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Singles
Cat: PH 45006. Rel: 03 Mar 16
  1. Order Of Nothingness (3:36)
  2. Tropical Eel (4:22)
Review: Apart from having been a pinnacle of both Sahko's and Warp's success over the years, Finland's Jimi Tenor is simply a great musician, a true visionary when it comes to dance - and non-dance - experimentalism, and one of the few truly imaginative minds left; yes, we know that's a bold statement, but it's what we truly believe. Here he is on Philophon with a deeply explorative 7", starting with the psychedelic hymns of "Order Of Nothingness", a song that seems to be drenched in 70's mysticism, but that somehow also sounds utterly contemporary. "Tropical Eel" is more left of field, where digitised Eastern melodies bleep to a steady, jazzy rhythm that simply calls for a head-nod. Recommended.
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Cat: PH 45015. Rel: 26 Apr 18
  1. Quantum Connection (4:32)
  2. My Mind Will Travel (Teen party edit) (4:25)
Review: Finnish vibe artisan Jimi Tenor returns to Max Weissenfeldt's Philophon with two more contemporary dreamboat affairs... "Quantum Connection" springs with a bruk-like energy but chats in fluent jazz via the eastern horns and spiralling hook narrative. "My Mind Will Travel" maintains the spring but with much more of a loungey feel and a molten vocal that flops over the tightly plucked strings with humour and syrupy ease. One of a kind.
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  1. Satellite-Love (3:22)
  2. Branch-In-Out (3:20)
Review: This dinked 7" marks the debut of new Athens of the North offshoot Ocean of Tears, a label dedicated - in their words - to "deep ballads". In typical fashion, the imprint's first release is thrillingly obscure in origin; so much so, in fact, that original copies are even more rare than rocking horse droppings. "Satellite-Love" was Boston-based psychedelic funk man, Tri-Speed Moog Keytar Synthesizer inventor and one-time Original Black Sheep member Forest Terry's attempt at solo success. It flopped first time round, but is certainly a rare treat - all trippy lo-fi soul vibes, sweet guitars and suitably blazed vocals. There's a more up-tempo feel to flipside "Branchin' Out", which boasts wild guitar solos, Hendrix-esque vocals and bustlin' psych-funk rhythms.
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Feel So Good Inside (12" repress)
Cat: FVR 099. Rel: 03 May 18
  1. Feel So Good Inside (extended Waxist edit mix) (6:51)
  2. Feel So Good Inside (4:19)
  3. Take Me To (New York City) (4:18)
Review: The result of a diligent digging quest since he heard DJ Klas drop it many years ago, Lyonaisse editor Waxist has finally track down his own copy of Lamar's 1980 disco soul love gem and given it some serious treatment. Extending the unfettered positivity of the original by almost two minutes (with special attention paid to that immense organ solo), it lives up to its name in every possible way. For authenticity's sake he's also included the original B-side "Take Me To New York". Still standing the test of time impeccably after 35 years, one tickle from the lolloping bassline and swooning keys and your dancefloor will be hooked.
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BGP
Cat: BGPS 008. Rel: 05 Jul 02
  1. Funky Hot Grits
  2. Give Me The Green Light
 in stock $8.28
Africano (reissue) (12" with obi-strip)
Cat: GET 1200212. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Africano (4:45)
  2. Why Can't We Live Together (3:33)
Review: Timmy Thomas, sometimes known as The Magician, frequently regarded as one of the most sampled men beyond the Brown franchise, he's been referenced by everyone from Drake to Dilla to MC Hammer. Here we find two of his most well known cuts, both taken from his 1972 album, Why Can't We Live Together. There's a wry cosmic sheen weaving and shimmering in the background of the soaking wet Afrofunk groove of "Africano" while the keys of "Why Can't We Live Together" instantly hit with a soul you've heard, felt and loved in so many contexts. Certified classic.
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Cat: TKD 072. Rel: 11 Jul 17
  1. Africano (4:36)
  2. Funky Me (3:01)
  3. Why Can't We Live Together (4:34)
Review: The TK Disco reissue series continues with a fine EP of classic cuts from label stalwart Timmy Thomas. This time round, the singer and keyboardist's most famous outing, the fuzzy and impassioned organ jam "Why Can't We Live Together", is relegated to the B-side, with 1977 cut "Africano" taking pride of place on the A. It's something of an overlooked gem, all told; a killer chunk of Clav-happy Afro-funk/Afro-disco fusion full of chanted vocals and Thomas's own killer electric piano flourishes. Also featured on side B is "Funky Me", which was originally featured on the B-side of "Why Can't We Live Together". Equally fuzzy and underpinned by the same sort of clicking drum machine percussion, it naturally features Thomas showing off his impeccable organ skills.
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Cat: OSV 161. Rel: 29 Jul 16
  1. Billy Thompson - "Black-Eyed Girl" (1:57)
  2. Clarence Reid - "I'm Your Yes Man" (2:40)
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The Hatch (7")
Cat: FUNK45 017. Rel: 26 Mar 04
  1. The Hatch (instrumental)
  2. Agravation
 in stock $4.97
  1. The Tolbert Family Singers - "Ride The Gospel Train" (feat Brother O C Tolbert) (3:36)
  2. O C Tolbert - "Give It To Glory" (5:46)
Review: With Cordial Recordings, LoveVinyl's Roual Galloway is doing a terrific job in making rare, sought-after tracks available to a wider audience. In truth, you'll struggle to find a more rare and expensive gospel killer than The Tolbert Family Singers' "Ride The Gospel Train", a drum machine driven chunk of gospel-boogie with crunchy funk guitars that's been changing hands for hundreds of pounds online. Andrew Weatherall is a fan and it's easy to see why. Flipside "Give it Glory", a solo cut by Tolbert Family patriarch Brother OC Tolbert, is a sweeter and breezier slab of gospel-soul that has never before been released on vinyl. Two killer cuts for the price of one: nice one, Roual!
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Haze Part 1 & 2 (limited 7")
Cat: KD 035. Rel: 17 Apr 14
  1. Haze (part 1)
  2. Haze (part 2)
Review: Having carved a very distinctive crate-dug niche on his own Champ imprint, Japanese beatsmith Tominaga jumps over to Kenny Dope's Kay Dee with this highly limited Hendrix homage. The first part twists more emphasis on the warm, distorted guitar licks while the second part gets heavy on the swashbuckling live drums. Both versions are sure-fire party primers. Excuse us while we kiss the sky!
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Cat: ATH 020. Rel: 01 Oct 15
  1. Holding On (3:39)
  2. Dimona (Spiritual Capital Of The World) (3:38)
Review: Chop-walloping funk soul: AOTN bossman Fryer has allegedly spent the past 15 years trying to secure this '70s rarity. Silky, youthful and compounded with an insatiable groove, it's dangerously close to Jackson 5's best output and no one would blame you if you thought it actually was. Flip for "Dimona", a slower burner that swoons and shows the band's more mature side. This is the first time either side has seen a 45... You know what to do.
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O Journaleiro (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ45 016. Rel: 15 Dec 14
  1. Toni Tornado - "O Jornaleiro"
  2. Som Tres - "Homenagem A Mongo"
Review: Rich gutsy soul from a man who's regularly described as Brazil's James Brown, "O Journalerio" is a blueprint funk jam. Released in 1971 (on his hyper-rare album BR-3) it's all about the orchestrated swing, bluesy groove and Hammond licks so lavish you need to towel on every listen. Flip for Som Tres... An off-shoot of the Sambalanco Trio, it's the sound of Cesar Camargo Mariano controlling a restrained rolling slice of filmic instrumental funk where horns, keys and drums gather momentum with big band drama. Neither have been released on 45" before, making this all the more special.
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  1. Towana & The Total Destruction - "Wear Your Natural Baby"
  2. Ty Karim - "You Really Made It Good To Me"
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UFO (limited 7")
Cat: RS45 007. Rel: 04 Aug 14
  1. UFO
  2. Space: 1999
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Making New Friends (limited 7")
Cat: AOE 005. Rel: 21 May 15
  1. Making New Friends (1:58)
  2. Trippin On The Sounds
Review: DJ Fryer's Athens of the North label continues its relentless charge the annals of funk and disco, focussing attentions here on the mid '70s debut of Jeanie Tracy. Glance at the discography of the Houston-born singer and you are presented with a storied recording career that includes credits alongside Bobby Womack, Aretha Franklin and Sylvester so it's little surprise to see that original copies of Making New Friends / Trippin On The Sounds rarely change hands below the $1000 mark. Originally released on Marvin Holmes' Oakland-based Brown Door Records around 1975, this Athens of the North edition is a must for any self-respecting 45 wielding selectors out there! The A-side is a recognised classic of the rare groove canon but it's "Trippin On The Sounds" that you need to hear; a glorious horn-laden deep funk nugget.
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White Lines (coloured vinyl 7")
Cat: CR 002. Rel: 22 Jan 18
  1. White Lines (4:31)
  2. Smack My Pitch Up (4:05)
Review: Australia's Choi Records drop their second release in the shape of two powerful cover versions either side of a devilish little 7" by The Traffic. The A-side, "White Lines", is a funky, horn-led reinterpretation of Grandmaster Flash's original tune : an instrumental brass ode to the original beast. On the flip, there's "Smack My Pitch Up", another mighty instrumental rework of The Prodigy classic, complete with a string of trumpets that imitate the original's inimitable vocal loop.
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LA Nights (12")
Cat: H&F 00021. Rel: 18 Jan 17
  1. LA Nights (4:44)
  2. Break Droppin' (5:11)
  3. The Battle (9:37)
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  1. Now I Can Hold My Head Up High
  2. If You're Looking For Love
 in stock $8.56
Golpes Diferentes (limited 7")
Cat: 3ZLD 40836. Rel: 02 Jun 16
  1. Golpes Diferentes (Different Strokes) (2:35)
  2. Nosotros Conseguiremos Mas Almas (We Got More Souls) (2:29)
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Cat: OSV 113. Rel: 15 Apr 14
  1. I Wanna Give You Tomorrow
  2. I Wanna Give You Tomorrow (disco version)
 in stock $8.56
Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol 6 (heavyweight clear vinyl 12")
Cat: UR 12323. Rel: 08 Oct 13
  1. Running In The Rain (Paolo Scotti & Giacomo Silvestri Sun Sound re-edit)
  2. Running In The Rain (original version)
  3. Cause I Love Love You (Paolo Scotti & Giacomo Silvestri Sun Sound re-edit)
  4. Cause I Love Love You (original mix)
Review: Commencing on Record Store Day last year, Ubiquity's Luv N'Haight Edit series has wisely taken a universal approach calling on everyone from Pitchfork darling Nico Jaar to Gifted & Blessed via Carlos Nino to rework material from the label's Luv N'Haight catalogue. Volume 6 arrives and it's the turn of Sun Sound Records owner, edit master and renowned record collector Paolo Scotti to dig through the Luv N'Haight. Scotti's focus lands on two Turner Brothers jams in the shape of "Running In The Rain" and "Cause I Love You" and his reworks in cahoots with Giacomo Silvestri echo the edits of disco days gone by - think Walter Gibbons, John Morales. Originals of both tracks are here should you feel the need for immediate comparison.
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  1. Jeffrey Turpin & His Friends - "Rumours" (feat Ida Mae) (2:55)
  2. Cinnamon Suns - "Party Time" (2:52)
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Cat: FABN 008. Rel: 03 Nov 17
  1. Party In The Ghetto (3:44)
  2. Walking Forward (3:34)
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Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol 7: You're In Love (limited splattered vinyl 7")
Cat: UR 7331. Rel: 04 Feb 14
  1. You're In Love (Kon remix)
  2. You're In Love (Kon dub)
Review: Ubiquity's super-collectable Luv N Haight series continues with immaculate aplomb. Here we find Kon applying his crafty edit knife to Twilight's 1986 soul boogie smoocher "You're In Love". The remix carries the full honey-coated vocals while the dub switches the focus to the groove with subtle flourishes of the vocal. A spotless contempory rework.... And, as the seventh volume, it's fittingly the first in the series to be served on 7". Nice touch.
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Cat: UR12 351. Rel: 17 Sep 15
  1. Lovin' On High (The Twilite Tone Tribute To Twilight) (6:34)
  2. Lovin' On High (The Twilite Tone Tribute To Twilight - instrumental)
  3. Well Be Special (The Twilite Tone remix) (7:59)
  4. Well Be Special (The Twilite Tone - remix instrumental)
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Game Over (hand-numbered 7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: OUR 45012. Rel: 27 May 15
  1. Game Over (2:07)
  2. The Thief (3:08)
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Suggestive EP (limited 12")
Cat: PPU 061. Rel: 06 Oct 14
  1. Mayday
  2. Suggestive
  3. Ao
  4. Dreamboy 84
Review: The archives of Estonian artist Uku Kuut continue to prove fertile stomping ground for the PPU label, with this latest transmission drawing from unreleased material he recorded with his mother Maryn Coote. Coote is quite an established musician in her own right, recording a couple of albums as Marju Kuut, as well as collaborating with compatriot Uno Loop and it's clear her musical background helped shape Uku's formative direction. If you've partaken in any previous Kuut retrospectives from PPU, the four tracks here will be a real delight, with "Mayday" and "Dreamboy 84" particular highlights. The former is an alternate tape mix of a track from the Vision Of Estonia LP issued by the label back in 2012, whilst the latter features Marju's vocals in full swing.
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  1. You Don't Have To Cry Anymore
  2. Vision Of Estonia
Review: Originally out in 1985, Peoples Potential Unlimited reissue this soul boogie jam from Uku Kuut (who was born In the Soviet Union, raised in Sweden and now lives in Estonia) featuring Marju Kuut on vocals. On the flip is a mellow instrumental in homage to Uku's home for the past 20 years, now available for the first time on cute 7" vinyl. Top release!
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Cat: CRS 510. Rel: 20 Apr 18
  1. Get Away (5:47)
  2. Fools Have Tried (4:32)
  3. Feel The Groove (5:53)
  4. Foxy Sourcy Lady (4:48)
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Reality (7")
Cat: AOE 011. Rel: 22 Oct 15
  1. Reality (2:55)
  2. Dreams (3:47)
Review: A hot and steamy funk jam on the A, a swooning samba with a hectic climax on the B: dynamically this is pretty much the perfect 45 as it ticks all funk dancefloor scenarios. Sonically it's just as sweet with widescreen production, fireside harmonies and pianos that could meander on for days and you'd never get bored. Previously rarer than unicorn knickers, this Underground Resurrection re-release comes our way the same week as the Second Resurrection 45. AOTN are clearly working on biblical form right now.
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Cat: SPEC 1411/UNID 1411. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. You Make Me Feel So Good
  2. What I Got Is What You Need (vocal mix)
  3. What I Got Is What You Need (dub)
 in stock $6.07
BGP
Cat: BGPS 030. Rel: 27 Apr 10
  1. The Uniques - "Give Me Another Chance"
  2. The Eternal Flames - "Hi Off Life"
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Cat: KINF 004. Rel: 14 Jul 17
  1. Barely Breaking Even (club version) (12:50)
  2. Barely Breaking Even (instrumental version) (7:20)
Review: Mixed by John Morales and produced by Greg Carmichael this disco monster classic gets a welcome funky issue
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Come On With The Come On (limited 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: SR 001. Rel: 18 Feb 16
  1. Come On With The Come On (3:27)
  2. TLC (3:14)
Review: The Symphonical label has absolutely no care for starting off slow and pacing themselves. This release by 9-piece Wisconsin outfit Upheaval is nothing short of a musical miracle. First of all, all of the members were behind jail bars when it was recorded, and hardly any of them had professional music training prior to its recording. In any case, 1979's "Come On With The Come On" is just about as funky, soulful and weird as you can get, and it will surely appeal to the more studious of diggers out there. On the flip, "TLC" is softer, more loving, but still contains that inherent grit that wraps these songs together. They were, after all, recorded with whatever was available in the pound.
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Hot Oklahoma Nights (double 7")
Cat: AOE 022. Rel: 06 Apr 17
  1. Uptown (3:12)
  2. You're A Woman (4:22)
  3. Bloated (2:42)
  4. Just Be Yourself (2:49)
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  1. Marcos Valle - "A Paraiba Nao E Chicago" (4:39)
  2. Don Beto - "Nao Quero Mais" (2:11)
Review: For the latest volume in their ongoing Brazil 45s series, Mr Bongo has decided to change tack. The two tracks showcased here are from the golden age of Brazilian boogie. On the A-side you'll find Marcos Valle's "A Paraiba Nao E Chicago", a largely overlooked cut from his 1981 full-length Vontade De Rever Voce. While not as instantly as infectious as some of his better-known singles, it's still superb; a breezy, blue-eyed soul cut full of rising horns and sweet Portuguese vocals. On the B-side, you'll find Don Beto's 1978 disco-funk jam "Nao Quero Mais", a superb track that was seemingly inspired by the Doobie Brothers' "Long Train Running".
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Cat: HC 45. Rel: 07 Jul 16
  1. La Vie C'est Bon (3:34)
  2. Tovi Novi (7" exclusive) (3:48)
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Cat: CRS 511. Rel: 10 Nov 16
  1. Let It Out (3:31)
  2. Destruction (3:33)
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Cat: FLBR 4508. Rel: 25 Jul 17
  1. Sneaker Collector (2:11)
  2. African Spy (2:26)
Review: Sizzling funk from the heart of St Petersburg; The Vicious Seeds let rip with their debut 45. Raw, frazzled and just a little garage in its rough and ready sheen, "Sneaker Collector" hits with a meaty swashbuckling feel while "African Spy" is a slower, slight cosmic jam where the wah wah guitars snake around a loose almost jazzy break. Watch out for the key change and try to keep up.
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Played by: SPASIBO RECORDS
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Cat: SB 7029. Rel: 26 Jul 17
  1. Cashing In (2:19)
  2. Take A Stand (3:11)
Review: The Voices Of East Harlem were an ensemble of vocalists who for Just Sunshine Records recorded two albums under the direction of Leroy Hutson and Curtis Mayfield. "Cashing In" is one of their most classic songs, a highly sought after track on original 7" fetches a small fortune on the collectors market. First recorded and released in 1973, it has all the hallmarks of a Leroy Hutson composition and an established audience that crosses the boundaries of northern, crossover and modern soul. The song is coupled here with "Take A Stand', another highly regarded and sought after modern soul room dance floor tracks, never previously released on 7" single until now
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Cat: CYC 3201. Rel: 10 May 17
  1. Shower Me With Love (Lord) (5:31)
  2. Shower Me With Love (Lord) (Promo mix) (4:18)
Review: Those who watch the X-Factor may remember Voices With Soul; the trio, which is made up of three female members of the Campbell family (Grace, Hilda and Corene) reached the last six of the TV talent competition back in the late noughties. Here, they're in full-on contemporary gospel mode, layering their impassioned, righteous vocals over a lushly produced, slow-burning backing track full of chiming synthesizer melodies, bustling synth bass and tumbling electronic sax solos. Arguably even better is the flipside "Promo Mix", which doffs a cap to classic British street soul - a homegrown 1980s variant that is constantly overlooked by dance music scholars - via tactile hip-hop beats and Soul II Soul style production.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Cat: FVR 106. Rel: 24 Nov 17
  1. Spies Are Watching Me (7:15)
  2. Le Disco Des Capitales (6:45)
Review: Sounds like it came out of Lagos in 1971, actually written and recorded in Lyon in 2015: Voilaaa is the brainchild of Bruno Hovart whose long relationship with Favorite goes way back to his days as Patchworks, Mr President and The Dynamics. Recording on a whole host of vintage machines and calling upon local African singers both cuts have a real authentic sense of realness; "Spies Are Watching Me" drives with big horns and swooning strings which isn't dissimilar to the work of The Movers, while the TY Boys-esque "Le Disco Des Capitales" is a heavier, more concentrated slab of floor-minded disco where the groove takes more of a forefront role. Apparently there's a whole album of this cooking... We can't wait to hear it.
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Cat: ZS 93724. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Life On Mars
  2. The Sweetest Pain
Played by: I Love Disco!, Doo
 in stock $12.42
Cat: 4ZP 80768. Rel: 11 Dec 99
  1. Life On Mars (5:50)
  2. The Sweetest Pain (5:43)
Played by: Cedric Woo, Osmose
 in stock $10.49
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