Country Drum Break

Country music is probably my least favorite genre of all (next to trap/ratchet Hip-Hop or whatever they call it). However, in the diggin’ world, we all know that Country albums contain some really dope drum breaks. Alexander Harvey was a READ MORE…

Blues Rock Drum Break

Fancy was a blues/rock/pop group comprised of session musicians – produced by Mike Hurst. The lead vocalist of the group, Helen Caunt was a former Penthouse Pet (maybe she knew Lynn Carey from Mama Lion!?). Despite their first album being READ MORE…

Butt Breaks

The Butts Band – awesome name for a group. Despite this album having a very soulful/funky/reggae sound, the original members of the band were actually rejects and remaining members from rock legends The Doors. The members met while auditioning to READ MORE…

Diggin’ 07/14

Bought about 40 LP’s this past weekend, with lots of gems. Plus, finally got a copy of Cerrone‘s “Rocket in the Pocket” incase I feel like throwing a block party lol. Below are a few… Joe Farrell – Upon This READ MORE…

Don’t Get Mad (Get Even)

Gypsy credits themselves as “the original jam band” (!?) on their website (guess they aren’t fans of Grateful Dead). The group hailing from Minnesota is best known for their hit single “Gypsy Queen Pt. 1 & 2” and being the READ MORE…

Diggin’ 06/09

Came away with plenty of gems as usual. Below are some worth noting… White Heat – S/T – Insanely dope soul/funk album produced by Barry White. Nuff said… Jimmy Ponder – Illusions – Laid-back Jazz Fusion album featuring a sample READ MORE…

Peter Nero Break

Peter Nero was one of those easy listening/lounge guys who made a slew of cover albums in the 1960’s and 1970’s. He’s been sampled before but has managed to stay mostly under the radar in comparison to dudes like James READ MORE…

Mt. Airy Groove

I’ve always admired the mentality of Jazz artists. They’ve never been afraid to experiment, especially when it comes to using new instruments, new sounds, and merging with genres. Hip-Hop was starting to explode in the early 1980’s and several Jazz READ MORE…