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|Shades Of Joy - Music Of El Topo
| ||Rating: 7.24|
Oct 5 2001 1:00PM
by Josh B
This is actually on the full length lp of "The Music Of El Topo" though it doesn't show up too often! Some of the other cuts are great too! This track(at least on the LP) has a nice crunchy drum break about 5 minutes in! Recorded in San Francisco at CBS studios. Released on the Douglas label out of New York.
Arranged and conducted by Martin Fierro. Some musicians include: Eddie Adams, Ken Bazell, Hadley Caliman, Jack Dorsey, Luis Gasca, Jackie King, Jerry Love, Mel Martin, Frank Morin, Ivory Smylie, Roger 'jellyroll' Troy, Howard Wales, Peter Walsh, and Jymm Young. Music adapted from a late 60's Psychedelic film, "El Topo". Lots of talented Bay Area musicians featured here...Jul 16 2001 4:52PM
by Dean Bradley
From the album 'El Topo' (Douglas #6).
Only released as a 45 (I think) as part of the 'Smoke' Douglas sampler (ref AS71008), alongside 'South Side Strut' by Howard Wales and Jerry Garcia.
Singing Principal - Women's Liberation
Mar 21 2007 4:33AM
some of copies on action was doublesided with ballad,
not this track...Jun 17 2005 9:22AM
Great track with fantastic organ work. Also released on the Action Label for the UK both are as rare as each other, and are worth roughly the same. On the flip side is a soul ballad, no way near as good as Women's liberation. Released in 1972 the singer is Nat Burply, great stuff.
Kashmere Stage Band - Scorpio
| ||Rating: 7.21|
Sep 1 2005 4:40AM
by Eric B.
Can be found on the "Cold Heat: Heavy Funk Rarities 1968-1974" compilation from Now-Again Records.Jun 17 2005 9:11AM
Originally released in 1974 on the Kram record label. Incredibly funky album Zero Point, one for the record collection!
Engineer: Joel Johnson
George Miller, Jesse Jones, Clyde Walker, John Homes, Kirk Odoms (saxophones) Frederick Braggs, Audrey Jones, Abel Sabala, Michael Johnson, Ronnie Davis, John Thomas, Kevin McDowell (trumpets) Jimmie Walker, Gregory Samuels, Gwendolyn Walker, Artie Malone (trombones) Brenday Pyrtle (horn) with the Nut, Bolt and Screw Rhythm Section: Bruce Middleton (tenor sax - solo) Gerald Calhoun (bass) Earl Spiller (guitar) Craig Green (drums)Produced by Conrad O. JohnsonOct 21 2002 9:42PM
by Ryan R.
Bo, Eddie And Inez Cheatham - Lover and A Friend
|Label: Seven B|
Contributor: Tim Henderson
Oct 11 2005 11:30AM
Yep released on capitol records, promo ref: P2150, produced by Joe Banashek.Mar 26 2002 2:45PM
by Josh B
Seven B is the original press. Written and arranged by Edwin Bocage. Backed with "If I Had To Do It Over". Tune-Kel Publishing Co. BMI.Dec 8 2001 2:41PM
Year: 1967May 1 2001 8:01PM
capitol 2150Apr 23 2001 11:17PM
by Tim Henderson
I know that this was also released on Capitol.
Billy - Put Your Own Words To It
Sep 1 2005 3:24AM
by Eric B.
On "Keb Darge's Legendary Deep Funk 1" compilation.Jun 11 2001 5:20PM
I have a vocal version from this instrumental by Billy Guy and the Coasters called "Take it easy greasy" on Sal Wa.Jul 23 2000 6:35AM
by James Trouble
Sniff records are based in California, and this track was arranged by B. Guy-C. Paul and produced by Billy Guy.
As you can guess, Billy is this chaps first name, full name Billy Guy
Mickey & Them - UFO
Sep 3 2007 5:36PM
by Ericka Schiche
The GC acronym stands for Guerra Company. The publishing company listed is Tortilla Music.Apr 1 2003 8:33AM
by Birger Fjallman
Appears on Cali-Tex's "Iron Leg - The Complete Mickey and the Soul Generation" CT-102, CD released 2002.
Recorded: 1973 at Amen Recording in San Antonio
Mickey Foster on keyboard
Chris Urrutia on drums
George Salas on guitar
Engineers Manny Guerra and Gilbert Riviera
A-side of last Single released by the group
Whitefield Brothers, The - Chokin'
|Label: Label: Soul Fire|
Feb 6 2002 12:15PM
Ref: SF-020A. Flip side is "Rampage". Released as Soul Fire's new 'Super Single'. Which means when you lay down this funky 45, you get all 10" worth. And who said size doesn't matter.
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