Instant Funk ‎– Philly Jump

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TSOP ‎– ASD 281, Columbia ‎– ASD 281
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Promo
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DEMONSTRATION
NOT FOR SALE
Taken From The TSOP Lp: "GET DOWN WITH THE PHILLY JUMP" PZ 34358
Special Disco Version of the TSPO Single ZS8-4783

This release can be found with a<a href="http://www.discogs.com/Instant-Funk-Philly-Jump/release/1665837"> TSOP label</a>. In addition, <a href="http://www.discogs.com/Instant-Funk-Philly-Jump/release/2337434">counterfeits</a> also exist.
Deadwax inscription on side A indicates that this was mastered by Herbie Powers Jr.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A deadwax inscription): TSOP-XSS-160877Z 1A F/W ☺
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B deadwax inscription): P.I.R. AD-XSP-160876 F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): XXS 160877Z
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): XXS 160876Z
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASD 281 Instant Funk Philly Jump(12", Promo) TSOP, Columbia ASD 281 US 1976 Sell This Version
ZS8 4783 Instant Funk Philly Jump / Funky Africa(7", Single) TSOP ZS8 4783 US 1976 Sell This Version
ZS8 4783 Instant Funk Philly Jump(7", Promo) TSOP ZS8 4783 US 1976 Sell This Version
ASD 281 Instant Funk Philly Jump(12", Promo, Unofficial) TSOP (2), Columbia (2) ASD 281 Italy 2010 Sell This Version

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fuzzi_chase

fuzzi_chase

October 29, 2014
Sometimes bootlegs are sold on the original's site - be careful: the SALES HISTORY is completely FALSIFIED by those cheapos!! Sadly you have got no orientation & help anymore how much a price is justified for an original copy!
Recordforme

Recordforme

August 21, 2010
its easy, matrix tells it all. as for box full...if you can remember. around that time McFadden & Whitehead sold there inventory to Jerry (I think that was his name) from new jersey and in turn he sold bulk of 12"s to John of 21st century, it had multiple copies of some rare titles. like O'jays "message in music" etc. about 90 copies yes 90 copies. so indeed you might have seen that many copies but the problem is that they were legit. I myself purchased multiple copies of O'jays and many others. so someone put up matrix for both boot and original so we can solve this disagreement.
karlos1965

karlos1965

August 19, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
Sorry to disagree guys but this pressing (plain label) is a bootleg. It's not from 2010 either. I remember seeing a whole box full of these in a store in New York about 20 years ago. The owner told me all about it then. I can only report what I've seen with my own eyes.

I will agree though that it's still not easy to find but the other one (patterned label) is much rarer..

Update:

The Popsike website has reported 14 copies for sale in the last 4 years or so. Perhaps it isn't that rare after all. However of the 14 copies listed 9 have the plain white label and 5 the label with artwork on. This supports my view that the label with artwork on is the rarer pressing of the two. This used to go for big money, circa $600 but a copy sold recently for around $300. Well I guess there is a recession on.
michael582f

michael582f

August 1, 2010
Incredible that some stupid man say that is a reissue,realy unbelievable,karlos1965 go to bed is better.
The reiusse is made only now in 2010.
this copy with the white label is ORIGINAL,and very hard to find.
funkylady

funkylady

July 5, 2010
This is the first promo pressing,somebody here open the mouth,only because it is under the nose.In 2010 somebody did a reissue(ask for photo before buy the original dont have the circle in the middle),but this in this photo is the original,and very rare to find.
karlos1965

karlos1965

May 24, 2010
Sorry guys but this WLP is a bootleg! The real deal is the other label pressing...