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Sunny
Sunny (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: MXU 012. Rel: 02 Apr 20
Funky/Club House
  1. Sunny (9:49)
  2. Sunny (acappella) (9:49)
  3. Sunny (Seven Davis Jr remix) (7:40)
 in stock $12.01
52nd Street Beat Tape
52nd Street Beat Tape (limited hand-stamped cassette)
Cat: MXU 011. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Techno
  1. TZ Time Machine (3:00)
  2. Stretched Out Roads (2:11)
  3. A Hun'ned (1:54)
  4. Descanso En La Casa (4:30)
  5. Hood Karma (2:23)
  6. Oh Agnes (1:33)
  7. Winston's Lot (1:30)
  8. Upright (1:31)
  9. Zoom Out The Window (0:51)
  10. PA 2K (2:12)
  11. Truth In Roots (2:14)
  12. Petnhouse Sweet (1:47)
  13. Talkin' With Shorty (3:26)
  14. I Could Show You 52nd Street (5:42)
  15. Swing Street (3:21)
  16. Hawrt Beat (3:25)
  17. End End End (2:34)
  18. Way Too Short (1:27)
  19. That SP Feel (0:44)
  20. One For Throggs Neck (1:47)
  21. Doughboy Yellin' Domino (3:33)
  22. Random Shift (2:20)
  23. Femme Fatale (1:37)
  24. The Results (1:34)
  25. The Best (0:52)
 in stock $15.59
Stick Together
Cat: MXMRK 2040. Rel: 23 Mar 21
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Stick Together (edit By Mr K) (8:16)
  2. Body Language (edit By Mr K) (5:58)
Review: Mr. K and Most Excellent Unlimited are back once again and this time featuring a lowdown and stomping disco gem from Minnie Riperton. Her 1977 single 'Stick Together' rather sticks out in her discography of smooth modern soul, but that's not to say it isn't great. The second half to the original is what has been reworked in this edit and so we are treated to a lengthy exploration featuring keyboardist Sonny Burke (laying down some irresistible keys. Flip it over for his take on 'Body Language,' an album cut on the Jackson Five's last Motown album and here served up with an iconic bass line that just doesn't quit.
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Tags: Soul Disco
 in stock $12.01
Mahlalela (Lazy Bones)
Cat: MXMRK 2041. Rel: 11 Jun 21
Funk
  1. Mahlalela (Lazy Bones) (edit By Mr K) (5:15)
  2. Barrio Nuevo (edit By Mr K) (4:52)
Review: Mr. K is back with a killer double-sider of African funk and Latin disco. Loud and cut for the dancefloor on a small-hole 7-inch, it's another Mr. K sure shot!
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 in stock $10.22
Mr K Edits: Action
Cat: MXMRK 2048. Rel: 19 May 22
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Action (5:33)
  2. World Famous (3:44)
Review: The inimitable Mr K lands once more on the Most Excellent Unltd label with more of his a-grade edits. He kicks off with a signature disc-funk sounds that could be from any ear in the last forty years. The bass licks really get you up on your toes as the dangling chords and leggy drums heighten the groove. A steamy female vocal then flips you out. On the backside is 'World Famous' which is a cut up groove with some great scratching, old school electro-boogie in the cords and a nice lush lead piano line that brings the joy.
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Tags: Disco Funk
 in stock $11.23
It Should Have Been Me
Cat: MXMRK 2049. Rel: 17 Jun 22
Soul
  1. It Should Have Been Me (4:10)
  2. Brand New Lover (5:04)
Review: Mr K (Danny Krivit) is back once again with another vital selection of his edits kicking off with the title track 'It Should Have Been Me' a lazy and heart wrenching soul jam with deep cut bass, guttural female vocals that are as raw as you can imagine and some lush strings. It's a great vision of a stone cold classic that will never fail in any setting to get tears going. On the flipside, 'Brand New Lover' picks up the pace with a silky disco-funk-soul groove to carry you into a lovely headspace.

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Tags: Soul Disco
 in stock $11.23
If You Really Love Me (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: MXMRK 2046. Rel: 03 May 22
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. If You Really Love Me (Me & The Gang remix - Mr K edit) (7:34)
  2. I Know You I Live You (Mr K edit) (9:14)
Review: There is a good chance that the K in Mr K stands for Knife, surely, because of how good this man is as crafting his own studio edits? Next up he tackles the frankly already very brilliant Stevie Wonder gem 'If You Really Love Me' but somehow he manages to improve it for modern club play. The horns are bigger, the drums are that bit more house-y and the whole arrangement is beefed up for a big impact. 'I Know You I Live You' on the flip is a disco dazzler with lucid horns and big soulful vocals for an all out good time.
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 in stock $12.25
Mr K Edits: Magic's In The Air
Cat: MXMRK 2047. Rel: 07 Mar 22
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Magic's In The Air
  2. Could Heaven Ever Be Like This
Review: It was certainly unpredictable that a legendary jazz drummer would record one of spiritual disco's most revered songs twenty-three years into his career, but that's exactly what happened when Idris Muhammad laid down the epic "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This" in 1977. Hailing from New Orleans, Muhammad always had more than a touch of funk to his rhythms, and by the late '70s his collaborations with master engineer Rudy Van Gelder on recordings for the CTI and Kudu labels had gelled perfectly with the reigning jazz-funk sound of the day. Arranger Dave Matthews (famously part of the James Brown stable) collaborated with lyricist and former Long Island record store clerk Tony Sarafino on writing the song, which on the original recording unfolds over a nearly 9-minute build. Appearing at the crest of the disco movement, "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This" was an immediate hit with David Mancuso and the attendees of his loft parties, quickly spreading to other venues and even making a small climb up the Billboard R&B charts. For this new issue on Most Excellent Unlimited, Danny Krivit, whose own career as a dancefloor orchestrator from the DJ booth has paralleled the timeframe of the song's existence, has replaced the original loose introduction with a mix-friendly steady groove that maintains the unstoppable pulse of the song while maintaining the cathartic mid-song break and giving the track potential for even more momentum.

Another percussionist is responsible for our flip side track, "Magic's in the Air." Vince Montana was not only an in-house arranger and producer for Philadelphia International and other Philly soul labels, but was an accomplished vibraphone player. His talents are on display and doubly emphasized by Mr. K in this overlooked cut from Ronnie Walker, a falsetto singer who draws a rather strong comparison to the best songs of fellow Philadelphians Blue Magic with this uptempo, subtly synthy 1975 track. Never having appeared on a 12-inch, and indeed never having appeared even on a full-length album, Krivit's edit is the first extended mix of "Magic's in the Air" to date. Alongside "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This," itself notoriously difficult to find in 12-inch form, this latest from MEU's long running series with Mr. K is a bonafide must-have for the discerning DJ.
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Tags: Soul Disco
 in stock $12.52
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