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Pleasure- Dust Yourself Off (Funk/Jazz)

Pleasure- Dust Yourself Off (Funk/Jazz)

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1. Dust Yourself Off
2. Reality
3. My Love
4. Midnight At The Oasis
5. Music Is My Life
6. Plastic People
7. What Is Slick
8. Straight Ahead


Dust Yourself Off is the debut album by Portland, Oregon-based R&B group Pleasure.
Fantastic jazz funk by one of the best bands in the genre! This is probably Pleasure's most sought-after album, and it includes the classic breakbeat cut "Bouncy Lady", which begins with a nice hard drumbreak, and ends the same way! The record has a tight, smooth, soulful feel – similar to the best stuff coming out of the west coast Fantasy records scene at the time. There's lots of nice Wayne Henderson production on the record – with his trademark talent for snapping the drums nice and tight, while keeping the grooves nice and mellow. Includes the cuts "What Is Slick", "Reality", "Plastic People", and a great cover of "Midnight At the Oasis"! Reissued on very heavy vinyl, in a beautiful cover – and way better than any other Fantasy/Prestige reissues we've had! (Some of the LPs have some incidental marks on the vinyl that should not affect play.)


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The album code is : ODI189412