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Singles
Cat: S 20066R. Rel: 09 Nov 18
  1. Land Of Death (3:20)
  2. Future Jungle (6:06)
  3. Magic Voyage (3:56)
  4. Space Man (4:07)
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Conversation (limited hand-stamped double 12")
Cat: FG 7003/7004. Rel: 23 Jun 15
  1. Conversation (6:59)
  2. Conversation (instrumental) (7:51)
  3. What Can You Do For Me (5:31)
  4. What Can You Do For Me (instrumental) (5:44)
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  1. Go For Yourself (parts 1 & 2)
  2. One More Day
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Bumps In The Road (hand-numbered 7" limited to 250 copies)
Cat: FNR 064. Rel: 10 Nov 16
  1. Bumps In The Road (2:59)
  2. Bumps In The Road (instrumental) (3:48)
Review: The US' Funk Night Records is pushing some serious heat as of late, especially given the fact that it's managing to find some real horsepower amid the contemporary generation of funk and soul - a rarity to be appreciated and recognised, these days. Bishop Smith is joined by The Sensational Disciples band to deliver "Bumps In The Road", a gloriously soulful song that gives new meaning to the term 'raw'; this might well be the most seductive piece of music we have heard this year and, if that sounds like an exaggeration, then you might just have to check it out for yourself. The instrumental, is naturally as wonderful, but the vocals on the A-side have the power to remain imprinted in your mind for days and days. This is very warmly recommended.
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Cat: EDR 016. Rel: 30 Oct 12
  1. Dangerous (2012 Univers jazz mix)
  2. Do You Remember? (Taggy Matchers jazzy mix)
Review: He's jazzed all over Bob. He's filled Grandmaster Flash with jazz too. Shucks, he's done Jacko several times over. But Ed's back and he's jazzing all over the place. This time they focus on the later stages of Jackson's career: "Dangerous" rolls with sneaking minor key twinkles and smoky spoken word before the melody softens to allow a little Michael in the mix. "Do You Remember" is more a jazz boogie joint with funky piano rolls on the fills and much more engaging groove.
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Cat: JAL 258V. Rel: 30 Nov 17
  1. Sweet Memories (radio edit) (3:50)
  2. STAY (feat Eric Boss) (3:56)
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  1. Kenny Smith - "Lord What's Happened To Your People" (2:51)
  2. Kenny Smith & The Loveliters - "Go For Your Self" (full) (4:49)
Review: Soul Street maestro's breakthrough release from 1971 gets a much needed spotlight from Counterpart... "Lord What's Happening To Your People" is gospel re-imagined as raw funk as Kenny calls out humanity's problems with the help of a full backing chorus and some very slick, dramatic orchestration. "Go For Yourself" takes us further back into Kenny's career to 1966. Leaner than the A-side but comes with the same elements -tight bandmanship, emphatic backing vocals, instant feel-good dynamics - and is also loaded with some exceptionally clean drum breaks. Go fun yourselves.
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Cat: JAL 277V. Rel: 21 Jun 18
  1. I Feel Alive (3:14)
  2. Mr Hyde (4:44)
Review: Anticipation for the northern duo's fifth album Mount Pleasant continues to rise as the Jalapeno funksters drop another cheeky doublet ahead of the release. Two sides, two very distinct vibes: "I Feel Alive" tips a wee nod at their label mates Kraak & Smaak with its fluttering space disco elements and hip-strutting beats while "Mr Hyde" takes us up a notch with a sweaty northern soul twist. Bring on the album.
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Cat: JAL 224V. Rel: 06 Oct 16
  1. You Could've Been A Lady (4:34)
  2. Glue Bag Flags (3:36)
Review: Jalapeno's northern funkers Smoove & Turrell gear up for their fourth studio album Crowd Posada with two superlative songs that at once demonstrate their range and innate soul ability. "Could Have Been A Lady" has a deep bluesy rock twang to its groove with just a toe or two in the pub while the curiously titled "Glue Bag Flags" takes us on a much sleazier trip with samples, a slinky bassline, a perfectly executed vocal Q&A and a zero-to-sixty tempo switch when you least expect it. Bring on the album.
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Cat: FVR 138. Rel: 17 Jan 18
  1. Le Premier Disco Sans Toi (7:20)
  2. Le Premier Disco Sans Toi (dub version) (4:45)
  3. Moonbeach Disco (dub version) (5:40)
Review: The Le Premier Disco Sans Toi EP by Andre Solomko unveils two new compositions with disco flavours. Solomko is backed again by a team of great musicians and vocalists, such as Mr Day and Lili Wagner on the title track, or Charlotta Kerbs on "Moonbeach Disco". And even if it is not the first by him, this disco journey fits perfectly with his jazz-funk style - plus a sense of melody. The EP really shows another facet of his many talents. Born in Ukraine in 1965, Andre Solomko is said to be 'a rich and engaging personality', but above all: a brilliant saxophonist, composer and engineer. After beginning a meteoric career in USSR, fate led him to Finland, where he started the label Vinyl Jam. This new single also results from a long and solid partnership, led by a shared and deep passion for analogue music and vintage grooves. His contagious passion cannot leave anyone indifferent. Moreover, a new album is also planned for 2018.
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  1. Super Breaker (feat Margarita Thompson)
  2. Super Breaker (instrumental)
Review: Another essential history lesson here from the Peoples Potential Unlimited camp. "Super Breaker" is an early production by Miami bass legend James McCauley, better known as Maggotron,DJX or Basstech. It was originally released by the super obscure Bound Sound label in 1984, but was quickly forgotten. As one of McCauley's earliest works, it arguably marks the point where electro began to morph into Miami bass. There are vocal and instrumental versions on this must have 7", both featuring a mix of long synth chords, oh-so thick synth bass and a healthy dose of vintage drum machine breaks.
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Cat: JAL 292V. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. Ya Lookin' Tight (4:01)
  2. Soopasoul Theme (3:47)
Review: Long-serving funk breaks hero Danny "Soopasoul" Bennett has been showing off his scalpel skills of late, turning his back on original productions in favour of DJ-friendly revisions of classic funk and soul cuts. Here he bucks the trend, serving up freshly tweaked revisions of two of his most potent original cuts of old. A-side "Ya Lookin' Tight" has long been a staple of his DJ sets and never fails to get the floor moving, with crowds instinctively responding to the cut's killer blend of heavy horns, James Brown style vocals and even heavier funk grooves. On the flip Bennett cuts down and tidies up his original calling card: the riotous fusion of punchy horns, dueling instrument solos and low-slung funk breaks that is "Soopsoul Theme".
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Cat: WAH 7061. Rel: 17 May 18
  1. Sleepwalking (Black Man's Cry) (feat Dele Sosimi) (3:33)
  2. Natutal Mystic (3:59)
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BGP
Cat: BGPS 034. Rel: 02 Mar 11
  1. Burning Spear
  2. Do Whatever You Want To Do
Review: Originally written by Richard Evans, instrumental track ''Burning Spear'' was subsequently covered by S.O.U.L, turning up as a standout on their debut album What Is It? in 1971; with its funky flute and heady bass it is nothing less than a bonefide golden classic. On the B-Side we're treated to the breakbeat heavy, vocal led "Do Whatever You Want To Do" from S.O.U.L's second long player Can You Feel It ?
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BGP
Cat: BGPS 023. Rel: 31 Jul 04
  1. Bending Soul
  2. Funky Night Club
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Cat: TR 257. Rel: 02 Aug 18
  1. Put It On Him (2:52)
  2. Go On & Have Your Fun (2:49)
Review: George Brown (Vocals, Bass) Johnny Prejean (Drums), Charles Conrad Greenway (Vocals, Keyboards) Cliff Faldowski (Guitar) and Henry Boatright (Sax) made for quite the ensemble under their Soul Brothers Inc moniker, a project that ran from the late 60s through to the mid 70s and one which defined the Texas soul sound thanks to countless releases through the infamous S.B.I. Records. "Put It On Him" and "Go On & Have Your Fun" featured on one of the 7" singles that the band put out in 1971, and they still sound as fresh and as funky today as they did back then. Most importantly, both tunes have a very definite 'Texan' sound running through them, nodding to a country living that could not be matched by artists from Detroit or Philadelphia. It's their city, their vibe, their sound - and it sounds damn fine.
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Cat: OSV 172. Rel: 17 Apr 18
  1. Soul Brothers Six - "I'll Be Loving You" (2:18)
  2. Willie Tee - "Walkin' Up A One Way Street" (2:44)
Review: Outta Sight's latest monthly rare soul missive contains hard-to-find and overlooked classics from "hard-hitting" New Jersey vocal group Soul Brothers Six and New Orleans Rhythm and Blues man Willie Tee. It's the former's wonderfully sweet and loose "I'll Be Loving You" (first released in 1966, fact fans) that takes pride of place on the A-side, serving up a lightly sauteed soul take on the rhythm and blues template. Willie Tee's 1967 jam "Walking Up A One Way Street", a summery affair blessed with a superb horn section, leisurely groove and brilliant lead vocal from the man himself, can be found on the B-side.
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Cat: BC 031. Rel: 15 Jul 16
  1. Tryin To Get Down (2:17)
  2. Ain't No Sunshine (2:51)
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Lawless (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: LC 002. Rel: 09 Mar 18
  1. Lawless (4:37)
  2. Craving (5:11)
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Pacified (7")
Cat: CLMN 135. Rel: 15 Jun 16
  1. Pacified (3:20)
  2. Look How Far We've Come (2:54)
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Drum Song (7")
Gee
Cat: BB 73. Rel: 05 Jul 16
  1. Drum Song (4:19)
  2. Drum Song (version) (4:07)
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Soul Surf (7")
Cat: FNR 024. Rel: 24 Apr 12
  1. Soul Surf
  2. Tornado
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My Crew (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: FNR 075. Rel: 19 Dec 17
  1. My Crew (3:36)
  2. Smell Of Detroit (3:47)
Review: One of Frank Raines' most repeated offenders on Funk Night Records, Russian troupe The Soul Surfers return with two more on-point contemporary funk jams. "My Crew" is a lullaby level ode to mates with a hip-hop-inspired backbeat and gilded harmonies from the crew themselves. "Smell Of Detroit" takes us way out west with an almost cosmic, heavy-washed feel and an old America feel that goes back further than the steel city's most enduring legacy. On-point.
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  1. You Can Run (But You Can't Hide) From My Love (part 1) (3:34)
  2. You Can Run (But You Can't Hide) From My Love (part 2) (2:07)
Review: Russian funk crew The Soul Surfers return to Ubiquity with the first single from their forthcoming debut album. Hooking up with Stones Throw vocalist Myron & E, the band provide a rigid Rhodes-based groove that builds momentum along with the horns but is spacious enough for Myron to do his business. Flip for the second side of the tale as the keys are elements are switched out in sequence, giving a cross-section view of how The Soul Surfers construct their compositions. We can't wait for the album.
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Cat: SOLID 35. Rel: 13 Nov 17
  1. The Big Throwdown (Muro vocal edit version) (4:36)
  2. The Big Throwdown (Muro instrumental edit version) (4:32)
Review: Japanese digger doyen Muro returns to one of the most important OG rap records of all time; South Bronx's ultra-funky, politically-sharpened block party jam "The Big Throwdown". The edit titles say it all; Muro's vocal edit really flexes Mike Serrette's vocals right down to the iconic gutsy 'huh!' chant and the big backing vocal rhythm while his instrumental version lets that groove run loose as the plucked bass walks cut through with charm and the keys spiral out of control in the best way possible. An stone cold classic.
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  1. South Side - "I Feel A Groove Comin' On" (3:07)
  2. Combo Kings - "Groovey" (2:22)
Review: Record Shack smash it once again as they deliver two obscure slabs of authentic soul. Both groove-based jams, South Side's northern soul-style "I Feel A Groove Comin' On" grabs you by the short and curlies with its high energy hook, firing keys, hot horns and soaring vocals while the Combo Kings apply a little more popcorn magic with lavish keys, big blues feels and a wry melodic nod at a certain fabulous quartet.
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We Gave Up Too Soon (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SSMH 168. Rel: 16 Apr 18
  1. We Gave Up Too Soon (feat James Junior) (3:10)
  2. Look No Further (feat Vanessa Jamie) (3:26)
Review: Long-standing UK funk troupe Speedometer return with two brand new sides. Teaming up with James Junior once again (last spotted working together on their last album No Turning Back) Junior's rich soul vocals warp around the band's laidback, hazy but firm groove with ease and class. Flip for the sublimely hooky jam "Look No Further". Fronted by hot new vocal talent Vanessa Jamie, she stalks the band's staccato groove and wry eastern horn fills with control and overwhelming presence. Let's hope this leads to an album...
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Cat: FSR 7072. Rel: 16 Feb 12
  1. The Shakedown (Say Yeah)
  2. Dragging Me Down
Review: After releases on a dozen labels, one of Britain's finest funk groups Speedometer unleash their new single "The Shakedown(Say Yeah)" on Freestyle. Their current vocalist is none other than the legendary Martha High, a long time vocalist with James Brown until 1995 when she left to tour globally with James's sax player Maceo Parker. Does it hit all the right spots? Does it tick all the boxes? Hell yeah! Martha is firing on all four cylinders, ably assisted by UK soul man Myles Sanko whilst a killer guitar licked, punchy brass groove carries things on at a furious pace. "Dragging Me Down" on the flip sports a crystal clear performance from Martha as the band cook the bubbling organ tempo on gas mark 10; oven gloves at the ready people.
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Cat: AS 658P. Rel: 04 Jul 18
  1. Take Me To Your Disco (5:56)
  2. Special Lady (4:37)
Review: Splendor were a very short lived outfit - '70s funk/soul group including Billy Nunn, Robert "Bobby" Nunn, Sascha Meeks and Richard Shaw. "Take Me To Your Disco" and "Special Lady" were released in 1979 as the first single from the group's eponymous and only LP. It represents a heyday of disco - a zeitgeist where big budgets made for some amazing and seminal productions. With the likes of Philip Bailey (of Earth, Wind and Fire fame) and the legendary Tommy Vicari on production duties - you can really hear the magic on these ones.
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Cat: JAKARTA 092. Rel: 26 Nov 15
  1. Ain't Cool (4:47)
  2. Dog In Man (6:56)
  3. Ship Is Going Down (3:45)
  4. The Proud (3:27)
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Power To The People (limited 7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: NA 70287. Rel: 27 Nov 14
  1. Stars Of Liberty - "Power To The People"
  2. Eye Q - "I'm Not Selfish"
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Slugfest (limited 7")
Cat: SG 033. Rel: 13 Apr 16
  1. Slugfest (4:19)
  2. Yellow & Green (4:05)
Review: Fans of Osaka funk fusionists Stepak Takraw are spoilt this week with a deluge of musical goodness by the band arriving courtesy of Soul Garden. After spending an hour or so assessing the respective charms of these records from the crew, it's this Slugfest 7" that stands out in particular. Up top the title track pulls no punches, a slick lick of funk guitar riffage acting as the lead for the band to follow and lay down a taut, fast paced funk composition that leans on their well-honed talent for throwing cumbia elements into the mixer. "Yellow & Green" is there for those who prefer their funk to sound a bit more traditional.
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Gazelle (limited 7")
Cat: SG 034. Rel: 13 Apr 16
  1. Gazelle (4:21)
  2. The Mission (4:18)
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Standing On The Top (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: 100T 86. Rel: 17 Aug 18
  1. Standing On The Top (6:46)
  2. Standing On The Top (instrumental) (6:48)
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Simplify The Situation (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: 100T 71. Rel: 11 Aug 17
  1. Simplify The Situation (Leo Zero Wake Up The Feeling mix) (9:23)
  2. Simplify The Situation (album version) (6:08)
  3. Simplify The Situation (Leo Zero extended club mix) (8:15)
  4. Simplify The Situation (Leo Zero dub) (7:04)
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Cat: EXPAND 116. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. Give Me Your Love (6:19)
  2. You Can't Turn Me Away (5:29)
Review: Expansion's latest must-have release brings together two killer cuts from Sylvia Striplin's brilliant 1981 album "Give Me You Love", which originally appeared on Roy Ayers' Uno Melodic label. Ayers produced and arranged both cuts alongside regular collaborator James Bedford. "Give Me Your Love" is, of course, something of an anthem in underground disco circles, with Striplin's breathy and emotionally rich vocal rounding off a superb cut that's rich in crunchy Clavinet lines, walking bass, snappy drums, sensual synth doodles and rising horns. Flipside "You Can't Turn Me Away", meanwhile, is closer in sound and vibe to Roy Ayers' jazz-funk cuts from the period, which is no bad thing.
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Cat: EX 7020. Rel: 08 Feb 17
  1. Give Me Your Love (4:36)
  2. You Can't Turn Me Away (4:32)
Review: "Give Me Your Love" was produced by Roy Ayers and James "Jaymz" Bedford in 1981, this digger's delight was the one and only single by American singer Sylvia Striplin. It is an irresistible serving of soulful disco that really captures the spirit of the times. The track has been sampled on numerous occasions, but most famously on the classic track by Junior M.A.F.I.A. (Notorious B.I.G. production) on their song "Get Money" in 1995 and also by Armand Van Helden on "Full Moon" in 2000. On the flip is the sexy and lo-slung "You Can't Turn Me Away" featuring some sexy funk guitar licks and bass beneath Striplin's powerfully seductive vocals.
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Cat: BC 04845. Rel: 23 Oct 17
  1. Put Me In Jail (2:52)
  2. Open Up Your Love Door (2:40)
Review: Taken from Big Crown's recent homage compendium Mr Brown Eyed Soul, "Put Me In Jail" and "Open Up Your Love Door" are two quintessential examples of Sunny Ozuna's powerful Latin soul allure and ability to stop your heart at 20 paces. The former is a real swooner with crisp plucked bluesy guitars and full band harmonies while the latter takes more of a ballad tact with sincerity dripping off every word Sunny confides. Backed with sublime Sunliner harmonies once more, this is an exceptional taster from the Big Crown's detail-rich collection.
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Purple Walls (limited purple vinyl 12")
Cat: AIRMILES 006. Rel: 17 Feb 17
  1. Purple Walls (3:03)
  2. Sympathy (with Daley) (3:51)
  3. Saturn's Return (with Cheetah Bae) (1:12)
  4. New Life (with Terri Walker) (3:34)
Played by: Simon Harrison
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  1. If You Want My Love
  2. You That I Need (3:24)
Review: Sporty Cat Dwight Sykes lets loose with a brand new original and super spacy track from last year's album Songs Volume One for the ever excellent Peoples Potential Unlimited!! "If You Want My Love" is straight out of the '80s playbook thanks to its gossamer synths and on-point female rap (that's delivered by his daughter Valerie Sykes). Flip for the filmic synth boogie introspection of "You That I Need". Another must grip 7" from the PPU crew.
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Hiding In The Shadows (hand-numbered 12" limited to 125 copies)
Cat: NYC 003. Rel: 29 Dec 17
  1. Synthman - "Synths In The Jungle" (3:44)
  2. Synthman - "Nord Lead 2x" (3:55)
  3. Windy City - "The Windy City" (4:51)
  4. Kozmik Funk - "Hiding In The Shadows" (3:42)
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Cat: BRZ 45038. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. Taiguara - "Aquarela De Um Pais Na Lua" (3:30)
  2. Marisa Rossi - "Deixa Eu Te Amar" (2:47)
Review: Mr Bongo's Brazil 45s series continues its consistently rich vein of form with two more beautifully contrasting - and previously difficult to track down - Brazilian soul jazz fusions from the 70s. Side A is inhabited by one of the era's most interesting individuals. Infamously censored and eventually exiled, Taiguara's chaotic flute, guitar and piano arrangement is a tight weave of melodies, counter melodies and start dynamics. Flip for the classically soul-oriented "Deixa Eu Te Amar" will bright horns, brash drums and a bold vocal from Marisa Rossi. Pow.
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