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Rocket Juice & The Moon Leave-Taking EP
Three deep funk instrumentals HBE on the opener. Sound-wise, doubly lethal, as alive as vinyl gets. Silvered, silk-screened sleeve; limited.

The Russell Brothers The Party Scene
Terrific, stripped, stone-cold electro funk classic from 1983: driving, hypnotic, melodic, strongly atmospheric, with pounding bass drums and ominously ticking hi-hats, and a heart of darkness.

Arthur Russell Is It All Over My Face?
Nice to have this luxuriating over twelve inches at 45rpm. The others are harder to come by; This Is How We Walk On The Moon is beautiful. Silk-screened sleeve.

S.O.U.L. Burning Spear
The Richard Evans jazz funk terror.

SARR Band Magic Mandrake
Legendary undergound disco from 1978. An undulating stomper with grooving bass, boogie horns and sleazy vocals; and disco-psych on the flip, chuggier, with seedy flute-loops and smoky synths.

Scorpio And His People The Unforgiven
Sensational funky soul from 1972, urgent and surging. Great singing embeds What's Going On in the penitential drama. The original goes for thousands.

More-ish combination of UK street soul and spiritual jazz, from Floating Points' label.

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.

Carly Simon Tranquillo
The vaunted extended version of the Balearic weapon favoured by Harvey and co produced by Arif Mardin in 1978.