October 2

The Players Association - Turn The Music Up! (Vinyl)

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Posted 06.08.2019 by Mugul in category "Progressive Rock


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    THE PLAYERS ASSOCIATION Turn The Music Up! (Scarce test pressing for the UK 6-track LP, featuring the soaring Alto Sax of Dave Sanborn on the title track, with plain white labels & etched catalogue number & matrices in the run-outs, complete with the retail issue sleeve of those fabulous glamour shots! Very few of these were produced, purely to test the sonics, & never sold to the public.
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    Players Association is a band of seasoned jazz players and upbeat disco musicians who were lured by the tidal streams of disco music. So, in an attempt not be left out of the show, they came up with a rich blend of syncopated sounds set in the fashionable disco beat drumming of the time and thus contributed to the empowerment of the music which reigned in the late seventies and throughout the /5(5).
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    Players Association had a couple of hits during the 70's which are featured here (Turn The Music Up, I Like It and Chic's Everybody dance), but they never achieved the acclaim of Kool and the Gang, the Ohio Players, Parliament or Earth Wind and Fire. This set contains their first two albums and shows the versatility of the band led by Chris Hill/5(28).

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