Scion Audio / Visual Releases 12” Vinyl Featuring Bid Daddy Kane & More

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Scion A/V's latest vinyl installment comes from revivalist funk group Connie Price and The Keystones who revisit the classic Big Daddy Kane track for "Give a Demonstration" Part 2 - complete with new vocals from Big Daddy Kane himself and horn arrangements by Todd Simon. Check the B-side for "International Hustler."

Connie Price & The Keystones began as a recording project for Stones Throw's Now-Again label involving Dan Ubick (Breakestra, Madlib's Sound Directions) and Todd M. Simon (Macy Gray, Antibalas, El Michels Affair). Combining elements of soul, afrobeat, dub reggae, late '60's / early '70's film scores, and psychedelic rock & jazz into a soundtrack for the best film you've never seen.

Dan and Todd have worked with everyone from Big Daddy Kane, Quantic Soul Orchestra, Percee P and Madlib to DJ Greyboy, Aloe Blacc and Thievery Corporation. Connie Price & The Keystones are currently in the studio recording brand new material for a 2007 release on Ubiquity Records featuring a slew of talented MC's and instrumentalists.

The packaging of the vinyl features original artwork illustration by acclaimed Los Angeles artist; Kofie.

For more information about Scion A/V visit:
http://scion.com/culture/music or
http://scion.com/SAV

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