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School Me! Volume One 1968-1975
Wonderful selection of funk, jazz and psych by US high school stage bands and university lab and jazz ensembles, tirelessly extracted from a zillion micro-pressed, locally-sold LPs.



Scorpio And His People The Unforgiven
Sensational funky soul from 1972, urgent and surging. Great singing embeds What's Going On in the penitential drama. The original goes for thousands.



Gloria Scott What Am I Gonna Do
One of the very greatest, most soulful Barry White productions, with fine songs by Tom Brock.




Freddie Scott
One of the great soul singers, with classy recordings made between better-known stints for Colpix and Shout, making the very most of sometimes poppy material.











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.



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...