Norman Jay takes his Good Times groove from the London scene to the Australian one – but as with other great volumes in this series, the vibe here is mostly American – overflowing with a wicked batch of
rare soul goodies that are mostly from the 70s, plus a few choice cuts from more recent years! Norman's been spinning rare funk and soul for over 25 years – and through all that time, he's always been one of
the best cats to check out – as magical with a soulful cut as Gilles Peterson is with a jazzy one – blessed with a wonderful ear for putting things together, and mixing together rare gems and familiar cuts that sound even better in the Good Times context. This 2CD set is overflowing with goodness – and titles incolude "Never Be The Same" by Michelle William, "U Know What's Up" by Donell Jones, "Men Are Getting Scarce" by Chairmen Of
, "Kooks" by David Bowie, "Send In The Clowns" by Lorez Alexandria, "New Day" by Peven Everett, "Everything Is Great" by Inner Circle, "I" by Donaeo, "Conqueror" by Danny Clark & Jah Benham, "Living From The Mind" by Brick, "Happy To Be With You" by Jean Carn, "Take Me Now" by Tammy Payne, "Theme From Belle Et Fou" by Jazzanova, "More Of
Myself" by Light Of
The World, "Backstabbers" by Tina Turner, and "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" by High Contrast.