Rita Jean Bodine the Drum Machine

I’ll be honest, I don’t know much about Rita Jean Bodine. The album “Sitting on Top of My World” has a bluesy/soulful feel to it. One thing I will say about her is that her voice is beyond raspy. One READ MORE…

Diggin’ 4/07

After getting a haircut, I decided to hit up my local record store (pictured above). I bought my first record here when I was 12 years old. Nothing cooler than your mom taking you to go buy records. (Parliament‘s “Clones READ MORE…

Al Jarreau – Kissing my Love

Bill Withers is an amazing artist and his short career spawned a lot of hits. Aside from being super-talented, he is also an amazing person. He actually gave up his music career (pretty much at the height of it) to READ MORE…

Duplicate Breaks

Two weeks ago I copped this LP by Limousine hoping it had some dope breaks. It did have a really dope drum break; however, it was one I already owned. No, I didn’t already own the LP and forgot, instead READ MORE…

Drum Crazy

Someting about the cover of Mike Vernon’s “Moment of Madness” told me to pick this up in one of my latest diggin’ trips. I will be honest, this is a terrible album. It’s a mix of blue-eyed soul, rock, blues, READ MORE…

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…