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Rocket Juice & The Moon
'Inventive, fresh and melodic' 4/5 (The Guardian); 'bound to be underrated... impeccably edited and segued' (The Onion); 'may be the most forward-looking music you hear all year' (Rolling Stone).





Myron And E, The Soul Investigators It's A Shame
Old-school soul from the Blackalicious camp.





Regional Garland Mixed Sugar
Lovely, heartful seventies soul, the collected works of the Flint, Michigan singer, in lineups like Hunts Determination, smartly done. Apparently Reginald's aunt had a strong southern accent; the hospital mis-heard...



Rocket Juice & The Moon Manuela
Two exclusives: Erykah Badu's irresistible do-over of the euphoric album instrumental There, with Malian synth-freak Tidiane Seck; and a dub by Mark Ernestus. Lovely silk-screened sleeve.



Rocket Juice & The Moon Leave-Taking EP
Three deep funk instrumentals HBE on the opener. Sound-wise, doubly lethal, as alive as vinyl gets. Silvered, silk-screened sleeve; limited.




Listen, Whitey! The Sounds Of Black Power, 1967-1974
An engaging mixture of old friends and new faces freshly blended too, with Dylan's George Jackson run between Elaine Brown and the Watts Prophets, Roy Harper in amongst rap poetry.



Starvue Body Fusion
Totally killer rare groove masterwork, finger-popping and super-sexy, recorded in Chicago in 1980. Produced by Chi-Lite Clarence Johnson; Tony Hicks at the mic.



Memphis Soul Don't Down Me People Part 1
George Bowman's blues-funk from late-sixties Arizona, crossing Hendrix and James Brown, with Dyke And The Blazers drummer Rodney Brown passing the peas in fine style.




The Joubert Singers Stand On The Word
Sensational gospel-disco loft classic recorded live in Crown Heights First Baptist Church, in 1982. Walter Gibbons rinsed it at the Rock And Soul shop where he worked; Tony Humphries ended up re-mixing. Crucial.