100% Compra Segura

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

100% Compra Segura

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.Visit Juno DJ

Inicio  Listas de éxitos de DJ  Juno_Recommends_Soul  

Juno Recommends Soul May 2020

Juno Recommends Soul

Juno Recommends Soul

Juno Recommends Soul May 2020
Read more...
1
Cat: 848792. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Main Theme From Trouble Man (alternate take with Strings) (2:37)
  2. T Plays It Cool (Unedited) (6:37)
  3. Poor Abbey Walsh (part 2 - take 1) (2:02)
  4. Trouble Man (extended version) (4:10)
  5. Theme From Trouble Man (vocal version) (2:03)
  6. Main Theme From Trouble Man (vocal version) (4:18)
  7. T Stands For Trouble (Unedited vocal version) (5:16)
  8. T Stands For Trouble (alternate version) (6:02)
  9. Trouble Man (vocal version) (4:12)
 in stock $20.35
2
  1. BADBADNOTGOOD - "Key To Love (Is Understanding)" (feat Jonah Yano) (5:53)
  2. The Majestics - "Key To Love" (3:53)
 in stock $12.75
3
Cat: CAT 2010. Rel: 30 Apr 20
Soul
  1. The Way We Live (3:39)
  2. This Thing Called Music (3:54)
Review: When copies of Raw Soul Express's The Way We Live crop up online, they regular fetch eye-watering sums of money. Originally released back in 1977 on T.K Records' soul/funk offshoot Cat, it remains the greatest single work by the short-lived Miami band. "The Way We Live" is a superb example of sun-kissed, feel good, conscious disco/soul/funk fusion, built around a killer, horn-toting groove and emotion-rich vocal. The jazzy, low-slung flipside "This Thing Called Music" is less in demand, but almost as good. As a result, this is a surprise reissue that all funk, soul and disco diggers should crave.
...Read more
 in stock $7.59
4
Cat: DAP 1131. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Brother Or Other (3:18)
  2. Never (3:59)
Review: As you'd expect, the latest single from Daptone stalwarts and high-grade rhythm & blues/early soul revivalists James Hunter Six is something of a doozy. The British band are in fine form on "Brother Or Other", a mid-tempo, turn-of-the-1960s style soul workout in which the soulful lead vocal and group harmony backing vocals rise above hazy horns and a laidback (but still impactful) groove. B-side "Never" is a smooch-tastic slow jam of the kind that's used to set hearts-a-fluttering at the end of dance sessions circa 1960. We prefer the more up-beat A-side, but as with the rest of the band's output it's perfectly pitched, performed and produced.
...Read more
 in stock $9.49
5
Cat: ICE 016. Rel: 27 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Change/Love (4:03)
  2. In & Out Of Love (4:18)
  3. It's All Over (3:32)
  4. R U Available (4:09)
  5. The Way Love Is (4:35)
  6. Waiting 4 Your Love (4:27)
Review: Between 1988 and '91, Earl Myers and Toyin Agbetu released a string of fine singles and albums as Soul Connection on the latter's Intrigue Records imprint. While under-appreciated in comparison to some other acts of the period, the pair released some of the finest street soul to come out of the UK in the period. This essential compilation from Invisible City Editions gathers together some of their finest moments, adding an insert with detailed liner notes that tells their story in full. Highlights are plentiful, from the bustling, breakbeat-driven dancefloor goodness of "Change/Love" and the bubby, Loose Ends/Maze influenced electro-soul of "It's All Over", to the soulful deep house richness of "The Way Love Is" and super-sweet "R U Available".
...Read more
out of stock $26.58
6
  1. Ice - "Reality" (3:35)
  2. Cloudburst - "I'm Loving You" (3:38)
  3. Popsicles - "These Are The Good Times" (4:23)
  4. Bileo - "You Can Win" (3:28)
  5. Mahana - "She Really Needs Love" (3:15)
  6. Jerry Blackshear - "Defected" (3:29)
  7. Mr Wigg & Co - "Lot Of Living To Do" (4:32)
  8. Benita - "Time For A Change" (3:25)
  9. Darrell Johnson - "Days Gone Past" (4:12)
  10. Bordeaux - "Paradise's Love" (3:24)
  11. Split Decision Band - "Watchin' Out" (3:15)
  12. Sequence - "Disco Thing" (3:00)
  13. Strivers Show Band - "Love Episode" (3:29)
  14. Love Company - "Love Tempo" (3:36)
  15. Gratitude - "We Are Here To Party" (7" version) (3:46)
  16. Jax Transit Authority - "Life Is A Miracle" (4:56)
Review: Many of the finest independent disco 45s that Athens of the North has reissued were licensed by crate digger David Haffner, so it's fitting that AOTN boss Euan Fryer has given him a compilation of his own. "Disco With A Feeling" contains some of those picks, alongside other obscure favourites from Haffner's sizable record collection. It's absolute fire from start to finish, with the little known private press and small-run cuts tending towards the more soulful and jazz-funk influenced end of the disco spectrum. Basically, it's a must-have for anyone who gravitates towards the rare end of the disco spectrum.
...Read more
 in stock $23.33
7
  1. Cash Money - "Seeking" (3:56)
  2. Ricky Womack & The New Age Christian Ensemble - "New Day New Time" (4:40)
Review: If you have even the smallest interest in the worlds of gospel soul and gospel disco, there's a fair chance you've already picked up at least one volume in Tone B. Nimble's ongoing series of split 7" singles, "Soul Is My Salvation". If not, we'd recommend checking out this fourth volume. The A-side sports a superb slab of what sounds like late 1970s, disco-era jazz-funk/gospel soul fusion from obscure Michigan band Cash Money, which was previously featured on the B-side of an extremely rare, private press single. Arguably even better is B-side "New Day New Time", a 1990 chunk of synthesizer and slap-bass heavy gospel soul genius plucked from Ricky Womack and the New Age Christian Ensemble's similarly rare album "Something Within".
...Read more
 in stock $10.84
8
Cat: TR 274. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Black Velvet Soul (part 1) (2:46)
  2. Black Velvet Soul (part 2) (2:31)
 in stock $8.14
9
Cat: STRUT 220LP. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Never Gonna Give You Up (6:47)
  2. Don't Blame Me (6:25)
  3. Look Up! (3:44)
  4. I Need Your Love (4:32)
  5. Time Will Tell (5:06)
  6. The Dream (4:45)
  7. The Funk Won't Let You Down (7:34)
  8. This Is All I Really Know (4:43)
Review: Strut continues to mine the back catalogue of disco and boogie-era soul star Patrice Rushen with a much-needed reissue of her 1980 set "Posh". Produced by Rushen alongside Charles Mims Jr, the set not only contains a string of fine club cuts - think "Never Gonna Give You Up", the bustling and joyous "Look Up" (an extended version of which is tagged on to the end of the CD as a great bonus) and "The Funk Won't Let You Down") - but also boasts some of the most exciting and interesting arrangements in the legendary disco diva's discography. It's musically vibrant, too, with the assembled players delivering killer grooves (slap-bass abounds), punchy horns, seductive orchestration and heaps of rush-inducing solos.
...Read more
 in stock $19.80
10
Cat: ZP 41. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Key To My Heart (The Tom Moulton mix) (4:19)
  2. Soft Words (4:22)
Review: First featured on Marc Staggers' 2011 album of the same name, "Key To My Heart" is a sumptuous R&B/modern soul slow jam that's as sweet, loved-up and huggable as they come. Here it gets a second life as disco remix legend Tom Moulton gives his twist on the track. His version is arguably even more polished and seductive, adding layers of luscious instrumentation while keeping Staggers' vocal centre stage. Over on side B you'll find the previously unreleased "Soft Words", another slick slow jam full of layered vocals, drowsy grooves and slinky saxophone solos.
...Read more
 in stock $13.01
11
Cat: ZP 42. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. The Art Of Love (part 1) (4:25)
  2. The Art Of Love (part 2) (3:20)
out of stock $13.01
12
Sorry If I Hurt You (1 per customer)
Cat: KIM 005. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Sorry If I Hurt You (2:57)
  2. Nothing Ever Changes (4:37)
Review: Kimberlite's latest release is not a reissue, but rather a fresh two-track missive from Aladean Kheroufi, an Algeria-born Canadian musician with a trademark sound all of his own. A-side "Sorry If I Hurt You" is a wonderfully warm and fuzzy affair - musically at least - with the artist singing of guilt, victimhood and failed relationships over a retro-futurist soul backing track rich in distorted guitar riffs, weighty bass, chiming melodies, semi-stomping beats and hazy electric piano. He heads into deeper, slower territory on flipside "Nothing Ever Changes", a delightfully melancholy affair in which his world-weary vocals and hazy horns gently rise above a relaxed but groovy backing track. Like the A-side, it boasts authentically old school soul production.
...Read more
 in stock $14.65
13
Cat: STRUT 220CD. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Never Gonna Give You Up
  2. Don't Blame Me
  3. Look Up!
  4. I Need Your Love
  5. Time Will Tell
  6. The Dream
  7. The Funk Won't Let You Down
  8. This Is All I Really Know
  9. Look Up! (extended version)
Review: Strut continues to mine the back catalogue of disco and boogie-era soul star Patrice Rushen with a much-needed reissue of her 1980 set "Posh". Produced by Rushen alongside Charles Mims Jr, the set not only contains a string of fine club cuts - think "Never Gonna Give You Up", the bustling and joyous "Look Up" (an extended version of which is tagged on to the end of the CD as a great bonus) and "The Funk Won't Let You Down") - but also boasts some of the most exciting and interesting arrangements in the legendary disco diva's discography. It's musically vibrant, too, with the assembled players delivering killer grooves (slap-bass abounds), punchy horns, seductive orchestration and heaps of rush-inducing solos.
...Read more
 in stock $11.67
14
Cat: JAL 321CD. Rel: 20 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Boom! (feat John Turrell)
  2. Pressure Cooker
  3. A Matter Of Time (feat Izo FitzRoy)
  4. How Beautiful
  5. Canvas Cathedral (feat Ben Castle)
  6. With Love (feat Stephanie Whitelock)
  7. Slim's Mood
  8. Hey!
  9. A Little Blahzay (feat Izo FitzRoy)
  10. Steppin' In
  11. Laid Bare (feat Stephanie Whitelock)
  12. Longshore Drift
 in stock $9.22
15
Cat: OSV 202. Rel: 06 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Roy Hamilton - "Earthquake" (2:37)
  2. H B Barnum - "It Hurts Too Much To Cry" (2:16)
 in stock $11.93
16
Cat: LEGO 195VL. Rel: 04 May 20
Soul
  1. Midnight Driver (3:39)
  2. Indigo Night (3:11)
  3. King Of Clowns (4:08)
  4. I'm Still Winning (3:51)
  5. Sunshine Makes Me (4:23)
  6. Harmony (2:56)
  7. London Road (3:27)
  8. Reunion Island (4:02)
  9. Don't Give Up On Me (4:21)
  10. Game Of Spies (4:09)
 in stock $14.92
17
VARIOUS
Cat: LPBEAT 156. Rel: 13 Apr 20
Soul
  1. White Feather - "Freedom Train" (3:57)
  2. Cornucopia - "Just One Time" (6:03)
  3. Morning Reign - "Reach Out I'll Be There" (3:00)
  4. Crystal Teardrop - "Findin' My Own Kind Of Song" (1:57)
  5. Crystal Teardrop - "I Can't Understand" (2:14)
  6. Prince Charles & The Crusaders - "Mr Love" (2:18)
  7. DART - "Don't Cry No More" (3:13)
  8. Crystal Teardrop - "Dorchester Summer" (1:50)
  9. White Feather - "Any Day Now" (5:37)
  10. The Baldwin Brothers - "It's Alright" (2:36)
  11. DART - "Lead Me On" (2:54)
Review: Soul isn't necessarily the first sound you think of when you hear the words Pacific Northwest, but this comp looks to re-write that association. It packs a real punch across eleven rare and unissued Pacific Northwest floor fillers, all originally put out on Oregon's Garland Records. Hip shakes and deep move makers abound with the psyched out leads of Cornucopia's "Just One Time" providing an early highlight, while Crystal Teardrop's "I Can't Understand" slows down to a reggae tempo and eventually rebuilds with some raw soul swagger. It makes for an eye-opening selection of real soul treasures.
...Read more
 in stock $25.49
18
Cat: SG 068. Rel: 20 Apr 20
Soul
  1. Thank You (4:37)
  2. Week-End (4:32)
Review: For well over a decade Japanese combo Q.A.S.B has been serving up slices of soulful goodness that variously join the dots between James Brown, Kool & The Gang, Sly and the Family Stone and slower, more thoughtful moments. Here they return to regular home Soul Garden with their first single of 2020. A-side "Thank You" is suitably and summery, with sweet female vocals, glistening guitar riffs, sustained organ chords, hazy horns and simmering strings rising above a skittish, jazz-fired groove. The party intensifies on flipside "Week-End", a Japanese language vocal number that makes the most of a more disco-centric, jazz-funk style soul backing track.
...Read more
out of stock $18.43
View all DJ charts
Juno Records