Keep Your Eye on the Vinyl

“Baretta’s Theme” is a dope cut in and of itself – but then again, so is a lot of crime drama music from the 70’s. This is another cut from the Sound Effects album, Summer ’76. For some more info READ MORE…

Vinyl is the Sweetest Hangover

Whenever I see a compilation of covers from the 70’s, I always pick it up. I prefer the ones that aren’t straight rips of the original. The Sound Effects were a group (or at least I assume) of session musicians READ MORE…

Jessi Colter – Come On In

Jessi Colter is a Country/Rock artist who was pretty popular during the mid 70’s. She had a few hits and had duets with her country singer husband, Waylon Jennings. As with most country albums, this is pretty weak. However, there READ MORE…

Most Requested Rhythm Band – Float On

I never could quite figure out the cover art for this LP. I’m not sure if it’s a dude with really long nails or a chick with really hairy knuckles. Either way, it’s pretty gross… I don’t have much info READ MORE…

More Funky Christian Breaks

Another funky drum break by some great church-going musicians. The Up With People are a group of like 50 musicians from all over the world (as the back sleeve states). The overall album is pretty funky but “Man’s Gotta Go READ MORE…

Below Average White Band

Who wouldn’t want to hear their favorite song performed by a low budget, studio backing band? Apparently, a lot of people during the 70’s. Due to licensing costs it was cheaper to pay a band to re-record songs and create READ MORE…

Funky Drum Break

Who doesn’t love funky drum breaks?! This one comes to you courtesy of Faith from their self-titled album released on Brown Bag Records in 1973. Check out the track Freedom. The break kicks in at 2:06. The whole album is READ MORE…