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Memphis Soul Don't Down Me People Part 1
George Bowman's blues-funk from late-sixties Arizona, crossing Hendrix and James Brown, with Dyke And The Blazers drummer Rodney Brown passing the peas in fine style.



Eccentric Soul The Nickel And Penny Labels
Some gorgeous, classic, unmistakably Chicagoan soul here — the productions of Richard Pegue.



Boddie Recording Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Best of the in-house Soul Kitchen, Luau, and Bounty labels: a treasure trove of kitchen-sink eccentric soul, fuzzbox funk, shoestring doo-wop, and haunted, eerily hook-laden spirituals. Out-of-this-world packaging.



Lil' Ed And The Soundmasters
A typically lovely Numero booklet tells the story of Chicago’s only blues-funk family band with an eight-year-old drummer, from early days with J.B. Hutto to Little Ed’s final snare cracks for Southside Movement.





Local Customs Burned At Boddie
Local funk, gospel and soul — a splash of folk, a dash of moody indie — pressed at Boddie in Cleveland. Wicked Lester, Slippery When Wet, Berlin West and other complete unknowns, impeccably turned out by Numero.



Cult Cargo Salsa Boricua De Chicago
Smoking mid-seventies Latin from Carlos Ruiz' Ebirac label, headquartered back then in a bustling Puerto Rican community centre on the west side of the city.



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



Willie Wright Telling The Truth
Feeling, folkey-dokey soul from 1977 (with Skull Snaps and Jimmy Castor crew). His terrific cover of Curtis' Right On For The Darkness is included with the LP as a seven; with the CD as a vinyl five-incher!



Syl Johnson Complete Mythology
Presenting the great Chicago soul singer, prior to his joining Hi in 1971. Vinyl and CD formats all in together, gorgeously packaged with a sumptuous booklet. Available to UK residents only. Post-free!




Antena Camino Del Sol
French-Belgian electro-samba, cornered. A mini-LP on the Brussels label, Les Disques Du Crepuscule, from 1982; augmented here by the first Antena EP, a few B-sides, compilation tracks, and two unreleased cuts.



Eccentric Breaks And Beats
A mega-mix of more than fifty artists featured in the Eccentric Soul series.



Catherine Howe What A Beautiful Place
Out originally in 1970 on the Reflection label, the debut of Catherine Howe (from Halifax) — 'a pastoral blend of English countryside folk and London orchestral pop, not unlike Nick Drake... or Bridget St. John.'