Greetings all crew from near and far from all debots so Kid Pecos often says or from all dabots sort of an old saying.from kid pecos youth. The Native Nations have been truely Graceful hosting Pecos Sound System and the crews. A sound needs places wishing fora nice musical vibe to be played for people out and dabot so to say peoplewishing to relax awhile, dance be entertained a bit. This groove kid pecos will try to update vinyl from the sound believe might have to do a few post under certain groups of genre a bit later. The Native Nations have lots of space where a true sound system can blare or blast the sound loud. With the indoor spots it is the same a sound can boost up the volume. The main focus is still on bulk vinyl for sounds, Dj’s, vinyl collectors. With the sets that will be listed in this groove you can get an idea for your own interest in vinyl. Some Classical Opera will be featured. This genre is solid for people who play in an orchestra. Those ho have an enjoyment for the performers, places they where recorded, the years. Pecos Sound System being an all genre sound has a deep groove of 1950’s for being older sound, 1960’s for places recorded with the artist, 70’s not as old but still vintage with recording style, some 1980’s it seemed not as much was released on vinyl. Still need to list the remaining items from the last post under The World Vinyl Sell Off after that kid pecos try to describe some of the items with what kid pecos thinks makes them solid. # A deep DJ from Moline IL grabbed a new 7″ single Zebrahead side A: Get Back / side B: Check a sort Metal Rock tune a new selection for the most part only new LP’s, 12″ can really be Mint “M” condition some 7″ can be Mint or “M” these by Zebrahead seem to be Mint or “M” on Columbia with a company sleeve. .
#Al Collie And The Vips a solid collector out of that North Carolina vinyl playing collecting groove wanted this rare press sort of Soul Reggae tune being rare you can say was Near Mint or “NM” a very clear sound older pressing these 3 selections kid pecos still have a close to this grade item # Winston Wonder Straight Narrow Way label: Harmonic year: 1980’s Original Press went to Roots Reggae older style tune sound in Miyamae -Ku Kawaski – Shi , Kanagawa – Ken Japan http://www.pecossound.com For straight reggae and an idea of what the sounds have you can check these out some with the mix for your donation to Pecos Sound System as described in past post you can grab a few. With http://www.discogs.com/seller/pec/profile you can browse more of vinyl in the Pecos Sound System contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org 1st MOVIE SOUND TRACKS: #1
Cole Porter title: Can Can year: 1953′ / #2 The Karate Kid Part 11 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack For some bulk selections.So with thought of how to get post to go viral just wishing for vinyl sell off “J” looking around saw 1 tune “J” tripped on so maybe from above link will try to start some of those you can go to link for more info these are still not some may list for now without photos maybe the same way. Searching around Vanderwagen area to find an entertainment district. Pecos Sound System is searching for photos videos of Reggae Dancehall Queens . Japanese Dancehall Queens . hoping to expand the knowledge of the reggae music as it has spread out of Jamaica , U.S.A.. Also kid pecos is searching for videos , photos of DJ’s , Sound Systems. You can send them to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org later kid pecos will feature them all in future post. When you study the above sets a vinyl collector can get an idea of the vinyl within pecossoundsystem. Not to sure if kidpecos will place some titles on without pictures beyond the The Vinyl Sell Off Update kid pecos wants to “J” as kid pecos says for just not sure “J” not sure. Did find the name of Ranking Barnabas. Did not study much saw with 1 more Reggae DJ out of that late 70’s up to “J” say 1984″ you had some really as Rasta would say “Crucial” DJ selections plus the whole Roots Reggae, Reggae scene seemed to be growing to it’s peak. Still today putting out much loved reggae at the core music. Reggae dancehall started for true reggae fans like Pecos Sound you have to take the music year to year with it still as kid pecos would say for reggae being based on the 1960’s & 1950’s like all genre still going back to 78’s for Jamaica kid pecos would say to those who played the music in the small or big bands without being recorded 1950’s back. Mid 80’s the reggae dancehall went to dancehall or a more digital music with lyrics of the youth being recorded to express a new era or genre of reggae. In that 1980 to 1984 Bob Marley was at his height kid pecos thinks that is what Blessed the music like artist Ranking Barnabas. Early 80’s with sounds like Echo Tone Hi-Fi Featuring a rising with his on style lyrics General Echo there groove got stopped by the Jamaica Police killing General Echo plus 1 more member. # Went for a vinyl collector in New Haven , CONN Five For Fighting Super Man It’s Not Easy 1 of those rare Mint “M” 7″ selections kid pecos spent some time in the Middletown , Conn area in 1987′ they had a very unique late 80’s music scene. My friend drove 4 or 5 of us through New Haven to the beach once. A little car trouble needing some water 2 nice older ladies helped helped us out kid pecos thinks of & thanks them. Hartford was 1 of those American cities with a large Jamaica population. They had some nice reggae shows, clubs 1 of the baddest loudest smoothest sounds set of DJ’s mostly reggae an hour of dance before the place would get packed for reggae until 4:00 or so AM Club Intrique. That is what droove me from for fun collecting vinyl to wanting to put a and play a sound like the Hartford Sound. # A Regga Foundation for vinyl collector in that New York vinyl reggae scene grabbed an release of Tinga Stewart Why Can’t We Live Together an older 1970’s Soul classic for a rare late 1970’s reggae label Virgonian went to a sound in Brooklyn New York. A tune by Tinga Stewart out of the late 1970’s sound system tunes so with this Tinga Stewart it is based on the grading of the the Al Brown Tit For below havingbeen graded 1st. For this Tinga Stewart Play The Music on Wild Flower a late 1970’s roots selection being in that 36 year back time a Good Plus “G+” being a for the age surface plays clear with a bit of noise or a pop the music is clear a relative whole grade above Good “G” # For vinyl collector reggae tune matching that 70’s Soul hit song being done in a reggae style. This selection went to a sound in Italy the Dj said was his favorite tune.
This Al Brown on Tit For Tat this grade would have go Good “G” or OLDIES’ a very grooved surface plays with noise some pops should play whole sides. With reggae when a sound gets 1989′ back you have 26 year old in these cases used items. Some like this with label damage. For the rarer older press his Good “G” is worth it for the music. A special cleaning style a DJ may have to develop to get as kid pecos says “get the tune to it’s best playing sound”
Reggae Dancehall Genre Well Crew Kid Pecos of Pecos Sound System will be adding a few items. Start a recap of the Jam session at Old Town Vanderwagen, Sets of tunes a DJ needs when spinning all genre. Not wanting to play the same mix. Kid Pecos will be “dusting off them old tune deh” as the Rasta reggae DJ’s say are Selectors “spinning dem tunes deh” as the Crews sort say. Glen Ricks notes on: A soul reggae vocal singer. Popular in the 1980’s -90 ‘s Nice reggae to soul foundation singer. – side A: Out Of My Mind / side B: Version label: The Chemist Original Press grade GOOD PLUS (G+) slight jumps for the artist label Original Press makes it a solid choice. The Chemist label a popular hit recording label.
Anew added tune. Grade would have to be Poor or “P” Sort jumps a bit, plays all of the song. For the historic press the tunes is a solid Sound System tune. Side B is a hard Dub Dub Plate style. A higher grade than side A: can go Good PluS ” G+” a bit off like side A. An older Classical Album below. In that older for genre, year, label. For Classical Opera the Artist, Performers how for Kid Pecos thinking did they record the music forthesound they was recording for.Like playing a sound a DJ wants it to sound play a certain way. Tchaikovsky title: Swan Lake Ballet Vol. 3 Act 3.Antal Dorati Conducting The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Kid Pecos will be adding a few grooves this Old Town Section Vanderwagen set. This part for the most is a Reggae Vinyl Dancehall wave of tunes. Kid Pecos enters new reggae selections here.Calm Down My Sound! As the Reggae Sound saying goes. . At The later part of the 1980’s you had a few sounds that had sound systems that would start cutting tunes or to sat start there on label. With the label they started recording in a special vibe of reggae. That Kid Pecos would say with a newer version of recordings they stayed close to the early 1990’s recordings into the always slight changing in the 1990’s until know to put out some close the original reggae vibe that they could. 1 such group was Digital-B out of that 1980’s on New York Reggae scene.
Kid Pecos updates the reggae section. Reggae Legend Sugar Minott & Judas title: Modeling Queen label: Father G Original Press A GOOD or (G) a deep for artist rare label cut. A little grooved jumpy. For Original Press makes a good selection,
At times 2 selections with matching vibe makes Kid Pecos Think of the mixing of sound. Dennis Brown & Papa San title: Piece Of The Pie label: Dynamite Records Original Press this 1 is a bit grooved plays solid. A GOOD OR (G) A for the2 Main 1980;s on Reggae Artist om major Reggae label Original Press makes it a solid selection. Major Oney title: Takey Takey label: Hurricane Original Press A GOOD PLUS (G+) A major 1990’s Hit tune artist Major Oney rare Hit label Hurricane A slight spot may stick jump solid tune “Hawl and pull selecta”
Kid Pecos puts down a few new tunes. Add a few TL Sound Reggae Dancehall Kid Pecos adds a few TL Sound Reggae Dancehall Kid Pecos works in this zone to add a few odd tunes. some damaged. 7″ vinyl a little more can get cracks, some small at the start, some for half, some for all they can still play with a pop. These are just for showing. Having lots of 7″ vinyl they create a sound within a sound. They would make a nice 1 of reggae mix.Some will of course be normal condition. Kid Pecos adds a few TL Sound Reggae Dancehall vinyl 7″ In this set some loose 7″ will also be listed. Kid Pecos has a few grooves of vinyl at work. A lot of 7″ Country sort of late 1960’s – 70’s – 80’s a part of the mix. Reggae is just the most knowledge for vibe of Kid Pecos own vibe. . Here is 1 of the early Ska Rock Steady labels from h 1960’s sad has crack in most of the vinyl. still can be played sparingly.
Kid Pecos will be adding a solid wave of TL Sound Reggae Dancehall
A loose no sleeve Sound Track Flower Drum Song label: Columbia Master Works year: 1960’s A few in the the Movie Sound Track Older selection. Jane Morgan – The Last Time I Saw Paris label: Colpix Records year: 1964′ 1960’s style So crew add 1 set of Sound Tracks goes with the post part under Sound Tracks will add more in a bit. Now into to sets, dance vinyl, a solid 1970’s vinyl, will be adding a Country 7″ set in a bit. Pecos Sound is adding Reggae genre at http://www.pecossound.com . With space here around Vanderwagen Area can Boom or to say play a loud sound would be nice for the Pecos Sound System fans. Kid Pecos is looking to add photos, videos of Reggae Dancehall Queens & Sound Systems, DJ’s, photos of For Vinyl Collectors Collection hoping to have a set go viral lets work together. Like the TINGA STEWART selection Why Can’t We Live Together. DANCE VINYL GENRE A new early 2000’s dance vinyl Copyright Featuring Imaani Running Away label: Copy right Recordings year: 2000’s grade Near Mint or “NM” being newer but used can have grooves slight jump plays very clear.
Now working on a few goals in this post. #1 Japanese Dancehall Queens Pictures & Videos #2 Putting vinyl into several groups giving them insight of Pecos Sound System grading #3 Adding new links or ways to get vinyl for collectors #4 To keep showing photos of people, places, vinyl selections that make up the vibe. #5 with the Japanese culture a world wide Reggae Dancehall Queens with DJ’s, Sound Systems photos videos. #6 Kid Pecos with Long Time Sound Cat along side Pecos Sound with TL Sound Reggae Dancehall wants to putting as much knowledge from over the years into the post. With Kid Pecos & Crew reggae will be into most thoughts. While Jamming the sound thoughts of the artist, label, years, places to do with those thoughts always come to mind. 1 day as people say maybe write a book with those subjects. Pecos Sound System has all a good book on vinyl genres, reggae dancehall, DJ’s’s, sound system, artist labels can be put in a written published book form, thus the need for the next goal to keep going is needed. #7 Donations for items listed you can donate to get some of the bulk vinyl. Vinyl, sound equipment can be donated. To help Kid Pecos reach these goal contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org So this post maybe a little longer with several ideas put into this post. With Japanese Dancehall Queens Photos & Videos Kid Pecos will feature in future post. Along with Reggae Dancehall Queens Photos Videos Reggae Dancehall Queens ready for the big dance. Kid Pecos has good news for the dance. With Jah Love the sound will be adding a few new photos. “J” was not sure of what zone this set would go was going to stay close to goals, will now have see how to keep them going. DISCO GENRE 1970’s VINYL for a juggling round. A disco selection Kid Pecos would say when DJ’s did not want DJ’s to know the artist label. Good sounding would go Good Plus (G+) has some surface marksA tough Ska Rock Steady 1960’s selection to match label being off.
A newer selection of the 1970’s – 80’s selections The Mamas & The Papas – Dedicated To The One I Love / I Call Your Name label: Goldies 45 year: 1973′ Clarence Carter Clarence Carter side A: I Got Caught / side B: Take It All Off label: ABC Records year: 1975′ grade in that Good Plus range (G+) A 1975′ older Soul Blues for sort of Disco Era dance selection. Tyrone Davis side A: A Woman Needs To Be Loved / side B: Can I Change My Mind label: Dakar Records year: 1968′ 1970’s style Out of that 1970’s New York Soul – Disco – Reggae scene – grade Good Plus (G+) range being in that 36 year back range some surface marks, light noise for the grade Good Plus (G+) Kid Pecos will add some singles in this mix genre set. The Rascals – Real Things / Carry Me Back label: Atlantic year: 1969′ Well they say ask and you shall receive so close to the saying. So the post will go slightly in a few directions still aroun the main goals. New for Pecos Sound based on like these Historic 1960’s and 1970’s photos Crucial pieces of the puzzle on there last historic zone needed to be preserved. Well try something Kid Pecos was hoping to add a video that was sent from a nice Japanese Dancehall Queens video. Will wait keeping sending videos and photos of Reggae Dancehall Queens & Japanese Dancehall Queens to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org some photos will go here TL Sound Reggae Dancehall and send to email@example.com Thanks for the responce keep sending. Kid Pecoswill be playing a sound in the section call Old Vanderwagen for a few sets of all genre juggling. Photo From 12″ also with the Oldest person who created the Pecos Sound System Vibe Out in the country woods around the home spread. Kid Pecos .around 40 years ago playing Bongo Music will be a fe new items. This Country Vinyl goes into the Country Set. Michael McDonald a 1982′ slightly more Pop hit selection. Grade cold go Very Good “VG” slightly played clear sound No Company sleeve. http://www.twitter.com/jarvisbootshine will be adding some Japanese Dancehall Queens Dance Casual Tennis Shoes. Pretty Color size 7.5 Medium. Updates for for Dance Vinyl will be added. An older genre 1960’s – 70’s mix groove set. A few mix sets will be added.