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Linda Jones label: Loma title: What’VE I Done Too Make You Mad /Make Me Surrender(Baby Baby Please)Bee Gees label:RSO side A: Stayin’ Alive side B: If I Can’t Have You year: 1977′(Jamaica Press) Jimmy Briscoe And The Little Beavers label: Pi Kappa Records side A: My Ebony Princess side B: (Theme From) My Ebony Princess year: 1973′ 74′ New Jersey pressedChairman Of The Board label: Invictus title: Bittersweet / Elmo James year: 1972′ U.K. pressDionne Warwicke And Spinners label: Atlantic side A: Then Came You / side B: Just As Long As We Have Love year: 1974′ Canada Press Sylvia label: Vibration title: Stop Boy /Automatic Lover year: 1978′ U.K. hit Soul/DiscoEddie Holloway label: Roaring 20’s side A: Slipping On My Love /I Am The One year: 1978′ OLDIES’Rannie Davis label: On Top Records side A: Holding on / side B: Version year: 1976′(Adapted)Skyy label: Sal Soul Records side A: Call Me / side B: When You Touch Me year: 1981′Thugs-N-Harmony label: Bone side A: Get Up & Get It feat. 3LW and Felcia (Radio Edit) side B: Instrumemental year: 2002′ http://www.epicrecords.com http://www.ruthlessrecords.com
Over the years a vinyl collector can find some special sounds. Kid Pecos would say this can be a set of tunes from a sound system, a collector, one person putting together a sound of vinyl. This set is a Country music groove. With an early 1970’s to early 1980’s American Country music mix. A few 1970’s disco, soul, slow dance special mix. American Country music has been a popular genre of vinyl records. A style of people from various parts of the United States. Based on Southern states local music. Artist who start playing a local specialized music. With some 1970’s, 1980’s, light disco, single vinyl selection sounds. The American Country, Disco scene was popular in the 1970’s to 1980’s. For Kid Pecos hearing country music has always had a a sound with vocals that I enjoy. Disco was a fun dancing to music, with a nice beat and vocals mostly geared towards love and dancing. When you are a Pro dj for a sound system it is good to have a few special sounds of different genres that mix well. NOW, Kid Pecos will list this groove of tunes. #1 artist: DON WILLIAMS side A: I Believe In You / side B: It Only Rains On Me label: MCA Records year: 1980′( side B jumps) #2 LIONEL RITCHIE side 1: Hello / side 2: You Mean More To Me label: Motown year: 1982′(popular hit) #3 RONNIE McDOWELL side 1: I Love You, I Love You , I Love You / side 2: Fallin label: Scorpion year: 1977′(Fallin slight jump) #4 PORTER WAGNOR and DOLLY PARTON side 1: Just Someone I Used To Know / side 2: My Hands Are Tied label: RCA(rare selection) #5 MERLE HAGGARD And The STRANGERS side 1: Everybody’s Had The Blues / Merle Haggard And The Strangers Feat: The DIXIELAND EXPRESS side 2: Nobody’s Knows I’m Hurtin label: Capitol year: 1973′(live performance) #6 GENE WATSON side 1: Where Love Begins / side 2: Long Enough To Care label: Capitol year: 1975′(side 1 slight jump) #7 BOBBY MOORE side 1: DISCO VERSION (Call Me Your) Anything Man / side 2: (Call Me Your) Anything Man label: Scepter Records year: 1975′. Try this for more tunes from @kidpecos for all genre http://www.discogs.com/seller/pec
Pecos Sound System will now list a sound centered around American early musical styles. This wave of vinyl also has international and other genres of vinyl records. Mostly country of different years. Popular artist from this time in music. Kid Pecos will start this selection with a few mostly radio station group. At times when searching for a sound you may see radio addition set of records. Radio Stations started recording vinyl records to a digital format starting with the cd. Later they would donate or sale the vinyl records. This wave I put to together for the artist and musical sounds. This is just a few that I will be starting with. #1 artist: Jeff Linsky label: Concord Jazz Picante year: 1988′ no sleeve. #2 artist: Eddy Arnold label: RCA Victor title: Walkin’ In Love Land year: 1968′ cover is taped all the way original sleeve. #3 artist: Eddy Arnold label: RCA Victor Mono Dynagroove Recording title: Turn The World Around original cover sleeve. #4 artist: Rita Coolidge label: AM Records title: Self Titled Rita Coolidge year: 1971′ cover taped all the way original sleeve. #5 artist: Rita Coolidge label: AM Promo title: Fall Into Spring year: 1974′ punch cut out in the cover original sleeve. #6 artist: John Davidson label: 20 Century title: Every Time I Sing A Love Song year 1974′ 75′ 76′ original cover sleeve cover cut. #7 Engelbert Humperdinck label: Epic white label Demo title: After The Lovin year: 1976′ original cover sleeve. #8 artist: Lani Hall label: AM Promo title: Sweet Bird year: 1976′ clear tape on cover original sleeve. #9 artist: Glen Travis Campbell label: Capitol 1972′ circle cut out on cover station mark on sleeve solid male artist vocals. #10 artist: Hill Bowen & His Orchestra label: RCA Camden title: Gigi instrumental hits from Lerner & Loewe’s late 1950’s hit Gigi no sleeve. #11 artist: Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass label: Victor title: Movin’ On year: 1968′ radio station no sleeve. #12 artist: Andre Kostelanetz label: Columbia Record Club Exclusive year: 1966′ no sleeve. #13 artist: Jeri Southern label: Stanyan Records title: You Better Go Now year: 1974′ no sleeve. #14 artist: Charlie Rich label: Epic title: Behind Closed Doors various years no sleeves. #15 artist: Rita Coolidge label: AM Records title: The Lady’s Not For Sale year: 1972′ no sleeve. #16 artist: Mac Davis label CBS Inc. title: Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me year: 1972′ no sleeve. #17 artist: Donna Fargo label:Warner Bros. Records Inc. title: Shame On Me year:1977′ sleeve promo sticker slight ring edge wear. #18 artist: Linda Ronstadt & The Nelson Orchestra label: Assylum title: What’s New year: 1983′ sleeve hit ballads hit album. #19 artist: Ricky Skaggs label: Epic title: Country Boy year: 1984′ sleeve. #20 artist: Jess Colter label: Capitol title: Diamond In The Rough year 1970′ sleeve. #21 artist: Andy Williams label: Columbia title: Call Me Irresponsible conducted by Robert Mersey seems to be 1960’s major American vocal American musical style replaced sleeve taped. #22 artist: Jule Styne label: Columbia title: The Best Of Jule Styne year: 1960’s classics of the movie themes taped most of the cover a name on the back spots. #23 artist: Neal Hefti And His Orchestra label: Coral title: Hollywood Song Book Vol. 1 year: early 1960’s or late 1950’s no sleeve. #24 artist: Jonathan Edwards label: Reprise Records title: Rockin’ Chair year: 1974′ sleeve some tape. #25 artist: Ed Ames label: RCA Dynagroove Records title: Who Will Answer year: 1968′ (radio station) sleeve taped all the way. #26 The Whites label: Warner Bros Records Inc. title: Old Familiar Feeling year: 1983′ sleeve. #27 artist: Gordon Lightfoot label: Reprise Records title: Don Quixote year: 1972′ sleeve. # artist Elvis Presley label: RCA title: Elvis Pure Gold year: 1975′ of various years sleeve. # 28 artist: Ronnie McDowell label: Scorpion title: The King Is Gone year: 1977′ sleeve taped over most of cover. #29 artist: Carly Simon label: Elektra title: The Best Of Carly Simon year: 1976′ sleeve. #30 artist: Glen Campbell label: Capital title: Wichita Line Man year 1970’s sleeve. #31 Jim Nabors label: CBS Inc. title: The Heart Of Touching Magic year: 1980′ sleeve.