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151 - VARIOUS (SEATTLE FUNK, MODERN SOUL & BOOGIE) - WHEEDLE'S GROOVE, VOL 2 1972-1987 - (CD) 
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Nr. 2 in a series of compilations from the Seattle Funk, Modern Soul & Boogie scene. In 2004, the first volume of Wheedles Groove shone a light on the formerly unheralded soul scene in 1960s and 70s Seattle, followed by a new album in 2008, and then an award winning feature-length documentary film. The on-going Wheedles Groove series continues to present a vast chapter of the citys musical heritage that has little to do with long-haired rock dudes with guitars. No - in the world of Wheedles Groove, platform shoes and pimp hats were the order of the day.But unlike Volume I, Seattles soul scene did not stop in 1975. A new volume, Wheedles Groove Vol. II, documents the period from 1972 to 1987, when funk was superseded by disco and modern soul. Heading into the 80s, artists in the Emerald City caught wind of the hip-hop and electro scenes that were growing in bigger cities across America, and gave the music their own distinct spin.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Epicentre - Get Off The Phone 02. Priceless - Love In Your Life 03. Don Brown - Don't Lose Your Love 04. Deuce Featuring Clevon - Your Love Is Fine (lovin' Fine) 05. Push - You Turn Me On (portland Session) 06. Seattle Pure Dynamite - I Wonder Love 07. Septimus - Here I Go Again 08. Priceless - Look At Me 09. Lenny Randle & Ballplayers Featuring "rashawna" - Kingdome 10. Malik Din - Trouble In Mind 11. Romel Westwood - I'm Through With You 12. Teleclere - Steal Your Love 13. Steppen Stones - Darlin Oh Darlin 14. Cold, Bold & Together - Let's Backtrack 15. Unfinished Business - Holding On 16. Frederick Robinson Iii - Love One Another 17. Bernadette Bascom - I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love 18. Robbie Hill's Family Affair - Don't Give Up


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 20-06-2014
Item # : 464748     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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152 - VARIOUS (SEATTLE FUNK, MODERN SOUL & BOOGIE) - WHEEDLE'S GROOVE, VOL 2 1972-1987 - (LP) 
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Nr. 2 in a series of compilations from the Seattle Funk, Modern Soul & Boogie scene. In 2004, the first volume of Wheedles Groove shone a light on the formerly unheralded soul scene in 1960s and 70s Seattle, followed by a new album in 2008, and then an award winning feature-length documentary film. The on-going Wheedles Groove series continues to present a vast chapter of the citys musical heritage that has little to do with long-haired rock dudes with guitars. No - in the world of Wheedles Groove, platform shoes and pimp hats were the order of the day.But unlike Volume I, Seattles soul scene did not stop in 1975. A new volume, Wheedles Groove Vol. II, documents the period from 1972 to 1987, when funk was superseded by disco and modern soul. Heading into the 80s, artists in the Emerald City caught wind of the hip-hop and electro scenes that were growing in bigger cities across America, and gave the music their own distinct spin.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Epicentre - Get Off The Phone 02. Priceless - Love In Your Life 03. Don Brown - Don't Lose Your Love 04. Deuce Featuring Clevon - Your Love Is Fine (lovin' Fine) 05. Push - You Turn Me On (portland Session) 06. Seattle Pure Dynamite - I Wonder Love 07. Septimus - Here I Go Again 08. Priceless - Look At Me 09. Lenny Randle & Ballplayers Featuring "rashawna" - Kingdome 10. Malik Din - Trouble In Mind 11. Romel Westwood - I'm Through With You 12. Teleclere - Steal Your Love 13. Steppen Stones - Darlin Oh Darlin 14. Cold, Bold & Together - Let's Backtrack 15. Unfinished Business - Holding On 16. Frederick Robinson Iii - Love One Another 17. Bernadette Bascom - I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love 18. Robbie Hill's Family Affair - Don't Give Up

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Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 2
Release date: 09-07-2014
Item # : 464749     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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153 - VARIOUS (TUMBLEWEED RECORDS 1971-73) - SING IT HIGH SING IT LOW - (CD) 
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In February of 1971, Larry Ray and Bill Szymczyk fled an earthquake and a debauched L.A. music scene to claim their own slice of utopia in Denver, Colorado. After meeting and bonding at ABC-Dunhill, where Ray landed as general manager, and where Szymczyk had breezed in from New York - fresh off his first real hit as a burgeoning engineer/producer with BB Kings "The Thrill is Gone" - theyd often daydreamed about starting their own label. In Denver, Ray and Szymczyk settled on the name Tumbleweed Records, and through industry connections they secured multi-million-dollar financing from Gulf + Western, whose head honchos believed they were bankrolling the hippie movements next big thing.But instead of producing the next Janis Joplin or Jimi Hendrix, Ray and Szymczyk turned their sights on idiosyncratic wunderkinds like Pete McCabe, moody songwriters Robb Kunkel and Danny Holien, psych-folk rocker Arthur Gee, all the while providing a platform for more established musicians like Albert Collins and Dewey Terry (of Don & Dewey fame), while launching the career of Michael Stanley.It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, and, per Szymczyk, it was a "bitchin disco time." Drugs, parties, poetry, celebrities, money-Tumbleweed had it all, except airplay and distribution. Two years after its storied start, the label was finished.Ray would go on to various opportunities, including producing five country albums alongside Bill Halverson, while Szymczyk would soon skyrocket to fame after producing The Eagles Hotel California. Yet most of Tumbleweed's artists have been relegated to thrift store bin obscurity-until now. This landmark release not only showcases Rays vision and Szymczyks early work, but begins a major reappraisal of Tumbleweeds catalog by bringing these songs out of the shadow of the Rocky Mountains and back into the spotlight.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Danny Holien - Colorado 02. Dewey Terry - Sweet As Spring 03. Robb Kunkel - Turn Of The Century 04. Arthur Gee-whizz Band - Sunday Sherry 05. Michael Stanley - Rosewood Bitters 06. Dewey Terry - Do On My Feet (what I Did In The Street) 07. Danny Holien - Hick 08. Arthur Gee - Plain Talk 09. Robb Kunkel - Abyss 10. Pete Mccabe - Late Letter


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 08-05-2017
Item # : 500338     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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154 - VARIOUS (TUMBLEWEED RECORDS 1971-73) - SING IT HIGH SING IT LOW - (LP) 
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In February of 1971, Larry Ray and Bill Szymczyk fled an earthquake and a debauched L.A. music scene to claim their own slice of utopia in Denver, Colorado. After meeting and bonding at ABC-Dunhill, where Ray landed as general manager, and where Szymczyk had breezed in from New York - fresh off his first real hit as a burgeoning engineer/producer with BB Kings "The Thrill is Gone" - theyd often daydreamed about starting their own label. In Denver, Ray and Szymczyk settled on the name Tumbleweed Records, and through industry connections they secured multi-million-dollar financing from Gulf + Western, whose head honchos believed they were bankrolling the hippie movements next big thing.But instead of producing the next Janis Joplin or Jimi Hendrix, Ray and Szymczyk turned their sights on idiosyncratic wunderkinds like Pete McCabe, moody songwriters Robb Kunkel and Danny Holien, psych-folk rocker Arthur Gee, all the while providing a platform for more established musicians like Albert Collins and Dewey Terry (of Don & Dewey fame), while launching the career of Michael Stanley.It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, and, per Szymczyk, it was a "bitchin disco time." Drugs, parties, poetry, celebrities, money-Tumbleweed had it all, except airplay and distribution. Two years after its storied start, the label was finished.Ray would go on to various opportunities, including producing five country albums alongside Bill Halverson, while Szymczyk would soon skyrocket to fame after producing The Eagles Hotel California. Yet most of Tumbleweed's artists have been relegated to thrift store bin obscurity-until now. This landmark release not only showcases Rays vision and Szymczyks early work, but begins a major reappraisal of Tumbleweeds catalog by bringing these songs out of the shadow of the Rocky Mountains and back into the spotlight.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Danny Holien - Colorado 02. Dewey Terry - Sweet As Spring 03. Robb Kunkel - Turn Of The Century 04. Arthur Gee-whizz Band - Sunday Sherry 05. Michael Stanley - Rosewood Bitters 06. Dewey Terry - Do On My Feet (what I Did In The Street) 07. Danny Holien - Hick 08. Arthur Gee - Plain Talk 09. Robb Kunkel - Abyss 10. Pete Mccabe - Late Letter

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Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 08-05-2017
Item # : 500339     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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155 - WALKER, PETER - "SECOND POEM TO KARMELA" OR GYPSIES ARE IMPORTANT - (CD) 
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The rare 1968 follow-up to Walkers seminal Rainy Day Raga LP. Second Poem takes things further out - accompanied by flutist Jim Pepper (of The Free Spirits) with violin, tabla, & tamboura. Extended notes detail Walkers own Eastern Modal journey as told to guitar scholar Glenn Jones. Walker is the missing link between Ravi Shankar, Sandy Bull, and Timothy Leary in more ways than one.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Second Song 02. I & Thou 03. Southwind 04. Tear 05. Barefoot 06. Gypsy Song 07. Circus Day 08. Blake Street 09. Socco Chico 10. Mixture

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 25-02-2014
Item # : 454066     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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156 - WALKER, PETER - "SECOND POEM TO KARMELA" OR GYPSIES ARE IMPORTANT - (LP) 
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The rare 1968 follow-up to Walkers seminal Rainy Day Raga LP. Second Poem takes things further out - accompanied by flutist Jim Pepper (of The Free Spirits) with violin, tabla, & tamboura. Extended notes detail Walkers own Eastern Modal journey as told to guitar scholar Glenn Jones. Walker is the missing link between Ravi Shankar, Sandy Bull, and Timothy Leary in more ways than one.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Second Song 02. I & Thou 03. Southwind 04. Tear 05. Barefoot 06. Gypsy Song 07. Circus Day 08. Blake Street 09. Socco Chico 10. Mixture

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Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 13-03-2014
Item # : 454067     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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157 - WHEEDLE'S GROOVE - KEARNEY BARTON - (CD) 
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Kearney Barton, an album of 9 new earth shaking, head nodding grooves, including Patrinell (Pastor Pat Wright) Staten and the Total Experience Gospel Choir's interpretation of Soundgarden's 'Jesus Christ Pose,' Overton Berry's keyboard led 'Humpty Dumpty' (originally recorded by Placebo/Marc Moulin), and the long overdue reunion of Ron Buford with Ural Thomas -- the talented pair behind the 1965 local smash 'Deep Soul.' Far from retro cash grab rehash, this is a serious funk throw down and original work of art, shaming musicians half their ages in the process. Super sonic Seattle funk and soul, it's time to let the world know the score!"

TRACKLISTING: 01. Babyback 02. Hoe 03. Jesus Christ Pose 04. Humpty Dumpty 05. Everything Good Is Bad 06. Rainy Sea 07. Sea Of Grass 08. Fools Gold 09. Track 9


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 03-09-2009
Item # : 417583     
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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158 - ZUIDER ZEE - ZEENITH - (CD) 
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An early/mid-1970s group that sound like a hybrid between T-Rex and Big Star, might sound like a band that should be universally adored but Memphis Zuider Zee have remained something of an untapped curiosity. Until now. With this first time release of the album Zeenith, recorded between 1972 and 74 and featuring all previously unheard tracks, the band should no longer be a boxed-up mystery. Prior to Zeenith, Zuider Zees 1975 self-titled LP was the only record out there that existed. Released on Columbia, it was hailed as a true great power pop record of the time by groups such as Cheap Trick. "Rick Nielsen called me one night," Zuider Zees Richard Orange recalls. "He was asking about why werent we bigger and doing as well as they were. He said: "Man, youre so damn good, do you know where I have your phone number? I have your number right beneath John Lennons number. Fuggin John Lennon, Richard! Despite love from such bands and a later line-up of Zuider Zee even supporting the Sex Pistols at the Taliesyn Ballroom in Memphis in 1978; "Sid Vicious stumbling around out of his gourd. It was very unremarkable, the whole event." remembers Orange - and with Columbia never even releasing a single for radio, Zuider Zee never quite took off and dissolved into the ether of cult band land. However, an untold chapter of the groups history has now been unearthed as Light In The Attics ability to pluck gold from seemingly nowhere continues on this release. Comprised entirely of previously unreleased tracks, Zeenith is an album in which sugar-coated glam stomp nestles up alongside Mersey beat and where rousing power pop, crunchy rock and a undercurrent of pop-peppered psychedelia all merge seamlessly. * All tracks previously unreleased * Re-mastered from the original tapes by John Baldwin * Compilation and liner notes by Alec Palao, in cooperation with band members Richard Orange and Gary Simon Bertrand * Booklet with unseen photos, deep notes and lyrics * The track "Nightlight" is a CD/Digital only track * "Old - Long Version" appears on the CD while "Old - Single Version" appears on the LP

TRACKLISTING: 01. Haunter Of The Darkness 02. Lancelot's Theme 03. Old (long Version) 04. Miami 05. Lana 06. Ackbar Didedar 07. After The Shine's Gone 08. Better Than All The Others 09. Royal Command Performance 10. Quite A While 11. Nightlight 12. Might Be I'm Losing My Mind


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 08-06-2018
Item # : 513888     NEW
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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159 - ZUIDER ZEE - ZEENITH - (LP) 
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An early/mid-1970s group that sound like a hybrid between T-Rex and Big Star, might sound like a band that should be universally adored but Memphis Zuider Zee have remained something of an untapped curiosity. Until now. With this first time release of the album Zeenith, recorded between 1972 and 74 and featuring all previously unheard tracks, the band should no longer be a boxed-up mystery. Prior to Zeenith, Zuider Zees 1975 self-titled LP was the only record out there that existed. Released on Columbia, it was hailed as a true great power pop record of the time by groups such as Cheap Trick. "Rick Nielsen called me one night," Zuider Zees Richard Orange recalls. "He was asking about why werent we bigger and doing as well as they were. He said: "Man, youre so damn good, do you know where I have your phone number? I have your number right beneath John Lennons number. Fuggin John Lennon, Richard! Despite love from such bands and a later line-up of Zuider Zee even supporting the Sex Pistols at the Taliesyn Ballroom in Memphis in 1978; "Sid Vicious stumbling around out of his gourd. It was very unremarkable, the whole event." remembers Orange - and with Columbia never even releasing a single for radio, Zuider Zee never quite took off and dissolved into the ether of cult band land. However, an untold chapter of the groups history has now been unearthed as Light In The Attics ability to pluck gold from seemingly nowhere continues on this release. Comprised entirely of previously unreleased tracks, Zeenith is an album in which sugar-coated glam stomp nestles up alongside Mersey beat and where rousing power pop, crunchy rock and a undercurrent of pop-peppered psychedelia all merge seamlessly. * All tracks previously unreleased * Re-mastered from the original tapes by John Baldwin * Compilation and liner notes by Alec Palao, in cooperation with band members Richard Orange and Gary Simon Bertrand * Booklet with unseen photos, deep notes and lyrics * The track "Nightlight" is a CD/Digital only track * "Old - Long Version" appears on the CD while "Old - Single Version" appears on the LP

TRACKLISTING: 01. Haunter Of The Darkness 02. Lancelot's Theme 03. Old (single Version) 04. Miami 05. Lana 06. Ackbar Didedar 07. After The Shine's Gone 08. Better Than All The Others 09. Royal Command Performance 10. Quite A While 11. Might Be I'm Losing My Mind


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 08-06-2018
Item # : 513889     NEW
Availability: 2/3 WEEKS, NOT IN STOCK
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