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Herman Jones I Love You
Two sides of unreleased, vintage Minneapolis funk by the Exciters front-man.
As with the 94 East, the flipside is exclusive to this seven.




King Bullard Version Songs Of The Bos Label
Soul-drenched, late-sixties gospel from Cleveland.





Light: On The South Side
Gorgeous and heavy-duty: a hardback of photos of mid-70s South Side Chicago clubland — Kools, cars, sex, threads, booze, Pimp Oil — with a juicy double-LP of funky blues. To Europe only; UK postage free.



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 Downriver Revival
Gospel, group soul, garage-punk, northern, jazz and funk, recorded by Felton Williams between 1967 and1981 in Ecorse, just downriver from Detroit. Amazingly the DVD contains 200 more recordings, and a film.




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.



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.




Master Plan Inc. Try It (You'll Like It)
Sweet, sassy, mid-70s soul, recorded in Minneapolis, produced in Chicago.
Doug Shorts' silky vocals meet break-heavy, horn-laden funk.




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.