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DJ Snowboy presents The Good Foot: The Soundtrack To His Soho Night
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  1. Little Eva Harris - "Get Ready/Uptight"
  2. The Ikettes - "Don't Feel Sorry For Me"
  3. Etta James - "Can't Shake It"
  4. The Dynamics - "Misery"
  5. Sue Ann Jones - "I'll Give You My Love"
  6. The Brownettes - "Baby, Don't You Know"
  7. Jimmy Norman - "I Don't Love You No More (I Don't Care About You)"
  8. Dorothy Berry - "I Say You're Driving Me Crazy"
  9. Chester Randle's Soul Senders - "Soul Brothers Testify" (part 2)
  10. Luther Ingram - "Oh Baby Don't You Weep"
  11. Little Willie John - "Don't Play With Love"
  12. The Barrino Brothers - "Just A Mistake"
  13. James Carr - "Coming Back To Me Baby"
  14. The Shirelles - "Boys"
  15. James Brown - "Bring It Up"
  16. Aretha Franklin - "Rough Lover"
  17. ZZ Hill - "You Don't Love Me"
  18. Little Johnny Taylor - "Looking At The Future"
  19. Hank Marr - "The Watusi-Roll"
  20. Mongo Santamaria - "Sweet 'Tater Pie"
  21. The Contours - "Do The See Saw"
  22. Mark Murphy - "Why Don't You Do Right?"
  23. Willis Jackson - "Nuther'N Like Thuther'N"
Review: Selector, percussionist, producer and all-round legend Snowboy represents his weekly Madame JoJo's showcase in album form. Digging deep across two 12"s, Snowboy treats us to 23 undiluted funk and soul cuts. From well-known (James Brown's "Bring It Up" and Etta James' "Can't Shake It") to lesser-known (The Shirelles' "Boys", Dorothy Berry's "I Say You're Driving Me Crazy"), the whole curation rolls with emphatic consistency and attention to detail. With gems hidden around every corner, even the most ardent of collectors will find many things to love right here.
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New York Afternoon
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Cat: SNOWBOY 1CD. Rel: 28 Mar 16
International
  1. New York Afternoon (feat Marc Evans)
  2. Tres Tambores
  3. Better (feat Jen Kearney)
  4. Echalo Ya
  5. Cala Escarpado
  6. Ole Mambo
  7. La Epoca Del Palladium
  8. Oxen Free (feat Jen Kearney)
  9. The Triple Bluff
Review: Despite the rather glum look Mark 'Snowboy' Cotgrove is sporting on the cover of New York Afternoon, this new Snowboy & The Latin Section album is a reason to celebrate as its been some 30 years since the Afro-Cuban act first put out a record!! Since the Flaco Jiminez-featuring Mambo Teresa 12" dropped back in 1986, Snowboy & The Latin Section have become torchbearers for the authentic Latin jazz style and they sound as vibrant as ever on this sixteenth album. A glorious Afro-Cuban jazz extravaganza which captures the block party feel of '70s Latin jazz and early salsa, New York Afternoon features vocals from both rising jazz vocal star Jen Kearney and Baltimore house music legend Marc Evans as well as Polar Bear saxophonist Pete Wareham.
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New York Afternoon
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Cat: SNOWBOY 1LP. Rel: 28 Mar 16
International
  1. New York Afternoon (feat Marc Evans) (3:57)
  2. Tres Tambores (6:55)
  3. Better (feat Jen Kearney) (6:47)
  4. Echalo Ya (6:42)
  5. Cala Escarpado (2:10)
  6. Ole Mambo (5:10)
  7. La Epoca Del Palladium (4:51)
  8. Oxen Free (feat Jen Kearney) (7:11)
  9. The Triple Bluff (9:37)
Review: Despite the rather glum look Mark 'Snowboy' Cotgrove is sporting on the cover of New York Afternoon, this new Snowboy & The Latin Section album is a reason to celebrate as its been some 30 years since the Afro-Cuban act first put out a record!! Since the Flaco Jiminez-featuring Mambo Teresa 12" dropped back in 1986, Snowboy & The Latin Section have become torchbearers for the authentic Latin jazz style and they sound as vibrant as ever on this sixteenth album. A glorious Afro-Cuban jazz extravaganza which captures the block party feel of '70s Latin jazz and early salsa, New York Afternoon features vocals from both rising jazz vocal star Jen Kearney and Baltimore house music legend Marc Evans as well as Polar Bear saxophonist Pete Wareham.
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Wag: Iconic Tunes From The Wag Club 1983-1987
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Cat: HURTXCD 142. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Funk
  1. Aaron Neville - "Hercules"
  2. Brother Soul - "Cookies"
  3. Esther Philips - "Home Is Where The Hatred Is"
  4. Fatback - "Wicky Wacky"
  5. Gil Scott Heron - "17th Street"
  6. James Brown - "The Boss"
  7. Miami - "Kill That Roach"
  8. AABB - "Pick Up The Pieces One By One"
  9. Brother To Brother - "In The Bottle"
  10. Clarence Wheeler & The Enforcers - "Right On"
  11. Don Julian & The Larks - "Shorty The Pimp"
  12. Doris Duke - "Woman Of The Ghetto"
  13. Beginning Of The End - "Funky Nassau"
  14. Gwen McCrae - "All This Love That I'm Giving"
  15. Manu Dibango - "New Bell"
  16. Earth Wind & Fire - "Getaway"
  17. D.C Larue - "Cathedrals"
  18. Dexter Wansel - "Life On Mars"
  19. The Fatback Band - "Spanish Hustle"
  20. Mandrill - "Can You Get It"
  21. New York Port Authority - "I Got It"
  22. The Nite Liters - "K-Jee"
  23. Brass Construction - "Moving"
  24. Crystal Grass - "Crystal World"
  25. Herbie Mann - "Hijack"
  26. Slave - "You & Me"
  27. War - "Galaxy"
  28. Strutt - "Time Moves On"
  29. MFSB - "Freddie's Dead"
  30. John Handy - "Hard Work"
  31. Benny Golson - "The New Killer Joe HQ"
  32. Eddie Harris - "Listen Here"
  33. Oscar Brown Jr - "Mr Kicks"
  34. Freddie Hubbard - "Return Of The Prodigal Son"
  35. Roland Kirk - "Making Love After Hours"
  36. Mel Torme - "Comin' Home Baby"
  37. Tamiko Jones & Herbie Mann - "The Sidewinder"
  38. Snowboy - "A Night In Tunisia"
  39. Nina Simone - "African Mailman"
  40. Mongo Santamaria - "I Can't Get Next To You"
  41. Eddie Palmieri - "Mambo Show"
  42. Ray Barretto - "Pastime Paradise"
  43. Dom & Jadir De Castro - "Ozonio"
  44. Linda Clifford - "Runaway Love"
  45. Joyce Sims - "(You Are My) All & All"
  46. Herbie Hancock - "Rockit"
  47. The Junkyard Band - "The Word"
  48. Digital Underground - "The Humpty Dance"
  49. Quando Quango - "Genius"
  50. Cerrone - "Supernature"
  51. Atmosfear - "Dancing In Outer Space"
  52. Dinosaur L - "Go Bang"
  53. Undisputed Truth - "You + Me = Love" (long version)
Review: During the mid 1980s, there were few more vibrant venues in London than the iconic Wag Club. While the club's musical offering was wide, between 1983 and '87 it became closely associated with the capital's Rare Groove, disco and jazz-dance scenes. It's this aspect of the club's history that Chris Sullivan explores on Wag: Iconic Tunes From The Wag Club 1983-87. Over the course of four discs, Sullivan has gathered together some superb cuts. While the epic tracklist is undeniably weighted towards fairly well known scene anthems (think party-starters from James Brown, Dinosaur L, Aaron Neville, Cerrone, Digital Underground and Ray Buretto, for starters), Sullivan has wisely thrown in a few forgotten, or recently overlooked gems.
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