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Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

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Jazz New - LP BS 2968 Just Sunshine
Sealed 1976 Original. Cornell Dupree, Guitar; Gordon Edwards, Bass, percussion; Steve Gadd, Drums, Percussion; Eric Gale, Guitar; Christopher Parker, Drums, Percussion; Richard Tee, Piano, Electric Piano, Organ.... more details
 
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Jazz New - LP BS 3061 Warner
Sealed 1977 Original. COH.... more details
 
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Soul New - LP BSK 3262 Warner
Sealed 1979 Original. Cut Out Hole. “The Fact That There Is A Dozen People Credited For Backing Vocals On This Album, But No One For Lead, Says A Lot. There Is Actually Only One Song, "Talkin' About My Love For You," With Solo Vocals, And The Rest Are Instrumental, Sometimes With Vocal Choruses. This Could Give A Feeling Of A Karaoke Record, But Getting Used To It One Will Find The Tracks With Backing Vocals The Album's Strongest; For Example, The Introductory "Mighty Love," With The Groove Slowly Building Up To An Irresistible Frenzy. And The Extremely Skilled Ensemble Manages To Do This Trick Even When Conditions Seem Really Bad, Like In "Dance With Me," Starting Out With Lazy Synth Strings, A Bossa Rhythm, And Quiet Backing Vocals. When Listeners Dance To The Funky Beat At The End Of The Song, They Are Likely To Have Forgotten What It Sounded Like In The Beginning. And Stuff Is Obviously Not About Writing Durable Songs, But Doing Party Music With A Highly Competent Band, And This Time Including A Whole Lot Of Gospel In The Jazz-Funk. The Only Time Stuff Is Disappointing Is When They Don't Raise The Tempo. "Rainbows" And "Gordon's Theme" May Be Important For The Balance Of The Album, But Are Actually A Bit Boring, Though The Latter Has Some Comic Ingredients. But That Is Followed Up By The Magnificent "Talkin' About My Love For You." And It Has Been Said Before, But This Will Make Everyone Dance.” – Lars Loven, All Music Guide... more details
 
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Soul New - LP BSK 3262 Warner
Sealed 1979 Original. “The Fact That There Is A Dozen People Credited For Backing Vocals On This Album, But No One For Lead, Says A Lot. There Is Actually Only One Song, "Talkin' About My Love For You," With Solo Vocals, And The Rest Are Instrumental, Sometimes With Vocal Choruses. This Could Give A Feeling Of A Karaoke Record, But Getting Used To It One Will Find The Tracks With Backing Vocals The Album's Strongest; For Example, The Introductory "Mighty Love," With The Groove Slowly Building Up To An Irresistible Frenzy. And The Extremely Skilled Ensemble Manages To Do This Trick Even When Conditions Seem Really Bad, Like In "Dance With Me," Starting Out With Lazy Synth Strings, A Bossa Rhythm, And Quiet Backing Vocals. When Listeners Dance To The Funky Beat At The End Of The Song, They Are Likely To Have Forgotten What It Sounded Like In The Beginning. And Stuff Is Obviously Not About Writing Durable Songs, But Doing Party Music With A Highly Competent Band, And This Time Including A Whole Lot Of Gospel In The Jazz-Funk. The Only Time Stuff Is Disappointing Is When They Don't Raise The Tempo. "Rainbows" And "Gordon's Theme" May Be Important For The Balance Of The Album, But Are Actually A Bit Boring, Though The Latter Has Some Comic Ingredients. But That Is Followed Up By The Magnificent "Talkin' About My Love For You." And It Has Been Said Before, But This Will Make Everyone Dance.” – Lars Loven, All Music Guide... more details
 
Stuff - More Stuff More Stuff
Jazz New - LP BS 3061 Warner
Sealed 1977 Original.... more details
 
Stuff - Stuff It! Stuff It!
Soul New - LP BSK 3262 Warner
Sealed 1979 Original With Saw Cut. “The Fact That There Are A Dozen People Credited For Backing Vocals On This Album, But No One For Lead, Says A Lot. There Is Actually Only One Song, "Talkin' About My Love For You," With Solo Vocals, And The Rest Are Instrumental, Sometimes With Vocal Choruses. This Could Give A Feeling Of A Karaoke Record, But Getting Used To It One Will Find The Tracks With Backing Vocals The Album's Strongest; For Example, The Introductory "Mighty Love," With The Groove Slowly Building Up To An Irresistible Frenzy. And The Extremely Skilled Ensemble Manages To Do This Trick Even When Conditions Seem Really Bad, Like In "Dance With Me," Starting Out With Lazy Synth Strings, A Bossa Rhythm, And Quiet Backing Vocals. When Listeners Dance To The Funky Beat At The End Of The Song, They Are Likely To Have Forgotten What It Sounded Like In The Beginning. And Stuff Is Obviously Not About Writing Durable Songs, But Doing Party Music With A Highly Competent Band, And This Time Including A Whole Lot Of Gospel In The Jazz-Funk. The Only Time Stuff Is Disappointing Is When They Don't Raise The Tempo. "Rainbows" And "Gordon's Theme" May Be Important For The Balance Of The Album, But Are Actually A Bit Boring, Though The Latter Has Some Comic Ingredients. But That Is Followed Up By The Magnificent "Talkin' About My Love For You." And It Has Been Said Before, But This Will Make Everyone Dance.” – Lars Loven, All Music Guide... more details
 
Stuff - Live In New York Live In New York
Jazz New - LP BSK 3417 Warner
Sealed 1980 Original. "Under The Leadership Of Bassist Gordon Edwards, Several Of The Most Prolific Studio Players Around Teamed Together To Form An All-Star Rhythm Section That On A Part-Time Basis Operated As An Independent Group. Back Around 1967, Edwards Put Together The Encyclopedia Of Soul And During The Next Decade, The Group (Which Just Played Together On An Occasional Basis) Evolved Into Stuff. Such Musicians As Drummer Billy Cobham And Jimmy Johnson And Altoist David Sanborn Passed Through The Group. By The Time Of Its Initial Recording In 1975, The Lineup Was Set: Richard Tee On Organ, Electric Piano, And Acoustic Pianos, Both Eric Gale And Cornell Dupree On Guitars, Bassist Edwards, And Drummer Steve Gadd; Christopher Parker Was Occasionally With The Group On Second Drums And Percussion." AMG... more details
 

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