Continuing in the quest to make some ridiculously rare records available again, they don’t come much more obscure than T. Dyson and Co’s spacy and hypnotic “It’s All Over” with the bedroom funk of “First Time” on the flip. Financed and released by Staple Singer’s engineer Don Greer on the tiny New Outlook imprint in 1980, original copies are like gold dust.
Currently an original will set you back £500+ so this is a much more cost-effective way to own this slice of infectious space-funk from Chicago’s south side.
A – It’s All Over (3:35)
B – First Time (2:45)