neben dem original-album aus dem jahre 1960 enthält diese 180 gramm vinyl zwei bonustracks, aus dem gleichen aufzeichnungszeitraum: messin‘ with the blues und das instrumental hold it. limitierte pressung auf 180 gramm vinyl.
deluxe triple vinyl edition, half-speed mastered at abbey road studios, pressed on 180 gram vinyl, download code included. six panel gatefold with three inner picture bags.
live at the apollo, volume ii by james brown and the famous flames was originally released in august 1968. a follow-up to the original 1963 album live at the apollo it too was recorded in new york at the apollo theater in harlem. this deluxe edition features a more expanded live set including 19 minute version of “it’s a man’s man’s man’s world”.
night train serves both as a marvellous offering for james brown completists, and, on another level, as a brilliant on-record instrumental jukebox, full of booting saxes, guitar sounds that practically force you to get up and dance, and all propelled by a beat that’s spanned the years without ageing one little bit. so there you have it… a great album that proves what james brown and his friends were doing at the start of the ‘60s still sounds amazingly fresh.
pressing on translucent red 180 gram vinyl.
2 slices of funk rock from the james brown stable.dont mind, a song that will ignite any dancefloor, comes from a rare instrumental lp by james brown sho is funky down here recorded in 1970 and released in 1971, featuring the david mathews trio. sitting here on a tongue is taken from an obscure and rare lp by the grodeck whipperjenny, the david mathews trio again but with added vocals from mary ellen bell and including the drummer jimmy madison, who was also the drummer on jb break classic funky president!!! originally released on people records in 1971 it unfortunately slipped into obscurity but has always been in demand from funk and rock collectors alike.
alltime classics by james brown from 1969 to 71, first released as compilation in 1986 - now digitally remastered on 180gr vinyl! there is nearly no artist, who hasnt sampled one of these grooves yet - a milestone in music history! includes a voucher to download mp3-version of the album.
two extremely heavy james brown tracks here, from two popular us house djs, who pay tribute to the godfather in fine style. first up we have jimmy go boom, that samples jbs i feel alright, the highlight from his live at the apollo vol 2 album on polydor 1967. the track gets remixed in fine style keeping jbs irresistible groove thats made it a hit with djs such as kenny dope, louie vega, craig loftis and dennis ferrer to name a few. the flip sees stomp with the jbs block party favourite give it up or turn it loose make an appearance with the sample of clap ya hands, stomp ya feet a gentle reminder to b boys everywhere to get on the floor! this is used with a cheeky sample from martin circus disco circus and a bassline from cymande turning it into a sure fire party winner
"for once the hardest working man in show business was able to kick back and let others do the work. the result of this project is a collection of fascinating remixes of james browns classic hits. the variety of approaches in these reworkings is outstanding; each artist explores his own personal james brown cosmos and leaves behind an exceptional musical fingerprint. its got to be funky"
one of the biggest hits in the universe gets a respectful remix treatment by half of the japanese electro-rockers readymade, jazz defector. he delievers a nice & smooth 4/4 jazzy floorfiller. already a big seller in japan. on the flip youll get a remix of james browns soul power by co- fusion from tokyo
DONT LEAVE ME THIS WAY: 20 DISCO SIZZLERS (2X12 LP + MP3)
2x12" Vinyl UK04.09.18
simply put, don’t leave me this way gathers together some of the greatest dance records you’ll hear in one place. from the perennial traditional floor fillers such as gloria gaynor’s ‘i will survive’ and rose royce’s ‘car wash’, to classics that paved the way for disco (manu dibango’s ‘soul makossa’ and ‘love’s theme’ by barry white’s love unlimited orchestra), and groove extravaganzas such as hamilton bohannon’s ‘let’s start the dance’ and ohio players’ ‘fire’ - these are 20 tracks of sheer joy. compiled by daryl easlea, the author of acclaimed book everybody dance: chic and the politics of disco, don’t leave me the way is an instant party on two lps. comes with download code.
top-sampler als tribut an den legendären londoner flamingo club, dessen kultige all-nighters partys in den 1950er bis 1960er jahren dem musikbegeisterten londoner publikum jazzigen rhythm n blues, proto-soul und später ska beibrachten. mit 16 top-tunes von james brown, little stevie wonder, byron lee, ray charles, sarah vaughan, prince buster, earl bostic, u.v.a.
fantastic voyage’s autumn 2015 release of soul for dancers proved so successful, that we didn’t have to think twice when lois wilson (mojo, record collector) asked if she could do it all over again. it turns out that there were plenty more classic sides in her dj crates, drawing on that rich seam of early soul and proto-soul rhythm & blues, of the sort that would have packed the dancefloors on the sixties club scene, or has been embraced by subsequent generations of club soul diehards.
*i got soul - blaxploitation mood* - is the first soul music compilation from playoff records. inspired by the blaxploitation movies, the aim is to showcase tracks taken from these films, as well as other lesser known ones that could easily feature in any movie soundtrack. the 70s follow the troubled period of the civil rights movement and the struggle against segregation. the afro-american community is searching for new heroes, some they found in music and cinema. the vinyl lp comes with downloadcode included.
it is like this – tramp records know vintage funk and soul. they know what you want to hear before you know you want to hear it. hell, they even know what you want to hear before you even knew it existed. but in a world where the rediscovery of golden era 60s and 70s funk and soul has been ongoing for the best part of a quarter of a century, how can this still be possible? what is left that hasnt already been repackaged, re-released, compiled and covered to within an inch of its life? listen to feeling nice volume 2 and you will get the answer.
super loud deluxe double gatefold lp plus bonus exclusive future holy grail 7 inch single *carol veal - h way of love*.
it s been a while since the formiddable red astaire dropped gamm battle weapons vol 1 on us. that party wrecking blend set the scene for the long awaited vol. 2.
djs prime & asparagus step up this time, laying down a duo of secret weapons which would raise the game at any soundclash. lil wayne gets expertly fused with a tribe classic, while on the flip the godfather of soul gets a speaker shredding rewire of the highest order. limited edition!
here it is, the long awaited new neophyte release!! this monster hardcore record contains the awesome dj neophyte production back in my brain again, the massive tha playah remix of bodylotions classic neighbourhood crime, the slammin track bang the box which is produced by dj neophyte in co operation with lenny dee and on top of this the cheeky intro james brown & funky shit by the messenger! already heavily supported by loads of hardcore heavyweight djs.