Courtesy of producer Jeedo under the alias Church Boy Lou, this 4-track Weep EPis steeped in the evolution of slave spirituals into gospel music. It is songs from the field meeting the trinity of Chicago house, Detroit electro-tech and disco. The voice of producer Paul Randolph accompanies the wails and moans from Southern plantation laborers on “Alright!” and the companion “Paul-a-pella.” The title track "Weep" is seven and a half minutes of haunting vocal chops and raw four-on-the-floor drums.
The Weep EP cover is an abstract design designed and printed by Jeedo of a young, African-American slave child in bondage. Only 50 hand-silkscreened limited prints on with colored vinyl will be available worldwide. Limit of 2 copies per customer. DTR06A
ORDERS SHIP ON RECORD STORE DAY 4.18.15. FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING.Production Details:
. Produced by Waajeed AKA Jeedo
. Additional keys by Jon Dixon and Tim K
. Mixed by Jeedo and Tenacity
. Features vocals by Paul Randolph
. *Alright! contains replay from "Going Back To My Roots"
DTR05A Vinyl Details:. 12 X 14.5 Original hand silkscreened print.
. 12-inch colored vinyl in a protected polyvinyl sleeve.
. Hand numbered and signed.
. Certificate of Authenticity.
. Only 50 copies available worldwide.
. Digital download card.