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Mickey And The Soul Generation Iron Leg
Rugged early-seventies funk ó greasy, fatback and home-cooked ó championed hard back in the day by DJ Shadow, now with full Numero trimmings and service.



Esther Phillips From A Whisper To A Scream
Easily Esther's funkiest album, scorching out of the blocks with a deadly Home Is Where The Hatred Is. Arranged by Pee Wee Ellis (and Jack Wilson), engineered by Rudy Van Gelder; Bernard Purdie, Airto, Dick Griffin...



Eccentric Soul The Bandit Label
The history of the Chicago label, and the life of its owner Arrow Brown: twenty tracks of blistering R and B, sweet soul, and discofied funk. Now on vinyl, in a sumptuous Numero box-set.




Master Plan Inc. Something To Be Done
1980 Chicago boogie-soul, recorded at Brunswick, originally out on Mundo; with the previously-unreleased demo version on the flip.







Scorpio And His People The Unforgiven
Sensational funky soul from 1972, urgent and surging. Great singing embeds What's Going On in the penitential drama. The original goes for thousands.



Geater Davis Lost Soul
Wonderful, tortured, bluesy soul in the great tradition of Bobby Bland, recorded at the start of the 1970s for Allen Orange's House Of Orange imprint out of Birmingham, Alabama.



Irma Thomas In Between Tears
Heavy early-seventies soul from the fabulous New Orleans singer, produced his own way by Swamp Dogg (and sexually harassed to hell by him, by all accounts), with Duane Allman on a couple of songs.



Swamp Dogg Gag A Maggot
'So funky that itíll gag a maggot and drown a drop. Due to the fact that a maggot is the funkiest thing on earth, if this LP can make him gag which it already has, no telling what itíll do to your funny ass...'