Monday, September 20, 2010


Another one of my treasures discovered through the mighty, but now lost, Decoy Records of Deansgate, Manchester. In an age of HMV, Amazon and iTunes, I don't think it is possible to browse and stumble upon things as I once did anymore. The Blogging world helps, and there are some great music blogs out there, but nothing beats being in some funny record shop, the wanky aficionado types pretending they're knowledge means something on a bigger scale, puffing themselves up to the guy behind the counter. Browsing the albums, and something catching your eye, or as in this case ear, as it plays on the shop hi-fi.

spacey in parts, 1970's cop show music style in others, with turns of spiritual jazz, this is an almost flawless album, great for driving to, chilling at home with.. yeah man it is deep.. enjoy

David Durrah - Space 2
Phil Ranelin & Tribe - Vibes From The Tribe
Phil Ranelin & Tribe - Sounds From The Village
Doug Hammond - Moves
Tribe - Beneficent
Tribe - What We Need
Marcus Belgrave - Space Oddysey
Phil Ranelin & Tribe - For The Children
The Mixed Bag - La Margarita
Doug Hammond - Wake Up Brothers
Wendell Harrison - Tons And Tons Of B.S.


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