Well, the second record show of the year was the most successful. There were about 10-12 vendors this time, lots of vinyl, a great brunch, plus Pete Pederson’s famous Bloody Mary’s. I was able to score a load of 45s, plus my man Greg (of Highland Park Record Sale Fame) hooked me up with a nice Horace Andy Lp. It was good to see everyone out, and there was a great representation by the Asbury Park 45 Sessions Crew, as well as some heads from Brooklyn and beyond. People actually came out of the wood work for this one. Fun was had by all, and of course we will be doing it all again next month. It looks like it’s going to be a monthly event, all the way through the Summer. In fact, we’re trying to orchestrate a weekend indoor/ outdoor Record Show and Garage Sale (or flea market) for sometime in June. Please stay tuned to FMF for details. A big shout out to Brian from 365 45’s for coming through with a really great load of records. Looking forward to the next batch!
Cool Hands Luke digging and looking cool.
The Crew sampling Brian from 365 45s Blog’s great box of 7″ gems
Rabid Rob the Hip Hop Slob aka Rob Hell (r) and Brian from 365 45s looks on
Record Crowd Part 2
DJ Prime found his very own Prime Cuts record.
DJ Skills, the best producer you never heard of (yet), looks for some treats.
Here’s some photos and of course record scores:
Ray Barretto – Hard Hands/ Fania
Lou Donaldson – Sassy Soul Strut/ Blue Note
Brass Monkey – Brass Monkey/ (White Label)
The Invitations – They Say the Girl’s Crazy/ Silver Blue
The New Apocalypse – Stainless Soul/ MTA
Cleveland Eaton – Chitown Theme/ Black Jazz
The Nite Liters – Cherish Every Moment/ RCA
Lee Williams & the Cymbals – Shing A Ling USA/ Carnival
The Pac-Keys – Stone Fox/ Hollywood
Sanchez & Macka B – God A Come/ Xterminator
Fabulous Five Inc. – What the Police High Command Can Do/ Stage
The Unemployed – Funky Rooster/ Cotillion
The Gaytones – Build Me Up/ High Note
Eddie Lovette – Together/ Steady
Sammy Gordon & the Hip Huggers – Jungle Bump/ Lu Lu
Lunar Funk – Slip the Drummer One/ Bell
The Flirtations – How Can You Tell Me?/ Deram