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Patchworks Galactic ProjectSpace Remix – Surrounded By The Gobblins (NY*AK rmx)/Gobblins Are Gone (Kool Vibe's House rmx) ... 12-inch
Favorite (France), 2014. New Copy ... $13.99
Bruno Patchworks always comes up with new sounds to amaze our ears – and both of these tracks really live up to that legacy! "Surrounded By Gobblins" has this sound that's spacey, but also unusually slow – as if it's waiting to explode at a faster speed, but holds our attention even more because it doesn't – swirling in slowed vocals with really deep yet laidback beats, and these spacey keyboard lines that sew the whole thing together! "Gobblins Are Gone" is faster and more pulsating – a classic Patchworks style of groove – with lots of nod back to the deepest days of the underground house scene! 12-inch, Vinyl record

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Sunburst BandMoving With The Shakers ... CD
Z Records (UK), 2008. Used ... $6.99
Righteous club from Joey Negro and his legendary Sunburst Band – a contemporary group, but one who sparkle with a really classic 70s feel! The tunes here are completely sublime – upbeat, soulful, and soaring with an energy that few other groups can match – hardly a too-forced housey groove, and instead an organically flowing style that's really wonderful. And although the individual tracks stand out beautifully, Joey also put the whole thing together with a really "suite" sort of feel – a completely unified album that's way more than just a batch of dancefloor tunes. Vocals are by Leroy Burgess, Taka Boom, Pete Simpson, and Yolanda Wynns – and the album also features some great guitar work from Tony Remy too. Titles include "Rough Times", "Shabadowah", "Fashion", "Dusk", "Put A Lyric In It", "Days Gone By", "Journey To The Sun", "Turn It Out", "We Can Live Forever", and "Movin With The Shakers". CD

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Sunburst BandUntil The End Of Time Presented By Joey Negro ... CD
Z Records (UK), 2004. Used ... $6.99
A soaring batch of boogie from the Sunburst Band – the group's long-awaited second album, and just as incredible as the first! Dave Lee's really gone all out for this session – dipping back into his classic references to feature vocals by older club singers that include Norma Jean and Lucy Martin of Chic, Taka Boom, and even Linda Clifford – while still getting the group to groove in that instant-classic blend of clubby rhythms and jazzy riffs! The sound is incredible – like finding some lost indie disco album from the end of the 70s – steeped in soulful production, and coming across as a stone winner on every single track! Imagine the excitement you felt when you first heard Incognito – and at that, you've only got a small bit of the sound! Titles include "Twinkle", "We Will Turn You On", "Until The End Of Time", "Fly Away (parts 1 & 2)", "Far Beyond", and "Just Do It". CD
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Nostalgia 77 OctetSevens & Eights – Live At The Jazz Cafe ... CD
Tru Thoughts (UK), 2005. Used ... Just Sold Out!
An amazing step forward for Nostalgia 77 – working here in a live setting as an expanded octet, and jamming in a jazz-based way that recalls the hippest sounds of the late 60s and early 70s! The vibe here steps nicely off the group's earlier studio-based work – taking soulful ideas and expanding them wonderfully with live jazz instrumentation – in a way that sounds a heck of a lot like the best work coming from Blue Note or Impulse at the end of the 60s. Instrumentation includes tenor, trombone, trumpet, alto, piano, guitar, bass, and drums – and the tracks are long and well-crafted – often with searching themes that really stretch out nicely, but still have a slight bit of funk at the bottom. There's less of the club jazz sound here than you'd expect from other recent releases of this nature – and Nostalgia 77 have really gone one better, and shown off a deeper side we never would have expected! Brilliant throughout, recorded live at the Jazz Cafe, and featuring the tunes "Changes", "The Hunger", "Down Another Road", "Green Blades Of Grass", and "Watusa". CD also features the bonus "Hope Suite (parts 1, 2, & 3)" – nearly 20 minutes long, and previously only on vinyl! CD

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New VariousRewind! 4 – Original Classics Revisited, Rerecorded & Rewound ... CD
Ubiquity, 2005. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
This great series just keeps on getting better and better – and we've got no problem saying that we really love this latest installment of Rewind! As with previous volumes, the focus here is on older tunes, redone by current artists of the global groove underground – served up in a variety of styles that extrapolate the originals nicely. The difference here, though, is that the overall sound is massively funky – harder hitting than even the excellent previous volumes, and in a mode that goes way past the gimmick of a "covers only" album. Tracks include 5 exclusives to the set, plus a few that have been hard to track down in any form – and titles include "Evil Vibrations" by Rebirth, "Word Up" by Willis, "This Land Is Our Land" by Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, "Funky Nassau" by Orgone, "Just Like A Baby" by Sly & The Family Stone, "Star Of A Story" by Yam Who, "River Man" by Shawn Lee, "I Love You" by As One, "The Look Of Love" by Platinum Pied Pipers, and "7 Nation Army" by Nostalgia 77. CD