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BBE
Cat: BB 535ACD. Rel: 29 Jan 20
  1. Boogie Down
  2. What's The T?
  3. I Really Love You
  4. Oh What A Lonely Feeling
  5. Sugar
  6. Mystery Of Love
  7. Green & Gold
  8. Brand New Feeling
  9. I Did It In Seattle
  10. Mystic Voyage (version)
  11. I Just Wanna Give It Up
  12. Together Forever
  13. I Am Your Mind
Review: Second time around for "Virgin Ubiquity", a killer collection of previously unreleased Roy Ayers recordings that first appeared in stores way back in 2003. Focusing on the period between 1976 and '81, much of the material joins the dots between jazz-funk, soul, disco and boogie. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the weighty, horn-heavy release of the Merry Clayton voiced "What's The T" and heady "Oh What A Lonely Feeling", to the languid vibraphone solos of mellow groover "Green and Gold", jazzy bliss of "Mystic Voyage (Version)" and the stomping, disco era street funk of "I Am Your Mind". In a word: essential.
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  1. Holiday
  2. I Am Your Mind (part 2)
  3. Funk In The Hole
  4. Liquid Love
  5. Third Time
  6. Tarzan
  7. I Like The Way You Do It To Me
  8. Come To Me
  9. Kwajilori
  10. Release Yourself
  11. Touch Of Class
  12. Wide Open
  13. Sunshine (demo)
Review: This is the second part of Virgin Ubiquity: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981 and is again packed with tracks that are far more than unreleased findings from the cutting room floor. Each one serves as another feather in the bow of the virtuoso Ayers, who combined jazz, funk, soul and disco in magical and unique ways throughout his career. In doing so he laid down a precursor to acid jazz and hip hop. These are tracks that show off his dynamic, liquid rhythm sections and mellifluous keys, as well as the vocal talents of a range of collaborators who touch on soaring and sensuous highs as well as more gravel and earthy lows. Essential.
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Reach Up: Disco Wonderland Volume 2 (2xCD (CD1 mixed, CD2 unmixed))
BBE
Cat: BBE 486CCD. Rel: 22 Jan 20
  1. Ted Taylor - "Ghetto Disco"
  2. The Emotions - "You're The Best"
  3. The Armada Orchestra - "For The Love Of Money"
  4. The New Jersey Connection - "Love Don't Come Easy"
  5. Ronnie Jones - "You & I"
  6. Cela - "I'm In Love"
  7. Greg Henderson - "Dreamin"
  8. Disco Circus - "Get Up & Dance" (Bad Bikini re-edit)
  9. Serious Intention - "You Don't Know" (Crissy Kybosh remix)
  10. Claudja Barry - "Sweet Dynamite"
  11. Chain Reaction - "Dance Freak"
  12. Will Sessions & Amp Fiddler - "Lost Without You"
  13. Full Intention & Nick Reach Up - "Night Of My Life" (feat Jazz Morley)
  14. Gregg Diamond - "Star Cruiser"
  15. The Gibson Brothers - "Heaven"
  16. Will Sessions & Amp Fiddler - "Lost Without You" (feat Dames Brown - DJ Andy Smith Reach Up Disco Wonderland re-edit)
  17. Full Intention & Nick Reach Up - "Night Of My Life" (feat Jazz Morley)
  18. Ronnie Jones - "You & I"
  19. Gregg Diamond - "Star Cruiser"
  20. Cela - "I'm In Love"
  21. The New Jersey Connection - "Love Don't Come Easy"
  22. The Gibson Brothers - "Heaven"
  23. Serious Intention - "You Don't Know" (Crissy Kybosh remix - CD edit)
  24. Claudja Barry - "Sweet Dynamite"
  25. Disco Circus - "Get Up & Dance" (Bad Bikini re-edit - CD edit)
  26. Greg Henderson - "Dreamin"
  27. Ted Taylor - "Ghetto Disco"
  28. The Armada Orchestra - "For The Love Of Money"
Review: It would be fair to say that Bristolian selector Andy Smith has extremely deep crates. It's for this reason that he's been responsible for tons of killer compilations over the years. This one, the second in his disco, boogie and proto-house focused "Reach Up" series, is another gem. It cheerily moves between disco old and new, mixing tried-and-tested classic cuts from the likes of the New Jersey Connection, Ted Taylor, Chain Reaction and The Gibson Brothers with more recent retro-futurist cuts (see his subtly house-friendly re-edit of Will Session and Amp Fiddler's superb "Lost Without You" and Full Intention and Nick Reach Up's modern electrofunk treat "Night of My Life"). While confirmed disco enthusiasts may own some of the tracks already, there's enough lesser known goodness to make the compilation an essential purchase.
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Intérprete: I Love Disco!, Originals
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Cat: FSRCD 129. Rel: 30 Jan 20
  1. Pass It On (feat Terri Walker)
  2. There's Nothing Like This
  3. I Don't Mind The Waiting
  4. Last Request
  5. Music
  6. Who Chooses The Seasons (feat Carleen Anderson)
  7. Best By Far
  8. Winner
  9. Outside
  10. Little Boy
  11. This Is Not A Love Song
  12. Long Time Coming
  13. I Guess
  14. Be Thankful (feat Erykah Badu)
  15. Tell Me
  16. Syleste (Lounge Lizzard mix)
  17. Feeling You (feat Stevie Wonder)
  18. It's So
  19. Kiss It Right
  20. Come On (feat Kele LeRoc)
  21. The Man
  22. Treat You (feat Caron Wheeler)
  23. F*ck War, Make Love
  24. Bully (feat The Scratch Professer)
  25. I Love Being With You
  26. Simplify
  27. Vicky's Tune (feat Ty & Robert Glasper)
  28. Gave My Heart (feat Leon Ware)
  29. Doobie Doobie Doo
  30. Feeds My Mind (feat The Floacist)
  31. Insatiable (feat Natasha Watts)
  32. De Ja Vu (feat Mayra Andrade)
  33. I Want It To Be
Review: There's little doubt that honey-voiced singer Omar Lye-Fook is one of the finest soul talents to emerge from the UK in the last four decades. For proof check out this much deserved two-disc retrospective (his first since 2004's "The Collection"). Stacked with collaborations with top-tier talent (Terri Walker, Leon Ware, Carleen Anderson, Kele LeRoc, Scratch Professor and Stevie Wonder all feature), "Anthology" showcases his impressive diversity through top-quality tracks that variously touch on turn-of-the-90s street soul, neo-soul, jazz-funk, boogie, easy listening, acid jazz, hip-hop soul, jazz, R&B and broken beat. Throughout, his slick vocals and thoughtful lyrics stand out.
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  1. Special Tribute (Broken Home) (part 1)
  2. I'm New Here
  3. Running
  4. Blessed Parents
  5. New York Is Killing Me
  6. The Patch (Broken Home) (part 2)
  7. People Of The Light
  8. Being Blessed
  9. Where Did The Night Go
  10. Lily Scott (Broken Home) (part 3)
  11. I'll Take Care Of You
  12. I've Been Me
  13. This Can't Be Real
  14. Piano Player
  15. The Crutch
  16. Guided (Broken Home) (part 4)
  17. Certain Bad Things
  18. Me & The Devil
Review: February 2020 marks the tenth anniversary of the release of Gil Scott-Heron's final studio album "I'm New Here", a set that was later brilliantly reworked by Jamie XX in 2011 ("We're New Here"). To celebrate the album's tenth birthday, XL Recordings has decided to offer up "We're New Again", a fresh "reinterpretation" of the Richard Russell produced set by contemporary jazz hero and beat-maker Maya McCraven. His vision is loose, languid, deep and jazzy, with languid jazz drumming, tight hip-hop beats, soft-touch instrumentation, liquid jazz solos and funk-fuelled basslines combining beneath Scott-Heron's gravelly spoken word vocals. It's an inspired re-invention all told and one fully in keeping with the essence of Scott-Heron's own work. In other words, it's a must-have.
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  1. On Coming From A Broken Home (part 1)
  2. Me & The Devil
  3. I'm New Here
  4. Your Soul & Mine
  5. Parents (interlude)
  6. I'll Take Care Of You
  7. Being Blessed (interlude)
  8. Where Did The Night Go
  9. I Was Guided (interlude)
  10. New York Is Killing Me
  11. Certain Things (interlude)
  12. Running
  13. The Crutch
  14. I've Been Me (interlude)
  15. On Coming From A Broken Home (part 2)
  16. Handsome Johnny
  17. King Henry IV
  18. Piano Player (intro)
  19. Home Is Where The Hatred Is (2010 live Studio version)
  20. Winter (interlude)
  21. Winter In America (2010 live Studio version)
  22. Jazz (interlude)
  23. Is That Jazz
  24. A Place To Go (interlude)
  25. My Cloud
Review: This month Gil Scott-Heron's final studio album turns ten, so XL Recordings has decided to mark the occasion with a couple of special releases. Beat-maker Makaya McCraven has prepared a fully remixed and reworked version, while the London label has also decided to offer up this double-disc deluxe edition of the inspired original album. "I'm New Here" remains a vital work - one of Scott-Heron's best, we would argue - with the brilliance of his thought-provoking beat poetry and emotional sung vocals being matched by the quality of the deft, inventive 21st century backing tracks conjured up by producer Richard Russell and a wealth of superb musicians. You'll find the bonus material on disc two, with alternate versions and studio-based live recordings being joined by two previously unheard cuts.
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Soulgliding (unmixed CD)
BBE
Cat: BBE 480CCD. Rel: 04 Feb 20
  1. Peter Brown - "Without Love"
  2. Les Hooper - "Lady Of The Night"
  3. Ambiance - "Camouflage"
  4. Mellaa - "Makin' Love In The Fast Lane"
  5. Ray & James - "Nature Boy"
  6. Bridge - "Next To Me"
  7. Fifth Of Heaven - "Just A Little More"
  8. Patrice Rushen - "To Each His Own"
  9. Cast - "Sweetness"
  10. Demo Cates - "Memories Of Moments"
  11. Crystal Winds - "Lovers Holiday"
  12. Donna McGhee - "It Ain't No Big Thing"
  13. Cloud One - "Dust To Dust"
Review: Back in the late 90s and early 2000s, Rainer Trueby compiled (or helped to compile) a string of Brazilian-focused compilations for his friends at Compost Records. It's perhaps surprising, then, that it's taken this long for him to get a chance to showcase some gems from his record collection. "Soulgliding" is as smooth, warm and glassy-eyed as you'd expect, with the German DJ/producer serving up a range of mostly obscure jazz-funk, soul-jazz, boogie and slow jam gems. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the sparse-but-rich synth-soul of Patrice Rushen's "To Each His Own" and the sun-kissed shuffle of Bridge's "Next To Me", to the saccharine sweetness of Crystal Winds' "Lovers Holiday" and the low-slung jazz-funk bounce of "Memories Of Moments" by Demo Cates.
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Movements Vol 10 (unmixed CD)
Cat: TRCD 9087. Rel: 20 Feb 20
  1. Frankie Greer Quartette - "Spooky"
  2. Bill Beau Trio - "Early In The Morning"
  3. Eunice Haze - "String Around My Heart"
  4. Phylis Hendricks - "My Man"
  5. Eddie Buster Band - "Kitchen Cookin"
  6. Johnny Spinosa - "Come On"
  7. The New Philadelphians - "The Mustang" (part 1 & 2)
  8. The Kats - "Under The Covers"
  9. Ronny Pellers Satin Sound - "Coming Home Baby"
  10. The Lido - "Evil Ways"
  11. Herb Crawford Jazz Ensemble - "Title Town"
  12. The Runningboards - "Louisville Assembly Plant"
  13. Brazada - "El Mexicano"
  14. The Headliners - "Little Sister" (part 1 & 2)
  15. Victoria - "Body Wave"
  16. Maxwell - "Radiation Funk"
  17. Starfoxx - "Oh Linda"
Review: A warm welcome back to TRAMP's flagship compilation series "Movements", a long-running institution that brings together rare finds from the German label's crate-digging chiefs. As with its predecessors, this tenth volume is an eclectic affair that's presented in chronological order (IE oldest tracks first, newest last). There are far too many highlights to mention, though our current favourites include the swinging soul-jazz of Phylis Hendricks' "My Man", the fiery, Mod-style rhythm and blues of "Coming Home Baby" by Ronny Pellers Satin Sound, the dancefloor-focused Latin soul brilliance of The Lido's "Evil Ways" and the superb soul-funk obscurity that is the Headliners "Little Sister (Part 1 & 2)".
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