul (King) Stone mint OG $2
    The Free Design - Heaven/Earth (Project 3)
    V/A - Giles Peterson in Africa (Ether)
    Art Blakey - Ugetsu (Riverside) "Ping-Pong" is one of my all time jazz dance faves
    Compton's Most Wanted - It's a Compton Thing (Orpheus)



    Make that a "Compton Thang"

  • The_Hook_UpThe_Hook_Up 8,182 Posts
    stuff i am salivating in expectation over, via usps of course:

    Grupa Abc[/b]- Live (1972!!!)

    I forgot you posted about this...yeah, dood, I want to listen to that shit. Is it on Pronit?

  • lambertlambert 1,166 Posts
    stuff i am salivating in expectation over, via usps of course:

    Grupa Abc[/b]- Live (1972!!!)

    I forgot you posted about this...yeah, dood, I want to listen to that shit. Is it on Pronit?

    Amiga. Check Your pm's.

  • REMODEREMODE 91 Posts
    David Axelrod-The Auction
    Claudio Baglioni-Questo Piccolo Grande Amore
    Funk Factory-S/T
    Tyrone Davis-In The Mood
    Fatback Band-Yum Yum
    Musique De Films Avec-Maurice Desjardins
    Micheal Jackson-Got To Be There
    Ann Pebbles-Straight From The Heart
    Andrew White-Who Got De Funk
    Mavis Staples-Only For The Lonley
    The Best Of Kool And The Gang(Gold Cover)
    The Ventures-Theme From Shaft
    Tom Browne-Love Approach
    Hubert Laws-The San Francisco Concert
    Funkadelic-America Eats It's Young
    Electric Indian-Keemosabe
    Curtis Mayfield-There's No Place Like America Today
    Curtis Mayfield-Back To The World
    Mugo-Organize 45
    These were in the Field(mostly from my work)Big Up LOTUSLAND
    And got like a dozen Japanese joints in the mail the other week on some trades.
    Also Olympic Runners-Put The Music Where Your Mouth Is From Tripledouble with a Free House of rising Funk 45
    Finally on the web
    Ebay-Manzel-Space Funk 45
    Rubber Band-Jimi Hendrix Experience
    Harvey Mason-Marching In The Street

  • parsecparsec 5,087 Posts
    check yr PM's dude.

  • akoako 3,409 Posts
    only one really worth mentioning:

    The Gil Evans orchestra plays the music of jimi hendrix (RCA)[/b]

    i'm digging it.





  • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    "de tejas"








    yay dollar bin scuffies!!!
    VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV



    I really love the earlier Staples stuff, the Vee Jay joints are where it's AT!!!
    clip:

    http://s32.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=33EYYGRKDQ5X12O2NZGIXUOTSW

  • yuichiyuichi Urban sprawl 11,318 Posts
    David Axelrod-The Auction
    Claudio Baglioni-Questo Piccolo Grande Amore
    Funk Factory-S/T
    Tyrone Davis-In The Mood
    Fatback Band-Yum Yum
    Musique De Films Avec-Maurice Desjardins
    Micheal Jackson-Got To Be There
    Ann Pebbles-Straight From The Heart
    Andrew White-Who Got De Funk
    Mavis Staples-Only For The Lonley
    The Best Of Kool And The Gang(Gold Cover)
    The Ventures-Theme From Shaft
    Tom Browne-Love Approach
    Hubert Laws-The San Francisco Concert
    Funkadelic-America Eats It's Young
    Electric Indian-Keemosabe
    Curtis Mayfield-There's No Place Like America Today
    Curtis Mayfield-Back To The World
    Mugo-Organize 45
    These were in the Field(mostly from my work)Big Up LOTUSLAND
    And got like a dozen Japanese joints in the mail the other week on some trades.
    Also Olympic Runners-Put The Music Where Your Mouth Is From Tripledouble with a Free House of rising Funk 45
    Finally on the web
    Ebay-Manzel-Space Funk 45
    Rubber Band-Jimi Hendrix Experience
    Harvey Mason-Marching In The Street

    damn! Funk 101. where'd you go dig??!

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    I just found that Staples record last month. I like it! They are awesome!

  • I just found that Staples record last month. I like it! They are awesome!

    nice!

    Was it an old Vee JAy press or an MCA dealiemabob? Those MCA's are missing a lil' something (besides crackle )

  • hcrinkhcrink 8,729 Posts
    I just found that Staples record last month. I like it! They are awesome!

    nice!

    Was it an old Vee JAy press or an MCA dealiemabob? Those MCA's are missing a lil' something (besides crackle )

    Super mint VeeJay press for $3.00!!!

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