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Stevie Wonder Music Of My Mind
The more expensive vinyl is from Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab.

Stevie Wonder Talking Book
The more expensive vinyl is from Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab.

Lee Fields Problems
A reissue of the Soul Fire classic which got the ball rolling, spiffy in a heavy-duty gatefold sleeve.

XL Middleton And Eddie Funkster Featuring Zackey Force Funk Press Play
Scrumptious synth-funk revivalism fresh from California, via PPU.
More Bounce, Dr Funkenstein, G-Funk, Morris Day... always down for the up stroke.

Family Circle
Sparkling, gospel-honed soul from 1973 by the Simmons family of Newark, inspired by the likes of the Jackson 5 and Al Green, aided by studio-session heavyweights like Cornell Dupree, Billy Vera and Pretty Purdie.

Shirley Nanette Never Coming Back
Excellent, varied soul LP originally issued in 1973. People Are Thinking and All Of Your Life are stewed funk belters; Sometimes is more Marlena-Shaw. Super singing. Billy Larkin leads a band of locals.

Carlos Malcolm Bustin' Outta The Ghetto
The Bonanza Ska trombonist turning his hand to street funk for Ahmad Jamal's AJP imprint in 1970. Heavy input from Monty Alexander. Like full-on early Fatback Band subtly spiced with ska and reggae. CD from BGP.

Mike James Kirkland Hang On In There
His 1972 masterpiece for his brother's Bryan label. The first three songs the entire LP side are unmissable. The title track is life-enhancing slinky and grooving, profoundly inspirational and oppositional.