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Vintage Design to Futuristic Funk
Apartment Therapy helped solve a personal 2 year mystery for us today. We knew we recognized the cover of LA-based DJ & Producer Greyboy's 2004 release Soul Mosaic from somewhere but, for the life of us, couldn't place it. One random ebay auction later and now we know that it was the cover of a classic Sunset Do-It-Yourself book.
Why we couldn't place that is anyone's guess.
The auction is still super cheap so you can probably pick it up yourself but if you're going to be buying things, you really should give Soul Mosaic a try as well. Greyboy hasn't often done vocal tracks in his career but the appearances of Bart Davenport, Bing Ji Ling and Sharon Jones (of Dap Kings fame) are funky, soulful and well worth it.
Try bumpin' this with the top down on your summer drives up and down PCH or trapped in gridlock on the 405.
You can thank us later but we'll thank ATLA for setting us straight now.
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