Thesda – Spaced Out


Format – LP Album
Label – Left Ear Records
Genre – Fusion, Jazz,Funk


A1 – From the Past
A2 – Head Trip
A3 – Bongo Lumbo
A4 – Spaced Out
B1 – Toe Trapper
B2 – Holding Back

The name Thesda will make certain record collectors’ ears prick up from a distance of over 3 miles, as their Spaced Out LP was only released in an edition of 100 copies back in 1979. It contains an unusual blend of disco, funk, soul and jazz, all with a spacey / druggy vibe. Now reissued at last by Left Ear Records.


The Left Ear label hit that sweet spot once more, diving into the archive and coming back for air brandishing a veritable slab of private press jazz funk history! Originally pressed in 1979 in a run of 100 copies, Thesda was the brainchild of Thomas Crawford and Eugene C. Hagburg, backed ably by a handful of like-minded musicians, and existed for brief moment of sublime expression, captured in its entirety on this gorgeous LP. “Spaced Out” takes us on a cosmic journey through jazz funk, soul and disco into that far out dimension of groovesome psychedelia, inhabited by the likes of Mandre and Dexter Wansel. Fully licenced and reissued for the very first time, this Left Ear pressing is your best chance to own this forgotten piece of jazz-funk history without having to remortgage the house.

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Weight 0.28 kg


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