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MosaikCamo & Krooked are back with their new album "Mosaik", the follow up to 2013's critically acclaimed "Zeitgeist." Their most recent double A-Side "Good Times Bad Times" and "Honesty" represent the new album as an ambitious project, featuring a host of skilled session musicians and industry professionals such as Simon Brittons, who's famously worked alongside Kool & The Gang, Eminem, Usher and Jimmy Cliff.LP 1
1. Broken Pieces (feat. Nihils)
3. Slow Down (feat. Robb)
4. If I Could (feat. Joe Killington)
6. Good Times Bad Times
7. Heat Of The Moment
2. Dissolve Me (feat. Klei)
3. Mandala (feat. Mefjus)
4. Last Of The Tribe
6. The Sloth
7. Black Or White (feat. Tasha Baxter)
8. Come Together
9. Like I Do (feat. James Hersey)$22.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
The eclectic soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino's Oscar nominated 1994 film features dialog from the movie as well as selections by Chuck Berry, Maria McKee, Al Green, The Statler Brothers, Kool & The Gang, Ricky Nelson and Dusty Springfield to name a few!1. Pumpkin and Honey Bunny (Dialogue)/Misirlou - Dick Dale, Amanda Plummer, Tim Roth
2. Royale With Cheese - Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta
3. Jungle Boogie - Kool & the Gang
4. Let's Stay Together - Al Green
5. Bustin' Surfboards - The Tornadoes
6. Lonesome Town - Rick Nelson
7. Son of a Preacher Man - Dusty Springfield
8. Zed's Dead, Baby [Dialogue] - Centurian, Maria De Medeiros, Bruce Willis
9. Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest (Dialogue)/You Never Can Tell - Chuck Berry, Jerome Patrick Hoban
10. Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon - Urge Overkill
11. If Love Is a Red Dress (Hang Me in Rags) - Maria McKee
12. Bring Out the Gimp (Dialogue)/Comanche - Peter Green, Duane Whitaker
13. Flowers on the Wall - The Statler Brothers
14. Personality Goes a Long Way [Dialogue] - Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta
15. Surf Rider - The Lively Ones
16. Ezekiel 25:17 [Dialogue] - Samuel L. Jackson$37.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Hot Pepper (Discontinued)The rise to fame of the talented Impossibles is one which will never be described as such. Historically regarded as a legendary and iconic 70s era string-pop band in their native land of Thailand, the Impossibles became well known internationally for their covers of Western rock songs.
Having become nationally recognized in 1970 after winning the Thai Musicians Award for best professional band in the country (an award they would win the next two years), the Impossibles knew that they could ride their wave of success to international heights. In 1972 they left Thailand for an engagement in Honolulu, Hawaii the one off gig turned into a year long string of performances, followed by a seventh month European tour a move which raised the stature of the Impossibles to international fame.
In 1975, the Impossibles became the first band in the history of Thailand to sign a recording contract with an international firm (Phonogram). Hot Pepper an all English language recording, was also the first such album recorded overseas by a Thai pop group. In addition to rock and pop, the band's sound frequently crossed over into funk, R&B, country and folk. Two cove rs of Kool and the Gang tracks (Give It Up and Love The Life You Live) appear on their heralded 1975 album Hot Pepper.
Get On Down is proud to present The Impossibles 1975 album Hot Pepper featuring audio completely remastered from the original audio tapes.1. Hot Pepper
2. A Hurting Man
3. Easy To Be Hard
5. Give It Up
6. Love Will Keep Us Together
7. Pretty Thing
8. It Doesn't Always Take Much Time
9. C'mon Baby
10. Love The Life You Live$18.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
These Are The JBsThe Unreleased Album By James Brown's Backing Band: The Bootsy Collins-lead JB's
Never-before-heard James Brown and J.B.'s originals and covers of Jimi Hendrix, Kool & the Gang, the Meters. Contains a 12-page booklet with full annotation, liner notes by Brown historian Alan Leeds and never-before-published photos.
This album is the Rosetta Stone of funk's dominant idioms, yet its existence has barely been a rumor. In 1970 James Brown perfectly captured a definitive moment in modern music when he ordered Bootsy Collins into the studio to record the tracks that would be test pressed on King Records as These Are The J.B.'s. This album is the epitome of funk music, Brown's innovation that influenced everything that came after it, from Afro-beat to disco to hip-hop. And if there is any funk ensemble as influential as Brown's, in the post-"Cold Sweat" musical landscape, it's the Parliament/Funkadelic contingent. Those two streams, as Grammy Winning James Brown historian Alan Leeds details in this album's liner notes, converged for the first time here.
This link between Brown's funk and all that followed features Bootsy and his young band running through twelve-minute instrumental take of Marva Whitney's "It's My Thing," replete with blues chord changes, alongside interpretations of the Meters, Kool and the Gang and none other than Jimi Hendrix. This is a young band's James Brown-turned-on-his-head style of funk that they nail in a one-minute vamp that pre-dates their obscure but important work as the Houseguests ensemble and embodies the essence of the psychedelic-flavored music that would propel them into the orbit of
George Clinton and his mothership, where they poked cosmic holes in funk's polyrhythmic ozone layer in the mid-1970s.
There are only two extant copies of the original King Records test press LP of These Are The J.B.'s. This, the first commercial issue of this album, was overseen by Now-Again's Egon alongside Leeds and Universal Music Group's James Brown expert Harry Weinger. It was mastered specifically for vinyl by Elysian Master's Dave Cooley from the original two-track stereo master that James Brown and his engineer Ron Lenhoff delivered to production forty-four years ago. It comes with a 12-page booklet with liner notes by Leeds and Egon and many unpublished photographs and ephemera.
This title is not eligible for discount.1. These Are The JBs (Part 1 & 2)
2. I'll Ze
3. The Grunt (Part 1 & 2)
4. When You Feel It, Grunt If You Can$24.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Hustler's Convention (Out of Stock)'This is a masterpiece of jailhouse blues and cinematic street rap... it deserves its growing reputation as a lost classic.' * * * * - Uncut
'A cornerstone in the development of what is now a part of global culture' Fab 5 Freddy 'a verbal bible' - Chuck D (Public Enemy)
Brought to life by Lightnin' Rod a.k.a Jalal of the Last Poets and backed by music from Kool & The Gang, Buddy Miles, Billy Preston and more, Hustlers' Convention is a concept album documenting the rise and fall of Sport, a street gambler who ends up in jail after a shoot-out with the police.
His street tales of card games, throwing dice and chasing women influenced Wu Tang, Ice T, Public Enemy, Jungle Brothers and many more while also playing a key role in establishing rap as an accepted modern musical art form.
A documentary about the album and its pivotal role in the evolution of hip hop is currently being made. The film features interviews with Chuck D, Melle Mel, KRS One Fab 5 Freddy and more.
This vinyl edition is pressed on heavyweight (180g) vinyl and is packaged in a gatefold sleeve.Sport
The Cafe Black Rose
Brother Hominy Grit
Coppin' Some Fronts For The Set
Hamhock's Hall Was Big
The Bones Fly From Spoon's Hand
The Break Was So Loud, It Hushed The Crowd
Four Bitches Is What I Got
The Shit Hits The Fan Again
Sentenced To The Chair$29.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock