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George M

Sugar, Daybreak, Barbara Stant, Roy Roberts, Crystal Pistol, Klas +++

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Please inquire to ruralconcourse@yahoo.com.

thanks,

George

 

 

45s ~ alphabetical by label

 


Freedom “Can’t You See / Sunshine” (Freedom) VG++ £70
Enticing modern dancer, with a midtempo flip. (Not far from M-)
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/freedom_cantyousee.mp3

  
Roy Roberts “Bee Hive / Pt.2” (House Of Big Brother) VG++ £150
Chunky dancer yet to have its day, from the busy NC singer. (Virtually M-)
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/royroberts_beehivr.mp3
 
Jimmy ‘Soul’ Clark “I Blew A Good Thing” (Karen) VG++ £100
Funky soul that rolls out in a similar style to the Mighty Lovers on Soulhawk – not surprising really considering its shares the same Detroit origins (Popcorn Wylie etc).
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/jimmysoulclark_iblew.mp3
  
Daybreak “I Need Love / Everything Man” (PAP) VG++ offers
Massive modern anthem. A definite original copy. (Not far from M-)
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/daybreak_ineed.mp3
#2
http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/daybreak_everything.mp3
  
Klas “Let’s Make Love Tonight / Break Your Promise” (Sahara) VG+ £70
Uplifting modern dancer with stepper flip. (Clean besides a couple of marks right at the start, and slight dish not affecting play.)
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/klas_lets.mp3
#2
http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/klas_break.mp3
 
Crystal Pistol “Let’s Live Right Now / Never Give Up” (San Francisco I.N.S.) VG++ £150
Obscure funky soul with modern appeal - seems to be pretty much an unknown. Definitely one that upfront DJs and collectors should consider. (Virtually M- with faint dish not affecting play.)
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/crystalpistol_sflns.mp3
#2: 
http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/crystalpistol_sflns_flip.mp3
 
Barbara Stant “(I Found Me A) Real Man / (You’ve Got To) Try It Again” (Shiptown) M- £60
Top quality 70s dancers from Norfolk VA. Plenty of club mileage here, not to mention the sharp condition. (Slight warp not affecting play.)
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/barbarastant_realman.mp3
#2
http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/barbarastant_tryitagain.mp3
 
The Six Degree South “Loving You Is Too Far Out” (Six Degree South) VG- £500
Everything on this record is incredibly powerful - a devastating example of early 70s funk. I’ve witnessed clubs get utterly crushed by this one. (Plays ok despite many small marks - surface noise is only really noticeable in the intro. Label has some ringwear and is signed by the band.)
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/6degreesouth_pt1.mp3
 
Sugar “Someone To Be Mine” (Sugar) VG++ £500
One for the upfront DJs here - totally obscure funky soul from Mississippi. Seems to be virtually unknown, although it seems a couple of well known DJs recently started playing it.
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/sugar_someone.mp3
  
The TMG’s “Aggravation / Takes A Little Time” (TMG Production) solid VG £400
Tremendous funk from Tommy McGee, with a sweet flip. (Plays flawlessly on the funk side, minor surface noise only on the flip. Very faint label wear.)   
Listen

http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/tmgs_aggravation.mp3
#2
http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/tmgs_takes.mp3

Edited by George M

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