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When Andre Gibson arrived at Numero HQ with a wheelbarrow full of multi-track tapes in the Summer of 2013, we had no idea what kind of project would materialize. We are pleased to announce that the Universal Togetherness Band’s debut deferred is finally available for widespread consumption. No more lobbying for test pressings, or grappling hooking into our warehouse. You can just buy it. Additionally, this LP is only $15! Can you imagine what this would have cost, had it been privately pressed in the early ’80s? What an original 45 of “Saturday Night” might run you? Masterfully mixed by Sean Marquand, these uncirculated sessions from 1978-1982 capture some of the most imaginative dance music we’ve had the chance to uncover. It is an honor and a delight to be unleashing Universal Togetherness Band into the marketplace to be embraced by a community of new and enthusiastic fans. If you want the full meal deal, purchase Universal Togetherness Band, the 45, and preorder Ultra-High Frequencies: The Chicago Party, which contains the similarly unreleased “Pull Up.” Chances are, you haven’t heard the last of the Universal Togetherness Band.
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