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Jewel Bass I Tried It And I Liked It
Great New Orleans funk, a Wardell Quezergue.




Joe Bataan The Lost Sessions, New York,1970
His beautiful voice in fine fettle on this missing link between The Bottle and the Salsoul disco-raps a foretaste of disco in 1976, but previously released only in Japan, including fine Isaac Hayes and Billy Stew...





Jaymz Bedford Just Keep My Boogie
Rare Roy Ayers-produced boogie from 1981. Both sides are class-A wiggle waggle. Jaymz wrote Sylvia Striplin's Give Me Your Love (so 'wiggle waggle' is okay with us).






Errol Bellot Gimme Your Love
Tasty disco, with ace synth bass, EB from Unity its magic ingredient, and those recent Voodoo Funk twelves and the Coach House Rhythm Section in its DNA.




Benny Johnson Visions Of Paradise
Memphis soul from 1972, with backing from Julius Brockington and band. Including the two-step cornerstone I Just Got To Know.





The Big Beat The Dave Bartholomew Songbook
Hats off every time to the founding father of New Orleans rhythm and blues. DB holds the master recipe for soul-ska-rhumba-blues gumbo. Just check the tracklisting for a sense of his achievement. Don.