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Remastered for full-on soul supremacy, are two monster sounds from The Trinikas. Circa 1969, they were the culmination of the female four piece's short-lived career. Recorded in Missouri and sneaking out on the Pearce label, "Black Is Beautiful" was a post-hippie dance anthem that later made a short-lived appearance on their native west coast Century label. A horn-led classic with a four-part vocal and a truly funky drummer in attendance, it's a spiritual blast. "Remember Me", the B-side of the original single, is dusted off here too. This funkier cut has turned up in a few DJ setlists thanks to a reissue via Numero and Jazzman. With it's staccato guitar, upbeat horns and swirling organ is an infectious head-nodder.
Remastered for full-on soul supremacy, are two monster sounds from The Trinikas. Circa 1969, they were the culmination of the female four piece's short-lived career. Recorded in Missouri and sneaking out on the Pearce label, "Black Is Beautiful" was a post-hippie dance anthem that later made a short-lived appearance on their native west coast Century label. A horn-led classic with a four-part vocal and a truly funky drummer in attendance, it's a spiritual blast. "Remember Me", the B-side of the original single, is dusted off here too. This funkier cut has turned up in a few DJ setlists thanks to a reissue via Numero and Jazzman. With it's staccato guitar, upbeat horns and swirling organ is an infectious head-nodder.
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Remastered for full-on soul supremacy, are two monster sounds from The Trinikas. Circa 1969, they were the culmination of the female four piece's short-lived career. Recorded in Missouri and sneaking out on the Pearce label, "Black Is Beautiful" was a post-hippie dance anthem that later made a short-lived appearance on their native west coast Century label. A horn-led classic with a four-part vocal and a truly funky drummer in attendance, it's a spiritual blast. "Remember Me", the B-side of the original single, is dusted off here too. This funkier cut has turned up in a few DJ setlists thanks to a reissue via Numero and Jazzman. With it's staccato guitar, upbeat horns and swirling organ is an infectious head-nodder.
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