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24-Carat Black Gone: The Promises Of Yesterday
Hurt, disillusioned, beautiful, pure, sensuous Windy City soul music from the mid-1970s, never out before — jazzy but street (like Donny Hathaway), musically sophisticated but emotionally straight (like Curtis). ...



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.



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.



Brotherman Original Soundtrack
Great mid-seventies Chicago soul, the real deal. (The film never materialised.)




Bump And The Soul Stompers I Can Remember
Invoking The Delfonics’ Do You Remember, and flipping its melody the other way around. Recorded at the Damon Studios in Kansas City (owned by Victor Damon, inventor of the spring reverb).




Cult Cargo Belize City Boil Up
Calypso, blues, disco, funk, reggae, bruckdown, soul, folk — in the kitchen, Belizians would call it Boil Up. For the New York Post, 'indispensable'; the Chicago Tribune's 'best reissue of the year' (2006).



Cult Cargo Grand Bahama Goombay
Seventies Caribbean soul and funk — one ear tuned in to nearby Miami, with reggae and jazz in the mix too — from Frank Penn's Freeport operation.



Cult Cargo Soul Messages From Dimona
Almost preposterous, this beautiful snapshot of a US expat community fetched up in Dimona, Israel, in the second half of the seventies, holding faith with its love of Chicago soul and spiritual jazz. Vinyl now too.



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.





Don't Stop: Recording Tap Don't Stop: Recording Tap
A fascinating delve into the bizarre and brilliant world of Jeremiah Yisrael and the funky disco treasures of Tap Records. The boxed vinyl is beautifully done even by Numero standards, with 11 extras and a free CD...



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



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