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Plaza Flip Phone
Johan Churchill's electro-lounge boogie... via PPU.

Charles Earland Over And Over
You get your money's worth. Over And Over was co-produced with Randy Muller from Brass Construction: a nine-minute jazz-funk master-class... big Mancuso tune. Then a furious dancer; some slinky space funk.

The Sylvers The Sylvers
The six siblings' LP debut, with the terrific Fool's Paradise, produced by Jerrry Butler from The Impressions, and Keg Johnson (who also produced Bobby Womack). Sampled by Dilla, Ghostface, Kendrick Lamar...

The Temptations Wish It Would Rain
From 1968, produced by Smokey Robinson, their last old-school Motown Cloud Nine was next with David Ruffin on his way out, too. (Great singer but a bit of a cock.) Stone classic Roger Penzabene title-song.

Benny Johnson Visions Of Paradise
Memphis soul from 1972, with backing from Julius Brockington and band. Including the two-step cornerstone I Just Got To Know.

The Copeland Davis Group Smouldering Secrets
Mid-seventies soulful jazz, rugged and groovy, clubby. Morning Spring is outstanding (though obviously indebted to Marvin Gaye).

The Pied Piper Of Funkingham
A reissue of the ultra-rare 1982 LP: bad-ass boogie, funk and disco-rap, dosed with Latino and P-Funk vibes.

Dwight Sykes Songs Volume 1
Indie, synthy, eighties soul and funk grooves from the 100 Per Cent Pure Poison veteran. Home-studio, TDK-C90 runnings.

Signs Of The Time Hurts So Bad
Rhythm and blues nostalgia from early-seventies St. Louis more emotional than The Delfonics (and a lot more than the Grant Green), with more backbeat.

The Notations That Girl
Lush, previously unreleased sides by the Chicagoan vocal harmony group, recorded in 1971 at Gene Cash's studio, after the demise of Twinight.