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Vinyl Vaults #5 Herbie Hancock’s 1978 masterpiece “Sunlight” features him playing vocoder throughout the LP…this snippet was sampled by J Dilla for Slum Village’s classic Fantastic Vol 2 track “Get Dis Money” Enjoy! #vinylvaults #herbiehancock

Further to our thoughts on #influence for the #vinylvault series we spoke about #BigStar being a band ahead of their time, falling through the cracks to later because an inspiration to a whole new group of rockers. Plus Alex Chilton wrote the book on being disenchanted with the music biz… Thx @fmarchand for this great series - check them online. #recordstores #vinyl #vancouver

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Vinyl Vaults #4 : Jimmy Cliff shook the world in this 1972 soundtrack to the film “The Harder They Come”, which he also starred in, portraying a young Jamaican hustler trying to survive in the streets of Kingston with a pipe dream of being a star…the movie is well worth it, and the soundtrack is timeless…enjoy this lil snippet from the song “Draw Your Brakes”! #VinylVaults #JimmyCliff #TheHarderTheyCome

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Vinyl Vaults part 3: Stevie Wonder’s mysterious 1979 opus “The Secret Life Of Plants” was originally scored for a film based on a book by the same name. I only recently gave this record a listen for the first time and I am glad I did…there are so many special moments in it but this excerpt grabbed my ears right away…classic Stevie chord changes and harmonies! #vinylvaults #steviewonder

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Part 2 of my new weekly series “Vinyl Vaults” features Wayne Shorter’s 1975 masterpiece “Native Dancer”…there’s lots of great jams on this LP but this snippet is from the opening track, “Ponta De Areia” featuring the one and only Milton Nascimento! It was recorded at the Village, a historical LA recording studio :) Enjoy! #vinylvaults #wayneshorter #miltonnascimento

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Part 1 of my new weekly series “Vinyl Vaults”, I’ll be mining my private record collection to bring you 30 sec snippets of my favorite moments from albums I love…this one is from Antonio Carlos Jobim, with orchestra arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman. “Jobim” was recorded in 1972. Its a classic! #VinylVaults

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Part 1 of my new weekly series entitled “Vinyl Vaults” mines my private collection of records to give you a sneak peak at my all time favorite records with a 30 sec sample from the actual album…this first installment is one of my favorite Jobim records recorded in 1972 with orchestra arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman #VinylVaults #part1

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