6 LPs for £5.
K C & The Sunhine Band – Do It Good
I love the look of the UK Jay Boy label.
And there is something extra special about it in the middle of an LP.
A German issue from 1980 in sparkling condition.
This was the hairy ones’ third LP, originally released in 1973,
when they were still down home and dirty and before they
became too formulaic.
It includes the magnificent “La Grange”.
I have this already but must be able to make a profit on this copy.
Includes the timeless “Summer Madness”.
Irresistible disco-jazz-funk beats from Rinder & Lewis.
Post The Jones Girls on vocals.
Dig the yellow vinyl!
There were a whole series of these, this is the first so wasn’t called Vol. 1 although that is, essentially, what it is. Scratched and crackly, but then after all these years that’s generally par for the course with these albums. I love the crackles anyway: adds to the atmosphere and conjures up images of all the parties this must have been played at as the 60s became the 70s.
And the cream of the crop....
Complete with scratches and some surface noise again,
but that can’t hide the fact that this LP is stunning!!
A compilation LP from 1966.
My purchase of the year so far, and I will be lucky to find
something as good.
Here is the full track listing:
See what I mean - I can assure you every one is right out of the top drawer. There can’t have been many better blues/soul compilations than this issued - ever, and Marble Arch was a budget label under the UK Pye umbrella.