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Neo Soul

XThe best of the contemporary soul underground -- Eric Roberson, Ed Motta, D'Angelo, Incognito, Jose James, Monday Michiru, and many more!



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Riverside/Jazzman (UK), 1960s/Early 1970s.
A set that looks at the surprisingly strong contribution to spiritual jazz from the Riverside Records label – a company best known for their late 50s/early 60s classics from Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, and others – but one who also allowed enough artistic freedom for other artists on ... CD

Tony Oxley Quintet

Angular Apron
Corbett vs. Dempsey, 1992.
A brilliant album-length improvisation headed up by drummer Tony Oxley – done at a time when he was serving up some of his best recordings on the European scene – a legacy to which this never-issued performance can be added! The set is completely on fire throughout – Oxley at his ... CD

Akira Miyazawa

CAE (Japan), 1992.
A wonderful later album from Japanese tenor giant Akira Miyazawa – one of the players who really helped the scene find its own sound back in the 60s, still sounding wonderful here decades later! Miyazawa's tone and timing are superb – and the album's a set of duets with the pianist ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 1970s/Early 1980s.
A really cool set that documents the rise of the synthesizer in sound library music – not the weird, offbeat electronics that were getting recorded in the late 60s – but more tuneful, keyboard-based modes that really transformed the scene at the time, and helped change up the way sound ... CD
Tomorrow International/P-Vine (Japan), 1976.
Quite possibly the funkiest album ever recorded by saxophone legend Nathan Davis – a sweet little session with plenty of electric touches! The sound here differs greatly from Davis' 60s work on the European scene – his amazing albums for MPS and Polydor – and the record's awash ... CD
DIW/Super Fuji Discs (Japan), 1988. 2CD
A classic Arkestra live set from the end of the 80s – beautifully recorded, and put together with a lot more dynamic energy than some of the less professional Sun Ra live dates from the time! The set runs for nearly an hour in length, and tracks are long, but often quite focused – ... CD
Groove Merchant/Mr Bongo (UK), 1970.
One of the funkiest albums ever from Junior Parker – a great little set that shows he had a lot more to offer than just the average bluesman! The album's got a nice little soul sound in the backings – tight rhythms from Horace Ott, who nicely avoids a lot of the cliches that the blues ... CD
Acid Jazz (UK), 1960s/Early 1970s. 2LP Gatefold
A second set of tracks chosen by the hip British duo of Martin Freeman and Eddie Piller – the former a well-known actor, the latter the man who founded the Acid Jazz label many years back! In some way, the set's similar to some of the compilations that were first showing up in the early ... LP, Vinyl record album
NM/P-Vine (Japan), 1999. 2LP (reissue)
A really unusual late life project from the great Weldon Irvine – one done after a decade or more of having an influence on hip hop, which then led Weldon to create a hip hop album of his own! There's a nice vibe here that almost updates the style of his 70s Time Capsule record – as if ... LP, Vinyl record album
BTF/Italian Golden Mondo (Japan), 1973.
Fuzzy funk from the Italian scene of the early 70s – a really landmark record that ties together all the best elements happening in the soundtrack, sound library, and psych scene at the time! The group features two guitars and lots of organ and keyboards from the leader – really ... CD
Flying Dutchman/Acid Jazz (UK), 2023.
A great return to form for the legendary Flying Dutchman label – born anew here with a killer album of righteous soul from the legendary Billy Valentine! Billy's no stranger to music, but he sounds better than we might have expected – in part because he gets backings throughout from a ... CD

Tristan Honsinger

From The Broken World
CAE (Japan), 1992.
Fantastic work from a time when Tristan Honsinger was really making some genre-breaking music – playing cello here in a free jazz-styled setting – in a trio that features the great trumpeter Toshinori Kondo, and pianist Shibuya Takeshi, who also plays organ too! As with the other ... CD

Margo Guryan

Words & Music
Numero, Late 1960s/Early 1970s. 2CD
A really fantastic set of work from the wonderful Margo Guryan – songwriter of some of the hippest tunes of the late 60s scene, and one who only gave the world one full album of music before stepping aside from the studio! Margo's got roots in jazz, but also comes across with a cooler, more ... CD
Crown/P-Vine (Japan), 1963. (reissue)
Something of a full-length debut for the great Ike Turner – and a set that brings together some of his key moments working as a powerhouse for the RPM/Crown label in the 50s! Ike's on guitar on most of these tracks, and he sings too – but he's also a force at the helm of the ... LP, Vinyl record album

Orchestre Les Volcans Du Benin

Orchestre Les Volcans Du Benin Vol 1
Albarika Store/Acid Jazz (UK), Mid 1970s. (reissue)
A great group from 70s Benin, and one who issued this smoking set on the legendary Nigerian label owned by the Albarika Stores! The tracks have an unusual blend of elements – West African guitar work, occasional mambo influences, and just a slight touch of funk at the start – all ... LP, Vinyl record album
Mercury/Big Pink (South Korea), Early 1970s.
An insane record – and one of the strangest moments in pop music during the early 70s! Coven are best known to most folks for cutting the message-oriented, sweet folk tune "One Tin Soldier" – but here, they change course completely – and offer up a whole album dedicated ... CD

Art Blakey with Barney Wilen

Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Fontana/Universal (France), Late 1950s. Gatefold (reissue)
One of the greatest non-blue Note albums ever recorded by Art Blakey in the early days – an album that was originally only ever issued in France, as the material here was done for a great new wave film directed by Roger Vadim! The vibe here is nicely different than some of the more familiar ... LP, Vinyl record album

David Murray

Intakt (Switzerland), 2024.
A really fantastic album from David Murray – a no-nonsense session that's a real return to the kind of fresh tenor genius he was bringing the world in the 80s! This is a set with a quartet that swings – and Murray blows tenor and a bit of bass clarinet with the kind of raspy warmth and ... CD
Chess/Jazzman (UK), Late 1960s. (pic cover)
Some of the greatest tracks ever recorded by Marlena Shaw – served up in one groovy package! The set begins with her romping 7" version of "California Soul" – totally righteous, with a mix of funky clapping rhythms and soaring strings in the best Cadet/Concept mode! ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Salsa/Vampi Soul (Spain), Early 1970s. (reissue)
Proof that hard Latin didn't always happen on the uptown scene – and a self-titled cooker from this legendary combo from Brooklyn! The record's a killer all the way through – done with some very deep, dark trombone that colors the session like the best of Johnny Colon's material from ... LP, Vinyl record album

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