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Polydor/Cree (Germany), Mid 70s. New Copy
Stunning soul from the 70s – a host of rare tracks that mostly appeared as short-lived singles on Polydor – really lost to the shifting sands of time amidst the bigger acts on the label! The work here rivals the best of the best from the time – particularly the east coast groups ... CD
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Polydor/Big Break (UK), 1977. New Copy
Great later work by Isaac Hayes – working here in a post-Stax, post-ABC mode that has him forging a smooth soul sound that's really great! The album's not disco, but more of an extension of Ike's baroque approach to arranging – with subtle use of strings and keyboards, in a real Philly ... CD
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Spirit Of Love
Mercury/Universal (Japan), 1980. New Copy
A stellar bit of boogie from Con Funk Shun – produced to perfection by Skip Scarborough, and done in a style that has lots of jazzy elements! The album was recorded well into the group's time on the Mercury label, but it's a real standout from the rest – thanks to an extremely well-writ ... CD
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Mercury/Universal (Japan), 1978. New Copy
One of the biggest and best albums ever for Hamilton Bohannon – filled with quirky rhythms and really unusual grooves! Bohannon was one of the key forces in setting the scene for disco in the early 70s – and by the time the rest of the country was hitting the dancefloor in the middle ... CD
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Mystic Voyage
Polydor, 1975. New Copy
An archetypal album by Roy – and one that really shows him at the turning point! Gone are the trippier jazz funk moments of earlier albums – and in their place are some tight grooves and wonderfully spacey soul. Roy hits the dancefloor with one of his first uptempo funk numbers "B ... CD
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Polydor, 1974. New Copy
Reissue of JB's wildest album, with a crazy cover that shows him running away from the devil, and great gatefold inner photo with him standing amidst a bunch of declarations of "Hell". The record was originally a double album filled with lots of different styles from James' funky bag. ... CD
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Dedication Of Love
Phinal Sound/Jazzman (UK), 1976. New Copy
A totally wonderful lost later gem from Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces – that great southern group who cooked up so many wonderful records for Chess in the 60s – then seemingly dropped of the scene in the 70s! Bobby and group didn't drop off – Chess dropped them – but ... CD
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Bang/FTG, 1976. New Copy
The Muscle Shoals Horns were definitely born to get down – as they'd proved before on countless funk and soul sessions in the south – and as they prove once again with this masterful album on their own! The style here is surprisingly well-formed – not just horn players getting to ... CD
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Doin It To The Bone
Ariola/FTG, 1977. New Copy
A killer album from the Muscle Shoals Horns – and way more than just a set of studio players stepping out for some time in the spotlight! Sure, the MSH had worked on hundreds of sessions by this point – but there's also a sense of ownership and leadership they never had before – ... CD
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Epic/FTG, 1983. New Copy
Sweet funky work from Mtume – a set that's nicely heavy on the keyboards, and which really set a new standard in 80s groove at the time! The keyboards are great, and the basslines are too – and Mtume's jazz roots are still nicely in place here – bringing a bit more sophistication ... CD
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Charly (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy
A stunning look at a legendary London club of the 60s – a CD that's brimming over with the American soul that made it groove so great back in the day! The set does a great job of showing the roots both of Northern soul, and the UK mod scene – as most of the work here is from that early ... CD

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