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The Voices Of East Harlem The Voices Of East Harlem
From 1973, stepping outside the church under the wing of Leroy Hutson and Curtis Mayfield, this is a soul masterpiece, with Cashing In, Wanted Dead Or Alive and the rest.
A must.



Cloud One Flying High
The Patrick Adams and Peter Brown early-eighties disco classic: fierce jazzy electro synths, crisp percussion, crazy vocoder vocals and a huge funky bassline. Sixteen minutes of boogie nut-out.



Marvin Peterson And The Soulmasters In Concert
‘Hannibal’ Peterson out of sixties Texas — funky jazz, soul ballads and r and b showmanship Check the burning Our Groove, the haunting Five Foot Even, and a cracking Soul Brother Number One, to bring the house down...



Black Shampoo Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music by Gerald Lee for the 1976 film. Very enjoyable mix of loose funk, out-there ambience, outre spoken word, and sound effects.



Percy Sledge Warm And Tender Soul
Good grief, what a devastating curtain-raiser. It Tears Me Up, another Penn And Oldham.





Maddslinky Special
Aka Zed Bias. Featuring Omar, with Toddla T, Atjazz and MJ Cole mixes; plus some Mr Scruff.



Aloe Blacc Good Things
Superb soul album, with a fresh, direct musicality down to Leon Michels and Jeff Silverman from Truth And Soul, and unafraid of politics. The triple LP has an extra couple of sides of instrumentals.





The Main Ingredient Bitter Sweet
The one with Everybody Plays The Fool.
It may be factual, may be cruel... everybody plays the fuel.




Working Man's Soul 2
'Rare funk, rock, soul and jazz from the UK cabaret scene', carboot-sale retrievals of tiny private pressings, 60s and 70s, sold at gigs in Social Clubs, Miners' Welfare Clubs and Working Men's Clubs.