Brown, Oscar Jr.

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Brown, Oscar Jr. - Fresh Fresh
Funk Used - LP SD 18106 Atlantic
1974 Original In Shrink Wrap, Small Saw Notch. Solid Wall-To-Wall Funk Including The Classic "Ghetto Scene." Features Paul Serrano. LP Looks Unplayed.... more details
 
Brown, Oscar Jr. - Movin' On Movin' On
Soul New - LP SD 1629 Atlantic
Sealed 1972 Original, Saw Cut. Features Cornell Dupree, Richard Tee, David Fathead Newman, Thad Jones, Ralph MacDonald And Others.... more details
 
Brown, Oscar Jr. - Fresh Fresh
Funk New - LP SD 18106 Atlantic
Sealed 1974 Original. Solid Wall-To-Wall Funk Including The Classic "Ghetto Scene." Features Paul Serrano.... more details
 
Brown, Oscar Jr. - In A New Mood In A New Mood
Jazz Used - LP CS 8673 Columbia
Beautiful 1962 360 Stereo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Brown, Oscar Jr. - Brother Where Are You Brother Where Are You
Soul Used - LP SD 1649 Atlantic
1974 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. Tiny Saw Cut. Features Frank Wess, Seldon Powell, Floyd Morris, Cissy Houston And Others.... more details
 
Brown, Oscar Jr. - Between Heaven And Hell Between Heaven And Hell
Jazz New - LP CL 1774 Columbia
Sealed 1962 Mono Original. “Of The Four Albums Oscar Brown Jr. Recorded For Columbia In The Early To Mid-'60s, Between Heaven & Hell Is Perhaps The Least Celebrated, In Part Because It Was The Last To Get Onto CD (Taking Until 2010 To Do So). Brown Did His Best Work During This Stint For Columbia, However, And This, The Second Of Those Lps, Fits Comfortably Into The Flow Of His Peak As A Recording Artist. It's Entirely Characteristic Of His Sound Of The Period, Brown Delivering Sly Lyrics With A Hipster Feel To Bluesy Jazz Arrangements With Big-Band Verve. The Most Famous, And Best, Of The Songs Is The First, "Mr. Kicks," With Its Up-For-Anything Devil-May-Care Vibe. But It's A Pretty Consistent Album, Benefiting From Some Arrangements By Quincy Jones, Brown Maintaining An Unflappably Suave Posture Throughout. Sometimes That Stay-On-The-Sunny-Side Charm Might Verge On The Smug And Smarmy To Some Listeners, And There Isn't As Much Of The More Serious Social Commentary You Find On Some Of His Other Efforts. The Seamier Side Of Life Does Surface Sometimes, However, If In A Rather Lighthearted Manner On Tracks Like "Opportunity, Please Knock." More Satisfying Outings In That Regard Are "World In Grey" And Two Poems To Which Brown Set Music, "Elegy" (By Gwendolyn Brooks) And "When Malindy Sings" (By Paul Lawrence Dunbar).” - Richie Unterberger, AMG... more details
 
Brown, Oscar Jr. - Sin & Soul Sin & Soul
Jazz Audiophile - LP CS 8377 Speakers Corner
Open, Excellent And Out Of Print 180gm HQ German Vinyl, Still In Shrink.... more details
 
Brown, Oscar Jr. - Brother Where Are You Brother Where Are You
Soul New - LP SD 1649 Atlantic
Sealed 1974 Original. Saw Cut. Features Frank Wess, Seldon Powell, Floyd Morris, Cissy Houston And Others.... more details
 

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