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Jon Lucien Rashida
CD from Cherry Red.

Slave Just A Touch Of Love
LP-style card-sleeved CD from Get On Down.

Street And Gangland Rhythms Beats And Improvisations By Six Boys In Trouble
From 1959, on-the-spot recordings of New York street-kids improvising with drums, bottles and sticks, making up songs, raps and mini-dramas.

Sarah Webster Fabio Jujus, Alchemy Of The Blues
'The epitome of my experimenting with the integration of music and poetry in a Black idiom taken from the rich source of inspiration welling from the Black experience here in America.'

Said I Had A Vision Songs And Labels Of David Lee, 1960-1988
Some terrific soul and gospel from the Impel, Washington Sound and SCOP labels, out of Shelby, North Carolina.

Brand New Wayo Funk, Fast Times And Nigerian Boogie Badness,1979-1983
Music from the Second Republic, twenty-three years of military dictatorship ended, at the crest of Nigeria's oil boom. Good-times disco-soul shuffle, mixing in jazz-funk, synth pop and Afro vibes.

Willie Wright Telling The Truth
Feeling, folkey-dokey soul from 1977 (with Skull Snaps and Jimmy Castor crew). His terrific cover of Curtis' Right On For The Darkness is included with the LP as a seven; with the CD as a vinyl five-incher!

Classy early-eighties soul. Various Get On Down CD reissues in this week, all nicely turned out in LP-style cardboard sleeves, with obi and plastic wallet.