Sunday, April 27, 2008

Kashmere stage band - plays originals


An all-original set from the Kashmere Stage Band -- one of the funkiest combos going in early 70s Texas! The album features a range of tunes written by bandleader Conrad Johnson -- all hard-hitting numbers that take off from the group's roots as a funkier high school band, and which show their evolution into an even more jazz-inflected outfit! The sound here is very much in the mode of blacksploitation soundtrack work -- as the compositions are filled with light and color, and have a richness that goes far beyond funky 45 work -- but a groove that's stone cold all the way through. Titles include "Thunder Soul", "Do You Dig It Man", "Kashmere", "Head Wiggle", and "All Praises".

7 comments:

Vincent the Soul Chef said...

WOW!!! I've gotta dig into some of this. I have the 2XCD reissue, but I'd love to hear more! Thanks as always for the share.

Peace and blessings

thesupremeunknown said...

I've got to get all these!! I have some tracks from them but looking forward to hearing a lot more now. Thanks for posting these classics!

Vaughn said...

I just wanted to say thanks for the KSB albums.

Murat said...

Thank you very much for posting these incredible albums. I have the double CD KSB release, but never heard of these others.

Rapid Share only has one album download limit for free, which kinda sucks, but I'm not complaining. One album better than none.

Regards!

gabriel said...

hey men, track number two is screwed in the begginin..
tks anyway for dis blog an posts, i feel like im inna new plannet, never heard about KSB, im almost 30 !

cool running from brasil

ushaped said...

thank you thank you thank you! for all your kashmere stage band posts.

excellent music

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much!