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Barry Gray Stand By For Adverts: Rare Jazz, Jingles And Advertising Electronics
Eighty hip cues — sixty on the LP — from 1959-65: stuff like Banana Mellows cereal, Horlicks, Elastoplast, Sunsilk, Ogden's tobacco, and the Hoover Keymatic. The Mike Sammes Singers and Eric Sykes at the mic.





Solomon King The Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture
Jmmy Lewis' 1974 soul soundtrack. The A-side is given over to an amazing Love Unlimited-style high-steppin' hip-dressin' instrumental excursion with electronic drumming, wah wah and full trimmings.




Black Shampoo Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music by Gerald Lee for the 1976 film. Very enjoyable mix of loose funk, out-there ambience, outre spoken word, and sound effects.



I Spy Music From The TV Series
Jazzy thrills and spills, composed and conducted by Earle Hagen.



Black Girl
Blaxploitation soundtrack from the team behind Fritz The Cat, with Betty Everett, Walter Hawkins and Sonny Stitt, and some tough organ funk led by Merl Saunders.



Bollywood Funk Experience
Compiled by Jonny Trunk and Joel Martin from Quiet Village. From some fine jazz and dug-out Burman, to bananas versions of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and These Boots Are Made For Walking.



Life On Earth Music From The 1979 BBC TV Series
Edward Williams' 'plaintive John Cameron / Basil Kirchin-esque' chamber music for the great David Attenborough series.




Aretha Franklin Sparkle
Curtis steered the Queen back on track in 1976 with this majestic, but pared-down production (not exactly a soundtrack), with plenty of killers, like Something He Can Feel, soul heaven.




Kung Fu Super Sounds
Taken from the Shaw Brothers’ kung-fu movies from the 1970s and 80s — Return To The 36th Chamber, Invincible Shaolin, The Master, Dirty Ho and co. Check the film titles in the tracklisting.



Art Ensemble Of Chicago Les Stances A Sophie
Theme De Yoyo, the funk jazz classic. The DVD is Moshe Mizrahi's 1970 swinging, fist-waving New Wave flic; and an hour-long interview with Joseph Jarman. The last thousand records, nicely sleeved.