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VariousDJ Kicks – Kamaal Williams ... LP
K7 (Germany), 2019. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $28.99 29.99
Keyboardist Kamaal Williams has given us some great records under his own name – and here, he turns in a stunning set for the DJ Kicks series – a record that's overflowing with a mix of cosmic jazz, soul, and club from some of Kamaal's key contemporaries – mixed with a few great contributions of his own! All the criss-crossing of styles that we love in Williams own music is present in his selections on this set – and there's a majestic flow that really shows an understanding of all the changes in the underground during the past decade or so – as Kamaal takes us on a musical journey through its landscape of sound! Titles include "Hey There" by Steve Spacek, "Buggin Out" by Seiji, "Sometimes" by Budgie, "Moving Up" by DJ Harrison, "Ein Kola Bitte" by Ratgrave, "He's So Crazy" by Wbeeza, "Southern Freeez" by Freeez, "Sirens" by Hard House Banton, "117 Careplan" by Henry Wu, and the cuts "Snitches Brew (live in Atlanta)" and "Shinjuku (DJ Kicks)" by Kamaal Williams. LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousDJ Kicks – Tiga ... CD
K7 (Germany), 2003. Used ... $4.99
Music from Jollymusic, Chromeo, Tiga, Traffic Signs, Sir Drew, Soft Cell, Break 3000, Volga Select, Swayzak, Offpop, Felix Da Houseca & more. CD
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✨✧ VariousDJ Kicks – Kamaal Williams ... CD
K7 (Germany), 2019. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Keyboardist Kamaal Williams has given us some great records under his own name – and here, he turns in a stunning set for the DJ Kicks series – a record that's overflowing with a mix of cosmic jazz, soul, and club from some of Kamaal's key contemporaries – mixed with a few great contributions of his own! All the criss-crossing of styles that we love in Williams own music is present in his selections on this set – and there's a majestic flow that really shows an understanding of all the changes in the underground during the past decade or so – as Kamaal takes us on a musical journey through its landscape of sound! Titles include "Hey There" by Steve Spacek, "Buggin Out" by Seiji, "Summer Madness SA" by Karriem Riggins, "Stuck (orig)" by Peven Everett, "Southern Freeez" by Freeez, "Ein Kola Bitte" by Ratgrave, "Peace & Love's Comin" by Phil Asher, "He's So Crazy" by Wbeeza, "Pregnant" by Awanto 3, "It's All In The Groove" by City People, "Lowrider" by Yussef Kamaal, "Nuts" by Dego, "Cause I Love You" by Diggs Duke, and the cuts "Strings (ATL)", "Snitches Brew (live)", and "Shinjuku (DJ Kicks)" by Kamaal Williams himself. CD
Also available DJ Kicks – Kamaal Williams ... LP 28.99

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✨✧ VariousDJ Kicks – Smith & Mighty ... CD
K7 (Germany), 1998. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Music from Smith & Mighty, Peter D, DJ Lynx, Wilks, Receiver, More Rockers, On, Ratman, Virginia, Flynn & Flora, Wraparound Sounds & more. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousDJ Kicks – Stereo MCs ... CD
Studio K7 (Germany), 2000. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Includes tracks by Sofa Surfers, Mark Stewart, Hieroglyphics, Herbaliser, Ultramagnetic MC's, Kitty Bronx, Kool G Rap & DJ Polo, and Divine Styler. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousDJ Kicks – Truby Trio ... CD
Studio K7 (France), 2001. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Who better to select for the DJ Kicks series than the groundbreaking Truby Trio! This Compost label DJ/producer team has come up with some of the best new jazzy dance tracks of the past 5 years – so it's a real treat to hear the kind of work they'd choose for their own set. The package features some of the best of the current underground – with a special focus on tunes that have a soulful appeal, and which are presented here in the best mixes possible. The CD version features 15 tracks in all – and titles include "Scat Box" by Matthaus, "Ginger & Fred" by Voom, "Edony Clap Your Hands" by Africanism, "Upsolid" by Sequel, "Transcend Me" by Afronaught, "Tel Aviv" by Fauna Flash, "Granada" by Slowsupreme, "Colours (freeform five mix)" by Tim Hutton, "Toronto" by Lehner & Biebel, "One & The Same (Jazztronik brushed up mix)" by Modaji, and "Same People (Waiwan remix)" by Korova. CD
 
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VariousAK79 ... CD
Ripper/Flying Nun (New Zealand), 1979. New Copy ... $13.99
A legendary compilation from the New Zealand scene – and one that may well have kicked off the huge run of music from the island nation in the 80s! AK stands for Aukland, where all the music was recorded – and 79 stands for the year, 1979 – when all these cuts were done, mostly as demo recordings – but also as a great way to illustrated the unexpected punk rock energy that was bubbling under at the time. Titles include "Saturday Night Stay At Home" and "Megaton" by Suburban Reptiles, "Mysterex" and "True Love" by Scavengers, "Never Been To Borstal" and "She's A Mod" by Terrorways, "Suicide 2" and "I Am A Rabbit" by Proud Scum, "To Love Song" and "Squeeze" by Toy Love, "First In Line" and "True Love" by Marching Girls, and "Hate Me Hate Me" and "Feel So Good" by Spelling Mistakes. CD
(40th Anniversary edition!)

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✨✧ VariousAK79 (40th anniversary red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Ripper/Flying Nun (New Zealand), 1979. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A legendary compilation from the New Zealand scene – and one that may well have kicked off the huge run of music from the island nation in the 80s! AK stands for Aukland, where all the music was recorded – and 79 stands for the year, 1979 – when all these cuts were done, mostly as demo recordings – but also as a great way to illustrated the unexpected punk rock energy that was bubbling under at the time. Titles include "Saturday Night Stay At Home" and "Megaton" by Suburban Reptiles, "Mysterex" and "True Love" by Scavengers, "Never Been To Borstal" and "She's A Mod" by Terrorways, "Suicide 2" and "I Am A Rabbit" by Proud Scum, "To Love Song" and "Squeeze" by Toy Love, "First In Line" and "True Love" by Marching Girls, and "Hate Me Hate Me" and "Feel So Good" by Spelling Mistakes. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available AK79 ... CD 13.99
 
 
 



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