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Front Line Orchestra Don't Turn Your Back On Me
Boogie murder from 1981, with a fiercely soulful female vocal, and classic Larry Levan remixes.



Raw Silk Volume One
Lovely OS round-up of its favourite funk jams of the year, from all corners. PPU business. The first in a series.



Donny Hathaway Never My Love: The Anthology
A loving portrait of the soul genius, unmissable for devotees and newcomers alike. With hard-to-find versions of the classics and two whole discs of previously unreleased music. Excellent notes, nicely packaged.



Saada Bonaire
Stefanie Lange and Claudia Hossfeld with musicians from Bremen immigration centre in 1982. Produced by Dennis Bovell in Kraftwerk's Cologne studio; hushed up by EMI. Grace Jones East of the River Nile.




Hi Rhythm On The Loose
The title track is monster jugga jugga rare groove, proper rudeboy two-step. A 1976 special outing for the Hodges Bros and co, house band at Hi, where they backed Al Green, Ann Peebles and everyone.



Yambu Sunny
Ace mid-seventies Latin disco, both sides, with brilliant brass and percussion. That's Lesette Wilson singing on the Bobby Hebb. Sam Burtis on trombone. Arranged by Milton Hamilton.



Wolf Moon
'What can I say about Wolfmoon that hasnít already been said about Idi Amin? A lying, two-faced song-thief. Forget the taste I have in my mouth and listen to a bad motherfucker sing some great Swamp Dogg songs.'



Sandra Phillips Too Many People In One Bed
1970 deep soul. 'I was grooming Sandra to be the next Doris Duke. Doris went into hiding on my ass and I booked Sandra throughout the Midwest, pretending she was Doris. Audiences loved her dirty drawers' (Dogg).






Black Man's Cry The Inspiration Of Fela Kuti
Plenty of TKOs, the Colombians for example, beautifully presented. A moving, mind-boggling testament to Afrobeat, with shout-outs from Ghana, Trinidad, the US and elsewhere. Last few vinyls. Don't miss.




Bobby Bland Two Steps From The Blues
The 1960 review of his previous few years' work, including monumental, smash-hit classics like Cry Cry Cry and I Pity The Fool. Immaculate electric blues and southern soul, simultaneously.