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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.



Melvin Davis Detroit Soul Ambassador
Early to mid 60s survey of Detroit soul recordings for Jack Pot, Fortune, Ke Ke, Wheel City and Groovesville, plus four previously unreleased. Including northern floor-fillers like Find A Quiet Place and I Must Lov...



The Whole Darn Family Has Arrived
With Seven Minutes Of Funk. (Well, more than that, actually.)



Syl Johnson Complete Mythology
Presenting the great Chicago soul singer, prior to his joining Hi in 1971. Vinyl and CD formats all in together, gorgeously packaged with a sumptuous booklet. Available to UK residents only. Post-free!



The Voices Of East Harlem The Voices Of East Harlem
From 1973, stepping outside the church under the wing of Leroy Hutson and Curtis Mayfield, this is a soul masterpiece, with Cashing In, Wanted Dead Or Alive and the rest.
A must.




Cloud One Flying High
The Patrick Adams and Peter Brown early-eighties disco classic: fierce jazzy electro synths, crisp percussion, crazy vocoder vocals and a huge funky bassline. Sixteen minutes of boogie nut-out.



The Minits Follow Your Heart
Superb female vocal soul trio from Alabama, recorded by Sounds Of Memphis — southern flavoured ballads, dancers, pop, sister funk.



Marvin Peterson And The Soulmasters In Concert
‘Hannibal’ Peterson out of sixties Texas — funky jazz, soul ballads and r and b showmanship Check the burning Our Groove, the haunting Five Foot Even, and a cracking Soul Brother Number One, to bring the house down...



Black Shampoo Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music by Gerald Lee for the 1976 film. Very enjoyable mix of loose funk, out-there ambience, outre spoken word, and sound effects.



Percy Sledge Warm And Tender Soul
Good grief, what a devastating curtain-raiser. It Tears Me Up, another Penn And Oldham.



Gil Scott-Heron Real Eyes
If you can take the popping bass and jazz-funk slick, there are some killers here: a new Your Daddy Loves You, The Klan, Waiting For The Axe To Fall, (You Can't Depend On) The Train From Washington...