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Brief Encounter Special Release
Late seventies LP (originally released on Seventy Seven) of funky rare groove and soulful ballads, highly coveted by collectors.



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...



Bobby Jackson The Cafe Extra-Ordinaire Story
Deeply grooving modal jazz from Minneapolis, 1970, the pet project of a jazz activist and nightclub-owner (and the bassist here) — with burning horns, Bobby Lyle and Hubert Eaves on keys.




Roy Brooks Ethnic Expressions
'Post-Coltrane progressive jazz of the highest order... combines modal, rhythmic and Afro-centric jazz with politics, spirituality and positive vibes... deep, esoteric spiritual jazz.'
Jazz, jazz, jazz.




George Smallwood Just 4 You
Lovely, deep modern soul from early-eighties Washington DC.



John Heartsman And Circles Music Of My Heart
This Sacramento session-musician backed a long list of blues and soul luminaries throughout the late fifties and sixties — before a club residency span into this cool mix of funky soul and organ-combo jazz.




Nathan Davis The Best Of '65-76
A fine selection from recordings in France, Germany, Turkey, Yugoslavia and the US — his unsung saxophones and flute in settings from deeply spiritual, to funky, to hauntingly modal, and jazz to Middle Eastern.



Ada Moore The Devil Is A Woman
From the Chicagoan's 1955 ten for Debut, with Mingus, Tal Farlow and Oscar Pettiford — tasty, low-down and bluesy in the style of Dinah Washington and Billie Holiday.



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.




Bobby Williams Funky Super Fly
Exciting apocrypha from this occasional vocalist for James Brown.




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