Various ‎– Jazz Dispensary: Cosmic Stash

Label:
Fantasy ‎– FAN-37010-01, Jazz Dispensary ‎– FAN-37010-01
Format:
Box Set, Compilation
Vinyl, LP, Orange Translucent
Vinyl, LP, Purple Translucent
Vinyl, LP, Green Translucent
Vinyl, LP, Blue Translucent
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Disc 1 - Soul Diesel
A1 Rusty Bryant Fire Eater [7" Edit]
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
3:15
A2 Boogalo Joe Jones* No Way
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
7:20
A3 Bernard Purdie Cold Sweat
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
5:42
A4 Eddie Jefferson Psychedelic Sally
Producer – Don SchlittenRecorded By – Richard Alderson
2:54
B1 Charles Kynard Greeze
Producer – Bob Shad
4:40
B2 Sonny Phillips Sure 'Nuff, Sure 'Nuff
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
6:50
B3 Pucho And The Latin Soul Brothers* Got Myself A Good Man
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
5:58
B4 Billy Hawks O' Baby (I Believe I'm Losing You)
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
3:07
Disc 2 - Purple Funk
A1 Lafayette Afro Rock Band Hihache
Producer – Philippe Thomas
6:51
A2 The Pazant Brothers, The Beaufort Express A Gritty Nitty
Producer – Ed Bland
2:47
A3 Funk Inc. Kool Is Back [Edit]
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
3:10
A4 The Round Robin Monopoly Life Is Funky
Producer – Randall Stewart, Willie Hall
3:46
A5 Roy Lee Johnson & The Villagers Patch It Up
Producer – Jimmy Johnson (4)
2:29
B1 The Blackbyrds Rock Creek Park
Producer – Donald Byrd
4:43
B2 Pleasure (4) Bouncy Lady
Producer – Wayne Henderson
3:56
B3 David Axelrod Mucho Chubar
Producer – Julian “Cannonball” Adderley*
3:17
B4 Patrice Rushen The Hump
Producer – Patrice Rushen, Reggie Andrews, Tommy Vicari
6:03
B5 Azymuth Dear Limmertz [12" Mix]
Producer – Joel B. Leibovitz, José Roberto Bertrami
4:33
Disc 3 - OG Kush
A1 Ronnie Foster Mystic Brew
Producer – George Butler
4:08
A2 Isaac Hayes Hung Up On My Baby
Producer – Isaac Hayes
6:21
A3 Ernie Hines Our Generation 3:13
A4 Bayeté (2) Free Angel (Thoughts...And All I've Got To Say)
Producer – Ernie Hines, Jo Bridges, Lester Snell
5:11
B1 Jean-Jacques Perrey E.V.A.
Recorded By – Ed Friedner
3:09
B2 Johnny Hammond Smith* Can't We Smile
Producer – Larry Mizell & Fonce Mizell
4:34
B3 The Blackbyrds Mysterious Vibes
Producer – Donald Byrd
4:53
B4 Gary Bartz Gentle Smiles (Saxy)
Producer – Larry Mizell & Fonce Mizell
4:19
B5 Paulinho Da Costa Love Till The End Of Time
Producer – Paulinho Da Costa
3:29
Disc 4 - Astral Travelin'
A1 Charles Earland Leaving This Planet
Producer – Charles Earland
7:29
A2 Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes* Expansions
Producer – Bob Thiele, Lonnie Liston Smith
6:07
A3 Pharoah Sanders Astral Traveling
Producer – Bill Szymczyk, Ed Michel
5:39
B1 Jack DeJohnette Epilog
Producer – Jack DeJohnette
3:12
B2 Gary Bartz NTU Troop Celestial Blues
Producer – Orrin Keepnews
7:33
B3 Flora Purim Open Your Eyes You Can Fly
Producer – Orrin Keepnews
4:30
B4 Johnny Lytle Tawhid
Producer – Orrin Keepnews
7:05

Credits

Notes

2016 Record Store Day 'first time' release. Remained available to indie stores for 1 year following its release.

Featuring some of the most iconic and hard-to-find drum breaks, legendary samples, and a who’s who of players and producers including: Bernard Purdie, Isaac Hayes, David Axelrod, the Lafayette Afro Rock Band, the Blackbyrds, Pharoah Sanders, and more. Comprised of four distinct musical strains pressed on translucent-colored vinyl—“Soul Diesel,” “Purple Funk,” “OG Kush,” and “Astral Travelin’”—there’s a trip for every mood. Housed in a special four way fold-out box, each LP comes in its own unique jacket, combining texture and visuals for a truly extrasensory experience.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 888072370104

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devotown

devotown

December 15, 2016
Pro: Over 160 minutes of choice cuts. Loved the music selection, and I have a pretty large collection.
Con: The 4 different-colored vinyl pressings were NOT equal in quality. "Purple Funk" pressing was a disgrace, with audible crackles at loudest spots. "OG Kush" was also a poor press, with a visible, tight warp and a two-beat scuff heard not just during dead space, but at low-level moments as well.
Neutral: Even though each side is 18-20 minutes apiece, why were the tracks so compressed? Easily a half inch of wasted space before common run-out area would begin. This compressing made sure the pressing wasn't deep to fully take advantage of the bass work going on.
Disc 1 and 4 however were pressed fine and sounded great. If only this had come with a download to enjoy the music on the go, unmarred by the poor pressing quality of two of the records.
Nice, but kind of over-the-top packaging. Would be a good deal for less money, for sure.
innergrooverecs

innergrooverecs

May 27, 2016
Only thing-sounds digitally sourced to my ears. Thin, and a bit antiseptic, but who knows. Nice package, we sold out of them quickly, glad I hung on to one.
matteod6

matteod6

May 7, 2016
For anyone still looking for this it appears to be available from King's Road.
They appear to ship worldwide. http://kingsroadmerch.com/jazz-dispensary/view/?id=9339&cid=2481
cdfreak1

cdfreak1

April 17, 2016

This might be the best thing I picked up on RSD. Any idea how many were pressed?