Edan: Sagittarius Rapp


Whenever I’m feeling like I’m lacking some quality stuff to post, it seems Stones Throw is there to save me. It was just a few weeks ago I posted about the Guilty Simpson track Man’s World.

Now, from the Stones Throw podcast, we’ve got Edan’s Sagittarius Rapp, off Now-Again Re:Sounds Vol. 1, which is due out July 17. The compilation features remixes of songs from the Now-Again catalog, an affiliate funk label under Stones Throw.

I’m sorta drooling over this box set release of the compilation, which includes seven 7-inch singles along with the CD. That’s at least a week’s worth of posts at Circa 45.

Sagittarius Rapp is a remix of Timothy McNealy’s Sagittarius Black from the album Texas Funk: 1968-1975. It’s quite possible Edan sets some sort of record here for how many times he can say “sex” in one song. (He likes it and does it a lot.)

I’ve become familiar with Edan only in the past year or so by picking up his great Beauty and the Beat, on which Sagittarius Rapp, with its loose rhymes and trippy production, wouldn’t sound out of place.

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