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PTG (Netherlands), Late 70s/1980s.
The Masterpiece series has been running for quite a long time – and just seems to get better and better in the process! The range of tracks here is nicely expanded past those on early volumes – not straight disco or funk, but instead this great slice of overlooked club cuts that ... CD
Loma/Kent (UK), Mid 60s.
Mid 60s magic from a record label that only lasted a few short years – yet one that's gone on to have as much prominence for real soul collectors as the music of Atlantic and Motown! Loma Records was a small offshoot of Warner Brothers on the west coast – yet one that worked far from ... CD
Grapefruit (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. 3CD
A deep dive into one of the shaggiest scenes in London at the end of the 60s – the weird and wild underground of the city's Ladbroke Grove neighborhood, an area that some would compare to the Haight Ashbury scene in San Francisco! The work here isn't exactly the same as sounds coming from ... CD

Siegfried Kessler

Solaire
Futura/Souffle Continu (France), 1971. (reissue)
A piano trio set, but one that's unlike anything that Oscar Peterson or Ramsey Lewis might have recorded – as Siegfried Kessler really breaks the whole format down here, working in a very free setting with accompaniment from Gus Nemeth on bass and Stu Martin on drums! The energy here is very ... LP, Vinyl record album
7T's (UK), Early 70s. 4CD
A cool little package that goes way beyond the obvious glam rock numbers you might know from the 70s – and which instead shows just how much that musical moment penetrated the UK scene in the early part of the decade – served up here on a huge variety of tracks that we might not have ... CD
Mainstream/We Want Sounds (UK), Mid 70s.
A lost side of work from 70s funk powerhouse Mainstream Records – a company best known for its jazz albums of the early 70s, but one that also cut some great soul and club material too! Most of the work here came out only as singles, and wasn't nearly as well-circulated as the albums on ... LP, Vinyl record album
Tele Music/BMG (France), 1970s/Early 80s. 2LP
Great grooves galore – a sweet selection of tracks from the late 60s onwards, none of which were made available to the public at the time! The French Tele Music company was one of those secret sound library labels – recording top shelf tracks during the 70s, but then only passing them ... LP, Vinyl record album
Underdog (France), 2023.
A contemporary record, but one with a really vintage Brazilian vibe – thanks to superb vocals and guitar from Joao Selva, and just the right sort of additional instrumentation and production from Bruno "Patchworks" Hovart! If you know other Patchworks productions, you'll know that ... LP, Vinyl record album
Janus/Partisan, 1972. Gatefold (reissue)
The fantastic first album by one of the most unique funk groups of all time! A key part of the crumbling British colonial network that produced some excellent music in the postwar years, Cymande was comprised mostly of West Indians who'd emigrated to England in the 60s, eventually meeting up ... LP, Vinyl record album
Deram/Esoteric (UK), 1972.
Miller Anderson's a singer you might know from work in the Keef Harley Band – but here, he's a very different voice entirely – using his really unique sense of phrasing in a way that's nicely personal and surprisingly soulful at points – all with a quality that makes the record ... CD
Numero, Late 70s. 4LP Set
A beautiful tribute to the spiritual genius of Laraaji – a set that features both his debut album and six more extended tracks that were never issued at the time! That debut album is his legendary Celestial Vibrations – a beautifully trippy set of tracks from Edward Larry Gordon – ... LP, Vinyl record album
Sussex/Real Gone, 1974. (reissue)
The amazing second album from The Soul Searchers – even harder, funkier, and rarer than the first! This one blows away everything else the group have ever done – as the record has an angular approach that has the band taking a lot of weird twists with the grooves, creating these dark ... LP, Vinyl record album

Tony Rivers with The Castaways and Harmony Grass

Move In A Little Closer – The Complete Recordings 1963 to 1970 (3CD set)
Grapefruit (UK), 1960s. 3CD
Pure genius from the great Tony Rivers – a harmony pop talent who's not that well known on our side of the Atlantic, but who was one of the key maestros of Sunshine Pop on the UK scene of the 60s! Tony's not entirely at the Brian Wilson level, but he's not far off either – and his work ... CD

Salinas

Atlantis
Top Tape/Mr Bongo (UK), 1974. Gatefold (reissue)
A heavy-hitting album of keyboard funk that's right up there with the best Deodato work for CTI! Brazilian arranger Daniel Salinas was clearly influenced by the success that his fellow countryman Deodato was having in the US during the early 70s – and he's working here in a style that would ... LP, Vinyl record album

Pygmy Unit

Signals From Earth
Holidays (Italy), 1974. (reissue)
A really wild little record – and one that's as much a free jazz set as it is some kind of freewheeling freakout from the San Francisco scene of the 70s! There's a very primal feel to the music here – lots of percussion and reeds – including work on flute, alto, and soprano from ... LP, Vinyl record album
Dynamic Sounds/Soul Jazz (UK), 1975.
One of the hippest sets ever issued during the roots reggae wave of the 70s – and one of the most spiritual, too! The album's got a very special acoustic vibe at the core – earthy drumming that goes back to a pan-African tradition, these beautiful acoustic basslines that link the music ... CD

Francois Jeanneau

Une Bien Curieuse Planete
Palm/Souffle Continu (France), 1975.
The very first album as a leader from saxophonist Francois Jeanneau – and exactly the kind of set that shows why work on the French jazz scene of the 70s was so different than most of what else was happening in Europe a the time! The music is a mixture of free jazz and more swinging modes ... CD
Blue Note, 1973.
A never-heard live set from the mighty Donald Byrd – recording here with live accompaniment from the Mizell Brothers – at a level that's every bit as wonderful as their work with the trumpeter in the studio! The material was originally recorded during a same series of albums that Blue ... LP, Vinyl record album

Leones

Voyage
Star Creature, 2023.
Mighty nice work from Leones – an Italian duo, but one whose sound is a perfect fit for the Star Creature label – as they come across here with a really cosmic blend of drums and keyboards, often cut with plenty of jazz! The drums are live at most moments, which really opens up the ... LP, Vinyl record album

Count Buffalo & His Rock Band (Akira Ishikawa)

Exciting Drums – African Rock Party
Columbia/Lawson (Japan), 1969. Gatefold (reissue)
The drums are definitely exciting here – really tight rhythms that drive most of these cuts into a funky frenzy – even if the groove is more based on American soul of the late 60s than the African rock promised in the title! Most of the tunes are covers, but remade here as really hip ... LP, Vinyl record album
 



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