Olivia Records (mary watkins, baba yaga, bebe k'roche, teresa trull)
Also this album has a great cover of "Back in Love Again" :
http://www.soulstrut.com/audio/lillith.mp3The Berkeley Women' Music Collective album on Olivia has a passable retitled ripoff of Donnie Hathaway's "The Ghetto" as I recall.
Wow. A viable music thread!
I always wondered about these guys, but Laurin Rinder confirms he's straight.
More in the etc. category
Patrick Cowley worked with Sylvester.
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So great. I remember Unsung did a great piece on him awhile back that I enjoyed. I can't imagine how tough it must of been for him back then just being himself.
Not his biggest hit, but I will forever love this record. When he drops in at 7:17... Amazing!
what record is that, it's not available in my country :(
I came into this thread thinking about this Sylvester song, what bass:
Over and Over.
Does this one work?
Dollar finds at the swap meet. Roadmaster is Indianapolis glam rock. No One With A Bullet is an early 80s Los Angeles indy label compilation. Alwyn Wall Band is Christian rock with a drum break. Last of Bill Bruford's solo run. JB has some open drums and a two bar loop I'm working on now. Dave Brubeck moved to Atlantic Records, enlisted his sons and went electric in tribute to his mentors Duke Ellington and Darius Milhaud, who both died within weeks before this recording. Very good stuff.
The best find however is this:
Japanese soul-jazz instrumental covers of the country's then contemporary pop hits. One is a Hammond organ version of this
The AtGB one was put on a Groove Sounds In Nippon volume (https://www.discogs.com/Various-Groove-Sounds-In-Nippon-Shakin-My-Soul/release/7767846) in the late 90s which used this cover.