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The Pied Piper Of Funkingham
A reissue of the ultra-rare 1982 LP: bad-ass boogie, funk and disco-rap, dosed with Latino and P-Funk vibes.



The Quantic Soul Orchestra Tropidelico
A fusion of funk, cumbia, latin, afro, hip-hop and more featuring J-Live, Noelle (The Rebirth) and Malcolm Catto amongst the guests.





The Shirelles Baby It's You
Sublime New Jersey girl-pop originally out on the Scepter label in 1962 featuring Bacharach's knockout title-song, and the chart-topper Soldier Boy.



The Sonarphonic Super Breaker
An early, rare recording by James McCauley aka Maggotron, who did The Bass That Ate Miami and Attack On The Planet Of Bass, amongst hundreds of records marking the start of Miami Bass.







The Sweetest Feeling A Van McCoy Songbook, 1962-73
Jackie Wilson, Gladys Knight, Erma Franklin, Nina Simone, Aretha Franklin, Jerry Butler, Esther Phillips, Irma Thomas, Chuck Jackson... This guy wrote Giving Up, the Donny Hathaway masterpiece, for crying out loud.



The Sylvers The Sylvers
The six siblings' LP debut, with the terrific Fool's Paradise, produced by Jerrry Butler from The Impressions, and Keg Johnson (who also produced Bobby Womack). Sampled by Dilla, Ghostface, Kendrick Lamar...



The True Reflection Where I'm Coming From
A one-off album for the group recorded in the early days of Sigma Studio in Philadelphia, with Norman Harris, Vince Montana and the boys. Strong harmony singing, with some nice falsetto leads.



The Vibrations The Vibrating Vibrations: The Okeh And Epic Singles, 1963-68
A fistful of Northern stompers, but also some gorgeous ballads, with several unissued. Producers like Curtis and Pate in Chicago, Gamble and Huff in Philly; writers like Bert Berns, Eugene Record, Barrett Strong.



The Voice Of East Harlem Right On Be Free
Their debut has tremendous political and spiritual energy more to do with the Church and Civil Rights than the soulful sophistication Leroy Hutson would bring to their follow-up. Lots of extras on the CD.