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Slim Moore & The Mar-KaysIntroducing Slim Moore & The Mar-Kays ... CD
Marlow, 2011. Used ... $11.99
One of the best new funk albums we've heard in years – and one that really does an amazing job of putting equal emphasis on intrumentation and deep soul vocals! Slim Moore comes across like some lost singer from the early 70s funky 45 generation – gritty and upfront, with a quality that's instantly infectious – almost like Syl Johnson during his Twinight years! Then the Mar-Kays play with this depth that's equally wonderful – mixing funky licks with more complicated soul touches – some of the vibes we've been getting from the Daptone scene in recent years – slower grooves mixed with faster ones, touches of hip instrumentation, like vibes – all wrapped up in a production style that really recalls the best days of indie soul. The whole thing's wonderful – a record we'd put right up there with Lee Fields' My World, or the Charles Bradley full-length – and a set we'll be digging for years! Titles include "How Long", "Cityscape", "Slim's Theme", "Reachin Higher", "Mar-Kays Theme", "Cool Breeze", and Help Me Now". CD
 
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VariousMoodsetters – From The Amphonic & Soundstage Library ... LP
Buried Treasure (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy ... $16.99
A buried treasure's worth of gems from the Amphonic sound library – the record company started by Syd Dale – whose 60s work for KPM was some of the grooviest of the time! Syd's on a few cuts here, but most of the music is by other names who recorded for the company – including a few you'll know from earlier British jazz recordings in the mainstream, mixed with others who are lesser-known sound library talents – often with a strong electric vibe to their sound! Given the date range here – the tracks run from 1973 to 1985 – it's great to hear the evolution of the UK sound library modes in this second generation of the scene – and a good number of the cuts have some especially strong keyboard modes. Titles include "Border Incident" by Alan Parker, "Bleeps & Impulses" by Robert Alan Owen, "Rhythm Riot" and "Hostile Moods" by Frank Ricotti, "Marlow PI" by Vick Flick, "The New Elizabethans" by Harpsichord Rhythm Group, "Bubblegum" and "Computer Pop" by Anne Dudley, "Interface" by Monica Beale, "Thunderfoot" by Keith Mansfield, "All On A Summer's Day" by Syd Dale, "News Travels Fast" and "Tribal Warfare" by Jim Lawless, and "January's Child" by Paddy Kingsland. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Telemann/Handel/LoeilletTrio In E Minor/Trio Sonata In E Major/Trio Sonata In F Major Op 5 No 6/Trio Sonata In B Minor – Wittgenstein/Brenner/Hubert/Marlowe/Schneider/Swoboda/enesch/Holetschek ... LP
Westminster, Mid 50s. Near Mint- ... $4.99
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(Deep groove blue label mono pressing.)

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✨✧ John BarryKing Rat – Original Soundtrack ... LP
Mainstream, Mid 60s. Near Mint- ... $3.99
A fairly straight orchestral score by John Barry – written for this early 60s film that starred George Segal, Tom Courneay, and Denholm Elliott. The film's a war one, and the themes are pretty typical for that sort of thing – but they do have some nice instrumental touches that push them past the usual bag, and which show that Barry's younger writing was always a treat, no matter what the setting. Titles include "There Is A Radio In This Hut", "Just As You Were", "Grey's Day", "The Recovery Of Marlowe", "Touch & Go", and "King Rat March". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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