Bim Sherman - Ghetto Dub LP 1988 RDL Records (material recorded & mixed c. 1975-1988) / As discussed, Jarrett 'Bim Sherman' Vincent was born in 1950 in Westmoreland, Jamaica. After relocating to Kingston, around the age of twenty he made his entry into the vibrant music business of the 1970's with his first official 7" singles appearing in 1975. Unlike the majority of other artists in Jamaica, Sherman's output from the beginning was almost entirely self produced with releases handled by his Scorpio label, although he did pursue overseas distribution deals with foreign labels. By the end of the 1970's, Sherman was a respected artist in Jamaica but enjoyed even greater popularity overseas where his incredibly authentic, well thought out projects received the most attention. After a pair of albums & a split LP in 1978-1979, Sherman would travel to the UK for the Roots Encounter Chapter 1 tour in 1979 with vocalists Michael 'Prince Far I' Williams & Beris 'Prince Hammer' Simpson organized by maverick UK producer Adrian Sherwood. From this time, Sherman would permanently relocate to the UK & continued working with Sherwood, soon appearing with his Singers & Players collective on the newly formed On-U Sound label where Sherman also released the Across The Red Sea album. Since he was an independent artist at heart, it wasn't long before Sherman started a label for his own output where he would issue new material as well as his previous Jamaican recordings. When Sherman set up Century Records in 1984, Adrian Sherwood often collaborated on the material, helped mix, contributed rhythms, & generally lent a hand to his friend, the label was also initially distributed from On-U Sound with whom Sherman continued to record as well. (more info in comments below) #AllVinylReggaeCollections #BimSherman #AdrianSherwood #RDLRecords #GhettoDub #KingTubbysStudio #UKDub #DubVinyl #ReggaeHistory #instavinyl #vinyligclub #33rpm
New drop! Lots of heat! Come have a dig at these absolute stunners 😎 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Our picks include:
Azymuth- Aguilar Nao Come Mosca
Cornelius - Mellow Waves
Elysian Spring - Glass Flowers
Jedi Mind Tricks - The Psycho Social Chemical Biological & Electro Magnetic Manipulation of Human Consciousness
Nu Guinea - Nuova Napoli
Tony Allen - Black Voices
Tunde Mabadu - Viva Disco
Gyedu Blay Ambolley - Simigwa
Brian Eno - Ambient 1: Music For Airports
Misfits - Collection II (1995)
Misfits II is the companion album to The Misfits' Collection I. Both compilations collect all the early singles and the entire Earth A.D./Wolfs Blood album, and are meant to complement Walk Among Us (not represented because Warner Bros. owns the rights) and Legacy of Brutality with little overlap. All the early singles are supposed to be represented, although alternative versions of some songs are used instead of the original releases.
Misfits II is controversial among fans because six of the tracks are not songs the Misfits recorded as a functioning band. They were recorded in 1986, several years after the Misfits broke up, by Glenn Danzig and Samhain bassist Eerie Von for a sequel to Walk Among Us.
But as AllMusic states: Along with Legacy of Brutality and The Misfits first Collection, here's another pretty damn indispensable non-LP collection of these late-'70s/early-'80s punk legends from New Jersey, America's answer to the early Damned with a better singer and more consistent songwriting. As much as the belated Walk Among Us was a great album, it was always their string of earlier stunning 7" singles that everyone wanted to hear.
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Last play today. Do any of you vinyl collectors out there ever do this When not sure what you wanna hear next, and just can’t make up your mind on what to choose next, do you ever stand in front of an alphabetical section of your vinyl music library and just grab an LP blindly; whatever’s in front of you Whatever I happen to grab will be played. I chose the “S” section tonight. My rule is, no matter what I grab, I have to play it. When you have a large library, this can be a dicey proposition, (ever bought an LP, sight unseen, just because you like an artist, only to find that after a listen, you know that you’ll never play it again) Sometimes when I do this I’m not in the mood to play it, but rules are rules. This is a household analog shuffle play. Well, tonight I picked a damn good one. As I write this, “Haitian Divorce” is playing, reminding me that I have lived through the very best era of rock music at the most perfect time. Released in May of 1976. “The Royal Scam” is the 5th album by Steely Dan. The album went gold and peaked at #15 on the charts. “The Royal Scam” features more prominent guitar work than the prior Steely Dan album, “Katy Lied,” which had been the 1st without founding guitarist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter. This very well may be my favorite Dan LP. The album cover shows a man in a suit, sleeping on a radiator, and apparently dreaming of skyscraper/beast hybrids. The cover was created from a painting by Zox and a photograph by Charlie Ganse, and was originally created for Van Morrison's unreleased 1975 album, “Mechanical Bliss,” the concept being a satire of the American Dream. #randomplay #steelydan #royalscam #vinylcollector #33rpm #vinylcommunity #vinyloftheday #vinylcollection #vinylrecords #vinyljunkie #vinyladdict #nowspinning
Playing tribute to the late 70s/early 80s, “Random Access Memories” is a bit of a throwback in that Daft Punk sort of way. What sets this album apart of the others is that much of it was recorded with live instruments and just limited use of electronic instruments. The highlight for us includes the collab with with Giorgio Moroder, who basically brought the digital synthesizer to mainstream.
December 7, 1968- On this day The Rolling Stones released their ninth studio album, Beggars Banquet (released 12/6 in the UK as their seventh studio album). This was the last album released during founding member Brian Jones lifetime. It also has two covers, the plain one which I have, and what was intended, the dirty bathroom stall, which the record company rejected but was released later. Upon release Beggars Banquet received favorable reviews many of which hailed it as a return to form following the previous psychedelic attempt of Their Satanic Majesties Request. Many consider this the album the start of the Stones most creative period. Beggars Banquet peaked at 5 on the Billboard 200, and spent 32 weeks on the chart. The album is certified platinum by the RIAA, and is considered a must hear album in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. Singles from the album are Street Fighting Man and No Expectations. Favorite tracks are Sympathy for the Devil, No Expectations, Dear Doctor, Street Fighting Man, Factory Girl, and Salt of the Earth.
The pressing I have is a repress by London Records. This is a great record for a windy Florida Friday night with a good IPA in hand.
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Just a little scratch relief. DJing, mixing and scratching have always been my favorite ways to release tension and relax. Adding some beer and oil always help too.😊 I hope everyone is having a safe and relaxing evening. ✌🏼🍻💨 #pioneerdj #dirtstyle