The second studio album from the Aussie band will be finally back available on vinyl on a classy limited edition clear LP on March 12th.
“Take From Me” was originally released in 2012 and once again features the sizzling, smoky vocals of Miss Roxie Ray. This much anticipated follow-up to their 2009 debut on Record Kicks, has rapidly became a “classic” in the deep funk and soul scene with millions of streamings on the digital platforms. The originally LP has never been repressed and the few available copies change hands for crazy money on Discogs.
This is the album where all of Dojo Cuts’ experience and hard work reaches its deeply soulful zenith, with tracks such as in “Easy to come home”, “Sometimes it hurts” and title track “Take From Me”. With the liner notes written by dj and collector Russ Dewbury (Jazz Rooms) and the support of the entire Daptone Records family aka Gabriel Roth, Neal Sugarman and Homer Steinwess, this is a must have for all the funk & soul lovers. Watch out the repress is limited to 500 copies worldwide.