Track List

Boss City

Burning Spear

Take Five

Super Bad

Keep Doing It

Thunder Soul

Do You Dig It, Man?


Do Your Thing **

Scorpio **

Thank You **

Al’s Tune

All Praises



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Zero Point – Parts 1 & 2 (45 Version) *

Getting It Out of My System


Do You Dig It, Man?

Thank You

Ain’t No Sunshine

Do You Dig It, Man?

All Praises

Thank You (45 Version)

Zero Point (LP Version)

Do Your Thing (Instrumental)

Getting It Out of My System *

Kashmere Stage Band - Texas Thunder Soul 1968-1974 (3xLP) (Album + Bonus LP + Booklet + DVD)
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Record Label: Now Again

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 Now-Again Records announces an expanded deluxe edition of its Texas Thunder Soul 1968- 1974 anthology, to be released in conjunction with the Jamie Foxx-produced, award-winning documentary Thunder Soul: The True Story of Conrad Johnson and the Kashmere Stage Band

After capturing audience awards festivals like SXSW and the Los Angeles Film Festival, the word is out that Kashmere was the greatest high school band - ever. Their story is tucked in between slabs of hard 70s funk, soul, and jazz: Conrad Johnson transformed a bunch of rough-hewn high schoolers into a band that could compete with any in the nation – professional, or otherwise. Forget high school bands, we're talking about sixteen year old kids who would give the JBs a run for their money!

The Kashmere Stage Band released a total of eight albums and three 45s on Johnson's Kram label. The band's best tracks are collected here – in an anthology now expanded into a 3LP/1DVD deluxe edition. Producer Eothen "Egon" Alapatt features an expanded booklet with updated liner notes and essays, more rare photos and ephemera, and a DVD which contains the B+/Flying Lotus produced Texas Jewels: The Making Of Texas Thunder Soul short, a recently unearthed 1973 documentary on the band, and a 1972 performance.

The DVD contains the shorts “Texas Jewels: The Making of Texas Thunder Soul,” by B+ and Flying Lotus, “Kashmere Stage Band on Jazz: Yesterday, Today, Forever,” and “Prof. and his Band: A Documentary by Charles Porter.”