Maze

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Maze - Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly
Soul New - LP ST 11607 Capitol
Sealed, Rare And Pristine 1977 Original. “At A Time When Disco Reigned Supreme, Maze And Frankie Beverly Took The R&B Charts By Storm With A Smooth Yet Gritty Soul/Funk Approach That Rejected The Disco Beat Entirely. Growing Up In The Soul Hotbed Of Philadelphia Had A Definite Impact On Maze's Distinctive Sound, Which Owed As Much To Marvin Gaye As It Did To Philly Soul. Classics Like "While I'm Alone," "Lady Of Magic," "You," And The Hit "Happy Feelin's" Earned Maze An Intensely Devoted Bunch Of Followers, Who Will Tell You In A Minute That The Charismatic Beverly Is The Very Essence Of A Soul Singer. Though It Wasn't A Single, One Of The Best Offerings On The Album Is "Colorblind," A Jewel Expressing Beverly's Frustration Over The Racial Polarization That Plagued The U.S. In 1977 And Remained Alive And Well Years Later. This Outstanding Debut Album Didn't Do Much In The Pop Market, But Thanks To Enthusiastic Support From The R&B Market, It Went Gold.” Alex Henderson, AMG.... more details
 
Maze - Greatest Hots Of Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly Greatest Hots Of Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly
Soul New - LP 92810 Capitol
Sealed 1989 Vinyl. Features Remixes Of "Joy And Pain" With Rapping By Kurtis Blow And "Before I Let It Go."... more details
 
Maze - We Are One We Are One
Soul New - LP ST 12262 Capitol
Sealed 1983 Original With Gold Promo Stamp.... more details
 
Maze - Silky Soul Silky Soul
Soul Used - LP 25802 Warner
Hard To Find 1989 Vinyl, Custom Inner Sleeve. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Maze - Inspiration Inspiration
Soul New - LP SW 11912 Capitol
Sealed, Hard To Find 1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “Arguably Maze's Best Album, Hands Down, Inspiration Lives Up To Its Grandiose Title. Frankie Beverly's Compositions Are Executed To Perfection By The Seven-Piece Maze Ensemble: Atigunta Sun (Drums), Wuane Thomas (Lead Guitar), Sam Porter (Keyboards), Mckinley Williams (Vocals And Percussion), Roame Lowry (Vocals And Congas), Robin Duhe (Bass), And Frankie Beverly (Rhythm Guitar And Lead Vocals) -- The Originals. If You're Still Down After Listening To "Lovely Inspiration"'S Positive, Glowing, Shimmering Praise To The Supreme One, You Have Some Serious Issues. The Fusion Of R&B And Reggae On "Feel That You're Feelin'" Fueled Its Way Up The R&B Chart Rungs; It Remains A Staple Of Maze's Live Show. It's Hard To Get Any Better Than "Call Me," On Which Beverly Outdoes Himself During A Sensitive, Tear-Jerking Confession Of A Man Whose Woman Left Him For Another; The Parting Is Handled With Maturity, And The Lamenting Lover Extends An Invitation For His Ex To Call Him If It Doesn't Work Out, Or If She Has A Change Of Heart. Just As Inspiring Is The Spirited "Timin'," A Rollicking Number About Keeping Your Spirits Up Because, If It Doesn't Work Out, It's Not Solely Your Fault, It's Just A Matter Of Timin'; Why Capitol Held Back On This Track Is Mystifying, Since It Has All The Elements Of A Monster. That Kick-Happy Beat Is Extended To "Welcome Home," A Tune About A Lover Returning After Discovering The Grass Wasn't Greener On The Other Side Of The Fence. "Women Is A Wonder" Is A Slow Tribute To Women Featuring Some Tantalizing Guitar Notes From Thomas; Very Nice, But A Better Bet If The Supplementary Vocals Hadn't Been Buried So Deep In The Mix. Captivating, Tinkling Chimes Introduce The Laid-Back "Ain't It Strange"; The Vocal Interaction Between Beverly, Duhe, Williams, And Lowry Are Reminiscent Of The Frankie Beverly & The Butlers Years. An Instrumental Version Of "Lovely Inspiration" Ends The Masterpiece.” Andrew Hamilton, AMG.... more details
 
Maze - Live In Los Angeles Live In Los Angeles
Soul New - LP SWBB-12479 Capitol
Sealed 1986 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Three Live Sides And One Studio Side.... more details
 
Maze - Inspiration Inspiration
Soul Used - LP SW 11912 Capitol
Hard To Find 1979 Original. Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Maze - Live In Los Angeles Live In Los Angeles
Soul New - LP SWBB-12479 Capitol
Sealed 1986 2LP Gatefold. Three Live Sides And One Studio Side. Gold Promo Stamp On Jacket.... more details
 
Maze - Live In Los Angeles Live In Los Angeles
Soul Used - LP SWBB 12479 Capitol
Beautiful 1986 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Three Live Sides And One Studio Side. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
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Joy And Pain
Soul New - LP ST 12807 Capitol
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Clean COH.... more details
 
Maze - Greatest Hits Of Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly Greatest Hits Of Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly
Soul Used - LP 92810 Capitol
Hard To Find 1989 Original With Saw Cut. Includes One Sheet From Capitol Records. Features Remixes Of "Joy And Pain" With Rapping By Kurtis Blow And "Before I Let It Go."... more details
 
Maze - Golden Time Of Day Golden Time Of Day
Funk New - LP SN 16076 Capitol
Sealed 80's Era 2nd Issue Of Their 1978 Album (ST 11710).... more details
 
Maze - Can't Stop The Love Can't Stop The Love
Soul New - LP ST 512377 Capitol
Sealed 1985 Second Issue.... more details
 
Maze - Inspiration Inspiration
Soul New - LP SW 11912 Capitol
Sealed, Hard To Find 1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Maze - Live In Los Angeles Live In Los Angeles
Soul New - LP SWBB 12479 Capitol
Sealed 1986 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Clean Cut Out Hole. Three Live Sides And One Studio Side.... more details
 
Maze - Inspiration Inspiration
Soul New - LP SW 11912 Capitol
Sealed, Hard To Find 1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Custom "Timin" Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Clean Cut Out Hole. “Arguably Maze's Best Album, Hands Down, Inspiration Lives Up To Its Grandiose Title. Frankie Beverly's Compositions Are Executed To Perfection By The Seven-Piece Maze Ensemble: Atigunta Sun (Drums), Wuane Thomas (Lead Guitar), Sam Porter (Keyboards), Mckinley Williams (Vocals And Percussion), Roame Lowry (Vocals And Congas), Robin Duhe (Bass), And Frankie Beverly (Rhythm Guitar And Lead Vocals) -- The Originals. If You're Still Down After Listening To "Lovely Inspiration"'S Positive, Glowing, Shimmering Praise To The Supreme One, You Have Some Serious Issues. The Fusion Of R&B And Reggae On "Feel That You're Feelin'" Fueled Its Way Up The R&B Chart Rungs; It Remains A Staple Of Maze's Live Show. It's Hard To Get Any Better Than "Call Me," On Which Beverly Outdoes Himself During A Sensitive, Tear-Jerking Confession Of A Man Whose Woman Left Him For Another; The Parting Is Handled With Maturity, And The Lamenting Lover Extends An Invitation For His Ex To Call Him If It Doesn't Work Out, Or If She Has A Change Of Heart. Just As Inspiring Is The Spirited "Timin'," A Rollicking Number About Keeping Your Spirits Up Because, If It Doesn't Work Out, It's Not Solely Your Fault, It's Just A Matter Of Timin'; Why Capitol Held Back On This Track Is Mystifying, Since It Has All The Elements Of A Monster. That Kick-Happy Beat Is Extended To "Welcome Home," A Tune About A Lover Returning After Discovering The Grass Wasn't Greener On The Other Side Of The Fence. "Women Is A Wonder" Is A Slow Tribute To Women Featuring Some Tantalizing Guitar Notes From Thomas; Very Nice, But A Better Bet If The Supplementary Vocals Hadn't Been Buried So Deep In The Mix. Captivating, Tinkling Chimes Introduce The Laid-Back "Ain't It Strange"; The Vocal Interaction Between Beverly, Duhe, Williams, And Lowry Are Reminiscent Of The Frankie Beverly & The Butlers Years. An Instrumental Version Of "Lovely Inspiration" Ends The Masterpiece.” Andrew Hamilton, AMG.... more details
 
Maze - Live In Los Angeles Live In Los Angeles
Soul New - LP SWBB 12479 Capitol
Sealed 1986 2LP Gatefold Original With Partial Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink And Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. Three Live Sides And One Studio Side. “Maze's Live Albums Are True Reflections Of Their Live Show. You Know What To Expect From Maze: They Sing The Songs That Made Them Famous, And Others Culled From Many Albums Recorded Over A Successful Career. You Don't Have To Worry About Them Trying To Show Their Versatility Or Musical Awareness By Performing Songs Made Famous By Others. The Show Opens With A Bang With Frankie Beverly And The Boys Doing A Rousing "Running Away" For An Elated Crowd, And It's Followed By "Too Many Games," Where He Scats A Bit. Beverly Writes All Of Maze's Material And Has Been Prolific Without The Quality Suffering. On "I Wanna Thank You," He Gives Thanks To Maze Fans And Supporters, Highly Unusual In Song Form But A Nice Gesture. "Happy Feelin's" Will Remain A Concert Staple As Long As Maze Performs, Regardless Of How Many Other Hits They Have; They Enjoy Doing It, And Its Positive, Perky Beat Never Bores. Famous For Their Beat Ballads, "I Want To Feel I'm Wanted" Doesn't Disappoint. The Groove Continues On An Uplifting "We Are One," Where They Cleverly Interject Snatches Of "Look At California." "Back In Stride Again," With Its Maniacal Beat, Is Crisp And Clear. An Added Studio Cut, "When You Love Someone," Is Satisfying.” All Music Guide.... more details
 

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