Review: Dr John Blair's 1983 boogie-rap jam "Respect" is one of those lesser-known records, which deserves wider recognition. Seriously, once you've heard it, you'll curse yourself for not finding it sooner. Given that original copies go for upwards of L20 online, this sneaky repress is a Godsend. The original version, partly produced by Roy Ayers, pits rap vocals against wild synthesizers, heavyweight slap bass, party percussion and a killer groove. Arguably even better is the flipside instrumental, which features synthesizer solos so intense and psychedelic that they might send you into some kind of dancefloor trance.