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The Notations That Girl
Lush, previously unreleased sides by the Chicagoan vocal harmony group, recorded in 1971 at Gene Cash's studio, after the demise of Twinight.






Ginny Can't Be Serious
Cosmo-Balearica hugely in-demand since featuring on DJ Harveys legendary Sarcastic Mix. Sultry female vocals and twinkling synths over a killer slo-mo groove.





Five Points Equality
Fabulous feminist boogie-rap from early-eighties NYC, originally out on Rissa Chrissa off-shoot Applegold. Totally infectious no-shit party jam.



Lonnie Givens Runnin' To A Disco
Seminal Chicago boogie released in the late-70s on Mason. So good that Curtis tried to sign it to Curtom; so nice that Lonnie cut it twice, secondly with a couple of Detroit Emeralds at the desk. All versions here.






Linda Di Franco The Balearic Sound Of Linda Di Franco
Laidback, jazzy, sultry disco with the Balearic classic TV Scene, a dreamy Bacharach And David, and porny, grooving Stay. Standout is the extended mix of the kinky My Boss, big DJ Harvey record.