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Could You Be Loved
Cat: 600249. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Could You Be Loved
Jammin' (long version)
I Shot The Sheriff
Intérprete: Suonho, Juno Classics
 in stock $14.30
Safari (Lexx mix)
Cat: ERC 097. Rel: 19 Dec 22
Safari (3:56)
Safari (Lexx Discomix) (7:38)
Review: Emotional Rescue closes out another brilliant year with one final hot drop. This sorting 7" Safari by King Sporty was the artist's first ever single back in 1976. It comes after the label has served up plenty of reissues of the man known as Noel Wiliam's tackle but this one might be the best. It's from his album Deep Reggae Roots and is nice tropical excursion with steamy hits, wooden percussive sounds and funky bass over a low-slung groove and chanting vocals. This one is backed with a special disco mix by Lexx that reworks the tune for more lively moments.
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Be What You Want Be (reissue)
Cat: ERC 083R. Rel: 30 May 22
Soft Touch (4:17)
Keep On Dancing (3:40)
In The Rain (3:25)
Be What You Want Be (4:40)
Papa "Doo" (5:16)
Why Not (4:10)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: As far as collaborative delights go, this really takes the cake. Miami boogie wildcard Noel Williams, aka King Sporty, throwing it down heavy with legendary Jamaican reggae axe man Ernest Ranglin - as you might expect, the results are incendiary. 'Soft Touch' has a hint of the cosmic about it as it romps through insanely catchy chorus chants, stirring brass stabs and Ranglin's sweet licks. 'Keep On Dancing' has a more uptempo feel, 'In The Rain' slips into a laid back reggae skank and 'Be What You Want To Be' turns the vintage disco heat back up. Throughout this wonderful mini LP, the duo switch between each other's strengths and bring out the best in each other, like all good collaborations should.

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The Vibes Is Right
Cat: PRO 580. Rel: 29 Mar 11
The Vibes Is Right
Black Roses
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I Remember Mama (feat NAD remix)
Cat: ERC 118. Rel: 20 Sep 22
I Remember Mama (5:16)
Sound Design (5:30)
I Remember Mama (NAD Discomix) (11:00)
Review: "Emotional Rescue presents the first ever reissue of Sugar Minott's rare 12" of I Remember Mama. Recorded in Soho in mid-80s London, the Boogie meets Reggae song comes in vocal and instrumental mixes, as well as a wonderfully teasing long Discomix by NAD aka Dan Tyler (Idjut Boys).

Having grown up and become a star out of Kingston, JA, with over 50 albums and hundreds of singles for the likes of Studio One and Black Roots labels, the legendary vocalist was a pioneer of the Dancehall and then later Lovers Rock sounds.

Based in London for much of the 1980s, a chance meeting in the Wackies offices he met producer Steve Parr, who had recently opened the Sound Design Studio next door.

Hatching the idea to create a label to showcase their capabilities, Parr played all the instruments except the distinctive sax by friend Andy MacDonald, while Minott's delivery is at his prime, storytelling in the Jamaica tradition of hardship and praise.

Released on 7" and 12", they have striking differences. The "Sound Design" instrumental / version sees the studio team craft a disco meets reggae in a cod-style to wonderful, almost Balearic effect.

The collaboration with Dan Tyler continues, as he again works his desk dubbing magic. Extending and editing between the two mixes, teasing the instrumental before finally bringing the sax and vocals together for a 'discodub' finale. "

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Disco Reggae Vol 3
Cat: STIX 046. Rel: 03 Oct 17
Taggy Matcher - "Disco Illusion" (5:55)
7 Samurai - "Shake It Dub" (feat Alicia "Blue Eyez" Smith - extended 12" version) (7:33)
The Dynamics - "Feel Like Makin Love" (4:44)
Lucas Arruda - "Melt The Night" (Mato Reggae remix) (5:21)
The Dynamics - "Miss You" (extended disco version) (6:54)
Rosemary Martins - "Love To Love You Baby" (5:32)
Taggy Matcher - "Cantaloupe Island" (5:27)
Mato - "Movin' In The Right Direction" (3:37)
Taggy Matcher - "Big Fun" (5:01)
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Beach Diggin Volume 5
Beach Diggin Volume 5 (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: HS 168VL. Rel: 04 Aug 17
Yasuko Agawa - "LA Nights" (5:19)
Stephen Colebrooke - "Stay Away From Music" (4:28)
Andre Marie Tala - "Sweet Dole" (4:32)
Tyna Onwudiwe - "Lite Low" (4:04)
Rebles - "Sweetest Taboo" (Soca version) (3:26)
Ricardo Marrero & The Group - "And We'll Make Love" (2:31)
Koko Ateba - "Si T'es Mal Dans Ta Peau" (4:03)
Sookie - "Tonight" (feat Jeannine Otis) (4:58)
Raphael Toine - "Femmes Pays Douces" (5:40)
Eboni Band - "Desire" (5:09)
Robert J Riggins - "I Need You Now" (4:06)
Salero - "Teardrops & Wine" (3:07)
Momo Joseph - "War For Ground" (4:13)
Claude Genteuil - "Dreams Of Love" (3:00)
Gatot Soedarto - "Sayangilah Daku Kasih" (1:46)
Synchro Rhythmic Eclectic Language - "Pasto" (5:51)
Review: Since the Beach Diggin' compilation series launched a few years back, a number of its obscure, Balearic-minded selections have been given full length reissues of their own. We can probably expect a number of the tracks from this brilliant fifth volume to get the same treatment. As usual, the wide-ranging track list is thick with highlights, from the synth-heavy, French language reggae of Raphael Toine's 1986 bubbler "Femmes Pays Douces" (taken from the artist's frustratingly hard to find Ce Ta Ou album) and vibraphone-laden jazz-funk smoothness of Yasuko Agwa's sought-after "L.A Night", to the barely-known brilliance of Andre Maria Tole's Cameroonian gem "Sweet Dole". In other words, it's another essential selection.
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Cuts From The Vaults Vol 1
Cat: CFTV 001. Rel: 20 Dec 22
Roots/Lovers Rock
Shot (5:11)
Shot (Special dub) (4:19)
Bossarocker (Bossa edit) (6:05)
Bossarocker (Break On edit) (4:31)
Review: Cuts From The Vaults is the latest in a long line of "mystery" edit labels, with some of the material on show originally appearing on various obscure, now hard-to-find white labels at various points over the last two decades. The A-side features two tweaks of 'Shot' (AKA Eric Clapton's reggae-rock cover of Bob Marley's 'I Shot The Sheriff') - a slightly dubbed-out, reworked and extended full vocal version, and the arguably superior, groove-based 'Special Dub'. Over on the flip, 'Bossarocker' sees the Doors' 'Break On Through' get the rework treatment. The 'Bossa edit' is a bossanova beat-powered rework of a live recording, while the 'Break On edit' is a punchy, subtly breakbeat-driven revision of a bluesy studio recording. Superior edits of rock classics: don't sleep!
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Rapso Takeover
Cat: LER 1003. Rel: 26 Oct 21
Star Warz Rapso (6:45)
Wars In Space (dub) (4:07)
Dancin Shoes Rapso (6:51)
Ring De Bell (part 1) (6:41)
Children Of Soweto (4:12)
Rapso Take Over (5:44)
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Love Money (reissue)
Cat: SJR 519-12. Rel: 23 Mar 23
Funk Masters - "Love Money" (6:30)
Bo Kool - "(Money) No Love" (6:40)
Review: A momentous reissue of Funk Masters' 1981 disco/jazz funk hit. Out of print for over 40 years, 'Love Money' was a staple of the New York underground scene, spun everywhere across the city from Larry Levan's Paradise Garage to David Mancuso's Loft. With a low swung, funk-geared groove, 'Love Money', is a truly timeless track, encapsulating the sheer energy of disco, funk, and proto-house across eras. On the B-side, Bo Kool's '(Money) No Love' is a track steeped in historical significance - it's one of the earliest examples of UK rap. With nods to the reggae and dub culture at the root of the UK's club scene, it's no surprise to learn the track was produced by Jamaican reggae DJ and producer, Tony Williams. We're delighted to hear this lauded record make a triumphant return to record bags and dancefloors.
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Reggae Music (reissue)
Cat: KALITA 12016. Rel: 23 Apr 21
Reggae Music (4:53)
Reggae Music (instrumental) (5:55)
Review: This 12" on Kalita marks first ever official reissue of the highly sought after Michael Paul reggae-soul-disco gem 'Reggae Music.' It is something of a megabit that never was after first coming on the New York-based Revolver Records. Since then it has been hard to find, and even if you do find a copy, many are said to have some real sound quality issues. Either way it is now a bit of a grail for a certain sort of DJ so to have it here, remastered and nice and loud, is big news. As well as the languid and steamy original, there is a killer dub version on the flip.
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Body Beat: Soca Dub & Electronic Calypso 1979-98
Cat: SNDWLP 132. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Cito Jarvis - "Fighting Soldier" (5:48)
Roger Bain - "Stand Up & Rock Your Body" (instrumental) (5:29)
D Ivan - "Fire" (extended dub edit) (5:36)
Bill Campbell - "Body Beat" (4:24)
Brother Resistance - "Move It" (version) (5:52)
Adonijah - "It's Alright" (6:34)
Peter Britto - "I Want Your Love" (5:00)
Juno D - "Hotter & Hotter" (dub edit) (6:44)
Colin Jackman - "D'Jab Jab Dance" (Bad Lad mix) (4:23)
Levi John - "SOCA" (7:31)
Spiking - "Liberation Train" (7:52)
Mohjah - "Zion Gates" (dub) (4:21)
Andre Tanker - "Wild Indian Band" (6:22)
Touch - "Touch Music" (edit) (6:14)
D' Rebel Band - "Solid" (6:36)
The Millers - "Last Days" (5:57)
Chocolate Affaire - "Jump To Calypso" (4:04)
Review: The mighty Soundway Records label head Miles Cleret and DJ/collector Jeremy Spellacey turn their expert digging and curatorial skills to the Soca Dub & Electronic Calypso sounds of 1979 to 1998 on this bumper new triple pack. The 17 tracks touch on obscurities, instrumentals and dubs, vocal edits and all manner of roots, boogie, reggae, house, soul and disco gems. It makes for a never less than heart swelling collection that bring immediate sunshine to even the most rainy, cold days in the north of England. Highlights are plentiful, but our picks of the bunch are Bill Campbell's "Body Beat" which does exactly what it says on the tin, Adonijah's disco stomper ("It's Alright") and Levi John's "Soca", a lo-fi oddity with brilliantly loose drum work.
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Tags: Reggae Disco | Dub | Caribbean
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Ain't No Stopping Us Now
Ain't No Stopping Us Now (limited blue vinyl 12")
Cat: JIH 1001COLOURED. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Ain't No Stoppin Us Now
Ain't No Stoppin Us Now (version)
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Burkina Faso (feat Jura Soundsystem mix)
Cat: ERC 133. Rel: 17 Apr 23
Burkina Faso (Wagadugu Blues)
Burkina Faso (Wagadugu dub)
Burkina Faso (Jura Soundsystem Discodub)
Review: Emotional Rescue can be relied on to dig up obscure, left of centre dance gems and serve them up to newer, wider audiences. Adu's reggae-pop cut 'Burkina Faso' is a great example, re-purposed for the dancefloor without any of its original flavour lost in the overhaul. A
South Saharan/West African emigre to Brixton, Rauf Adu would go on to fairly sizeable European fame with the Eddy Grant-esque 'Human To Human'. This, however, is his 1982 debut for Copasetic Records, another reggae-pop inspired, ludicrously catchy effort with scorched electric guitar and a Compass Point-style drum/bassline providing rhythmic rocksteadiness. As well as the buffed up original, there's a dub mix, which gives his beautiful guitar plenty of room to breathe, and an appearance from the Isle of Jura Sound System boss Kevin Griffiths , whose remix completes the trio of mixes.
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Red Gold & Green Remixes (Knoe1, Warehouse Preservation Society mixes)
Cat: CSKNOE 072. Rel: 02 Mar 23
Red Gold & Green (Knoe1 Afro Boogie mix) (4:54)
Red Gold & Green (Warehouse Preservation Society bonus Beat dub) (3:10)
Review: Mikal Asher hails from the legendary reggae group Morgan Heritage and he was behind plenty of top musical moments. His vocal work here comes on top of original off stems from disco don Gary Davis, but served up with all-new fire in the form of two mixes by DJ and producer Knoe1 and Warehouse Preservation Society. Knoe1 goes first and flips the OG into boogie-laced funky stepper with squelchy bass and lush melodies. Warehouse Preservation Society then go for a more heavy, percussive and dubbed-out house cut that has tropical sound effects and humid grooves to make you move. All this comes on a mega limited 7" that is sure to vanish in quick time.
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Disco Reggae Vol 5
Cat: STIX 060LP. Rel: 05 Oct 23
Mato - "What You Won’t Do For Love" (feat Ethel Lindsey) (4:03)
Taggy Matcher - "Supernature" (feat Phoebe Killdeer) (5:23)
Mato - "Lady Marmalade" (feat Lady Gatica) (3:57)
Simon Nyabinghi - "You'll Never Know" (dub) (4:08)
Taggy Matcher - "Teenage Kicks" (feat Wolfgang Valbrun) (4:24)
Paula Mirhan - "Walk On By" (3:41)
Taggy Matcher - "That's The Way (I Like It)" (4:59)
Soul Sugar - "Still In The Groove" (5:06)
Review: Sometimes all you need is a classic with a stylistic twist. This is the fifth installment of the very functionally named 'Disco Reggae', a series of compilations of reggae covers of disco classics. French outputters Stix are the brains behind this one, being the sub-label of Favorite Recordings, who specialise exclusively in reggae remixes. Everything from slow-jam nighttime disco ('What You Won't Do For Love' by Bobby Caldwell) to high-energy glitterballers (Labelle's 'Lady Marmalade') appear here, flaunting the easier-to-bridge-than-you'd-think gap between disco and reggae.
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For The Love Of Money
Cat: BIGS 1015. Rel: 20 Mar 12
For The Love Of Money (7 Samuari disco remix)
For The Love Of Money (original album version)
For The Love Of Money (Mocambo Tropical re-version)
For The Love Of Money (Mocambo Tropical re-version instrumental)
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Disco Reggae Rockers
Disco Reggae Rockers (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SJRLP 516. Rel: 29 Sep 22
Devon Russell - "Move On Up" (3:48)
Crashers - "Flight To Jamaica" (5:12)
Valerie Harrison - "Fool's Paradise" (4:58)
Bill Campbell - "For The Love Of You" (4:02)
Risco Connection - "It's My House" (7:49)
Dave Barker - "Glow Of Love" (5:54)
Derrick Harriott - "Caught You In A Lie" (3:50)
Hortense Ellis - "Young Hearts Run Free" (3:31)
Ed Watson & Brass Circle - "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" (5:08)
Devon Russell - "We The People Who Are Darker Than Blue" (4:09)
Seventh Extension - "Reasons" (5:40)
Derrick Harriott - "Brown Baby" (4:06)
Ed Watson & Brass Circle - "Let's Groove" (4:20)
Pete Campbell & The Sunshine Girls - "Don't Let Love Get You Down" (3:42)
Webby Jay - "In The Rain" (3:48)
Glen Adams Affair - "Just A Groove" (3:18)
Review: Over recent years, there have been countless reissue of reggae-disco rarities and slept-on classics. Soul Jazz has, surprisingly given that they first dipped into the style 20 years ago on the now legendary Reggae Disco Hustle compilation, been surprisingly silent, so it's nice to see them joining the party in fine style. Disco Reggae Rockers is a fitting sequel to its illustrious predecessor, featuring as it does a wealth of killer covers of - and more adventurous 're-versions' inspired by - vintage soul, disco and funk tunes. The plentiful highlights include Devon Russell's inspired take on Curtis Mayfield's 'Move On Up', Risco Connection's super-sweet version of Diana Ross classic 'It's My House', Valerie Harrison's interpretation of Me'lissa Morgan's 'Fools Paradise' and Hortense Ellis re-frame of Candi Staton hit 'Young Hearts Run Free'.
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Disco Reggae Rockers
Disco Reggae Rockers (limited gatefold sun yellow vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code (indie exclusive))
Cat: SJRLP 516C. Rel: 29 Sep 22
Devon Russell - "Move On Up" (3:47)
Crashers - "Flight To Jamaica" (5:12)
Valerie Harrison - "Fool's Paradise" (4:58)
Bill Campbell - "For The Love Of You" (4:02)
Risco Connection - "It's My House" (7:49)
Dave Barker - "Glow Of Love" (5:54)
Derrick Harriott - "Caught You In A Lie" (3:51)
Hortense Ellis - "Young Hearts Run Free" (3:31)
Ed Watson & Brass Circle - "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" (5:08)
Devon Russell - "We The People Who Are Darker Than Blue" (4:09)
Seventh Extension - "Reasons" (5:41)
Derrick Harriott - "Brown Baby" (4:06)
Ed Watson & Brass Circle - "Let's Groove" (4:20)
Pete Campbell & The Sunshine Girls - "Don't Let Love Get You Down" (3:42)
Webby Jay - "In The Rain" (3:47)
Glen Adams Affair - "Just A Groove" (3:17)
Review: 'Reggae disco' might not be a very well-known style, but Soul Jazz are hardly intimidated by any sense of obscurity, especially when it comes to a fusion between their two most prized genres. Homing in on reggae disco versions of funk, soul and disco classics, this curt but precious compilation features reggae covers of classics by Michael Jackon, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Candi Staton, with coverers including Risco Connection and the Crashers.
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She Wants
She Wants (limited 12")
Cat: ISLE 023. Rel: 17 Oct 23
She Wants (6:23)
She Wants (More) (6:14)
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Can't Get Enough (Of Your Love)
Cat: FSR 125. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Can't Get Enough (Of Your Love) (Soul mix) (8:04)
Can't Get Enough (Nice Up - Reggae mix) (6:34)
Review: Last year, Freestyle Records reissued 'Tonight's The Night', the 1983 debut from West London outfit Take Three - a collaboration between production trio S.H.E (Steve Sinclair, Peter Hinds and Kevin Ellis) and lover's rock vocal harmony group Alpha (AKA Marlene Richardson and sisters Jackie and Jean Heron). 'Can't Get Enough', another gem from the band's vaults, dates from 1985 and was initially released as their final single. In keeping with the group's roots, it comes in two contrasting mixes: a gorgeously dreamy, glossy and glassy 'Soul Mix' powered forward by squelchy synth-bass, mid-tempo beats and jaunty, jazz-funk style keyboard riffs, and the 'Reggae Mix'. As the title suggests, this radically alters the tempo and groove of the track - it's basically synth-heavy, mid-80s lovers rock - whilst retaining key elements of the A-side soul version.
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Chi Town Reggae
Chi Town Reggae (limited 7")
Cat: SNDW 7028. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Chi-Town Reggae (3:46)
Hail Jah (3:52)
Review: Blending reggae, disco, soul, funk and roots - comes the reissue of the highly sought-after 7" from 1979 by Gypsy Fari, the first known reggae outfit from Chicago, born in the south side of the city after a chance meeting between St Kitts expat Leroy Webster and local music graduate Kevin Coleman. The pair set out to blur the boundaries of genre with their unique brand of music, spearheaded by Webster's Caribbean roots and fused with the soul and blues of the midwest.On the A-side, 'Chi-Town Reggae' springs out the gate with fast-paced disco-reggae, powered by a relentless rhythm section and Webster's infectious vocal melody. On the flip, 'Hail Jah' is a swaggering, deep roots reggae cut that pays homage to Webster's heritage - which he wrote on the hilltops of the outskirts of Kingston, Jamaica.
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Ambolley (reissue)
Cat: MRBLP 205. Rel: 18 Jun 19
It's High Life (5:00)
Walking Down The Street (5:30)
'Cos I Love You (4:54)
Cut Your Coat (5:18)
Adwoa (4:08)
Simigwa (2:02)
Franfranta (5:00)
Review: Initially released in South Africa in 1982, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley's sophomore set is now regarded as a boogie-era Highlife classic. Here issued on CD for the very first time via Mr Bongo, the album features the Ghanaian star brilliantly joining the dots between driving disco-funk, jazz-funk, intoxicating slow jams, calypso, dub reggae and his beloved highlife. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, with standouts including heavy percussion jam "Simigwa", the boogie-dub skank of "Adwoa", the down-low grooves of "Walking Down The Street" and the killer disco highlife anthem "It's High Life". Simply essential.
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Can't Stop Dancing
Cat: CRS 513. Rel: 15 Jun 18
Can't Stop Dancing (5:30)
Can't Stop Dancing (Disco mix) (5:38)
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What A Heat (reissue)
Cat: MISSYOU 019. Rel: 01 Dec 22
What A Heat (We Can Do It) (4:40)
What A Heat (We Can Do It) (extended) (5:22)
Phillip's Calypso (3:24)
Castro's Calypso (bonus track) (4:53)
Review: Do you know the Barefoot Man? It's the name of a German musician, George Now, who ended up in the Cayman Islands in 1971. He produced this record for Phillip Bodden and it is ripe with the nuances of West Caribbean island life from the slow-paced disco sounds to the naturalistic melodies. To suit this 12" an extended edit has been done for longer enjoyment of the original while the flip side has some bonus Calypso beats. The whole EP has been restored and remastered for extra listening pleasure.
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Green Leaves
Green Leaves (heavyweight vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: SRLP 031. Rel: 01 Feb 21
Mother Nature (4:12)
Feeling Good (4:57)
Green Leaves (4:14)
Korup Forest (In Africa) (7:16)
Isn't It Time (We Started Healing) (6:28)
Let Us Plant A Tree Today (3:48)
Review: It's back to 1989 for this classic bit of Nigerian ecological soul. Filled with six dubby manifestos to the beauty and importance of the environment and nature around us, Green Leaves has sublime vocals by the late, great, Guatemala born, Nigeria based Sheila Majekodunmi over an electric dub sound with old school synth sounds and nice rolling rhythms. This marks her only album as she sadly died in her forties. It's a great mastering job by Superfly that makes this an essential one for any time of year, but particularly as the weather starts to warm up.
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Cocaine In My Brain
Cat: CHAY 6091. Rel: 13 Apr 23
Roots/Lovers Rock
Cocaine In My Brain (5:12)
Marijuana In My Brain (extended mix) (3:36)
Review: The latest edition to the illustrious Charly catalogue - a re-release of Dillinger's most successful single from 1976, 'Cokane In My Brain' - marks a welcome return of this popular release to record stores. Listening to this release, it's easy to trace the figures the Kingston-born Dillinger has labelled as key inspirations in the sound he brings into existence - namely Dennis Alcapone and Lee "Scratch" Perry, the latter of whom he found himself under the guidance of following his big break in 1974 with the release of his single 'Dub Organizer'. There's a reason this achieved serious playtime - though not necessarily on the radio - worldwide following its release. A key release you certainly won't want missing from your collection.
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For The Love Of You Volume 2.1
Cat: AOTNCD 064. Rel: 01 Sep 22
Lorna Fletcher - "Just The Two Of Us"
Byron Walker & Sandra Edwards - "Don't Look Any Further"
Dave Barker - "Curious"
Valerie Harrison - "Fool's Paradise"
Chosen Few - "Don't Keep Me Waiting"
Sylvia Tella - "You Might Need Somebody"
Fallon Jennings - "All Night Long"
Pete Campbell - "Holding Back The Years"
Toyin Adekale - "Smile"
Derrick Cross - "Never Too Much"
Carl Johnson - "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much"
Trevor Walters - "Blood Is Thicker Than Water"
Review: Volume One of For the Love Of You was an instant hit and so it makes sense the irrepressible Athens of the North label has come back with a second volume. Once again this is a collection of soul covers featuring interpretations of Grover Washington Jr., Midnight Star, Meli'sa Morgan and Simply Red and loads more. The music is golden, the soul vibes rich, and the new styles brought to these classics is instantly appealing in a whole new way. As alwayss, this is another superb release from Athens of the North.
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Sexy Eyes
Sexy Eyes (12")
Cat: MISSYOU 030. Rel: 01 Dec 23
Sexy Eyes (4:10)
We All Need Love (3:44)
We All Need Love (extended) (5:26)
Review: If you like sensuous and slow motion grooves with hints of dub, reggae and disco all packaged up in super bawdy soul then look no further - this new 12" features a pair of singles that were first put out on 7" by Risco Connection's Otis Gayle. Up first is the glorious 'Sexy Eyes' which was a worldwide charting success and Dr Hook now brings new reggae vibes to his cover version, then on the flip is Domenic Troiano's 'We All Need Love', again with a mix of dubby disco and reggae stylings that have been draw out into extended format to make for a more lasting impact on the dancefloor.
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I Love U
I Love U (12")
Cat: GSA 02. Rel: 27 Sep 23
I Love U (6:02)
Funky (5:29)
Review: Geographic Sound Archaeology dig deep once more for the second release on their fledgling label. It's another lovely 12" that kick off with the escapist tropical charms and lovely naive 80s synths of 'I Love U.' The vocal is a smoky and soulful one with real passion as the tumbling drums and lush percussion make for a perfectly steamy and Balearic vibe. On the flip is something with more kick - 'Funky' has big horn energy and more snappy disco drums and lively leads that get you on your toes in no time.
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Youngsters Of Vienna
Cat: EHAW 007. Rel: 13 Apr 23
Kleine Segelschiffe (3:17)
Einsamkeit (3:40)
Review: Dug out from the hidden corners of Austria's music scene, Prinz & Prinz released just one track back in 1984 on the Youngsters Of Vienna Vol. 2 compilation. Now Editions Hawara have rescued that tune, 'Einsamkeit' and backed it up with a previously unreleased jam called 'Kleine Segelschiffe' which is a truly exciting find for anyone who appreciates early 80s private press grooves. Synths? Check. Dub FX? Check. DIY pop vocals? You betcha. If you love obscurities from behind the closed doors of bygone eras, you're going to be all over this record.
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 in stock $18.00
Slip My Soul On A Sweet Sunday
Sweet Movimiento (3:50)
Slip Life (4:45)
United Soul (4:43)
Sunday's Disco Dawn (4:16)
! low stock $17.48
Spell Bound (Beware Of Magic Charms)
Cat: DTWM 02. Rel: 26 Oct 21
Spell Bound (Beware Of Magic Charms) (6:57)
Revolution (Work Hard In Your Life) (4:54)
Review: The Dig This Way label outta Italy continues to build a fine head of steam with its stomping second disco release. 'Spell Bound' comes from PSK, and is taken from their one and only album Disco Season back in 1980. It was the opening track on that album, written by Austine Rigar and Jones Coakly, and is a bright, joyful groove. The big vocals bring exotic international flavours over the funky bass work, trilling drums and afro-tinged rhythms. ON the flip is another tune from that album, 'Revolution (Work Hard In Your Life)' that is all pixelated synth leads, afro-drum patterns and even a hint of ska swagger.
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What A Funky Night
Cat: FUNKSCAPES 004. Rel: 11 Jul 23
What A Funky Night (4:09)
Marihuana (Camera version) (3:15)
 in stock $21.46
Odo Bi (warehouse find)
Cat: GEMLP 001. Rel: 30 Sep 22
Odo Bi (5:03)
Oyef O (5:12)
Masem Aba (5:02)
Together (4:57)
Gyae Boni (4:49)
Gyae Su (4:46)
Lift Up Your Heart (4:48)
Oyefo (dub mix) (4:48)
 in stock $28.59
Survival Of The Fittest (reissue)
Survival Of The Fittest (reissue) (limited numbered 180 gram white vinyl LP with obi-strip)
Cat: TWM 97LITA. Rel: 18 May 23
Wait For Tomorrow (5:45)
Come Let's Go Dancing (5:10)
I Like It (Don't Stop) (6:24)
Survival Of The Fittest (5:28)
Together (6:06)
Adanma (4:32)
 in stock $29.92
Be What You Want To Be
Be What You Want To Be (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: CDSOL 46660. Rel: 09 Apr 24
In The Rain
Soft Touch
Keep On Dancing
Papa Doo
Be What You Want To Be
Why Not
 in stock $18.80
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