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Rick Holmes: Remember to Remember The Unknowledgeable One From 12″ (Gold Mink, 1981) Picked this up at Record Jungle the other week: a really strange 12″ produced by Roy Ayers, featuring L.A. radio DJ Rick Holmes. Some of you might already be familiar with Holmes since his voice graces the Cannonball Adderley Love, Sex, and the Zodiac album but I didn’t realize he went onto record something with... Source: soul-sides.com

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