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Stevie Wonder The Jazz Soul Of Little Stevie Wonder
His first two Tamlas, aged twelve: a set of instrumentals with SW playing percussion, keyboards and his inimitable style of chromatic harmonica; and Tribute To Uncle Ray, an homage of covers.

Stevie Wonder The Jazz Soul Of Little Stevie
The debut LP of Detroit son Stevland Hardaway Morris, aged 12, playing keyboards, harmonica, and percussion. With the original studio version of Fingertips.

Stevie Wonder Tribute To Uncle Ray
A pumped mixture of RC classics and originals in the same manner, recorded when SW was just 11 (though released after Jazz Soul).

Working Man's Soul 2
'Rare funk, rock, soul and jazz from the UK cabaret scene', carboot-sale retrievals of tiny private pressings, 60s and 70s, sold at gigs in Social Clubs, Miners' Welfare Clubs and Working Men's Clubs.

Bernie Worrell All The Woo In The World
Excellent 1978 solo debut of the P-Funk keyboardist with Bootsy, George Clinton, the Brides Of Funkenstein, Eddie Hazel, Fred Wesley, Maceo, the lot.

Milton Wright Spaced
The original is impossible to track down (and won't hang around as this reissue, either). The second album from the man who gave us Keep It Up classy early seventies soul, and another crucial Jazzman revive.

Edna Wright Oops! Here I Go Again
The Honey Cone sang with HDH and with Ray Charles on Let's Go Get Stoned. Her 1977 solo album is quality soul ballads and dancers, supervised by Greg Perry. Oops! itself is an all-time Rare Groove killer.

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.