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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 Soul Mighty Mike Lenaburg
Out of Phoenix, Arizona, Lenaburg's 60s and 70s productions typify the wrong-side-of-the-desert sound (if ever there was). A melange of Tejano psych, flutey funk, horny soul, and fistfight doo-wop.



Eccentric Soul The Big Mack Label
For twenty years in Detroit, this label failed at everything except what counts: soulful doo-wop, blistering garage funk, sultry R and B, cut-rate Hendrix over a steel drum break. Now on vinyl too.



Eccentric Soul The Deep City Label
Four years of singles on the Lloyd and Deep City labels run by Willie Clark and Johnny Pearsall: sixties Miami's rarest of the rare, including the vinyl debuts of Betty Wright and Paul Kelly.



Eccentric Soul The Bandit Label
The history of the Chicago label, and the life of its owner Arrow Brown: twenty tracks of blistering R and B, sweet soul, and discofied funk. Now on vinyl, in a sumptuous Numero box-set.



Eccentric Soul The Capsoul Label
Short for 'Capital City Soul', this Columbus, Ohio label ran for five years during the 1970s. Founded by Bill Moss, a local singer and DJ, Capsoul released just a dozen 45s and one LP.



Equidity Funk
Super-rare, big-money, cream-of-the-crop Peter Brown productions throwing down vintage electro, hiphop and funk. Supervised by the man himself.





Funky Frauleins 2
'Female beat, groove, funk from Germany, 19681981.' 180g vinyl.





Good God! Born Again Funk
A triumphant sequel to the Gospel Funk Hymnal, now on vinyl.



Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal
Primitive choirs, spacious breaks, congas, old-boy rappers impersonating the devil, cast-recordings, thumping bass, and JB copyists all with a heavy slathering of gospel gravy.