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Author: Brewerytown Beats

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For the guys at Brewerytown Beats, unearthing lost and forgotten records from the great eras of soul and jazz isn’t just a hobby — it’s a calling. And finding out the stories behind them is where crate-digging meets detective work.
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The Thompsons (Part 6)

The Thompsons (Part 6)

2020-01-1017:35

We listen to the B-Side of ‘I’ll Get Over It'. The Thompson Brothers, as well as the producers of the album, Eric and Tyrone, give us their reactions and some background on each track.
The Thompsons (Part 5)

The Thompsons (Part 5)

2020-01-0311:13

We listen to the A-Side of 'I'll Get Over It' by The Thompsons. We get the immediate reactions from the Thompson Brothers and the producers, Eric and Tyrone. We also get insight on how the songs were written and recorded.
The Thompsons (Part 4)

The Thompsons (Part 4)

2019-12-2722:53

We continuing talking to Eric and Tyrone, the producers of 'I'll Get Over It' by The Thompsons. We find out how the album got made and how the industry was so much different than how it is today.
The Thompsons (Part 3)

The Thompsons (Part 3)

2019-12-2017:57

By the end of the last episode, The Thompsons had been finding local success. With that success, they hired a manager and a producer. Eric Ward and Tyrone Broxton are credited on the album, ‘I’ll Get Over It’, as producers. This episode, we are going to talk to Eric and Tyrone, and hear their side of the story.
The Thompsons (Part 2)

The Thompsons (Part 2)

2019-12-1316:00

This is part 2 of a 6 part series. In the first episode, we introduced the band and they gave us some background on their origins. If you haven’t heard it yet, go back and take a listen. This episode, we talk to the Thompson Brothers about making it big, and adding another member, and brother, to the group.
The Thompsons (Part 1)

The Thompsons (Part 1)

2019-12-0516:10

Brewerytown Beats proudly presents a soul LP born in their backyard, the highly sought after 1975 release “I'll Get Over It” by North Philly's own, The Thompsons. The group's childhood home is mere blocks from the brick and mortar record store located on Girard Ave. It's not uncommon to spend an afternoon in the shop and encounter someone who either grew up with a Thompson, got schooled on a basketball court by one of the brothers at the 26th and Master recreation center, or had the pleasure of hearing them sing at a Vaux Jr High School talent show or The Big Dollar bar and music venue. Our first episode dives in head first in to the Thompson's world starting way back in the late 1960's, join us in exploring this unknown Philly soul masterpiece as we hear it directly from the people involved in making the record.
Join Nick, Beau & Max from Brewerytown Beats discuss what Boogie music is, what to look for in collecting boogie and modern soul, and as always some known and unknown local Philly tunes! Dig in!!
The Brewerytown Beats crew dive deep into one of our favorite Philly labels: Dogtown Records - We chronologically piece together the history of the 7 artists associated with the label, through their music, stories, and memories. Come listen along with us as we connect the dots of one of Philadelphia's greatest musical treasures, Philadelphia Jazz Music from the early 1970's.
Nick & Max from Brewerytown Beats head over the pond to push the new Sounds Of Liberation record, while Beau holds down the fort he in Philly for Vinyl Tap and the WaxPaper Pop-Up show
Talking shop, Beau, Nick & Max talk about life in Brewerytown Beats - collections, customers, and dope records that come through the doors!
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