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Salt Of The Earth

50th Anniversary Edition of the classic sophomore album by D.C.-based Funk and Go-Go legends, The Soul Searchers. Originally released in 1974 by Sussex Records, ... continue reading

The Great Spectacular

The Great Spectacular is Dixie Dregs’ original 1975 demo debut album, recorded at the University of Miami as a class project, pressed independently by ... continue reading

Non-Stop

Expanded edition of disco funk band B.T. Express’s 1975 sophomore album, Non-Stop, plus five bonus tracks. The band’s second #1 R&B album following its ... continue reading

Dance of the Age of Enlightenment

David Sancious recorded his most ambitious album, Dance of the Age of Enlightenment, in 1976, accompanied by Tone. Conceived as a ballet in four ... continue reading

Springfield

Rick Springfield seemed to be on a fast track to stardom by 1974. He had it all: a batch of well-crafted commercially viable songs, ... continue reading

In the Skies

After departing Fleetwood Mac in 1970 then disappearing from the music scene altogether shortly thereafter under a cloud of drug and mental health issues, ... continue reading

The Son of Rock and Roll

Seldom has an album title rung as true as The Son of Rock and Roll. Rocky Burnette grew up around the music from day ... continue reading

Do It (‘Til You’re Satisfied)

Do It (’Til You’re Satisfied) by B.T. Express, originally released in 1974, is a landmark album in funk and dance music. The disc’s tight, ... continue reading

Tale Spinnin’

Recorded and originally released in 1975, Tale Spinnin‘, Weather Report’s fifth studio album, is an overlooked gem that stands with anything recorded during the ... continue reading

Go For Your Guns

Go for Your Guns was the fifth album by the 3+3 line-up of the Isley Brothers and was a landmark album for the group on ... continue reading