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Kuniyuki Takahashi - Feather World (2LP)
Kuniyuki Takahashi - Feather World (2LP)Mule Musiq
¥3,198
japanese veteran electronic music producer kuniyuki takahashi’s fourth album on mule which is released in 2013 on only cd is finally available on vinyl! some of our respected artists like bugge wesseltoft,anne clark, henrik schwarz,fumio itabashi are featured. it’s a first class mixture of jazz, african,soul in a modern electronic music. we would say one of the masterpiece in our music scene. limited to 500.
Manu Dibango - Africadelic (LP)
Manu Dibango - Africadelic (LP)SURVIVAL RESEARCH
¥2,398
The strange and majestic musical beast that is Africadelic was Dibango’s follow-up to Soul Makossa, but it was initially released on Louis Delacour’s library music label, Mondiaphone, before “Soul Makossa” became an international phenomenon. As a Mondiaphone release, it was aimed at television and film producers seeking atmospheric background music, so the original titles are simply “Theme No 1,” “Theme No 2,” etc, with corresponding rhythmic notations such as “3/4 Africain,” “Afro Beat 12/8” and “Medium Soul Beat,” though once “Soul Makossa” hit the stratosphere, subsequent reissues bore actual song titles. In any case, the album is simply wonderful, a driving mix of Afro soul, funk and jazz, with an undercurrent of Latin percussion throughout, given further shades by rock guitar and soul organ, as heard on “African Battle” and the title track; opener “Soul Fiesta” builds dramatic percussive tension before Dibango drops a killer vibraphone riff, while “African Carnival” makes the most of the full horn section, Dibango’s sax soloing giving room for complex polyrhythmic percussion breaks. “Oriental Sunset” has beautiful vibraphone from Dibango too, as well as a thrilling flute melody, “Monkey Beat” and “Wa Wa” are funky soul struts and “Percussion Storm” has the band marching off into the African sunset as Dibango unleashes another killer vibraphone melody. Listening back to the album now, it is hard to believe that the whole shebang was written in a couple of days and committed to tape within the space of a week, but that is all more testimony to the greatness of Manu Dibango, one of African music’s true pioneers. Play loud and often for best effect!
Arlene Tiger, The Clay Pitts Orchestra - Female Animal: The Original Soundtrack‎ (LP)
Arlene Tiger, The Clay Pitts Orchestra - Female Animal: The Original Soundtrack‎ (LP)SURVIVAL RESEARCH
¥2,398
New York-based Arlene Farber, who later had a bit part in The French Connection, was renamed Arlene Tiger by future husband, Jerry Gross, for the lurid Female Animal, one of the exploitation films he directed and distributed in the late 60s and early 70s (here under the alias Juan Carlo Grinella). With a debauched plot about the raunchy misfortunes that befell an attractive peasant girl (with Gross appearing as a pimp), the film benefitted from a lush soundtrack by the Clay Pitts Orchestra, written and conducted by the enigmatic Pitts himself (the alias of US composer Derek Ware). This easy listening LP is a true stunner of the genre, a must-have for all fans of lounge music, as well as original exploitation soundtracks.
Rino De Filippi - Arte Marziale (LP)
Rino De Filippi - Arte Marziale (LP)Cometa Edizioni Musicali
¥2,998
Recorded in 1973 in Rome - at Piero Umiliani’s "Sound WorkShop" – this one of the stand-out italian libraries to say the least. The whole record oozes a dreamy, mysterious, surrealist atmosphere enhanced by the vivid instrumentation that open a series of mesmerizing pieces which range from the gentle to the hypnotic. Eastern sounds, ritual horns and assorted metal banging and scrapping add to the whole mix for a landmark sound that will eventually evolve in delirious lysergic passages, hypnotic bass riffing, stoned funk beats, dubbed-out passages and Rino De Filippi trade-mark collage and sound manipulation.
Can - Delay 1968 (LP)Can - Delay 1968 (LP)
Can - Delay 1968 (LP)Mute
¥3,615
Includes the classic song "The Thief", which has been covered by Radiohead! The 13th album was recorded in 1968 when Malcolm Mooney, the first vocalist of German Rock Gods Can, was in the band, and was not released until 1981. By 1968, the band had already foreseen the arrival of post-punk, no-wave and even electronica, and their edgy psychedelic sound was already in full swing. This is a masterpiece that fully showcases their edgy psychedelic sound.

Herbie Hancock - Fat Albert Rotunda (LP)
Herbie Hancock - Fat Albert Rotunda (LP)Antarctica Starts Here
¥2,558

If Fat Albert Rotunda sounds like the most fun Herbie Hancock had in his early years as a band leader, it should. He composed the music for the pilot of the children’s television show Fat Albert, redirecting the post-bop jazz he honed in a five-year stint with the Miles Davis Quintet towards the R&B and funk styles with which he was becoming enamored. The result was a playful, joyous album in which Hancock clearly had a great time.
 
The same goes for the rest of his Sextet, which by the time of recording in late 1969 was both razor sharp and confidently loose from rehearsing and touring. Flying high with three horn players—Joe Henderson on sax and flute, Garnett Brown on trombone and Johnny Coles on trumpet and flugelhorn—alongside Hancock’s soaring Fender Rhodes electric piano, the group could swing freely on a track like the rousing “Fat Mama” and emote precisely on the subtle “Tell Me A Bedtime Story.”
 
Their versatility won over Warner Bros. who signed Hancock after hearing these infectious compositions and watched Fat Albert Rotunda climb the Billboard Jazz Charts. In subsequent years, Hancock would expand and experiment with the Sextet’s sound, creating two more albums for Warner Bros. Regardless of where he went next, Fat Albert Rotunda is still, 50 years later, about as fun as music gets.

Alessandro Alessandroni - La Professoressa di Scienze Naturali (LP)
Alessandro Alessandroni - La Professoressa di Scienze Naturali (LP)Sonor Music Editions
¥3,593
Sonor Music Editions proudly presents the whole, previously unreleased soundtrack of the Italian erotic comedy cult "La Professoressa Di Scienze Naturali " movie from 1976, directed by Michele Massimo Tarantini. Starring the Italian sexy symbol Lilli Carati and filmed in the beautiful Ischia island, this incredible score by maestro Alessandro Alessandroni is part of the prolific sexy-comedy movement of Italian cinema between 1970s and 80s. Funky, groovy, erotic and flirtatious inspired sounds with the matchless '70s Italian taste sorrounded by unbelievable breaks and downtempo beats: this majestic soundtrack collects all the best Alessandroni's special flair in a unique release, showcasing his use of four/four grooves and wah-wah guitars juxtaposed against strings and orchestral arrangements, killer drums and so on. Limited edition for collectors with artwork designed by John Henriksson (Piano Piano Records) and remastered sound.
Steve Lacy with Don Cherry - Evidence (LP)
Steve Lacy with Don Cherry - Evidence (LP)Sowing Records
¥2,398
Soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy continued his early exploration of Thelonious Monk’s compositions on this 1961’s Evidence Lacy worked extensively with Monk, absorbing the pianist’s intricate music and adding his individualist soprano saxophone mark to it. On this date, he employs the equally impressive Don Cherry on trumpet, who was playing with the Ornette Coleman quartet at the time, drummer Billy Higgins, who played with both Coleman and Monk, and bassist Carl Brown. Cherry proved capable of playing outside the jagged lines he formulated with Coleman, being just as complimentary and exciting in Monk’s arena with Lacy. Out of the six tracks, four are Monk’s compositions while the remaining are lesser known Ellington numbers: “The Mystery Song” and “Something to Live For” (co-written with Billy Strayhorn).
Dick Hyman - The Age Of Electronicus (LP)
Dick Hyman - The Age Of Electronicus (LP)Pleasure For Music
¥2,078

In his long career Dick Hyman has covered a great variety of music fields, from Broadway through music for film and television to jazz, classical, pop, and electronic music.

"The Age of Electronicus" originally released in 1969 is one of his Electronic Pop jewels. A breathtaking sequence of reworked hits of the day including outstanding electro-versions of Lennon McCartney's classics such as "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La- Da" and "Blackbird" and Bacharach's "Alfie" A whole feast of analog Moog sounds, primitive drums machines, repetitive bass lines and lots of robotic beats. All packaged in a memorable, colourful album cover.

Sun Ra - Sound Sun Pleasure (LP)
Sun Ra - Sound Sun Pleasure (LP)Saturn
¥2,052
180g vinyl. 1970 featuring vocals by Hattie Randolph. As you can guess from the fact that the band plays some standards such as "Round Midnight", this is probably the best jazz album among the many releases. This is a masterpiece with a moody atmosphere that drifts throughout the album. highly recommend this album to everyone from jazz listeners of the past to movie lovers.
V.A.- Our Town: Jazz Fusion, Funky Pop & Bossa Gayo Tracks from Dong-A Records (Blue LP)V.A.- Our Town: Jazz Fusion, Funky Pop & Bossa Gayo Tracks from Dong-A Records (Blue LP)
V.A.- Our Town: Jazz Fusion, Funky Pop & Bossa Gayo Tracks from Dong-A Records (Blue LP)Beat Ball Music
¥4,287

Blue vinyl. One word that could be used to aptly describe Japan’s society and culture during the 1980s would be ‘bubble economy (バブル 経済)’, which is to say that it was characterized by abnormally inflated asset prices. Japan, which had emerged as a global economic powerhouse through the rapid growth of the 70s, saw an era of unprecedented economic prosperity as it entered the 80s. At this time, the very notion of city life, with its promise of prosperity amid economic stability, had a sense of allure to it. A growing number of people sought to partake in a culture that was more sophisticated and refined. Likewise, a growing consumer base was purchasing automobiles and car audios. It was amid this atmosphere that new forms of music drawing on western soft rock, AOR, and adult contemporary, and incorporating elements of smooth jazz, contemporary R&B, and funk, rose to prominence. The urban-tinged music created by artists such as Haruomi Hosono (細野晴臣, formerly of Japanese rock pioneers ‘Happy End’) and Tatsuro Yamashita (山下達郎) came to be known as city pop. The city pop boom, which was buoyed on by the optimism pervading Japanese society during the 80s, faded away along with the collapse of the economic bubble. City pop still went on to influence the ‘Shibuya-kei’ style, which developed during the 90s around Tokyo’s Shibuya district, drawing from French pop, baroque pop, bossa nova, lounge, and house music. The recent resurgence in the popularity of city pop, to the point where it appears to have carved out a central position in digger / listener culture, is a rather intriguing phenomenon. To begin with, the term ‘city pop’ itself was more of a marketing slogan, pointing to ‘music with urban sensibilities’ targeted toward consumers aspiring to urban life, rather than a descriptor of some particular music style or genre. Neither was the term widely used during the 80s, the historical peak of the style’s popularity. On the contrary, it appears to have been rediscovered and redefined amid the ‘new-tro’ vogue of the late 2000s, driven by the nostalgia of those who grew up during the 80s. The important elements of ‘city pop’ have more to do with the sensational and affective descriptors associated with the term itself – such as sophistication, relaxedness, comfort, freshness, dynamism, elegance, radiance, sweetness, as well as the splendor and romanticism associated with the city. The underlying appeal of retro stems from the desire to experience and enjoy things from before one’s own time. This is not unconnected to the popularity of ‘cool kitschy’ subcultural trends like vaporwave or future funk. So, there’s nothing surprising about today’s youths digging through well or lesser-known Korean gayo records from the early / mid 90s featuring AOR, jazz fusion, or funky styles. Likewise, the artists that are mentioned under the keywords of ‘Korean City Pop’ – names like the Yoon Soo-il Band or the City Kids, Lee Jae-min, Bom Yeoreum Gaeul Kyeoul, Kim Hyun-chul, Yoon Sang, Jang Pil-soon, Bitgwa Sogeum, Yang Soo-kyung, Nami, and Lee Eun-ha – are not unfamiliar. Though their popularity might have been short-lived at the time, their music featured soft saxophone parts, lively rhythms, delicately-crafted harmonies, and beautiful melodies. These make for a fusion sound that is particularly well-suited for the tastes of today. It is worth appreciating that the 90s, by which time the waves of American AOR and Japan’s city pop had faded away, was a golden age for Korean gayo. So, it’s quite rewarding and enjoyable to rediscover and listen to tracks that are well worth another spin after all those years. Amid this process of rediscovery, one of the recurring names is ‘Dong-A Records’ – an artist-driven label that has left a distinctive mark on Korean pop music. It rose to become the ‘Mecca of Korea’s underground music’ thanks to its unique beginnings, sense of orientation, and production / promotion methods that set it apart from the usual record labels and entertainment agencies. Consider some of the mainstays of the label’s roster – there’s a long list of illustrious artists including Deulgukhwa, Shi-in-gwa Chonjang (Poet and Chief), Cho Dong-jin, the Shinchon Blues, Han Young-ae, Kim Hyun-shik, Pureun Haneul, Kim Hyun-chul, Bom Yeoreum Gaeul Kyeoul, Bitgwa Sogeum, Jang Pil-soon, Park Hak-gi, and Lee Sora. Although Bom Yeoreum Gaeul Kyeoul did score a latter-day hit in 2002 with ‘Bravo, My Life!’, the true heyday of Dong-A Records was a short-lived period that lasted from the mid-80s to the early-90s. Regardless of whether some of the works achieved commercial and/or popular success, all albums were produced to high musical standards. Building on the individuality and talent of the artists on the roster, each of the works produced at Dong-A employed capable session musicians and were recorded meticulously. And among this body of work, there have been a number of tunes that did not fade away with the passing of the years, but have remained like sparkling gems strewn across the sandy beaches of time. Such are the tunes that have been carefully collected into this compilation album. The 10 tracks were selected by the multi- talented Tiger Disco, who has made his name amid the retro resurgence as a DJ specializing in funk / disco gayo from the 80s. The title of this compilation, ‘Our Town’, and the by-title, ‘Jazz Fusion, Funky Pop & Bossa Gayo Tracks from Dong-A Records’ plainly set down the character of the album. Perhaps a more ‘current’ description of the album would be to call it a ‘Dong-A Records City Pop Collection’. The tracks cover the historical heyday years of the label – from 1989 to 1993 – an era by which Korea’s gayo scene had matured to the point of making significant strides forward in terms of both quality and quantity. Amid a previously pop-dominated music market, gayo music had carved out a newfound and varied sense of status, putting out records that were enthusiastically purchased by young listeners. Upcoming Korean musicians who had absorbed the vibrant and plentiful influences and sensibilities of 80s pop, rock, and jazz had started reaching new levels of sophistication in their music, thus setting them apart from the gayo acts that had come before them without thinking to confine or limit themselves to notions of ‘Korean-ness’. In any case, their music was uncommon in Korea at the time. The sensibilities of these songs, which in many aspects were ahead of their time, sometimes served as a refreshing inspiration for listeners while escaping popular notice at other times. And now, after nearly a generation has passed, the tunes of this compilation have not lost their appeal. Throwbacks to some, and the object of engrossing discovery to others, the tunes selected here remain cool and hip.

Jon Hassell - Seeing Through Sound (Pentimento Volume Two) (CD)
Jon Hassell - Seeing Through Sound (Pentimento Volume Two) (CD)Beat Records
¥2,200
Jon Hassell, a genius who just released a remastered version of the famous experimental music history "Vernal Equinox" in March of this year as a memorable debut work, "Listening To Pictures (Pentimento Volume One)" The latest work, "Seeing Through Sound (Pentimento Volume Two)" has been released!

"Pentimento" means "in a painting, the original image, format, and brush flow that has been modified or overlaid reappear." The term accurately describes his innovative style of "painting", creating a new, indescribable, addictive palette by layering subtle differences.
Given the traditional Hassel, this title can be interpreted in many ways. But perhaps the most plausible interpretation at this point is the human instinct to sing and have fun in the face of repeated difficulties. It's the future blues that sang uncertainties and ever-changing shapes. On this album, Hassel is once again adventuring to create new forms and variants of music, incorporating elements of the "fourth world" of the past. It's a thrilling window-like work where you can see what the world's music will be like in the future.

"Jon Hassell is the most influential composer of the last 50 years. His invention, called'Fourth World Music', gives a deep respect to the music of different cultures around the world. He paved the way. His work had a great influence on other artists, through which his musical tastes changed dramatically. His unique intellectual contribution is also noteworthy. He is a patient and eloquent theorist and a great musician. "-Brian Eno

Jon Hassell's greatness in contemporary music history is comparable to Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, James Brown, or The Velvet Underground. --The Wire Magazine
Moondog And His Honking Geese Playing Moondog's Music (10")
Moondog And His Honking Geese Playing Moondog's Music (10")Honest Jon's Records
¥1,627
The original is an EP that was released as a private press in 1953. In the 1950s, he performed avant-garde and more original than anyone else. I have no idea what kind of music was the foundation, but it is a wonderful performance full of vitality and creativity born from the depths of human beings.
Sun Ra and his myth Science Arkestra - Interstellar Low Ways (LP)
Sun Ra and his myth Science Arkestra - Interstellar Low Ways (LP)Saturn
¥2,052
180g vinyl. Saturn, released in the latter half of 1960. Sun Ra style modal exo jazz with a mixture of exotic percussion accents and bebop colors.
Sun Ra - Monorails And Satellites (LP)
Sun Ra - Monorails And Satellites (LP)Saturn
¥2,052
180g vinyl. The 1973 piano solo sound source that continues to play the piano by Sun Ra alone, not the sound source that led the archestra that records both galaxy performances and Sun Ra as a jazz pianist.
Sun Ra & His Solar Arkestra - Secrets Of The Sun (LP)
Sun Ra & His Solar Arkestra - Secrets Of The Sun (LP)Saturn
¥2,052
Sun Ra's important early work and rare edition, "Secrets Of The Sun" in 1965 is reissued. Popular songs such as "Friendly Galaxy" with thick and three-dimensional shaking, "Love In Outer Space", the eternal theme of outer space-love, "Solar Differentials" that controls the voice of the universe, and percussion 2 "Solar Symbols" played using one. In the deep sound, I'm completely on the "ambient" side at this point rather than percussion ... this is what I hear. It is a good LP where the universe hidden in Sun Ra exploded.
Sunny Murray - An Even Break (Never Give A Sucker) (LP)
Sunny Murray - An Even Break (Never Give A Sucker) (LP)BYG RECORDS
¥1,887
Sunny Murray (1936-2017), an American avant-garde jazz drummer widely known for his work with Cecil Taylor and Albert Ayler, recorded this masterpiece album in 1969 at the famous Saravah studio run by Pierre Barroux. Sunny Murray (1936-2017), an American avant-garde jazz drummer widely known for his work with Cecil Taylor and Albert Ayler, recorded this great album in 1969 at Pierre Barroux's famous Saravah studio. The album features saxophonist Byard Lancaster, who also plays with Sun Ra, as well as Malachi Favors and Kenneth Terroade of The Art Ensemble Of Chicago. To the delight of enthusiasts, Daniel Vallancien, who also worked on Don Cherry and Musica Elettronica Viva, was the sound engineer. In the same year, he left three leader albums, and this album is the first of them, and it shows off his avant-garde/spiritual jazz sound to the fullest. This album is the first in a series of three albums by the band.
Sunny Murray - Hommage To Africa (LP)
Sunny Murray - Hommage To Africa (LP)BYG RECORDS
¥1,887
Third volume in the BYG Actuel series; gatefold sleeve, 180 gram vinyl. "After three years as a member of Albert Ayler's band (1964-1967), avant-garde jazz drummer Sunny Murray traveled to France where he recorded for Affinity and BYG. The amazing Homage to Africa was recorded on August 15, 1969 for BYG and features Archie Shepp, Alan Silva, Grachan Moncur III, Lester Bowie, Clifford Thornton, Roscoe Mitchell, Kenneth Terroade and Jeanne Lee."
Archie Shepp And The Full Moon Ensemble - Live In Antibes (Vol. 2) (LP)
Archie Shepp And The Full Moon Ensemble - Live In Antibes (Vol. 2) (LP)BYG RECORDS
¥2,050
39th volume in the BYG Actuel series; gatefold sleeve, 180 gram vinyl. "Super live recordings (dated July 18 and July 20, 1970) captured in France at the Antibes-Juan Les Pins Jazz Festival. Archie Shepp and the Full Moon Ensemble (including Allen Shorter, Clifford Thornton, Joseph DeJean, Beb Guerin and Claude Delcloo) playing four long and really intense tracks."
Alan Silva And His Celestrial Communication Orchestra - Luna Surface (LP)
Alan Silva And His Celestrial Communication Orchestra - Luna Surface (LP)BYG RECORDS
¥1,887
12th volume in the BYG Actuel series. "Super-session recorded in Paris on August 17, 1969. Alan Silva collected here many of the top free jazz players of the time, an incredible 11-piece ensemble featuring, among others, Grachan Moncur III, Archie Shepp, Anthony Braxton, Dave Burrell, Leroy Jenkins, and Malachi Favors. As a result, this is a very free record and a historical document of Pan-African high art music. Two tracks."
Archie Shepp - Live at the Panafrican Festival (LP)
Archie Shepp - Live at the Panafrican Festival (LP)BYG RECORDS
¥1,887
We've stocked up on some of "Actuel" series from BYG, the legendary catalog in the history of free jazz! This is a masterpiece of Archie Shepp's performance recorded live at the Panafrican Festival, a pan-African cultural festival held in Algiers, Algeria in July 1969. The sound is still overwhelming.... This legendary album was recorded over two days from July 29th to 30th with Dave Burrell, Alan Silva, Sunny Murray, and local musicians from North Africa. This is a legendary album recorded over two days from July 29th to 30th. It is an amazing trance music with a spiritual horn section blowing in response to psychedelic Jajuka ritual music.
The Beaters - Rufaro Happiness (LP)
The Beaters - Rufaro Happiness (LP)Matsuli Music
¥3,482

The Beaters – Harari was released in 1975. After changing their name, Harari went into the studio late in 1976 to record their follow-up, Rufaro / Happiness. In 1976 they were voted South Africa’s top instrumental group and were in high demand at concert venues across the country. 

Comprising former schoolmates guitarist and singer Selby Ntuli, bassist Alec Khaoli, lead guitarist Monty Ndimande and drummer Sipho Mabuse, the group had come a long way from playing American-styled instrumental soul in the late sixties to delivering two Afro-rock masterpieces. 

Before these two albums the Beaters had been disciples of ‘Soweto Soul’ – an explosion of township bands drawing on American soul and inspired by the assertive image of Stax and Motown’s Black artists. The Beaters supported Percy Sledge on his 1970 South African tour (and later Timmy Thomas, Brook Benton and Wilson Pickett). But their watershed moment was their three month tour of Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia) where they were inspired by the strengthening independence struggle and musicians such as Thomas Mapfumo who were turning to African influences. On their return, the neat Nehru jackets that had been the band’s earliest stage wear were replaced by dashikis and Afros. 

“In Harari we rediscovered our African-ness, the infectious rhythms and music of the continent. We came back home inspired! We were overhauling ourselves into dashiki-clad musicians who were Black Power saluting and so on.” Sipho Hotstix Mabuse, talking of the band’s time spent on tour in the (then) Rhodesian township from where they took their name. As well as expressing confident African politics, Alec Khaoli recalled, they pioneered by demonstrating that such messages could also be carried by “...happy music. During apartheid times we made people laugh and dance when things weren’t looking good.” 

The two albums capture the band on the cusp of this transition. One the first album Harari, Inhlupeko Iphelile, Push It On and Thiba Kamoo immediately signal the new Afro-centric fusion of rock, funk and indigenous influences. Amercian soul pop is not forgotten with Love, Love, Love and, helped along by Kippie Moeketsi and Pat Matshikiza a bump-jive workout What’s Happening concludes the album. The second album Rufaro pushes the African identity and fusion further, with key tracks Oya Kai (Where are you going?), Musikana and Uzulu whilst the more pop-styled Rufaro and Afro-Gas point to where Harari were headed to in years to come. The popularity and sales generated by these two classic albums saw them signed by Gallo and release just two more albums with the original line-up before the untimely death of Selby Ntuli in 1978. Whilst they went on to greater success, even landing a song in the US Billboard Disco Hot 100 in 1982, it was never the same again. 

“Harari’s music still speaks directly to one of my goals as a younger artist: to express myself as an African without pretending that I don’t have all these other musical elements – classical, jazz, house – inside me.” (Thandi Ntuli, niece of Selby Ntuli).

Boogie Down Productions - Criminal Minded (LP)
Boogie Down Productions - Criminal Minded (LP)B-Boy Records
¥1,917
This is the first historical album released in 1987, representing the golden age of hip-hop. A great combination of lo-fi and rough tracks by vintage sampler E-MU SP1200 and hardcore by teacher KRS ONE.
Schoolly-D - P.S.K. What Does It Mean?/Gucci Time (12")
Schoolly-D - P.S.K. What Does It Mean?/Gucci Time (12")Get On Down
¥1,892
Limited color vinyl edition. Two masterpieces that have made their mark in hip-hop history! Here is a must-have 12" featuring two killer tracks from Philadelphia hip-hop legend Schoolly D. The first is "P.S.K. What Does It Mean? and "Gucci Time", one of the greatest gangsta rap songs of all time. Liner notes by Schoolly D himself are also included.

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