Mighty choice vinyl in the new arrivals today!


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Chess/Kent (UK), Late 60s.
Chicago meets Muscle Shoals – a monumental moment in late 60s soul that's never fully been given its due before! The set brings together work from the late 60s period in which Chicago's Chess Records issued a slew of incredible singles recorded at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals – deep ... CD
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Cavril Sings
Ruval/Production Dessinee (Japan), 1971.
A rare gem from Cavril Payne – the sister of saxophonist Cecil Payne, and a wonderful singer who works in an equal blend of jazz and soul! The mode's a bit like Nancy Wilson, but Cavril's a lot more loose and free – and the tunes are often a lot more upbeat, too – with this ... CD
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Isradisc/Production Dessinee (Japan), 1973.
An incredibly soulful set from the Israeli scene of the early 70s – a record that's quite spiritual overall, with a vibe that's almost Strata East in its approach! The group is less of a workshop than a tight quartet led by saxophonist Albert Piamenta, and featuring piano, bass, and drums ... CD
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RCA/Real Gone, Early 70s. 2CD
A treasure trove of deep soul material from the mighty Wilson Pickett – four full albums recorded for RCA Records in the 70s, plus a number of singles too! Pickett's probably best known for his early work at Atlantic, but the singer really continued to grow on these records – working ... CD
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Disco Connection
ABC/Stax (UK), 1975.
Don't hold the "disco" in the title against Isaac – because the album's still a really nice one, and by no means a cheap sell-out affair! The set was recorded in Memphis, with backings by the classic Movement combo – and although the tunes do have a "sweetened" ... CD
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Invite The Light
Stones Throw, 2015.
Dam Funk does it again – really blowing us away with his crispy fresh version of funk – one that's a perfect fusion of old school modes from the 70s and 80s, and some of the more cosmic touches of the current century! The approach uses lots of splash on the keyboards and beats – ... CD
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Resistance
Strut (UK), 2015.
Hard to resist the groove of a group this great – one of the longer-running Afro Funk combos around, and one of the best too! The group definitely have a touch of the soulful jazz promised by their name – thanks to strong solos on alto, tenor, and baritone – which often break out ... CD
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Love Lite
Elektra (Japan), 1979.
A killer from Shadow – a modern soul trio who are perhaps best remembered for the work they did with Leon Ware, but who sound pretty darn wonderful here on their own! The record's got a nice sense of groove, but also goes for that perfect midtempo balance that we love in the great run of ... CD
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Ace (UK), Late 30s/1940s/1950s/1960s/Early 70s.
A weird idea for a collection, but a great one too – a set that brings together a batch of train-themed tunes from the 60s, and uses the transportation narrative as a way to unlock ideas of personal freedom and social change! The "train" here isn't just a gimmick – and ... CD
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Get To This
Motor City Hits, 2015.
Great great great work from LJ Reynolds – a singer we've loved since his 70s work in the Dramatics, and one who's never let us down! Round these parts, Reynolds has had an extra special role as a solo artist whose later recordings have always been big on the steppers scene – and this ... CD
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Kent (UK), 1970s/Early 80s.
One of the most supremely soulful compilations we've heard in years – and easily the deepest in this series to date! From the start, Kent's Masterpieces Of Modern Soul collections have been all about bringing rare gems to fresh ears, and they've really outdone themselves here. A solid ... CD
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Cineploit (Austria), 2015.
Totally great work from Sospetto – the group's third album, and their best so far! The approach here follows in Sospetto's previous mode of remaking older soundtrack styles – but the album's even more elaborate and involved, given that the group create four different mini film scores ... CD
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Roulette/Warner (Japan), 1962.
Hardly the hits promised in the title – and instead a whole host of wonderful tunes from the Count Basie band – including a fair number of original compositions by Frank Wess, Frank Foster, Thad Jones, and other members of the group! The sound here is that perfect Basie sound on ... CD
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Stompin' At The Savoy – Live
Warner/Big Break (UK), 1983.
One of the last albums that Rufus and Chaka Khan ever recorded together – and one of the best, as well! The set's a surprisingly great blend of live material and studio cuts – concert material taking up three sides of the 2LP set, and studio tracks on the last side – working ... CD
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Rhythm Machine
Columbia/Fania, 1977. (reissue)
One of the proudest moments of the New York Latin underground – a time when some of its best players wound up playing for Columbia, through a brief affiliation between Fania and the larger label! And although you might think that the album would totally sell out the group's best points, it's ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Cosmic Round Up
Elektra (Japan), 1985.
There's a Roger Troutman groove all over this album from Human Body – no surprise, since Roger plays guitar, keyboards, and bass – and even produced the album himself! The style's kind of a left-of-center take on the Zapp groove of the time – a bit rougher and more street-consciou ... CD
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Ba Da Bing, Late 50s/1960s/Early 70s/Mid 90s. 3CD
Stunning work from Jackson C Frank – an artist who's mostly known for his one crucial 60s album on Columbia Records – but who gets a huge amount of exposure here in a full series devoted to his recordings! That legendary self-titled album was issued in 1965 – and has that ... CD
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Fresh Idea
Qwest/Warner (Japan), 1983.
A definite fresh idea from Deco – a duo that features Philip Ingram on keyboards and vocals – with lots of help from Zen Giles on additional vocals and guitar! The pair harmonize together beautifully – with a sound that's as full as most of the groups of the time, but not nearly ... CD
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Cineploit (Austria), 2015.
A very cool tribute to the music of the great Riz Ortolani – not the full orchestral sounds that first got Riz noticed back in the 60s, but his later music for creepier, schlockier films of the late 70s and beyond – with a very cool range of crime and horror modes throughout! The music ... LP, Vinyl record album
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Show Up (Germany), 1970s/Early 80s.
A great installment in one of our favorite sound library series ever – one of the few we can really trust for consistently funky, consistently soulful work every single time – with a top-shelf level of grooves like this! These guys really dig hard to get past the obvious – and ... CD

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