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DJ ESPDa Love Traxx ... 12-inch
Jasper Stone Trax, 1997. Sealed ... $7.99
... 12-inch, Vinyl record

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Funky LowlivesInside EP ... 12-inch
G Stone (Austria), 2001. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $2.99
4 very nice downtempo tracks, with more than a bit of Latin in the mix! The groove follows in the G-Stone mode – with lots of bass and heavy beats – but over the top, you'll find some sparkling touches that really make the tunes dance nicely. The tracks "Sohosun" and "Inside" both feature female vocals from Clare Szembek, and all tunes have some strong acoustic percussion grooving along with the drum tracks. Other titles include "Bellaluna" and "Bellabeats". 12-inch, Vinyl record
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✨✧ Carleen & The GrooversCan We Rap/Right On/Thing/Hot Pants ... 12-inch
Now Again/Stones Throw, 1971/1972. Near Mint- (pic cover, reissue)... $9.99
Carleen & The Groovers are one of THE monumental groups in the funky 45 scene of the early 70s – and they've got an incredibly tight sound that rivaled the JBs – with hard heavy drums, choppy scratchy guitar, and a blaring horn groove! Vocals are very upfront in the mix, and the whole thing's super raw. "Can We Rap" is a monster, and has appeared on the odd comp or two over the years – but "Right On" is even better! It's got a very nice breakbeat in the middle, and some cool strung-out guitar! "The Thing" and "Hot Pants" are two equally great – but lesser-known grooves by the group – and the whole single comes with a great set of notes on Carleen and the tracks! 12-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Detroit Sex MachinesRap It Together – Funky Crawl (J Rocc's edit)/Stretch (Egon's edit) ... 12-inch
Now Again/Stones Throw, Early 70s. Near Mint- (pic cover, reissue)... $7.99
Wicked funk from the Detroit Sex Machine – presented here in new edits that take the tunes even farther than the originals! All 3 tracks on the single have a fiercely appealing sound that's a blend of bad-stepping bass, tight snapping drums, and JBs-sharp horn work to cook the whole thing up! The new edits seem to only extend the breaks of the tracks even more – keeping the super-solid 70s funk approach – and if anything, making the tunes even funkier! 12-inch, Vinyl record

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