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Bobby Hutcherson

Oblique (180 gram pressing)
Blue Note, 1967. Gatefold (reissue)
One of Bobby Hutcherson's greatest records ever – and a session that never got released at the time! The album's an excellent quartet session, one that's very much in the best spirit of Bobby's great Happenings album on Blue Note – and it features a similar group that includes ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)

Jarrod Lawson

Be The Change
Dome (UK), 2020.
Really fantastic work from Jarrod Lawson – one of those underground singers who should be huge, if the world had any justice! Lawson's a cut above, and completely his own singer – the kind of individual talent that comes along once in a generation, like Al Jarreau or Michael Franks ... CD (Neo Soul CD)

Heshoo Beshoo Group

Armitage Road
Little Giant/We Are Busy Bodies, 1970.
A rare South African jazz treasure – a set that's much more obscure than some of the bigger names of the scene, and which has a sound that's very different too! There's maybe a stronger American influence taking place here, especially in the rhythms, but also in the phrasing – and the ... CD (Jazz CD)

Freddie Terrell & The Soul Expedition

Soul Expedition (Japanese paper sleeve edition)
Lefevre Sound/P-Vine (Japan), 1971.
This one's billed as "the rarest funk album of all time" – but even if it wasn't, we'd still love it to death because it's so darn great! Freddie hails from the Georgia scene of the late 60s – and he's got a slow-burning approach to his music that mixes in a good dose of ... CD (Soul CD)
Blue Note, 1969. (reissue)
Incredible work from pianist Duke Pearson – a darkly-tinged album of grooves that surpasses all his other gems for Blue Note! The record showcases some great work from Bobby Hutcherson – slid into the mix in a really sly way, so that his jazzy vibes color all the tunes with an edgey ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)

Keith Jarrett

Budapest Concert
ECM (Germany), 2020. 2CD
Keith Jarrett in our favorite side of his talents – playing the long, improvised style that first made him a breakthrough artist on ECM in the 70s – and which still remains one of his most important contributions to the history of jazz! Even later years, Jarrett's sense of imagination ... CD (Jazz CD)
P-Vine (Japan), 1973.
The first-ever vinyl appearance of these stunning live tracks by the legendary jazz funk group Placebo – music pulled from their Three Days In April concert performance from 1973! The group are really on fire – and turn in a hard-driving performance that's heavy on Fender Rhodes from ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)

Heaven Sent & Ecstasy

Greatest Love Story
Jamieko/P-Vine (Japan), 1980. (reissue)
Heavenly soul from the start of the 80s – a sweet little indie set that's done as a tribute to Minnie Riperton and Kenneth Armstrong! The overall format doesn't have that much to do with Minnie, but the record's still pretty darn great – and the style is a mix of modern, mellow, and ... LP, Vinyl record album (Soul LP)
Blue Note, 2020. 2CD
The sound of Blue Note Records – reimagined, but by a younger British group of musicians who don't record for the label at all! The sound here is more like recent work on Brownswood, A22, or Impulse Records – as the collection features lots of great contributions from artists who are ... CD (Jazz CD)
Kling Klang/Parlophone, 1981. (reissue)
It's definitely a computer world when you're inside the mind of Kraftwerk – the machine made man, given a wonderful showcase here for the new decade! The sound is maybe a bit leaner and even more electronic than before – with the introduction of some digital elements, and a mix of ... LP, Vinyl record album (Rock LP)
Stone Dogg/Alive, 1973. (reissue)
One of Swamp Dogg's roughest and rawest albums of the 70s – a real down-home affair that's probably one of the clearest expressions of what Jerry Williams was trying to do with his character! The album was produced by Jerry in collaboration with Miami soul maestro Steve Alaimo – and ... LP, Vinyl record album (Soul LP)

Peter Bernstein

What Comes Next
Smoke Sessions, 2020.
Guitarist Peter Bernstein is standing on an empty New York street on the cover – a good indication of the June 2020 date on which the material was recorded – a moment that also seems to come through in the music as well! Bernstein's still got all those wonderful colors we love in his ... CD (Jazz CD)
Hook Up/Tramp (Germany), Late 70s.
Some of the most obscure work ever issued by Louis Silky Vincent – an artist who also worked for King Records, Westbound, and Stax – but who's out here on his own, on tracks from four rare singles cut for the Hook Up label in the late 70s! The work here is very bold and full-on – ... LP, Vinyl record album (Soul LP)
Dust To Digital, 1920s/1930s/1940s. 4CD
An amazing collection – and one that really lives up to the genius of the original Anthology Of American Folk Music put together by Harry Smith for Folkways Records! That groundbreaking set is the stuff of legend – a package that collected rare blues, folk, string band, hillbilly, and ... CD (Folk/Country CD)

Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, 9th Wonder, & Kamasi Washington

Dinner Party (with bonus download)
Sound Of Crenshaw, 2020.
A fantastic blend of jazz, contemporary soul, and hip hop – served up by a group who can really get the sound right – Terrace Martin on keyboards and alto, Robert Glasper on keyboards, Kamasi Washington on tenor, and 9th Wonder on beats! Vocals on most tracks are by Phoelix, who really ... LP, Vinyl record album (Jazz LP)
APS/P-Vine (Japan), 1979.
One of the most soul-based records ever cut by vibist Billy Wooten – a record that's even tighter and more focused than his work with The Wooden Glass or 19th Whole! The album's got Billy and other vocalists singing along with his vibes and marimba – over the top of tightly vamping ... CD (Jazz CD)
Universal/Edsel (UK), Late 60s. 3CD
A stunning collection of work from Kiki Dee – a British singer that most folks only discovered in the US in the mid 70s, thanks to a duet with Elton John – but one who gave her homeland some fantastic music in the 60s! The set's the first to fully dip into this part of Kiki's career, ... CD (Soul CD)
Kling Klang/Parlophone, 1986. (reissue)
A mid-80s gem from Krafwerk – a record that almost caught the world by a bit of surprise, and which showed that the four robotic guys from Germany were alive and well! The influence of Kraftwerk on the sound of early 80s music is undeniable – from rock to soul to hip hop – yet ... LP, Vinyl record album (Rock LP)
Kling Klang/Parlophone, 1974. (reissue)
A groundbreaking record from Kraftwerk – a set that unified the 70s worlds of analogue electronics and prog rock – yet somehow managed to set the scene for a whole new sound to come! The album's a treasure all the way through – slow-building, and with beautiful bubbling moments ... LP, Vinyl record album (Rock LP)
Just Sunshine/Tidal Waves, 1973. Gatefold (reissue)
Mellow soul, sweeping strings, and sweet electric keys – a stone 70s classic from Norman Feels – one of the greatest soul singers you've never heard before! The album's Norman's first (of two), and is a vastly under-recognized gem – the kind of record that easily stands next to ... LP, Vinyl record album (Soul LP)
 



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