Fresh

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Fresh - Out Of Borstal Out Of Borstal
Pop New - LP LSP 4328 RCA
Sealed 1970 Original. Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
Fresh - Feelin' Fresh Feelin' Fresh
Soul New - LP P7 10024R1 Prodigal
1980 German Original In Custom Inner Lyric Sleeve. Gabriel's Third Album, Sung In German With Lyric Sleeve In English. “Fresh Moved From MCA To Motown's Prodigal Label With Its Second Album, Feelin' Fresh, Which Falls Short Of The Excellence Of Its First Album, Get Fresh, But Is Decent And Enjoyable. Ironically, This 1978 LP Opens With The Gavin Christopher Song "Just How Does It Feel," Which Asks A Well-Known Singer How It Feels To Have Become A Superstar; It's Ironic Because Fresh Never Enjoyed That Type Of Exposure. Get Fresh Received Very Little Attention, And Feelin' Fresh Didn't Do Any Better. Like Its Predecessor, This Record Seemed To Be Too Rockin' For Black Stations And Too Funky For Rock Stations. But For Those Who Hold Both Soul-Funk And Rock In High Regard, Feelin' Fresh Is Easy To Enjoy. Anyone Who Has Spent Hours And Hours Listening To Sly & The Family Stone Or Rare Earth Should Have No Problem Getting Into Sweaty Tracks Like "Preparation," "Whatever Happened To Rock And Roll," And "Let Yourself Go." These Songs Aren't In A Class With Stone Or Rare Earth's Best Work, But They Do Remind Us That A Strong Appreciation Of Rock Can Be A Healthy Thing For A Soul-Funk Band. Even Though Feelin' Fresh Isn't Fresh's Most Essential Album, It Didn't Deserve To Be Ignored.” – Alex Henderson, All Music Guide... more details
 
Fresh - Omniverse Omniverse
Pop New - LP 10028 Motown
Sealed 1978 Original Produced By Michael Nesmith. Cut Corner. “Fresh Hoped That Its Third Album, Omniverse, Would Be Its Commercial Breakthrough. But Like Fresh's Two Previous Albums, Omniverse Was Ignored By Both Soul-Funk And Rock Audiences, And That's Regrettable Because This LP Is Generally Decent And Sometimes Excellent. When Omniverse Came Out In Late 1978, Disco Was Huge, But Fresh Refused To Jump On The Disco Bandwagon. Its Roots Were In The Classic Soul-Funk-Rock Of Sly & The Family Stone And Rare Earth, And The Band Sticks To Its Creative Guns On Original Material As Well As On Likable Covers Of Larry Williams' "Bony Maronie" And Sam & Dave's "Hold On, I'm Coming." To Fully Appreciate This Album, You Need To Be Someone Who Treasures Both R&B And Rock. The Basslines Are Unapologetically Funky, While The Electric Guitars Rock Without Hesitation. But Fresh's Creativity Continued To Go Unrewarded, And Its Third Album Turned Out To Be Its Last.” – Alex Henderson, AMG... more details
 
Fresh - Feelin' Fresh Feelin' Fresh
Pop New - LP P7 10024R1 Prodigal
Sealed 1978 Original. “Like Its Predecessor, This Record Seemed To Be Too Rockin' For Black Stations And Too Funky For Rock Stations. But For Those Who Hold Both Soul-Funk And Rock In High Regard, Feelin' Fresh Is Easy To Enjoy. Anyone Who Has Spent Hours And Hours Listening To Sly & The Family Stone Or Rare Earth Should Have No Problem Getting Into Sweaty Tracks Like "Preparation," "Whatever Happened To Rock And Roll," And "Let Yourself Go." Alex Henderson, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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