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Ten years after our initial survey of Afro-Latin accented rhythm &
blues from the mid-century, Jazzman proudly presents a fourth
installment, packed with as many musical surprises as the first. With
music plucked from an era spanning the late 1940s into the early 60s,
Jukebox Mambo IV highlights yet again the unparalleled musical
creativity of the post war era, and shows how the infusion of afro-latin
rhythms was key to these revolutions.
Lovingly and painstakingly researched and curated, the album boasts 23
tracks, many previously uncompiled, touching on jazz, blues, doo wop,
calypso, rock & roll, gospel and more. Featuring individual track
notes for every song along with some never seen before photographs of
the artists, Jukebox Mambo Vol IV maintains the same high production
values of each previous volume, and indeed the wider Jazzman catalogue.
Gitarrist Mel Browns Impulse!-Debüt von 1967 ist das möglicherweise
funkigste als auch ungewöhnlichste Album, das je auf dem Label
veröffentlicht wurde. Browns flüssiger Blues-Picking-Stil – den er sich
zulegte, als er in den Bands von John Lee Hooker und T-Bone Walker
spielte – garniert mit der swingenden Soul-Jazz-Orgel von Gerald
Wiggins. Besondere Highlights sind der Titeltrack, „Greasy Spoon“ und
das blues-getränkte „I’m Goin’ to Jackson“.
Mighty Eye Records is proud to present its debut release, the
self-titled album by 10th Street. Comprised of some of the best NYC
musicians to grace the music scene in the past 20 plus years, this ode
to late ’70s disco, funk and boogie is sure to be a future classic! Recorded
at Soul Fire Studios (Williamsburg, Bklyn) over the course of two
years, over two dozen musicians were involved in the making of this
album, including members of El Michels Affair, Lee Fields & The
Expressions, The Dap-Kings, Antibalas and more.This eight track
LP was produced and engineered by Jeff ‘Dynamite’ Silverman (Soul Fire
Records, Truth & Soul Records, Aloe Blacc), assistant engineered by
Lucas Goodman (Lion Babe), mixed by Chris Connors (Liam Bailey, Holy
Hive) and mastered by Ryan Schwabe.Notable contributions on 10th
Street include Horn Arrangements by Michael Leonhart and String
Arrangements by Leon Michels. Also including the ever talented Terri
Walker (Lady) and Camille Sledge (Sister Sledge, Phoenix Afrobeat
Orchestra) on vocals.
Debut album by PM Warson, including two of his 2021 singles. Manufactured in Hamburg on circa 140 g vinyl and sold world-wide. First production had matte, dry covers whereas the second round is manufactured with shiny covers. Vinyl comes in a hard-paper inner sleeve with a photography on the front and track and personel listings on the back.
Many collectors had thought the first Coxsone LP was “All Star Top Hits”, but this “Stars On Parade” is the real owner of that honor. The original pressing was quite few and most copies disappeared.Extremely rare in Jamaican musical history and it has high historical value as the distinguished Studio One’s first album.
The liner notes by Brian Keyo include firsthand information from the artists which reveal the background of the Jamaican music scene at that time