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✨✧ Ndo ClementDJ Qbico Plays Ndo Clement ... LP
Sagittarius (Italy), Early 80s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rare sounds from Cameroon – a set that brings together a few rare singles, plus more full tracks by Ndo Clement and Les Titans Orchestra – a group with a very trippy sound of their own! The music is often quite funky, but in a very spacious, echoey way – as percussion rumbles at the bottom with a loose quality that's almost atmospheric, but still quite persistent – and basslines dip, twist, and turn in the mix – while guitar goes all over the groove in these really spacey styles! Vocals urge on the instruments and the rest of the group – and the looseness of the songs is what makes them great – and which almost makes this whole album feel like some space dream of lost Afro Funk sounds. Titles include "Mont Cameun", "Chagrin", "Me Ba Wo Ya", "Minsounga", "Enying Mone", and "Zili Yan Ke Yan". LP, Vinyl record album
(Hand-numbered limited edition of 99 copies!)
 
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Roberta KellyZodiac Lady ... LP
Casablanca, 1977. Sealed ... $6.99
A heady serving of Euro disco from Roberta Kelly – a set that has her paired with maestro Thor Baldursson in a very full-feeling set of tunes! Giorgio Moroder produced, and the Munich Machine's doing the backings – so the album's got the full complement of German groove talent of the time – all to make for a top-shelf, fully-polished batch of tracks that features Roberta's vocals in the lead – stronger than usual for this sort of large-scale disco project, with just the right kind of soul to appeal to more soul-based audiences too. Titles include "Zodiacs" – a pretty cool disco rundown of the astrological chart – plus "Love Sign", "Funky Stardust", "Sunburst", "Moondreaming", and "I'm Sagittarius". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)

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Timothy McNealyFunky Movement ... CD
Shawn/Now Again, Early 70s. New Copy ... $14.99 15.98
The first-ever full length collection of work by the mighty Timothy McNealy – the Texas funk genius who only issued a few rare funky 45s back in the day – but has gone onto achieve legendary status over the years! McNealy's music is completely unique right from the start – funky sounds that answer to no other scene or sound at all – not James Brown, not New Orleans soul, not even Detroit or Chicago – completely unique, but every bit as mindblowing as the rest! There's almost a love of muddy production on these numbers – not that the sound is bad, but just that all the core elements seem pushed together in search of a groove – guitar messing with keyboards, basslines bumping the drums – often with the vocals somewhere down in the mix too, so that he whole thing comes out with this raw sonic blast that's really amazing! Some of Timothy's singles have been reissued over the years – but this full set by Now Again is long-overdue – and has the label's usual high quality treatment, right down to detailed notes that tell the surprisingly big tale of McNealy's time in music – much more than we ever knew before. Titles include "Sagittarius Black", "Funky Movement (parts 1 & 2)", "Will You Be There", "KC stomp", "I Am So Glad You're Mine", "Easy Easy Easy", "What Would You Do", and a very cool remake of "What's Going On". CD

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MillenniumMagic Time – Millennium/Ballroom Sessions (3CD set) ... CD
Sundazed, Late 60s. New Copy 3CD ... On December 7, 2018
Forget the Pet Sounds Box Set – this is a much more satisfying collection of dreamy California pop! The incredible 3CD package pulls together tracks by The Millenium, The Ballroom, and other groups featuring a similar or related lineup. If you haven't already read our comments on The Milennium, they're a fab 60s pop group with a sweet California sound – a bit of Brian Wilson, bits of Love, and strands of other LA harmony pop groups from the time. The first CD of the set features 20 tracks by The Ballroom – a pre-Millenium group with a very similar sound, represented here by the tracks from their one album, plus a number of unreleased sets, including some instrumentals. The second CD features 20 tracks by The Millenium, The Ballroom, Sagittarius, Summer's Children, and Curt Boettcher – about half of them unreleased, and the rest from rare singles. The third CD features The classic album Begin by The Millenium, plus 8 bonus tracks, including some rare single versions of more familiar songs. There's a total of 62 tunes on the set – and if you like sweet sunny pop music, you'll be playing this one all summer long! CD

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VariousMusica Per L'Immagine – Obscure Italian Production Music 1974 to 1985 ... LP
Fly By Night, Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy 2LP ... $24.99
Rare work from the Italian sound library scene – and a set that definitely lives up to the "obscure" promised by its title, by looking at a period that hasn't been as strongly covered by other reissues! Much of the work here is from the early 80s – and shows a change in keyboard modes, rhythms, and other instrumentation from the Fender Rhodes and organ of the 60s and 70s – maybe more of an electro soul style overall, even though the tracks are all pretty darn groovy all the way through! Many are quite funky, but with electro touches – and the tunes avoid some of the too dark, or too commercial modes that some of the other sound library cuts were falling into at the time. Titles include "Nitrogen" by Alberto Baldan Bembo, "Crossing" by Space Craft's Men, "Stella Nova" by The Astral Dimension, "Music" by Flip Flop Group, "Vision" by Lamberto Macci, "In The Space" by Albert Verrecchia, "Spensieratamente" by Domenico Di Vito, "Screw Driver" by Fabio Fabor & Antonio Arena, "Week-End Playback" by Elageron, and "Sagittarius" by Modern Sound Quartet. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Cannonball AdderleySoul Zodiac ... LP
Capitol, 1972. Used 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the coolest, baddest, funkiest albums Cannonball Adderley ever recorded – a massive suite of tunes based on the signs of the Zodiac, produced to perfection by David Axelrod, and featuring some hip recitations from the mighty Rick Holmes! The double-length set is completely compelling all the way through – a darkly brooding batch of funky jazz that shows a strong Miles Davis electric influence at points, thanks to Nat Adderley's spacey trumpet lines, Mike Deasy's trippy guitar, and George Duke's excellent keyboards! Other tracks are a bit more laidback, fitting the mood of their respective signs – and overall, the whole thing slips and slides wonderfully from cut to cut – taking you through the star signs with a really righteous, soulful approach. Titles include "Cancer", "Sagittarius", "Pisces", "Aquarius", "Capricorn", "Virgo", "Taurus", "Aries", "Libra", and a special "Introduction". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear & splitting seams.)

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✨✧ Cannonball AdderleySoul Zodiac ... CD
Capitol (UK), 1972. Used ... Out Of Stock
One of the coolest, baddest, funkiest albums Cannonball Adderley ever recorded – a massive suite of tunes based on the signs of the Zodiac, produced to perfection by David Axelrod, and featuring some hip recitations from the mighty Rick Holmes! The double-length set is completely compelling all the way through – a darkly brooding batch of funky jazz that shows a strong Miles Davis electric influence at points, thanks to Nat Adderley's spacey trumpet lines, Mike Deasy's trippy guitar, and George Duke's excellent keyboards! Other tracks are a bit more laidback, fitting the mood of their respective signs – and overall, the whole thing slips and slides wonderfully from cut to cut – taking you through the star signs with a really righteous, soulful approach. Titles include "Cancer", "Sagittarius", "Pisces", "Aquarius", "Capricorn", "Virgo", "Taurus", "Aries", "Libra", and a special "Introduction". CD

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✨✧ OlympiansOlympians (includes bonus download) ... LP
Daptone, 2016. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
One of the coolest new groups we've heard on Daptone in a long time – an instrumental combo that's definitely funky, but which has some of the exotic touches you might expect from their name! There's a nice current of strings that slide in alongside more familiar funk instrumentation – some violins, cellos, and even a harp – used to give the groove this expansive vibe that's partly blacksploitation soundtrack, but much more than that as well! Both Leon Michels and Neal Sugarman are in the group on tenor sax – but the real brainchild here seems to be Toby Panzer, who produced and arranged, and who plays a range of sublime sounds on organ, clavinet, harpsichord, vibes, and percussion! Titles include "Sirens Of Jupiter", "Saturn", "Pluto's Lament", "Mercury's Odyssey", "Europa & The Bull", "Sagittarius By Moonlight", "Neptune", "Mars", and "Diana By My Side". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Joe Haider/Fritz Pauer/Horace ParlanEgo Recordings Vol 3 (Reconciliation/Katzenvilla/Water Plants/One For Wilton) (4CD set) ... CD
Ego/Organic (Germany), Late 70s. New Copy 4 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Four ultra-rare records – all brought together in one incredible CD set – the third collection to document the brilliant sounds of Germany's Ego Recordings label from the 70s! First up is the album Reconciliation from Joe Haider – one of the 70s gems on the mighty German Ego label – an incredible small company who seemed to put out nothing but excellent music! The set's led by pianist Joe Haider, and features a quintet with Andy Scherrer on tenor and soprano sax, Ack Van Rooyen on flugelhorn, Gunter Lenz on bass, and Todd Canedy on drums – all of them together welling up as way more than the sum of their parts, and cooking up an amazingly soulful set of tunes! There's bits of modal and American 70s spiritual soul jazz in the set – all played with a proud and buoyant style that unfolds majestically through the course of the album, never faltering in its vision or creativity. A under-acknowledged gem, with tracks that include "Mas De Serles", "Magdalena", "Reconciliation", "Crossover", and "Spanish Groove". Katzenvilla features the amazing trio of pianist Joe Haider, bassist Isla Eckinger, and drummer Pierre Favre – three very individual musicians who come together here as a group, but still retain a lot of their special energy! Haider's a lot more dynamic than usual – still with warm chords on the piano, but also some sharper edges – which seem pushed on by Favre's deft drum work, and his flowing sense of both melody and rhythm at the same moment. Eckinger's bass has these deep, soulful currents that we always love – and really grounds the whole thing in a wonderful way – on titles that include "Capricorn", "My Little Darling", "And Now", "Katzenvilla", and "Fate Of A Child" – all originals by Haider! Pianist Fritz Pauer steps out on Water Plants – a trio date that's got a lot more warmth and soul than some of the musician's previous work from the German scene – a beautiful little session that balances the deep bass work of Isla Eckinger and the subtle drums of Billy Brooks. There's a loose, lyrical vibe to the record that shows a side of Pauer we might not have expected – and Fritz wrote some wonderful tunes for the album, including "Water Plants", "Sagittarius", "Tribal Dance", "For La Rives", and "Autumn Evening". Last up is One For Wilton – one of the hippest later albums from pianist Horace Parlan – a set recorded with the saxophonist Wilton Gaynair, who'd contributed heavily to the UK scene in the late 50s/early 60s, then made great waves in Germany during the 70s! The set features Wilton on tenor and soprano sax, Parlan on piano, and great rhythms from Isla Eckinger on bass and Billie Brooks on drums – all coming together with a sense of warmth and imagination that's completely sublime – much richer than some of Gaynair's other performances from the 70s, and with a sense of flow and soul that makes the album one of Parlan's best. Titles include "Billie's Bossa", "One For Wilton", "Shade", "Firm Roots", and "Pananika". All albums come in tiny LP-style covers, and the box also features a bookle of notes! CD
 
 
 



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