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New Dimensions (remastered) (Record Store Day RSD 2023)
Cat: SSLP 003P. Rel: 09 May 23
 
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
Heat (3:05)
Sunbeam (4:18)
Spirit (4:13)
Sonic Image (4:18)
Majestic (4:05)
Generations (3:14)
Realities (3:35)
New Dimensions (7:07)
 in stock $24.87
Funky Nassau (Record Store Day RSD 2023)
Cat: SS 7006P. Rel: 09 May 23
 
Funk
Funky Nassau (3:21)
Shaft (3:21)
Review: The Selector Series has pulled out a big one for this year's Record Store Day celebrations. Both of these tunes are imagined classics reimagined that have a fresh West Coast jazz-funk feel and arrive on 45rpm together for the first time. The A-side has a rocky feel and is a version of The Beginning Of The End's 'Funky Nassau', while over on the other side Isaac Hayes' 'Shaft' gets a new psychedelic twist. This pari of covers by The Chuck Boris Trio are as brillaint as they are obscure and will cost you well over three figures if you can find an original. Both are remastered for this 7".
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 in stock $16.41
FORTHCOMING
Party In Me
Cat: SS 12001P. Rel: 05 Jul 24
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Party In Me
Take My Love
Review: Selector Series is back with another gem, bringing us a slice of early 80s Detroit boogie with Gene Dunlap’s classic tracks. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Gene Dunlap’s musical journey began at the tender age of four, thanks to his father's drumming lessons. His talent flourished at Mumford High School and later with jazz legend Roy Ayers. In 1981, Dunlap released two remarkable solo albums, It's Just The Way I Feel and Party In Me. The title track "Party In Me," backed with "Take My Love," was originally issued as a limited 12” promo, making it a rare treasure among collectors, often fetching over £100 on the second-hand market. Now, for the first time in 43 years, this boogie masterpiece has been remastered from the original tapes and is available for fans to enjoy. This reissue offers an opportunity to experience the vibrant rhythms and impeccable drumming of Gene Dunlap as well as Detroit's boogie scene. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of music history, exquisitely revived and ready to reignite dance floors.
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Tags: Disco Funk
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est. release 05 Jul 24 $15.61
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You Gotta Let Go
Cat: SS 7005P. Rel: 25 Oct 22
 
Soul
You Gotta Let Go (3:30)
Don't Let The Grass Grow (3:00)
Review: There's a reason that original copies of Marcia Hines' 1976 single 'You Gotta Let Go' change hands for genuinely eye-watering sums online: it's genuinely brilliant. One of the 'Holy grails' of Australian soul and funk, the track was originally released on a tiny Sydney-based label and, bar plays from a few local DJs, largely sank without trace. Happily Selector Series has delivered this much-needed reissue. As with the original 45, it pairs the astonishingly good 'You Gotta Let Go' - a classic chunk of soaring, orchestra-sporting sing-along dancefloor soul from the era when disco had yet to be defined - with the sweet and cheery 'Don't Let The Grass Grow', which sounds like a long-lost Jacksons record featuring a very young Michael Jackson.
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 in stock $11.38
Bold Soul Sister (Record Store Day RSD 2021)
Cat: SS 7004P. Rel: 29 Jun 21
 
Funk
Bold Soul Sister (2:39)
Somebody (Somewhere) Needs You (2:36)
Review: The legendary Ike and Tina Turner were at the peak of their collective powers back in the late 60s. For this Record Store Day, two of their most sought after classics make it on to a special 7". First up is an ice-cold early funk jam 'Bold Soul Sister' that has big funk guitar riffs from Albert Collins. It landed initially on the Blue Thumb label in 1969 and has since been pillaged by hip hop producers for all its golden samples. Reverse this one and you'll find 'Somebody (Somewhere) Needs You' which was a classic North Soul tune and has since become hugely sought after. It was written by Frank Wilson and an original will cost you over L150 so don't sleep on this one.
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 in stock $12.17
We've Only Just Begun (40th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day RSD 2021)
We've Only Just Begun (3:15)
I'll Do Anything For You (2:54)
Review: This hugely in demand modern soul masterpiece gets a special 40th anniversary reissue thanks to the Selector Series label. Originally released on New Jersey's Debbie Records in 1981, the label has dug into the archives to find a boogie-tactic reworking on a classic standard from The Carpenters. Often seen listed for over L400 on second hand markets, it is a serious collector's piece. It's been reissued as part of various albums over the years but never on a slick 45rpm like this. It comes with original artwork and will have any dance floors in a spin.
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Tags: Soul Disco
 in stock $12.17
Les Fleur (Record Store Day 2020)
Les Fleur (Record Store Day 2020) (limited coloured vinyl 7")
Cat: SS 7001P. Rel: 23 Dec 20
 
Soul
Les Fleur
Oh By The Way (3:00)
 in stock $14.29
FORTHCOMING
What Am I Gonna Do
Cat: SSLP 003P. Rel: 28 Jun 24
 
Soul
What Am I Gonna Do
It's Better To Have No Love
I Think Of You
Love Me, Love Me, Love Me Or Leave Me, Leave Me, Leave Me
I Just Couldn't Take A Goodbye
That's What You Say (Everytime You're Near Me)
(A Case Of) Too Much Lovemakin'
Help Me Get Off This Merry-Go Round
Review: Gloria Scott's What Am I Gonna Do is hailed as one of the greatest soul records, a masterpiece produced by Barry White that exudes class and emotion. Released in 1974, it stuns listeners with its lush instrumentation and Scott's remarkable vocal talent. The album's tracks, from the standout opener 'What Am I Gonna Do' to the beloved 'Too Much Love Makin',' are considered classics, each resonating with soulful depth. While initially overlooked commercially, the album's re-issue shows its enduring brilliance. Remastered to perfection, it offers new dimensions to the listening experience. Scott's vocals are elevated by White's masterful arrangements, particularly evident in soulful ballads like 'It's Better To Have No Love' and 'Love Me Love Me Love Me or Leave Me Leave Me Leave Me.' Highlighted by the sweeping strings and propulsive rhythm of 'What Am I Gonna Do,' the album is a must-have for fans of smooth r&b and Barry White's talents.
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est. release 28 Jun 24 $24.87
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Giving You Love (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Cat: SS 7007P. Rel: 07 May 24
 
Funk
Giving You Love (3:31)
Sassy Lady (3:49)
Review: This is one of the many exclusive Record Store Day 2024 releases and one of the many you will find yourself wanting to add to your collection. It is the reissue of Superior Elevation's soulful rarity, 'Giving You Love.' Originating from Lake Charles, Louisiana, this 1985 release embodies the band's deep connection to their hometown's soulful roots and in the realm of rare discoveries, they don't come much better. Original copies are exceedingly rare and that scarcity, coupled with the track's inherent soulful charm, cements this as an essential addition for anyone seeking killer dancefloor obscurities.
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 in stock $15.61
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