Monday, 30 March 2015

Record Of The Week: Hank Ballard And The Midnighters - Hey There Sexy Lady

Hey There Sexy Lady
Hank Ballard And The Midnighters
''Hey There Sexy Lady'' 7''

Vocal

Instrumental


Label: Stang Records – ST-5058
Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1974

Tracklisting:
A Hey There Sexy Lady (Vocal)
Written-By – V. Dodson 3:10
B Hey There Sexy Lady (Instrumental) 3:10

Credits:
Arranged By, Conductor – C. Oliver, Walter Morris
Producer – Al Goodman, Harry Ray
Written-By – Al Goodman, Harry Ray, Walter Morris

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Saturday, 28 March 2015

Philly Sound Classics: The Philadelphia International All Stars - Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto

The Philadelphia International All Stars
”Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto”
( LP Philadelphia International Records, 1977 )
Catalog # PIR 82198

Note:
In the late 70's, In an effort to draw attention to rejuvenating the ghettos of Philadelphia, Kenneth Gamble put together an album of Philadelphia International's biggest acts on Let's Clean Up The Ghetto (1977). Artist' include, Lou Rawls, The O'Jays, Billy Paul, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes amongst others. All tracks were recorded exclusively for the album and are unavailable elsewhere. (From Amazon)

Credits:
Arranged By:
Bobby Martin (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1)
Dexter Wansel (tracks: A2, B3)
Jack Faith (tracks: B5)
Lenny Pakula (tracks: B4)
Norman Harris (tracks: A5)
Ron Kersey (tracks: B2)

Producers:
Bobby Martin (tracks: A1, A3)
Bunny Sigler (tracks: B3)
Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B2, B4, B5)
Gene McFadden (tracks: A4)
Harold Melvin (tracks: B5)
John Whitehead (tracks: A4)
Victor Carstarphen (tracks: A4)
Written-By – B. Sigler (tracks: B3)
C. Gilbert (tracks: A2)
D. Wansel (tracks: B3)
F. Neil (tracks: B5)
Gamble & Huff (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B2)
G. McFadden (tracks: A4)
G. S. Heron (tracks: B4)
J. Whitehead (tracks: A4)
R. MacDonald (tracks: A1)
S. Vincent (tracks: A3)
V. Carstarphen (tracks: A4)
W. Salter (tracks: A1)

Notes:
Recorded at Sigma Studios Philadelphia, Pa.
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 1977

Tracklisting:
A1 O’Jays, The The Big Gangster (3:50)
A2 Billy Paul New Day, New World Comin’ (4:30)
A3 Archie Bell & The Drells Old People (3:45)
A4 Intruders, The Save The Children (4:12)
A5 Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes Everybody’s Talkin’ (3:51)
B1 Lou Rawls Trade Winds (3:48)
B2 Philadelphia International All Stars Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto (8:42)
B3 Dee Dee Sharp Gamble Ooh Child (3:32)
B4 Teddy Pendergrass Now Is The Time (3:42)
B5 Three Degrees, The Year Of Decision (2:34)




''Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto” (Vocal)


''You know, I was in
New York City a few months ago
And the garbage and the
Trash men were on strike
I'm talking about the
Maintenance people for the city

What they were trying to do was
They were trying to get
A little more money
You know, get a little raise in pay
But at that particular time
The city was broke
They were about ready
To declare default...''

Reviews:
Issued in July 1977 as Let’s Clean Up the Ghetto by the Philadelphia International All-Stars, this is one of Philly soul’s most socially aware efforts. The album’s title track was a coming together of artists signed to Gamble & Huff’s Philadelphia International Records: Lou Rawls, Billy Paul, Archie Bell, Teddy Pendergrass, Dee Dee Sharp Gamble, and Eddie Levert and Walter Williams of the O’Jays. The compelling track with its “we’re on the move” bassline went to number four R&B, number 91 pop on Billboard’s charts in summer 1977. The profits were allotted to a charity program. Even though the rest of the LP consists of various unreleased tracks, the result is consistent. The brassy “The Big Gangster” by the O’Jays got airplay as an album track. Other highlights are the fervent “Now Is the Time to Do It” by Teddy Pendergrass; the buoyant, optimistic “New World Comin’” by Billy Paul’ and Archie Bell & the Drells’ celebration of seniors, “Old People,” produced by Bunny Sigler. The earnest cut is on Beach Music Anthology, Vol. 3 released by Ripete Records on April 11, 2000. ["Let's Clean Up the Ghetto" can be found on the 1996 Wotre set Mega Funk and Greatest Hits of Philadelphia: 1976-1986 issued by Empire on June 13, 2000.]
By Ed Hogan (AMG)

I was stoked to contribute to Waxpoetics’ Re:Discovery series recently. Besides being a fan of the series (which always exposes me to lost, overlooked albums), writing-wise, it allowed me to contextualize the music however I chose—which was freeing and really fun. If you haven’t heard Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto, and you like ’70s Philly soul, go check it out.
(Originally ran in Waxpoetics issue #33, The Philly Issue)
The planets were aligned for change in 1977. The Vietnam debacle had ended and President Carter begun issuing pardons for nearly ten thousand draft evaders. In the postwar glow, America’s War on Poverty surfaced with renewed boldness. Politicians were reinvigorated and, more importantly, listening.
A wail came from Philly by way of Let’s Clean Up the Ghetto, a Philadelphia International Records comp featuring elites of “The Sound of Philadelphia,” a style that had long dominated R&B charts. Kenneth Gamble (owner of Philadelphia International Records) combined his biggest acts—The Three Degrees, Billy Paul, the O’Jays, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, Lou Rawls, and others—to raise concern about Philly’s growing ghettos. Gamble is quoted on the back as saying: “Anything physical has to first start as a thought…there’s a message in the music.”
Bobby Martin’s arrangement of “Ooh Child”, performed by Dee Dee Sharp Gamble, is pessimistic, dark, and nowhere as sunny as previous recorded versions. The Intruders’ resounding “Save the Children,” paired perfectly with Archie Bell and the Drells’ “Old People,” showed the generational effects of diminished opportunity. And Billy Paul’s buoyant  “New Day, New World Comin’” wove some hope into the record’s ten-songs.
Yet the title track is the project’s real centerpiece. Written by Gamble & Huff and Carey Gilbert, “Let’s Clean Up the Ghetto” is a posse cut of epic proportions. The Philadelphia International All-Stars consisted of Lou Rawls, Billy Paul, Archie Bell, the O’Jays, Teddy Pendergrass, and Dee Dee Sharp Gamble. Rawls pleads for “cleanliness” and “safety” on the opening dialogue sequence, followed by each artist echoing the sentiment, each in their own distinct fashion. Aesthetically, hefty bass and washes of harmony usher the song along for eight-minutes. And while it’s hard to measure the effect of a single recording, it certainly voiced concerns of a voiceless minority, as all the profits from the record went towards local community development as promised.
Kenneth Gamble went on to redevelop South Philadelphia for decades, and Let’s Clean Up the Ghetto marked the start of his community-minded efforts. The project is a timely battle cry given that education, affordable housing, and job creation remain dominant hurdles in many communities of today. With Obama now at the helm, let’s hope populist issues will no longer be approached with elitist policies.

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PIR single ZS8 3627 & Promo AE7 1141
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Leon Huff & Kenny Gamble / Lou Rawls


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Monday, 23 March 2015

MFSRadio Presents: Non Stop Disco 2-2015 For The Good Times

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MFSRadio Presents: Non Stop Disco 2-2015
For The Good Times

Tracklisting:
01. Dan Hartman - Instant Replay (Disco)
02. David Christie - Don't Stop Me I Like It 12''
03. Gary Criss - Rio De Janeiro
04. Gloria Spring -  Baby Come On 12''
05. King Errisson - Manhattan Love Song
06. Loleatta Holloway - Catch Me On The Rebound 12'' (Intro)
07. Sweet Daddy Floyd - I Just Can't Help Myself (Original)
08. The Miami Disco Band  - (I Wanna) Go Home With You

MFSRadio Non Stop Disco 2-2015
Total Time: 01:00:19
Music selected by JP The AM
Radio Program
Inagroove© Productions, 2015

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Record Of The Week: High Voltage - Rock, Spank, Freak

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High Voltage - Rock, Spank, Freak


Label: Queen Constance Records 87-87
Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1979
Time: 11:00

Notes:
Published By – Heavenly Star
Producer – Patricia Brown
Producer, Written-By – Michael Campbell, Peter Brown
Sound Of N.Y.
Publ. by Heavenly Star
Label states that A-Side is "Vocal" and B-Side is "Instrumental", but this is incorrect. It is the same vocal track on each side. Both sides also show an incorrect duration of 14:00, actual running time is 11:00

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Sunday, 22 March 2015

MFSRadio Presents: It Is Just What It Is

MFSRadio Presents:
''It Is Just What It Is''



Tracklisting:
01 Aqualung - Tape 2 Tape (feat. Joel Compass)
02 Anadel - Master Misery
03 Ibeyi - River
04 Geographer - You Say You Love Me
05 Guster - It Is Just What It Is
06 Chromatics - At Your Door
07 Camouflage - Leave Your Room Behind
08 Dan Deacon - Feel The Lightning
09 Indiana - Solo Dancing
10 Amy Lee - Push the Button
11 Father John Misty - True Affection
12 All We Are - Feel Safe
13 Belle and Sebastian - Nobody's Empire
14 Life in Film - Alleyway
15 Mac DeMarco - Chamber Of Reflection

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2015
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Saturday, 21 March 2015

Graham Central Station - Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It (Warner Bros Rec.1975)

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Graham Central Station
''Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It''
( LP Warner Bros. Records, 1975 )
Catalog # BS 2876


Tracklisting:
A1 The Jam (8:12)
A2 Your Love (3:18)
A3 It's Alright (3:46)
A4 I Can't Stand The Rain (6:09)
B1 It Ain't Nothing But A Warner Brother Party (6:03)
B2 Ole Smokey (3:15)
B3 Easy Rider (2:56)
B4 Water (4:26)
B5 Luckiest People (3:45)

Personnel & Credits: 
Producer - Larry Graham
Greg Adams Arranger, Horn Arrangements
Patryce Banks Guitar (Electric), Vocals
Donald Bryant Composer
Butch Organ, Piano, Vocals (Background)
Chocolate Guitar (Electric), Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Dave Dynamite Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic)
Mallory Earl Engineer, Remixing
Larry Graham Arranger, Bass, Clavinet, Cover Art Concept, Cover Design, Drums, Guitar, Horn Arrangements, Organ, Producer, Synthesizer, Timbales, Tympani [Timpani], Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Herbert Greene Art Direction, Cover Design, Photography
Hershall Happiness Clavinet, Synthesizer, Trumpet, Vocals (Background)
Hershall Kennedy Clavinet, Vocals
Patti Rothberg Composer
Tom Salisbury Arranger, String Arrangements
Robert Sam Guitar, Organ, Vocals
Rob Springett Cover Design, Cover Painting
David Vega Guitar, Vocals

Notes:
There´s also a 180 gram reissue with the same catalog number.
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released:1975

Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It-back

Review:
On their third album, Graham Central Station created an album full of trademark infectious pop-soul grooves, but one that lacked the consistently strong work that defines a true classic. However, that doesn't mean that Ain't No 'bout-A-Doubt It is less than listenable: in fact, it contains some of the group's finest songs. The album's all-time funk classic is the opening track "The Jam," a "Dance to the Music"-styled funk workout that intersperses a dazzling group groove with individual solos for each player. "Water" is another strong funk tune, an insistently rhythmic song that blends thump-popping basslines with backwards tape loops to create an intriguing blend of funk and psychedelia. Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It also produced a number one R&B smash in "Your Love," which marries the group's talent for funky grooves to an old-fashioned love song with a melody that harkens back to doo wop. However, not everything on Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It is as strong as these highlights: "It Ain't Nothing but a Warner Bros. Party" is a lightweight jam with throwaway lyrics, and the group's rote version of the Ann Peebles classic "I Can't Stand the Rain" fails to add anything memorable to the song. All in all, Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It lacks the strong material to make it memorable, but its high points make it a worthwhile listen for funk enthusiasts.
By Donald A. Guarisco (AMG)

Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It-label


''The Jam''

Biography:
Graham Central Station is a funk band named after founder Larry Graham (formerly of Sly & the Family Stone). The name is a pun on New York City's Grand Central Terminal, often incorrectly called Grand Central Station.
The band's origins date from when Santana guitarist Neal Schon formed the band Azteca along with Larry Graham (bass guitar) and Gregg Errico (drums), both from Sly & the Family Stone, and Pete Sears (keyboards), from Hot Tuna and Jefferson Starship. Santana bass guitar player Tom Rutley would move into to the bass spot with Azteca. That band, like Santana with heavy Latin influences, would eventually morph into Graham Central Station, while Schon would form Journey. The invention of electric slap bass is attributed by many (including Victor Wooten) to Larry Graham, which influenced many musical genres, such as funk, R&B and disco.
Graham Central Station's biggest hit was "Your Love", which charted at number 9 in 1975. The group also integrated gospel music into their repertoire, and played with the dichotomy between the funk/rock star image and the "sanctified" gospel group image. Some of their recordings feature the Tower of Power horn section.
In 2011, Graham Central Station opened for Prince on Prince's "Welcome 2 America" tour.
From Wikipedia

An exuberant mid-'70s funk group, Graham Central Station made some fine singles for Warner Bros. Former Sly & the Family Stone bassist Larry Graham renamed Hot Chocolate (not the British group) Graham Central Station after he moved from producing the group to playing with it. The group included Graham, guitarist David Vega, keyboardists Robert Sam and Hershall Kennedy, percussionist Patrice Banks, and drummer Willie Sparks. They utilized the identical funk cum rock and soul formula of Sly, though in not quite as imaginative a fashion. Their debut single, "Can You Handle It," reached number nine on the R&B charts, and they landed a number one record in 1975 with "Your Love." They recorded as Graham Central Station from 1974 to 1977, then as Larry Graham & Graham Central Station in 1978, and during their final year were called Larry Graham with Graham Central Station.
From AMG

Main Discography:
Studio albums:
1973 – Graham Central Station, Warner Bros.
1974 – Release Yourself, Warner Bros.
1975 – Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It, Warner Bros.
1976 – Mirror, Warner Bros.
1977 – Now Do U Wanta Dance, Warner Bros.
1978 – My Radio Sure Sounds Good to Me, WEA
1979 – Star Walk, Warner Bros.
1997 – By Popular Demand, P-Vine (Japan Only)
1998 – GCS 2000, NPG – produced with Prince

Live albums:
1992 – Live in Japan '92', Star Maker – manufactured by PIA Corporation & Edoya Records Inc. (Tokyo, Japan)
1996 – Live in London, Funk24 (London, England)
2003 – Can You Handle This? – Kezar Stadium – 1975, Big Fro Discs (Japan)

Compilation albums:
1996 – The Best of Larry Graham and Graham Central Station, Vol. 1, Warner Bros.
2001 – The Jam: The Larry Graham & Graham Central Station Anthology, Rhino
2003 – Greatest Hits, Rhino Flashback

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On Line:
AMG
Discogs
Wikipedia
SoulWalking

Original post: 03/11/2008

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Monday, 16 March 2015

Record Of The Week: The Jacksons - Show You The Way To Go

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The Jacksons
''Show You The Way To Go'' 7''


Label: Epic – 8-50350, Philadelphia International Records – 8-50350
Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
Country: US
Released:1976
Time: 3:24
Arranged By – Bobby Martin
Producer – Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff
Written-By – K. Gamble-L. Huff

Notes:
Taken from the LP '"The Jacksons"

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Thursday, 12 March 2015

MFSRadio Presents: Via Con Me

MFSRadio Presents:
''Via Con Me''



Tracklisting:
01 Chris Joss - The Fuse
02 Slugware - Cosmic Giggle
03 International Velvet - Sundown (feat. Mustafa Akbar)
04 Beat Fatigue - Malfunked
05 Bad Barbie vs. Evil Smarty - Get It
06 Fort Knox Five - The Sax Pusher (feat. Frank Mitchell)
07 The N.E.S.T - Give It All Up
08 AstroFunks - Flexy Stash
09 Fabiolous Barker - Mongo
10 International Velvet - Sitargazer
11 Maleka - Hey You!
12 Akshin Alizadeh - Inner Struggle
13 Bebo Best & The Super Lounge Orchestra - Mambossa Hit
14 Sweenq - 50 Feet
15 Swingrowers - Via Con Me (Extra Medium Remix)

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2015
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Monday, 9 March 2015

Record Of The Week: The Miami Disco Band Feat. Beverly Barkley – (I Wanna) Go Home With You

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The Miami Disco Band Feat. Beverly Barkley
''(I Wanna) Go Home With You''

Vocal

Instrumental


Label: Salsoul Records – SG 204
Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 1/3 RPM
Country: US
Released: 1979

Tracklisting:
A (I Wanna) Go Home With You 4:36
B (I Wanna) Go Home With You (Instrumental) 4:36

Credits:
Arranged By – Joaquin Guergo
Mixed By – Tom Moulton
Producer – Jeff Collins, Paul Saca
Written-By – J. Collins, P. Saca

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Thursday, 5 March 2015

MFSRadio Presents: Funky Apple

MFSRadio Presents:
''Funky Apple''



Tracklisting:
01 Chris Joss - The Gnomes
02 Beat Fatigue - A Blues Malfunktion
03 Tackhead - Fire
04 Saturnino - Problemi Di Parcheggio
05 The Doors - L.A. Woman (Shimi Sonic Funkyass Remix)
06 Chris Joss - Table of Contents
07 Acoustique Parfum - Wake Up
08 Charlie Brown Superstar - Moments of My Life
09 David Matthews & Electric Birds - Funky Apple
10 Mister T. - Mo' Style
11 Zbonics - Soul Good
12 Tom Tam & The Tomatoes - Funky Girl (On the Move)
13 Blade & Masquenada Family - Cop'n' Blow Feat. Montefroid
14 Funky Destination - Mama Used To Tell Me
15 Con Brio - Kiss The Sun

Selected & Compiled by Rob Funkyfrog
A My Favourite Sound© Production, 2015
MFS©: The Only & Original Since 2006

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Monday, 2 March 2015

Record Of The Week: High Fidelity Three - B-Boys Breakdance

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High Fidelity Three
''B-Boys Breakdance''


Label: Cutting Records – CR-202
Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 1/3 RPM
Country: US
Released: 22 Nov 1984
Time: 6:55
Special JP Intro Edit

Original Cutting Records Recording:
A1 B-Boys Breakdance 5:05
A2 B-Boys Breakdance (Bonus Beats) 1:55
B B-Boys Breakdance (Instrumental)
Edited By – Latin Rascals, The
6:12
Credits:
Engineer – Frank Heller
Executive Producer – Amado Marin
Mastered By – Herb Powers Jr.
Producer, Mixed By – Aldo Marin, Jerry Calliste Jr.
Written-By – M. Kydd, R. Mabry, W. McDonald
Notes:
Engineered at Unique Studios, NY.
Mastered at Frankford Wayne, NY.
Published by Cutting Music & Hashim Music (ASCAP).

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Sunday, 1 March 2015

DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak Aprile 1976

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DJ Miki Discoteca Ciak Aprile 1976


Live set mixed by DJ Miki at Ciak Disco, Bologna, Italy
Total Time: 00:42:54
From the original Musicassette Tape
Remastered by DJ Miki

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