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1
Promised Land
Cat: AJX6 71S. Rel: 27 Jun 22
  1. Promised Land (4:35)
  2. Promised Land (instrumental) (4:34)
Review: For many of us, 'Promised Land' is a life-defining anthem. A house track that will never be bettered and one of the genre's most important cuts. It set a standard for proper lyrics and song structure that has never been better in the 40 odd years since, so Gloria Scott is brave to take it on. But she does a fine job. The whole thing becomes a little more jazzy and instrumental, with flashy strings and natty chords, but all powered by the great vocals. An instrumental is also included making this well worth picking up.
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! low stock $10.08
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Fusion Global Sounds 1970-1983
VARIOUS
Cat: FVR 183LP. Rel: 23 Jun 22
  1. Sundance - "Buster" (6:46)
  2. Renato Anselmi - "Hello Mr Acuvis" (4:18)
  3. Zane Cronje - "Tropical Island" (3:42)
  4. The 1860 Band - "Keep That Same Old Feeling" (5:07)
  5. Otroshakers - "Siempre Tu" (3:23)
  6. Daniel Bechet - "Astral Dance" (4:32)
  7. Renato Anselmi - "Quiet Fire" (3:42)
  8. Pedro Ruy-Blas - "Despertar" (3:56)
  9. Majoie Hajary - "Prologue" (4:00)
Review: Favorite Recordings founder Charles Maurice - initially better-known by his production alias Pascal Rioux - has long been regarded as a dusty-fingered crate digger, so his new compilation series, Fusion Global Sounds, is hotly anticipated. He says it will be an outlet for jazz-funk and fusion tracks of the 1970s and early '80s, mostly made by artists in different parts of the world whose fame never spread further than their own local scenes. You'll find numerous highlights on the series' debut, from the breezy, morning-fresh loveliness of Renato Anselmi's 'Hello Mr Acuvis' and the sun-soaked, afternoon shuffle of The 1960 Band's 'Keep That Same Old Feeling', to the dream pop-influenced sparkle of Otoshakers' 'Simpere Tu' and the righteous dancefloor hedonism of Sundance's 'Buster'.
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 in stock $26.22
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Remixes
Remixes (12")
Cat: FVR 184. Rel: 24 Jun 22
  1. Ku La Foon (feat Lass - JKriv remix) (6:40)
  2. Ben Bene La (feat Lass - Patchworks remix) (5:14)
  3. Tu Mens Devant Moi (feat Ramatou Traore - Voilaaa remix) (4:08)
  4. Spies Are Watching Me (feat Sir Jean - Patchworks remix) (7:50)
Review: It's a while since we last heard from Bruno 'Patchworks' Hovart's Afro-disco focused Violaaa project, so this surprise set of remixes of back catalogue tracks is more than welcome. Fittingly, three of the versions come from Hovart himself under different aliases. There's a fine, tropical-tinged, sun-splashed Violaaa revision of 'Tu Mens Divant Moi' that doffs a cap to zouk music, and two deep house-tinged Patchworks versions of classic cuts. The mix of the outfit's underground hit 'Spies Are Watching Me' is a brilliant alternative take on a familiar favourite (it certainly breathes new life into the track), while the samba-house-in-Ghana revision of 'Ben Bene La' is brilliant. Throw in a quality J Kriv deep nu-disco version of 'Ku La Foon' and you have an excellent EP of tasteful, club-ready cuts.
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 in stock $14.11
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Potion
Potion (12")
Cat: FSR 108. Rel: 30 Jun 22
  1. Potion (5:59)
  2. Potion (instrumental mix) (5:55)
Review: Reissued on 12" wax after its long germination as a mega-rare promo white label, Rick Clarke's very first and massively sought-after single 'Potion', from 1981, gets light shed on it once more. Revered by boogie collectors in particular, this one is best known for its instrumental, which appears in all its glitzy glory on the B side. On the song, as you'll recall, Clarke urges us to "get, get down" and drink from his disco elixir; we gladly oblige.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $13.62
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Risco Version
Risco Version (3xLP + insert)
Cat: STRUT 264LP. Rel: 01 Jul 22
  1. Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (vocal) (7:05)
  2. Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now (version) (9:07)
  3. Good Times (7:25)
  4. One More Time (instrumental) (8:18)
  5. I'm Caught Up (7:38)
  6. Argument (6:16)
  7. It's My Hous (Special Disco version) (7:55)
  8. It's My House (version) (7:40)
  9. Bringing Out The Sunshine (6:17)
  10. Risco Music (5:57)
  11. Reggae Music (6:10)
  12. Sitting In The Park (5:24)
  13. Park Version (4:24)
  14. Stopping (version) (4:50)
Review: Risco Connection were the perfect reggae-disco crossover act, founded by Studio 1 sticksman Joe Isaacs after he moved to Canada in the late 60s. Searching for a sweet spot between the plush orchestration of disco and the upbeat shuffle of rocksteady, he embarked on a series of covers with a strong cast behind him, taking on the likes of Chic's 'Good Times', 'It's My House' and a version of 'Ain't No Stopping Us Now' which became a staple at David Mancuso's mythical Loft parties. This collection gathers together all the singles - vocals, dubs and all - and comes packaged with an interview with Isaacs and liner notes, restored and remastered and sounding better than ever.
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 in stock $25.21
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Love & Hate In A Different Time
Love & Hate In A Different Time (cream vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: 019029 6440663. Rel: 08 Dec 21
  1. Loyalty (feat Ashley Sade) (2:39)
  2. In Loving Memory (2:52)
  3. Professional (3:56)
  4. Love & Hate In A Different Time (4:45)
  5. The Blind (4:15)
  6. Love & Hate In A Different Time (alternate version) (2:48)
Intérprete: Smoove, Dj soFa, THE REFLEX
 in stock $15.12
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Magician
Magician (limited LP)
Cat: JBH 094LP. Rel: 28 Jun 22
  1. House Of Purple Mist (7:56)
  2. Drowned Village (3:57)
  3. Playground (7:10)
  4. Bazaar (5:42)
  5. Musk (6:47)
  6. Morass (6:27)
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Love Come Down
Cat: TBE 7115. Rel: 30 Jun 22
  1. Love Come Down (3:44)
  2. Love Come Down (version) (3:43)
 in stock $12.87
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Humpty Nas
Cat: FF45 018. Rel: 27 May 22
  1. Humpty Nas (3:23)
  2. Get On Down (3:08)
Review: Krafty Kuts join FF45's repertoire with 2 deft new tunes, both of which work their proper remixy mashup magic. On Side A, they merge Nas' 'Made You Look' together with Placebo's 'Humpty Dump' for a busy and bustling chill hip hop bit, 'Humpty Nas', all cloudy and energetic... Side B meanwhile reinterprets Kenny Dope's 'Get On Down' with original production flair.

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 in stock $11.60
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Wind Of Seven Seas
Cat: TLM7 003. Rel: 27 Jun 22
  1. Wind Of Seven Seas (3:19)
  2. Orion's Belt (3:58)
Review: Brian "Javonntte" Garrett has been cooking up his most stylish and superb deep house sounds for very nearly a quarter of a century now. He has done so on just about any decent label you care to mention and for this crucial 7" he lands on Ten Lovers Music. It is a mind-expanding affair as always with Brian and opens with the shuffling, samba-tinged grooves of 'Wind Of Seven Seas' complete with twinkling keys, pirouetting rhythms and funky bass. On the flip is 'Orion's Belt' which is a cosmic workout that never lets up.
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 in stock $12.87
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If You Really Love Me (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: MXMRK 2046. Rel: 03 May 22
  1. If You Really Love Me (Me & The Gang remix - Mr K edit) (7:34)
  2. I Know You I Live You (Mr K edit) (9:14)
Review: There is a good chance that the K in Mr K stands for Knife, surely, because of how good this man is as crafting his own studio edits? Next up he tackles the frankly already very brilliant Stevie Wonder gem 'If You Really Love Me' but somehow he manages to improve it for modern club play. The horns are bigger, the drums are that bit more house-y and the whole arrangement is beefed up for a big impact. 'I Know You I Live You' on the flip is a disco dazzler with lucid horns and big soulful vocals for an all out good time.
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 in stock $12.09
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You Gotta Set Me Free
  1. Raye Cole - "You Gotta Set Me Free" (3:40)
  2. Rachel Maxann - "You Gotta Set Me Free" (3:39)
Review: Original Gravity Records breeze through their quest to 'gravitate to the centre of the universe' on the intergalactic magic carpet that is soul and reggae - their latest comes in the form of 'You Gotta Set Me Free', two incredible 45" cuts for the dancefloor and reinterpretations of the same song by vocalists Raye Cole and Rachel Maxann respectively.
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 in stock $12.09
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The Game
Cat: M45 004. Rel: 15 Jun 22
  1. Double A - "The Game" (4:05)
  2. DJ Fleg - "Dimension Five" (2:07)
  3. DJ Fleg - "Latin Escapades" (feat Lean Rock) (2:12)
Review: Mountain Records are a new funk label, pushing 45's cut with new funk tinged with a modern production sheen. For this one, label mainstay Double A, as usual, helms up the A-side with 'Are You Ready To Play The Game?' We find ourselves answering that we certainly are, as the tune immediately establishes unclear intent: its sample urges us to "play the game by the rules", but judging from all its sharp instrumental and breakbeat choppage, it certainly doesn't abide by its own rulebook! DJ Fleg, meanwhile, brings two classy tooly cuts to the B side, one of which features fellow producer Lean Rock.
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 in stock $13.62
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Rock Your Body
Cat: KK 002. Rel: 27 May 22
  1. Rock Your Body (Vince Cartier edit) (4:05)
  2. Senorita (Vince Cartier edit) (3:50)
 in stock $11.60
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Arcipelago
Cat: TS 4504. Rel: 30 Jun 22
  1. Arcipelago (4:35)
  2. Gemini (4:30)
Review: Aura Safari are Alessandro Deledda, Andrea Moretti, Lorenzo Lavoratori, Daniele Melloni and Nicholas Iammatteo. They have spent years entrenched in the local music scene of Perugia, Italy, attending the Umbria Jazz Festival every summer and legendary Red Zone Club during winter, both of which shaped their sound of Aura Safari. Now, they showcase their good-time grooves and vibrant vibes on two brilliant new tracks for Terrasolare which lien up your life no end thanks to their dancing beats, warming bass and sun-worshiping synths and melodies. Super lush stuff.
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 in stock $9.59
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Abahambi
Cat: MSR 033. Rel: 23 Jun 22
  1. Abahambi (5:07)
  2. Umlazi (4:50)
Review: Matsuna Records sets its sights on South Africa for this tidy new 7". Both of the tunes on it are being reissued for the first time ever on 45rpm and they are first dropped on the Flame label in 1975. They were rediscovered and out out in 2013 by Berlin crew Black Pearl Records on an album that made it onto many collector's wantlist. 'Abahambi' is a title track from an album composed by Sipho Gumede and is a superlative bit of instrumental funk with still fresh chords and hip swinging beats. 'Umlazi' slows it down with a more laid back jazz funk sound for more seductive dances.
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 in stock $10.08
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Feminina (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: JD 53. Rel: 09 Jun 22
  1. Feminina (11:26)
  2. Joyce Interviewed By Joe Davis (4th November 2021) (20:53)
 in stock $20.17
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The Seventh Son (reissue)
The Seventh Son (reissue) (180 gram vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: MAR 060. Rel: 27 Jun 22
  1. Two Nights In Malakal (9:39)
  2. Street Dance (5:11)
  3. West Side Stomp (4:30)
  4. The Quest (6:38)
  5. Denise (9:17)
  6. Kirk's Tune (4:31)
Review: Chicagoan trumpeter and flugel hornist Malachi Thompson made some fine records during his lifetime, though none are better than his 1980 solo debut The Seventh Son. It's been an in-demand item amongst jazz collectors for some time, making this belated vinyl reissue a welcome development. The set is spiritual in tone, but musically draws just as much from soul-jazz and fusion as it does the more freewheeling end of spiritual jazz. As a result, the tracks are largely warming, melodious and alluring, with Thompson's dexterous and imaginative playing leaving a lasting impression. Our highlights include 'Street Dance' and the epic 'Denise', but to be honest the whole set is essential listening.
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 in stock $26.73
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Brand Nu
Cat: JAL 381V. Rel: 30 Jun 22
  1. Brand Nu (142 original Studio mix) (4:16)
  2. Brand Nu (142 Slippy Wah instrumental) (4:16)
Review: Jalapeno Records welcome back Soopasoul for a brand new, specially commissioned 7" series of edits of a track from the artist's new 'Pushin' Weight/Brand Nu' single, also on the label. First up is the 142 original Studio mix that is all big horn work, powerful and driving drums and feel good soul celebrations that will lift your spirit no end. The lush female vocal layers in extra rich feels that will swell the heart. On the flip, the 'Brand Nu' (142 Slippy Wah instrumental) pairs things back and picks up the pace.
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 in stock $12.87
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Groove Is In The Heart (reissue)
Cat: HPR 22. Rel: 19 Apr 22
  1. Groove Is In The Heart (2:57)
  2. U Know What's Up (3:12)
Review: DJ Nu-Mark brings the skills once again with his latest 7". The acclaimed DJ and producer mixes up funk, dance and hip hop here and with Lonely Boy offers a fresh new take on a well known Deee-Lite classic. The trombone form the original is well suited to ape the original whole; the vocals remain intact as broad brass sounds and big fat drums all add weight and power. Flip it over and you will find a new version of another stone cold great - Donell Jones' 'U Know What's Up'. Here it becomes a shiny synth pop cover with vocoder vocals.
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Intérprete: Voodoocuts, Marc Hype, 45 Live
 in stock $14.11
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Tigre
Tigre (7")
Cat: AR 0207. Rel: 27 Jun 22
  1. Tigre (3:27)
  2. Gennarino 'O Sioux (3:21)
Review: A Neapolitan disco funk production by Antonio Iglio and Antonio Moxedano. It was originally released in 1979 and is now highly sought after by collectors on the second hand market (albeit impossible to find) and also highly influential on the new wave of homegrown talents such as Nu Genea. Both tracks have been remastered for this reissue on Archeo; 'Tigre' is an absolutely sweltering disco inferno with a strong vocal section plus killer horns section to boot, while the more slung and groovy 'Gennarino 'O Sioux' makes for proper mood music in the late night.
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 in stock $24.97
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Jazz Is Dead 12
Jazz Is Dead 12 (LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: JID 012LP. Rel: 01 Jul 22
  1. Come As You Are (4:27)
  2. People Of The Sun (3:15)
  3. Visions (3:11)
  4. My Mystic Life (2:27)
  5. The Summertime (2:55)
  6. Black Rainbows (4:28)
  7. Black Love (3:58)
 in stock $27.74
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Soul Monsters Vol 2
Soul Monsters Vol 2 (7" reeditado)
Cat: SM 002. Rel: 16 Jun 22
  1. Supremes - "Uptight" (2:50)
  2. Supremes - "Money" (2:58)
Review: The Soul Monsters imprint has dipped into the back catalogue of premier Motown legends and chosen two killer covers of songs first made famous by other artists on the iconic soul label's roster. On the A-side you'll find their storming version of Stevie Wonder hit 'Uptight (Everything's All Right)', a take that's just as stomping and horn-heavy as the more familiar original, with the added bonus of smoother soul vocals from the ladies and first time on 7 inch vinyl. Turn to the flip for their interpretation of Barrett Strong hit 'Money (That's What I Want)', a more fuzzy and sax-laden affair of a song that was famously also covered by the Beatles on With The Beatles.
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 in stock $4.03
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Diggin (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Diggin (Record Store Day RSD 2022) (transparent blue vinyl LP)
Cat: DIGGIN 2021. Rel: 28 Jun 22
  1. Nebulosa (2:35)
  2. Montara (4:02)
  3. Everybody Loves The Sunshine (feat Inlove) (3:35)
  4. Boss Guitar (6:31)
  5. Little Sunflower (feat Inlove) (4:31)
  6. Quincy (4:02)
  7. Think Twice (4:11)
  8. You've Got To Have Freedom (feat Inlove) (4:39)
  9. Mystic Brew (4:28)
 in stock $24.20
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Blues Walk (Classic Vinyl Series) (remastered)
Blues Walk (Classic Vinyl Series) (remastered) (180 gram audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: 453520 8. Rel: 17 Jun 22
  1. Blues Walk (6:37)
  2. Move (5:53)
  3. The Masquerade Is Over (5:53)
  4. Play Ray (5:26)
  5. Autumn Nocturne (4:53)
  6. Callin' All Cats (5:16)
Review: Blue Note Records continue to top up their Classic Vinyl reissues series, this time homing in on Lou Donaldson's sixth album for the label 'Blues Walk' (he never swayed from Blue Note). The legendary jazz saxophonist and bandleader intended the LP to be his magnum opus at the time, and as history slowly ingested its influence, it became as such. Six rain-drizzled original pieces span two sides, with Donaldson joined by Herman Foster, Peck Morrison, Dave Bailey and Ray Barretto for an unusual jazz combo involving congas, and a unique mood that epitomised his own brand of cool jazz-blues.
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 in stock $21.17
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Right Now
Cat: FF45 017. Rel: 27 May 22
  1. Right Now (3:40)
  2. Respeckt (feat Dedy Dread) (3:33)
Review: FF45 continue in their mission to fuse and mash only the hottest classics together. This time they welcome two Berliners, Soul Brigada and Voodoocuts, to the fore for a hybridized chimera mixing the fabled verses of Ludacris with Aretha Franklin on the B, and an apparently completely original cut on the A (although it sounds very 'classic' - if it is sampled, then it's a rarity for sure!). Don't sleep on this 7"...

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 in stock $11.60
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Sex Machine
Sex Machine (7" + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: PARK 0144. Rel: 21 Jun 22
  1. Sex Machine (3:53)
  2. Nagoriyuki (3:40)
Review: By now, we've become accustomed to Japanese outfit Inosakira Rangers offering up reggae and vintage rocksteady style cover versions of pop and dance tracks of old. Their latest cover, of James Brown classic 'Sex Machine', is a little different. It's no less warm, dusty or on-point than its predecessors, but there's no reggae or rocksteady flex - just a warmer, more laidback take on the funk classic, complete with distinctive lead vocals from Keichi Sokabe. They're back in lazy, Sunday afternoon rocksteady mode on original B-side 'Nagoriyuki', a sweet and quietly soulful number that pushes the band's bassist and organist - or more specifically their fine instrumentation - high in the mix for added nostalgic pleasure.
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 in stock $13.11
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Fever (Latin version)
 in stock $9.33
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Denga (reissue)
Cat: JAZZR 015. Rel: 23 Jun 22
  1. Denga (3:16)
  2. Goodbye Batucada (3:31)
  3. Urubu (3:13)
  4. Autumn (3:25)
  5. Con Feugo (4:10)
  6. Zapatos Amarillos (3:11)
  7. Africa Revisted (3:10)
  8. El Sueno (3:16)
  9. Surfaticket (3:04)
  10. My Summer Love (2:58)
  11. Hop'N'Jump (2:41)
  12. Tristeza (3:15)
  13. Sucio Mambo (2:33)
Review: Robin Jones aka 'The Godfather of British Latin Music' brought some sunshine to often grey UK shores with the pastoral jazz sounds of his debut album. The rhythms have an Anglo skip with an Afro-Cuban soul as they melt flutes, Fender Rhodes and swinging drums and were recorded in 1971. He had help from three percussionists who help make this one a cult classic that has been hard to find over the years. Now London jazz DJ Paul Murphy's Jazz Room Records rights that wring with this fresh reissue.
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Intérprete: Charles Maurice
Tags: Latin Jazz
 in stock $18.67
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Jazz Is Dead 12
Jazz Is Dead 12 (coloured vinyl LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: JID 012LPLTD. Rel: 01 Jul 22
  1. Come As You Are (4:27)
  2. People Of The Sun (3:14)
  3. Visions (3:11)
  4. My Mystic Life (2:28)
  5. The Summertime (2:55)
  6. Black Rainbows (4:28)
  7. Black Love (3:59)
 in stock $28.75
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Estrela Acesa
Estrela Acesa (mermaid blue vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: MEX 3133. Rel: 23 Jun 22
  1. Gostar Do Mundo (2:21)
  2. Cancao Da Cura (2:36)
  3. Sereia Sentimental (3:12)
  4. Musica (2:41)
  5. Helena (4:05)
  6. Pele Da Esfera (2:46)
  7. Dor Fodida (4:41)
  8. Irmao De Nuvem (3:15)
  9. Que Lado Voce Dorme? (4:06)
  10. Ponta De Faca (2:54)
  11. Voce E A Música (1:29)
  12. Estrela Acesa (4:16)
Tags: MPB | Brazilian | Bossa Nova
 in stock $20.17
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Don't Leave Me (reissue)
Cat: PRD 007. Rel: 23 May 22
  1. Don't Leave Me (4:30)
Review: Highly sought-after 1984 classic from Jeff Floyd reissued by Papaya Detroit.
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 in stock $17.41
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Jaiyede Sessions Volume 1
Jaiyede Sessions Volume 1 (LP + MP3 download code with obi-strip)
Cat: EPR 067. Rel: 24 Jun 22
  1. Jaiyede Suite (part 1) (9:24)
  2. Jaiyede Suite (part 2) (8:08)
  3. Sojourner (5:57)
  4. Enter Momentum (15:03)
  5. Celestial Navigation (5:41)
Review: Following up on the spectacular Chicago Odense Ensemble LP from 2019, this new joint on El Paraiso features two of London's finest, Tamar Osborn and Al MacSween, linking up with celebrate Danish psychonauts Jonas Munk, Jakob Skott and Martin Rude to lay down some outerworldly jazz variations. Shapes shift and the vibe is rarely static as the collective of musicians let their talents fly, resulting in some truly breathtaking trips into moody spirituality. You might well detect a hint of kosmische as much as Coltrane/Sanders, and if you like any of that music or simply like to be taken on a vivid, far-reaching trip, you won't be disappointed.
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 in stock $20.17
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Kuja's Disco
Kuja's Disco (limited hand-numbered 180 gram vinyl 12" in Juno exclusive sleeve)
Cat: MUKAT 081. Rel: 23 May 22
  1. Kuja's Disco (unreleased extended mix) (5:07)
  2. Kuja's Disco (Rudy's Midnight Machine & Nik Weston Mukatsuku mix) (5:24)
Review: Finnish nine-piece Kuja Orchestra original version of the Afro centric Kuja's disco on Jazz Aggresion label came in under 3 minutes so this unreleased extended version on A side allows the instrumentation to shine through showing off some seriously good funk infused solos and horn arrangements.
Rudy's Midnight Machine & Nik Weston's Mukatsuku more club orientated mix makes more use of the uplifting strings for a dramatic intro ,adding a disco bassline,tight drums and lashings of brass heavy horn workouts for the packed dancefloor.Support from Colin Curtis,Charlie Dark,Colleen Murphy, Cosmo Sofi ,Emanative ,Smoov etc


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 in stock $10.58
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Mr K Edits: Action
Cat: MXMRK 2048. Rel: 19 May 22
  1. Action (5:33)
  2. World Famous (3:44)
Review: The inimitable Mr K lands once more on the Most Excellent Unltd label with more of his a-grade edits. He kicks off with a signature disc-funk sounds that could be from any ear in the last forty years. The bass licks really get you up on your toes as the dangling chords and leggy drums heighten the groove. A steamy female vocal then flips you out. On the backside is 'World Famous' which is a cut up groove with some great scratching, old school electro-boogie in the cords and a nice lush lead piano line that brings the joy.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $11.09
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Where Would I Be Without You? (reissue)
Where Would I Be Without You? (reissue) (translucent red vinyl 7")
Cat: ZP74 RED. Rel: 16 Jun 22
  1. Where Would I Be Without You? (radio edit) (4:36)
  2. Where Would I Be Without You? (5:38)
Review: Kim Tibbs is another artist in the business of imitating 70s sounds. Writing, singing, playing and producing the entirety of 'Where Would I Be Without You' the talented multi-instrumentalist and songwriter - an all-round soul Polymath - ponders her luck and counts her blessing on this one-off. Tibbs' sweet, twee and rushing voice sounds just as good on the 33rpm B-side, allowing DJs maximum versatility - of course, this isn't one they'll want to miss out on throwing into the mix.
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 in stock $14.11
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Borga Revolution! Ghanaian Dance Music In The Digital Age 1983-1992 Volume 1
VARIOUS
Cat: KALITALP 009. Rel: 17 Jun 22
  1. Uncle Joe's Afri-Beat - "Eshe Wo Kon Ho" (4:21)
  2. Thomas Frempong - "Mada Meho So" (6:28)
  3. Native Spirit - "Odo San Bra Fie" (5:49)
  4. George Darko - "Medo Menuanom" (12" version) (6:21)
  5. Wilson Boateng - "Mabre Agu" (3:35)
  6. Paa Jude - "Odo Refre Wo" (8:58)
  7. Aban - "Efie Nny" (8:11)
  8. Wilson Boateng - "Asew Watchman" (4:38)
  9. Uncle Joe's Afri-Beat - "Mr DJ" (5:24)
  10. George Darko - "Obi Abayewa" (5:44)
  11. Dr K Gyasi's Noble Kings - "Damfo Agoo/David Akofo/ Obegyaa Nowa/Okwantuni Moboro" (Medley) (13:53)
Review: Were you aware of the burger highlife phenomenon that swept through Ghana in the 1980s? Taking the West African sound of highlife and infusing it with the synths and drum machines of disco and boogie, a vibrant fusion culture emerged with hit upon hit of infectious, funky-as-hell party gear undeniably rooted in African culture. This diligent compilation from Kalita looks to some of the most important artists from this wave of electrified highlifers, including Thomas Frempong and George Darko, and of course looking between the cracks for the more obscure gems that should get even the well-schooled excited to check this one out.
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 in stock $21.95
38
Ghosted
Ghosted (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: DC 838. Rel: 15 Apr 22
  1. I (7:58)
  2. II (9:30)
  3. III (15:38)
  4. IV (4:36)
 in stock $23.46
39
Moabit
Moabit (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 280. Rel: 21 Jun 22
  1. Moabit (feat Jimi Tenor) (8:12)
  2. Dub 5 (7:57)
Review: Two jazz house hip-swayers from Freestyle Man and Henrik Schwarz, strongmen of the style who have yet to collaborative until now. 'Moabit' comes to Mule Musiq, and features the living legend Jimi Tenor on sax on the eponymous A-side; a must for anyone seeking out an expressionist edge to their blue-noted party-starters. 'Dub 5', meanwhile, steps backwards into steam-stacked fogs and city backalleys, a dub techno take on neo-noir. An impressive exercise in style from the German pair.
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 in stock $15.12
40
This Heart Of Mine
  1. Jimmy James & The Vagabonds - "This Heart Of Mine" (2:27)
  2. Sonya Spence - "Let Love Flow On" (3:42)
 in stock $11.09
41
Ola!
  1. Ola! (3:47)
  2. Ti (2:47)
Review: Germany's Legere Recordings is the home of authentic, modern funk and jazz. For this tasty 7" outing, Welsh musician Carwyn Ellis and Rio 18 link with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales for an alarmingly exotic tune given its country of origin. This is samba drenched in sun, with all the authentic drums, soaring strings and percussive details you would expect next to some great lead flute work. That's the case on 'Ola' anyway, the more upbeat party starter, while 'Ti' is a sentimental and slow-motion ballad for weepy moments.
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42
You Feel Alright?
Cat: M45 003. Rel: 15 Jun 22
  1. Double A - "You Feel Alright?" (3:47)
  2. The Gaff - "High Life" (45 edit) (3:42)
Review: Mountain Records are a new funk label, pushing 45's cut with new funk tinged with a modern production sheen. Two label mainstays decorate each side of this one: for the A, Double A asks 'You Feel Alright?' We certainly do, not least thanks to the artist's heavy locking down of sampled big boom drums, funky grooves and evil laughter. The Gaff meanwhile offers up a breakbeat banger to the altar, letting up on bass for a weird, flauting finish. 7"s collectors, watch out.
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 in stock $13.62
43
Ses Rodes
Ses Rodes (2xLP)
Cat: JNPRLP 01. Rel: 21 Jun 22
  1. Manana (5:26)
  2. Mediodia (6:32)
  3. Tarde (4:21)
  4. Noche (6:11)
  5. Mar (9:24)
  6. Playa (5:53)
  7. Bosque (7:05)
  8. Cielo (7:54)
Review: Previously, the shadowy Jazz 'N' Palms crew has stuck to re-edits, offering up on-point, scalpel style reworks of thoroughly obscure jazz, tropical and Balearic gems. With Ses Rodes, they've ditched the re-edits, instead offering up an album of original tracks, recorded in Ibiza with the help of a quartet of musicians. The results are pleasingly leisurely and soft focus, with winding analogue synth solos, languid saxophone lines, horizontal jazz guitar solos and warming Rhodes motifs - and the odd Pat Metheny style improvised vocal - rising above mostly laidback grooves. Along the way, you can expect forays into jazz-funk, spiritual jazz, art-rock, exotica, library music, soundtrack grooves and sun-splashed Balearic beats.
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Intérprete: Jonna & Darran P, DJ ROCCA
 in stock $25.72
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Plastic Love
Cat: WPJL 10152. Rel: 16 Mar 22
  1. Plastic Love (extended club mix) (9:14)
  2. Plastic Love (4:53)
Review: Japanese vocalist Mariya Takeuchi originally recorded this one for her 1984 album Variety. It was only moderately successful at first with 10, 000 copies sold but in 2017 that changed when an eight minute remix was uploaded to YouTube and went on to pick up over 63 million views. It became one of the hits of the next few years and now makes it onto this 12" via Warner Japan. The joyousness and nostalgic 80s disco sounds all warm your heart and the original version is that bit more sensuous and sentimental.
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 in stock $23.46
45
Vocal Patterns (reissue)
Vocal Patterns (reissue) (LP with obi-strip)
Cat: DW 3182LP. Rel: 01 Jul 22
  1. Up West (2:55)
  2. Autumn Aria (1:59)
  3. Just Walkin' (2:29)
  4. Dreamy (2:41)
  5. Play Girl (2:30)
  6. Moon Bird (2:17)
  7. Dazzle (3:26)
  8. Think Twice (3:04)
  9. Man Inside (1:53)
  10. Flipper (2:13)
  11. Sandy (2:40)
  12. Midnight (2:56)
  13. Gentle Soul (1:25)
  14. Sounds Easy (3:03)
Review: Roger Webb was an accomplished composer and songwriter in the 60s and 70s who wrote for the likes of Shirley Bassey, Johnny Mathis, and Bette Davis, but he also turned his hand to some outstanding library works such as this bright and breezy LP from 1971. With vocals from Barbara Moore (also noted for working with Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, Dusty Springfield and Tom Jones), Vocal Patterns is a mixed bag that veers from kitsch 60s pop to melancholic reflections and more besides. If you want a portal back to a different era, this record will sweep you off your feet and land you right back there.
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 in stock $28.75
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It Should Have Been Me
Cat: MXMRK 2049. Rel: 17 Jun 22
  1. It Should Have Been Me (4:10)
  2. Brand New Lover (5:04)
Review: Mr K (Danny Krivit) is back once again with another vital selection of his edits kicking off with the title track 'It Should Have Been Me' a lazy and heart wrenching soul jam with deep cut bass, guttural female vocals that are as raw as you can imagine and some lush strings. It's a great vision of a stone cold classic that will never fail in any setting to get tears going. On the flipside, 'Brand New Lover' picks up the pace with a silky disco-funk-soul groove to carry you into a lovely headspace.

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Tags: Soul Disco
 in stock $11.09
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Hermit's Groove
Hermit's Groove (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BTR 062LP. Rel: 01 Jul 22
  1. Guardians Of Eden (5:55)
  2. Tears From The Skies (5:01)
  3. Springtime (4:04)
  4. Canto De Lemanja (7:10)
  5. All I Can Do (4:48)
  6. Face Of All (4:14)
  7. Gaian Dream (9:42)
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Soon Come
VARIOUS
Soon Come (gatefold orange & blue vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: TB 006. Rel: 01 Jul 22
  1. 10 Point 4 ROG & Brother Portrait - "The Lighthouse" (3:56)
  2. Wu Lu - "Gooie" (3:37)
  3. Hejira - "You" (3:14)
  4. Clever Austin - "Hour 40" (1:47)
  5. Alien & Kuzich - "Took My Heart Away" (3:50)
  6. Ego Ella May - "Miss U" (3:55)
  7. Clever Austin - "Pablo's Piano" (0:56)
  8. KeiyaA - "Camille's Daughter" (2:55)
  9. Nala Sinephro & Lyle Barton - "Ada" (1:20)
  10. Nayiem - "Dandelions" (3:10)
  11. Lori - "RoyalPine" (3:06)
  12. Contour - "Common Ground" (3:37)
  13. Cowrie - "Define My Freedom" (4:07)
  14. Arnheim - "Help Me Realise You" (feat Emm) (4:33)
  15. Melo Zed - "Ebodance" (feat Mary Cayenne-Elliott) (2:16)
  16. Blvck Spvde - "Save A Little Seat" (feat DJ Harrison) (3:28)
  17. The Wach - "Dream On Freedom" (5:43)
  18. AshTreJinkins - "Sunshine2Point0" (4:57)
  19. Ben Hauke - "Turn It On" (4:47)
  20. Leaux - "Wabi Sabi" (4:04)
  21. Eun & Demae - "Your Company" (5:15)
  22. Molinaro - "Dis & Dissolve" (4:20)
Review: Touching Bass is a vital force within London's jazz-adjacent scene, prioritising and incubating new Black talent and giving a voice to artists who might not have been heard otherwise. Now we're being given an authoritative view into the label's world with this expansive compilation, Soon Come. It's a double-disc affair with some serious flair from the get-go thanks to the incredible beats of 10.4 ROG behind Brother Portrait's eloquent flow on 'The Lighthouse'. From Clever Austin to KeiyaA, AshTreJenkins to Molinaro, the heat is undeniable whether it's stone cold jazz, red-eyed neo soul or some other cosmic contemporary fusion your ears are getting treated to.
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Intérprete: Errol
 in stock $26.22
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Beyond Space & Time Vol 2
ANTAL/VARIOUS
Cat: BEST 002. Rel: 29 Jun 22
  1. Tlale Makhene - "Emabhunswini" (feat ZiyawaKaZitha) (4:40)
  2. Benny Salvador - "Cardboard Box" (8:03)
  3. Trio Zero - "Twilight" (6:08)
  4. Dam-Funk - "OBE" (8:30)
  5. Shohjo-Tai & Red Bus St Project - "Electric City" (5:22)
  6. Ishida-Express I - "China Romance" (4:43)
  7. Dianne Mower - "The Secret Sign" (3:56)
  8. Jocelyn Mocka - "Doudou" (BNF edit) (4:13)
Review: Is there any more revered digger than Antal, the rush Hour label boss? he has made that label and shop famous around the world for its great and eclectic taste. He has also reinvigorated the catalogues of numerous artists thanks to playing their tunes in his expansive sets so whenever he serves up a comp it's pretty much a buy on sight. Beyond Spec & Time Volume 2 jin the Japanese label of the same names one such example - it's full of broken beat and jazzy treasure that is invigorates the soul and more than makes you want to dance.
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Light Touches 06
  1. Cheeky (4:23)
  2. Weeping Funk (4:22)
Review: Light Touches Records does what it says on the tin - it 'retouches' and sheds 'light' on old 'records', with a focus on rare groove and Latin music. They're unorthodox, though, in that they don't credit the original artists behind these 'classics', throwing the question as to whether these are legitimate originals - or just clever emulations - up in the air. That shouldn't deter you, though, because 'Cheeky' and 'Weeping Funk' are still killer slices of hypnotic funk: "cheeky chaka" goes the refrain on the samba-esque A, while track two is instrumental, resting squarely between the mournful and the upbeat.
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Intérprete: Voodoocuts
 in stock $11.85
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