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Fast, frenetic funk – a romping 60s take on "James Brown's Boogaloo" – done at a level that's even rawer than the original from The Godfather himself! The guitar moves super-fast – cutting the tune with a razor-sharp rhythm that's then peppered with burning organ lines ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Loads of fast-riffing guitar on this one – starting the tune up like a buzzsaw, and recorded with a great sort of echo – which really gives the whole track a classic funky 45 feel! And speaking of buzzsaw, there's some moogy bits that blast into the mix too – sounding almost like ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
The rare early 70s funky treasure by Harmonica Paul! You might think from his name that Harmonica Paul would be more of a blues figure, but this here gem is a nicely simmering funky soul tune. The groove is raw, but absolutely killer – with Harmonica Paul singing and playing guitar – ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
A rare Turkish groove – and a totally cool little tune – really unlike most of the other Turkish work we've heard from the time! "Kiriakos" moves along at a pretty quick kind of pace – fast rhythms leaping around strongly, peppered with fast organ lines too, all driven ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Some mighty dubby funk from Solo Hit – recorded at a time when he was still working with Victor Uwaifo, and in a style that feels like Nigerian grooves recorded at King Tubby's! There's a mighty echo to the music – so that the rhythms kind of blast up from the bassy bottom, and feel ... 7-inch, Vinyl record