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Blair Nightlife
The Blackbyrd's rare groove classic.



Frankie Zhivago The Age Of Flying High
Lovely, exemplary Island Soul from 1976: a blend of soul, funk and reggae with Bahamian Junakoo and Goombay rhythms. Tasty funk backing from the Boris Gardner Happening expert in the floaters and ballads, too.




Our Lives Are Shaped By What We Love Motown's Mowest Story 1971-1973
First retrospective of the Motown imprint: wonders like Give Me Your Love by The Sisters Love and Syreeta's ultra-soulful Black Maybe, bejewelling sweet soul, heavy funk, and hippie shit. Sublime title track.



Larry Young Larry Young's Fuel
Amazing to think that this Prestige and Blue Note pioneer was still in his thirties by the time of this mid-seventies recording. Turn Off The Lights is super-sexy rare groove booty. The CD is from Get On Down.



Weldon Irvine Sinbad
More soulful, less pumped quick seconds for RCA in 1974, with groovy Marvin and Stevie covers, and the two-step killer I Love You. Don Blackman on lead vocals, Mchael Brecker leading the horns.



Weldon Irvine Cosmic Vortex (Justice Divine)
His ambitious 1974 breakthrough as leader, superbly mixing funk and jazz improvisation on a major-label recording budget, with strong political and spiritual themes, even a nod to the Duke. CD from Get On Down.







Willie Tee I'm Only A Man
With David Axelrod in 1970.




Fats Domino The Imperial Singles, Volume 4: 1959-1961
The hits keep coming just two of the twenty-six tracks here fell short of the US Top 30.