More of the rare stuff. It's gone for 300-400$ and now maybe more. Looks like something you'd skip right past in a thrift store. Like the other hundreds of bad radio comps and Ronco, and buy it on TV records you see. But, this one has a special treat. A lone track by The Jady Kurrent Band. They had several releases after this and still perform to this day. In Fact you can hire them to play a gig. Imagine hearing 'Standing There' at your next party. But, the comp "Sound of The Streets" is the only way to grab this particular tastiness by JKB. It does also feature the incredible Angelo Tinsley tune that was comped by Kon and Amir. That's about when the record jumped in price. It never came out on 7" or LP, other than this. But, they did have later 7' releases. "Work This Way" which came out in 86 or 87 is pretty tasty as well. 'Standing There' is smooth and classy. It's essentially indie-boogie. The soft and subtle nuances will grow on you every listen. I didn't want it right away, but after hearing it in my head, I had to have it. That's the key as a songwriter and musician..if you can plant that infectious seed, then you've got folks sprung. The Jady Kurrent Band have done just that.
Jady Kurrent Band - Standing There