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Aroop RoyNomadic Soul ... CD
Freestyle (UK), 2010. Used ... $3.99
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DJ Cam QuartetDiggin ... CD
Inflamable/Culture Factory (Japan), 2009. New Copy ... On January 15, 2015 (delayed)
Jazzy soul sounds from DJ Cam – with the legendary DJ and players working some magic with soul jazz classics by Bobby Hutcherson, Roy Ayers, Freddie Hubbard, Donald Byrd and more! Laidback, soulful and jazzy – with several tunes featuring InLove. Titles include "Nebulosa", "Montara", "Everybody Loves The Sunshine" feat InLove, "Boss Guitar", "Little Sunflower" feat InLove, "You've Got TO Have Freedom" feat InLove and more. CD

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✨✧ Various2000 Black Records Presents The Good Good ... CD
Planet E, 2000. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great collection of modern soulful tunes – pulled together by the 2000 Black label, an imprint which takes its name from the famous Roy Ayers tune of the same name! Choosing Roy as a reference point would be a difficult thing to live up to for most other labels – but the 2000 Black posse do a damn good job of living up to Roy's legacy here, taking the positive spiritualism that infused his classic work, and using it to inform a whole new set of experiments in modern music. Roy's present on a remake of "2000 Black" done with MM Black, and the set is rounded out by 11 more like minded numbers: "Brand New Day" by Pavel Kostiuk, "Future Past" & "Space Junky" by Nubian Mindz, "Into The Now" by Seiji, "Terah" by Nu Era, "Sunnin" by Catalyst, "Groovesome" by Domu, "Nu Way" by Kuni, "Avenues" by Titonton, "Diamondstone" by Somatik and "The Mind" by Da One Way featuring Bembe Segue. CD

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✨✧ Nathan HainesPoet's Embrace ... CD
Haven/Warner (UK), 2012. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really great change for saxophonist Nathan Haines – and that's saying a heck of a lot, given how much we already liked him before! The set's a straight jazz outing – of the kind that really lets Haines' strengths on reeds shine forth beautifully – soaring out soulfully in ways that are quite different than his more groove-oriented recordings – yet still equally soulful! Nathan's tenor is wonderful – as deep in tone and rich in feeling as some of the greats of the 60s generation – yet informed with a slight spiritual sense of phrasing as well, even though the overall production and setting is downright classic. The group's a quartet – with Kevin Field on piano, Alain Koetsier on drums, and Thomas Botting on bass – and titles include the Haines' originals "Realisation", "Universal Man", "Ancestral Dance", "The Poet's Embrace", and "Consequence" – plus a version of Roy Brooks' "Eboness". CD

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