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The World Of Keith Haring
Keith HARING/VARIOUS
The World Of Keith Haring (unmixed 2xCD + 48 page booklet)
Cat: SJRCD 444. Rel: 28 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. B Beat Girls - "For The Same Man"
  2. Damon Harris - "It's Music"
  3. Pylon - "Danger"
  4. The Jonzun Crew - "Pak Man"
  5. Funk Masters - "Love Money"
  6. John Sex - "Bump & Grind It"
  7. Sylvester - "Over & Over" (12" Disco mix)
  8. The Girls - "Jeffrey I Hear You"
  9. Johnny Dynell & New York 88 - "Jam Hot (Rhumba Rock)"
  10. Talking Heads - "I Zimbra"
  11. Art Zoyd - "Sortie 134" (part 2)
  12. Class Action - "Weekend" (Larry Levan mix)
  13. Adiche - "Chuka-Ja (Get Ready)"
  14. The Girls - "The Elephant Man"
  15. The Golden Flamingo Orchestra - "The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us"
  16. Gray - "Cut It Up High Priest"
  17. Extra T's - "ET Boogie"
  18. Convertion - "Let's Do It"
  19. Yoko Ono - "Walking On Thin Ice"
  20. Fab 5 Freddy - "Change The Beat"
Review: Curated as part of the iconic street artist's Tate exhibition this year, The World Of Keith Haring unites many of the talented souls Keith knew, or was inspired by, during his prolific rise as one of the most vital cultural spokesmen through the 70s and 80s. Soundtracking the gritty downtown NYC streets he made his first mark on, this limited collection captures the whole melting pot from b-boy culture with cuts such as "E.T Boogie" and "Bump N Grind", raw boogie and soul ("Over & Over") and pure drama ("The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us"). A powerful collection as striking and relatable as his own signature.
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Played by: I Love Disco!
 in stock $10.02
Bunny Lee: Dreads Enter The Gates With Praise
Bunny LEE/VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 435. Rel: 01 Mar 19
Classics/Ska
  1. Johnny Clarke - "Enter Into His Gates With Praise"
  2. King Tubby Meets Tommy McCook & The Aggrovators - "The Dub Station"
  3. Gene Rondo - "Why You Do That"
  4. Vin Gordon & The Aggrovators - "Magnum Force"
  5. Jackie Edwards - "So Jah Seh"
  6. The Aggrovators - "So Jah Seh" (dub)
  7. Jah Youth - "Principle & Dignity"
  8. King Tubby Meets Tommy McCook & The Aggrovators - "King Tubby Dub"
  9. Jah Stitch - "Real Born African"
  10. The Aggrovators - "African Love Call"
  11. Gene Rondo - "A Land Far Away"
  12. The Uniques - "Queen Majesty"
  13. Johnny Clarke - "Time Will Tell"
  14. The Aggrovators - "Drums Of Africa"
  15. Winston Wright - "Marvelous Rocker"
  16. The Mighty Diamonds - "You Should Be Thankful"
  17. King Tubby, Prince Jammy & The Aggrovators - "A Thankful Version"
  18. Dillinger - "Check Sister Jane"
  19. Prince Jazzbo - "The Wormer"
  20. The Uniques - "You Don't Care For Me"
  21. Shorty The President - "Natty Dread Have Ambition"
  22. King Tubby & The Aggrovators - "This A The Hardest Version"
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Nova
Nova (CD)
Cat: SJRCD 442. Rel: 15 Feb 19
Jazz
  1. Nova
  2. Lions Of Juda
  3. Free Spirits-Unknown
  4. Long Time Black
  5. Sixth House
Review: Way back in 1976, now legendary U.S jazz drummer Steve Reid and his band, The Legendary Master Brotherhood, headed into Studio WE in NYC to record what would become "Nova" - a near-legendary debut album that has since become a cult classic. Featuring a mix of punchy free jazz and free funk, the set is still regarded by many jazz-heads as Reid's defining work. Here it gets a fresh reissue on limited orange vinyl, with Soul Jazz Records doing their usual bang-up job on the mastering and packaging. There's much to admire throughout, from the fizzing dueling trumpet and sax solos of breezy opener "Nova", to the spiraling spiritual jazz intensity of "Free Spirits - Unknown" and the free-jazz epic "Sixth House".
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Rhythmatism (reissue)
Cat: SJRCD 448. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. Kai
  2. Rocks (For Cannonball)
  3. Center Of The Earth
  4. C You Around
  5. One Minute Please
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Congo Revolution: Revolutionary & Evolutionary Sounds From The Two Congos 1955-62
  1. Brazzos Et Ok Jazz - "Cha Cha Cha Del Zombo"
  2. Brazzos Et Ok Jazz - "Tcha Tcha Tcha De Mi Amour"
  3. Essous Et Rock A Mambo - "Baila"
  4. Edo Et Ok Jazz - "Kumavula Tubakueto"
  5. Edo Et Ok Jazz - "Sois Sage Amour"
  6. Nino Et Rock A Mamb - "Allegria"
  7. Ritmo Vedette Jazz - "Ritmo Vedette Jazz"
  8. Franco Et Ok Jazz - "Tokeyi Kobina Calypso"
  9. Essous Et Orchestre Bantonu - "Luiza"
  10. Beguen Band - "Yo Me Moero"
  11. African Jazz - "Vive Patrice Lumumba"
  12. Dewayon Et Conga Jazz - "Na Lingi Na Ngai Kubala Te"
  13. Kongo Jazz - "La Belle Lucie Botayi"
  14. Grupo Ok Jazz - "Grupo Ok Jazz"
  15. Rock A Mambo - "Cherie Nini"
  16. African Jazz - "Flowers Of Luckness"
  17. African Jazz - "Merengue Nico"
  18. Rock A Mambo - "Les Voyeurs"
  19. Wendo Kolosoy Avec Beguen Band - "Marie Louise"
  20. African Jazz - "Ngonga Ebeti Independance"
  21. African Jazz - "MNC Uhuru"
Review: During the 1950s and early '60s, the peoples of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of Congo were in the midst of a colossal struggle to gain independence from the European colonial masters. This provided a suitably fertile backdrop for a little known musical revolution, which was taking place in the two countries' clubs and live venues. The result was a distinctive and previously largely unheralded style called "Congolese rumba", which mixed elements of Latin, African and jazz music into a thrilling new sound. It's that sound that's celebrated here on one of Soul Jazz's most eyebrow raising - and, let's face it, interesting - compilations for some time. The music is largely inspired and infectious, while the lengthy accompanying booklet tells the story in vivid detail.
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Ohms
Ohms (CD)
Cat: SJRCD 453. Rel: 06 Mar 20
Psych/Garage Rock
  1. Soul Sequencer
  2. Nitrous Cross
  3. Shadow Circuit
  4. Blame Shifter
  5. Spirit Duplicator
  6. Nobody Knows
  7. Sadness In Wires
  8. State Of Clear
  9. Sleep Crime
  10. Knowing
  11. Splendid Sun
  12. Ohms
  13. Out Of View
  14. Psychic Wounds
  15. Silicone Emotions
  16. Octave Cycle
  17. Witch Wound
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Studio One Dancehall: Sir Coxsone In The Dance: The Foundation Sound
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 281. Rel: 28 Jun 14
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. Ernest Wilson - "Why Oh Why"
  2. Johnny Osbourne - "Lend Me The Sixten"
  3. Windel Haye - "Haunted House"
  4. Green Tea & Chassy - "Ghetto Girl"
  5. Johnny Osbourne - "Time A Run Out"
  6. Lone Ranger - "Noah In The Ark"
  7. Devon Russell - "Thanks & Praise"
  8. Brentford Disco Set - "Rebel Disco"
  9. Doreen Schaffer - "I Don't Know Why"
  10. Slim Smith - "Lonely Lover"
  11. Field Marshall Haye - "Roots & Herb Style"
  12. DJ Dawn & The Ranking Queens - "Peace Truce Thing"
  13. Jim Brown - "Cure For The Fever"
  14. Sugar Minott - "Peace Treaty Style"
  15. Lloyd Robinson - "It Deep"
  16. Barry Brown - "Far East"
  17. Windel Haye & Captain Morgan - "Flood Victim"
  18. Ernest Wilson - "Pick Them Up"
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Hustle! Reggae Disco: Kingston London New York
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 368. Rel: 03 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Blood Sisters - "Ring My Bell"
  2. Derrick Laro & Trinity - "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough"
  3. Chariot Sisters - "Do It Nice & Easy"
  4. Black Harmony - "Don't Let It Go To Your Head"
  5. Latisha - "I'm Every Woman"
  6. Ernest Ranglin - "In The Rain"
  7. Family Choice - "Reggae Beat Goes On"
  8. Risco Connection - "Ain't No Stopping Us Now"
  9. Xanadu & Sweet Lady - "Rappers Delight"
  10. Sharon Forrester - "Love Don't Live Here Anymore"
  11. Carol Cool - "Upside Down"
  12. One Blood - "Be Thankful For What You've Got"
  13. Charmaine Burnette - "Am I The Same Girl"
Review: Back in 2002, Soul Jazz released Hustle, a superb "reggae disco" primer containing killer reggae covers of classic disco hits, mostly recorded and released in the late 1970s. Given that Caribbean disco sounds are now all the range, they've decided to reissue the in-demand collection. Naturally, it contains some stellar material, from Xanadu and Sweet Lady's feminine cover of "Rapper's Delight" and One Bloody's wonderfully positive and laidback cover of William de Vaughan's "Be Thankful For What You've Got", to the dancefloor dynamite that is Risco Connection's brilliant cover of McFadden & Whitehead's "Ain't No Stopping Us Now". Throw in Black Harmony's sublime version of Jean Carn's "Don't Let It Go To Your Head" and you have an essential collection.
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Black Riot: Early Jungle Rave & Hardcore
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 452. Rel: 22 May 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Rhythm For Reasons - "The Smokers Rhythm"
  2. Babylon Timewarp - "Durban Poison"
  3. The Terrorist - "RK1"
  4. DJ Dubplate - "Tings A Go On"
  5. Leviticus - "Burial"
  6. The Freaky - "Time & Age"
  7. Trip One (Snowball remix)
  8. DJ Krome & Mr Time - "Ganja Man"
  9. New Vision - "Way Of Life"
  10. DJ Dubplate - "Original Rubadubstyle"
  11. Hi Fi Power - "Chill Out"
  12. Nu Jacks - "House Sensation"
Review: Those interested in the roots of UK bass music have been well-served of late, with a number of books and compilations focusing on the first wave of British dance music in the late 80s and early 90s. Soul Jazz's latest compilation is a superb addition to this growing list. It showcases music made in the post-bleep and early breakbeat hardcore period, where basslines got bigger, drum breaks faster, and ragga influences started to come to the fore. The selections are on-point throughout from the dub-wise rave rush of Babylon Timewarp's "Durban Poison" and the bleep-and-breaks-meets-proto-jungle shuffle of DJ Dubplate's "Tings A Go On", to the rave-rap goodness of The Freaky's "Time & Age" and the heavily edited darkcore/early jungle insanity that is Krome & Time's terrific "Ganja Man". In a word: essential.
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Style & Fashion: A Class Top Notch Hi Fi Sounds In Fine Style
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 443. Rel: 26 Apr 19
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. Papa Face - "Dance Pon De Corner" (feat Red Man)
  2. Dee Sharp - "Let's Dub It Up"
  3. Cutty Ranks - "Limb By Limb" (DJ SS remix)
  4. General Levy - "Mad Them"
  5. Laurel & Hardy - "You're Nicked"
  6. Bunny General - "Played By This Ya Sound"
  7. General Levy & Hard 'N' Pure - "Wikkeda!!"
  8. Carlton Lewis - "Small Talking"
  9. Poison Chang - "Shot Fe Bust" (Marvellous Cain remix)
  10. Dee Sharp - "Rising To The Top"
  11. Papa Face - "DJ Jamboree" (with Keith Douglas)
  12. General Levy - "Heat"
  13. Carlton Lewis - "Sweet Soul Rocking"
  14. Top Cat - "Ruffest Gun Ark" (DJ Rap mix)
  15. Papa San - "DJ Business"
  16. Papa Face & Bionic Rhona - "To The Bump"
  17. Cutty Ranks - "As You See It"
  18. Janice Walker - "You'll Never Need Somebody"
  19. Asher Senator - "Bubble With I"
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Soul Jazz Presents Studio One DJ Party
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 445. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. Sceechie Dan - "We A Don"
  2. Lone Ranger - "My Number"
  3. Dennis Alcapone - "Riddle I This"
  4. Kentrus - "It A Fi Bun"
  5. Lone Ranger - "Apprentice Dentist"
  6. King Sporty - "DJ Special"
  7. Prince Jazzbo - "Little Joe"
  8. Jim Brown - "Ragga Muffin"
  9. Mad Roy - "Universal Love"
  10. King Sporty - "Choice Of Music"
  11. King Stitt - "Rhyming Time"
  12. Prince Jazzbo - "Fire Coal Version"
  13. Dillinger - "Fountain On The Mountain"
  14. Michigan & Smiley - "Thank You Jah"
  15. Prince Garthie - "Raindrops"
  16. Jah Buzz - "Automatic Clapping"
  17. Dennis Alcapone - "El Paso"
  18. Big Joe - "Nanny Version Skank"
Review: The Studio One catalogue is the gift that keeps on giving, and Soul Jazz continually play Santa. This latest comprehensive collection is a great compilation of some of the best DJs and MCs to have been involved in reggae. Vital Jamaican stars like Dillinger, Prince Jazzbo and Lone Ranger all feature next to more hardcore names and some choice rare cuts. Spanning the 70s and into the mid-1980s, this 18-track offering gives a glimpse into the evolution of reggae to more digital and dancehall styles that come later, all with specially commissioned sleeve notes by Fashion Records head honcho Chris Lane.
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Black Man's Pride 3: None Shall Escape The Judgement Of The Almighty
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 421. Rel: 25 Jan 19
Classics/Ska
  1. Horace Andy - "Conscious Dread Lock"
  2. The Gladiators - "A Prayer To Thee"
  3. Freddie McGregor - "Beat Down Babylon"
  4. The Manchesters - "Selassie Bandman"
  5. The Mellodies - "Dread Oppression"
  6. Big Joe - "Jah Jah Help Us"
  7. Horace Andy - "Oh Lord Why Lord"
  8. Lloyd Jones & The Super Natural Six - "Get Up & Try"
  9. The Wailing Souls - "Can't Catch Me"
  10. The Nightingales - "Jehovah"
  11. Alphonso Stewart - "Its No Secret"
  12. Errol Dunkley - "Satisfaction"
  13. Mr Manchester - "Give Natty Dread Glory"
  14. Lincoln (Sugar) Minott - "Wrong Doers"
  15. Noel Campbell & The Gladiators Band - "Sufferation"
  16. African Brothers - "No Cup No Brock"
  17. Zoot Simms - "When The Time Comes"
  18. Glen Miller - "Whey No Dead"
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Space Funk: Afro Futurist Electro Funk In Space 1976-84
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 449. Rel: 22 Nov 19
Funk
  1. LEO - "Fee Fi Fo Fum"
  2. The Sonarphonic - "Super Breaker"
  3. Santiago - "Bionic Funk"
  4. Frank Cornilius - "Computer Games"
  5. JUJU & The Space Rangers - "Plastic"
  6. Jamie Jupitor - "Computer Power"
  7. Solaris - "Space Invaders"
  8. Copperfield - "Make It Good To Me Baby"
  9. Ernest Flippin II - "Supersonic Space Lady"
  10. Funk Machine - "Funk Machine"
  11. Ramsey 2C-3D - "Fly Guy & The Unemployed"
  12. Ose - "Computer Funk"
  13. Below Zero Band - "Seven (We Are)"
  14. Rodney Stepp - "Break-Out"
Review: While much turn-of-the-80s electro-funk was inherently futuristic in tone, the music gathered together on Soul Jazz's latest compilation, "Space Funk", is particularly intergalactic. The venerable London label has searched in particular for cuts from obscure independent labels that bear all the hallmarks of "Afro-futurism" - a musical and cultural movement that would later inspire the birth of techno in Detroit. The quality of the material remains dizzyingly high throughout, with our picks including the bleeping, slap-bass-propelled brilliance of Frank Cornilius' "Computer Games", Egyptian Lover/Jamie Jupitor's signature electro style on "Computer Power", the starry jazz-funk of Ernest Flippin II's "Supersonic Space Lady" and the guitar-laden P-funk strut of Below Zero Band's "Seven (We Are)".
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APALA: Apala Groups In Nigeria 1967-70
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 440. Rel: 07 Feb 20
International
  1. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "Ewure Ile Komoyi Ode"
  2. Adebukonla Ajao & Her Group - "Aboyin Ile"
  3. Rapheal Ajide & His Apala Group - "Adura Fun Osiwowo"
  4. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "Orin To Mo Gbon Wa"
  5. RA Tikalosoro & His Group - "Agilinti Lomu"
  6. Adebukonla Ajao & Her Group - "ABD Alawiye"
  7. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "Asa Ko Gbodo Wole Gbeiyele"
  8. Adeleke Aremu & His Group - "Egbe Arowolo"
  9. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "Rufai Baolgun"
  10. RA Tikalosoro & His Group - "Kiniun Kuro Leran Amu Sere"
  11. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "S Aka"
  12. Adebukonla Ajao & Her Group - "Lekele Bale"
  13. Kasumu Adio & His Apala Group - "Odale Ore"
  14. Ayisatu Alabi & Her Group - "Oko Lolomo"
  15. Jimoh Agbejo Bo Ogun & His Group - "Oriki Ibeji"
  16. Ayisatu Alabi & Her Group - "Omo Olobi"
  17. Rapheal Ajide & His Apala Group - "Orin Aje"
  18. Adebukonla Ajao & Her Group - "Sunday Babayemi"
Review: Having previously offered up compilations championing all manner of Nigerian styles of music (juju, highlife, Afrobeat and so on), Soul Jazz has now turned its attention to Apala: a style indigenous to the Yoruba people characterized by hypnotic rhythms, powerful drumming, nasal singing and extensive use of Agdigbo (a type of thumb piano). The 18 tracks showcased here (for the first time outside Nigeria, impressively) were all recorded and released by leading Apala groups between 1967 and 70. While there's some then contemporary production trickery added to a handful of tracks (mostly effects such as delay and reverb), for the most part what you get is the sort of infectious drumming and chanted group vocals that have been part of Yoruba culture for centuries.
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FORTHCOMING
Deutsche Elektronische Musik 4: Experimental German Rock & Electronic Music 1971-83
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 459. Rel: 25 Sep 20
 
Post Rock/Experimental
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