TVD Vinyl Giveaway: Kool & Together’s Original Recordings 1970-77

The Sanders Brothers had the rare gift of blending the sounds of Psychedelic Rock and Motown Funk to brew up the audacious grooves of “Black Rock.” 

Coming from an improbable place, a small Southern Texas town, in this unlikely place, Kool & Together had the talent to ignite a fire of talent both lyrically and musically.

The single “Sittin’ on a Red Hot Stove” is a funk number that will get your blood boilin’ and your head burnin’ with its groovy beats.

One lucky winner will receive Kool & Together’s Original Recordings 1970-77 from Light in the Attic Records. This set assembles the band’s recordings from the 1970s, as well as rarely-heard private press 45s.

To win this hidden treasure, answer the following question in the comment box below…

What 1970s band or musical artist  would you resurrect to see live today?

I personally would resurrect The Clash. Like their original promotional slogan stated, “The Only Band That Matters.”

The winner will be chosen one week from today, on Thursday, October 20th, and must have a mailing address in the continental US or Canada.

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  • Snakyjake

    the original Pink Floyd

  • Guest

    I would gladly recite some Bruce Campbell-style reanimation spell or invocation to resurrect Marc Bolan and Mick Ronson.  After I cleaned them both up and taught them how to speak again, I would then give David Bowie a call.  The result: T-Rex/David Bowie/Spiders from Mars in Wembley Stadium, one night only.  How fun would that be?

  • http://twitter.com/benfortney Ben Fortney

    Bob Marley – with the world as intertwined as it is today, his message of universal love, justice and peace is just as necessary as it was in the 70s

  • Wes Purvis

    I would love to see The Who with Roger, Pete, John and of course Keith in all of their instrument destroying glory! Who wouldn’t want to experience tgat kind of event? Their 1980 tour was great. Kenny is a great drummer, but not the same without Moonie.

  • Vibesonvelvet

    man, this is a tough one.
    the 70’s was probably the most exciting decade for music ever.
    i’m torn between seeing Thin Lizzy, Talking Heads, T. Rex and Television, and those are just the “T”s!
    wait, wait… The James Gang too!

  • https://www.thevinyldistrict.com Olivia

    The winner has been notified. Check your email!

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