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New Roni Size/ReprazentIn The Mode ... CD CD format
Island/Talkin' Loud, 2000. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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New SonzeiraBrasil Bam Bam Bam ... CD CD format
Talkin' Loud/Harvest, 2014. New Copy Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the hippest records we've heard in years from Gilles Peterson – a wonderful project that brings together classic and contemporary Brazilian talents, and some key London artists as well! The lineup features giants from the sorts of older Brazilian records that Gilles hipped us to many years ago – like percussionist Nana Vasconcelos, and singers Marcos Valle, Elza Soares, and Wilson Das Neves – plus contemporary artists like Kassin on bass (he also co-produced too), and Seu Jorge, Lucas Santtana, or Mart'nalia on vocals – and great British artists like Ski Oakenfull on keyboards, Sean O'Hagan on guitar, and Bembe Segue, Valerie Etienne, and Rob Gallagher on vocals! The list of participants is even bigger than this – and the album was recorded in London, Brighton, and Rio – with arrangements by many of the participants too – all to create this complex criss-crossing of the classic and contemporary, British and Brazilian, all with the kind of 21st Century crackle that only Gilles Peterson could carry off this well. Titles include "Where Nana Hides", "Brasil Pandeiro", "Sambaio", "The Mystery Of Man", "Aquarela Do Brasil", "Estrelar", "Bam Bam Bam", "Um Toque", and "City Of Saints". CD

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New Young DisciplesApparently Nothin' (Large Professor rap, orig, Large Professor voc, the re-rub, soul river mix, orig inst) – limited clear vinyl promo ... 12-inch 12-Inch
Talkin' Loud/Mercury, 1992. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The cut "Apparently Nothin" was one of the best-ever soul tracks to come out of the UK, and was a beautifully deep bit of jazzy funk from this short lived British combo. The great Carleen Anderson (daughter of Vicki and Bobby Byrd) is on vocals, and the production and writing of the track is superb. When it was issued in the US, Mercury stupidly included a Large Professor remix of it on the album, and although that version is on this 6-track promo 12" single, you'll also get the original mix, and the sublime "Soul River Mix"! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Pressed on clear vinyl, in a stickered plastic sleeve.)

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New Young DisciplesRoad To Freedom (US version) ... CD CD format
Talkin' Loud/Polygram, 1991. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the greatest soul albums of the past 20 years – an instant classic the day it was released! When this killer came out in the UK in 1991, it was one of the best soul records we'd heard in years. Carleen Anderson, the then-unknown daughter of Bobby Byrd & Vicki Anderson, sung some of the deepest vocals we'd heard in years – and she was backed by funky soundscapes filled with references and homages to greats like Roy Ayers, Leroy Hutson, Leon Ware, 24-Carat Black, and many others – all now well-remembered artists from the rare groove years of the 70s, but at the time just barely-remembered echoes from the past who were being kept alive in the British soul scene. The record was (and is) impeccable – a wondrous treat for fans of the kind of rare groove material we stock at Dusty Groove – and it features stellar performances by the likes of Carleen Anderson, Master Ace, Johnny Lytle, Maceo Parker, and others! This US version features a few remixes from the original UK album – and titles include "All I Have (Young Ideas mix)", "Funky Yeh Funki (Mek It)", "Talkin What I Feel", "Move On", "Apparently Nothin (Soul River)", "Get Yourself Together (parts 1 & 2)", "Freedom Suite", "Step Right On (original mix)", and "As We Come (To Be)". CD
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New VariousBrazilica 2 ... CD CD format
Talkin' Loud (UK), 1997. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A killer set of rare Brazilian grooves – and one that pushes way past the first volume! Put together by two of the best DJ's in the world, Gilles Peterson and Joe Davis, and perfectly selected to illustrate the shift in the London Brazilian scene over the past few years. Titles include "Cravo E Canela" by MPB4, "Imprevisto" by Bossa Tres, "Mar A Tona No Leblon" by Celia Vaz, "Contemplacao" by Meirelles e Os Copa, "Mane Joao" by Wandalea, "Os Grillos" by Claudette Soares, "Agua De Beber" by Quarteto Em Cy & Tamba Trio, and "Falange Dos Tambores" by Robertinho Silva. Great all the way through, as you'd expect – and another wonderful set of grooves from Talking Loud! CD
(Out of print.)

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New Young DisciplesRoad To Freedom ... CD CD format
Talkin' Loud (UK), 1991. Used ... Out Of Stock
One of the greatest soul albums of the past 20 years – served up here in its original format! When this killer came out in the UK in 1991, it was one of the best soul records we'd heard in years. Carleen Anderson, the then-unknown daughter of Bobby Byrd & Vicki Anderson, sung some of the deepest vocals we'd heard in years – and she was backed by funky soundscapes filled with references and homages to greats like Roy Ayers, Leroy Hutson, Leon Ware, 24-Carat Black, and many others. The record was (and is) impeccable – and it's a wondrous treat for fans of the kind of rare groove material we stock at Dusty Groove. Yet when it was originally issued in the US, Polygram stupidly "hip hopped" up the whole thing: remixed tracks, dropped vocals, and generally made the whole thing a pandering waste of an album that sounded like just another weak DJ with vocalist effort. Here, though, we've got the album in it's original format – with 10 incredible tracks, and stellar performances by the likes of Carleen Anderson, Master Ace, Johnny Lytle, Maceo Parker, and others! A treasure, and one that still sounds as fresh today! Tracks include "Apparently Nothin", "Talkin What I Feel", "All I Have", "As We Come", "Step Right On", and the majestic "Freedom Suite"! CD
 
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New James BrownIn The Jungle Groove ... LP LP format
Polydor/Universal, Early 70s/1986. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Massive – and one of the best James Brown compilations ever, filled with rare and unreleased material! This completely essential set features tracks pulled from James' best years ever – the mighty early 70s, when he was working with the JBs, and laying down tracks that would forever change the face of funk! The tunes on the album are right up there with the best work on classic albums like The Payback, Doin It To Death, Hot Pants, and any of the other killer Polydor funk albums by James – and most of them were pulled from sessions for those records, and brought together in this format for the first time in the late 80s. The centerpiece of the set is a 9 minute version of "Funky Drummer", and other highlights include new versions of "Give It Up Or Turn It Loose (remix)", "Soul Power (mono re-edit)", and "Talkin' Loud & Sayin' Nothin (remix)". The set's also got bonus beats of "Funky Drummer", a long single take of "Hot Pants (She Got To Use What She Got To Get What She Wants)" (8:42 minutes long!), and the nice rare track "I Got To Move" – previously unreleased, and nice and long! LP, Vinyl record album

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New James BrownIn The Jungle Groove – Expanded & Remastered ... CD CD format
Polydor, Early 70s/1986. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Massive – and one of the best James Brown compilations ever, filled with rare and unreleased material! This completely essential set features tracks pulled from James' best years ever – the mighty early 70s, when he was working with the JBs, and laying down tracks that would forever change the face of funk! The tunes on the album are right up there with the best work on classic albums like The Payback, Doin It To Death, Hot Pants, and any of the other killer Polydor funk albums by James – and most of them were pulled from sessions for those records, and brought together in this format for the first time in the late 80s. The centerpiece of the set is a 9 minute version of "Funky Drummer", and other highlights include new versions of "Give It Up Or Turn It Loose (remix)", "Soul Power (mono re-edit)", and "Talkin' Loud & Sayin' Nothin (remix)". The set's also got bonus beats of "Funky Drummer", a long single take of "Hot Pants (She Got To Use What She Got To Get What She Wants)" (8:42 minutes long!), and the nice rare track "I Got To Move" – previously unreleased, and nice and long! Plus, this new version features the previously unissued extended mix of "Blind Man Can See It". CD

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New James BrownThere It Is ... LP LP format
Polydor, 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Raw power and righteous energy from James Brown – a set that still has all the best funk elements of his longer-form albums of the time, but which also packs an even stronger political message too! The vibe of the record is clear from the image on the cover – the most powerful since Payback – and James is even more focused in the lyrics, which bite harder than some of his other commentary of the period – while still allowing the JBs plenty of room to serve up some heavy funk in the process! Titles include the classics "Public Enemy #1" and "King Heroin", both hard soul political tracks – and the funkier side of The Godfather is represented by the killer cuts "Talkin Loud & Sayin Nothing" and James own version of "I Need Help" (which was also recorded by Bobby Byrd). The album also includes a great duet with Vicki Anderson on "Who Am I", the excellent title cut "There It Is", and a surprisingly nice version of "Never Can Say Goodbye" – as well as the single "I'm A Greedy Man". LP, Vinyl record album

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New VariousJames Brown's Funky People Part 3 ... CD CD format
Polydor, Early 70s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Amazing – and the best yet in this legendary series! Like the other volumes, this is a collection of funky work produced by James Brown for other artists, most of it lifted from his legendary People Records imprint. However, unlike the others, or at least unlike the first volume, this volume's got some amazing stuff that almost never shows up on other reissues – and it's even got some incredible unreleased material! The whole thing's a super-heavy super-funky dip into some of the rarest James Brown-related material you can find – if you can find it at all in any other format. Titles include "Pick Up The Pieces One By One" by AABB, "There Was A Time" by Dee Felice Trio, "Doin The Do" by Bobby Byrd & The JBs, "Who Knows" by Beau Dollar, "Talkin Loud & Sayin Nothin (original rock version)" by James Brown, "Mr Hot Pants" by The Believers, "Give It Up Or Turnit Loose" by Lyn Collins (a 45-only track), "How You Gonna Get Respect?" by Hank Ballard, "Hang Out & Hustle" by Sweet Charles (a 45-only track), and "Blow Your Head (undubbed version)" by The JBs! Great stuff – and at this price, you'll be funky and rich! CD
 
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Boom Bip & Dose OneCircle ... LP LP format
Mush, 1999. Very Good+ 2LP ... $18.99
Some self proclaimed "Avant Hip Hop" from the label that brought you the intellectualisms of Clouddead. Dose One & Boom Bip stitch up some abstract lyrics and off kilter beats for your eardrums. Tracks include "The Bird Catcher", "Dead Man's Teal", "Directions To California", "Questions Over Coffee", "21 To 35", "Slight", "Sleep Talkin", "Gin", "Goddamn Telephone", "Me & People", "Wishful Thinking", and others. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousAcid Jazz Classics – The Finest Club Jazz Tracks From The 90s Till Now ... CD CD format
Irma (Italy), 1990s/Early 2000s. New Copy 2 CDs ... $18.99
The Irma label first started to brighten our life about 20 years ago – when the Italian imprint moves from club and house to the realm of funk and soul – standing strong as one of the first and best labels of the 90s to bring back the sounds of the 70s! True, the movement had first started with the UK labels Acid Jazz and Talking Loud – but by the mid 90s, they were flagging a bit – and Irma stepped into the fray with a huge amount of excellent recordings – lots of which you'll find in this excellent 2CD set! Don't let the "acid jazz" in the title throw you off – because this isn't outdated work at all, or gimmicky house tracks with jazz – and instead, most of these numbers rely strongly on the kind of older jazz, funk, and soul styles we love from the 70s – but take the music into a great new dimension. 2CD set features 30 tracks in all – including "Anamaria" by Key Tronics Ensemble, "Tribute To JB Family" by The LTJ Sound Machine, "Keep Yourself Together" by Gazzara, "Ever Gonna Make It" by Sarah Jane Morris, "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" by Bossa Nostra with Vicki Anderson, "The Ghetto" by Jestofunk with Fred Wesley & Ce Ce Rogers, "Airplane" by Black Mighty Orchestra, "Tokio Station" by Ohm Guru, "Spinning Wheel" by Capiozzo & Mecco, and "Amor Ideal" by Soul Quality Quartet. CD
 
 
 



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