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Acid Jazz is marking it's 35th Anniversary with a series of classic releases from their catalog. The first of these is Mother Earth's debut album, Stoned Woman. Recorded in a Tottenham industrial estate studio at the height of 'acid jazz', it's a rock inflected, funky brew that heavily referenced Blaxploitation soundtracks from the early to mid 70s. Mother Earth developed a life of their own, moving through line-up changes, and leaving behind the arguably more radical sound that remains distilled in this album. This is a must-have for original-era acid jazz fans, marking an important time in British music.
Acid Jazz is marking it's 35th Anniversary with a series of classic releases from their catalog. The first of these is Mother Earth's debut album, Stoned Woman. Recorded in a Tottenham industrial estate studio at the height of 'acid jazz', it's a rock inflected, funky brew that heavily referenced Blaxploitation soundtracks from the early to mid 70s. Mother Earth developed a life of their own, moving through line-up changes, and leaving behind the arguably more radical sound that remains distilled in this album. This is a must-have for original-era acid jazz fans, marking an important time in British music.
5051083188593

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ACID JAZZ
Rel. Date: 03/10/2023
UPC: 5051083188593

Stoned Woman [Reissue]
Artist: Mother Earth
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $24.98
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Acid Jazz is marking it's 35th Anniversary with a series of classic releases from their catalog. The first of these is Mother Earth's debut album, Stoned Woman. Recorded in a Tottenham industrial estate studio at the height of 'acid jazz', it's a rock inflected, funky brew that heavily referenced Blaxploitation soundtracks from the early to mid 70s. Mother Earth developed a life of their own, moving through line-up changes, and leaving behind the arguably more radical sound that remains distilled in this album. This is a must-have for original-era acid jazz fans, marking an important time in British music.
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