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Teacher Heaters, The / Unknown Artist - Pp12006
Teacher Heaters, The / Unknown Artist
Pp12006
12" | 2018 | US | Original (Preservation Project)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Contains two unreleased early 1970s monster soul tracks! This is a 12", 180g EP. On Side A, smile your way through two songs found only on PP006 by The Teacher Haters — in fact, we challenge you to get through these tracks without smiling. Straight out of the 60s comes a group that could have been played with Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs back in the day. These whimsical works are deceptively deep as they take us to a time when garage punk fused with R&B. The two bonus tracks on Side B are unreleased early 1970s dance floor igniters. The first track on Side B offers a special treat in We Got A Thing by an unknown group — a crossover soul dancer that invites you to sing along with an infectious, call-and-response chorus. Things go deeper with Guys Today - a soul beat ballad in the vein of Betty Wright or Helene Smith. At first glance, The Teacher Haters and the two unknown groups seem to share only a few things in common — party-themed music conceived in the 60s with an R&B flavor. But between sides A and B, it feels like these groups are talking to each other — perhaps different perspectives of the same party. Perhaps the party itself and then the fallout. The result is a balanced EP release that feels whole and satisfying. We hope you feel the same as we proudly present these found recordings as an exclusive 12” on 180 gram vinyl. Please enjoy.
Bruce Marshall / Bill Thomas - Gimme My Wife / Ease My Mind
Bruce Marshall / Bill Thomas
Gimme My Wife / Ease My Mind
7" | 2018 | US | Original (Preservation Project)
13,29 €* 13,99 € -5%
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Come be our special guest at the P-Funk party of PP-005 — a release reminiscent of those pioneers of funk, Parliament and Funkadelic. These found tracks by Bruce Marshall and Bill Thomas were likely recorded around the time of “Osmium” and “Maggot Brain” — in fact, the artists featured here may have been directly influenced by the movement as it was happening, making these discoveries remarkable entries into the history of psych funk.Where to begin with Bruce Marshall’s “Gimme My Wife” on the A side? Try to imagine a psychedelic football game, with driving wah wah funk as the halftime show. The frenetic instrumentation is guided by an infectious guitar hook, coupled with a loose chorus of voices and whistle blows. They all come together at the end to chant what sounds like “parrrr-tay,” a foreshadowing of that refrain the Beastie Boys would popularize.Things get a little more solemn on side B with an instant classic by Bill Thomas, “Ease My Mind Pt. 1.” A surprising dirge of fuzzy guitar leads into a chorus that sings, like a mantra, “I have seen much trouble...ease my mind.” Things morph into tight horns backed by some prominent organ — in fact, this is one of the tightest horn sections on any of our releases to date.Psych funk is alive and well on our fifth release — adding a new dimension to the amazing body of P-Funk that’s already out there. Who knows what could have happened had these cuts reached ears during the 70s — but the time for the Marshall-Thomas ship to land is now. Put this on to get your next party going, and it’ll do most of the work for you. Get this special, split 7” on limited-run vinyl while you can.
Teacher Haters, The - Big Pig Alley / Cut Loose
Teacher Haters, The
Big Pig Alley / Cut Loose
7" | 2018 | EU | Original (Preservation Project)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Preorder 22.02.2019
Smile your way through two songs by The Teacher Haters — in fact, we challenge you to get through these tracks without smiling. Even the name of the band invokes a chuckle as it suggests what these guys are about — and that’s the P-A-R-T-Y. Straight out of the 60s comes a group that could have been played with Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs back in the day. These whimsical works are deceptively deep as they take us to a time when garage punk fused with R&B.“Big Pig Alley” is uncomplicated, and that’s what makes it great — it sounds like a bunch of college guys having a good time, writing lyrics on the spot: “If you’re lookin’ for romance, take a train, take a plane...or a raft to France.” The guys have something other than romance on their minds as they chug along on acoustic guitar and trash can drums (and possibly other things). What really makes the track, though, is the witchy background voice — the performance is loose enough, while the witch is doing his own thing entirely.The witch returns on side B in the up-tempo, dance-ready “Cut Loose.” No obscure artistry here — these guys tell you exactly what the song is for in the title. In fact, just in case you missed it, they state their thesis in the opening lines: “I wanna shake all night, I wanna do it right, I wanna dance, dance, dance with you…” All of their collegiate effort is put toward getting you to move your hips in this groovy, rockabilly-flavored mix.Snap up the mid-century college party in a box that is PP006 — and hope your tables don’t get too scuffed up from people dancing on them. The fun that The Teacher Haters had in making these tracks is all here and available to you — whether you want to go on a nostalgic trip through a 60s coed party, or host your own shindig where dancing is mandatory. Get your hands on this 7" before the regents show up.
Bruce Marshall / Bill Thomas - PP-005
Bruce Marshall / Bill Thomas
PP-005
12" | 2018 | US | Original (Preservation Project)
19,94 €* 20,99 € -5%
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The incredible psych funk from June's PP-005, with two additional, EP-exclusive tracks. The companion to the limited 7" (PP-005), our new 180g 12" EP plays at 45RPM, has the same awesome unreleased tracks as PP-005, but also includes a couple extra unreleased tracks that you won't find on 7". This 12" 180g EP ships in July, following the 7" (PP005) which ships in June. The 7" (PP005) will contain 2 of the 4 tracks found on this EP, with the remaining 2 tracks exclusive to this EP (PP12005).
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