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Pleasure Accept No Substitute
More lovely funk, Latin jazz and soul, bridging the Dust Yourself Off and Joyous albums. Kicks off with a bumping collaboration with Wayne Henderson and Side Effect, much sampled and features Ghettos Of The Mind.



Cal Tjader Agua Dulce
With a Latinized moog version of Gimme Shelter, a Johnny Otis, and a brilliant reading of Tito Puente's Ran Kan Kan.



Darondo Listen To My Song: The Music City Sessions
At last the bigger picture the chunky, lubricious, classy funk of William Daron Pulliam, out of seventies California.



Disco Gold Scepter Records And The Birth Of Disco
Some great Tom Moulton here. The Patti Jos are essential.



Opa Golden Wings
The Uruguayans' first, best Milestone album Airto producing, Hermeto Pascoal guesting, with the jazz-dance bomb African Bird. A buzzing, seamless blend of jazz-fusion flash with diverse rootical influences.



Janice
Quality dancers, proto-disco and ballads from Janice Barnett, flopping for Fantasy in 1976 including the sweet slowie Goody Two Shoes, and the floor-filler I Told You So, evergreen with Beach and Northern fans.



Cannonball Adderley Love, Sex And The Zodiac
An attempt to emulate the commercial success of his bro Nat's Soul Zodiac, hot on its heels same personnel in full flight, notably George Duke, and David Axelrod producing, but with extra sexological sauce.



Salsa Mundo Colombia  Music Born Of Conflict
Colombian salsa from its sixties roots through till the mid-seventies, covering all the big names. Another Discos Fuentes comp and a bit glib, that subtitle but fabulous music, of course.




S.O.U.L. Burning Spear
The Richard Evans jazz funk terror.





Alice Clark The Complete Studio Recordings, 1968-1972
Nyce NYC soul, with at least two killers Don't You Care, and Never Did I Stop Loving You. The LP is a facsimile of the original Mainstream release, just the ten tracks. The CD adds rarities; some great photos.



Georgie Fame Mod Classics 1964-1966
Jazz, soul and rhythm and blues by this pivotal figure, from the LPs Live At The Flamingo, and Sound Venture, with the cream of UK jazzmen. Swinging Soho does Stax, Latin, Stevie, Louis Jordan, Mose, Oscar Brown...



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