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Back Catalogue: Disco/Nu-Disco

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Cat: AND 010. Rel: 28 Aug 19
  1. Disco Mondo (5:06)
  2. In The City (6:18)
Review: It's been four years since A&R Edits ceased releasing music after serving up nine essential EPs between 2013 and 2015. This return to action has been masterminded by Merseyside scalpel fiends Greg Wilson ("GW") and Henry Greenwood, whose fine revision of Neneh Cherry's "Buffalo Stance" kick-started the imprint six years ago. A-side "Disco Mondo" is a rolling revision of a lesser-known breathy disco jam of (we think) Italian origin. It boasts a metronomic groove, wah-wah guitars, elongated organ chords, congas for days and a few well-placed swirling electronic effects. Over on side B, "In The City" is a dreamy chunk of mid-tempo, Italo-disco influenced synth-pop.
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Played by: FINGERMAN, Osmose, BRENDON P
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Cat: GLITS 020. Rel: 04 Jul 18
  1. The Way You Love Me (Dim TSOP version - Dimitri From Paris Glitterbox retouch) (8:14)
  2. The Way You Love Me (Tom Moulton Philly Re-Grooved remix) (12:54)
Review: Some may argue that Dimitri From Paris and Tom Moulton have already provided the definitive remixes of Ron Hall, the Muthafunkaz and Marc Evans' 2006 gem "The Way You Love Me". This Glitterbox 12", which features alternative versions of those two legendary reworks, proves that they're wrong. Dimitri's "Glitterbox Retouch" of his Philadelphia International-inspired TSOP Version is a little more focused and tightly edited than its predecessor, but naturally incredibly similar. It's Moulton's "Philly Regrooved Mix", though, that's the real stunner. A near perfect example of Moulton's classic mixing skills, it sees the original disco mixer give space to each instrumental solo before unleashing the now oh-so-familiar vocal. The result is 13 minutes of unashamed disco bliss.
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Cat: EXS 022. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Let Me Do It (3:35)
  2. Life (3:33)
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HAND 05 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: HAND 005. Rel: 09 Jul 19
  1. 123 (6:07)
  2. 120 (5:28)
  3. 125 (6:14)
  4. 0 (2:12)
Review: The Have A Nice Day edit crew return with another edition of their so-far sold-out and still anonymous series of craftily reimagined and wryly dug dancefloor jams. "123" takes the lead with a big Cuban twist; all loopy percussion before the big horns kick in. "120 takes a different route as we're thrilled to hear a heavily dubbed and darked out classic. Flip for more head-turners as "125" goes all out experimental boogie while "0" follows the same trippy spoken word saga as previous releases, this time offering some vital advice on personal jewellery. Tight!
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Played by: Eddie C
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Magic Wand Special Editions Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MWSE 002. Rel: 08 Oct 18
  1. Tied Up (Hanners edit)
  2. Happy Together (Hanners edit)
  3. Lucky Number (Hanners edit)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Having previously contributed to the Ruf Kutz series, Manchester-based editor extraordinaire Andi Hanley lands on Magic Wand with some off-grid treatments seriously worthy of your attention. First up on the A side is "Tied Up (Hanners edit)," which locks into a snaking, submerged and deliciously tense Afro work out for show-stopping dancefloor drama. "Happy Together" is much smoother by comparison, all laid back island boogie with cheery synth strings and ample bass sleaze to keep you warm at night. "Lucky Number" is a peppier 70s flavoured strutter that teases its ingredients out over a sustained set of riffs.
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Cat: ATH 040. Rel: 23 Feb 17
  1. Since I Was A Little Girl (3:33)
  2. Straight Talk (3:28)
Review: For their latest dive into the depths of funk history, Athens of the North travels back to 1978 and the debut of John Hawes and Velma Bunch's obscure Hard Drivers project. The record initially appeared on Hawes' own short-lived imprint, and his since become a sought after 7" amongst serious collectors. "Since I Was A Little Girl" is a disco-era funk gem, with guest singer Vivian Lee providing a brilliantly confident vocal to compliment Hawes and Bunch's driving, horn-heavy backing track. On the flip you'll find original B-side "Straight Talk", a touching torch song full of harmony backing vocals, impassioned builds, and lyrics capable of melting even the stoniest of hearts.
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Cat: SB 7022. Rel: 05 Apr 16
  1. Am I Cold Am I Hot (short version) (3:12)
  2. Am I Cold Am I Hot (long version) (5:09)
Review: London's Soul Brother unit has been out of the picture for a little while, but you can always rest assured that the mythical Putney-based shop will come up with some solid reissue goodness. This time, the gold comes through a resurrection of Bill Harris' material, a legendary jazz trombonist who started his trade way back in the late 1950's. There's two versions of "Am I Hot Am I Cold" here, a short version for the dance, and a long version that delves deeper into the percussion, goes heavier on the drum breaks and lifts the track to higher grounds thanks to those prophetic vocals. A certified jazz-funk monster.
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Hey Benji (Prins Thomas remix) (limited 140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GOP 003. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Hey Benji (5:52)
  2. Hey Benji (Prins Thomas remix) (10:10)
Review: Gop Tun are a Brazilian label and party crew operating out of Sao Paulo, and they stride into their third release with a pair of tracks that are likely to establish them on the map even more than they are already. This is the second outing for Hatchets on the label, and "Hey Benji" makes for a perfect encapsulation of the Gop Tun sound with its warm, organic sound palette, slinky disco structure and traditional Latin elements. Prins Thomas meanwhile pushes the track into a whole other realm for his remix, creating a hard-edged, heavy-grooving remix that promises all kinds of psychedelic abandon on the dancefloor.
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  1. Keep God On Your Side (5:51)
  2. Going Down (Incognito) (6:36)
Review: Previously, Philadelphia outfit Heem The Music Monsters was most famous for the sought-after 1976 psych-funk 7" "Wake Up People". It turns out, though, that the Hubert Willis-produced band recorded tons of other material in the same period, almost all of which has never seen the light of day before. The two tracks featured here are two such examples. "Keep God On Your Side" is a pleasingly sweet and dreamy chunk of life-affirming warmth that sits somewhere between classic Philly Soul and the more conscious vibes of the Mighty Ryeders. B-side instrumental "Going Down (Incognito)" is arguably even better, mixing as it does the inspired fusion of Brit-funk combo Cymande with heavy Clavinet lines, breathy backing vocals and dueling horn solos.
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Cat: 8787KON 19. Rel: 26 Sep 19
  1. High Voltage - "Rock Spank Freak" (KON Re-work) (10:13)
  2. Chain Reaction - "Dance Freak" (Moplen Re-freak) (7:25)
Review: Legendary Harlem label Queen Constance brought the world the most raw and authentic disco direct from the source. Years later, collectors and dancers alike still fawn over plenty of its output and now two of its more notorious tracks get on-point edits by contemporary stars Kon and Moplen. With Kon at the buttons, High Voltage's "Rock Spank Freak" is tweaked and coerced, with extended funk breakdowns and heavier bottom ends. Moplen then adds some extra colour and pumps up the trumpet lines to make for an unabashedly glorious disco stomper. This is a 100% legit reissue with fresh remastering, so do not sleep.
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Hit & Run (12")
Cat: SALSA 12019. Rel: 23 Jan 04
  1. Hit & Run (original Walter Gibbons 12" mix)
  2. Hit & Run (Danny Tenaglia 12" remix)
  3. Hit & Run (acappella)
Review: Exclusively remastered by Tom Moulton from the original master tapes!
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Cat: RDC 001. Rel: 10 Apr 19
  1. Burning Desire (7:24)
  2. Maybe The Melody Sucks (6:05)
  3. So Deep (6:14)
  4. Get Down (7:14)
Review: Mexican DJ and producer Hotmood has slung out a huge amount of quality releases in the past few years via his own Hotmood Records as well as elsewhere, from Disco Fruit to Whiskey Pickle. Now Guillermo Gonzalez is bringing the funk to Ravanelli Disco Club, imparting some seriously classy club rollers that draw on classic sound sources but boil the ingredients down into punchy, effective contemporary dancefloor bombs. "Burning Desire" is a sprightly, key led affair, while "Maybe The Melody Sucks" gets busy with Philly strings and brass stabs. "So Deep" piles the looped up disco funk on heavy, and "Get Down" does some impressive filter riding - these disco house bombs can't fail to set the party on fire when they're slapped on the platter.
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Cat: SMS 013. Rel: 17 Oct 19
  1. Samba E Sabor (6:21)
  2. Lafro (6:31)
  3. Groove With You (6:33)
  4. Our Place (5:50)
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Cat: EX 7033. Rel: 06 Mar 18
  1. Easy Does It (5:45)
  2. Kelly Green (4:21)
Review: This more than handy 7" single brings together two classic disco-era cuts from soul legend Willie Hutch. A-side "Easy Does It", which was originally featured on 1978's In Tune album, features Hutch in full-on Curtis Mayfield mode, singing passionately over a jaunty, jazz-funk influenced backing track laden with swirling strings, choral backing vocals (think Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" album) and Dexter Wansel style synthesizer solos. It's undoubtedly one of Hutch's finest moments and deserves to be in any serious soul head's collection. Flip for 1979's "Kelly Green", a sumptuous soul slow jam in which Hutch pines over a lost lover.
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You Know How To Love Me (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PR 65009P. Rel: 09 May 18
  1. You Know How To Love Me (7:35)
  2. Living Inside Your Love (6:12)
Review: Two Arista classics from 79/78 respectively, the cult (not to mention heavily sampled) charms of Pittsburgh soul queen Hyman are presented immaculately right here on this heavyweight vinyl double-A. "You Know How To Love Me", taken from the 79 album of the same name, is a straight up disco stomper that should be recognisable to all with its distinctive horn fill and rousing backing vocals while "Living Inside Your Love" (from her 78 album Somewhere In My Lifetime) is a slinkier, sultry affair with some sizzling scat vocal flare and harmonies that will have you weak at the knees. It's all love.
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Tropical Disco Records Vol 10 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TDISCO 010. Rel: 19 Jun 19
  1. Sartorial - "Warping" (6:22)
  2. Moodena - "Jammin" (6:39)
  3. Simon Kennedy - "Back To Soul" (6:27)
  4. Hotmood - "Everybody" (5:56)
Review: By now we should know what to expect from Tropical Records, namely beefed-up, house style re-edits of disco and boogie tracks that tend towards the hot, sticky and humid. Sartorial kicks things off this time round via the swirling, Latin style disco-bounce of "Warping" - all low-slung bass, new house beats, big orchestration and snaking sax solos - before Moodena straightens out and tools up a hybrid jazz-funk/disco jam that boasts some seriously exotic guitar solos and jammed-out electric piano parts. Simon Kennedy's contribution, "Back To Soul", is a bumpy and bouncy take on a fine disco soul classic, while Hotmood's "Everybody" is a sweaty, house style revision of a P-funk flavoured boogie number.
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Albums
  1. Ice - "Reality" (3:35)
  2. Cloudburst - "I'm Loving You" (3:38)
  3. Popsicles - "These Are The Good Times" (4:23)
  4. Bileo - "You Can Win" (3:28)
  5. Mahana - "She Really Needs Love" (3:15)
  6. Jerry Blackshear - "Defected" (3:29)
  7. Mr Wigg & Co - "Lot Of Living To Do" (4:32)
  8. Benita - "Time For A Change" (3:25)
  9. Darrell Johnson - "Days Gone Past" (4:12)
  10. Bordeaux - "Paradise's Love" (3:24)
  11. Split Decision Band - "Watchin' Out" (3:15)
  12. Sequence - "Disco Thing" (3:00)
  13. Strivers Show Band - "Love Episode" (3:29)
  14. Love Company - "Love Tempo" (3:36)
  15. Gratitude - "We Are Here To Party" (7" version) (3:46)
  16. Jax Transit Authority - "Life Is A Miracle" (4:56)
Review: Many of the finest independent disco 45s that Athens of the North has reissued were licensed by crate digger David Haffner, so it's fitting that AOTN boss Euan Fryer has given him a compilation of his own. "Disco With A Feeling" contains some of those picks, alongside other obscure favourites from Haffner's sizable record collection. It's absolute fire from start to finish, with the little known private press and small-run cuts tending towards the more soulful and jazz-funk influenced end of the disco spectrum. Basically, it's a must-have for anyone who gravitates towards the rare end of the disco spectrum.
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