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New Grooves

XContemporary cuts in a variety of styles -- broken beat, downtempo, house, electronica, club jazz, electro, nu jazz, and more!

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Monday MichiruSelections '97-'00 ... CD
Polydor (Japan), Late 90s. New Copy ... $13.99
A great selection of tracks by one of the best soul singers of the past few decades! Japanese/American vocalist Monday Michiru's been one of the few new artists we've supported heavily since our "dusty" past – and this 12 track set is a wonderful sampling of tracks she's recorded over the past few years, years that have seen Monday move into a variety of new styles, ever expanding her creative range to always keep us coming back for more! There's some numbers on here that are lifted from hard to find singles, plus more that stand out as some of her best LP tracks of recent years – and titles include "Play It By Ear", "Emerald Life (Nunca Tan Fermosa Cosa Vido)", "You Make Me", "Chances", "Full Bottle Of Soul", "Do It Again", "Stop & Listen", "Supirar", "Fallin (Indian Summer mix)", "Chasing After The Sun (barefood n pregnant version)", and "Thinking Of You". (Neo Soul, New Grooves) CD
(Please Note – CD case has a sticker in Japanese on the back.)

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PrincessRed Hot (inferno mix, acapella, dub mix, 7" version, extended)/Programmed To Love You ... 12-inch
Polydor, 1987. Very Good+ (pic cover)... $0.99
(Soul, New Grooves) 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has light wear.)

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James Taylor QuartetDo Your Own Thing ... CD
Polydor (UK), 1990. Used ... $4.99
A pivotal album in the career of British organist James Taylor – and a great one! The record has James breaking past the standard soul jazz format of some of his earlier albums – into a more complicated jazz funk sound that's infused with the spacious 70s grooves of Johnny Hammond, and some of the more sophisticated R&B production that was coming out of England at the time, from groups like Soul II Soul and Brand New Heavies. Noel McKoy sings lead vocals on a number of tracks, and a bunch more are excellent funky instrumentals with a great 70s sound. Titles include "Oscar", "The Money", "JTQ Theme", "Samba For Bill & Ben", "Fat", "Peace Song", and "Love The Life". CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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