Electrode Los Angeles 3,020 Posts
edited June 2017 in Record Collecting
E Arenas signed at concert. Stetsa is what got me into hip hop as a kid but I never had it on vinyl. Seen that Salvation in dollar bins forever but haven't felt like picking one up until now. The best thing about Kings is the cover.
Nice haul - but that Bley is dew-dew IIRC.
Still going through some stuff from a yard sale on the weekend, but these are some recent highlights.
^ Really nice sounding folk set from a local boy (Hamilton/Dundas).
some recent and not so recent finds. Happy to have found the two Nara Leão, plus the Sérgio Ricardo is one I've found a few times before but always passed it along, will probably keep this one though.
Aldemaro is a weird venezuelan record that promised psyched out sitars on the cover but delivered this instead:
Waldir Calmon is one people seem to be after because of a Madvillain sample.
The find of the year for me though is Waltel Branco's Assim Na Terra Como No Céu, even if some asshole moth ate a hole into one of the tracks. This one's a compilation of novela soundtracks that had been unreleased until then, except for one or two tracks. A bit of a
been having some decent luck with the 7"s lately, some of the highlights are:
Forgot to add this classic to the 7" finds
That being said, there's some serious heat to be found in 7", and a lot of shit that was only released in that format. That Dinalva is a good example, there's lots amazing afro-samba, boogie, psych, etc. The Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas comp was done just from stuff on 7".
R.I.P., Mr. Stevens.
is this that famous record with the egg on the cover?
Danja Mowf - QUESTION? ~~>
Sweetsmoke RMX ~~>
Mt Airy Groove ~~>
STEVE MILLER ALL DAY ~~>
ALC beatz ~~>
3D/Meow the Jewels ~~>
Nick Hook/Meow the Jewels ~~>
These were my most recent buys on a trip to New Orleans. I was happy to find the Fifty Foot Hose. The Lee Dorsey LP was is a still sealed mono copy also.
Agreed. Computa Rock would have been better. I still dig the track though.
Their track with K Maxx on Austin Boogie Crew Records (gotta rep the homies) is good too.
I already had this from them: