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Martha And The Vandellas Come And Get These Memories
Their 1963 album debut, backed by the Funk Brothers, produced by H-D-H and William 'Mickey' s Monkey' Stevenson.




Xanadu And Sweet Lady Rappers Delight
The two female rappers doing over the Sugarhill Gang for Joe Gibbs in 1979, and really letting their hair down for the second take.



Never To Be Forgotten The Flip Side Of Stax, 1968-1974
Ten sevens, remastered from the original tapes, with original label and sleeve art, dl card, and 84-page book, in a handsome flip-top. Superb music, expertly selected: wide-ranging, with nothing obvious or spare.



Owen Marshall The Naked Truth
A free, one-away blend of moody spiritual jazz, rhythmic black psychedelia and out exotica introducing the home-made hose-a-phone, tube-phone, ply-tar and boonet, in amongst the electric piano, drums and co.




Lou Ragland I Travel Alone
Sublime soul and funk recorded by the Cleveland legend, 1967-77. Bookended by the albums Hot Chocolate and Understand Each Other, holy grails of the rare groove scene in the day; plus an unreleased live album.



Clifford Coulter The Better Part Of Me
What a great record. Soaring early-eighties soul from Bill Withers' spar original, loose-limbed and funky, full of emotional intelligence and good vibes. Includes Love's Too Hot To Hide, two-step heaven.




Allen Toussaint Southern Nights
Laidback, nostalgic, trippy, southern-soul concept album from 1975, with The Meters in the line-up.



Sedition Ensemble Regeneration Report
Hot 1981 mix of ESG-style no wave, revolutionary jazz rap, Latin, loft harmolodics and plain old nasty funk, with players from Prime Time and Defunkt, and the bands of Rollins, Eddie Gayle and Johnny Pacheco.



The Russell Brothers The Party Scene
Terrific, stripped, stone-cold electro funk classic from 1983: driving, hypnotic, melodic, strongly atmospheric, with pounding bass drums and ominously ticking hi-hats, and a heart of darkness.



Rocket Juice & The Moon
'Inventive, fresh and melodic' 4/5 (The Guardian); 'bound to be underrated... impeccably edited and segued' (The Onion); 'may be the most forward-looking music you hear all year' (Rolling Stone).