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Mickey And The Soul Generation Iron Leg
Rugged early-seventies funk — greasy, fatback and home-cooked — championed hard back in the day by DJ Shadow, now with full Numero trimmings and service.






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





Sidney Pinchback / Schiller Street Gang Soul Strokes / Remind Me
Twisted Chicago funk — fatback drumming and fluid bass, with foghorns, fuzz and tripping horns.



Pisces A Lovely Sight
Previously unissued underground rock from 1969, Rockford, Illinois.



Annette Poindexter Wayward Dream / Mama
Syl Johnson productions, from the Lunar Rotation compilation of Twinight sides. Seared singing, freaky strings, horns whipped from Smokey — windy city class.



Purple Snow Forecasting The Minneapolis Sound
Two antenatal hours of rare and unreleased recordings — from Jimmy Jam extroversion to André Cymone’s bedroom demos — with Prince's head showing from the off. A 144-page book, in fine Numero style.



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.



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.