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Nisyan (7")
Cat: GR 1240. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. Nisyan (4:18)
  2. La-Ya-Hob (3:28)
Review: In 1977, Libyan musician Ahmed Fakroun flew to Milan to record some new material. The results were showcased on a pair of 7" singles, the most sought-after of which is being given the reissue treatment by Italy's Groovin label. The real winner here is "Nisyan", an Arabic interpretation of blue-eyed soul that fixes a baggy, sun-kissed sensibility, ear-catching Moog solos and a killer groove. "La Ya-Hob" is, if anything, even baggier and dreamier, with Fakroun delivering touchy-feely vocals over exotic, Middle Eastern synthesizer lines and a rolling, soft touch jazz-funk groove. Both cuts are equally breezy and jaunty, lingering in the memory for hours after each rotation.
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Cat: GR 1252. Rel: 28 May 19
  1. Auidny (3:39)
  2. Njoo El Leyl (4:07)
Review: Earlier in the year, Italian reissue specialists offered up a tidy reissue of Ahmed Fakrun's "Nisyan", a sought-after chunk of Arabic blue-eyed soul that originally appeared as a seven-inch single in 1977. Here they offer up a new edition of its predecessor, which the Lebanese musician recording during the same recording sessions in Milan. With its flanged guitars, lolloping reggae-funk swing, spacey synths and warm bass, "Auidny" is particularly inspired, though the West Coast AOR-influenced warmth of flipside "Njoo El Leyl" is arguably equally as addictive. Both are superb, though, so it's great that Groovin' has slung them out again.
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 in stock $15.79
  1. Let's Not Start A Fight (Let's Get Down Tonight) (4:40)
  2. Do Me Like That (4:37)
Review: Star Creature continues to thrill and inspire with each successive seven-inch single. The label's latest comes from debutants Family of Geniuses, a seven-piece boogie band from Chicago who back heritage influences with brilliant new songs. You'll find a perfect example on the A-side, where "Let's Not Start a Fight" - a sweet, perfectly-pitched boogie club cut that sounds to us like Escort making original electrofunk - sparkles from start to finish. Over on the flipside they doff a cap to the label's roots, offering up a brilliant cover of E Live's "Do Me Like That", the 2015 bomb that helped put Star Creature on the map.
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 in stock $10.87
  1. Family Tree (2:55)
  2. Family Tree (OST Super Disco Break Beat) (3:08)
Review: Way back in 1999, Acid Jazz Records launched an offshoot dedicated to disco edits: Original Sound Track Recordings. The best of the series' many superb reworks were later gathered together on a compilation album on EMI that now changes hands for significant sums online. Happily, they've decided to reissue some of their early releases, beginning with this 7" of Family Tree featuring Sharon Brown's "Family Tree". You'll find the peerless original - a breakbeat-driven chunk of lolloping funk brilliance - on Side A, with the label's 2002 "Super Disco Break Beat" version on the flip. Inspired by hip-hop DJs doubling up the track's brilliant drum breaks, it's a killer percussion workout with a few quick blasts of funk energy and carefully placed special effects (think flanged drums, reversed sections and so on).
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Cat: FMG 143. Rel: 27 Jun 19
  1. It's Your Rock (vocal edit) (4:16)
  2. It's Your Rock (UB 7" dub edit) (4:12)
 in stock $12.68
Afrotheme (7" limited to 350 copies)
Cat: FLIES 4510. Rel: 23 May 19
  1. Afrotheme (3:16)
  2. Percussion Blues (2:38)
 in stock $14.76
Cat: RSRLTD 003. Rel: 27 Feb 19
  1. Pray Again (4:31)
  2. Give Your Best To The Master (4:53)
Review: Shirley Finney's 1979 debut album "Pray Again" has recently become something of a sought-after set amongst collectors of disco-era gospel soul. Original copies of the LP are expensive and hard to come by, so Rain & Shine has decided to stick two of the set's most admired tracks on one 7-inch single. "Pray Again" is rather wonderful, with Finney delivering a strong, heartfelt vocal above a backing track rich in sustained organ chords, jangling pianos and clipped guitars. "Give Your Best To The Master", meanwhile, is a more up-tempo and stomping gospel-disco affair that benefits greatly from some stellar choral backing vocals. It sounds like the sort of thing that Tony Humphries may have championed at Zanzibar in New Jersey back in the day.
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Cat: NF 11. Rel: 25 Jan 19
  1. Format 440 & Puppy Smooth - "I Got The Bug" (4:14)
  2. Format 440 - "Step 2 This" (3:48)
 in stock $12.17
Shake It Loose (7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: EVERLAND 45001. Rel: 23 Nov 17
  1. Shake It Loose (3:28)
  2. Shake It Loose (Panepento mix) (3:39)
 in stock $11.13
Hudson's Whistle (red/green marbled vinyl 7")
Cat: VAN 284. Rel: 23 Feb 15
  1. Hudson's Whistle
  2. French Cousins (Maps remix)
 in stock $6.99
Cat: NFE 01. Rel: 22 Feb 18
  1. Feel Your Soul (4:39)
  2. Loving You (4:40)
Review: Night Shift Records owner Javi Frias is, like many in the nu-disco scene, something of a label-hopper. Previously, he's served up re-edits for the likes of Midnight Riot, Giant Cuts and Street Edits; here, he brings his scalpel magic to nascent imprint Neon Finger. A-side "Feel Your Soul" is a bouncy and attractive affair, with Frias beefing up and teasing out a classic disco-funk groove before unleashing rousing horn lines, swirling strings and celebratory vocal passages. Flip for "Loving You", a more gentle and groovy, saucer-eyed rework that swings impressively, despite the presence of solid new house percussion beneath the original beats.
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Cat: AOTN 42. Rel: 26 Jan 17
  1. What You Gonna Do (3:47)
  2. Life Is A Challenge (4:20)
Review: One of 2016's finest funk stories was, without question, when AOTN suddenly dropped this incredible unreleased album by criminally slept-on Jacksonville troupe Fruit. A stunning piece of work, even by Fryer's standards it was a coup-de-grace. Now two of the album's finest, funkiest, sweatiest jams are available on limited 45. Instant floor burners, just like the rest of the album, before the tracks are over you'll feel you and your floor have known them forever.
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