Arthur Russell ‎– The World Of Arthur Russell

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Soul Jazz Records ‎– SJR CD83
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1 Dinosaur L Go Bang (Francois Kevorkian Mix)
Mixed By – Francois Kevorkian*Producer – Arthur Russell, Will SocolovWritten-By – Arthur Russell
7:35
2 Lola Wax The Van
Producer – Bob Blank, Lola BlankWritten-By – Arthur Russell, Lola Blank
5:27
3 Loose Joints Is It All Over My Face (Larry Levan Mix)
Mixed By – Larry LevanProducer – Arthur Russell, Steve D'AquistoWritten-By – Charles Russell*, Steven D'Acquisto*
6:57
4 Arthur Russell Keeping Up
Written-By – Arthur Russell
6:20
5 Arthur Russell In The Light Of The Miracle
Written-By – Arthur Russell, Elodie Lauten
13:21
6 Arthur Russell A Little Lost
Written-By – Arthur Russell
3:18
7 Loose Joints Pop Your Funk
Producer – Arthur Russell, Steve D'AquistoWritten-By – Charles Russell*, McElroy*
6:38
8 Arthur Russell Let's Go Swimming (Walter Gibbons Mix)
Remix – Walter GibbonsWritten-By – Arthur Russell
5:14
9 Dinosaur L In The Cornbelt (Larry Levan Mix)
Remix – Larry Levan
5:57
10 Arthur Russell Treehouse
Written-By – Arthur Russell
2:17
Bonus Track
11 Indian Ocean Schoolbell/Treehouse (Walter Gibbons Mix)
Mixed By – Walter GibbonsProducer – Arthur Russell, Peter ZummoWritten-By – Arthur Russell
10:05

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This release has a 24 page booklet containing a biography by Chris Menist and a cardboard slipcase.

Track 11 is listed as a "Bonus Track" though it appears to be on all versions (CD and vinyl) of this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SJRCD83
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP78
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7321
  • Barcode: 5 026328 100838

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volpefox

volpefox

September 7, 2014
Still up on the Soul Jazz store, better than discogs prices:
http://www.souljazzrecords.co.uk/releases/?id=129
he_is_me

he_is_me

December 2, 2007

So danceable and yet emotional, intensely personal but capable of transmitting its energy to any open-minded listener. Arthur Russell's genius lies in his ability to bridge any gap (just listen to "Is It All Over My face" and you'll see all barriers between white, experimental music and black, party music collapse).

As usual, this Soul Jazz compilation can boast extensive and useful liner notes, cover artwork of the original 12" or LP releases, and a good choice that spans the various sides of Russell's creativity.