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Gears (180g, Jazz Dispensary Top Shelf) Vinyl LP

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1975 jazz-funk all timer, Mizell Brothers production, quality analog remaster
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Johnny Hammond's 1975 album Gears continues to prove that it was a dance music prophecy. Rarely does an album achieve classic status across several genres (funk, disco, early house), and every time I go back to it, the more relevant it sounds. Tracks like "Shifting Gears," "Los Conquistadores Chocolates," "Tell Me What To Do," "Can't We Smile," "Lost on 23rd Street" and "Fantasy" became prominent record nerdus cuts, which were notable because they never really went out of style during taste shifts. Rather, they seem to evolve with our tastes (doesn't it sound so now?). Recommended.

  • 180g black vinyl pressing
  • Jazz Dispensary Top Shelf series
  • all-analog remaster from the original tapes
  • original release year: 1975
  • music label: Milestone 2023
reviewed by the mgmnt 08/2008
UPC: 888072419643


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