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Penny And The Quarters You And Me
Lovely, rough, heartfelt doowop, with a dash of early Impressions: a perfect Valentine offering. Prix demos.

Brilliant late-70s future-disco, featuring club murder Inch By Inch, as championed by Frankie Knuckles, Derrick Carter and co — seven-minutes-plus of spaced-out, ecstatic, dancefloor filth. Opener's decent, too.

Marvin Peterson And The Soulmasters In Concert
‘Hannibal’ Peterson out of sixties Texas — funky jazz, soul ballads and r and b showmanship Check the burning Our Groove, the haunting Five Foot Even, and a cracking Soul Brother Number One, to bring the house down...

Esther Phillips Here's Esther, Are You Ready?, Good Black Is Hard To Crack
Her third and fourth for Mercury, from 1979 and 1981, produced in turn by Harvey Mason and Benny Golson. With Bedtime Stories, and the great I Hope You'll Be Very Unhappy Without Me.

Esther Phillips You've Come A Long Way, Baby; All About Esther Phillips
The first two of four Mercury LPs, produced in turn by the JB Pee Wee Ellis and Jazz Crusader Wayne Henderson. With a great Native New Yorker, and the two-step killer S.O.S.

Esther Phillips From A Whisper To A Scream
Easily Esther's funkiest album, scorching out of the blocks with a deadly Home Is Where The Hatred Is. Arranged by Pee Wee Ellis (and Jack Wilson), engineered by Rudy Van Gelder; Bernard Purdie, Airto, Dick Griffin...

Sandra Phillips Too Many People In One Bed
1970 deep soul. 'I was grooming Sandra to be the next Doris Duke. Doris went into hiding on my ass and I booked Sandra throughout the Midwest, pretending she was Doris. Audiences loved her dirty drawers' (Dogg).

Phreek Patrick Adams Presents...
The Leroy Burgess disco classic, with Weekend.