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Push On (CD)
Cat: JAL 248CD. Rel: 27 Jul 17
  1. Intro
  2. Love That I'm In (feat Andy Cooper)
  3. Since You've Been Gone
  4. Entitled To That
  5. Get Down On You
  6. Push On
  7. Main Event (feat Andy Cooper)
  8. Hold You Close
  9. Buzzsaw (feat Andy Cooper)
  10. Allergic Interlude
  11. It Won't Be Me (feat Andy Cooper)
  12. Funky Feeling
  13. Remedy (feat Dr Syntax)
  14. Get On The Floor
Review: Don't be fooled by the smoky jazzy horns on the intro: The Allergies are still at the front of the party queue! They were just lulling us into a false sense of security before hitting us with a precision range of big soul swingers and dynamite party killers; both "Hold You Close" and "Since You've Been Gone" pop with big beat bangs, "Entitled To That" stamps and sweats like Wigan Pier is still holding the best dances in the country, "Main Event" parps and pumps while long-standing affiliate Andy Cooper reminds us who's boss while "It Won't Be Me" (also with Cooper) is coded with so much horn and guitar powered gusto you could be fooled into thinking Ugly Duckling are back. Yet another triumphant album from one of Jalapeno's most exciting acts.
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Cat: BWOOD 207CD. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Try Walk With Me (feat Asheber)
  2. Yellow Dandelion (feat Georgia Anne Muldrow)
  3. Gnawa Sweet
  4. Icy Roads (Stacked)
  5. (To) Know Where You're Coming From
  6. The Leo & Aquarius (feat Jehst)
  7. You Didn't Care (feat Nubya Garcia)
  8. Self:love (feat Obongjayar)
Review: Joe Armon-Jones has been a driving force in the resurgence of contemporary jazz and now makes something of a victory lap with this new album on the always essential Brownswood. It's a very modern mix of bass and dub, du jour club culture and his own jazz styles featuring peers like Moses Boyd and Nubya Garcia. Frankly, the whole record is silky, starry-eyed and sublime and the excellent artwork also hist at the cosmic subtleties of this album, but our picks of the bunch are the neo-soul, summery stroll through the park vibes of "Yellow Dandelion", "Gnawa Sweet" which glows with mellifluous Rhodes chords and the uncompromising yet accessible sax and big brass action of album highlight "You Didn't Care".
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BBE
Cat: BBE 493ACD. Rel: 19 Mar 19
  1. Chicago
  2. Lots Of Love
  3. Keep On Movin'
  4. Silver Vibrations
  5. Smiling With Our Eyes
  6. DC City
  7. Good Good Music
Review: Massive reissue incoming! BBE have answered many of our prayers with this long awaited repress of Roy's 1983 disco funk excursion "Silver Vibrations". A record that's currently fetching triple figures, this is the first time it's been repressed since it was released. Opening with the iconic whispered message of "Chicago", Roy takes us on a trip through his funkiest of quarters; the salubrious slap bass of "Lots Of Love", the Afrobeat staccato vocals and glock rocking vibrancy of "Silver Vibrations" and the dreamy cosmic jazz trip of "DC City" are just some of the highlights, all shared across the 12"s with no more than two tracks per side. Vibes that can't be slept on.
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Played by: Soul Music
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Cat: DAP 054. Rel: 06 Nov 18
  1. Can't Fight The Feeling
  2. Luv Jones
  3. I Feel A Change
  4. Slip Away
  5. Black Velvet
  6. Stay Away
  7. Heart Of Gold
  8. (I Hope You Find) The Good Life
  9. Fly Little Girl
  10. Victim Of Love (Electric version)
Review: Once dubbed "the screaming eagle of soul", Charles Bradley passed away in 2017 after a late career surge that saw him finally find the commercial success that had long eluded him. "Black Velvet", his second and final posthumous set, draws on material recorded with long-term producer Tommy "TNT" Brenneck over the course of his career. Much of the material is either exceedingly rare (see his covers of songs by Nirvana, Neil Young and Rodriguez, as well as a sought-after funk duet with LaRose Jackson) or previously unreleased (see "Can't Fight The Feeling", "Fly Little Girl" and the never-before-heard "full band" take on Bradley classic "Victim of Love"). More importantly, it's all exceptionally good, making this a fitting farewell to Floridian soul singer.
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Cat: FSRCD 101. Rel: 21 Nov 13
  1. Aldo Vanucci - "You're All Show" (feat Kylie Auldist - Smoove remix Craig Charles edit)
  2. Lack Of Afro - "The Outsider" (part 2)
  3. Mop Mop - "Run Around" (feat Fred Wesley & Anthony Joseph)
  4. Euro Cinema - "Koekwaus"
  5. Saskwatch - "Second Best"
  6. The James Taylor Quartet - "Blow Up"
  7. The Bongolian - "The Riviera Affair"
  8. Hot 8 Brass Band - "Ghost Town"
  9. Hidden Jazz Quartett - "High Heels" (feat Omar - Lack Of Afro remix)
  10. The Perceptions - "Bite The Bit"
  11. Jessica Lauren Four - "Happiness Train" (featt Jocelyn Brown)
  12. Omar - "There's Nothing Like This" (feat Pino Palladino)
  13. Dr Rubberfunk - "Creek Walk"
  14. Cookin' On 3 Burners - "Cars"
  15. Deep Street Soul - "What She Said"
  16. The Sweet Vandals - "Feel Alive"
  17. Emma Beatson & The Hawkmen - "Do It" (Mako & The Hawk version)
  18. Tape Five - "Geraldine's Routine"
Review: Self-proclaimed "complete package" Craig Charles (actor, poet, DJ, radio host, stand-up) seems to be enjoying life as Britain's most famous funk and soul fan. Here, he curates a second installment of his Funk & Soul Club compilation series. Predictably, there's plenty to tickle the fancy, from the reggae-soul-house shuffle of Lack of Afro's remix of Hidden Jazz Quartet's "High Heels", and the psychedelic funk madness of The Bongolian's "The Riviera Affair", to the celebratory release of Jessica Lauren Four's "Happiness Train" (featuring a brilliant vocal from old Jocelyn Brown), and a pair of ripsnorting cover versions (Cookin' On Three Burners' fantastic take on Numan's "Cars" and Hot Eight Brass Band's famous remake of the Specials' "Ghost Town").
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Cat: FSRCD 127. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. The Bamboos - "Golden Ticket"
  2. Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum - "Smokey Joe's La La"
  3. The Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations"
  4. Matador! Soul Sounds - "Too Late"
  5. Grupo Magnetico - "Papa Was A Rolling Stone"
  6. The Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio - "Ain't It Funky Now"
  7. Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions - "Gonna Be Alright"
  8. Mestizo Beat - "Featherbed Lane"
  9. Smoove & Turrell - "You're Gone" (feat Izo FitzRoy)
  10. Kizzy Crawford - "Progression"
  11. Chip Wickham - "Rebel No 23"
  12. The Lewis Express - "Brother Move On"
  13. Courtney Pine - "Rules" (feat Omar)
  14. Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - "Foolish Girl" (feat Alex Ligertwood)
  15. The New Mastersounds - "Tantalus"
  16. The Getup - "Hush"
  17. Orquesta Akokan - "Mambo Rapidito"
  18. Gizelle Smith - "Scared Of Something"
  19. Menagerie - "Spiral"
Review: Craig Charles' annual "Funk & Soul Club" compilations are fast becoming as much of a Christmas tradition as turkey, dodgy decorations and ill-advised snogs at office parties. As with its predecessor, this sixth volume does a good job in showcasing the best in modern funk, soul, Afrobeat and heavy Latin jams, with a few stone cold classics thrown in (see the Mighty Ryeders' peerless "Evil Vibrations"). Look out for deep and heavy funk gems from the Bamboos, the New Mastersounds and Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum, some suitably smooth fare from Courtney Pine and Omar, a scintillating, salsa-focused cover of "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" by Scotland's Grupo Magnetico, and a dash of dancefloor goodness from funk breaks scene stalwarts Smoove and Turrell.
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Cat: KALITACD 002. Rel: 21 Sep 18
  1. Looking Up
  2. Make Love To Me
  3. I Need Love
  4. Take Me To A Disco
  5. Take A Moment
  6. Love Will Set You Free
  7. Take Me To A Disco (instrumental)
  8. Make Love To Me (7" promotional version)
  9. I've Got A Feeling
  10. I Need Love (7" issue version)
  11. Make Love To Me (7" issue version)
  12. I Need Love (7" promotional version)
  13. Take A Moment (7" version)
Review: Kalita Records announce the first ever and definitive discography of Carrie Cleveland. Here, they offer an expanded version of her 1978 album 'Looking Up', including both the issue and promotional versions of her single 'Make Love To Me', and the previously unknown sweet soul single 'I've Got A Feeling'.

Privately arranged, recorded and produced by Carrie and her husband Bill as a labour of love in their backyard studio in 1978, 'Looking Up' is one of the most in-demand soul/disco LPs in existence, sought-after in particular for their track 'Love Will Set You Free'. In addition, the promotional version of Carrie's single 'Make Love To Me' is one of the best and rarest sweet soul records to have emerged out of the West Coast soul scene, and her single 'I've Got A Feeling' is until today virtually unknown even to the most seasoned of collectors, with even Carrie herself unsure if it was ever released. With the album originally pressed in a limited run of just 1000 with 500 copies of each single, original copies of Carrie's records deservingly command eye-watering figures on the second-hand market. Kalita now satisfy the thirst with the first ever official reissue of her entire discography.

The CD is accompanied by a mini-poster and includes extensive interview-based liner notes and never before seen photos, detailing Carrie and Bills' life and musical career.
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Played by: Kalita Records
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Cat: DAP 045. Rel: 16 May 17
  1. Move Upstairs
  2. Out Of The Wilderness
  3. Count Your Blessings
  4. He's Calling Me
  5. 99 & A Half Won't Do
  6. Almighty God Mighty God
  7. I Can't Thank Him Enough
  8. So Good To Me
  9. Glory Glory Hallelujah
  10. He's Mine
  11. I Know I've Been Changed
Review: Gospel/funk fusionists the Como Mamas debuted on Daptone back in 2013 with Get An Understanding, a fine full-length that perfectly showcased the female trio's talents. While that set was recorded live at Mt Merrion Church some years earlier, this fine follow-up is a studio set with Daptone chief Bosco Mann in the producer's chair. Unsurprisingly, it's deliciously authentic, sounding like a long lost 1970s, private press gospel-soul album. It's packed with highlights, from the bluesy shuffle of "He's Calling Me" and rhythm and blues bounce of "He's Mine", to the acapella brilliance of "Glory Glory Hallelujah", where the trio's brilliant vocals and a lone drumbeat combine to create an intoxicating mood.
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Played by: Record Kicks
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Stronger (CD)
Cat: LR 09619. Rel: 08 Aug 19
  1. Stronger (feat D-Train)
  2. Love The Way You Fly (feat Seest)
  3. Queen Sugar (feat Jasmine Franklin)
  4. Skintight (feat Rachel Matthews)
  5. Save Your Love (feat Boogie Back & David A Tobin)
  6. Sexability (feat Kevin East)
  7. Slow Burn Love (feat D Train)
  8. No Matter What (feat Yolanda Lavender)
  9. Keep On (feat Matthew Winchester)
  10. Come Back Home (feat David A Tobin)
  11. Share The Light (feat Janus Soliand)
  12. Your Move (feat Sophie Ripley)
  13. Summer Rain (feat Faye B)
Review: Over 10 years deep and sounding Stronger than ever (not sorry) Cool Million return with their fifth album and it's delicious in all directions. Still smacking with that powerful early 80s soul, boogie and RnB blend, still packing heavyweight vocalists, still stacking serious levels of musicianship, Stronger runs the gamut. From juicy feet-tickling boogie ("Stronger", "Keep On") to sultry ballads ("Share The Light") and steamy soul jams ("Come Back Home") with killer vocals from the likes of the legendary D-Train plus Janus Soliand, Jasmine Franklin and David A Tobin, "Stronger" is one of the Danish/German duo's most accomplished albums to date.
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Cat: 775840 1. Rel: 26 Apr 19
  1. You're The Man
  2. The World Is Rated X
  3. Piece Of Clay
  4. Where Are We Going?
  5. I'm Gonna Give You Respect
  6. Try It You'll Like It
  7. You Are That Special One
  8. We Can Make It Baby
  9. My Last Chance
  10. Symphony
  11. I'd Give My Life For You
  12. Woman Of The World
  13. Christmas In The City (instrumental)
  14. You're The Man (version 2)
  15. I Wan't To Come Home For Chistmas
  16. I Going Home (Move)
  17. Checking Out (Double Clutch)
Review: In 1972, Marvin Gaye set to work recording what was scheduled to become the follow-up to his greatest single studio album, the previous year's "What's Going On". In the end, only one single from that mooted set ever appeared - "You're The Man", a weary assessment of that year's U.S Presidential Election - and Gaye's bitter arguments with Motown continued. This intriguing album tries to set the record straight, gathering together work completed for the shelved album with newly mixed songs based around previously unfinished works. There's much to admire throughout, with the material flitting between the kind of lusciously orchestrated, conscious songs featured on Gaye's previous set and more commercial-sounding Motown pop (much of which was produced by Willie Hutch).
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Cat: 377877 1. Rel: 09 Jun 14
  1. Angel
  2. U R The 1
  3. Were Sleeping
  4. Anwhere U Go
  5. Bodhisattva
  6. 4 Noble Truths
  7. Dragon (feat Becca Stevens)
  8. Salaam
  9. Without U
  10. Everything
  11. XX
  12. Simply Beautiful (feat Takuya Kuroda)
Review: Hot on the heels of his No Beginning No End album, Jose returns with yet another arresting tale of modern day soul. His distinctive baritone humming with raw emotion he covers a broad soundscape that includes contemporary off-beat fracturisms ("U R The 1"), dreamy psychedelia ("Were Sleeping"), heavy bluesy rock ("Anywhere U Go") and Bonobo-style string drama ("4 Noble Truths"). Far-reaching, arresting and delivered with real authenticity, Jose's repertoire is as spotless and creative as it was when Giles Peterson first signed him 10 years ago.
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Cat: STLKCD 001. Rel: 08 Sep 16
  1. Ron Rinaldi - "Mexican Summer"
  2. Leila Pinheiro - "Tudo Em Cima"
  3. Christer Norden - "Lay Back"
  4. NCCU - "Superstar"
  5. Shades Of Love - "Do Your Own Dance"
  6. Sonya Spence - "Let Love Flow On"
  7. Nu-Cleus - "Needing A Woman"
  8. Al Wilson - "Love You Girl"
  9. Richardi Mac - "Told You So"
  10. Maureen Bailey - "Takin' My Time With You"
  11. Fein - "Stonedage"
  12. June Evans - "Hardly Need To Say"
  13. Starcrost - "Quicksand"
  14. Creative Arts Ensemble - "Unity"
  15. Ron Rinaldi - "Mexican Summer" (mixed CD)
  16. Leila Pinheiro - "Tudo Em Cima"
  17. Christer Norden - "Lay Back"
  18. NCCU - "Superstar"
  19. Shades Of Love - "Do Your Own Dance"
  20. Sonya Spence - "Let Love Flow On"
  21. Nu-Cleus - "Needing A Woman"
  22. Al Wilson - "Love You Girl"
  23. Richardi Mac - "Told You So"
  24. Maureen Bailey - "Takin' My Time With You"
  25. Fein - "Stonedage"
  26. June Evans - "Hardly Need To Say"
  27. Starcrost - "Quicksand"
  28. Creative Arts Ensemble - "Unity"
Review: The new Spacetalk label gets off to a flying start thanks to this compilation by French house shotter, Jeremy Underground. We know him, and you surely know him, though his My Love Is Underground label, an imprint that has produced some of the best deep house in the last five years. He's not in house mode today, though, and instead the DJ shows us his soul roots. Ron Rinaldi's opener "Mexican Summer" is a real peach of a song, then there's some Brazilian disco-funk through Leila Pinheiro's "Tudo Em Cima", and the supremely deep and sensual "Superstar" by NCCU. Other favourites include Maureen Bailey's bittersweet anthem "Takin' My Time With You", and June Evans' "Hardly Need To Say", a tune that we could just leave on repeat. A highly recommended comp!
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  1. Morning In America
  2. Don't You Know
  3. Circles
  4. Court Of Love
  5. Long Way Home
  6. Too Many Tears
  7. Walk Away
  8. What I Know About You
  9. Listen To Your Heart
  10. Sea Gets Hotter
  11. How Can I Be Sure
  12. True Love
Review: Durand Jones & The Indications earned lavish praise for their eponymous 2016 debut album, with critics comparing it favourably to conscious soul sets of the 1970s from the likes of Curtis Mayfield and Marvin Gaye. This belated follow up is, if anything, even better, with the group's core offering - tight instrumentation and super-smooth vocals from the hugely talented Jones and drummer Aaron Frazer - being complemented by silky string arrangements, warm brass and lyrics that flit between social commentary and glassy-eyed, loved-up bliss. Highlights include "Morning In America" - a kind of 2019 update to Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" - the super-sweet vocal harmonies of "Don't You Know" and "Long Way Home", a lilting look at homesickness blessed with the twin attractions of swooping strings and a killer bassline.
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Soul Of A Woman (3xCD box set)
Cat: DAP 950. Rel: 14 Dec 17
  1. The Game Gets Old (I Learned The Hard Way)
  2. I Learned The Hard Way
  3. Better Things
  4. Give It Back
  5. Money
  6. The Reason
  7. Window Shopping
  8. She Ain't A Child No More
  9. I'll Still Be True
  10. Without A Heart
  11. If You Call
  12. Mama Don't Like My Man
  13. Retreat! (Give The People What They Want)
  14. Stranger To My Happiness
  15. We Get Along
  16. You'll Be Lonely
  17. Now I See
  18. Making Up & Breaking Up (& Making Up & Breaking Up Over Again)
  19. Get Up & Get Out
  20. Long Time Wrong Time
  21. People Don't Get What They Deserve
  22. Slow Down, Love
  23. Matter Of Time (Soul Of A Woman)
  24. Sail On!
  25. Just Give Me Your Time
  26. Come & Be A Winner
  27. Rumors
  28. Pass Me By
  29. Searching For A New Day
  30. These Tears (No Longer For You)
  31. When I Saw Your Face
  32. Girl! (You Got To Forgive Him)
  33. Call On God
Review: Before she passed away last year, Sharon Jones spent a couple of months recording what would become her final album with the Dap Kings. Released posthumously, Soul of a Woman is every bit as good as her previous collaborations with Bosco Mann's revivalist soul and funk band. Naturally, Jones death has added extra poignancy to the album's more melancholic moments (see "Just Give Me Your Time" and "Pass Me By" and "When I Saw Your Face"), but these sorrowful outings are contrasted by a string of rousing soul and funk anthems in her confident and effortlessly soulful style. With Mann and the rest of the Dap Kings excelling themselves in a bid to guarantee Jones' legacy, Soul of a Woman may well be Jones single finest album. It's certainly a fitting send off for one of soul's finest voices.
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Cat: TRCD 12006. Rel: 09 May 19
  1. Woman You Made Me
  2. Love Our Love Affair
  3. Remember Me
  4. Help Me (Save Me From Myself)
  5. Ain't That Love?
  6. This Is What Love Looks Like!
  7. You Gonna Need Me
  8. I'd Better
  9. We're All We Got
  10. I Can't Love You Anymore (feat Pratt)
Review: Fast-rising New York soul singer Carlton Jumel Smith continues his successful partnership with Timmion house band Cold Diamond & Mink via a debut album that sounds like it could have been recorded in the early 1970s rather than 2019. Smith's lyrics and effortlessly soulful vocal delivery take centre stage throughout, though it's the faithfully fuzzy grooves, punchy horn lines and languid, delay-laden guitar motifs provided by his storied backing band that make the album a real winner. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the loved-up sweetness of "This Is What Love Looks Like!" and Motown-influenced stomp of "We're All We Got", to the slack-tuned drum breaks and bittersweet messages of "I Can't Love You Anymore (feat Pratt)" and the cheery goodness of "Remember Me". In a word: superb.
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Cat: 772945 1. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. Hello Happiness
  2. Like A Lady
  3. Don't Cha Know
  4. Too Hot
  5. Like Sugar
  6. Isn't That Enough
  7. Ladylike
Review: No less than 45 years since she recorded her first single, the legendary Chaka Khan with a new album as relevant and up to the minute as anything pretenders a third of her age could dream of. "Hello Happiness" finds Khan drawing on the legacy of her roots while keeping things fresh, upbeat and contemporary, with THAT voice front and centre. Lead single "Like Sugar" has been tearing it up all over the place for good reason - with Switch on production chopping up classic Fatback Band break "The Bus Stop," Khan sounds as fierce as ever.
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Nigel LOWIS/VARIOUS
Cat: DSGCD 003. Rel: 09 May 19
  1. Marc Staggers, Peter Symphorien, Roger Samuels, Jimmy Gallagher, Hannah White, Nigel Lowis - "The Soul City People" (Nigel Lowis "soultown" mix)
  2. Patti Austin - "Hope Has Arrived" (Nigel Lowis Extraterrestrial mix)
  3. Solutions - "Philly Line" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  4. Kenny Thomas - "Back On Broadway" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  5. Tilly Grace - "The Soul Man Theme" (Dsg Lowis mix)
  6. Steven Dante - "Living For Today" (Nigel Lowis Ol School mix)
  7. Clif & Freda Payne - "Yesterday's Payne, Tomorrows Joy" (Nigel Lowis Classic mix)
  8. Fiona Yorke - "Love For Me" (Nigel Lowis Super Disco mix)
  9. Elis - "Praise You" (Nigel Lowis Sound Factory mix)
  10. Hannah White - "Tell Me" (Nigel Lowis Vintage mix)
  11. Francisca Thomas - "Clouds In My Mirror" (Nigel Lowis Sholes mix)
  12. The Dig Band - "Cosmic Wind" (feat Jimmy Gallagher - Dig Construction mix)
  13. Lol Williams - "Everyday" (Dsg Classic mix)
  14. Nigel Lowis - "When The Night Calls" (Nigel Lowis Breezin' mix)
  15. John Reid - "Teardrops" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  16. Teddy B - "I Can't Help Myself" (Dsg radio edit)
  17. Rebekah Ryan - "The Best Of Me" (Nigel Lowis Sound Factory mix)
  18. Marc Staggers - "Timeless" (Nigel Lowis Classic mix)
  19. Peter Symphorien & Fitzroy Facey - "This Ever Changing World" (Nigel Lowis The Soul Academy mix)
Review: An active producer and remixer since the 1990s, Nigel Lowis has a knack for crafting classic-sounding reworks that effortlessly join the dots between contemporary soulful house and the classic sounds of Philly Soul, disco, jazz-funk and boogie. For proof, check out this second collection of new, rare and little-known Lowis reworks. Those of a soulful persuasion will find much to enjoy throughout, from the slick, sax-sporting Philadelphia Soul revivalism of Lowis' take on Tilly Grace's "The Soul Man Theme", and a string-laden, Chic style "Super Disco Mix" of Fiona Yorke's "Love For Me", to the sugary-sweet slo-mo revision of Marc Staggers' "Timeless" and the boogie-tinged soulful house re-make of Kenny Thomas' "Back On Broadway".
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1972 (CD)
Cat: OC 7072CD. Rel: 17 Feb 17
  1. Idade
  2. My Little Girl
  3. O Que Voce Quer Apostar?
  4. Canario Do Reino
  5. Ja Era Tempo De Voce
  6. These Are The Songs
  7. O Que Me Importa
  8. Lamento
  9. Sofre
  10. Razao De Sambar
  11. Pelo Amor De Deus
  12. Where Is My Other Half
Review: Between 1971 and '73, Brazilian singer and composer Tim Maia released a quartet of eponymously titled album, all of which are now considered classics by those in the know. This is the third in the sequence, originally released in 1972 and now available on CD for the first time in the UK. The tracks largely lean heavily on American soul and funk tropes of the time - rich grooves, luscious orchestration, and so on - with Maia adding vocals in both English and Portuguese. There are occasional nods to jazz-funk, samba and rumba, but by and large Maia stuck to his funk and soul script. The results are uniformly excellent, with "Idade" and "Razao De Samba" being particularly memorable.
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Cat: HS 007. Rel: 06 Nov 18
  1. Eyebrow Wrestling
  2. The Come Up
  3. Space Strut
  4. A Calm Promise
  5. The Great Computer In The Sky
  6. The Loneliest Monk
  7. Sweet Beat
  8. Lulu's Lullaby
  9. Dorothea's Cue
Review: When it came to recording his sixth full-length excursion, Mocky had a simple plan. The Toronto-raised musician decided to book out legendary Los Angeles recording studio United for a day, invite along a swathe of talented musician friends - Lucky Paul, Mark De Clive-Lowe, Nia Andrews and Joey Dosik included - and record the improvised results straight to tape. Staggeringly, those results are superb, with the assembled cast serving up musically rich and complex soundscapes that variously doff a cap to classic jazz, boogie, swing, neo-classical, Reich and Riley style minimalism, pastoral folk, broken beat, Jon Hassell style "Fourth World" music, and much more besides.
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Cat: WWSCD 20. Rel: 23 Jan 19
  1. I Fall In Love Everyday
  2. Keepin' It To Myself
  3. Here Is Where Your Love Belong
  4. Closet Man
  5. It's Been So Long
  6. Let's Get Together
  7. Can't Hide Love
  8. You're All I Need To Get By
  9. It All Goes Round
Review: When popular 1950s singer Jaye P Morgan first released this eponymous album in 1976, she would undoubtedly have hoped it would reignite her career. Sadly it didn't, but the album - a curious but hugely enjoyable mix of saccharine, synth-laden slow jams, disco-fired dancefloor workouts, Broadway style torch songs and fuzzy funk - went on to become a cult classic amongst Balearic-minded diggers. As this essential reissue proves, much of the material has aged rather well. Check, for example, the laidback AOR disco chug of "Can't Hide Love", the Barry White style seductiveness of "Here Is Where Your Love Belong" and the spine-tingling rush of Morgan's killer disco cover of Detroit soul staple "You're All I Need To Get By". Don't sleep!
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Cat: AJX 478 CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
  1. Let Me Be Your Lover
  2. He's A Loser
  3. How Long Must The Show Go On
  4. A Good Thing
  5. Gonna Find A True Love
  6. Funk Machine
  7. You Give Me Someone To Love
  8. Disco Dream
Review: Discerning diggers will know that an original copy of this funk soul gem from 1978 often fetch close to four figures. Initially released on a little known label in Mississippi, Acid Jazz now give it the proper reissue treatment. It is filled with passionate soul songs that stride forward with purpose and pride. "Let Me Be Your Lover" is the breakout single that will get most club plays, but the sliding hi hats and twangy bass of "Gonna Find A True Love" will also do plenty of damage. The version included here is slightly different to the single that was reissued earlier this year, but is well worthy of its inclusion.
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Origin (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 256. Rel: 14 Jun 19
  1. Mad World
  2. Say Something
  3. Mind's Eye
  4. Rolling Into One
  5. Oasis
  6. Wildfire
  7. Signs
  8. You & Me
  9. Moda
  10. Speak
  11. Mantra
Review: Two years on from the release of his critically acclaimed "Wallflower" album on Ninja Tune, Jordan Rakei returns with his most eagerly awaited set to date. Happily, it doesn't disappoint. Beginning with the electronic soul-pop brilliance of "Mad World", Rakei effortlessly flits between synth-laden hip-hop-soul ("Say Something"), slinky downtempo songs ("Mind's Eye"), 21st century disco-boogie anthems ("Rolling Into One"), slow-burn musical fusions (the military drums, Juju guitars and heartfelt vocals of "Oasis") and the kind of sumptuous, sun-kissed fare that defies easy categorization. With Rakei's sultry vocals taking centre stage throughout, "Origin" is a sparkling set that just gets better with every listen.
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  1. Music Of The Earth
  2. Let's Sing A Song Of Love
  3. Haven't You Heard (12' version)
  4. Givin' It Up Is Givin Up (with DJ Rogers)
  5. When I Found You
  6. Forget Me Nots (12" version)
  7. Look Up! (long version)
  8. Number One (12' version)
  9. Where There Is Love
  10. Never Gonna Give You Up (Won't Let You Be) (long version)
  11. All We Need
  12. Remind Me (LP version)
  13. Settle For My Love
  14. Feels So Real (Won't Let Go) (12" version)
  15. To Each His Own
Review: Given the stone-cold-classic status of Patrice Rushen's disco-era recordings on Elektra, it's little surprise to see Strut offering up this superb retrospective of that key period in her career. Naturally, the big club hits are present - "Feels So Real (Can't Let Go)", "Haven't You Heard", "Number One" and "Forget Me Nots" - but it's the quality of the lesser celebrated cuts and album tracks that most impresses. For proof, check the sharp horns and good grooves of "Look Up (Extended Version)", the breezy boogie bounce of "Never Gonna Give You Up (Won't Let You be)" and the electric piano solo-laden seductiveness of "Remind Me (LP Version)". There's naturally plenty of sweet slow jams to savour, too, those to our ears these pale in comparison to Rushen's dancefloor-focused output.
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Cat: BRI 2031. Rel: 21 Aug 18
  1. Confidence
  2. I Fooled You, Didn't I?
  3. Love Is You
  4. It Ain't Over
  5. People Have The Power
  6. Revolution Of Change
  7. Stand Up
  8. (Whats So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding
  9. The Prize Is Not Worth The Pain
  10. Can I Change My Mind?
Review:  It truly is amazing that Candi Staton is still putting out albums in 2018. The 78 year-old singer is an absolute force of nature, never content with the status-quo and famed for reinventing herself on every LP. Her last appearance on vinyl was on 2008's Who's Hurting Now?, out through London's own Honest Jon's Records, and that was a much deeper, more sensual affair that touched upon many elements of soul. Here, on Unstoppable, Staton revisits her Alabama roots, coming through with ten tracks that add a little rock sensibility to the soulful aesthetic of her voice, making the whole LP a sort of modern rendition of blues. There is also a cover of Patti Smith's "People Have The Power", among other beauties which we're sure you'll enjoy.
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Henry STONE/VARIOUS
Cat: AOTNLP 002CD. Rel: 25 Jun 15
  1. Little Beaver - "Concrete Jungle"
  2. Milton Wright - "The Silence That You Keep" (version 1)
  3. Lynn Williams - "It Takes Two"
  4. Raphael Munnings - "Sleep On, Dream On"
  5. Wildflower - "You Knock Me Out"
  6. Jimmy 'Bo' Horne - "Hey There Jim"
  7. Leno Phillips - "Confusion"
  8. Phillip Wright - "Keep Her Happy"
  9. Willie Johnson - "Lay It On Me"
  10. Johnny K - "I Got Bills To Pay"
  11. Funky Nassau - "Bahama Soul Stew"
  12. Formula 1 - "Walking With My Eyes Closed"
  13. Stevens & Foster - "I Want To Be Love"
  14. Oceanliners - "Cutting Room (Hot Pants)"
  15. Jimmy 'Bo' Horne - "If You Want My Love"
  16. Brand New - "Thousand Years"
  17. T Connection - "Do What You Wanna Do"
  18. Beginning Of The End - "Super Woman"
  19. Robert Moore - "Tears Of The World"
  20. Friday Saturday & Sunday - "There Must Be A Better Way"
Review: Back in the mid 1970s, young engineer Terry 'T.K' Kane and Harry Stone joined forces to launch a studio and record distribution business in Miami. It would spawn a huge number of in-house labels, and even greater number of funk and disco releases, and even a string of million-selling artists. Given this legacy, it's little surprise to see Athens of the North paying tribute to the funk side of Henry Stone's impressive legacy with this superb collection. While there are a few tried-and-tested cuts to be found - see the T Connection and Little Beaver cuts - for the most part The Miami Sound focuses on more obscure - but no less hard-hitting - gems from the likes of Jonny K, Stevens & Foster and Leno Philips.
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Ralph TEE/VARIOUS
Luxury Soul 2017 (unmixed 3xCD)
Cat: CDBEXP 17. Rel: 12 Jan 17
  1. Soulutions - "Don't Judge A Book By It's Cover"
  2. Kim Tibbs - "I Need You For Your Love!"
  3. Breakwater - "Gift Of Love"
  4. Hannah White - "That's Love" (Joey Nelson mix)
  5. Ryle - "Two Way Love Affair" (feat Flemming Fanoe)
  6. Faye B - "Moving On"
  7. Doggett Brothers - "You Make Me Feel" (T-Groove remix)
  8. Cornell CC Carter - "Where Do We Go" (Boogie Back remix)
  9. Andy Stokes - "Let's Have A Good Time"
  10. Latrese Bush - "Love I Can Sing About"
  11. Lovell - "Groove With You"
  12. Da Lata - "Asking Eyes" (Phil Asher West Ten mix)
  13. Alton McClain - "Your Love Is All I Need"
  14. Kiki Kyte - "Disco Chick"
  15. Simpson Uniquity - "Running Away" (DOS 7" dub)
  16. Fe Fae White - "It's A Beautiful Day" (feat Jimi Morris)
  17. Pockets - "Sing A Message"
  18. Tom Glide - "All I Need Is You" (feat Funmilayo Ngozi - 5am Jazzy Jam rework)
  19. Sargent Tucker - "I Need Your Love" (feat Drizabone - Drizabone remix)
  20. Mather - "I Can't Forget About You"
  21. HD - "Nothing But Love" (feat Laura Jackson)
  22. Kashif - "Can We Just Get Along?"
  23. Tracy Hamlin - "Emotion" (Reel People vocal mix)
  24. Mather & Kingdon - "I Found Love"
  25. Camera Soul - "Now"
  26. Joyce Irby - "Take U Back" (DJ mix)
  27. Ed The Red - "Wish You Mine" (Ed The Red Funk Soul mix)
  28. Keith Patrick - "All My Love"
  29. Jean Carne - "Early Morning Love"
  30. Ethel Beatty - "It's Your Love"
  31. Kenya - "Makeusmile" (feat Brandon McKenzie - Tom Glide rework)
  32. Ashley Scott - "Words"
  33. Brandi Wells - "Why Can't We Be Lovers"
  34. Rose Royce - "I Want You"
  35. Kenny Wellington - "Heading Home"
Review: Since 2003, the Luxury Soul Weekender crew has run popular soul events in the impressive surroundings of Blackpool's Hilton Hotel. To tie in with this year's edition, Expansion Records has asked resident DJ Ralph Tee to compile this luscious, three-disc exploration of soulful music past and present. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the smooth, '80s soul influenced vibes of Ryle's "Two Way Love Affair", the rubbery modern boogie of Faye B's "Moving On", and smooth soulful house of Phil Asher's classic remix of Da Lata, to the revivalist disco strut of Kiki Kyte, slick R&B of Kashif, and the cinematic production of Ashley Scott's heart-felt "Words".
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VARIOUS
Cat: SJR CD259. Rel: 09 Nov 12
  1. Area Code 615 - "Ruby"
  2. Captain Beyond - "Sufficiently Breathless"
  3. Bobbie Gentry - "Touch ‘Em With Love"
  4. Cowboy - "Houston"
  5. Marshall Tucker Band - "Fire On The Mountain"
  6. Cher - "For What It's Worth"
  7. Bobby Lance - "Somewhere In Between"
  8. Tony Joe White - "Who’s Making Love"
  9. Barefoot Jerry - "The Minstrel Is Free At Last"
  10. Gregg Allman - "Midnight Rider"
  11. Bobbie Gentry - "Something In The Way He Moves"
  12. Area Code 615 - "Devil Weed & Me"
  13. Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed - "Tennessee Stud"
  14. Joe South - "No Fence Around Me"
  15. Cowboy - "Road Gravy Chase"
  16. Lynyrd Skynyrd - "Free Bird"
  17. Grinderswitch - "Let The South Wind Blow"
  18. Captain Beyond - "Thousand Days Of Yesterday"
  19. The Box Tops - "Deep In Kentucky"
  20. Earl Scruggs - "Lonesome & A Long Way From Home"
Review: Last year's Delta Swamp Rock collection was one of Soul Jazz's best for some time, offering a rare glimpse into the rock, soul, country, funk and blues fusions that trickled out of the Southern US states in the late '60s and early '70s. This follow-up offers more little known highlights from the swamp rock scene, showcasing a thrilling array of little-known artists. In truth, it's the funk and soul-tinged tracks that most resonate (see Bobby Gentry's "Touch 'Em With Love" and Area Code 615's sweaty, banjo-laden "Ruby"), but there are plenty of other killer tunes that take a more sedate approach. Accompanied, as ever, by exhaustive sleeve notes, it's another essential selection from Soul Jazz.
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  1. Jacqui Williams - "Real Love" (Tom Moulton mix)
  2. James Bradley - "I Can't Get Enough Of Your Love"
  3. Tyrone Davis - "Just My Luck"
  4. Patterson Twins - "I Need Your Love"
  5. Richard Caiton - "I'm Gonna Love You More"
  6. Walter Thomas - "I Wanna Get Witcha" (re-edit)
  7. Jewel Bass - "Let Your Love Rain Down On Me"
  8. Madagascar - "Rainbow"
  9. Jacqui Williams - "Believe (The Whole Damn World Is Going Crazy)"
  10. Larry Saunders - "On The Real Side"
  11. Mebeus - "Love's Journey"
  12. Bill Harris - "Am I Cold Am I Hot"
  13. Jacqui Williams - "Favour (Do This World A Favour)"
  14. Michael Wycoff - "Looking Up To You"
  15. Chocolate Milk - "Save The Last Dance"
  16. Dr Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - "I'll Play The Fool"
  17. Jesse Gomez - "I Should Be With You Tonight" (Moonlight Studios remix)
  18. Lonne Givens - "Hold On To The Blues"
  19. Tommy Tate - "I Can't Do Enough For You Baby"
  20. Bobby Glover - "It's My Turn"
Review: Here, rare soul reissue imprint Outta Sight hand over the reigns to the people behind Real Side Records, a similarly-focused British label whose early 2000s releases did an excellent job of casting forgotten soul gems in a new light. While some of the material here has previously been reissued on vinyl by Real Side - the sleazy, saxophone-laden slow jam of Walter Thomas' "I Wanna Get Witcha" and superb contributions from Jacqui Williams and Larry Saunders - much of it hasn't. It's arguably these tracks - the sweet 1960s Northern Soul swing of Tommy Tate's "I Can't Do Enough For You Baby", the Philly Soul style brilliance of James Bradley's "I Can't Get Enough of Your Love" and Jewel Bass's 1979 gem "Let Your Love Rain Down on Me" - that make Outta Sight Selection so essential
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  1. Art Ensemble Of Chicago - "Theme De Yoyo"
  2. The Har-You Percussion Group - "Welcome To The Party"
  3. The Pharaohs - "Damballa"
  4. Baby Huey - "Hard Times"
  5. James Mason - "Sweet Power, Your Embrace"
  6. Byron Morris & Unity - "Kitty Bey"
  7. Funkadelic - "Nappy Dugout"
  8. Rashied Ali & Frank Lowe - "Exchange" (part 2)
  9. Gary Bartz NTU Troop - "Celestial Blues"
  10. Oneness Of Juju - "Space Jungle Funk"
  11. Sarah Webster Fabio - "Work It Out"
  12. Tribe (Wendell Harrison & Phillip Ranelin) - "Beneficent"
  13. Gil Scott-Heron - "Whitey On The Moon"
  14. Don Cherry - "Brown Rice"
Review: Last year, Soul Jazz Records began to examine the relationship between protest, politics and music in the "black power era" via a fine compilation released in celebration of Tate Modern's "The Soul of a Nation" exhibition. This follow-up, released to mark the exhibition's move to Brooklyn, continues the story, gathering together another essential selection of jazz and street-funk cuts by African-American artists - both well-known and obscure - who were inspired by the politics of the black power movement and a growing interest in what the label describes as "Afro-centric, polyrhythmical styles of music". The included music is, in some cases, mind-blowing, with highlights including cuts from The Art Ensemble of Chicago, Byron Morris & Unity, Oneness of Juju, Tribe and Don Cherry.
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VARIOUS
Movements Vol 9 (unmixed CD)
Cat: TRCD 9070. Rel: 01 Feb 18
  1. Gee Gee Shinn & Boogie Kings - "Fever"
  2. Connie Kaye Trio - "I'm A Woman"
  3. Bus Brown - "Mr LBJ"
  4. Earl Demus Band - "Her Spare"
  5. Chuck Finney Combo - "I Want A Man Like You"
  6. Chick Willis - "Sometimes Soon"
  7. Australia - "Wide Awake"
  8. JR - "Any Time Now"
  9. Joe Akens - "Nice"
  10. Hummingbird 4 - "Cho Cho San"
  11. Evangeline Made - "Burnt Flesh"
  12. Dario & The Inferno - "Brother, Where Are You?"
  13. Swoop - "Upside Down"
  14. Mel-O-Madnezz - "What You Getting High On"
  15. You - "You Got It"
  16. Hot Cakes - "Harlem Shuffle Theme"
  17. Reunion - "When The Well Runs Dry"
  18. The Counts - "Get Up Get Dancin'"
Review: The prestigious Movements series, like all its predecessors on Tramp contains rare groove nuggets recorded between the early 1960s and the late 1970s. Over a hundred great unknown songs have been re-released on the first eight volumes in the series, the majority of which can not be found elsewhere and this is is no exception. There are two cover versions: "Fever" by Gee Gee Shinn & The Boogie Kings and "I'm A Woman" by Connie Kaye Trio. Bus Brown, Earl Demus and Chuck Finney remain on the same vibe - their contributions are slightly jazzier. Chick Willis' gut-wrenching "Sometime Soon" and recordings by Australia, J.R. and Joe Akens are beautiful examples of privately produced soul from the 1970s. The latin-soul of "Cho Cho San" by Hummingbird 4 takes the sound in another direction for the next three tunes, highlighted by one more stunning cover version: Oscar Brown Jr.'s "Brother, Where Are You?". The album closes with some pre-disco tracks from the late 1970s: Mel-O-Madnezz' "What You Getting High On" and Hot Cakes' cover of "Harlem Shuffle".
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  1. Jimmy Smith - "Burning Spear"
  2. Stevie Wonder - "I Wanna Make Her Love Me"
  3. Hector Rivera - "I Want A Chance For Romance"
  4. James Brown - "I've Got Money"
  5. Sly & The Family Stone - "Underdog"
  6. Sugar Billy Garner - "You're Wasting My Time"
  7. Beginning Of The End - "Super Woman"
  8. Youngblood Brass Band - "Ain't Nobody"
  9. Riot Jazz Brass Band - "Afro"
  10. Earth Wind & Fire - "Power"
  11. Brass Construction - "What's On Your Mind"
  12. Mass Production - "Welcome To Our World (Of Merry Merry Music)"
  13. Isley Brothers - "Winner Takes It All"
  14. The Jacksons - "Lovely One"
  15. Roy Ayers - "What's The T?" (Kings Of Soul Feelin Soul mix)
  16. Jill Scott - "Coming To You"
Review: Peckham-based club night The South London Soul Train has quickly established itself as a go-to destination for all those looking for "love, funk and soul". Here main man Jazzchronic delivers a second CD of favourites from the monthly shindig. There's naturally plenty to set the pulse racing, from the Hammond-heavy brilliance of Jimmy Smith's "Burning Spear" and the heavyweight boogaloo business of Hector Rivera's "I Want a Chance For Romance", to the New Orleans hustle of Youngblood Brass Band's fine cover of Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody" and the righteous disco-funk of Mass Production's "Welcome To Our World (of Merry Music)". Throw in further classics from the likes of James Brown, Jill Scott and Roy Ayers, and you've got a killer collection of dancefloor gems.
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VARIOUS
Cat: 019029 5545796. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. The Supremes - "You Keep Me Hangin' On"
  2. Aretha Franklin - "Chain Of Fools"
  3. Frank Wilson - "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)"
  4. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - "Going To A Go Go"
  5. Frankie Valli - "You're Ready Now"
  6. Chuck Wood - "Seven Days Is Too Long"
  7. Archie Bell & The Drells - "TIghten Up"
  8. The Capitols - "Cool Jerk"
  9. Spencer Davis Group - "I'm A Man"
  10. Gloria Jones - "Tainted Love"
  11. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - "Dancing In The Street"
  12. Eddie Floyd - "Knock On Wood"
  13. Wilson Pickett - "In The Midnight Hour"
  14. Dusty Springfield - "I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face"
  15. Tami Lynn - "I'm Gonna Run Away From You"
  16. Alice Clark - "You Hit Me (Right Where It Hurt Me)"
  17. Soul Brothers Six - "I'll Be Loving You"
  18. Darrell Banks - "Angel Baby (Don't You Ever Leave Me)"
  19. Tommy Tucker - "High Heel Sneakers"
  20. Booker T & The MG's - "Green Onions"
  21. Edwin Starr - "Time"
  22. Mike Post Coalition - "Afternoon Of The Rhino"
  23. James Brown - "Night Train"
  24. Dean Parish - "I'm On My Way"
  25. Rufus Thomas - "Walking The Dog"
  26. Sam & Dave - "Hold On, I'm Coming"
  27. Arthur Conley - "Sweet Soul Music"
  28. Doris Troy - "Just One Look"
  29. Mel Torme - "Comin Home Baby"
  30. Diana Ross & The Supremes - "Stormy"
  31. Otis Redding - "Mr Pitiful"
  32. The Blossoms - "That's When The Tears Start"
  33. Ben E King - "I Can't Break The News To Myself"
  34. Solomon Burke - "Stupidity"
  35. Percy Sledge - "Baby Help Me"
  36. The Drifters - "You Got To Pay Your Dues"
  37. Mary Wells - "Can't You See (You're Losing Me)"
  38. Ike & Tina Turner - "Somebody (Somewhere) Needs Me"
  39. The Mar-Keys - "Last Night"
  40. Sister Sledge - "Love Don't Go Through No Changes On Me"
  41. Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - "Beggin'"
  42. Clarence Carter - "Looking For A Fox"
  43. Darrell Banks - "Open The Door To Heart"
  44. The Casualeers - "Dance Dance Dance"
  45. Joanie Sommers - "Don't Pity Me"
  46. The Apollas - "Mr Creator"
  47. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels - "Breakout"
  48. Charles Thomas - "Man With The Golden Touch"
  49. Daivd & Ruben - "I Love Her So Much It Hurts Me"
  50. Carla Thomas - "Something Good Is Going To Happen You"
  51. Ben Aiken - "Satisfied"
  52. The Searchers - "Needles And Pins"
  53. Herbie Goins - "Number 1 In Your Heart"
  54. The Markets - "Stirrin' Up Some Soul"
  55. Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers - "Hold On I'm Coming"
  56. Mary Wells - "Me And My Baby"
  57. The Three Degrees - "Contact"
  58. The Marvellos - "Something's Burnin'"
  59. Deon Jackson - "You Said You Loved Me"
  60. Percy Sledge - "You've Got That Something Wonderful"
  61. Carla Thomas - "B-A-B-Y"
  62. Archie Bell & The Drells - "Here I Go Again"
  63. The Coasters - "Crazy Baby"
  64. Wilson Pickett - "Land Of 1000 Dances"
  65. Aretha Franklin - "Respect"
  66. Linda Lyndell - "Bring Your Love Back To Me"
  67. Deon Jackson - "Ooh Baby"
  68. Linda Jones - "Just Can't Live My Life"
  69. Leslie Uggams - "Don't You Even Care"
  70. The Invitations - "Skiing In The Snow"
  71. The Mar-Keys - "Philly Dog"
  72. Soul Brothers Six - "Some Kind Of Wonderful"
  73. Darrell Banks - "Somebody (Somewhere Needs You)"
  74. The Flirtations - "Change My Darkness Into Light"
  75. Willie Tee - "Walkin' Up A One Way Street"
  76. Lou Ragland - "Since You Said You'd Be Mine"
  77. Life - "Tell Me Why"
  78. Larry Laster - "Go For Yourself"
  79. Esther Phillips - "Catch Me I'm Falling"
  80. The Bar-Kays - "Soul Finger"
Review: As the matter-or-fact title makes clear, this expansive four-disc set offers an in-depth introduction to the interconnected worlds of "Mod" culture and Northern Soul. Traditionally, there has been plenty of crossover between the two scenes, with rhythm and blues-loving "Mods" amongst the first to embrace the stomping Michigan soul obscurities that were the backbone of the "Northern" scene. The selections here veer more towards the soul end of the spectrum, but there's no denying their quality, with famous scene staples such as Gloria Jones' "Tainted Love", Frank Wilson's "Do I Love You ((Indeed I Do)" and Soul Brothers Six's "I'll Be Loving You" (famously covered a few years back by wonky house act Crooked Man) being joined by a string of Motown hits.
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VARIOUS
Cat: BEC 5543690. Rel: 17 Oct 18
  1. Ann Peebles - "Trouble, Heartaches & Sadness"
  2. OV Wright - "Let's Straighten It Out"
  3. The Charmels - "I'll Never Grow Old"
  4. David Porter - "The Masquerade Is Over"
  5. Willie Mitchell - "Groovin'"
  6. Al Green - "You Ought To Be With Me"
  7. Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell - "You're All I Need To Get By"
  8. The Emotions - "If You Think It (You May As Well Do It)"
  9. Bob James - "Nautilus"
  10. Al Green - "Gotta Find A New World"
  11. Syl Johnson - "Don't Do It"
  12. Donny Hathaway - "Little Ghetto Boy" (live)
  13. Syl Johnson - "Could I Be Falling In Love"
  14. Wendy Rene - "After Laughter (Come Tears)"
  15. Lyn Collins - "Ain't No Sunshine"
  16. Syl Johnson - "Is It Because I'm Black?"
  17. The Dramatics - "In The Rain"
  18. Gladys Knight & The Pips - "The Way We Were"
  19. OV Wright - "Motherless Child"
  20. Booker T & The MGs - "Children Don't Get Away"
  21. Barry White - "Mellow Mood" (part 1)
  22. Syl Johnson - "I Hear The Love Chimes"
  23. Ann Peebles - "I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down"
  24. Baby Huey & The Baby Sitteres - "Hard Times"
  25. The Emotions - "I Like It"
  26. Black Ivory - "I Keep Asking Questions"
  27. Jackson 5 - "Maybe Tomorrow"
  28. Syl Johnson - "I Hate I Walked Away"
  29. Al Green - "Something"
  30. Eddie Holman - "It's Over"
  31. Montana - "Warp Factor II" (edit)
  32. The Detroit Emeralds - "You're Getting Too Smart"
  33. Laby Siffre - "I Got The (Blues)"
  34. Southside Movement - "I've Been Watching You"
  35. The Sweet Inspirations - "Why Marry?"
  36. Mad Lads - "Gone, The Promises Of Yesterday"
  37. George Jackson - "Aretha, Sing One For Me"
  38. Teddy Pendergrass - "Come Go With Me"
  39. Syl Johnson - "That's Just Luck"
  40. Al Green - "Simply Beautiful"
  41. The Jimmy Castor Bunch - "Creation" (Epilogue)
  42. Ann Peebles - "The Handwriting Is On The Wall"
  43. The Dramatics - "Tune Up"
  44. Sidney Joe Qualls - "How Can You Say Goodbye"
  45. Jackie Moore - "If"
  46. The Supremes - "It's Time To Break Down"
  47. Judy Clay - "It Ain't Long Enough"
  48. Barbara & The Browns - "In My Heart"
  49. Willie Mitchell - "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy"
  50. Joe Tex - "I'll Never Do You Wrong"
  51. The Sweet Inspirations - "You Roam When You Don't Get It At Home"
  52. Bobby Bland - "Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City"
  53. BB King - "Chains & Things"
  54. Rufus Thomas - "The Breakdown" (part 2)
  55. Freddie Waters - "The Breakdown"
  56. David Porter - "Hang On Sloopy" (single version)
  57. Dionne Warwick - "You're Gonna Need Me"
  58. Ann Sexton - "I'm His Wife (You're Just A Friend)"
  59. The Rimshots - "Takin' It"
  60. The Persuasions - "Gypsy Woman"
Review: Earlier this month, Because Music released the fourth volume in the popular "Shaolin Soul" series, some 20 years after the inaugural edition first appeared in stores. Here, they've gathered the three previous editions and reissued them in one handy, sensibly-priced package. Famously, the series was launched to showcase tracks sampled by the Wu-Tang Clan, though really it also doubles up as a brilliant showcase for popular and lesser-known funk and soul gems from the 1960s and '70s. This three-disc retrospective proves the point, offering up 60 dusty, break-heavy jams from the likes of Al Green, Willie Mitchell, Bob James, The Emotions, Syl Johnson, Ann Peebles, Rufus Thomas and the Persuasions. For DJs, in particular, it's a superb resource.
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  1. Introduction
  2. The Midnight Hour Theme
  3. Black Beacon
  4. Gate 54
  5. Redneph In B Minor
  6. Better Endeavor
  7. There Is No Greater Love (feat Loren Oden)
  8. Do It Together (feat Loren Oden)
  9. Mission
  10. Bitches Do Voodoo (feat Angela Munoz)
  11. Dans Un Moment D'errance (feat Loren Oden)
  12. Questions (feat Loren Oden)
  13. Ravens
  14. It's You (feat Loren Oden)
  15. Shout Outs
  16. Track 16
Review: Based around bassist/producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad and pianist/producer Adrian Younge, The Midnight Hour shot to prominence last year with a self-titled debut album that was rapturously received by critics and listeners alike. Since then they've been touring extensively, so it makes sense that their latest full-length effort captures the energy and improvisation of those headline-grabbing performances. Complete with whooping crowd noise, the set sees them effortlessly join the dots between jazz-funk, classic-sounding soul, library music and hip-hop soul with the assistance of guest vocalists Loren Oden and Angela Munoz. The former stars on the album's standout moment: a set closing extended version of slow-burn favourite "It's You".
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