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Various - Jazz Dispensary: Cosmic Stash FLAC Performer: Various
Title: Jazz Dispensary: Cosmic Stash
Style: Jazz-Funk, Soul-Jazz, Funk, Psychedelic
Label: Fantasy, Jazz Dispensary
# Cat: FAN-37010-01
Released: 16 Apr 2016
Country: US
FLAC album: 1887 mb
MP3 album: 1826 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Jazz / Funk / Soul


1David AxelrodMucho Chubar
Producer – Julian “Cannonball” Adderley
2AzymuthDear Limmertz [12" Mix]
Producer – Joel B. Leibovitz, José Roberto Bertrami
3Pucho And The Latin Soul BrothersGot Myself A Good Man
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
4Billy HawksO' Baby (I Believe I'm Losing You)
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
5Gary Bartz NTU TroopCelestial Blues
Producer – Orrin Keepnews
6Jean-Jacques PerreyE.V.A.
Recorded By – Ed Friedner
7Flora PurimOpen Your Eyes You Can Fly
Producer – Orrin Keepnews
8The BlackbyrdsRock Creek Park
Producer – Donald Byrd
9Isaac HayesHung Up On My Baby
Producer – Isaac Hayes
10Lafayette Afro Rock BandHihache
Producer – Philippe Thomas
11Funk Inc.Kool Is Back [Edit]
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
12Johnny Hammond SmithCan't We Smile
Producer – Larry Mizell & Fonce Mizell
13Roy Lee Johnson & The VillagersPatch It Up
Producer – Jimmy Johnson
14Pleasure Bouncy Lady
Producer – Wayne Henderson
15Ronnie FosterMystic Brew
Producer – George Butler
16Charles KynardGreeze
Producer – Bob Shad
17 Disc 1 - Soul Diesel
18Eddie JeffersonPsychedelic Sally
Producer – Don SchlittenRecorded By – Richard Alderson
19Patrice RushenThe Hump
Producer – Patrice Rushen, Reggie Andrews, Tommy Vicari
20Paulinho Da CostaLove Till The End Of Time
Producer – Paulinho Da Costa
21Charles EarlandLeaving This Planet
Producer – Charles Earland
22Boogalo Joe JonesNo Way
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
23Rusty BryantFire Eater [7" Edit]
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
24The BlackbyrdsMysterious Vibes
Producer – Donald Byrd
25Bernard PurdieCold Sweat
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
26 Disc 4 - Astral Travelin'
27The Pazant Brothers, The Beaufort ExpressA Gritty Nitty
Producer – Ed Bland
28Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic EchoesExpansions
Producer – Bob Thiele, Lonnie Liston Smith
29Sonny PhillipsSure 'Nuff, Sure 'Nuff
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
30 Disc 3 - OG Kush
31Johnny LytleTawhid
Producer – Orrin Keepnews
32Gary BartzGentle Smiles (Saxy)
Producer – Larry Mizell & Fonce Mizell
33Ernie HinesOur Generation3:13
34The Round Robin MonopolyLife Is Funky
Producer – Randall Stewart, Willie Hall
35Pharoah SandersAstral Traveling
Producer – Bill Szymczyk, Ed Michel
36Bayeté Free Angel (Thoughts...And All I've Got To Say)
Producer – Ernie Hines, Jo Bridges, Lester Snell
37 Disc 2 - Purple Funk
38Jack DeJohnetteEpilog
Producer – Jack DeJohnette


  • Art DirectionCarrie Smith , Ryan Wilson
  • Compilation ProducerRyan Wilson
  • DesignCarrie Smith
  • Executive-ProducerSig Sigworth
  • Mastered ByPaul Blakemore
  • Research [Editorial]Ryan Jebavy
  • Research [Licensing]Maureen Bacon
  • Research [Project Assistance]Chris Clough
  • Research [Tape]Chris Clough


2016 Record Store Day 'first time' release. Remained available to indie stores for 1 year following its release.

Featuring some of the most iconic and hard-to-find drum breaks, legendary samples, and a who’s who of players and producers including: Bernard Purdie, Isaac Hayes, David Axelrod, the Lafayette Afro Rock Band, the Blackbyrds, Pharoah Sanders, and more. Comprised of four distinct musical strains pressed on translucent-colored vinyl—“Soul Diesel,” “Purple Funk,” “OG Kush,” and “Astral Travelin’”—there’s a trip for every mood. Housed in a special four way fold-out box, each LP comes in its own unique jacket, combining texture and visuals for a truly extrasensory experience.


  • Barcode: 888072370104


Comments: (14)
Pro: Over 160 minutes of choice cuts. Loved the music selection, and I have a pretty large collection. Con: The 4 different-colored vinyl pressings were NOT equal in quality. "Purple Funk" pressing was a disgrace, with audible crackles at loudest spots. "OG Kush" was also a poor press, with a visible, tight warp and a two-beat scuff heard not just during dead space, but at low-level moments as well.Neutral: Even though each side is 18-20 minutes apiece, why were the tracks so compressed? Easily a half inch of wasted space before common run-out area would begin. This compressing made sure the pressing wasn't deep to fully take advantage of the bass work going on.Disc 1 and 4 however were pressed fine and sounded great. If only this had come with a download to enjoy the music on the go, unmarred by the poor pressing quality of two of the records.Nice, but kind of over-the-top packaging. Would be a good deal for less money, for sure.
Only thing-sounds digitally sourced to my ears. Thin, and a bit antiseptic, but who knows. Nice package, we sold out of them quickly, glad I hung on to one.
I'd have to imagine it would be....how hard would it be to put this together from all analogue sources, with the various artists, etc? One of those deals where the value as a whole is worth the fact that sourcing is 99.99999999% certain to be digital.
For anyone still looking for this it appears to be available from King's Road. They appear to ship worldwide. http://kingsroadmerch.com/jazz-dispensary/view/?id=9339&cid=2481
This might be the best thing I picked up on RSD. Any idea how many were pressed?
Agreed. I was fortunate in that no one at my local record store even looked at this set. I took my time deciding whether I wanted to drop the cash on it. I'm glad I did.
I ended up getting it, built a Spotify playlist, it arrives tomorrow!
beercanchicken I was/am so intrigued but it was too pricey for the gamble. I wish I could hear some of it somewhere. I TOTALLY get that, in fact, it was on my list as a MAYBE, but when I got to my local store, they had one, and I figured, screw it, how bad can this possibly be given the artists listed. Im glad I could afford to take the gamble, its very very good, but it was certainly pricey.
How do you know that? Proof or a website?
It was a RSD first thing, not an exclusive. They'll be selling it at indie stores through the rest of 2016.
The first run listing was a mistake - this is a RSD Exclusive title.
I believe "First Run" means 1200 special RSD were pressed so its special but more will be coming later so not THAT special...Good to know it's good, I want to get it.
I was/am so intrigued but it was too pricey for the gamble. I wish I could hear some of it somewhere.
I agree, this release is solid! RSD website says 1200 were pressed, but it's under first run stuff so I'm not sure if that means that 1200 initially were pressed or 1200 total.