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The Perfect Circle - 1977 - The Perfect Circle
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The Perfect Circle - 1977 - The Perfect Circle


Independent rare funk lp from 1977 produced by George Semper.
Perfect Circle were another Paul Mack discovery and George Semper once again was caught choosing whether he should work with one band over another. He turned down Mandrill to finish up work on the now collectible Perfect Circle album that blended funk, soul and disco influences.

Tracks :
A1 Dip Stick (3:33)
A2 For Your Funkification (3:58)
A3 This Love Is Mine (4:35)
A4 Jungle Disco (4:04)
A5 Spread The News (3:51)

B1 The Perfect Circle (4:11)
B2 The Hands Of Time (6:15)
B3 I'll Always Love You (Girl) (5:48)
B4 Peaceful Funk (4:33)

Credits :
Bass [Electric Fender] - Ed Lyons
Clavinet, Organ [Fender Rhodes, Hammond B3], Piano, String Ensemble - George Semper
Congas, Percussion [Latin] - Jimmy Smith
Drums, Toms [Tenor], Cabasa - Ed James
Flugelhorn, Trumpet - Flemmon Green Jr.
Guitar - Clyde Dixon
Guitar [Lead] - Carl Walker
Lead Vocals - Clyde Dixon , Jimmy Smith
Mixed By - George Semper , Joel Soifer
Percussion - Carl Walker , Clyde Dixon , Dave Parnell , Flemmon Green Jr.
Producer - George Semper
Saxophone [Tenor, Alto], Flute [Tenor] - Dave Parnell

Backing Vocals - Carl Walker, Dave Parnell, Ed James, Flemmon Green Jr.

A lost jazz funk classic! Perfect Circle are an obscure little combo from Oakland -- and they've got a great jazzy groove with lots of sweet keyboards, heavy basslines, and choppy horn parts -- a sound that's equally as great as some of the better-known Bay Area funk acts of the time -- especially those at Fantasy Records! 60s Hammond hero George Semper is a member of the group -- but he's playing a fair bit more 70s-styled keyboards on the set -- giving it a warm electric vibe that's totally great! There's some real funky killers here that are filled with breaks, plus a few mellower soul tracks that have some really great vocals.
~Dusty Groove America



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