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VariousSounds Of Universal Love ... CD
Expansion (UK), 1970s/1980s/1990s/2000s. New Copy ... $7.99 16.99
A decades-spanning batch of stellar SOUL – the Sounds Of Universal Love – compiled by Fitzroy Facey and The Soul Survivors team! Soul Survivors is a UK-based magazine celebrating the best and brightest soul, funk and jazz from the 70s onward, and Facey does a terrific job here of putting together a set with a broad reach, but still manages to have a cohesive feel. It's got a bit of 70s cosmic soul, some sweet modern groovers, classic group soul, fusiony funk and more! Includes "A Little Bit Of Love" by Brenda Russell, "Journey Into Love" by Lonnie Liston Smith, "Fan The Fire" by The Impressions, "Come On" by Omar feat Kele Le Roc, "Search My Mind" by George Duke, "Yearing For Your Love" by The Gap Band, "High In Me" feat Patrice Rushen, "Heaven" by Amp Fiddler feat Stephanie McKay and more. 16 tracks, all of them great! CD
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✨✧ Living BluesIssue 279 – Vol 53, No 4 ... Magazine
Living Blues, 2022. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Gaye Adegbalola got her start in Saffire – but as the large cover feature attests, she's been an important female force in blues long after the breakup of that seminal group! The issue also has another female blues feature on Cali's Dee Dee Simon – and more on guitarist Andy Story, singer Tia Carroll, and a look at Victoria Spivey and Lonnie Johnson recording together for Okeh Records in 1928! Plenty more too – including record reviews, radio charts, and blues news – plus the 2022 Living Blues award winners! Magazine

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✨✧ VariousNorth By North West – Liverpool X Manchester – From Punk To Post-Punk & Beyond 1976 to 1984 (limited 3CD set) ... CD
Korova (UK), Mid 70s-Mid 80s. Used 3 CDs ... Out Of Stock
A great compilation of some of the most important music to come out of the UK in the wake of the punk revolution – from the Buzzcocks, to Joy Division, The Fall, Magazine, New Order, The Smiths, The Teardrop Explodes, Echo And The Bunnymen and well beyond! This 3CD post punk treasure chest is dividing by territory, with the first disc "CDManchester", the second "CDLiverpool", and the extra intriguing "CDLiverchest" bonus CD – featuring previously unreleased rarities! The Manchester CD includes "Boredom" and "What Do I Get" by Buzzcocks, "Shack Up" by Certain Ratio, "Transmission" by Joy Division, "Shot By Both Sides" by Magazine, "Ceremony" by New Order, "How Soon Is Now?" by the Smiths and more. The Liverpool disc includes "British Refugee" by Spitfire Boys, "Flaming Sword" by Care, "Rescue" by Echo And The Bunnymen, "Reward" by The Teardrop Explodes, "Fuzztronic" by Will Seargeant, "Electricity" by OMD and much more. The bonus disc includes ""Now Love Lost" by Warsaw, "Iggy Pop's Jacket" by Those Naughty Lumps, "Big In Japan" by Big In Japan, Don't Let Go" by Pink Industry, "African And White" by China Crisis, "Valley Of The Lost Women" by John Cooper Clarke and more. 43 tracks in all! CD
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