Repress intymnego soulu z Miami z 1977, którego oryginalne kopie spłonęły w magazynie T.K. Subtelny funkowy posmak, jak w „Let's Take a Break”, ale i hammondowej desperacji w „Leave Me Alone”.
Released during the late 1970’s Disco era, Milton Wright’s sophomore long player has always stood out as a singular, innovative example of the deepest, rarest grooves known to underground Soul lovers all over the globe. This often overlooked body of work has found a whole new audience who revisited the man’s work retrospectively, pushing the LP into the domain of “holy grail” status amongst Black music lovers and Funk fanatics. “Spaced” has been at the top of the wants lists of serious music lovers for decades, often unattainable and commanding stellar collectors prices on-line, sometimes fetching amounts of upwards of £400. This unique LP could be perceived as being Wright’s most personal work, tragically overshadowed by the burgeoning successes of his then label mates on Miami’s Alston Records imprint. The sheer craftsmanship and songwriting prowess on show is undeniable, as is the top level musicianship and production, sounding ridiculously fresh almost some 40 years later. Above Board distribution has collaborated with Alston / TK Records to ensure the quality of this fully legitimate repress of this long lost Soul / Funk classic has been maintained. Remastered, reissued and represented with the full cooperation of the license holders for 2016. Do not pass up the chance to own a true gem, a pivotal, lost LP like “Spaced", now made available again to be enjoyed by all. “Magic Music".