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✨✧ VariousLegacy Of Disco (3CD set – with bonus track) ... CD
Sony (Germany), Late 70s. New Copy 3CD ... Out Of Stock
A great little set of classic disco tracks, but one that also includes a few rare mixes too – all brought together in a monumental tribute to the sound of the east coast scene at the end of the 70s! The package is heavy on tracks with origins in Philly and New York – including a fair bit of Philadelphia International gems from the Gamble & Huff team, mixed with other work from the larger holdings of Sony labels – including Epic, Columbia, RCA, and Buddah at the time. There's a nicely unified feel to the whole thing – one that really makes us re-appreciate some of these cuts in the setting – and titles include unreleased cuts "Love is The Message (Danny Krivit edit)" by MFSB, "I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love (DJ Reverend P edit)" by The Emotions "You Can't Had From Yourself (Mike Maurro rmx)" by Teddy Pendergrass, and "Love Epidemic (DJ Reverend P edit)" by The Trammps" – plus the cuts "Don't Leave Me This Way (Tom Moulton mix)" by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, "Was That All It Was (78rpm version)" by Jean Carne, "Ain't No Smoke Without Fire (DJ Reverend P edit)" by Eddie Kendricks, "Bad Luck (Mike Maurro ext rmx)" by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, "Where Will You Go When The Party's Over (Tom Moulton mix)" by Archie Bell & The Drells, "This Time Baby (Tom Moulton mix)" by Jackie Moore, "You Stepped Into My Life (John Luongo rmx)" by Melba Moore, "I Love Music (Tom Moulton mix)" by The O'Jays, "See You When I Get There (Tom Moulton mix)" by Lou Rawls, "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This (DJ Reverend P edit)" by Idris Muhammad, "Taste Of Bitter Love" by Gladys Knight & The Pips, "It's In Your Blood (special disco version)" by Linda Hopkins, "Boogie Wonderland (12" version)" by Earth Wind & Fire, "Walk Right Now (John Luongo disco mix)" by The Jacksons, "Standing Right Here (Tom Moulton mix)" by Melba Moore, "Groovin You (12" mix)" by Harvey Mason, and "Dirty Old Man (Tom Moulton ext 12" mix)" by Three Degrees. CD

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✨✧ SwarvyStunts Vols 1-4 ... LP
Street Corner, 2016. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
An epic assemblage of timeless hip hop instrumentals from Philly-reared beatmarker Swarvy! It's got a wide range of sounds, funky at their core, with live instrumentation in spots and pretty irresistible vibe! Includes "Rising Sun/See The Sky", "Everyday Is Sunshine", "Love Muscle", "Boston", "Aquarian", "Stay", "Sketch", "Give To You", "Echo Park", "Stevie", "Dewitt", "Domino", "Dover", :"In The Dark", "Nana", "Bed", "My 1 And Only" and more. 40 cuts on 2LPs! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Howard TateI Learned It All The Hard Way – Deep Soul Classics 1966 to 1976 ... LP
Playback (Poland), Late 60s/1970s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A killer collection of work from the great Howard Tate – a stunning soul singer who recorded mostly during an initial decade in the studio, then briefly returned to fame in the few short years before his death – always with a depth and vibrancy that set him apart right from the start! Tate was born in the south, but raised in Philly – and as such, has this unusual blend of deep soul vocals and more sophisticated modes – heard most famously in his early work with producer Jerry Ragovoy, but carried on strongly in his 70s records too – all of which are sampled here, in a collection that includes material from Howard's sessions for Verve, Atlantic, Epic, HT, and Turntable Records! Titles include "Stop", "8 Days On The Road", "Question", "These Are The Things That Make Me Know You're Gone", "You're Lookin Good", "Get It While You Can", "Night Owl", "Sweet Love Child", "Ain't Got Nobody To Give It To", "Brand New Me", "The Bitter End", "She's A Burglar", and "My Soul's Got A Hole In It". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Various20 Years Of Henry Street – The Definitive Collection (3LP set) ... LP
Henry Street/BBE (UK), 1990s/2000s. New Copy 3 LPs Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
20 years of inventive, profoundly soul and funk infused, floor shaking dance music from Henry Street Music – given a top shelf anniversary showcase in conjunction with BBE! Since first breaking ground in the mid 90s, Henry Street has been there for some of best dancefloor guru's of their day, including Todd Terry, DJ Duke, Armand Van Helden, DJ Sneak, Kenny Dope, and Johnick to name but a few – with classic house rooted, but future ready grooves that stand the test the test of time. These tracks will continue to rock dancefloors until the end of days! The 3LP set includes 11 standout jams from the epic 5CD box set, with "The Bomb" (Kenny Dope Presents The Bucketheads 2), "The Funk Phenomena" (Armand Van Heldon Presents Old School Junkies), "Play The World by Jonick, "Snow Me The Way" (DK Sneak Presents The Polyester EP), "Walk 4 Me" (Robbie Tronco Presents Tronco Traxx), "Feelin' It (Rhythm Section Main Mix)" by Groove Culture feat Arnold Jarvis, "Feel The Thunder (Tommy Musto Mix)" by Stron Jay, "Byrdman's Revenge" (Mike Delgado PresentsThe Upstairs Lounge), "Like That" (Mike Rizzo Presents Tiger Blood, "Steal Your Love" by BQE and "D2-D2 (Timmy Register Shelter Mix)" by DJ Duke/Roland Clark. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousAin't I'm A Dog – 25 More Rockabilly Rave Ups ... CD
Sony, Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A treasure trove of rockabilly in an incredible collection – one that will completely change your mind about the role of the major labels in music! If you think that back in the day, the big boys only recorded mainstream pop and soundtrack albums, think again – because in the 50s and 60s, the big companies were taking a hell of a lot of risks with their recordings – bringing fresh young talent into the studio all the time, even just to cut a single or two for the label! Case in point is this stunning set of work recorded by Columbia and Epic in the late 50s – work that crosses over with some of their pop and country work, but which also represents some killer singles that rival the best raw sounds from the smaller indies at the time. The set list is wonderful – full of twang, sneering vocals, and hard-driving rhythms – and you'll be especially surprised at some of the rockers here by artists you might only know from more familiar country. Titles include "Everybody's Rockin But Me" by Bobby Lord, "Ain't I'm A Dog" by Ronnie Self, "Who's Been Here" by Commonwealth Jones, "Purr Kitty Purr" by Sid King & The Five Strings, "Flip Out" by Billy Brown, "Sugar Diet" by Charlie Adams, "Party" by The Collins Kids, "Where The Rio De Rosa Flows" by Carl Perkins, "Hurricane"by Joe Maphis and Larry Collins, "New Studio Blues" by Link Wray, "It's A Great Big Day" by Derrell Felts, and "Goin Down That Road" by Ersel Hickey. CD

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✨✧ Anglo Saxon BrownSongs For Evolution (with bonus track) ... CD
Atlantic/Soulmusic.com (UK), 1976. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Tremendous work from Anglo Saxon Brown – a Philly group who started out their recording career as Ujima on Epic, where they issued a handful of well-remembered singles – then changed their name and cut this one and only full length set for Atlantic! The album's a stunner all the way through – one of those sets that should have been much bigger at the time – and which, like the Ujima singles, has only gotten the group more and more attention over the years – as collectors and DJs have spread the word about its sublime soul sound! These guys are big – as you'd guess from the image on the cover – but they've got a tightness that's made even better by the Sigma Sound recording of the set – which merges their smooth blend of male voices and a female singer with some classic 70s Philly sounds. The album excels on both mellow cuts and groovers – and is still plenty darn fresh after all these years – a real under-discovered gem! The "Call On Me" is a nice smooth stepper, in a mellow pace that we really like – and "ASB Theme" and "The Grizzly" are some good funky club cuts – and other tracks include "Gonna Make You Mine", "Straighten It Out", "I'll Keep Lovin You", and "The Man I Love". Also features a bonus single edit of "Straighten It Out". CD

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✨✧ Walter JacksonOkeh Recordings Vol 3 – Speak Her Name (with previously unreleased tracks) ... CD
Okeh/Kent (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Unbelievably beautiful work – and possibly the greatest album ever from the mighty Walter Jackson! Jackson was one of the best singers to come out of the Chicago soul scene of the 60s, and his Okeh recordings are a perfect example of the city's sophisticated approach to Iceman soul – as perfected by Walter, Jerry Butler, and (later) Garland Green. The arrangements are by Riley Hampton, and they have a cold fragile beauty that lingers somewhere between a Scott Walker album and Riley's earlier work with Lorez Alexandria – and the no-filler selection of songs is one of Jackson's best ever– a range of work that really show his deep talents, and his maturing approach to a tune – proud, powerful, and a new level of adult sophistication in soul. Titles include the amazing title cut "Speak Her Name" – plus "Corner In The Sun", "My One Chance To Make It", "It's An Uphill Climb To The Bottom", and "Not You". This expanded CD makes the original album ever better – and adds in a full batch of 10 bonus tracks – some of which are unissued, others of which are rare singles from Jackson's later Okeh years, plus rare Epic sides. Bonus titles include "No Butterflies", "Ad Lib", "The Look Of Love", "The Bed", "Forget The Girl", "My Ship Is Coming In", "Road To Ruin", and "Just One Smile". CD

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✨✧ Lou ReedBerlin ... CD
RCA, 1973. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The "biggest" album of Lou Reed's career – in the grand sense – with epic production and a small army of superstar session players and production by spectacle specialist Bob Ezrin – but that's paired with arguably the darkest, gloomiest songcycle ever composed by Lou Reed! The dichotomy works, and Lou apparently agrees, having revisited the material in the mid aughties to great acclaim. Ultimately, this and the previous year's Transformer makes for one of the strangest and most incredible transitions over a short period of time in pop music history. Titles include "Berlin", "Lady Day", "Men Of Good Fortune", "Caroline Says" (I & II), "The Kids", "The Bed", "Sad Song" and more. CD

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✨✧ Bruce SpringsteenTies That Bind – The River Collection (4CDs/3DVDs/Book) ... CD
Columbia, Late 70s. New Copy 6CD/DVD ... Out Of Stock
An absolutely epic journey down The River – and it's one well worth taking – with more than 50 tracks on 4 CDs plus 3 DVDs! The original double album is prime classic Springsteen, circa 1980 – a few years removed at this point from the massive breakthrough that was Born To Run, and seemingly starting to let go of the darker tone of Darkness On The Edge Of Town, though still with some shadows of it. Definitely a creative high point, and a record we're always happy to revisit. Includes "The Ties That Bind", "Hungry Heart", "Out In The Street", "Fade Away", "Ramrod", "Rive All Night", "Wreck On The Highway", "Independence Day" and more. The box set also includes the first official release of The River: Single Album, recorded in '79 and intended as the follow up to Darkness At The Edge Of Town before Springsteen scrapped the idea and went back in the studio and ultimately released the fuller, farther reaching double album. It includes 7 songs from the eventual double, some with alternate lyrics and arrangements – and there's also a full CD of outtakes. The 3 DVDs include the great feature length documentary, a complete concert from The River tour in 1980, filmed in Tempe, AZ, plus disc with never before seen rehearsal footage. Comes with a heavy duty coffee table book, too! CD
(DVDs are NTSC coded, Region 0.)

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✨✧ Art WebbMr Flute ... CD
Atlantic/Wounded Bird, 1977. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A tasty batch of uptempo instrumentals by Art Webb – a lesser-known funky flute player, but one who played on a huge amount of Latin sessions during the 70s (check your session notes, and you'll see his name a surprising amount of times!) This fairly obscure session as a leader was produced by Patrick Adams, who also did all the arrangements and conducted the large backing group – in a sweet mode that's a mix of Adams' clubby work for P&P, and the tighter fusion that you'd expect to hear on Atlantic records at the time. Webb's flute lines soar over larger backings and some chorus vocals that come across with a more polished take on the P&P sound – a mode that's somewhere in the same territory as Bobbi Humprhey's great late 70s records for Epic. Titles include "Melon Grove", "Mr. Flute", "Smile", "Good Times In Life", and "Come and Get Some Of This". CD

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✨✧ YesProgeny – Seven Shows From Seventy Two (14CD box set) ... CD
Atlantic, 1972. New Copy 14 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Holy hugeness – here's epic (literal!) box full of live prog genius from legendary early 70s Yes lineup of Anderson/Wakeman/Howe/Squire/White – with 7 full length concerts from the 3 week period in the fall of '72! The shows include their Halloween gig at Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens, November performances at the Ottawa Civic Centre, Duke University, Greensboro Coliseum, University Of Georgia, Knoxville Civic Coliseum and Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum – each one the complete concert, never before released and remastered from the original multitrack tapes. Features "Roundabout", "Close To The Edge", "You Nd I", "All Good People" and other Yes uberclassics. Over 12 hours of music! CD
(Comes in a sweet fliptop box, too – very nicely done!)
 
 
 



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