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Otis G. Johnson God Is Love
Spectral, outsider gospel from Detroit, 1978, with Otis extemporising to himself worryingly in the name of the Lord, and zoning out on his Hammond (with rhythm unit). Pretty gone. Terrific.



Good God! Apocryphal Hymns
Third in Numero’s series of otherworldly gospel, robed funk, and spiritual soul: heavenly harmonies, psychedelic guitars, damaged sacred steel, off-kilter choirs, and consumer-side electronic percussion...



Signs Of The Time Hurts So Bad
Rhythm and blues nostalgia from early-seventies St. Louis — more emotional than The Delfonics (and a lot more than the Grant Green), with more backbeat.



The Notations That Girl
Lush, previously unreleased sides by the Chicagoan vocal harmony group, recorded in 1971 at Gene Cash's studio, after the demise of Twinight.



Eccentric Soul The Dynamic Label
Quality sweet soul, ballads, thumping dancers, girl-group and the rest from Abe Epstein's San Antonio label, late-1960s. Curtis and co in the air. Fine singing, big drums, strong horns, sophisticated arranging.





Syl Johnson Is It Because I'm Black
Syl's key record... unmissable Chicago soul. Amidst the deluge of his revives, don't miss it, it's all you really need. A handsome reissue of the Twinight.





Alfonso Lovo La Gigantona
Consider it a Nicaraguan take on Herbie's Mwandishi — this psychedelic swirl of Latin jazz and pan-American funk, marrying Lovo's out guitarism with the fine percussion-work of Jose 'Chepito' Areas, from Santana.



Lou Ragland I Travel Alone
Sublime soul and funk recorded by the Cleveland legend, 1967-77. Bookended by the albums Hot Chocolate and Understand Each Other, holy grails of the rare groove scene in the day; plus an unreleased live album.