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Vicki Anderson Wide Awake In A Dream
Pre-funk gospelized soul sides, ostensibly produced by the Soul Brother himself, showing off her fabulous voice, especially the burners.



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...



Black Girl
Blaxploitation soundtrack from the team behind Fritz The Cat, with Betty Everett, Walter Hawkins and Sonny Stitt, and some tough organ funk led by Merl Saunders.



Pleasure Joyous
Great band, Pleasure, and this is one of their best. The title track is a bona fide club classic.



Three Pieces Vibes Of Truth
Brilliant Donald Byrd production, with Backed Up Against The Wall.



Letta Mbulu Naturally
Afro-soul blends, the Sowetan exile alongside the Adderleys and a Crusader or two.



Super Breaks Return To The Old School
'Classic breaks and beats from the birth of hip-hop.'



Bridge Into The New Age Funky Afro-Centric Spiritual Sounds From Jazz's Forgotten Decade
Earth-moving stuff here, of course, with Joe Henderson, Alice Coltrane, Gary Bartz, Norman Connors... but 'forgotten'? Even as a marketing angle, you must be kidding.



107th Street Stickball Team Sareando, Pot Full Of Soul
Great New York latin soul LP from 1969, with Ricardo Marrero and Bobby Marin check Barbara With The Kooky Eyes plus unissued tracks by a supergroup including Tito Puente and Louie Ramirez.



Memphis 60 Soul, R'n'B And Proto Funk From Soul City USA
Thrilling rarities from Stax and Goldwax funky scorchers like The Hawg; hard takes on Ticket To Ride and Tramp; Isaac Hayes' debut 45; Willie Cobbs' You Don't Love Me (which Dawn Penn did over as No, No, No).



Terry Callier About Time: The Terry Callier Story 1965-1982
A fine first survey of classics recorded for Prestige, Cadet and Elektra, with some magnificent rarities and an essential unissued folk-funk recovery, and a decent booklet.






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