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I'll Still Love You
Cat: AHS 40. Rel: 08 Feb 21
  1. I'll Still Love You (unreleased version) (4:29)
  2. I'll Still Love You (Ryuhei The Man 33rpm edit) (3:10)
Played by: Dynamite Cuts
 in stock $20.50
Galaxy Highway
Cat: AHS 44. Rel: 08 Feb 21
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Galaxy Highway (Ryuhei The Man 45 re-edit) (4:21)
  2. Rhymes (Ryuhei The Man 45 re-edit) (4:31)
Review: There is a whole bunch of lovely disco music from the Far Eastern label At Home Sound landing on wax this month. Chief amongst the goodies is this 7" featuring another excellent brace of remixes from Ryuhei The Man. He turns his hand to two tunes from Yusuke Hirado, a piano player since youth and someone with only a small discography. These tunes are taken from his Tower of Touch album and are perfect jazz-funk fusions for the smoothies out there. Noodling Rhodes keys, neat bass funk and conversational freestyles all take you to the stars on both cuts.
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 in stock $19.38
Nayutah (LP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: AHS 43. Rel: 08 Feb 21
  1. Keep It Up (3:48)
  2. Girl (4:27)
  3. Track 3 (4:06)
  4. Track 4 (4:38)
  5. Track 5
  6. Track 6 (5:17)
  7. Stand Up (5:15)
  8. Track 8 (5:11)
  9. Track 9 (6:49)
Review: Japanese soul and pop singer Nayutah has worked again here with writer Shuya Okino and music composer DJ Kawasaki for her latest gem of a record. This full length is her first after a trio of well received singles dating back to 2019. Her is a lush, emotional sound with plenty of sparkling instrumentals, soaring vocal hooks and fun time grooves that sits somewhere between the smooth '80s soul of Sade, and the more organic, loose-limbed sound of turn-of-the '80s jazz-funk. 'Track 3' is particularly lush with its angelic vocals and nice soft jazz licks.
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Cat: AHS 33. Rel: 07 Dec 20
  1. Kimiomitsukete (Ryuhei The Man edit) (4:21)
  2. Kimiomitsukete (Exclusive R&B version) (4:09)
Review: On her previous seven-inch singles, Japanese singer Nayutah has delivered material that sits somewhere between the smooth '80s soul of Sade, and the more organic, loose-limbed sound of turn-of-the '80s jazz-funk. On Ryuhei The Man's vocal edit of 'Kimiomitsukete', she explores the latter sound more than the former, with sweet, soulful choruses, stirring synth-strings and fluid jazz piano solos rising above a warming, pleasingly live-sounding groove. Turn to the flip for the 'Exclusive R&B Version', a rework that places the same gorgeous instrumentation and vocals around amore head-nodding, turn-of-the-90s R&B beat.
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Played by: Soul Music
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Escape (7")
Cat: AHS 41. Rel: 08 Feb 21
  1. Escape (Ryuhei The Man Elegant Disco re-edit) (4:18)
  2. Escape (The Sound Of The Man re-edit) (5:08)
Review: Q.A.S.B."is a funk and soul group that formed in Tokyo in 2005 and is influenced by James Brown, Kool & The Gang, and Sly & The Family Stone. They have put out four albums before now and they can do nice smooth groovers as well as more mellow and laid back tunes for home listening. 'Escape' and 'Gotta Believe' is their latest single release from late last year now finally making its way to wax. The a-side has dazzling synths next to more organic and dusty rhythm work with funky licks leading the way and the flip is similar with its cosmic rays and nice loose limbed beats. Both have been subtly reworked here.
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Never Did I Stop Loving You
  1. Never Did I Stop Loving You (The Man 2020 Re edit) (3:19)
  2. Never Did I Stop Dubbing You (The Man 2020 Re edit) (3:19)
 in stock $19.93
The Good Feeling
Cat: AHS 10. Rel: 20 Dec 19
  1. The Good Feeling (Ryuhei The Man 45 edit) (3:55)
  2. Always (45 version) (4:29)
Review: Japan's At Home Sound have come correct again here with another golden nugget of modern soul. It comes from Root Soul with a guest spot from Erik Rico and immediately gets you on your toes. The noodling bass intertwines with big horn sections and tight as you like drums. The smooth flowing vocals will carry all your cares away in fine style. The flip side offers a 45 version of "Always" that is more slow going, horizontal and sensual thanks to the way the guitars slide and sax lines linger. Lovely stuff.
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Cat: AHS 36. Rel: 07 Dec 20
  1. Okuribushi (Ryuhei The Man vocal re-edit) (3:30)
  2. Okuribushi (Ryuhei The Man instrumental re-edit) (2:28)
Review: Experienced Japanese singer Anna Soto and jazz-funk multi-instrumentalist Toshiyuki Sasaki have offered up a number of collaborative singles of late, each of which has been given the re-edit treatment by one-man production line Ryuhei The Man. As with the other recent Sato/Sasaki releases he's tweaked, Ryuhei offers up two edits of 'Okuribushi', a bustling affair that combines traditional Japanese vocals and instrumentation (and specifically the sound of the shansin, a three-stringed instrument from Osaka) with driving drums that sit somewhere between celebratory disco and the jazz stylings of Max Roach. The superior version - for us, at least - is the full vocal A-side edit, though some may prefer Ryuhei's instrumental take.
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Cat: AHS 035. Rel: 07 Dec 20
  1. Hounenbushi (Ryuhei The Man vocal Re edit) (3:30)
  2. Hounenbushi (Ryuhei The Man instrumental Re edit) (2:24)
Review: You wait for one collaboration between singer Anna Sato and multi-instrumentalist Toshiyki Sasaki, and four come along at once. As he did with the pair's three previous collaborative 45s, all of which were released simultaneously this week, experienced re-editor Ryuhei The Man is the, erm, man applying the magic dancefloor touch. On side A, he delivers a vocal edit of 'Hounenbushi', an inventive fusion of traditional-sounding singing, sanshin sounds and loose-limbed but laidback jazz-funk drumming courtesy of Sasaki. The quality of the latter's drumming and Sato's sanshin playing comes through loud and clear on the flipside instrumental edit.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
 in stock $21.32
Itokori (7")
Cat: AHS 37. Rel: 07 Dec 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Itokori (Ryuhei The Man vocal re-edit) (3:23)
  2. Itokori (Ryuhei The Man instrumental re-edit) (3:19)
Review: Prolific scalpel fiend Ryuhei The Man is capable of crafting quality re-edits of almost any style of music. His current obsession seems to be the collaborative work of Japanese pop singer Anna Sato and funk-fusion scene mainstay Toshiyuki Sasaki. The latest track from the pair to be given the Ryuhei treatment is 'Itokori', a vibrant and bustling affair that pits Sato's expressive vocals and heavenly instrumentation (she plays two traditional Japanese string instruments, the sanshin and shamisen) against Sasaki's high-octane, funk-fuelled jazz breaks. Ryuhei delivers two versions: a full vocal edit on side A, and a stripped-back but no less ear-catching flipside instrumental workout.
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Sunrise Dance
Cat: AHS 32. Rel: 19 Oct 20
  1. Sunrise Dance (3:39)
  2. Plute Funk (2:05)
Review: Since guitarist Tomayasu Takeuchi's first album as Tomoyastone, Breaks & Torus, wasn't pressed to wax, Japanese imprint At Home Sound has decided to offer-up a string of seven-inch singles showcasing the set's most potent tracks. The latest opens with 'Sunrise Dance', a gnarled and low-slung affair with Takeuchi's glistening, sun-bright guitar parts and kaleidoscopic musical textures provide a counter-balance to a heavyweight funk groove that was seemingly inspired by a mixture of Barbarra's 'Shack Up' and Herman Kelly & Life's 'Dance To The Drummer's Beat'. Takeuchi opts for a jazzier feel to his fluid guitar solos on flipside number 'Plute Funk', a more laidback but no less club-ready affair that's little less than audible sunshine.
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