K. Alexi Shelby* ‎– All For Lee-Sah

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Transmat ‎– MS 8
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A All For Lee-Sah 5:15
B1 My Medusa 5:16
B2 Vertigo 5:29

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Regular black vinyl with large pressing ring evident on the Alan Oldham artwork label.

Edits for Transmat / Mayday Music BMI ℗© 1989

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): MS 8 A SUNSHINE N.Y.C.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MS 8 B SUNSHINE N.Y.C.

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madmadmonk

madmadmonk

March 20, 2017
Great tune but pressing is a bit dodgy and is quite crackly
milanminimal

milanminimal

March 6, 2015
Technorama / TR5

Repress for Vertigo
abra0

abra0

February 8, 2015
I've had this since it came out but always gone straight for the B-Side, My Medusa and Vertigo. It was a good 10 years after I purchased it that I realised how mind blowing and original All For Lee-Sah was.
pkd

pkd

July 25, 2014
Lost my copy :( if anyone knows where it is give it back!.... Yeah right!
blizwookie

blizwookie

May 7, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
oh yeah this is my kinda shit right here
lukus

lukus

August 8, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
In my opinion 'my medusa' really should NOT get overlooked here either.This surely is one of the blueprints of techno as a genre.The constant 606 drum and the incessant squall of the 303 looping round and round did seem a touch repetitive at the time, but it is these basic 'grass roots' elements that techno still adopts to this day.And STILL played by many techno jocks in 2007.
jimidisko

jimidisko

February 21, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
This is one of the greatest old-skool detroit releases ever made! The deepness and groovy feel of "All For Lee-Sah" is absolutely mind blowing, and if you're into old-skool acid "Vertogo" is the one for you. Highly recomended folks!
Walrus

Walrus

November 18, 2002

If only Transmat didn't produce so many dodgy pressings ! All for Lee-Sah is a great downtempo sleazy acid track and works great in a session with similar Blake Baxter and Bam Bam tracks.