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Etta James Losers Weepers
The 1970 LP ó a neglected, heavy-soul classic ó with eleven extras, unmissable deep soul like The Love Of My Man, funk like Tighten Up. Watch out, the title-track and come-again Weepers are pretty devastating.



Etta James Call My Name
The classic 1967 Cadet LP. Eight of the twelve bonus tracks are from FAME... orphaned monsters like Aretha's Do Right Woman, I Worship The Ground You Walk On, Almost Persuaded.



The Dramatics Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get
The album remastered, with a ton of extras.



Gil Scott-Heron The First Minute Of A New Day
1975 debut for Arista, which coughed for the Midnight Band and slicker production. Winter In America, Ain't No Such Thing As Superman, and Pardon Our Analysis, a spoken-word slagging Nixon. 180g vinyl.



Arthur Russell The Definitive Sleeping Bag Recordings
Four screen-printed sleeves, oversized booklet; everything, plus rare versions like Walter Gibbons' Go Bang!, and all the alias material. EU only.



Kim Tolliver
Her classic Rojac and Tay-Ster sides.




Betty Wright I Love The Way You Love
The seventeen-year-old, with Clean Up Woman.



Lil' Ed And The Soundmasters
A typically lovely Numero booklet tells the story of Chicagoís only blues-funk family band with an eight-year-old drummer, from early days with J.B. Hutto to Little Edís final snare cracks for Southside Movement.



Bernie Worrell All The Woo In The World
Excellent 1978 solo debut of the P-Funk keyboardist ó with Bootsy, George Clinton, the Brides Of Funkenstein, Eddie Hazel, Fred Wesley, Maceo, the lot.




Under The Influence Volume One
Deep late-seventies, early-eighties soul and disco digging by Red Greg.