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Elektra (Japan), 1988. New Copy
Howard Hewett's got a smooth look on the cover, but the album's got a nice degree of crackle all the way through – that snappy, soulful style that Hewett did so well back in the day – working here as almost a one-man powerhouse on production and arrangements too! The tunes are catchy, ... CD
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Pick N Choose
Qwest/Warner (Japan), 1985. New Copy
An overlooked bit of 80s groove from the early years of Qwest Records – and a set that's got almost a indie, electro sort of crackle! These guys are heavy on keyboards and beats – even a bit of vocoder at times too – but they've also got the vocal chops to make the tracks come ... CD
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Vibe
Warner (Japan), 1989. New Copy
A set that's late in the classic Zapp run from the 80s, but a record that's still very much head and shoulders above the competition – including the many acts who were trying to cop Roger Troutman's groove, but never got things this right! There's still plenty of bass at the bottom, re-fitted ... CD
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Fresh Idea
Qwest/Warner (Japan), 1983. New Copy
A definite fresh idea from Deco – a duo that features Philip Ingram on keyboards and vocals – with lots of help from Zen Giles on additional vocals and guitar! The pair harmonize together beautifully – with a sound that's as full as most of the groups of the time, but not nearly ... CD
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Jakky Boy & The Bad Bunch
Atlantic (Japan), 1985. New Copy
The second set from Jakky Boy & The Bunch – an overlooked group with a great 80s groove – one who started things out during the later years of Salsoul, and sound equally nice here on Atlantic! The album's a bit more polished than the group's debut, but still has all that street ... CD
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Atlantic (Japan), 1984. New Copy
Tight 80s soul from Kleeer – one of the group's standout classics, and a set that's produced with kind of a jazzy finish by Deodato, who also plays some nice keyboards on the record! The Kleeer sound is at its height here – tight, warm, and filled with great harmonies on the vocals ... CD
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Unlimited!
Reprise (Japan), 1987. New Copy
Plenty of beats here from Roger Troutman – going for a sound that's maybe even more electro than some of his earlier solo work, at a level that really seems to be pushing the Zapp sound further for the 80s! The style is funky, but touched with lots of elements that have wended their way from ... CD
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Warner (Japan), 1985. New Copy
Zapp at the height of their powers – a bit more focused than before, but every bit as funky! Roger's production here is impeccable – done with a great ear for the most soulful side of the group's talents, which keeps them far from some of the more commercial groups who were copping ... CD
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Dakar/Ultra Vybe (Japan), 1975. New Copy
A massive amount of fast funk groovers from the mighty Hamilton Bohannon – just the kind of skittish, upbeat, and totally amazing tracks that have made him a legend for years! The sound is really stripped down – usually just bass, drums, and guitar – wrapped together in this ... CD
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Hi Hat, 1975. New Copy 2 CDs
Massive electric Miles from the same Japanese tour that gave the world the Panagaea and Agharta albums – tracks that were recorded ten days before the concert that appeared on those records, with different songs as well! The music is a dark brew of funk, fusion, and some surprisingly ... CD
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Home Made
Fiesta/Africa Seven (UK), 1979. New Copy
A late 70s killer from Manu Dibango – recorded in Nigeria, and with a style that mixes his own sax-heavy funk with some of the leaner Lagos grooves of the time! The tracks are all nice and long – longer than most on any of Manu's other late 70s albums – and they stretch out in ... CD
 



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