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Syl Johnson Mississippi Main Man
The best of his Hi sides, 1972-76.








The Chi-Lites (For God's Sake) Give More Power To The People
Forty years on, the title-track is still freaked, urgent, on-the-money. Have You Seen Her and Love Uprising in the place, too.



Starvue Body Fusion
Totally killer rare groove masterwork, finger-popping and super-sexy, recorded in Chicago in 1980. Produced by Chi-Lite Clarence Johnson; Tony Hicks at the mic.



Leroy Hutson The Man!
His second LP, from 1974, featuring a nice, mellow version of The Ghetto. With Fred Reklaw and Phil Upchurch.



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



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





Bandera Doo Wop
For Your Precious Love started out as a Bandera recording (subsequently leased to Vee-Jay), made by co-owner Vi Muszynski ó and there are eleven Impressions sides here, seven of them previously unissued.



Lionel Hampton Please Sunrise
Masterful jazz vibes set to Willie Henderson's funky arrangements of Brunswick soul ó great Eugene Record compositions like Otis Leavill's enraptured Love Uprising.