New Grooves — LPs

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Bugge WesseltoftBugge & Friends ... LP
Jazzland (Norway), 2015. New Copy 2LP ... $19.99
Bugge Wessltoft returns to a style that made us first fall in love with him many years back – a hip blend of jazzy instrumentation and more cosmic 21st Century touches – all wrapped up in that sweet style that first put Norway's Jazzland label on the map! Bugge's at the helm on Fender Rhodes and piano – but he uses the instruments with a much more focused, rhythmic style than some of his more recent mellower albums – working alongside a very hip assemblage of friends who include Erik Truffaz on trumpet, Joe Claussell on rhythms, and Ilhan Erashin on tenor! Like Wesseltoft, Truffaz and Claussell were both artists that really opened our ears over a dozen years ago – and working together here, the spring back to life with all the soul of the past. Make no mistake – we really love Bugge's recent albums – but it's also great to hear him and the other musicians working together like this too. There's a bit of vocals on the set – thanks to guest appearances from Beady Bell and Torun Eriksen – but most of the record is instrumental, and titles include "Play It", "Do It", "Faz It", "Breed It", "Make It", and "Clauss It". (Jazz, New Grooves) LP, Vinyl record album

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Various90s House & Garage – Compiled By Joey Negro – Part 2 ... LP
Z Records (UK), 1990s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $19.99
The 90s was a huge decade for dance music, but it was also a time in which some of the best work often got overlooked next to the hits – especially the kind of cool underground tracks compiled here! Back in the day, Joey Negro was making lots of great music like this – so he's a perfect choice to put together a collection of this nature – which really focuses on the deepest, most soulful sounds of the 90s house scene – and not the more commercial work that was cluttering up the charts! Lots of the tracks here carry that underground vibe that had sprung up in New Jersey and New York after the initial wave of house from Chicago – almost a return to some of the more deeply soulful modes of the disco generation after the colder beats from the Midwest, but still with rhythms that have all the sharp focus of house at its best. Titles include "Joy (Kerri's kaoz gone insane)" by Janet Rushmore, "Gotta Work (final take)" by Robert Owens, "Got The Bug" by Bougie Soliterre, "Ncameu (Ron Trent main mix)" by USG, "The Murder Track" by Mike Delgado, "Mighty Power Of Love (Mood II Swing vox mix)" by Leee John, and "That Special Melody (Q mix)" by Station Q. (Funky Compilations, New Grooves) LP, Vinyl record album
Also available 90s House & Garage – Compiled By Joey Negro – Part 1 ... LP 19.99

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