A smoking collection of work from the Mecca – music that represents more of a modern soul vibe than some of the Northern Soul work that was big on the same scene at the time! Artists and tracks include "Once I've Been There" by Norman Connors, "Without You Baby I'm A Loser" by Fresh Flavour, "Soulful Love" by Cecil Holmes, "We Can Make It Better" by Rena Scott, "Living Inside Your Love" by Phyllis Hyman, and "Take Me I'm Yours" by Michael Henderson – plus more by Jimmy Norman, Bobby Wilson, The Modulations, The Futures, Mel Williams, and Margie Evans. LP, Vinyl record album
An overlooked gem from Finnish hard rock powerhouse Kalavala – renamed here as an Orchestra, but still working with the lean, sharp sound of their previous two albums! There's a nice evolution here from the earlier sound of the Scandia scene – maybe a bit of northern inspiration thrown into the music, which seems to elevate things to a new level – as does the subtle but sophisticated production! Titles include "Panamanian Red", "Playground", "Highland Temple", "Brown'll Suit You", "Forever Train", "Silver Fish", and "Lighthouse". LP, Vinyl record album
The second step into the world of Cousin Zaka from French producer Blundetto, and one that's maybe even more powerful than the first – really continuing the journey of warmer, more organic music that Blundetto's been giving us in recent years – all at a level that's a lot richer than you might guess from the spare cover image on the set! The album's a bit of a nod to the world of sound library music, and some tracks here have the stark rhythms of funky 70s library groove – but overall, the record's got a lot more depth, and even though the tracks are instrumental, they may have a lot more going on than some of Blundetto's earlier work for singers. Titles include "West Highland", "Les Dumands", "La Puce", "Count Duke", "Nanana", "Les Fleurs De Carole", and "Melloguinche". LP, Vinyl record album
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