Eugene Mcdaniels - Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] | RECORD STORE DAY

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Limited purple vinyl LP pressing. The Nixon administration tanked the album, Questlove called him a genius, Prince put his music on his Paisley Park party playlist, Aloe Blacc compared him to Gil-Scott Heron and Marvin Gaye, but, as he said, 'the lyrics are 10 times more potent', Beastie Boys, A Tribe Called Quest, Pete Rock, Gravediggaz, Busta Rhymes and de la Soul, among others, sampled tracks from this album, yet most people have never heard of this psychedelic soul jazz underground cult classic or of Eugene McDaniels himself. Now, 50 years after it's release, Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse makes a timely and triumphant return in a special anniversary edition curated by Eugene's widow, Karen McDaniels. Inside the newly-created gatefold jacket are artwork from Eugene's private collection and unseen writings, while a 4-page insert features handwritten lyrics, the original lyric sheet, quotes from such admirers as Vernon Reid, Adrian Younge, Chicano Batman, and Alphonse Mouzon (who played on the record along with his Weather Report band-mate Miroslav Vitous), the original lyric sheet, and new liner notes by Mark Anthony Neal, Professor of African and African American Studies, Duke University, Author, and host of Left of Black podcast.