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Ubiquity Records (Record label)
Ubiquity Records is a San Francisco-based record label, founded in 1983 by Michael and Jody McFadin and specialized in funk, soul and hip hop music.
Ubiquity Records in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 22.06.2012
In Your Brain
Records like »In Your Brain« happen when people blank out the last 30 years of music history and just carry on at the very time when psychedelic-funk turned into disco.
Music − Review | posted 03.05.2011
Adrian Quesada, master mind behind Grupo Fantsama, Ocote Soul Sounds and Brownput, has yet again landed a major hit with his new project The Echocentrics.
Music − Column | posted 19.04.2021
Gil Scott-Heron – Pieces Of A Man (1971)
He was called the “Godfather of Hip Hop” because he wrote about drugs, racism and the Divided States of America. Gil Scott-Heron’s most successful album is now 50 years old – and more timely than ever.
Music − Review | posted 31.03.2021
A highly informative odyssey into techno history: »Green Trax« collects gems by British producer Steve O’Sullivan.
Music − Review | posted 08.04.2021
The Art Of The Acoustic String Guitar 6 & 12
Robbie Basho is considered a pioneer of the steel guitar. Now the great »The Art Of The Acoustic String Guitar 6 & 12« from 1976 has been reissued.
Music − Review | posted 04.04.2021
Hope Is The Sister Of Despair
First released in 2013, »Hope Is The Sister Of Despair« by Niko Tzoukmanis has now been reissued in an slightly expanded version on Libreville.
Music − News | posted 08.03.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Mosaic Of The Orient«
The great Lebanese songwriter Elias Rahbani passed away in January. His album »Mosaic Of The Orient« is now being reissued. Exclusively from us it is available in a limited Red Vinyl Edition.