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Mitty Collier Shades Of A Genius
Twenty-two tracks of wonderful, tough, gospelised sixties soul, revelling in slower tempos, including I Had A Talk With My Man Last Night.

The Newcomers Mannish Boy: The Stax, Volt And Truth Recordings, 1969-74
Sweet group soul in fine Mad Lads traditions, though neglected by Stax at the time. Featuring Randy Brown.

Where The Girls Are 8
'Three fabulous gems from the Cameo-Parkway catalogue ensure another winner: The Orlons' I Ain’t Coming Back, I Love Him So by Nikki Blu, and Comin’ Home Baby by Dee Dee Sharp.' Loads more lovely stuff.

Wabine The Martians Visit
Killer NYC space-disco — burning strings and horns, jazzy guitar, shuffling keys, bubbling bass — and the bona fide jazz-soul classic Sail On, complete with steel pans. Originally self-released in 1978.

The Four Mints Gently Down Your Stream
Honest-to-goodness late-60s-early-70s group-harmony soul from Columbus, Ohio, with fine players like vibraphonist Billy Wooten, expert arranging by Dean Francis, and executive production by Capsoul boss Bill Moss.

Herman Jones I Love You
Two sides of unreleased, vintage Minneapolis funk by the Exciters front-man.
As with the 94 East, the flipside is exclusive to this seven.

The Sonarphonic Super Breaker
An early, rare recording by James McCauley — aka Maggotron, who did The Bass That Ate Miami and Attack On The Planet Of Bass, amongst hundreds of records — marking the start of Miami Bass.

Uku Kuut Grand Hotel
A thirty-year trail of musical souvenirs from the Soviet Union, Sweden, Los Angeles, Estonia. Including his very first home recording, from 1982, and something from Herbie Hancock's personal studio.