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Funky 45's

XClassic sounds on 45rpm 7 inch singles -- Northern soul, deep soul, funk, breaks, rare groove, sample tracks, modern soul, and jazz!



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✨✧ HolidaysNever Alone/Loves Creeping Up On Me ... 7-inch
Revilot, Late 60s. Very Good ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wonderful soul by one of Detroit's lesser-known groups from the 60s! "Never Alone" is the kind of soul that keeps soulboys digging through 45s to find the lost Detroit that never got issued on LP. The cut's got wonderful harmonies, and sweeping production by Don Davis, who also wrote the tune. Leon Ware handled "Loves Creeping Up On Me", which is a sparkling psychedelic soul number – featuring heavy guitar underneath, sweeping strings on the top, and kind of a late Motown groove in the hook! 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Vinyl has light marks but plays well.)

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Toshiro MayuzumiBeast Must Die EP ... 7-inch
Super Fuji Discs (Japan), 1959. New Copy (pic cover)... $22.99
A tense crime soundtrack from Japan – served up in a host of shorter tracks with a really evocative feel! There's a definite jazz bent to some of the music, but given the brevity of the tunes, most numbers don't have standout solos – just strong use of key sonic elements in a really moody, striking sort of way! A few numbers are more song-based – a bit like some of the best American crime jazz of the late 50s – and these tracks burst out nicely to unify the shorter numbers. The whole thing's a wonderful pastiche of short melodies, instrumental solos, and dynamic rhythms – almost as sonically evocative as the images on the screen for which it was penned! Titles include "Title Back", "Opening Theme", "The Beast Must Die Blues", "The Beast Must Die Mambo", "Track No 19", and "Track No 24". 7-inch, Vinyl record

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