HERE’S WHAT $40 GETS YOU AT PARK BLVD RECORDS

Today I made my first pilgrimage to Oakland’s newest and already greatest music store.  Here’s what I walked away with.


Kilo Ali – Organized Bass (LP)

Bootsy Collins – Ultra Wave (LP)

The Mossie – Break Bad (feat. E-40 & Levitti)

E-40 – Big Ballin’ With My Homies / Earl, That’s Yo Life (Test Pressing!)

DJ U-Neek – California Streets / Eastsider / Doctor Doctor

Funkadelic – Uncle Jam Wants You (LP)

Suga Free – You Know My Name

Jungle Brothers – Straight Out The Jungle (LP)

Eloise Carey – Channel of God’s Love (LP)

Paramahansa Yogananda – Chants and Prayers (LP)

Don’t worry there are still other good records (and tapes and CDs) there.

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3 thoughts on “HERE’S WHAT $40 GETS YOU AT PARK BLVD RECORDS

  1. SE says:

    Was Noz there? If so, is he nice or is he mean?

  2. […] My first visit to Park Blvd. Records was all over the genre map; Atlanta bass, Bay Area gospel, yogic chant.  On that first sojourn I made it a point put my hands and eyes on every record in the store to get the fullest picture of their offerings and purchased something from almost every bin.  This time I was with a friend who didn’t have hours to waste indulge “diggin’ in the crates” (as the kids don’t say anymore), so I confined myself to the rap bargain bin and came out maybe even better off than the first time. […]

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