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3 Cember (limited blue vinyl 7" + insert)
Cat: ZEL 02. Rel: 02 Jul 19
  1. 3 Cember (3:06)
  2. Yafta (3:50)
Review: If you're unfamiliar with the name Mavi Gunes 69, don't worry: it's a brand new project from Osman Murat Ertel - co-founder of cult Turkish psych-folk band BaBa Zula - and his life partner Esma Ertel, a talented singer, songwriter and dancer. There's much to admire on this out-there debut single, not least the lo-fi psychedelia of "3 Cember", where Esma Ertel's half-chanted vocals rise above hallucinatory Middle Eastern instrumentation (drenched in copious amounts of reverb) and a dark, low-slung groove. Flipside "Yafta" is a slightly more up-tempo affair, with flash-fried acid-funk guitar flashes and exotic instrumental flourishes rising above a near tribal late night groove. Both tracks are hugely atmospheric and undeniably intoxicating.
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 in stock $12.03
Cat: WWRB 002. Rel: 02 Jan 19
  1. Madras Express (5:45)
  2. Stay-Pressed (3:13)
Review: Back in the autumn, Wack Wack Rhythm Band launched the WWRB label, in the process dropping their first single in six years. This speedy follow-up is similarly impressive. For us, it's all-about A-side "Madras Express", a speeding, funk-fuelled journey through meandering saxophone solos, punchy horn breaks, fast-fingered electric bass, spacey Moog motifs and all manner of layered additional percussion. That said, there's also much to admire about Hammond funk workout "Stay Pressed", where jammed out solos and lead lines come accompanied by sharp guitar riffs, Mod-era lead guitar solos and the kind of stomping beat that would excite even the most miserable of Northern Soul enthusiasts. It also contains an absolutely killer drum solo, which is something we at least can't get enough of.
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 in stock $14.96
Be Alright (12")
Cat: WONDER 105. Rel: 27 Oct 17
  1. Sowia (feat Samito) (3:32)
  2. Ginobili (3:40)
  3. Camera (3:51)
  4. Antilles Trax (4:05)
 in stock $11.76
Bienaventuranza Remixes (white vinyl 12")
Cat: WONDER 135. Rel: 23 May 19
  1. Alegria (Nicola Cruz remix) (5:52)
  2. Ilalo (feat Mateo Kingman - Baiuca remix) (4:46)
  3. Los Pastores (Rafael Aragon remix) (6:21)
  4. Baru (El Buho remix) (4:46)
 in stock $12.03
Abu Ali (Record Store Day 2019) (limited yellow vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: WWSLP 021LP. Rel: 30 Apr 19
  1. Abu Ali (13:12)
  2. Prelude (Theme From Mais El Rim) (12:49)
Review: Wewantsounds' 2019 Record Store Day release takes us back to 1978 and a hard-to-find 12" single from Lebanese composer, pianist, playwright and political commentator Ziad Rahbani. "Abu Ali" is perhaps not Rahbani's best known work - in the Arab world his various albums are far more celebrated - but it is one that has chimed with Western audiences thanks to its assimilation of elements of American disco, soul and funk. The title track is something of a beast: a 10-minute epic that wraps Arabic orchestration, mazy horn refrains and prominent piano motifs around an atmospheric disco groove and intergalactic synthesizer lines. It's bonkers but brilliant, making this reissue more than welcome. On the flipside there's a chance to enjoy "Prelude (Theme from Mais El Rim)", an epic example of Rahbani's 1970s soundtrack work.
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 in stock $32.05
Brazuca B Boy (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: WAXNERDS 010. Rel: 15 May 19
  1. Brazuca B Boy (4:11)
  2. Sep 19th (3:27)
 in stock $13.90
Gundo Fara EP (12" + insert)
Cat: WAHEVER 006. Rel: 19 Dec 18
  1. Seli (2:45)
  2. Tare (4:06)
  3. Seli Drums (2:48)
  4. Sya Drums (4:40)
 in stock $14.71
Cat: WAH 12041. Rel: 02 Sep 19
  1. Yesu Yan Yan (Village cuts remix) (5:32)
  2. Yesu Yan Yan (Envee Disco mix) (6:02)
  3. So Ma (Blood, Wine Or Honey remix) (6:33)
  4. Nye Fo Chen (Kaye (Darker Than Wax) remix) (6:13)
 in stock $8.82
Cat: VF 1. Rel: 01 Aug 13
  1. Time Factor
  2. You Are The One
Review: A bona fide Afro funk legend, Tony Grey cut his teeth in Nigeria as a James Brown impersonator before establishing pacts with his backing band The Black 7 who later morphed into the Ozimba Messengers. Their album The Message was released in 1981 and gave us both of these outrageously funky jams. "Time Factor" is undiluted disco complete with cool pops and whistles that Dave Lee has been championing for 30 years. "You Are The One" shows more of its Nigerian heartbeat amidst the tight horns and Tony's emphatic vocal delivery. Complete with a poster, this is a really special reissue.
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 in stock $9.62
Azali (inc. Aroop Roy edit) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VLM 002. Rel: 19 Aug 19
  1. Azali (5:01)
  2. Birika (4:14)
  3. Azali (Aroop Roy edit) (6:46)
Review: Sammy Massamba's "Azali" originally came out in 1990. The afrobeat artist's sound is shockingly potent, fusing his roots with disco and boogie to create the stuff party dreams are made of. The song has just the necessary edge to make a classic, with the vocals leading the way through the tune beautifully. "Birika" is a slower jam, but no less bold with its keyboard brass and choice guitar solo. Aroop Roy jumps on the flip to edit "Azali", stretching out a touch and adding a little subtle drum machine jack to the beat. It's tastefully done, keeping the vibe on the original intact.
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 in stock $10.69
Relax (7")
Cat: EF 63. Rel: 25 Jan 17
  1. Relax (4:11)
  2. Contagio (4:01)
 in stock $6.15
Hector (reissue) (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: VAMPI 45 070. Rel: 03 Oct 19
  1. Hector (2:48)
  2. I'm Leaving (3:00)
Played by: The Allergies
 in stock $9.62
Cat: 45 2971 BLACK. Rel: 28 May 14
  1. Soul Makossa (long version)
Review: Sampled by everyone from J-Lo to Jay-Z, Manu Dibango's 1972 classic is perhaps one of the most influential and heavily referenced afrofunk tracks of all time. Echoing with shades of every genre we know and love today, it still sounds just as timeless, infectious and ultimately agenda-setting today as the first time you heard it. If your collection doesn't sport this original yet, now is most certainly the time.
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 in stock $13.64
Cat: UIKY 75068. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Jazz A Gogo (2:26)
  2. Le Coeur Qui Jazze (2:46)
 in stock $25.66
Daddy Da Da (7" + insert)
Cat: UIKY 75069. Rel: 16 Nov 18
  1. Dady Da Da (2:42)
  2. Le Temps Du Tempo (2:40)
Played by: Tunguska Sound
 in stock $17.10
Tudo Bem (7")
Cat: UC 004. Rel: 18 Feb 15
  1. Tudo Bem
  2. Luanda
Review: Sao Paulo's SELVAGEM drop a masterful double sider for Universal Cave 004. "Tudo Bem" is sunny, soulful AOR bliss. A tribute to a favorite Brazilian musician and an update for contemporary rotation. "Luanda" is hypnotic, psychedelic tropicalia. Truly digging deep, SELVAGEM give Universal Cave a taste of the Forward Deep & Free sounds of Balnearico from Brazil. Balnearico is the fusion of balearic and "balneario," the Portuguese word that is synonymous with beach.
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 in stock $7.48
Cat: UBKA 9005. Rel: 18 Jun 18
  1. Tanko Bushi (3:09)
  2. Like A Child (3:55)
 in stock $20.31
Rise (7")
Cat: TSR 013. Rel: 27 Sep 19
  1. Rise (4:46)
  2. Tobacco & Sage (4:02)
Review: Having previously toured with bands including Orgone and Monophonics, Venice Beach vocalist Terin Moswen Ector is trying his hand as a solo artist. Transistor Sound has snapped up his forthcoming debut album, and here offer up a tasty two-track teaser. "Rise" is utterly gorgeous and sees Moswen's inspired, Bob Marley influenced vocal rising above a brilliant bed of skittish, Afro-Cuban jazz influenced grooves, clipped guitars, fuzzy Hammond organ motifs and rich horns. He moves further towards Fela Kuti style Afrobeat territory on heavyweight flipside "Tobacco & Sage", a killer instrumental club-rocker and a half.
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 in stock $10.69
Cymbals (7" + insert)
Cat: TRS 008. Rel: 21 Mar 19
  1. Cymbals (4:33)
  2. Zemer Nuge (3:23)
 in stock $12.39
Cat: TRS 007. Rel: 02 Aug 18
  1. The High Voices - "Halilit Kesem" (4:01)
  2. Shlomo Gronich - "Please Stay" (Todres edit) (3:37)
 in stock $9.36
El Warda (7")
Cat: TRS 009. Rel: 12 Sep 19
  1. El Warda (3:16)
  2. Loz Ou Gahgah (2:05)
Played by: DJ Kobayashi
 in stock $13.90
  1. Les Filles De Illighadad - "Tende I" (6:18)
  2. Les Filles De Illighadad - "Tende II" (7:39)
  3. Edmony Krater - "Gwadloup" (7:40)
  4. Edmony Krater - "Lage" (8:23)
  5. Les Filles De Illighadad - "Tende II" (Dauwd & Maryisonacid mix) (5:42)
  6. Edmony Krater - "Gwadloup" (Dauwd remix) (4:29)
  7. Edmony Krater - "Lage" (AAITF Outerlude) (1:39)
  8. Edmony Krater - "Gwadloup" (DJ Oil remix) (9:02)
Played by: LEGO EDIT
 in stock $35.29
My Love (magenta vinyl 7" limited to 100 copies)
Cat: TWR 006. Rel: 25 Apr 18
  1. The Reggae Pretenders - "My Love" (2:28)
  2. Weldon Otis - "It's Alright" (3:13)
 in stock $12.57
J'Ouvert (12")
TEC
Cat: 61 BLACK. Rel: 30 Sep 16
  1. J'Ouvert (long version) (5:26)
  2. J'Ouvert (short version) (2:35)
 in stock $12.03
Tal
Cat: TAL 002EP. Rel: 16 Jan 17
  1. Orutu Run (Lena Willikens remix) (6:04)
  2. Mix Zwei (Toulouse Low Trax mix) (7:49)
  3. Sorbe Pekingese (Don't DJ remix) (4:50)
  4. Bunde Dub (Orson dub mix) (4:54)
Review: Last May, Tal released On Mande, the second album from traditional Kenyan combo Ogoya Nengo & The Dodo Women's Group. As the title suggestions, On Mande Versions sees their percussive workouts being remixed by a quartet of electronic music talents. Lena Willikens turns "Orutu Run" into a mid-tempo, tribal techno chugger, while Tolouse Low Trax re-imagines as "Mix Zwei" as a spaced-out Afro-dub masterpiece. Orson's more floor-friendly version of "Bunde Dub" continues on a similarly steppy, bass-heavy tip, leaving Berceuse Heroique regular Don't DJ to steal the show with a thrillingly weird and out-there rework of "Sorbe Pekingese".
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Cat: GMT 56. Rel: 18 Jun 19
  1. The Birth Of The Odyssey/Monkey Magic (4:55)
  2. Thank You, Baby (1:56)
  3. Gandhara (5:21)
 in stock $21.93
Cat: WSO 002. Rel: 07 Sep 17
  1. Obey The Chief (6:19)
  2. The Path (6:57)
  3. Eko Funk (5:26)
 in stock $8.55
Cat: STRUT 154S. Rel: 16 Jun 17
  1. Agb'oju L'ogun (12" version) (11:45)
  2. Agb'oju L'ogun (LP version) (11:43)
Review: A staple selection from Strut since its Nigeria 70 collection, this momentous piece of musical history dates back to 1979 when iconic vocalist Shina brought together the likes of Biddy Wright, Fred Fisher, Saliu Alabi and more decorated Nigerian musicians for a one-off supergroup. This epic, slippery freeform 11 minute piece of pure Afrofunk was the timeless result. Having enjoyed a handful of reissues and returns in its near 40 year life, this is the first time it's been remastered and delivered with all its original artwork and a full list of credits. Perfect to the very detail.
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 in stock $12.03
Cat: STEDIT 005. Rel: 20 Feb 19
  1. Oman Foa (Danvers edit) (7:49)
  2. Hwe Hwe Mu Na Yi Wompena (Ben Gomori Message Of Love edit) (7:15)
  3. Hwe Hwe Mu Na Yi Wompena (Ben Gomori Message Of Love live dub) (5:56)
Review: Afrobeat revivalists Yaaba Funk are getting a welcome new lease of life here, as the Sterns Edits crew turns in a trio of fresh reworks from their largely overlooked 2010 album "Afrobeast". Contemporary broken beat hero Danvers handles side A, turning in a swinging, hot-stepping revision of sun-kissed juju number "Oman Foa" that adds just the right amount of modern dancefloor clout to an otherwise perfect Afro-soul workout. Over on side B, Ben Gomori offers up two versions of "Hwe Hwe Mu Na Yi Wompena": a spacey Afrobeat/Afro-disco style peak-time "Message of Love Edit" and the arguably superior - and certainly impressively bass-heavy - "Message of Love Live Dub".
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Cat: STEDIT 006. Rel: 26 Jun 19
  1. Sigi Sele (Ben Gomori edit) (7:40)
  2. Sigi Sele (Ben Gomori Disco dub) (5:42)
  3. Djina Mousso (Tom Jay edit) (6:13)
Review: For those who dig dancefloor-friendly takes on World Music classics, the Sterns Edits label - a collaboration between producer Ben Gomori and long-serving African and Brazilian music specialists Sterns Music - should be an imprint to watch. The label's latest must-have EP boasts fresh revisions of killer cuts from the epic back catalogue of Malian artist Nahawa Doumbia. Gomori works his magic on 1987 cut "Sige Sele", first sticking rolling house beats beneath the original's cut-glass strings, funky bass, storming horns and superb vocals (the A-side "Edit"), before opening the flipside with a largely vocal free "Disco Dub" that's arguably even better. To round things off, Tom Jay offers a similarly tooled up take on the more synthesizer-heavy "Djina Mousso".
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Cat: STEDIT 002. Rel: 10 Jan 18
  1. Bar Konon Mousso (Musicien C'est Pas Quelqu'un) (Ben Gomori N'est Pas musicien edit) (8:00)
  2. Massa Kamba (Ben Gomori's Massabbatical edit) (9:11)
Review: This officially licensed 12" sees prolific British disco producer Ben Gomori take a scalpel to two cuts from veteran African musician Amadou Balake's 2015 album, In Conclusion. On side A you'll find a fantastic, eight-minute extension of the breezy shuffler "Bar Konon Mousso (Musicien C'est Pas Quelqu'un)", where snaking saxophone solos and sun-kissed, juju style guitars rise above a hot-stepping, bass-heavy groove. Turn to the flipside for a thrillingly epic take on "Massa Kamba", a deeper and slightly more musically intricate cut blessed with a blissful; Pat Metheny style jazz guitar breakdown, memorable chorus vocals and evocative horn lines.
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 in stock $10.43
Cat: SS 2016. Rel: 22 Jul 16
  1. Airto Moreira - "Celebration Suite" (4:22)
  2. Gilberto Gil - "Maracatu Atomico" (4:22)
Review: Timed to coincide with the upcoming 2016 Olympics in Rio, the $tateside label comes through with a 7"-shaped celebration of Brazilian music featuring two classic cuts from the archives of Airto Moreira and Gilberto Gil. Even if you don't know it by name, Moreira's "Celebration Suite" should be instantly familiar, a jazz-fusion/samba batucada anthem that truly lives up its joyous name!! Flip it over and Gilberto Gil is on hand for a more mellow accompaniment in the shape of bossa samba standard "Maracatu Atomico," lifted from his 1975 album Viramundo. Comes as a yellow and green samba seven special!
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 in stock $9.92
Asafo (12")
Cat: SNDW 12030. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. Jon K - "Asafo" (4:45)
  2. Pat Thomas - "Enye Woa" (extended intro) (6:25)
 in stock $10.16
Mangase (limited 12")
Cat: SNDW 12020. Rel: 25 Jul 14
  1. Shaluza Max - "Mangase"
  2. Tabu Ley Rochereau - "Hafi Deo"
Review: A special summer-tuned dedication to two of Africa's most creative contributors who both passed away at the birth of the New Year. First up, South Africa's Shaluza Max's 2002 classic gets the revisitation it deserves; big accordions, honeyed Zulu vocals and a chugging groove that could plough into any dancefloor under the sun, it struts with a timeless sense of universal groove science. Flip for a rewind to the mid 80s as Soundway pays tribute to the hugely prolific Tabu Lay Rochereau. Complete with smooth, soothing synths, show-stopping harmonies and slinky bassline that won't quit, it's as heart-rending now as it was 30 years ago.
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 in stock $10.69
Easing (12")
Cat: SNDW 12037. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Easing (8:04)
  2. Easing (version) (6:49)
Review: George and Glen Miller are undoubtedly best known for their West End Records released 1982 boogie-soul classic "Touch Your Life". They released plenty of other records that flitted between soca, reggae, disco, and - in the latter stages of their career - electrofunk. "Easing", which appeared at some point at the turn of the '80s on London label Third World, remains one of their most potent releases - and, in its original form at least, formidably hard to find. This Soundway reissue wisely replicates the track list of the original release, beginning with the title track - a deliciously percussive, musically intricate chunk of peak-time disco smothered in sharp, Afro-funk style horns and George and Glen Miller's lilting reggae-soul style vocals. The flipside "Version" strips out the vocals, allowing listeners to hear in greater detail the pair's impeccable arrangements and instrumentations (particularly the fine orchestration and rich groove).
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 in stock $8.42
Cat: SNDW 12005. Rel: 07 Dec 05
  1. Joe Mensah - "Africa Is Home" (Natural Self re-edit)
  2. Oscar Sulley - "Olufeme" (Natural Self remix)
 in stock $11.23
 in stock $8.55
Cat: SNDW 10003. Rel: 25 Oct 13
  1. Black Dialogue
  2. I Want Get Up
  3. Black Star Blues
  4. Let Me Keep Away From You
Review: Destination mid 70s Nairobi where Madagascan guitarist Jimmy Mawi was laying down some serious vibes... Signed to EMI's Pathe imprint, he released three singles during his career which have all since faded to obscurity. Until now. Dusty, garagey and steaming with raw blues fusion, it's hard to deny any parallels to Hendrix as Mawi expresses himself with a rough heartfelt frenzy. Highlights include the Zep-level smoked out soul of "Blue Star Blues" and the insistent drive and reverbed out faraway vocals on "Black Dialogue". Another exemplary Afro-funk find from Soundway.
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 in stock $10.56
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Scarface (7")
Cat: SG 055. Rel: 04 Apr 18
  1. Scarface (6:40)
  2. This Day (5:28)
Review: Four years on from their last outing, Japan's premier neo-Afrobeat band returns to the warm embrace of Soul Garden Records. A-side "Scarface" is arguably one of the band's most addictive and ear-pleasing tracks yet; a rousing Afrobeat workout that sees band members trading solos over a densely percussive, Fela Kuti style workout. In a bid to let us have a bit of a breather, flipside "This Day" is a more languid and laidback affair, with drunken trumpet solos and jammed-out keys relaxing over a shuffling, Afro-Latin groove. As ever, the playing is immaculate and the production authentically fuzzy. Worth a listen.
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 in stock $11.76
Tu Jamas (7")
Cat: SG 039. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Tu Jamas (4:14)
  2. Solo Tu Amor (4:55)
Review: Although best known as the lead singer of well-regarded Japanese funk-soul band O.A.S.B, Amy Akaoka has long dreamed up recording a salsa album in the style of '60s and '70s pianist and bandleader Larry Harlow. This tasty two-track 7" single is her first release in the style - the album will appear later in the year - and is as summery, breezy and life affirming as you'd expect. She begins with "Tu Jamas", where male backing vocals, jaunty pianos and her own passionate lead vocal ride a sweat-soaked salsa rhythm. Turn to the B-side for the horn-heavy delight that is breezy salsa shuffler "Solo Tu Amor". Naturally, both are hugely authentic to the style of salsa championed by Harlow.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Bomb (7")
Cat: SG 054. Rel: 24 Apr 18
  1. Bomb (Ultimate take) (6:15)
  2. Panama (4:25)
Review: Nu-wave afrobeat swingers, Jaribu Afrobeat Arkestra, touch back down on Masamichi Ishikawa's Soul Garden, and they have arrived just in time for what we hope to be a blazing hot summer of joyful Fela vibes. In fact, these guys have cited Kuti as their main inspiration - which is always a good thing, in our opinion - and the title track "Bomb" is clearly of that ilk, unleashing a driving bass surrounded by wild chanting and a little disco sensibility. On the flipside, "Panama" provides a deeper, cooler edge that's much more in line with Kuti's work alongside the Afrika 70 band, with booming horns guiding the jazzed-out percussion. LUSH!
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  1. Eastern Comfort (6:38)
  2. Eko Ile (5:22)
Review: Fela Kuti fans Jaribu Afrobeat Arkestra last came to our attention in 2014 via a fantastic sophomore set on Soul Garden. Here, the Japanese neo-Afrobeat combo returns to the same imprint with the first of two simultaneously released 7" singles. A-side "Eastern Comfort" is a typically jaunty and undulating affair, with bold, Fela-esque tenor sax motifs and delay-laden spoken work vocals dancing around Nigeria '70 guitars and loose, Tony Allen style drums. Flipside "Eko Ile" is an altogether more forthright and up-tempo affair whose rasping horns and JuJu guitars are slightly overshadowed by some elongated organ action.
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 in stock $14.44
Cat: SCR 1250. Rel: 03 Jun 19
  1. Just A Place (Gerd Janson remix) (6:42)
  2. Just A Place (Sol Power All Stars remix) (6:30)
  3. Just A Place (Peter Matson Disco edit) (6:47)
  4. Just A Place (Greg Wilson & Che Wilson remix) (6:57)
  5. Just A Place (Soul Clap vs Midnight Magic remix) (7:06)
  6. Just A Place (Gerd Janson Drum mix) (3:41)
 in stock $16.31
Cat: SD 03. Rel: 20 Sep 16
  1. Hot Revolution (Caliente remix) (6:42)
  2. Festejo Trucupey (feat Juan Tomas Martinez) (4:17)
 in stock $13.10
Cat: FSR 04. Rel: 25 Feb 19
  1. Golden Lady (4:00)
  2. C'est La Vie (4:41)
 in stock $12.57
No No No (limited 7" 再プレス) (1 per customer)
Cat: BAS 1006. Rel: 11 Sep 19
  1. No, No, No (3:52)
  2. Evil Ways (instrumental) (2:58)
Review: Originally pressed (on a limited run) in 2013, LA Latin funk troupe Boogaloo Assassins have reissued these two spellbinding cover versions again due to public demand. Still on a highly limited run, both cuts need to be in your collection: Dawn Penn's "No No No" gets a strict samba switch with lavish percussion and consistent vocal harmonies throughout while Sonny Henry's "Evil Ways" (best known from its Santana cover) gets the dreamy instrumental treatment where the horns and glocks do the narrating over a tight bed of wood blocks, shakers and liquid Rhodes. Killer stuff and Juno is one of the few stores outside of USA which is carrying the 45. Don't Sleep !
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 in stock $12.30
Cat: SF 04. Rel: 12 Feb 19
  1. It's A Mess (7:36)
  2. Afro Breakdance (6:30)
Review: After cutting his teeth in Atlantic-signed jazz-fusion band Kabasa in the early 1980s, vocalist and bassist Tata Sibeko briefly pursued a solo career. He only ever released two 12" singles as Tata, but one - the 1985 double A-side treat "It's A Mess/Afro Breakdance" - has gone on to become something of an in-demand item amongst collectors of South African dance music. Here Sharp Flat has given it the reissue treatment. A-side "It's A Mess" is a fine chunk of breezy, lo-fi electrofunk in which Sibeko sings cheerily - despite the downbeat lyrical content - over colourful synths, bubbling machine drums and a thickset synth bassline. Arguably even better is "Afro Breakdance", which sounds like a superior, slightly deeper South African take on teapot-dance innovators Break Machine.
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 in stock $14.17
  1. Filhos De Gandhi (Um Abraco Em Gilberto Gil) (3:44)
  2. Filhos De Gandhi (Um Abraco Em Gilberto Gil) (Mike Burns edit) (4:40)
 in stock $10.56
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