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Syl Johnson Is It Because I'm Black
Syl's key record... unmissable Chicago soul. Amidst the deluge of his revives, don't miss it, it's all you really need. A handsome reissue of the Twinight.

Five Points Equality
Fabulous feminist boogie-rap from early-eighties NYC, originally out on Rissa Chrissa off-shoot Applegold. Totally infectious no-shit party jam.

Bill Withers Still Bill
His masterpiece. The 4 Men 180g is the way to go, with superior vinyl, and flip-open sleeve.

Marvin Gaye Trouble Man
Coming between What's Going On and Let's Get It On, this 1972 soundtrack is a bonafide MPG masterpiece. Twenty-nine previously unreleased tracks on the CDs the full score at last, with rare photos, full notes.

Lonnie Givens Runnin' To A Disco
Seminal Chicago boogie released in the late-70s on Mason. So good that Curtis tried to sign it to Curtom; so nice that Lonnie cut it twice, secondly with a couple of Detroit Emeralds at the desk. All versions here.

Archie Whitewater
Jazz, rock, funk from 1970, with plenty of good stuff, featuring diggers' totem and b-boy staple Cross Country (as sampled by Akinyele and Common, amongst others).

Lee Fields Let's Talk It Over
Deluxe reissue of his holy grail 1979 LP debut, adding a clutch of sevens.