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Wabine The Martians Visit
Killer NYC space-disco burning strings and horns, jazzy guitar, shuffling keys, bubbling bass and the bona fide jazz-soul classic Sail On, complete with steel pans. Originally self-released in 1978.



The Four Mints Gently Down Your Stream
Honest-to-goodness late-60s-early-70s group-harmony soul from Columbus, Ohio, with fine players like vibraphonist Billy Wooten, expert arranging by Dean Francis, and executive production by Capsoul boss Bill Moss.



Herman Jones I Love You
Two sides of unreleased, vintage Minneapolis funk by the Exciters front-man.
As with the 94 East, the flipside is exclusive to this seven.



The Sonarphonic Super Breaker
An early, rare recording by James McCauley aka Maggotron, who did The Bass That Ate Miami and Attack On The Planet Of Bass, amongst hundreds of records marking the start of Miami Bass.



Uku Kuut Grand Hotel
A thirty-year trail of musical souvenirs from the Soviet Union, Sweden, Los Angeles, Estonia. Including his very first home recording, from 1982, and something from Herbie Hancock's personal studio.








Soul Cal Funky Disco And Modern Soul, 1971-1982
Fabulous, heart-warming, compelling survey of seventies independent soul the fruits of twelve years of Stones Throw, Now Again digging with an eighty-page book of information, photos, anecdotes and ephemera.




Eccentric Soul The Forte Label
Reviewing Ellis Taylor's Kansas City imprint from prime Marva Whitney all the way through to Sharon Revoal's ace, slinky, early-eighties disco-funk.




Master Plan Inc.
All previously unreleased, from band-leader Fred Shorts' personal archive: modern soul, seventies groovers, mid-tempo crossover dancers, and high energy funk from Chicago, 1973-84. No filler.