Thursday, December 21, 2017

RE-UP: Black Jazz Records Discography !!

NEW LINKS ARE UP!!

As requested, here is the entire original
records from the acclaimed label ...

(Sometimes, when I upload a couple
files of this size, Dropbox suspends
access to downloading if traffic is
too heavy. If this happens, just give
it a day or two, and retry)

Gene Russell - New Direction 1971
Walter Bishop, Jr. - Coral Keys 1971
Doug Carn - Infant Eyes 1971
Rudolph Johnson - Spring Rain 1971
Calvin Keys - Shawn-Neeq 1971
Chester Thompson - Powerhouse 1971
Henry Franklin - The Skipper 1972
Doug Carn - Spirit Of The New Land 1972
The Awakening - Hear, Sense And Feel 1972
Gene Russell - Talk To My Lady 1973
Rudolph Johnson - The Second Coming 1973
Kellee Patterson - Maiden Voyage 1973
Walter Bishop, Jr. - Keeper Of My Soul 1973
Doug Carn - Revelation 1973
The Awakening - Mirage 1973
Doug Carn - Adam's Apple 1974
Henry Franklin - The Skipper At Home 1974
Calvin Keys - Proceed With Caution! 1974
Roland Haynes - The Second Wave 1975
Cleveland Eaton - Plenty Good Eaton 1975

16 comments:

  1. Part 1
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/v4e0s01ah07od3w/Part%201.zip?dl=0

    Part 2
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/mkrpbrfnvukykv8/Part%202.zip?dl=0

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  2. Thank you for this.

    I've managed to track down a lot of these records through the years, but it is wonderful to have them together.

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  3. How large are these two files? They've locked up your dropbox account so all of your poasts are unavailable. I'm happy to wait, but I don't want to clog things up. Zippy recently raised their per file size limit to 500mb. I don't know if that would help in this case, but they're free, so I thought I'd toss that out. Otherwise, I'll keep trying DB.

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    1. I’ll definitely email you the files if you want to PM this blogs Facebook page? If not, I’ll try another route tomorrow

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  4. Well, I apologize for the hiccup in accessibility. This happens EVERY time I share a large or numerous files. Dropbox says that I have reached my daily sharing limit of 100,000 (even though the post only shows viewership of around 300). So, I think it's BS. Either way. here's another source to grab them until the original links are back up ...

    part 1
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/yzs37f
    part 2
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/26mlju
    part 3
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/886zoq
    part 4
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/rgsvqd
    part 5
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/r029v7
    part 6
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/r68cgd
    part 7
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/6t1ln7

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  5. wonderful, thank you. How about a guide to listening priorities?

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    1. I would definitely start with The Awakening. Also, Doug Carn and Rudolph Johnson are wicked. To be honest, though, EVERY single album on that label is an 8, 9, or 10 rating. Interesting story behind the repurchasing of the label ...

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Jazz_Records

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  6. Thank you so much and Happy new year.

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  7. Thanx for these! happy New year.

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  8. Hey Ethics, greetings from Oz! I grabbed these the first time and have been so excited to work through it. To a whitey from Australia like me these are SO important and SO powerful. I really feel like I've won a lottery of sorts by being exposed to these recordings. Very grateful to you for your blog. Long may you keep it up - and long may your crazy weather let you! Cheers, Ace

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    1. Wow, for some reason, Blogger thinks your comments are spam haha. I’m not sure why. I had to go into the spam folder and mark it as just a normal comment. Anyway, yeah these re incredible albums, and I’m really glad that you’re enjoying them. It’s seriously great music

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