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Marv Johnson Marvelous Marv Johnson
Berry Gordy chose Marv to kick off his new label TAMLA.
With the chart-smash You Got What It Takes and the classic Come To Me.



Weldon Irvine Liberated Brother
From 1972, taking time out from the Nina Simone band to cut this funky Black-Jazz-style set for his own label, with Horace Silver's 'personal seal of approval'. Includes Mr. Clean and Sister Sanctified.





The Chi-Lites (For God's Sake) Give More Power To The People
Forty years on, the title-track is still freaked, urgent, on-the-money. Have You Seen Her and Love Uprising in the place, too.





Kelan Philip Cohran And The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Brand new recordings, this is majestic, surging, scintillating music with swing, jump and shout, Sun Ra, Mingus and Gil Evans, Arab-Andalusian music, hip hop and New Orleans funk all coursing through.




Solomon Burke The King Of Rock n' Soul
Some of the very greatest recordings of one of our favourite soul singers of all time.



The Coachouse Rhythm Section Time Warp
Monumental loopy-lou reggaefied disco from 1977 proto-house as massive in Chicago as it was at Mancuso's Loft and the Paradise Garage.



Indian Ocean School Bell, Treehouse
Arthur Russell in 1986 with a killer Walter Gibbons excursion.



Carl Anderson Absence With Out Love
From 1982, with his boom tune Buttercup. Arrangements by Teena Marie; Jamaican pressing and sleeve. CA was at Motown from 1972 behind the scenes on Songs In The Key Of Life, for example.