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Breakwater Breakwater
CD from Get On Down.



Funky Frauleins 2
'Female beat, groove, funk from Germany, 19681981.' 180g vinyl.



Bernard Wright Nard, Funky Beat
Classic early-eighties jazz-funk for GRP, with Hoboglabotribin, Spinnin, and a nice cover of Miles' Solar amongst the highlights of his teenage debut; likewise Weldon Irvine's Mr Clean on the follow-up.



Esther Phillips Here's Esther, Are You Ready?, Good Black Is Hard To Crack
Her third and fourth for Mercury, from 1979 and 1981, produced in turn by Harvey Mason and Benny Golson. With Bedtime Stories, and the great I Hope You'll Be Very Unhappy Without Me.



Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby; All About Esther Phillips
The first two of four Mercury LPs, produced in turn by the JB Pee Wee Ellis and Jazz Crusader Wayne Henderson. With a great Native New Yorker, and the two-step killer S.O.S.



Marlena Shaw Take A Bite
Her last Columbia, from 1979. This includes disco mixes of Love Dancin', and the Diana Ross classic Touch Me In The Morning.




Spinners
Superb Sigma PA soul LP from 1973. Bobby Eli, Norman Harris, Earl Young, Vince Montana and everyone; Thom Bell at the controls; smashes like Just Can't Get You Out Of My Mind, Ghetto Child, and I'll Be Around.



Bill Withers Naked And Warm
His second for Columbia, turning up the funk a touch. Featuring Dorothy Ashby. Like Making Music, reissued in fine Japanese style, with a paste-on gatefold sleeve.



Ramp Daylight
Backed with Faze-O's Riding High.



Deee-Lite Groove Is In The Heart
Backed with Pal Joey's dub of How Do You Say... Love.




Brief Encounter Special Release
Late seventies LP (originally released on Seventy Seven) of funky rare groove and soulful ballads, highly coveted by collectors.



Solomon King The Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture
Jmmy Lewis' 1974 soul soundtrack. The A-side is given over to an amazing Love Unlimited-style high-steppin' hip-dressin' instrumental excursion with electronic drumming, wah wah and full trimmings.