CRATERY 9: Tapery

(The 90 Minute Joint)
For the 9th installment of our monthly dig diary, the hommie Kaewonder and I took it back. The contents of Cratery 9 were recorded entirely on a 90 minute cassette. Don’t ask why. Don’t ask how. Simply reacquaint yourself with some good old-fashioned tape hiss while Kae and I go 3 for 3 (3 X 3 = 9) on more Soul, Funk, Jazz, Brazilian and Rock bangers from our personal collections. Highlights include Waltel Branco’s ultra-rare “Meu Balanco” , The Quick’s boogie instrumental “Zulu”, Louie Shelton’s guitar workout “Evolution” and some late 70’s groove from the Muscle Shoals Horns on “Addicted to your love”. Cratery 9. Straight off the muhfuckin’ cassette!!!!!!!

Harvey Mandel “Cristo Redentor”
Louie Shelton “Evolution”
Phil Upchurch “Sitar Soul”
Jackie and Roy “Deus Brasileiro”
Tamba 4 “Pensando”
Waltel Branco “Meu Balanco”
CCS “Wade in the water”
Zylan “Back in Yesterday”
Gypsy “Antithesis”
The Fatback Band “Baby Doll”
Tyrone Washington “Submission”
Astrud Gilberto “Take it easy my brother Charlie”

The Quick “Zulu (instrumental)”
Mojoba “Disco Music”
Merry Clayton “How’d I Know”
Renee Geyer Band “Love’s got a hold”
Muscle Shoals Horns “Addicted to your love”
Crown Heights Affair “I am Me”
Monk Montgomery “Reality”
The Simon Park Orchestra “Dawn to Dusk”
Mystic Moods “Cosmic Sea”
London Experimental Jazz Quartet “Destroy the Nihilist Picnic”
101 Strings Flameout
Idris Muhammad “Loran’s Dance”

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