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Ben E. King Street Tough
The 1981 12-inch version (that's Luther on bv; Willie Hutch with the composer's credit). Plus the upbeat-disco of Music Trance, both rapturous parts of Supernatural Thing, and the rare-groove classic Spoiled.



Master Plan Inc. Something To Be Done
1980 Chicago boogie-soul, recorded at Brunswick, originally out on Mundo; with the previously-unreleased demo version on the flip.





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.







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.





Plaza Flip Phone
Johan Churchill's electro-lounge boogie... via PPU.



Charles Earland Over And Over
You get your money's worth. Over And Over was co-produced with Randy Muller from Brass Construction: a nine-minute jazz-funk master-class... big Mancuso tune. Then a furious dancer; some slinky space funk.



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.