Friday, 10 December 2010

YELLOW SUNSHINE - YELLOW SUNSHINE (GAMBLE 1973) Jap mastering cardboard sleeve




An excellent bit of spacey funk – and one of the most obscure Gamble/Huff records ever recorded! Yellow Sunshine are a hip funky jazz group, very tight in the riffing department, with a sound that would be more at home on Fantasy Records than Philly International. Dexter Wansel's in the group playing some excellent keyboards, and the tracks are mostly instrumentals with an excellent funky fusion groove – really ripping away with a massive intensity, and storing up a few very tasty breaks – of the sort that's made this album a legend for years with the beatheads! Titles include "All Along The Seashore", "Happiness", "Yellow Sunshine", "The Greetch", and "Apollo 17".[Dusty Groove America]
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6 comments:

Record Fiend said...

One of the best psych-funk LPs of all time. Anyone who likes early-period P-Funk will like Yellow Sunshine as well. Magnificent post, Georgie!

RF

Anonymous said...

Greats thanks ... Peace

DaveB. said...

Never heard this before. THanks so much!

Peace and SOUL,
Dave...

Bill said...

Thanks for the share!

La Piazza Gancio said...

Good to see Magic Notes back in action!

And Happy Holidays to you!

Woof Burgers said...

Yessir!.