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Har-You Percussion Group
Tremendous early-seventies Latin soul album spun out of a project headed by Montego Joe, to keep Harlem kids creatively engaged and out of trouble.

Mike James Kirkland Don't Sell Your Soul
Everything by Mike And The Censations plus a few unreleased specials prior to MJK's solo LP Hang On In There in 1972. More than 50000 singles sold at the time; Curtis liked them enough to offer a deal.

Mickey And The Soul Generation Iron Leg
Rugged early-seventies funk greasy, fatback and home-cooked championed hard back in the day by DJ Shadow, now with full Numero trimmings and service.

Esther Phillips From A Whisper To A Scream
Easily Esther's funkiest album, scorching out of the blocks with a deadly Home Is Where The Hatred Is. Arranged by Pee Wee Ellis (and Jack Wilson), engineered by Rudy Van Gelder; Bernard Purdie, Airto, Dick Griffin...

Eccentric Soul The Bandit Label
The history of the Chicago label, and the life of its owner Arrow Brown: twenty tracks of blistering R and B, sweet soul, and discofied funk. Now on vinyl, in a sumptuous Numero box-set.

Arthur Russell World Of Echo
'T'he most vivid rhythmic reality': cello, voice, echoes. Drumless versions of Let's Go Swimming, Tree House, Wax The Van; four previously unreleased tracks from Sketches From World Of Echo. New artwork, limited.

Master Plan Inc. Something To Be Done
1980 Chicago boogie-soul, recorded at Brunswick, originally out on Mundo; with the previously-unreleased demo version on the flip.