Ebony Rhythm Band Soul Heart Transplant: The Lamp Sessions on 2LP
One of the first previously-unreleased funk and soul albums issued by Now-Again, way back in 2004. The Ebony Rhythm Band eventually became the rather well known ensemble Ebony Rhythm Funk Campaign. But back in late-60s Indianapolis, however, they produced a series of sessions with Herb Miller for his Lamp records imprint, two of which saw release as an incredible psychedelic funk single – "Soul Heart Transplant" b/w "Drugs Ain't Cool." These sessions – which comprise a series of instrumental recordings that the band did for themselves and also for the soul bands on the Lamp label, sat on master tapes in the legendary Naptown studio run by Les Ohmit until Egon and Miller dug them up in 2000. Gatefold 2LP with liner notes contained on sleeve.