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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.





Barbara Mason Give Me Your Love
Featuring Curtis' own swirling production of his title-song. (Babs is more soft-porny than Sisters Love.) Otherwise mostly Sigma recordings staffed by Leon Huff, Norman Harris, Earl Young, Vince Montana...




Milton Hamilton Crystalized Disco Madness
Jazzy disco heaven from 1976, NYC. Class jazz-funk bubblers, lush ballads... even some Afro-funk. Love Supreme rocked it from Studio 54 to the Funhouse; All The Time is a Krivit weapon.






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Ben E. King Street Tough
The 1981 12-inch version (that's Luther on bv; Willie Hutch with the composer's credit). Plus the upbeat-disco of Music Trance, both rapturous parts of Supernatural Thing, and the rare-groove classic Spoiled.



Dazzle Layin' In The Shade
Classy Chicago boogie from 1982... the same milieu as the Dazz Band and Kinsman Dazz.



Mighty Ryeders Spread The Message
Rodney Matthews' Florida eight-piece late-seventies jazzy funk and spiritualised soul in the manner of Earth Wind And Fire best-known for the rare-groove classic Evil Vibrations, as sampled by De La Soul.



Har-You Percussion Group
Tremendous early-seventies Latin soul album spun out of a project headed by Montego Joe, to keep Harlem kids creatively engaged and out of trouble.



Mike James Kirkland Don't Sell Your Soul
Everything by Mike And The Censations plus a few unreleased specials prior to MJK's solo LP Hang On In There in 1972. More than 50000 singles sold at the time; Curtis liked them enough to offer a deal.