Brother to Brother – 1974 – In The Bottle

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First lp 1974 from the band ! Essential soulful cut !!! In-demand rare lp.

Great groovy stuff including Brother to Brother’s fabulous cover of the Gil Scott-Heron track “The Bottle” done here with a cool flanged vocal chorus on the lyrics, and a tight jazzy groove that reproduces the feel of the original, but adds some soulful female vocals!

A lovely cover of N. Whitfield’s “I Wish It Would Rain” and “Hey, What’s That You say” a cover of Wood, Brass & Steel.

This a @320 vinyl rip of the original Turbo LP including covers.

Tracks
A1 In The Bottle (3:10)
A2 Hey, What’s That You Say (3:04)
A3 Big Brother (3:31)
A4 I Wish It Would Rain (6:24)
A5 Junkie (2:19)
B1 Trespassing (3:37)
B2 A Love Of My Own (3:38)
B3 Mother Earth (4:50)
B4 If He Can Do It (You Can Do It) (3:22)

Far and away the greatest album that Brother To Brother ever cut – and a monster record that’s satisfying all the way through! At their roots, the band have an ensemble funk style similar to many other 70s groups – but they also add in a lot of jazzy changes and a nascent sense of a club groove that’s shown to best effect on their great cover of Gil Scott Heron‘s “In The Bottle”, done here with sweet flanged-out vocals, electric piano riffing, and the same sort of flute solo heard in the original. Other tracks include “Mother Earth“, “A Love Of My Own“, “If He Can Do It“, “Trespassing“, and “Junkie”. Wood Brass & Steel back the group up — and the instrumentation is similar to the work on their own album for Turbo. (Dusty Groove)

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and now the fantastic original Gil Scott Heron ‘s “The Bottle”


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131 Comments
  • nikos1109
    Posted at 18:53h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    There’s another great version of the song (the 3nd one) by Joe Bataan in 1975. Listen it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVnk13cYl08

  • rabs
    Posted at 18:59h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks once again Nikos. Musically the cover of ‘The Bottle’ is good though it’s a shame they basically duplicated the flute parts. The vocals aren’t as good as the original but I will definitely look more into this group. Cheers 🙂

  • FeelYeah
    Posted at 19:08h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    I’ve been looking for this. Can’t wait to hear this album.

  • manny
    Posted at 19:43h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    thanks for posting

  • k02
    Posted at 20:13h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks a million Nikos.

  • Simon
    Posted at 20:24h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks dude – an old favourite which I had long disposed of to my regret – nice blog

  • numonics
    Posted at 20:40h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    another great one, thanks for the time and effort you put into sharing with us. much appreciated.

  • Marcha
    Posted at 20:49h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    i gotta admit i’m a little lazy to post something on the comments box, but i’m always visiting the site (3-4 times a day) to check new things. I REALLY REALLY REALLY thank you for all these rare gems 😀

  • sanscosm
    Posted at 20:50h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Been looking for this for a long time.

    Thank You Very Much!

  • invisiblenigma
    Posted at 21:50h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Much Thanks For this One Nikos. Thanks for the samples as well. Sounds Great!

  • wallofsound
    Posted at 21:53h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks for this. I’ve loved the title track since I danced to it in the 1970s. It may not have the emotional depth of the GSH original, but it really is a great dancer. It was a Northern Soul dancefloor hit. I never even knew there was an LP. I’m looking forward to hearing the whole thing. Thanks for sharing.

  • musicmeiho
    Posted at 22:02h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Thank you for this.

    It is hard work keeping up a blog site – and very frustrating when you check the number of downloads against the comments.

    So I say Bravo!! for all your hard work and great sounds.

  • fritzthecat
    Posted at 22:28h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks for the hard work.

    The truth is (and excuse my bluntness) I often download music, listen to it, and then find out I don’t like it. For example the last Billy Butler album, you call it “funky”, so I downloaded. Then found it it is nothing of the sort, just lots of cheesy love songs. I prefer not to leave negative comments. although sometimes I do, and I was tempted yesterday!

    Bloggers alway say they want more comments, but I find that whenever they get negative ones they end up shutting down the blog or going private, so…

    I do leave comments when you post stuff which blows me away, which you do every so often.

    Peace.

  • fritzthecat
    Posted at 22:33h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Btw, this is a great funky album, thanks a lot!

  • SPC
    Posted at 22:38h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks for the post – I’ve been looking for this one for a long time – appreciate all the hard work that goes into this blog, especially the write-ups.

  • Munju
    Posted at 22:54h, 04 October 2008 Reply

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  • PeteyC
    Posted at 23:50h, 04 October 2008 Reply

    So hot. So very, very hot.

  • truelivin
    Posted at 00:33h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Great post, been looking for this version of in the bottle, but never new who did it. Thanks a zillion for this and continue the hard work you put into this blog. It shows!

  • mus p
    Posted at 00:35h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    thanks for the consistent high quality stuff! covers are nice as well.

  • gary
    Posted at 01:29h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    What a classic song? i like those 3 versions very much but yes GSH original version is a masterpiece. Thanks nikos for this great site.

  • JTF
    Posted at 04:56h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    You always tend to amaze!

  • TGrundy
    Posted at 04:32h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Ooooh, love this record! Have it on vinyl, been meaning to get it in digital form for a while. Big ups to you Nikos for this particular post (and all of the fine [and hard] work you’ve been doing here on this site and your previous sites!)

  • Satchelmouth
    Posted at 06:16h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Excellent! Thank you once again

  • Messiah of Soul Power Music Group
    Posted at 06:40h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Mr. Herron is one of my all time favorites so i’m sure i’m going to enjoy this Nikos! Thanks good brother! Peace

    Messiah

  • culov
    Posted at 08:55h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    thanks!!!

  • switchunder
    Posted at 13:38h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    dope record. thanks alot.dusty fingers keep vinyl alive. peas

  • waxs
    Posted at 14:48h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Keep up the good work!

  • Timur
    Posted at 15:41h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Keep up the brilliant work. Love it.

  • Chris-T
    Posted at 15:51h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Thanx, really like your selections.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 18:04h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Thank you!!!

  • dar
    Posted at 20:45h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    haven’t downloaded in a while, but you guys definitely deserve much respect as one of the better sites of this nature. i know that i appreciate it a lot. consider this one big “good looking out” to make up for the times i’ve forgotten . . .

  • Oak
    Posted at 21:01h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Thnx for another great rare record.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 23:06h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    Can’t wait to give this a spin. Thanks for sharing. Respect.

  • eric
    Posted at 23:47h, 05 October 2008 Reply

    You are fukkin’ DOPE!!! I been lookin’ for this for-fukkin-EVER!!! THANK YOU!!!

  • cutz
    Posted at 01:17h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    dope site great stuff

  • Steve
    Posted at 04:50h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    Love this site and really appreciate the in-depth commentary about the music & histories of the performers. Really looking forward to hearing ‘In The Bottle’. Thanks!

  • mike
    Posted at 05:28h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    you guys are awesomeeeee, thankss so muchh!

  • Stake
    Posted at 06:02h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    I promise…..this is a dream, to even come this close to a “Brother 2 Brother” album. Since about 1998-99 or summ’n when I first heard their song “Visions”. THANX!

    Due to this blog, I personally create work more effectively!

  • whoknows
    Posted at 06:53h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    thanks a lot! i love the gil scott video of “bottle.” This is that good ol soul funk flavor that my ears enjoy! thanks for spreadin the goodness.

  • Marcha
    Posted at 07:11h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks for sharing this awsome album and for your effort to keep this blog great.
    If I had this album… I ‘d be rich !? No, No, I won’t sell away

  • casanova
    Posted at 07:34h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    just found your blog .. maaan , you are awesome .. thank you for sharing all these gems with us .

  • dj june
    Posted at 08:47h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    you guys are massive!!!!!! thank you so much

  • sssh!!
    Posted at 12:43h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    i thought i’d never found it. Thank u.

  • Jazzsoulman
    Posted at 13:25h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    Thank you Nikos, for sharing this rare gem with us. I owned this record once (near some ohters of this group) and sold it! Btw: I think the comment rate of your blog is by far above average to other blogs. Maybe your readers appreciate your work a bit more than you think.

  • FASTMAN
    Posted at 14:20h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    SO GREAT DOPE….THANK YOU

  • Lafayette
    Posted at 15:02h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    Sweet!
    That cut “Hey, What’s That You Say” is the funkiest song posted anywhere in the blogosphere in months! :¬)
    And it’s a timeless classic for all the beatmakers as well! Sampled for Jay-Z’s “Friend or Foe”, Ice Cube’s “You Don’t Wanna Fuck wit’ These” and last but not least (fantastic flip of that beat) by 9th wonder for “Ether” (the remix) by Nas!

    Thanks!

    /Laf

  • Rich
    Posted at 19:49h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    nikos thank u for this wonderful treat great info on them to never knew about this group till now so many thanx on the acknowlegment.

  • gianni
    Posted at 21:18h, 06 October 2008 Reply

    this lp is fantastic.
    I download many lps a day and I have no time to write a comment in the same time.
    that’s why I write a comment just after hearing very well an lp, if it sounds great (like this one!).
    and this blog is a dreamy place for quality music.
    thank you for all your hard work.

  • pierre
    Posted at 01:02h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    Seductive! Great post as always nikos.

  • robert
    Posted at 01:14h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    Stoked to check this one. Thanks again, Nikos.

  • Andre
    Posted at 05:29h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    wow this is an amazing record thank you Nikos

  • Ms.CARRINGTON
    Posted at 05:34h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    Hey, Thank u so much for the posting this soulful album. Keep up the awsome work. Much Respect!

  • Andre
    Posted at 05:46h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    damn that ‘mother earth’ track is bangin

  • 92bpms
    Posted at 06:09h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    One of the very best blogs. What you do is so so so amazing for all of us and for music. Keeping the good sounds alive. Thanks!

  • Don
    Posted at 12:45h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    oh! yes great cover but Gil Scott original is awesome. Thanks nikos.

  • HG74
    Posted at 13:17h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks for sharing!!!!
    Enjoying this one..

  • ahawk
    Posted at 14:30h, 07 October 2008 Reply

    Many thanks Nikos, love this album.

  • moeman
    Posted at 05:16h, 08 October 2008 Reply

    Great side. I have “let Your Mind Be Free” lp

  • markus
    Posted at 05:34h, 08 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks, Nikos!

  • Martin Mirky
    Posted at 22:32h, 08 October 2008 Reply

    Respect!! Awesome shit!!…. (and you’re absolutely right about just dropping a simple ‘thnk u’ line.)

  • StarTime
    Posted at 10:54h, 09 October 2008 Reply

    Thank you for the game on these legends peace

  • G.Ulanday
    Posted at 10:25h, 10 October 2008 Reply

    NICE NICE NICE!!!!!! I have this on vinyl but, until now had no way of listening to it. I need to get one of those converters

  • kizza
    Posted at 16:41h, 10 October 2008 Reply

    Can’t say i’ve heard this before – looking forward to checkin’ it out – THANKS!

  • daddio
    Posted at 16:56h, 10 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks for reminding people of these golden gems from the time real music was made. Fortunately I have a few of these albums and when I visit your site it reminds me to find and listen to them.

  • Jack Flash
    Posted at 04:52h, 11 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks for sharing this album…..Dig it!

  • anonymous
    Posted at 11:21h, 11 October 2008 Reply

    Cool album…and your efforts are much, much, appreciated for sharing some really great music with us, thanks!

  • Likedeeler
    Posted at 20:59h, 11 October 2008 Reply

    Nikos! I love you!!! ;]

  • Jacob Giles
    Posted at 12:46h, 12 October 2008 Reply

    Nikos,

    Thanks a lot for taking the time and effort to collect and share all of this fantastic music. Even though a lot of people may not leave a comment, I’m certain that they all appreciate your skill for picking amazing music!

    Cheers, Jake

  • beebs
    Posted at 20:51h, 12 October 2008 Reply

    righteous.

  • derf
    Posted at 07:24h, 13 October 2008 Reply

    your work is magnificent and respected beyond your knowing

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 01:41h, 15 October 2008 Reply

    It’s the music I searched for a long time. During the end of the 80ths it was possible to find round about 10 Soul and Funk CDs and LPs in a big shop. Soul existed only between James Brown and Tina Turner in this time…

  • Robert
    Posted at 09:12h, 15 October 2008 Reply

    Another great classic I did not have. Thank you.
    Love & Respect.
    Robert

  • bill
    Posted at 16:45h, 15 October 2008 Reply

    another awesome post thanks guys

  • Mdeer
    Posted at 20:17h, 15 October 2008 Reply

    Oh my I’m so sorry
    You’re truly right with that comment
    I may not always write something down, but I really do appreciate all the hard work people (and ofcourse you) put in these blogs
    so keep up the good work!!!
    and vverrrrrry much appreciated
    I discover the most amazing hidden secrets of soul here!!

    kisses

  • Gabriel
    Posted at 15:44h, 16 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks a lot. Looking forward to hearing it.

  • Jose Garcia
    Posted at 19:17h, 16 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks again for a great one… Is there a version by Joe Bataan of this song?

  • nikos1109
    Posted at 20:54h, 16 October 2008 Reply

    Jose, yes it is. You can hear it in the beginning of the comments from Utube.

  • Broadway
    Posted at 04:30h, 17 October 2008 Reply

    Your Work in posting ALL of these Very Soulful, and oft times RARE gems are Most appreciated Nikos.

    As a DJ on 90.7 FM w.t.c.c. I understand the work it takes to first FIND these rare and soulful works by the artists we love so much, not to mention the COSTS, and then to put it to CD in such a way as to give it the clarity it deserves for quality listening. You my soulful friend do that, and do it quite WELL! and otf rimes go beyond that giving us quality album art & artist information and bio’s…which, again takes a fair amount of time many people don’t really take time to appreciate. It’s Fascinating to learn, Where, What, Who & When a particular artists Roots & Pedigree lie.

    Thank You So Much, for your tireless efforts in offering to us ALL of the Music, Art & information for our understanding & pleasure, on this Fantastic Blog.

    I’ll offer this, (just in case someone did’nt know)…
    http://www.onehitwondercentral.com/ Is a good reference point for finding…*smile* lost tunes.

    Peace, and prosperity…
    http://WWW.WTCCFM.ORG Tune-in sometime on a Wensday night.
    between 8 – 10:00 p.m. (EST) that’s 90.7 “Choice” FM

    Much Respect, Nikos, GOD Bless

  • Trakbuv
    Posted at 19:34h, 18 October 2008 Reply

    Great LP – very welcome addition to a fantastic blog. Utmost respect !!

  • cafecafecafe
    Posted at 23:58h, 20 October 2008 Reply

    Thank you Nikos for this rare one.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 02:53h, 22 October 2008 Reply

    your hard work shows. we appreciate all of it. many thanks.

  • axis
    Posted at 21:58h, 22 October 2008 Reply

    Hey Nikos! Great to find you here doing your thing. Thanks for this post…as Lafayette said earlier, the song Hey What’s that You Say has often been sampled…but Brother To Brother’s version seems to be a cover of the Skull Snaps version…but who knows for sure? Both albums were out in 74…Skull Snaps recorded theirs in 73. Anyone got the final word on this?

  • No Sleep
    Posted at 23:18h, 22 October 2008 Reply

    This is a fantastic sight. I have sampled and produced some ridiculous beats just from the music I’ve found. Come check out my blog and listen to the song player. I did, “Teach Em Hell”, “Lonely Highway” and a few others that were comprised using music from this wonderful blog. Long Live The Soul.

  • Jaap
    Posted at 12:17h, 25 October 2008 Reply

    thanKX for sharing this gem! wonderful!

  • azdare
    Posted at 02:27h, 26 October 2008 Reply

    I was looking since longtime!!!!! thanks a lot

  • bart
    Posted at 15:47h, 26 October 2008 Reply

    Thanks a lot for posting. I’m going to enjoy this album very much!!

  • yodasbestmate
    Posted at 14:57h, 28 October 2008 Reply

    This is so hot nikos…. keep up the good work and keep funking people’s souls

    ybm

  • asher dust
    Posted at 17:31h, 28 October 2008 Reply

    Really love this album..thank you…..

  • quas
    Posted at 17:38h, 31 October 2008 Reply

    aaah, i just love the title track by g-s.h. cant wait to hear where this group has taken it… i am forever grateful for this blog, it has opened my mind to a lot of stuff that i otherwise probably never would have discovered… and that would be tragic.. THANKS!

  • jonathan
    Posted at 12:43h, 04 November 2008 Reply

    cheers, just found out about this Brother to Brother album recently, just need to get it on vinyl now.

  • Khalid
    Posted at 23:46h, 08 November 2008 Reply

    Thanks for the luv with such gems!!! Definitely essential for any true lovers of soul!!!

  • Victor Serge
    Posted at 21:32h, 13 November 2008 Reply

    This site is a treasure, and your hard work does not go unnoticed. The music and the write-ups are both valuable: I’ve learnt more about RnB here than anywhere else. While it makes me sad that such beautiful music isn’t being made anymore, to provide it for new generations of soul lovers like this is an incredible gift. Thank you.

  • marti
    Posted at 03:33h, 14 November 2008 Reply

    many thanks-great album

  • Big Algar
    Posted at 04:54h, 14 November 2008 Reply

    Thank you for this! I recently sold my vinyl copy and now I have it on MP3. I really appreciate this.

  • Brah Mixalot
    Posted at 09:59h, 23 November 2008 Reply

    Beautiful blog and excellent grooves. Much respect and many thanx.

  • joys
    Posted at 01:58h, 10 December 2008 Reply

    Bravo!! for all your work and very great collection….great respect and many thanx

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 02:27h, 11 December 2008 Reply

    amazing… simply amazing

  • zoots
    Posted at 12:24h, 17 December 2008 Reply

    well what can i say, thankyou for pricking up my ears to some great records, as per it seems the best music was made before i was born so thankyou for being one of those great people exposing me to it, peace

  • E Mike
    Posted at 19:45h, 21 December 2008 Reply

    This is one of the joints I’ve been chasing down for years. Thanks for the post. Still looking for Let Your Mind Be Free lp. These guys music bring back great memories at the dance clubs of my youth;-)

  • ksn
    Posted at 04:48h, 24 December 2008 Reply

    amazing post, wonderful blog. thanks for all your hard work, happy holidays from NYC,
    ksn

  • Eddie
    Posted at 09:54h, 03 January 2009 Reply

    You are a god send to the soulful hearts of todays music fans as even I who grew up during the 70’s and was buying records feverishly every week I don’t have all these. Bless you man. Thank you. Ed

  • johnv
    Posted at 06:45h, 12 January 2009 Reply

    Your blog is one of the best on the net and I never take without saying thanks. Keep up the great work–it is much appreciated!

  • Trey
    Posted at 08:44h, 13 January 2009 Reply

    Classic tune!!!!

  • crispy
    Posted at 12:37h, 28 January 2009 Reply

    thank you all so much… words could never express my true appreciation…. Peace, blessings, and good music to you all…

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 19:58h, 31 January 2009 Reply

    I didn’t know there was a vid for the original. Is this why the song FINALLY charted 3-4 years after it’s release or was this the done because hiphoppers discovered the song and Gil capitalized on it’s new found popularity?

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 06:11h, 12 February 2009 Reply

    Sometimes I forget but I am thankful for your efforts.

  • DiskoTone
    Posted at 02:04h, 16 February 2009 Reply

    Thanks for the great post as always. A lot DJs still play this jam in their disco mixes you guys should check them on http://www.deephousepage.com

  • Claudio
    Posted at 15:59h, 07 March 2009 Reply

    great, excellent thanks

  • angel
    Posted at 02:39h, 05 May 2009 Reply

    I didn’t think I’d ever find this rare cover of this song. Thank you for taking me back 30 years

  • Maciko
    Posted at 10:47h, 07 May 2009 Reply

    Tanks for this gem

  • Dylan
    Posted at 05:56h, 27 May 2009 Reply

    Thanks. Sounds great!

  • Magic Juan
    Posted at 21:52h, 09 June 2009 Reply

    Thank you so much for this. To me this is the definitive version of “The Bottle.” Huge here in Chicago at clubs like The Music Box and The Warehouse.

  • 2freakdudes
    Posted at 10:21h, 27 June 2009 Reply

    these posts are FU^>IN’ GOLDEN!!!! Bless ya’ll for spreading all this knowledge! This joint in particular is nasty, but being a new visitor i’m goin’ through all the pages gettin’ my wig flipped! .boom! THXAMILLION!!

  • Geewiz
    Posted at 03:31h, 12 July 2009 Reply

    nice post!!!

  • Daidodread
    Posted at 17:13h, 28 July 2009 Reply

    Thank you nikos great music !!

  • Tom O'Keh
    Posted at 04:08h, 07 August 2009 Reply

    Loved this track in ’74 when I bought it as a callow youth of 17. Since those heady days of soul, with a passing nod to Northern Soul, I was into “imports” and loved the whole laid-back sound of Brother To Brother without having to trawl through catalogues to find a gem like this. It was some years later that I heard Gil Scott-Heron singing (talking?) the original and Brian Jackson’s cool arrangment, but BTB will always be in my heart. Love the site – you’ve obviously lavished love and attention on every detail – great job.

  • nico
    Posted at 14:42h, 16 August 2009 Reply

    amazing collection, appealing presentation!
    much love from switzerland.

  • Illnaughty
    Posted at 09:25h, 21 September 2009 Reply

    slammin as usual nice work, just signed up, loving going through your archives, i’m all spracked out on your site all day! Seriously though, GOOD WORK!

    Peace,

    Aaron/DJ Illnaughty

  • axel
    Posted at 00:04h, 08 October 2009 Reply

    what a great blog. Thanks for your work – i couldnt find this album anywhere else!

  • omi
    Posted at 00:56h, 12 October 2009 Reply

    thanks and blessings -this funkymusic music takes out the frustrations from too much taste-less and simple music out and about. Ain’t nuthin like the sweet old soulbluesjazz! lets you know the real heavy and goodtime music isn’t too far away… infinite thanks folks…:-}

  • sage
    Posted at 00:07h, 17 October 2009 Reply

    thanks for the sweet soul music, it is the best form of music in my opinion. they don’t make them like they used to. keep on teaching the young.

  • James
    Posted at 05:39h, 07 December 2009 Reply

    I’ve found some real finds on this site, and a few clunkers. Brother To Brother really stands out to me. This is a fantastic album, with a variety of moods. One of the best things I’ve heard in quite some time.

  • Lou
    Posted at 07:46h, 18 June 2010 Reply

    Thank you very much for this… Greatly appreciated! 🙂

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 15:55h, 02 July 2010 Reply

    I bought the 7″ of this but never found the album. Thank you very much

  • j-smooth
    Posted at 23:51h, 16 August 2010 Reply

    would you happen to have their “Shades In Creation” LP???

  • Profit
    Posted at 02:48h, 02 January 2012 Reply

    This album is dope as phuck! Made my day. Thanks for sacrificing the time and energy to bring rare shit our way. Peace

  • maurizio
    Posted at 12:29h, 05 January 2012 Reply

    it compliments for the blog, sin that cannot be unloaded free from easybytez

  • Victor
    Posted at 19:33h, 22 February 2012 Reply

    Don’t you think it’s a crime more people don’t know about this album. Been searching for awhile, thanks for all your work.

  • Kevin
    Posted at 13:48h, 19 April 2012 Reply

    I love the original version of The Bottle, but really excited about the other version too now! Thanks for the upload and hard work to keep this blog alive.

  • Murilo Dio
    Posted at 19:57h, 06 June 2015 Reply

    Parabéns pelo trabalho, esse blog foi uma grande descoberta !!

  • chris
    Posted at 16:29h, 30 August 2015 Reply

    Finally 4 me the Gil Scott Heron Cover isn´t the remarkable point of this fantastic album. My highlights are Junkie, Trespassing, Big Brother …….
    Brilliant Work Nikos. Never heard of this band. Thx!!!

    Bought a copy yesterday on a flea market for 5€. The guy does´t know what he´s got in his rubbish;)

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