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Entries in Sir Douglas Quintet (2)


New Digs | August 2018

Yeah man! Posts have slowed down around here... but no worries! Records still keep piling up! Hard to imagine finally landing a copy of "Headless Heroes of The Apocalypse" from one of my local spots. Here are some of the records to find their way home. 


Amish - S/T (Sussex, 1972)

Truth & Devotion - Heaven At Last (Tyscot, 1981)

Irma Thomas - Take A Look (Imperial, 1966)

The Farm Band - S/T (Mantra, 1972)

Toe Fat - Two (Rare Earth, 1971)

Eugene McDaniels - Headless Heroes of The Apocalypse (Atlantic, 1971) <-- promo

Eddy Senay - Step By Step (Sussex, 1972) <-- promo

Sir Douglas Quintet - 1+1+1=4 (Philips, 1970)

Bob Haack - The Electric Lucifer (Columbia, 1970)

Arthur Adams - It's Private Tonight (Blue Thumb, 1973) <-- promo

Genesis - In The Beginning (Mercury, 1968)

Shuggie Otis - Freedom Flight (Epic, 1971)


New Digs - Late August 2012 | Everybody's Records Ca$h Mob

Photo from Everybody's Records' facebook pageA couple weekends back, Cash Mob Cincy brought their event to Everybody's Records, one of the best record spots in the area. I had never heard of a Cash Mob, but in the spirit of a Flash Mob, their idea is to create a planned, yet somewhat spontaneous, event where patrons all show up at the same time to support a local business in a big way. Since I'm all about records, and supporting local business, I was in from the get-go. To make the event even more enticing, the organizers partnered with Selectas Choice, one of the city's finest DJ collectives, and had the crew set-up their turntables and wreck shop right in the middle of the store. The vibe was right, I caught the vinyl bug, and proceeded to get my cash mob-on! It was cool to support Everybody's alongside other record nerds in such a celebratory manner and look forward to more events in the future.

I scored some heaters fo' sho! Here is the hulkshare of the haul:

Roxy Music - S/T (Reprise, 1972)

Roxy Music - For Your Pleasure (Island, 1973)

Roxy Music - Country Life (Atco, 1973)

The Nails - Hotel For Women (Jimboco/City Beat, 1981)

Kool & The Gang - Music Is The Message (DeLite, 1972)

Gun - S/T (Epic, 1968?)

Sweet Apple - S/T (Columbia, 1970)

5 Stairsteps & Cubie - Love's Happening (Curtom, 1969)

Sir Douglas Quintet - Mendocino (Smash, 1969)

Sir Douglas Quintet - Together After Me (Smash, 1970)

The Cryan' Shames - Sugar & Spice (Columbia, 1967)

Central Nervous System - I Could Have Danced All Night (Magic Factory, 1968)