Friday, 30 July 2010

Johnny Hammond Smith With Freddie McCoy ''Stimulation''

Johnny Hammond Smith With Freddie McCoy

( LP Prestige Records, 1961 )
Cat # 7203/7786

1. Spring Is Here (Hart, Rodgers)
2. Ribs And Chips
3. Cry Me A River (Hamilton)
4. Invitation (Kaper)
5. Que Pasa
6. Because You Left Me (Smith)
7. Stimulation (Smith)
8. Sticks An' Stones (Turner)

Johnny “Hammond” Smith – Organ
Wendell Marshall – Bass
Freddie McCoy – Vibraphone
Eddie McFadden – Guitar
Leo Stevens – Drums

Released: Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, , February 14, 1961 & May 12, 1961.
** also issued on Prestige PR 7786 entitled "Stimulation!".
** part of Prestige PRCD 24291-2.

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Thursday, 29 July 2010

The Crusaders ''The Good And Bad Times''

The Crusaders

''The Good And Bad Times''
( LP MCA Records, 1986 )
Catalog # MCA-5781

A1 Good Times 6:59
A2 The Way It Goes 5:27
Flute - Joel Peskin
Vocals - Nancy Wilson
A3 Sweet Dreams 7:40
Drums - Perry Wilson
Guitar - David T. Walker , Larry Carlton
Percussion - Paulinho Da Costa
B1 Mischievous Ways 6:09
Trumpet - Sal Marquez
B2 Sometimes You Can Take It Or Leave It 6:44
Guitar - Rick Zunigar
B3 Three Wishes 7:02
Guitar - Rick Zunigar
Trumpet - Sal Marquez

Personnel & Credits:
Drums - Edward Emory
Guitar - Dean Parks
Keyboards, Piano, Saxophone - Joe Sample
Percussion - Lenny Castro
Producer - Joe Sample , Wilton Felder

Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Sleeve note: "Thank you, Nancy, for being not only a great artist, but a wonderful lady" (Joe and Wilton).

The departure of Stix Hooper from the Crusaders basically knocked the main prop out from underneath their interlocked groove, and no combination of drummers and percussionists could put the structure together again. 24-year-old Sonny Emory clearly wasn't the answer to the drumming conundrum; he's competent but stiff when compared to the loosey-goosey Stix. There are only two full-fledged Crusaders left on this session -- Joe Sample and Wilton Felder (Larry Carlton makes a token appearance on "Sweet Dreams") -- and while Sample composed all of the material, hardly any of it strikes fire. Nancy Wilson does a cameo turn on "The Way It Goes," but the tune is a collection of soft-rock clichés, not one of Sample's better inspirations. And most telling of all, this does not sound like a Crusaders record; the rhythm aside, Sample's reliance on harsh-sounding synths deconstructs and desiccates their sound. Pass it by.
By Richard S. Ginell (AMG. Copyright © 2010 All Media Guide, LLC. Content provided by All Music Guide ®, a trademark of All Media Guide, LLC. All rights reserved.)

By Pier

Various Artists ''Verve Club (Legendary Jazz Grooves 1957 Till 2009)''

Year Of Release: 07.09.2010
Genre: Jazz
Label: verve universal
Quality: avg. 201kbps
Tracks: 20
Time: 73:56 min
Size: 107,6 MB

01 mark murphy - stolen moments 02:36
02 harace silver quintet - not enough mama 05:31
03 stan getz - wives and lovers 03:32
04 bill evans - the caretakers theme 02:43
05 yusef lateef - chang, chang, chang 02:57
06 dizzy gillespie - panamericana 04:37
07 cal tjader - samba do suenho 05:38
08 bebel gilberto - bim bom 02:35
09 jimmy smith - who's afraid of virginia woolf? 04:51
10 la clave - move your hands 02:57
11 george benson - thunder walk 04:33
12 willie bobo - roots 03:11
13 kai winding - cantaloupe island 05:31
14 count basie - shanghaied 03:29
15 ella fitzgerald - like young 02:57
16 the oscar peterson trio - goodbye j.d. 02:51
17 anita o'day - senor blues 02:40
18 wes montgomery - movin' wes 02:45
19 jimmy smith - burning spear 03:49
20 wynton kelly trio - souh seas 04:13

Source: Internet

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Tuesday, 27 July 2010


To all the members:
The MFS Blog, as private and only for a restrict number of friends, continues open.
Old notices was referred to the ''Free/Open'' blog, and the situation was very bad.
MFS from 1st of July remains only in the private form.
Other editions of the blog, as MFS Links or MFS Radio continues open too.
Thanks for all the comments & participation...the 'small circle of friends' continues alive and well...only for us.

Sunday, 25 July 2010

Various Artists ''Cool Funk''

Various Artists

''Cool Funk''
( Compilation, Universal Music Records, 2009 )

01 James Brown - Papa's Got A Brand New Bag (Part 1) 2:06
02 Kool & The Gang - Jungle Boogie 3:03
03 Rick James - Super Freak 3:23
04 Kool & The Gang - Hollywood Swinging 4:35
05 The Commodores - Brick House 3:28
06 Incognito - Love Is The Colour 3:55
07 Va - Petals On Your Path 4:01
08 Laura Fygi - Dream A Little Dream 3:36
09 Billy Preston - Outa-Space 4:06
10 Russell Malone - Soulful Kisses 7:42
11 Freddie Ravel - Sunny Side Up 4:08
12 Patti Austin - Love Is Gonna Getcha 4:59
13 George Benson - Song For My Brother 4:12
14 David Benoit - Drive Time 4:35
15 Parliament - Flash Light 5:45
16 Rick James - Bustin' Out (On Funk) 3:52
17 The Temptations - Cloud Nine 3:29
18 Cameo - Word Up 4:20
19 Kool & The Gang - Get Down On It 3:33
20 The Ohio Players - Love Rollercoaster 4:47
21 James Brown - Get On The Good Foot, Pt. 1 3:28
22 The Commodores - Slippery When Wet 3:16
23 Norman Brown - That's The Way Love Goes 4:43
24 Cameo - Candy 5:39
25 Dj Whitney - What Do I Have To Do To Prove My Love To You 2:26
26 The Undispted - What It Is? 4:56
27 Lyn Collins - Think (About It) 3:20
28 Roy Ayers - Everybody Loves The Sunshine 3:53
29 The Ohio Players - Who'd She Coo? 4:30
30 Con Funk Shun - Confunkshunizeya 4:18
31 Parliament - Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker) 5:44
32 Yarbrough & People - Don't Stop The Music 4:08
33 Kurtis Blow - The Breaks 4:04
34 Chris Botti - Irresistible Bliss 4:54
35 Roy Ayers - You and Me My Love 3:10
36 James Brown - Sexmachine (Part 1 and 2) 5:18

DATE : 2009-12-15
QUALITY : 320kbps avg / Joint Stereo
TIME : 151:22
SIZE : 347.71
Source: Internet

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Friday, 23 July 2010

Little consideration.

Hi dear folks...
I am trying to write in english, it's not my language but i have something to say.
After saw a lot of comments on other blogs that had closed (''thanks, we are missed you, you had made a great work, etc.''), or many other blogs here on Blogspot or WordPress that continues free and happy posting on print cds....sorry but we had made a change of opinion about blogging.
Here on our blog, started in september 2006, we had made a lot of work and only received a lot of critics (bitrate, low quality, scrappy reviews, pissing off on AMG bloggers reviewing, bad words and other shits), and never our work was been decently recognized. So now we are happy to be closed our blog, and we are soon deleting all the existing links on the MFS archives. When we closed at first of july, we had received 3 (three comments), and never more.
Stop the leeching without comments is needing now for us. We also had a lot of problem with RIIA and lawyers (see here an example: IFPI DMCA (Copyright) Complaint to Google), but this is not the question.
The question is: it's not worth it. Now and for the future.
Best regards at all.

Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Various Artists ''London Street Jazz 1988-2009-21 Years Of Acid Jazz Records''

Various Artists

''London Street Jazz 1988-2009-21 Years Of Acid Jazz Records''
( BGP/Acid Jazz Records, 2010 )

01. The Filthy Six - This 07:52
02. New Jersey Kings - Stoned On Denmark Street 04:43
03. The Brand New Heavies - Mr Tanaka 04:35
04. The James Taylor Quartet - Keep The Dream Alive 05:57
05. Max Beesley's High Vibes - Mr Jeckle 04:02
06. Ed Jones Quartet - Samba Minus One 04:59
07. Ulf Sandberg Quartet - Bolivia 08:11
08. Snowboy & The Latin Section - Mr P.C. 03:41
09. The Bukkyleo Quintet - Rejoice In Righteousness 09:38
10. Emperors New Clothes - Eyes That Burn 07:03
11. Simon Bartholemew - Akimbo 05:20
12. Ohm - Sweet Ohm 05:57
13. The Apostles - Mercy Mercy Me 05:01

* This is the third volume celebrating the Acid Jazz label's 21st anniversary, and this BGP focus on the label's jazz heritage. This compilation, by Dean Rudland, covers all the bases from hard bop through organ grooves, latin rhythms and fast fusion.
* This CD gives an alternative view of London's acid jazz club scene, showing where many of the label's bigger acts' influences come from. Artists such as the James Taylor Quartet, the Brand New Heavies and the New Jersey Kings show their love of the Mizell Brothers' fusion. Whilst future TV star Max Beesley, Simon Bartholomew and the obscure but brilliant Ohm take a turn at a more jazz-funk groove.
* Others such as the Bukkyleo Quintet and the outstanding Ed Jones Quartet play it in a more acoustic mode. In this they are joined by Snowboy with his Latin take on John Coltrane's `Mr PC'. Looking at jazz from outside these points of view are the Emperors New Clothes with an almost free `Eyes That Burn' and the Filthy Six, Acid Jazz's newest signing, who explore a late 60s early 70s Donald Byrd sound.
* The in-depth sleeve notes explain how jazz became so important to a generation of London musicians on the UK soul scene and how they imbued it with a unique British flavour. Also how a Swedish piano teacher spawned a generation of UK organ groups.

Source: Internet

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Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Joni Haastrup ''Wake Up Your Mind''

Joni Haastrup

''Wake Up Your Mind''
( LP Afrodisia Records, 1978, Nigeria )
Catalog # DWAPS 2053

A1 - Free My People
A2 - Greetings
A3 - Wake Up Your Mind
B1 - Champions And Superstars
B2 - Do The Funkro
B3 - Watch Out

Producer, Composed By, Arranged By - Joni Haastrup

Rare Nigerian Afrofunk Album.

By Celo

Monday, 12 July 2010

Various Artists ''This Is Funk 3''

Various Artists

''This Is Funk 3''

1. Bags - Don't Mess With My Baby 2:56
2. Soul Searchers - We The People 5:14
3. Kool & The Gang - Be Cool 3:11
4. Backyard Heavies - Chittlin' Strut 2:51
5. Ripple - Willie Pass The Water 3:38
6. Sir Joe Quartermain & Free Soul - I Feel Like This 2:50
7. Maceo & All The Kings Men - Mag-Poo 3:17
8. Dennis Coffey - Scorpio 4:21
9. Creative Source - Corazon 4:30
10.The Meters - The Same Old Thing 2:44
11.Chris Harris - Dr. Funky 2:50
12.Sir Joe Quartermain - I Got So Much Trouble In My Mind 3:12
13.Kool & The Gang - Funky Man 3:58
14.Moody Scott - (We Gotta) Bust Out Of The Ghetto Part 1 6:13
15.Rasputin Stash - The Devil Made Me Do It 4:44
16.Leroy Hutson - Blackberry Jam 4:54
17.Syl Johnson - Annie Got Her Pants Power 3:06
18.Jamo Thomas - Jamo's Soul 2:09

Source: Internet




Sunday, 11 July 2010

Various Artists ''School Yard Breaks, Vol. 1'' [2004] [FLAC]

yard breaks  1


01. IN SEARCH OF ORCH - Phenomanon Theme
02. SWEET DADDY FLOYD - I Just Can't Help Myself
04. WILLIAM STUCKY - Disco Fly
05. EDWIN STARR - I Just Wanna Do My Thing
07. GERSON KING COMBO - Mandamentos Black
08. MAKONDE SOSEME - Manazara
11. MELVIN SPARKS - Get Ya Some
12. THE LOVERS - Disco Mania
13. PLEASURE - Celebrate The Good Things

Other volumes:


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Monomono "Give The Beggar A Chance - The Lightning Power Of Awareness"

Monomono - Give1

"Give The Beggar A Chance - The Lightning Power Of Awareness"
( LP Odeon Records, 1972 Nigeria )
Catalog # EDL-02.01.99

A1 - Give The Beggar A Chance
A2 - Ema Kowa Lasa Ile Wa
A3 - The World Might Fall Over
B1 - Eje'A Mura Sise
B2 - Find Out
B3 - Lida Lou
B4 - Kenimania

Personnel & Credits:
Bass, Vocals, Percussion - Kenneth Okulolo
Congas, Vocals - Friday Jumbo
Directed By, Arranged By, Organ, Piano, Lead Vocals, Percussion, Synthesizer [Axe] - Joni Haastrup
Drums, Percussion - Candido Obajimi
Engineer [Recording] - Emmanuel Odenusi , Etim Udo
Written-By - Joni Haastrup (tracks: A1 To B3) , Kenneth Okulolo (tracks: B4)

Iempsa de Discos del Peru, Peru-13267
Licencia-EMI, Nigeria HNLX-5104
Industrias Electricas Y Musicales Peruanas S.A.
R.I. 1423


By Celo

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Roger Hamilton Spotts "Tongue" OST

Roger Hamilton Spotts

(The Original Musical Score From The Motion Picture)
( LP Chocolate Cities, 1975 )
Catalog # CCS 1000

A1 - Tongue 4:30
A2 - Funk Time 2:09
A3 - Quasi's Theme 7:40
A4 - Mind Blower 3:27
A5 - Cherry's Thing 1:47
B1 - Party Time 18:33

Personnel & Credits:
Bass - Bobby Haynes
Composed By, Piano, Synthesizer [Moog] - Roger Hamilton Spotts
Drums, Harmonica - Curtis Kirk
Electric Guitar - Rufus Anderson, Jr.
Guitar [Fender Rhodes] - Tollie Moore
Producer - Rudolph Johnson, Jr.
Programmed By [Moog] - Stan Levine
Recorded By, Mixed By - Larry Hirsh
Trumpet - Billy Brooks

Recorded and mixed at Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, California

Yes, here it is at last - one of the holy grails of blaxploitation soundtrack collecting. The original issue of this rare black porn flick soundtrack is a highly prized commodity following its bootlegging a couple of years ago. Issued in tiny quantities on the small Chocolate Cities label, the music is super-tight porno funk all through, with lashings of wicked wah, funky drums, bass licks and deep breathy moans. Quality stuff! The flip is entirely taken up with one long jam played over the top of a scene from the film, sound effects and all. Highly recommended - rarely turns up!

By Celo

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Khan Jamal "Infinity"

Khan Jamal

( LP JAM'BRIO Rercords, 1984 )
Catalog # 1001 or RR 42697

1. Nubian Queen
2. Infinity
3. Lovely Afternoon
4. The Known Unknown
5. The Angry Young Man

Khan Jamal Vibes,marimba.
Bernard Sammul Piano
Byard Lancaster Alto Sax, flutes
Clifton Burton Harmonica
Dwight James Drums
Omar Hill African percussion, conga
Reggie Curry Bass
Sunny Murray Drums on track 2

Although Khan Jamal is an advanced improviser, the sound of his vibes always gives his music a somewhat mellow and accessible air, even when he is at his most adventurous. This Stash LP (three of the five selections have been reissued on the CD Don't Take No) matches Jamal with altoist Byard Lancaster (doubling on flute), a Philadelphia-based rhythm section and, on "Infinity" (which dates from 1984), a group that includes Clifton Burton on harmonica and the legendary free drummer Sunny Murray. Jamal contributed four of the five songs, while pianist Bernard Sammul brought in a cooking "The Angry Young Man." Excellent and generally overlooked music.
By Scott Yanow, All Music Guide


Hi Pier and all at MFS...
This, for me is an album that i bought for two tracks...
Track 1 Nubian Queen
and Track 4 The Known Unknown.
Give it a try and I hope you like it!
Tracks 1,3,4,5 recorded Dec 1982 .
Track 2 recorded Mar 84.
This is from a "dodgey" possible bootleg CD I got from ebay.
All the best,

The link is named ''Intensity'' but contains the ''Infinity'''s for the sheriffs....

Courtesy of Bill

Sunday, 4 July 2010

Esther Marrow "Sister Woman"

Esther Marrow

"Sister Woman"
( LP Fantasy Records, 1972 )
Catalog # 9414

A1 - Woman In The Window 3:14
A2 - Ghetto 4:20
A3 - Trade Winds 4:45
A4 - Turn On To Jesus 6:09
B1 - Rainy Night In Georgia 5:40
B2 - Things Ain't Right 3:33
B3 - Ask Me To Dance 3:19
B4 - And When I Die 5:15

Very righteous work from Esther Marrow a soul sister who sings with a hell of a lot of power! The set's an overlooked gem in the Fantasy catalog of the 70s, and it's one of only two secular soul albums cut by Marrow -- and quite possibly the best of the bunch, too! Esther's got some great help on the set from arrangers Richard Tee, Bernard Purdie, and Bobby Scott -- each of whom set Marrow up with some small group backing that keeps things tight and soulful throughout thanks in big part to the drum work, which is handled by Purdie, Jimmy Johnson, and Idris Muhammad. Other players include Tee on organ and piano, Cornell Dupree on guitar, and Ralph McDonald on congas whose percussion really helps shape the sound of most of the grooves. There's a horn section too used sparingly and there's also a bit of backing vocals from The Reflections, although Esther's pretty much in the lead on all numbers.
Titles include "Trade Winds", "Things Ain't Right", "Ask Me To Dance", "Woman In The Window",and "Ghetto".
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By Celo

Esther Marrow "Newport News, Virginia" Re-Uploaded

Esther Marrow

"Newport News, Virginia"
( LP Flying Dutchman , 1969 )
Catalog # FDS-113

A1 - He Don’t Appreciate It 4:55
A2 - No Answer Came 5:03
A3 - Hello Brother 2:50
A4 - Money Honey 2:31
A5 - Peaceful Man 4:37
B1 - Mama 4:14
B2 - Satisfied 3:19
B3 - What A Wonderful World 3:10
B4 - Walk Tall 3:40
B5 - It’s Been A Long Night 2:37
B6 - Chains Of Love 3:00

A real landmark of bad-walking soul , one of 2 rare albums cut by vocalist Esther Marrow, easily one of the hardest singing sisters of her generation! Esther's got roots in gospel, but she's singing here in a righteous mode that features plenty of funky undercurrents in the backings a style that hits harder than work by Aretha Franklin or any of the better-known female singers of the time and which holds up beautifully over the years! Many tracks here are obscure ones, arranged tightly by Artie Butler and Gene Page, both of whom do a great job of blending fuller orchestrations with tighter drums on the bottom giving the record a good kick on most tracks, but still shading in the tunes with enough sophistication to match Esther's interpretation of the work. As hard-hitting as Marlena Shaw during her best years at Cadet with titles that include "No Answer Came", "Money Honey", "Walk Tall", "Peaceful Man", "Hello Brother", "Chains Of Love", "It's A Long Night", and "He Don't Appreciate It".
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By Celo

Friday, 2 July 2010

MFS Cambia

MFS Cambia!

Ragazzi siamo alle note finali....

Siamo stanchi dei continui crash di Nomemix e Baywords, della lentezza e del pericolo di Blogetery (sono negli USA) e dei pochissimi commenti che pervengono, e dall'atmosfera generale (il discorso blog è un po' caduto) nonchè dal clima di caccia alle streghe (vedi MyJazzWorld), ...per non parlare di Rapidshare....

Troppi rischi, troppe paure e um clima da Santa Inquisizione mi spingono a dover chiudere le pubblicazioni di My Favourite Sound.

Anzi, direi che il blog cambia faccia: si punta l’attenzione sulla versione ‘Radio’ piuttosto che postare vecchi LP. Abbiamo importanti sviluppi e trattative in corso per aprire un dominio (.com) e proseguire col discorso ''radio'' e djs in una maniera differente.

Ultimamente abbiamo ricevuto pochissimi commenti, come altre volte abbiamo tentato di richiamare l’attenzione, con scarsi risultati. Era un prendi-prendi a man bassa e basta.

Poi i problemi con chi ci ospitava; prima WordPress, che ci ha ignomignosamente cacciati come cani rognosi. Poi gli avvisi di Blogger, anche se non ci hanno deletato come hanno fatto com altri (vedi BeeQ, My Jazz World ecc.), e adesso l’oscuramento di Baywords…

Insomma ragazzi, siamo arrivati allo ‘’è stato bello finchè è durato’’.

Quando siamo partiti nel settembre 2006, io e Cláudio non avremmo mai pensato di dare vita ad uno dei blog più seguiti e più rispettati nel nostro genere in Web. E lo dico sinceramente, senza eccessi.

Abbiamo cominciato per gioco, a quei tempi si seguivano blog come Funky16Corners, Orgy In Rhythm, Alma Matters (poi scomparso), B-Side, Feel It ecc.

Di italiano c’era poca roba. Ci siamo inseriti noi, abbiamo recuperato la memoria e sfoderato tutto il nostro ‘’knowledge’’ a servizio dell’informazione, affinchè l’opera di tanti artisti dimenticati non fosse cancellata, deletata per sempre. Lo abbiamo fatto infrangendo lê leggi, queste leggi ottuse e obsolete al servizio dei grandi pirati e delle grandi compagnie.

Inutile ora fare polemica.

Tramite il blog abbiamo conosciuto persone nuove, che sono diventati amici (Rob e Andy), artisti, musicisti, bloggers, djs, ascoltatori...voi.

E abbiamo la sensazione dia aver fatto um bel lavoro. Chissà quanti giovani ne avranno approfittato, avranno ascoltato i jazzisti e i musicisti che abbiamo proposto. Questo ci fa felici.

Ma MFS non muore, non dice addio. Cambia.

On-line avrete la versione ‘’MFS Radio’’ col Podcast su Podomatic, e alcuni fortunati amici potranno seguirci sulla versione ‘’MFS Private’’…solo 100, Blogger non permette di più…

Oltre al servizio ‘’MFS Links’’ che continua attivo.

Ho finito.

Un abbraccione a tutti e un grazie a tutti gli amici per averci seguito.


(For the translation please use the translate tool-thanks)

Thursday, 1 July 2010

The Dave Pike Set "Got The Feelin"

The Dave Pike Set

"Got The Feelin"
( LP Relax Records, Netherlands, 1969 )
Catalog # 30.577
( *Also on Label DISQUES WAGRAM)

A1 Got The Feelin' 2:45
A2 Spooky 2:20
A3 Shady Street 2:40
A4 You Got It Made 2:15
A5 Brown's Hometown 2:40
A6 Do You Know The Way To San Jose? 3:00
B1 El-Die-Bie! 3:15
B2 After A Moment's Reflection 2:30
B3 No Sweat 2:15
B4 Bacon Fat 2:30
B5 Middle Earth Herd 2:15
B6 Which Direction 2:15

Dave Pike vibraphone
Rob Franken organ
Joop Scholten guitar
Ruud Jacobs electric bass
Louis de By drums
Producer - Dave Pike

Format:Vinyl, LP

Top Euro grooves & great funk LP finally by Dave Pike. Including a psych funk cover of "I got the feeling", "Spooky" & lots of original groovy jazz tracks. Limited 1000 original copies from Holland on Rare rock label " relax " .... DOPE FOR COLLECTORS & PURE CLUB DJ ACTION...A VERY RARE EUROPEAN FUNK LP'S!!!!
With covers of Sam & Dave's "You Got It Made", Burt Bacharach's "Do You Know the Way To San Jose", The Classics IV's "Spooky" and the title track, James Brown's "Got the Feelin". Exist a Wagram (us) repress reissue.
From Groove Collector

Courtesy of Bill

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