SoulOnIceSoulOnIce 13,027 Posts
edited July 2006 in Strut Central
I confess, more than half of these are"mailbox finds" but the net has been comingthrough much better than the locals lately:Tate and Exciters scratched off the list, both hooked up byStrutters, both excellent soul albums. Thanks to Mike B for the Tate, and thanks to Good Records NYC for a few of these records...on the local tip, the Earl King is a Charly set of unreleased 1972 sessions recorded for Sansu with Allen Toussaint & the Meters on all tracks, dope shit. Everly Brothers is a real gem, recorded in UK with the Hollies backing themup, a seriously fantastic LP with all kinds of styles from fuzzedout rock to bossa nova to the classic EB harmony sound.This 45 is monster psychedelic soul If you don't own it, you need it. See for yourself: Jerms - Baby, Baby, Love - MP3
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  • ReynaldoReynaldo 6,054 Posts

    Won this for a third of where my snipe was set--always good when that happens.

  • 99Problems99Problems 1,541 Posts




  • RockadelicRockadelic Out Digging 13,993 Posts

    Top left is weird christian poetry from Ric Masten, Lower left is local Dallas Jazz LP by Kenny Pore

    The Jiri Stivin is surprisingly good prog/jazz/psych with lots of guitar and effects

  • Jonny_PaycheckJonny_Paycheck 17,825 Posts




    That's a chill record. Nice price too. I can't really get with the off-key harmonies but the production is great.

    Pulled these in a certified big dude trade a couple days ago:






  • leisurebanditleisurebandit 1,006 Posts
    can't really hang w/ that ^^^ , but i'll play...

    Jon Lucien- I am Now (rca)
    B.B. King- Live + Well (Bluesway)
    Chi-Lites- Give more Power to the People (Brusnwick)
    Richard Davis- Song for Wounded Knee (Flying Dutchman)
    Pointer Sisters- s/t (Blue Thumb)
    Bobby Hutcherson- Linger Lane (Blue Note)
    Jackson 5- Skywriter (Motown) (this is not the best Jacksons record)

    and from Mo Rocky Mole (thanks holmmie!):
    Laura Allen- Reflections (hippy goddess record)
    Emitt Rhodes- s/t

  • 99Problems99Problems 1,541 Posts





    Looks to be in great shape too. This cover would make a dope t-shirt.

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    Black Rhythm Truth[/b] Band

    K.

  • queequegqueequeg 65 Posts
    Come ups and get downs from Reading PA flea markets, thrifts and shhh spots




    Cover rinked but record nice. Always a nice score for a buck


    Fred Neil buddy goes a similar route as his partner on a late 60s Capitol release with some long psych folk jamming


    My favorite Fahey. Earlier release not usually seen in these parts. Track 2 "When the Springtime Comes Again" is very pretty


    Cute pop psych arranged by Roger Nicholls of Roger Nicholls & the Small Circle of Friends fame


    Looks like early 70s private steez from Michigan that turned out a little better than I expected. mp3 A turd to some for sure but I am feeling this


    eBay buy-it-now. clean US presses of this are just hard to find. Aussies loved it though. Always Aussie copies out the ass


    Finally thanks to Dan g for the hookup on this long time want

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    Picked up these, all doubles.







    k IN Canada.

  • CosmoCosmo 9,767 Posts
    Oh shit Wreck a Pum Pum.

  • DrWuDrWu 4,021 Posts
    I confess, more than half of these are
    "mailbox finds" but the net has been coming
    through much better than the locals lately:



    Tate and Exciters scratched off the list, both hooked up by
    Strutters, both excellent soul albums. Thanks to Mike B for the Tate,
    and thanks to Good Records NYC for a few of these records...
    on the local tip, the Earl King is a Charly set of unreleased 1972 sessions
    recorded for Sansu with Allen Toussaint & the Meters on all tracks, dope shit.
    Everly Brothers is a real gem, recorded in UK with the Hollies backing them
    up, a seriously fantastic LP with all kinds of styles from fuzzed
    out rock to bossa nova to the classic EB harmony sound.





    This 45 is monster psychedelic soul

    If you don't own it, you need it. See for yourself:

    Jerms - Baby, Baby, Love - MP3



    I have a Earl King 45 on Listening POst with "Mama and Papa" on it. Says it was released in 1978 but sounds way too funky for then. Could this be the same sessions? Shit is dope. Are the rest of the tunes that good?

  • SoulOnIceSoulOnIce 13,027 Posts


    I have a Earl King 45 on Listening Post with "Mama and Papa" on it. Says it was released in 1978 but sounds way too funky for then. Could this be the same sessions?

    Yes. That song is on this Charly LP.

    Are the rest of the tunes that good?

    Pretty much. A few are better!

  • soulmarcosasoulmarcosa 4,296 Posts
    I wonder if the Tamlins ever wore those heavy coats in Jamaica.

    I've been getting TONS of great Euro 60s/70s club stuff and longtime wants off the bay recently. Maybe I'll list them. Maybe not. In any case, here's an interesting $1 fleamarket score from today:



    Full MP3 download here.

    Is this the same as the rockabilly Johnny Powers? Anyone heard of this one before?

  • RockadelicRockadelic Out Digging 13,993 Posts
    I wonder if the Tamlins ever wore those heavy coats in Jamaica.

    I've been getting TONS of great Euro 60s/70s club stuff and longtime wants off the bay recently. Maybe I'll list them. Maybe not. In any case, here's an interesting $1 fleamarket score from today:



    Full MP3 download here.

    Is this the same as the rockabilly Johnny Powers? Anyone heard of this one before?

    I think it's the same dude that recorded on Sun.......here is a photo of him with some weird looking Rockabilly dude!!



    "In 1960, Johnny was asked to meet with Barry Gordy. He later became the first white artist signed to Motown Records and the only artist in history to have recorded for both, Sun Records and Motown Records."

  • SoulOnIceSoulOnIce 13,027 Posts
    I have this comp LP on Norton

    of his rockabilly stuff, some of which is quite good.


    Doesn't have that track, though - I wish it did.
    Reminds me of Same People-era Roy Head.

  • DJ_NevilleCDJ_NevilleC 1,922 Posts
    Keepers from the past week. My new store in DC is open BTW.

    Alex Konadu - Asaase Asa (Makossa) - one real nice afrobeat track on this one
    Larry Young - Lawrence of Newark (Perception) - great stuff
    Shiva's Headband - Take Me to the Mountains (Capitol)
    Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan - A Living Legend (Liberty) anyone else here think that Bob Wills was a jazz musician?
    Mark Dimond - Brujeira (Vaya)
    Orchestra Harlow - Gettin' Off (Fania)
    Willie Colon - The Hustler (Fania)
    Ricardo Ray - Jala, Jala Boogaloo Volume II (Alegre)
    Chano Martinez Sextet - A Bailar Senores (Decca)
    Von Ryan's Express - S/T (MGM)
    Brian Auger and Julie Driscoll - Streetnoise (Atco)
    James Brown - Today Disco Soul (Polydor)
    The Who - BBC Sessions (BBC)
    Junior Wells - Southside Blues Jam (Delmark)
    Hugo Montenegro - Hugo in Wonderland (RCA)
    Mashmakhan - S/T (Epic)
    John Berberian - Middle Eastern Rock (Verve Forecast)
    Funk Inc. - Superfunk (Prestige)
    The Fatback Band - People Music (Perception)
    V/A - Dupont Circle No. 1 (private press) drum circles from DC. late 70's? local interest only
    Twentieth Century Zoo - Thunder on a Clear Day (Vault) - lotsa fuzz. bought at Gimme Gimme in NYC.

    12"s-
    BLT - Tighten it Up (Gold Coast)
    Direct Current - Everybody Here Must Party (TEC)

  • MoogManMoogMan Sao Paulo, Brazil 1,173 Posts
    Keepers from the past week. My new store in DC is open BTW.

    Alex Konadu - Asaase Asa (Makossa) - one real nice afrobeat track on this one
    Larry Young - Lawrence of Newark (Perception) - great stuff
    Shiva's Headband - Take Me to the Mountains (Capitol)
    Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan - A Living Legend (Liberty) anyone else here think that Bob Wills was a jazz musician?
    Mark Dimond - Brujeira (Vaya)
    Orchestra Harlow - Gettin' Off (Fania)
    Willie Colon - The Hustler (Fania)
    Ricardo Ray - Jala, Jala Boogaloo Volume II (Alegre)
    Chano Martinez Sextet - A Bailar Senores (Decca)
    Von Ryan's Express - S/T (MGM)
    Brian Auger and Julie Driscoll - Streetnoise (Atco)
    James Brown - Today Disco Soul (Polydor)
    The Who - BBC Sessions (BBC)
    Junior Wells - Southside Blues Jam (Delmark)
    Hugo Montenegro - Hugo in Wonderland (RCA)
    Mashmakhan - S/T (Epic)
    John Berberian - Middle Eastern Rock (Verve Forecast)
    Funk Inc. - Superfunk (Prestige)
    The Fatback Band - People Music (Perception)
    V/A - Dupont Circle No. 1 (private press) drum circles from DC. late 70's? local interest only
    Twentieth Century Zoo - Thunder on a Clear Day (Vault) - lotsa fuzz. bought at Gimme Gimme in NYC.

    12"s-
    BLT - Tighten it Up (Gold Coast)
    Direct Current - Everybody Here Must Party (TEC)

    Hi Ne*l

    Nice finds!



  • soulmarcosasoulmarcosa 4,296 Posts
    V/A - Dupont Circle No. 1 (private press) drum circles from DC. late 70's?

    anthonypearson

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    IS that Alex Konodu the same person as Aleke Kanonu that played on Stanley Cowell's Regeneration LP and had a killer disco 12 out with Isreal Tolbert on Rojac???

    K.

  • DJ_NevilleCDJ_NevilleC 1,922 Posts
    IS that Alex Konodu the same person as Aleke Kanonu that played on Stanley Cowell's Regeneration LP and had a killer disco 12 out with Isreal Tolbert on Rojac???

    K.

    Not sure. No info on the back of the sleeve as to what instrument he plays. He's Ghanian and the record is from 1978. Mostly highlife with the exception of the one afrobeat track.

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    Is there a picture?

    LOok like this




    K in Canada.

  • ReynaldoReynaldo 6,054 Posts


    Another one down.


  • shitzrshitzr 648 Posts
    "a"train s/t (sooto)
    "a"train "overdue" (sooto)
    ike white "changin times" (la)
    o.s.t. "murph the surf" (motown) sealed
    o.s.t. "winter equinox" (festival) sealed
    "truth of truths" (oak) sealed
    jorge ben "samba nova" (island)
    whitney sunday s/t (decca)
    augustwolf s/t (augustwolf)
    ole blue o.s.t. "the baby maker" (ode)
    wild turkey "turkey" (chrisalys)
    the elephant s/t (big tree)
    i sogni della musica n.3
    and a couple of dope jesus records with breaks and maaad loops.
    total=$70

    eddie drennon "collage" (friends & co)
    black sheep "choice is yours" test press
    got both in a truly absurd trade.

    and big ups to jinx for:
    lonnie hewitt "keepin it together" (wee)
    rene & angela "wall to wall" (capitol)
    ben sidran "don't let go" (blue thumb)
    an awesomely terrible southeast asian record
    and "tell me when to GOOOOOOOOO!!!!" 12in

    YA'LL SLEPT if you didn't got to his house on saturday. seriously, heat for $3-5 bucks?!?!?!?! c'mon.

  • flea:
    larry willis >> inner crisis (groove merch)
    pharoah sanders >> izipho zam (strata east)
    sun ra >> nuits de la fondation maeght (shandar)
    dom um romao >> s/t (muse)
    z factor >> fast cars (mitchbal) 12"
    biz >> make the music (prism) ep
    edward bear >> last song (capitol) 45 ps
    all $1 cept the biz mark

  • luckluck 4,077 Posts
    Kane County Flea Market, $1 or 2 each (no HundoRaers. Just stuff.):

    Smokey Robinson & the Miracles - Special Occasion (I had no copy of this record before. I was an idiot. If you find yourself without this LP, buy it immediately)
    David McCallum - Music: A Bit More of Me (I knew I'd eventually cop this for cheap. A one-tracker, as we all know)
    Tim Hardin - 1 (I am about to find out if this is shit or not. Hype both ways demands I be the arbitor)
    Henry Cow - Leg End (I keep seeing the cover all over the place. How can I pass up crochet, writ large, like that?)
    John Coltrane - Coltrane's Sound
    Xaviera Hollander - Xaviera! (Lovage samples that were too good to pass up)

    and
    Silver Apples - s/t (With poster, all minted up.)

  • pickwick33pickwick33 8,946 Posts


    Full MP3 download here.

    Is this the same as the rockabilly Johnny Powers? Anyone heard of this one before?

    I've never heard of this record before, but if that photo is any indication, that can't be the rockabilly Johnny Powers. Doesn't look like the same man. Even when you add twenty years.

  • MrSeanMrSean 57 Posts
    Sunday afternoon shopping:

  • m_dejeanm_dejean Quadratisch. Praktisch. Gut. 2,946 Posts


    Nina Simone "Come Ye" is melting my face right now. Got to hear that again and again and again.

  • Birdman9Birdman9 5,417 Posts
    flea:
    larry willis >> inner crisis (groove merch)
    pharoah sanders >> izipho zam (strata east)
    sun ra >> nuits de la fondation maeght (shandar)
    dom um romao >> s/t (muse)
    z factor >> fast cars (mitchbal) 12"
    biz >> make the music (prism) ep
    edward bear >> last song (capitol) 45 ps
    all $1 cept the biz mark

    Nice!




  • also picked up The God Squad Jesus Christ Greatest Hits on Rare Earth who else has this?dope funky gospel.
    and some other shit that i cant remember right now...Hubert Laws Rite of Spring,Lenny Williams,Billy Eckstine etc.
    all were $1 or $2
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