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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
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.
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 ... 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

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
Edsel/Demon (UK), Late 1970s/Early 1980s. 2CD
Don't worry about the discharge, and don't let the fever get you down – as this set's the cure, not the cause – a really well-done collection of disco gems from the glory days of the US scene – not pop cuts or radio hits, but the kind of underground tracks that kept things burning ... CD
Sugar Hill/Big Pink (South Korea), 1974.
Far and away the greatest album that Brother To Brother ever cut – and a monster record that's satisfying all the way through! At their roots, the band have an ensemble funk style similar to many other 70s groups – but they also add in a lot of jazzy changes and a nascent sense of a ... CD

Kenny Dorham & Jackie McLean

Inta Somethin (180 gram pressing)
Pacific Jazz, 1961.
A fantastic lost set from the 60s – one of the most hard-hitting jazz albums ever recorded by the Pacific Jazz label, and a unique session that's co-led by trumpeter Kenny Dorham and alto genius Jackie McLean! Dorham left our planet all too soon, and in his final years he was really ... LP, Vinyl record album

Ennio Morricone

Cosa Avete Fatto A Solange
Quartet (Spain), 1972.
A beautiful illustration of the balance of light and darkness in the best work of Ennio Morricone – and an obscure soundtrack that dances between both sides of the spectrum! The main theme is incredibly sweet – one of those lightly drifting Morricone numbers that features wordless ... CD
Universal (France), 1960s.
Wonderfully groovy sounds from a very special time in Italian cinema – that great 60s moment when soundtrack composers were really starting to work in modes that would set their famous film scores apart from American and other European work of the time! As the title hints, some of the ... CD
Coco/Charly (UK), Mid 1970s.
A fantastic dip into one of the coolest Latin labels of the 70s – the short-lived but incredible Coco Records – an imprint that was arguably even hipper than Fania, Alegre, or some of the other bigger indies of the time! The label was the brainchild of Harvey Averne – who you'll ... LP, Vinyl record album
Cadet/Big Pink (South Korea), 1970.
A damn legendary record from the last years of Chess Records – and for good reason, too! Archie Whitewater were a group that was years ahead of its time – a rock combo, but one with real genre-crossing sensibilities that made them perfect for the experimental styles at the ... CD

Juan Pablo Torres

Algo Nuevo
Areito/Mr Bongo (UK), 1978.
Totally groovy 70s work from Juan Pablo Torres – the legendary Latin trombonist who's known for years of great recordings, but who maybe still sounds his best on early albums like this from the Cuban scene! There's plenty of funk in the mix – thanks to electric bass, guitar, and other ... CD

Johnny Dyani

African Bass
Red (Italy), 1979. (reissue)
One of the most beautiful moments on record from bassist Johnny Dyani – a set that's very different than both his famous work in the Blue Notes group, and some of the more avant explorations he'd been doing on the London scene in the 70s – as the performance is nearly solo, save for ... LP, Vinyl record album
Enterprise/Big Pink (South Korea), 1970.
One of the few rare rock albums issued on the Enterprise sub-label of Stax – and like a lot of the rest, a set that was produced by the legendary Don Nix! The groove here is a rootsy blend of rock and R&B influences – served up with heavy Hammond amidst fuzzy guitar, bass, and ... CD

Les Sympathics De Porto-Novo Benin

Les Sympathics De Porto-Novo Benin Vol 2
Albarika Store/Acid Jazz (UK), Mid 1970s. (reissue)
Excellent work from a hard-riffing combo – a smaller group from Benin who work in this wonderful blend of guitar, bass, and percussion – topped with very cool organ lines that sometimes almost have a horn-like sort of vibe! Tracks are all nice and long, and have some familiar West ... LP, Vinyl record album
Harvest/Big Pink (South Korea), 1972.
A great mix of heavy rock and jazzy changes from Spontaneous Combustion – a trio who really live up to their name with a burning way of putting over a tune! The group loves the sudden changes in groove – a shared characteristic with the prog scene of the time, yet delivered here with a ... CD
Paula/P-Vine (Japan), 1972. (reissue)
Harmony soul heaven – and the only full album from The Montclairs! The group were a sublime vocal group from the 70s – one with a sound to rival The Whatnauts or The Moments, but which also had a bit more of the super-dope touches you'd expect from their look on the cover of the record ... LP, Vinyl record album
 



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