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Super Breaks Return To The Old School
'Classic breaks and beats from the birth of hip-hop.'



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Cheyenne's Coming
Satisfying mid-seventies blend of jazz and funk, soul and Latin, by this eight-piece led by singer and composer Cheyenne Fowler, under the supervision of Gene Russell.



Jewel Bass I Tried It And I Liked It
Great New Orleans funk, a Wardell Quezergue.



The O'Jays Love Train
With I Love Music and Back Stabbers.





Evelyn King Shame
Disco perfection. Julie Burchill's NME record of the week, back in 1978.
I'm In Love, too.






Wheedle's Groove Kearney Barton
Nine new songs recorded with the legendary engineer Kearney Barton by Seattle soul and funk legends like Patrinell (Pastor Pat Wright) Staten, Robbie Hill, Ron Buford, Black On White Affair, and others!



Roy Ayers Virgo Red
The Ubiquity band on the straight and narrow, for them, with Harry Whitaker's keys to the fore: half funky, half mellow (with a nice Hutson cover). Remastered CD; straight-reissue Polydor LP.



Patrick Cowley And Jorge Socarras Soon (Morgan Geist and Kink remixes)
Great record: a couple of unreleased 80s synth gems dark, warped proto-techno with exceptional remixes by Kink and Morgan Geist (digging back a lot deeper than electro-pop or nouveau-disco).