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Julie DexterDexterity ... CD
Ketch A Vibe, 2002. Used ... Just Sold Out!
The long-awaited debut album from Julie Dexter – one of our favorite soul singers of the past decade! The album kicks off where Julie's excellent Peace Of Mind ep left off – a mix of underground American soul with British 21st Century influences – cosmic production, dubby undertones, and some incredibly righteous vocals! The record's an instant classic all the way through – intimate and ambitious at the same time, sweetly soulful but never cloying, and a fantastic full album from a singer who will be looming large on our radar screen over the next few years. 14 tracks in all – with titles that include "I Dream", "How Can You Feel", "What Do I Do", "Love", "Faith", "Walk With Me", "Ketch A Vibe", "Moving On", and "Judgement Day". CD
(Booklet cover appears to be signed by the artist and inscribed to the previous owner.)
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Various25 Strong ... CD
Purpose, 2005. Used ... $4.99
A basketball soundtrack – but one that features a great array of cuts from the American soul underground! We're used to b-ball scores that are filled with hip hop tracks and beats, but this one's put together by the folks at Purpose Records, and features work by their own artists Monet, Cooly's Hot Box, and Tortured Soul – plus a great range of other artists who share a similar vibe! There's a really positive, progressive feel to the set – and in a way, the album works even better as an overview of some of the best in current soul, than it does as the soundtrack to a documentary on New York hoops. Titles include "The Road" by Darien, "G-hetto" by Maya Azucena, "K-Leg" by Antibalas, "Look Who's Got Ya Back" by Julie Dexter, "Surrender" by Robin Small, "Just Believe" by Carmen Rogers, "Afterlife" by Cooly's Hot Box, "Determined" by Patrice Roberts, "Holla" by Jigmasters, "Open Up" by Free Radicalz, "Welcome To My Ghetto" by Peven Everett, "You Found A Way" by Tortured Soul, and "Essence" by Monet. CD

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✨✧ TyWork Of Heart ... LP
Jazz Refreshed (UK), 2018. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Nice one from Brit hip hop mainstay Ty – living up to the title with personal lyricism from the heart, but soulful a broader, universal sense too – with appearances by John Robinson, Deborah Jordan, N'fa Jones, Julie Dexter, Umar Bin Hassan and more! Ty is hands on with the production as well, with a lean, spacey bounce that'll get heads nodding without crowding out the rhymes. Includes the title track, "Eyes Open" with Roots & Deborah Jordan, the spiritually resonant standout "Somehow Somewhere Someway" with Umar Bin Hassan, "Brixton Baby" with Mpho, "Marathon" feat Ladonna Harley-Peters, "Folks Say People Say", "World Of Flaws" with John Robinson, "Raindrops", "As The Smoke Clears" with Randolph Matthews & Malik MD7 and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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