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James Reese & The ProgressionsWait For Me (with bonus download) ... LP
Now Again, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy Gatefold ... $49.99 55.98
A fantastic lost legacy of soul from the South Carolina scene at the end of the 60s – the first-ever full length release of material by James Reese & The Progressions – a fantastic package that brings together all their rare material issued on funky 45s back in the day! Reese was a one-man powerhouse – a trombonist, bandleader, and socking soul genius when it came to the kind of tunes that really broke best on a 45 – tight funky numbers that have his local group riffing and grooving like the best work of the James Brown Band during their late King Records years – but also opening up to some other styles too, which includes a few mellower ballads that come off surprisingly well, and a few jazzier cuts – which really balance out the set with the fullness of an album. The package features both vocal and instrumental tracks, originally done for the tiny Najma label in Spartanburg, South Carolina – and titles include "It's Got Soul", "The Mess", "Wait For Me", "Let's Go", "Jody's Freeze", "One Girl", "It's Not So Much Love Can Do", "He'll Never Go", "Joker Where Did You Come From", and "Throwing Stones (Kenny Dope mix)". LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand-numbered limited edition pressing of 1000 – includes download!)

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✨✧ James Reese & The ProgressionsWait For Me ... CD
Now Again, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A fantastic lost legacy of soul from the South Carolina scene at the end of the 60s – the first-ever full length release of material by James Reese & The Progressions – a fantastic package that brings together all their rare material issued on funky 45s back in the day! Reese was a one-man powerhouse – a trombonist, bandleader, and socking soul genius when it came to the kind of tunes that really broke best on a 45 – tight funky numbers that have his local group riffing and grooving like the best work of the James Brown Band during their late King Records years – but also opening up to some other styles too, which includes a few mellower ballads that come off surprisingly well, and a few jazzier cuts – which really balance out the set with the fullness of an album. The package features both vocal and instrumental tracks, originally done for the tiny Najma label in Spartanburg, South Carolina – and titles include "It's Got Soul", "The Mess", "Wait For Me", "Let's Go", "Jody's Freeze", "One Girl", "It's Not So Much Love Can Do", "He'll Never Go", "Joker Where Did You Come From", and "Throwing Stones (Kenny Dope mix)". 2CD version features a bonus disc of 15 more tracks – unusual takes and alternates of the other recordings! CD
Also available Wait For Me (with bonus download) ... LP 49.99
 
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VariousHunk Of Heaven – Volume 4 Of The Collectable Jazzman Sevens Series ... CD
Jazzman (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy ... $8.99
Proof that there's few labels better at digging up an interesting groove than the mighty Jazzman imprint – home to a consistently great series of reissue 45s over the past 10 years or so! The Jazzman groove goes way beyond the standard deep funk line – into a realm of groovy styles that includes soundtrack bits, primitive electronics, female jazz vocals, socking 60s soul, and a whole lot more – all served up perfectly in this wonderful little set! And as with other Jazzman volumes, it's not just the music that makes the set great, but the way it's put together – as Gerald Jazzman manages to sort tunes and lay them out one by one in a style that really changes up the groove – pushing our expectations with each new number, and really keeping things fresh throughout! This one's way way way more than just a pile of rare funk tracks – a truly loving document of one label's commitment to the depth of music in all its forms – served up over a batch of 12 rare tunes! Titles include "Let's Go" by James Reese & The Progressions, "Baby True" by Gettysbyrg Address, "Hunk Of Heaven" by Lemuria, "Pretty Bird" by Terea, "Transfert 2002" by Le Groupe X, "Scherzi Pesanti" by Remigio Ducros, "One" by Mary Lou Williams, "Bobby's Mood" by Soul Toronadoes, "California Soul" by Marlena Shaw, and "Baltimore Oriole (King version)" by Lorez Alexandria. CD
 
 
 



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