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

Wicked Witch Chaos 1978-86
Deranged funk from Washington DC, overdosed on Funkadelic, Hendrix and New York No Wave.

William Parker I Plan To Stay A Believer
Firing Curtis interpretations, full of funk and soulfulness, grooving jazz fire, and good old-fashioned revolutionary politics, by this octet with Hamid Drake, Dave Burrell, Leena Conquest, Amiri Baraka.

Deniece Williams Niecy
From 1982, this is her second collaboration with Thom Bell, including her hit version of It's Gonna Take A Miracle.

Linda Williams City Living
With the unmissable Elevate Our Minds. A Richard Evans production from 1979, between Chicago and LA, crowning Linda's years masterminding Natalie Cole's success.

Bobby Williams Funky Super Fly
Exciting apocrypha from this occasional vocalist for James Brown.

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!

Spanky Wilson I'm Thankful
Rare groove legend gets the fat Quantic sound on this spanking album.

Bill Withers Still Bill
His masterpiece. The 4 Men 180g is the way to go, with superior vinyl, and flip-open sleeve.

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.