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Singles
Cat: FVR 106. Rel: 24 Nov 17
  1. Spies Are Watching Me (7:15)
  2. Le Disco Des Capitales (6:45)
Review: Sounds like it came out of Lagos in 1971, actually written and recorded in Lyon in 2015: Voilaaa is the brainchild of Bruno Hovart whose long relationship with Favorite goes way back to his days as Patchworks, Mr President and The Dynamics. Recording on a whole host of vintage machines and calling upon local African singers both cuts have a real authentic sense of realness; "Spies Are Watching Me" drives with big horns and swooning strings which isn't dissimilar to the work of The Movers, while the TY Boys-esque "Le Disco Des Capitales" is a heavier, more concentrated slab of floor-minded disco where the groove takes more of a forefront role. Apparently there's a whole album of this cooking... We can't wait to hear it.
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  1. On Te L'Avait Dit (Dimitri From Paris Super Disco Blend) (7:37)
  2. Spies Are Watching Me (Africaine 808 remix) (5:55)
  3. On Te L'Avait Dit (Dimitri From Paris Super Disco dub) (6:37)
Review: Last year, Patchworks man Bruno Havart indulged his long-held love of Afro-disco via a fine album under the Violaa alias. Here, Africaine 808 and Dimitri From Paris take it in turn to remix tracks from that set. The latter serves up two epic interpretations of album title track "On Te L'avait Dit". There's a full Disco Blend, in which he carefully teases out the track by layering up the original production before unleashing the catchy vocal, and a pleasingly percussive, groove-driven Dub. Interestingly, Africaine 808's mix of previous single "Spies Are Watching Me" sticks fairly close to the original, craftily emphasizing Havart's percussion, punchy horns and rich, Afro-disco bass.
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Álbumes
Cat: FVR 145LP. Rel: 22 Jan 19
  1. Arlana - "When You Call My Name" (3:24)
  2. Omega Sunrise - "Too Hip" (4:35)
  3. Jonathan Jr - "Hangin' On To You" (12" version) (5:33)
  4. Isabelle Mayereau - "Orange Bleue" (2:27)
  5. Oro - "Sasa" (3:42)
  6. Fernando Toussaint - "Recuerdos Del Abuelo" (3:04)
  7. Todd Mcclenathan - "High From Our Love" (5:08)
  8. Mario Acquaviva - "Notturno Italiano" (4:22)
  9. Special Occasion - "Flyin' To Santa Barbara" (12" version) (6:36)
  10. Parenthese - "Come Back" (4:03)
  11. Russ Long - "Never Was Love" (4:35)
  12. Pacific Dreams - "Mellow Out" (4:19)
  13. Miller Miller Miller & Sloan - "Key To My Heart" (2:39)
  14. Scott Cunningham - "Blues Take You Over" (3:31)
Review: On his fourth exploration of the world of global "Adult Oriented Rock", French crate-digger Charles Maurice focuses on the period between 1977 and '86. That means a greater emphasis on synthesizers, dusty drum machines and the kind of sparkling melodies that would once have drifted from daytime radio at an alarming rate. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the dewy-eyed synth-soul of Arlana's "When You Call My Name" and the breezy boogie of Omega Sunrise's "Too Hip", to the sparse Balearic bliss of Isabelle Mayereau's "Orange Bleue", the flute-laden easy listening hum of Fernando Toussaint, the sax-happy '80s sleaze of Special Occasion's brilliant "Flyin' To Santa Barbara" and the jaunty Latino jazz-funk of "Mellow Out" by Pacific Dreams.
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Cat: FVR 140LP. Rel: 15 Feb 18
  1. Maya - "Lait De Coco" (dub) (3:55)
  2. NST Cophies - "Segregation" (4:37)
  3. Paul Fathy - "Funky Baby Love" (4:12)
  4. Judy Carter - "Listen To The Music" (12" version) (5:57)
  5. Janet N'Diaye Lokamba - "Funky & Fire" (4:53)
  6. KKE - "Money" (4:03)
  7. Caramel - "L'amour Toujours L'amour" (12" version) (5:56)
  8. Yannick Chevalier - "Ecoute Le Son Du Soleil" (instrumental) (4:06)
  9. JEKYS - "Looking For You" (4:26)
  10. Silence - "Un Peu D'amour" (3:40)
  11. Wally & Shane - "Give Back My Song" (3:47)
  12. Zorgus - "Flash" (3:36)
  13. Joel Dayde - "Qu'est Ce Que Tu Fais Par Amour" (3:29)
Review: For those intrigued by the distinctively Gallic but authentically American-sounding world of French disco-boogie, Charles Maurice's ongoing compilation series should be essential listening. Here he serves up a third instalment that's every bit as good as its' acclaimed predecessors. Highlights naturally come thick and fast throughout, from the mid-80s dreaminess of Maya's undeniably Balearic "Lait De Coco (Dub)" and the Brenda Taylor-ish bounce of Judy Carter's brilliant "Listen to the Music", to the Leroy Burgess style piano stabs and Patrick Adams-ish disco production of Caramel's "L'Amour Toujours L'Amour". Oh, and the late night radio warmth of NST Cophies' "Segregation", a sweet, undulating workout that will no doubt find favour with Balearic selectors.
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  1. Jay Days - "Long Way Home" (4:28)
  2. Greg Yoder - "Things Were So Easy" (4:16)
  3. Renee Geyer Band - "Two Sides" (3:30)
  4. O Ji Ji - "The Shadow" (3:48)
  5. Robert Cotter - "Everything I'm Living For" (4:41)
  6. Carol Ray Band - "Quelques Mots Gentils" (4:58)
  7. Bobana Petrovica - "Prepad" (4:08)
  8. Byrne & Barnes - "Love You Out Of Your Mind" (3:17)
Review: Archivist, historian and dedicated crate digger Maurice continues his exploration of global AOR, a genre whose spotlight is usually hogged by successful US and UK acts. Focusing on the era's peak between 75-83 this second edition finds him striking gold in Australia (Renee Geyer Band's jazz-tickled "Two Sides"), Yugoslavia (Boban Petrovic's disco-licked "Prepad") Hawaii (Greg Yoder's Balearic Cat Stevens strummer "Things Were So Easy") and his native France (Carol Ray Band's yacht-primed boogie "Quelques Mots Gentils) Crisp production, stylistic melting pots and soft of the soul; AOR really was a global language.
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Cat: FVR 122CD. Rel: 12 Oct 16
  1. Crystal - "Funky Biguine"
  2. Charms - "Givin' It Up"
  3. Neilo Feel - "Havana"
  4. Jackie Esam - "Movin'"
  5. Ideku Dynasty - "Funk Force Leader"
  6. Black Bells Group - "Talk Me Mam's"
  7. Claude Morgan - "Le Sherif Qui Danse"
  8. Roots - "Sheriff's Horse"
  9. Marc Ashy - "Bye Cocotiers"
  10. Nel Oliver - "You Are My Dream"
  11. Greg Smaha - "Sunshine"
  12. Messan - "Keep Cool"
Review: During its late '70s and early '80s heyday, France's disco-boogie scene tended towards the eccentric. Yet despite the camp, tongue-in-cheek feel adopted by many French bands and producers, much of the music was of an impressively high standard. That much is clear from Charles Maurice's second French Disco Boogie Sounds compilation. Packed full of slick, synthesizer-driven material and punchy, horn-heavy disco-funk thrillers (see the Teena Marie style "Movin" by Jackie Esam), it's a fine collection of Gallic dancefloor treats. You're unlikely to find a better example of jazz-funk positivity than Black Bells Group's "Talk Me Mam's", while Messan's "Keep Cool" is a lesson in thrusting, up-tempo disco sweatiness.
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Cat: FVR 130LP. Rel: 18 Apr 17
  1. Jeff Silna - "It's Always Something With You" (3:27)
  2. Stratus - "Girl" (4:34)
  3. 7 Days Unlimited - "Dirt (In The Sky)" (3:22)
  4. Willy Santana - "Mais Uma Chance" (2:46)
  5. Funky Team - "It's About Time" (2:54)
  6. James D Hall - "I Wanna Get Into You" (4:00)
  7. George Nasif - "Don't Let The Devil" (3:18)
  8. Omega Sunrise - "Heartbreaker" (4:11)
  9. Steve Turner - "Harbor Place" (5:07)
  10. Billy Always - "More Than A Minute" (3:33)
  11. Stacey - "Keeps Me Hangin On" (3:11)
  12. Archie James Cavanaugh - "Light Unto The World" (3:47)
  13. Out Of The Fog - "Heart To Heart" (3:42)
  14. Jon Konteau - "The Heckler" (3:18)
Review: Pascal Rioux's Favorite Recordings hasn't put out a dud record since its inception back in 2006 and, along with introducing us to artists like Onra, the imprint is surely one of the most complete sources of disco and nu-disco available on the market. Their most recent series, AOR Global Sounds, have all the makings of future classics, and this is especially true given the fact that all of its tunes have been lost in the depths of time and greedy Discogs sellers. The third chapter in the series features tunes from between 1976 and 1985, carefully curated by Charles Maurice with the aim of showcasing various disco artists from around the world that have been influenced by the inimitable 'Westcoast' boogie sound. Make no mistake, these tunes are all rare-as-hens-teeth, and you're unlikely to find them pressed up on wax anywhere else. Although each tune features a different artist, from Stratus through to Funky Team or even Brazil's Willy Santana, this is very much an LA kinda thang. An essential comp for anyone serious about their boogie joints...
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Cat: FVR 145CD. Rel: 22 Jan 19
  1. Arlana - "When You Call My Name"
  2. Omega Sunrise - "Too Hip"
  3. Jonathan Jr - "Hangin' On To You" (12" version)
  4. Isabelle Mayereau - "Orange Bleue"
  5. Oro - "Sasa"
  6. Fernando Toussaint - "Recuerdos Del Abuelo"
  7. Todd Mcclenathan - "High From Our Love"
  8. Mario Acquaviva - "Notturno Italiano"
  9. Special Occasion - "Flyin' To Santa Barbara" (12" version)
  10. Parenthese - "Come Back"
  11. Russ Long - "Never Was Love"
  12. Pacific Dreams - "Mellow Out"
  13. Miller Miller Miller & Sloan - "Key To My Heart"
  14. Scott Cunningham - "Blues Take You Over"
Review: On his fourth exploration of the world of global "Adult Oriented Rock", French crate-digger Charles Maurice focuses on the period between 1977 and '86. That means a greater emphasis on synthesizers, dusty drum machines and the kind of sparkling melodies that would once have drifted from daytime radio at an alarming rate. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the dewy-eyed synth-soul of Arlana's "When You Call My Name" and the breezy boogie of Omega Sunrise's "Too Hip", to the sparse Balearic bliss of Isabelle Mayereau's "Orange Bleue", the flute-laden easy listening hum of Fernando Toussaint, the sax-happy '80s sleaze of Special Occasion's brilliant "Flyin' To Santa Barbara" and the jaunty Latino jazz-funk of "Mellow Out" by Pacific Dreams.
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VARIOUS
Cat: FVR 109CD. Rel: 04 Dec 15
  1. Marcia Maria - "Amigo Branco"
  2. Miss Lene - "Sinal De Desejo"
  3. Brenda - "Natureza Viva"
  4. Cristina Camargo - "Minas Do Rei Salomao"
  5. Lady Zu - "Valeu A Pena"
  6. Almir Ricardi - "To Parado Na Tua"
  7. Rosana - "Alegria No Ar."
  8. Kaito - "Cara Feia"
  9. Adriana - "Contigo"
Review: Favorite Recordings' superb Disco Boogie Sounds series continues. Following Waxist's recent exploration of French productions from the period, they've decided to drop a second collection of high-grade Brazilian material. Renowned crate-digger Charles Maurice has done a terrific job of gathering together dusty, obscure cuts that perfectly encapsulate Brazilian musicians' sun-kissed, soulful approach to disco and boogie. Highlights are naturally plentiful, and include the starry, jazz-funk tinged warmth of Christina Camargo's "Minas Do Rei Salomao", the Chic style brilliance of Almir Ricardi's "To Parado Na Tua", and the cosmic, horn-heavy leftfield disco thrills of Kaito's "Cara Feia".
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Cat: FVR 132CD. Rel: 29 Mar 17
  1. People
  2. African Music (feat Doctor Lass)
  3. Pour La Vie (feat Pat Kalla)
  4. Problems (feat Sir Jean)
  5. Kemtane (feat Doctor Lass)
  6. Mambo Football
  7. Des Promesses (feat Pat Kalla)
  8. Mandjou (feat Doctor Lass)
  9. Mbele
  10. Tu N'as Pas De Voiture (feat Pat Kalla)
  11. Et Toi Tu Crois (feat Hawa & Fouley Badiaga)
  12. Decalement (feat Pat Kalla)
  13. La France (feat Tout Le Monde)
Review: Despite boasting a discography packed to the rafters with successful forays into various vintage dancefloor styles, some were still surprised at the brilliance of his first Voilaaa album, On Te L'avait Dit. This follow-up is equally as impressive, and features 13 more trips into classic Afro-funk and tropical disco territory. With addictive Clavinet lines, punchy horns, heavy live percussion and Afrobeat bass to the fore, Hovart and his many collaborators - including a number of French vocalists with African heritage - variously pay tribute to a wealth of late '70s and early '80s dancefloor fusion sounds. The album includes all manner of club-ready workouts, including the righteous "Problems", disco-tastic "Kemtane" and sweaty, high octane "Mbele".
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