Marsellus Pittman* / Theo Parrish ‎– Essential Selections Vol. 1

Label:
Sound Signature ‎– SS007
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Credits

Notes

Repressed in 2013 labels look faded or copied when compared to earlier pressings.

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
BPM:
A: 114
B1: 113 | B2: 108

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A:‭ ‬Hand etched): SS007-A [NSC, enclosed in a circle]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B:‭ ‬Hand etched): SS007-B [NSC, enclosed in a circle]

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scannypack

scannypack

April 23, 2018
edited 6 months ago

I purchased my repress in 2017 at Halcyon. It's pretty noisy, especially B1. I imagine the original is like this too, but I am not sure. Faded and pixelated labels as bellewpublishing says.

Don't really care though, just happy that it was repressed. Marcellus Pittman signed mine last week at our party :)
SmoothWax

SmoothWax

August 29, 2017
Wow... this record is absolutely wonderful. That voice layered in a pad on African Roots... tricky ! Night of The Sagitarius has a (early) Prescription feel, or is it just me ?
enabler

enabler

February 15, 2015
this might be the best record I own. Selectors theme is amazing but drives me batty at the same time because the tempo increases from the first clap to when the bass and synths come in - its so hard to mix and its cut much quieter than African roots on my copy. African roots pitched up a bit is butter smooth mixed into Oh Jabba by OB Ignitt. very similar concepts and both well done
hashminister

hashminister

August 5, 2012

African Roots: One of the best trax i ever heard. The strongest music: smooth & rich basslines, warm percussion , smart hats, theo's rhythm and 90's sounds.. superb combo.
rostapopoulos

rostapopoulos

October 2, 2002

African roots is so deep, when the bass line kicks in its shivery spine time!