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Ural Thomas Fade Away
From 1970. Dozy funk like the bad-trip portion of Sly's There's A Riot Goin' On with local kids blowing into sawed off bed posts as if they were trumpets and an upful ballad. Back in at last.



Leroy Hutson The Man!
His second LP, from 1974, featuring a nice, mellow version of The Ghetto. With Fred Reklaw and Phil Upchurch.




The Temptations Sky's The Limit
Kicks off with three stone classics the old-school way, reaching back past Whitfield's pysch... and includes a twelve-and-a-half-minutes version of Smiling Faces. Eddie Kendricks' last album in the lineup.






Gil Scott-Heron The Last Holiday
'Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream. And Stevie Wonder had a dream. This is a book about dreams.' Gripping memoir, steeped in Gil's inimitable voice and consciousness. Hardback, discounted and post-free.



Gil Scott-Heron The Vulture
Hip thriller about the murder of a teenage boy called John Lee, in the words of four men who knew him when he was just another kid working after school, hanging out, waiting for something to happen.



Gil Scott-Heron The Nigger Factory
His second novel, set in the 1960s, on the campus of Sutton University in Virginia, scornfully dissecting the ways we're conditioned to think along narrow, compliant lines.



Gil Scott-Heron Now And Then
The Poems 'some of the funniest and most literate lyrics in all music... deadpan attacks on racism to withering sarcasm about the Great Society; Chomskian rants to parodies of media shallowness' (Time Out).



Sweet Soul Music Peter Guralnick
High amongst the very best books on classic soul, this is essential.



George Soule Let Me Be A Man
If you know his Get Involved you should you'll want to check these rare and unissued masters and songwriter demos recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound in the golden era.



Jaymz Bedford Just Keep My Boogie
Rare Roy Ayers-produced boogie from 1981. Both sides are class-A wiggle waggle. Jaymz wrote Sylvia Striplin's Give Me Your Love (so 'wiggle waggle' is okay with us).