FIFTY FOOT HOSE’S CAULDRON

Psychedelic Moogy-Rock album from the late 60s.
This LP record is beautiful, the sound is heavy, very sample-able! LOL
Hope you’ll enjoy it.

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On the Limelight label (Mercury), record number LS 86062, from 1967, first and only album of the band, they broke up mid-1968.

Tracklist :

01 — And After
02 — If Not This Time
03 — Opus 777
04 — The Things That Concern You
05 — Opus 11
06 — Red The Sign Post
07 — For Paula
08 — Rose
09 — Fantasy
10 — God Bless The Child
11 — Cauldron

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THE DEIRDRE WILSON TABAC – SELF TITLED

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(RCA Victor LSP-4283 stereo, 1970)

Tracklist :

01 — The other side of life
02 — The Dock Of The Bay
03 — Let’s All Join Together
04 — Get Back
05 — Angel Baby
06 — The Last Thing On His Mind
07 — I Can’t Keep From Cryin’ Sometimes
08 — Look In My Face
09 — Magic One
10 — I Got You


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47 TIMES ITS OWN WEIGHT – CUMULO NIMBUS

Mike Mordecai (Fable Records)

“The main focus was to get my own record, STARCROST, out.
The concept was to start an independent label so that it would be taken more seriously.

Greelon Landon had mentioned in our lunch that band‚Äôs that released their own records without a label were looked at as a joke, but that if you could get on a small independent label that might be good. There weren‚Äôt any small independent labels in Austin at that time, so I decided to start one. Not having any experience (other than our demo recording at Acme), I decided to start the Fable label with three bands – I chose to begin with 47 X ITS OWN WEIGHT because they were an instrumental band and I would learn to record the instruments without vocal distractions first. I would follow with STEAM HEAT to learn to add in vocals. Both of these bands were made up of musicians who were friends of mine from college. I figured by the time I finished these two projects, I would be an expert and ready to produce STARCROST.”

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Tracklist :

1— Weedhopper
2— March Of The Goober Woobers
3— 47 Tears
4— Jig
5— Halyards
6— Cumulo Nimbus

Is it really worth $590?

James Brown – Motherlode

January 3, 2007


JAMES BROWN – MOTHERLODE

Rare and unreleased grooves by James Brown.
The compilation came out in 1988, released by [of course] Polydor.
It features a bonus remix of “I Got Ants In My Pants & I Want To Dance” and this expanded version also features “You’ve Changed” and “Bodyheat (alternate mix)”

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Tracklisting:

01 — There It Is (Live) (3:05)
. Bass – Fred Thomas (2)
. Drums – John Morgan (2)
. Organ – James Brown
. Saxophone [Alto] – Jimmy Parker
. Trumpet – Darryl Hassan Jamison , Isiah Ike Oakley

02 — She’s The One (2:52)
. Organ – James Brown
. Saxophone [Baritone] – Louis Tilford

03 — Since You’ve Been Gone (5:33)
. Bass – Bootsy Collins
. Guitar – Catfish Collins
. Vocals – Bobby Byrd

04 — Untitled Instrumental (3:22)
. Bass – Bootsy Collins
. Guitar – Catfish Collins
. Organ – Bobby Byrd
. Saxophone [Tenor] – Robert Chopper McCollough
. Trumpet – Darryl Hassan Jamison

05 — Say It Loud (Say It Live) (4:50)

06 — Can I Get Some Help (4:56)
. Organ – Pee Wee Ellis

07 — You Got To Have A Mother For Me (5:10)
. Drums – Nat Jones
. Percussion – Bennie Parks
. Saxophone [Alto] – Pee Wee Ellis
. Trumpet – Waymon Reed

08 — Funk Bomb (Instrumental) (4:12)
. Bass – Bernard Odum
. Saxophone [Alto] – Pee Wee Ellis
. Trombone – Levi Rasbury
. Trumpet – Joe Dupars , Waymon Reed

09 — Baby, Here I Come (4:27)

10 — People Get Up And Drive Your Funky Soul (Remix) (9:04)

11 — I Got Ants In My Pants (Remix) (7:27)
. Bass – Fred Thomas (2)
. Guitar – Robert Coleman
. Organ – Bobby Byrd
. Saxophone [Alto] – Jimmy Parker
. Trumpet – Isiah Ike Oakley , Russell Crimes