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Jibiti
Jibiti (7")
Cat: FUR 7391. Rel: 06 Jul 20
  1. Jibiti (Bosq remix) (4:34)
  2. Jibiti (Bosq remix instrumental) (4:33)
Review: Kaleta's first full-length collaboration with the Super Yamba Band, 2019's "Medaho", was something of a slept-on treat: a fiendishly psychedelic Afrobeat affair that was every bit as heavy, colourful and vibrant as you'd expect. Here, one of the album's standout tunes gets the remix treatment courtesy of long-serving, party-starting musical fusionist Bosq. The Ubiquity and Soul Clap stalwart delivers vocal and instrumental passes of "Jibiti", both of which make great use of Kaleta's vocals and Super Yamba Band's fuzzy, Fela Kuti-style horn lines. Bosq's groove is closer in feel to Afro-disco than the original album version, though the bassline, organ stabs and vocals are pure Afrobeat gold.
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Selected Works 1979 To 1983
Cat: NUN S008. Rel: 30 Jul 20
  1. Dreams For Radha (part I II & III) (7:44)
  2. You Are The Sunlight (6:04)
  3. Frost Bite (7:47)
  4. Hawaiian Caravan (5:43)
  5. Caravan (4:56)
Review: NuNorthern Soul take a brief respite from their BJ Smith series so boss man 'Phat' Phil Cooper can indulge his love for Ryo Kawasaki. Focusing on the period that the '70s met the '80s, Selected Works pulls together five delicious slices of Kawasaki bliss from a boundary pushing discography that spans writing, arranging, producing and playing. For an introduction to Kawasaki, this release is near perfect, taking in sublime jazz through heaving slabs of funk to out-there electronic vibes. Extra context is provided in the extensive sleeve notes from Marc Rowlands that pull from his 2015 interview with Kawasaki. Despite being five tracks long, this still feels like a generous rifle through the Ryo archives.
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Eternally Grateful
Eternally Grateful (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LR 8. Rel: 21 Nov 18
  1. Eternally Grateful (4:36)
  2. Eternally Dubful (4:06)
Review: Earlier in the autumn, obscure 1980s imprint Local Records - a label run out of the Tottenham-based home studio of London reggae and soul producer John Collins - sprung back to life with a reissue of Rick Clarke's sumptuous '80s soul slow jam "Love With A Stranger". Collins has decided to follow that up with a new edition of his 1984 production for Janet Kay, "Eternally Grateful". It's another electrofunk gem, with Kay's deliciously sweet vocal rising above reggae style horns, jangling pianos and a killer synthesizer bassline. As with the Clarke record, the flip features Collins' original dub revision ("Eternally Dubful"), a more stripped-back, echo-laden affair that's worth the entrance price on its own.
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Intérprete: Jura Soundsystem
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Let It Go
Let It Go (7")
Cat: DYNAM 7072. Rel: 24 Jul 20
  1. Let It Go (part 1) (2:56)
  2. Let It Go (part 2) (2:03)
Review: Funk, soul and jazz-funk reissue specialists Dynamite Cuts are particularly good at offering up seven-inch singles featuring album tracks that have never previously appeared on "45". They're at it again here, delivering a killer seven-inch featuring the much-sampled two-part track that bookends K.C & The Sunshine Band's self-titled, 1975 sophomore LP. "Let It Go (Part 1)" is a low-down Miami funk treat featuring a hot-to-trot-mix of bustling drums, heavy percussion breaks, rousing vocals, fiery (and familiar) horn riffs and impassioned lead vocals. The slightly shorter "part two" mix is an even heavier, vocal-free take that deftly showcases the quality of the band's hip-shaking, rabble-rousing instrumentation.
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I Get Lifted
I Get Lifted (green vinyl 10")
Cat: TKDISCORSD 2015PT1GREEN. Rel: 10 Jul 20
  1. I Get Lifted (3:06)
  2. I Get Lifted (Todd Terje edit) (7:12)
Review: It was 1975 that KC and The Sunshine Band first put out their huge "I Get Lifted" tune, and its a prime example of the era's funk and disco fusion sound. The playful bass wobbles down low while the elastic vocals do plenty of tricks up top. Add in all manner of subtle percussive sounds and little key riffs and the whole track slowly but surely gets the club in raptures. On the flip side, Nordic disco master Todd Terje serve sup an edit that beefs up the drums and adds some extra effects for good measure.
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Rhythm Rug
Rhythm Rug (7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: HR 005. Rel: 23 Jun 20
  1. King Most - "Rhythm Rug" (My Favorite edit Ever) (3:29)
  2. Altered Tapes - "Ego Drip" (Outta This Horn remix) (4:20)
Review: If hot-to-trot and heavyweight funk re-fixes are your thing, you should already be familiar with the work of Chicago-based Heat Rock Records. Their latest limited seven-inch delivers two must-check workouts. On the A you'll find the "Rhythm Rug" edit by San Francisco scalpel fiends King Most, a cut-and-paste concoction that peppers a sunny, hip-hop tempo good-time soul-funk groove with excerpts from the acapella version of rap classic "Can I Kick It?" Over on the flip, label regulars and Windy City heroes Altered Tapes provide something even wilder: a hot-stepping fusion of Afro-jazz horns, dancehall style drums and what sound like occasional Q-Tip vocal snippets.
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Snitchin' Stitchin' & Bitchin'
Snitchin' Stitchin' & Bitchin' (7'' limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: FNR 132. Rel: 19 Aug 20
  1. Snitchin', Stitchin' & Bitchin' (4:03)
  2. Loose Lips (3:42)
Review: Following a surprise outing on Burning Sole, heavy funk quartet The King Rooster return to regular home Funk Night Records with a suitably righteous and riotous two-tracker. A-side "Snitchin', Stichin' & Bitchin'" is one of their weightiest, club-ready cuts to date, with the storied London combo peppering a typically heavy and sweaty funk groove with razor-sharp, Blaxploitation style guitar riffs and increasingly intense, jammed-out Hammond organ solos. By the time the track ends, we guarantee you'll be pie-eyed and breathless. Over on the flip they doff a cap to the Meters' via "Loose Lips", a more relaxed but no less weighty or bass-heavy affair rich in mazy organ motifs, fluid solos and ear-catching bass.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Funk
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Back Chattin'
Cat: DINK 007. Rel: 09 Feb 18
  1. Back Chattin (2:35)
  2. Fat Chance (3:07)
Review: Serious funk fans should already know about the King Rooster, a four-piece revivalist heavy funk outfit that released a trio of killer 7" singles in 2017. The band's first outing of 2018 is every bit as essential as its predecessors, with both cuts offering an attractive blend of sweaty, doubles-friendly drum breaks, razor-sharp guitars and wild, Meters-style Hammond organ solos. Of the two, it's undoubtedly lead cut "Back Chattin" that's the heavier and most insatiable of the two, primarily thanks to some surf-influenced guitar riffs, heavy bass and just the right amount of organ solo action. That said, the Breakestra-esque B-side is pretty darn tidy, too.
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ESP
ESP (12")
Cat: SDE 44. Rel: 02 May 19
  1. ESP (4:41)
  2. To See You (4:54)
Review: In 1981, a multi-cultural group of young musicians headed by local lad Harbans Srih headed into a tiny eight-track studio in Walsall to record what they hoped would become their debut single. 28 years later, that single, credited to Klimate, is finally getting a release thanks to the diggers at Super Disco Edits. A-side "ESP" is an inspired chunk of Brit-funk that wraps soulful vocals, delay-laden sax solos and intricate electric piano lines around a warm and heavy, jazz-funk inspired groove. Flipside "To See You" is equally as impressive, with the action focused on rubbery slap bass, meandering sax lines, twinkling keys, reggae-soul style vocals and the kind of flash-fried guitar licks that were so common on dancefloor cuts during the period.
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Love Is Always On Your Mind (reissue)
  1. Love Is Always On Your Mind (10:02)
  2. Bourgie' Bourgie' (4:38)
Review: Absolute funk fire from Gladys and co; "Love Is Always On Your Mind" is arguably one of their most overlooked jams in history. Heavily swung and quite gritty in comparison to their other work, it's an instant floor display lavished with stacks of energy and groove. Flip for the heavily referenced, sampled and edited 1980 classic "Bourgie Bourgie". Silky soul disco at its finest. Another white hot reissue success from Buddah.
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If You Ever Get Your Hands On Love
If You Ever Get Your Hands On Love (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: FLIP 009. Rel: 09 Dec 19
  1. Gladys Knight & The Pips - "If You Ever Get Your Hands On Love" (Soul Flip edit) (4:03)
  2. Lee Dorsey - "Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley" (Soul Flip edit) (4:01)
Review: For their latest trick, Soul Flip duo Aldo Vanucci and Del Gazeebo [sic] have turned their attention to classic cuts from Lee Dorsey and Gladys Knight and the Pips. It's the latter's rare cut "If You Ever Get Your Hands On Love" that gets the scalpel treatment first, with the pair cutting up and looping the opening piano riff before extending the Motown style song's stomping groove and inspired vocals to better suit modern dancefloors. On the flip it's all about their take on Lee Dorsey's 1970 song "Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley", a DJ-friendly version that sneakily extends key instrumental passages to make the track well over a minute longer than the original. Given that Dorsey's version is arguably too short, we think it's a much-needed adjustment.
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Save Me
Save Me (7")
Cat
Cat: CAT 245246. Rel: 25 Aug 20
  1. Save Me (4:16)
  2. El Chicken (2:32)
Review: Henry Stone's cult Cat label did some serious work carrying funk, soul and more from it's homebase in Miami throughout the 70s. There were bigger artists like Gwen McRae on the label, but also plenty of space for some short lived and distinctly DIY outfits like James Knight & The Butlers. Their run was right around the start of Cat in 1971, yielding an album and a clutch of singles, the last of which came out in 1972. "Save Me" is more than deserving of a new pressing - it's an instantly addictive, psych-soaked joyful noise, recorded with an in-the-room rawness that only adds to the deft songwriting and accomplished players, making for an overdriven and utterly uplifting gem. Don't overlook the sly trippiness of instrumental track "El Chicken" too with it's smart reverse guitar effects in the breakdown.
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We Like It
We Like It (7" reeditado) (1 per customer)
Cat: ST 002. Rel: 22 Oct 20
  1. We Like It (5:21)
  2. We Like It (Caserta Lime Ricky dub) (5:08)
Review: Boston's A-grade record digger, funk and soul boffin and master edit maker Kon is back with his Gang for this tidy 7" that also features Rick James. It is once again an edit aided by Kon's long time engineer Caserta, with slick, life affirming jazz tinged and super funky production. Soul Supreme is on keys, the knotted bass comes from Xander Vrienten and together they all serve up a real late summer jam that could be 50 years old. The dub is just as delicious on the flip, with more room for the lux and authentic production and very real musicianship to shine through
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Night Dreamer Direct To Disc Sessions
Cat: ND 001. Rel: 12 Nov 19
  1. Struggle Sounds (7:24)
  2. Black Times (10:38)
  3. Bad Man Lighter (BML) (8:43)
  4. Theory Of Goat & Yam (7:30)
Review: This bold project from Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 captures the world's most prominent afrobeat musicians in the midst of a world tour, entering the studio for a one-shot blast that captures the raw, unpolished talent of a mammoth ensemble locked into a groove. Kuti brought his band to the Artone Studio in Haarlem, Holland, and without rehearsal they laid down this album of effervescent afrobeat grooves in one take, cut direct to disc on the in-studio lathe in a true capturing of the moment. Every vibration in the room going through the cutting lathe's needle, now forever immortalized on this record. What's not to love about that?
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Mr Fortune
  1. Frank Motley & The Hitchikers - "Mr Fortune" (feat The Mighty Pope) (2:43)
  2. King Herbert & The Knights - "Sissy Strut" (3:43)
Review: Described by Austrian retroverted Record Shack as one of the funkiest pieces of wax to come off of Canadian label Heart back in 1970, "Mr Fortune" features ex-Jamaican talent Earle Heeedram aka 'The Mighty Pope' providing vocals alongside esteemed American trumpet player Frank Motley. With no industry or promotional support, the disc disappeared into obscurity, but has now become one of the most in demand 'northern funk' tunes on the rare soul scene and available here on a great sounding 45" reissue with original B side "I May Have Been A Fool" replaced by the obscure but infectious, groovy "Sissy Strut".
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Intérprete: The Allergies
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Álbumes
Ahyewa Special (Deluxe Edition)
  1. Osaw/Samaniwa/Mfofoo/Kyiri Owio/Otwie/Komfo Adu (15:54)
  2. Susuansu/Nana Bue Me/Yewo Adaagye/Krokrohinko/M'anoma/Moma Yen Sore (15:36)
Review: Essential Hi-Life & Afro-Funk from Ghana! The legendary K. Frimpong's fantastic rare second album recorded in 1975 at Ghana Films Studio. As a prolific songwriter and singer, this is reissue of his 2nd album, a modern fusion of Hi-life and the traditional beat called Ahyewa. The excellent background is given by the Super Complex Sounds band which makes the Ahyewa beat suitable for specialist dancefloors.A must have vinyl of percussive Afro-Funk & modern Hi-life . Remastered by Frank Merritt at The Carvery, pressed on Deluxe Replika format, fully licensed to the Alhadji Kwame Frimpong Family.
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Vanrock
Vanrock (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: FTNLP 006. Rel: 29 Aug 19
  1. Safu (7:57)
  2. Vanrock (5:45)
  3. Satan Speaks! (6:35)
  4. Luke The Ox (9:17)
  5. Tamera (4:52)
  6. Revelation Six (7:51)
Review: Is there a more genuinely eclectic producer than Kalbata operating right now? We certainly can't think of one. Over the last decade and a half he's turned his hand to everything from dub, techno, dubstep and electro to Balearic beats, downtempo grooves and inspired musical fusions that simply cannot be categorized. His latest excursion - made in cahoots with five-piece Israeli band Tigris -falls into the latter category, offering up a brilliant blend of African and Caribbean rhythms, Turkish psych-funk organ solos, off-kilter electronics, wavy ambient chords and glistening guitars. It's hard to accurately describe but brilliantly produced and hugely entertaining. Don't sleep on this one!
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Medaho
Medaho (LP)
Cat: URLP 385. Rel: 27 Sep 19
  1. Gogo Rock (2:58)
  2. Mr Diva (4:27)
  3. Hungry Man, Angry Man (3:59)
  4. Medaho (3:05)
  5. Goyito (4:26)
  6. Jibiti (4:46)
  7. Super Yamba Theme (5:07)
  8. Adjoto (2:07)
  9. La Gueule (5:29)
Review: Headed up by Benin-born Kaleta - a guitarist who has previously worked with Fela Kuti, King Sunny Ade and Lauryn Hill - Super Yamba Band is a New York collective whose decidedly psychedelic fusions of Afrobeat, Highlife and Afro-funk have been getting rave reviews. "Medaho" is their debut album and it more than lives up to the hype. With Kaleta's variously fuzzy, sun-kissed and flash-fried licks to the fore, the band trips its way through nine mostly dancefloor-friendly workouts that wrap heavy funk instrumentation, rousing horns and Afrobeat style organ riffs around polyrhythmic drums that recall the distinctive swing of Tony Allen. It's a stylistic blend that guarantees results, as the sheer volume of highlights triumphantly proves.
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Hello Happiness
Hello Happiness (180 gram vinyl LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: 772513 8. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. Hello Happiness (3:57)
  2. Like A Lady (4:56)
  3. Don't Cha Know (3:18)
  4. Too Hot (3:44)
  5. Like Sugar (4:00)
  6. Isn't That Enough (3:30)
  7. Ladylike (3:39)
Review: No less than 45 years since she recorded her first single, the legendary Chaka Khan with a new album as relevant and up to the minute as anything pretenders a third of her age could dream of. "Hello Happiness" finds Khan drawing on the legacy of her roots while keeping things fresh, upbeat and contemporary, with THAT voice front and centre. Lead single "Like Sugar" has been tearing it up all over the place for good reason - with Switch on production chopping up classic Fatback Band break "The Bus Stop," Khan sounds as fierce as ever.
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Born In Africa
Cat: ASVN 062. Rel: 19 Apr 18
  1. Nimele Bolo (5:23)
  2. Makakane Masu (6:12)
  3. Manyaka (8:39)
  4. Born In Africa (8:57)
  5. Nanga 'Boko (4:16)
  6. Reviens-Moi (5:01)
Review: Charlie Kingue Soppo, known simply as Charly Kingson, is a legend of afro-funk who managed to shake the entire continent up with his infamous 1978 LP, Born In Africa. Often forgotten when conversations turn to Afro-dance, and the likes of Tony Allen or Fela Kuti, he has been an incredible source of inspiration to many musicians exploring the funkier side of jazz-dance, and this album itself goes way beyond any traditional notion of tropical discotheque. In fact, tracks like "Makakane Masu" verge on the soulful and the poppy, while "Born In African" itself is a funky groover for the dancefloor. All in all, this is an album which was dying for a re-release, and now you can enjoy it courtesy of the wonderful Africa Seven outlet. Boom!
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Carl Gustav Gjengen Og Parkeringsbandittene aka Carl Gustav The Gang & The Parking Bandits (Soundtrack)
  1. Apning (1:58)
  2. Maskinene Kommer (2:31)
  3. Drommen Om Supermann (2:08)
  4. Venner, Lop (2:42)
  5. Carl Gustav's Tema (0:45)
  6. Lekeplassen Odelegges (0:37)
  7. Menn I Svarte Dresser (0:38)
  8. Spenningen Stiger (0:35)
  9. En Losning (0:35)
  10. Jam Over Tema (2:32)
  11. Kvernen (3:01)
  12. Arkadehallen (0:51)
  13. Slottet (0:27)
  14. Hemmeling Inngang (0:48)
  15. Mork Gang (0:24)
  16. Tatt Til Fange (0:33)
  17. En Utvei (0:08)
  18. Falsk Vals (2:29)
  19. Bil Etter Bil, Slutt (3:52)
Review: You'd be forgiven for being unfamiliar with Carl Gustav Gjengen Og Parkeringsbandittene, a 1982 Norwegian children's mystery film with an eccentric, convoluted plotline. This is the first time that the soundtrack, which was created by former Norwegian progressive rocker turned composer Pete Knutsen, has been released. It's an imaginative and largely colourful affair, with Knutsen utilizing spacey synthesizer sounds and bold melodic riffs (very reminiscent of the period in which it was created) alongside his usual fuzzy rock guitars and out-there electronics. It's hugely evocative and entertaining, with nods to a myriad of contemporaneous American and European styles as well as the Beatles circa The White Album and Abbey Road.
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Off Track Volume III: Brooklyn
KON & AMIR/VARIOUS
BBE
Cat: BBE 130CLP. Rel: 28 Feb 19
  1. SFB - "Burnin' Up" (Kon's edit) (4:42)
  2. Donny McCullough - "From The Heart" (Kon's Multi remix) (6:33)
  3. Taxie - "Rock Don't Stop" (3:32)
  4. The Mazyck Project - "More Power To You" (4:39)
  5. The Edge Of Daybreak - "EOB (Edge Of Daybreak)" (4:01)
  6. Shake - "Lost In Space" (5:12)
  7. Oby Onyioha - "Enjoy Your Life" (6:18)
  8. Bomp - "Disco Power" (4:57)
  9. Christy Essien Igbokwe - "You Can't Change A Man" (3:57)
  10. Harry Mosco - "Sexy Dancer" (6:37)
  11. Goddy Oku - "Dont' Ask Me" (5:37)
Review: BBE unearth another batch of rare and underexposed disco cuts on Off Track Vol 3. Compiled by the crate digging New York/Boston based duo Kon & Amir, the release gives an authentic representation of Brooklyn’s ghetto, funk and afro music scenes. Sophisticated tracks for real music heads
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Eko Kuango
Eko Kuango (limited LP + insert)
Cat: LVLP 1702. Rel: 04 Apr 18
  1. Na Mawaso (4:13)
  2. Fuaniaka (4:42)
  3. Fura (4:52)
  4. Madesu (4:30)
  5. Mutoto (3:52)
  6. Kena Samba (3:44)
  7. Kasonge (4:15)
  8. Duniya (4:23)
  9. Shana (3:41)
Review: Belgium based composer, poet and multi-instrumentalist Denis Mpunga formed Eko Kuango in the early '80s. A unique fusion of African rhythms, jazz, subtle synth arrangements with an eastern flavour; they managed to introduce a strong sense of poetry - both musically and lyrically. The band garnered a reasonable following from numerous concerts played during their career, but remained little known except by a few music aficionados around the globe. Now with a newfound interest in their work, Libreville Records is proud to offer the remastered four tracks from the original EP, plus some bonus additions from their 'lost' recording sessions with renowned arranger Arnould Massart.
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