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Trip (7")
Cat: TR-114. Rel: 25 Oct 07
Funk
  1. Trip (instrumetnal)
  2. Trippin' (vocal)
out of stock $5.29
Cat: TR 104. Rel: 28 Sep 05
Funk
  1. There's A Wrinkle In Our Time
  2. Theme
out of stock $6.35
Cat: TR 168. Rel: 12 Jun 14
50s/60s
  1. That's The Way To Get Along
  2. You Don't Know
out of stock $6.62
  1. Philadelphia Mambo (5:05)
  2. Girl From Ipanema (5:04)
Review: The dusty-fingered diggers behind TRAMP Records have unearthed something rather special here: an unreleased, full-length recording of a live performance by hitherto unheralded combo Afro Blue Persuasion, an Afro-Cuban Jazz band fronted by Bay Area stalwart Ulysses Crockett. The full album, "Live at Haight Levels", will be released in 2019. As a taster, TRAMP has served up two tight edits of epic album tracks. "Philadelphia Mambo" is particularly potent, with breezy piano riffs and inspired saxophone solos rising above and distinctive mambo groove and tons of additional hand percussion. The flipside features their loose, solo-laden interpretation of bossanova classic "Girl From Ipanema". It's pretty darn good, though lacks the sheer ebullience of the more dancefloor-focused A-side.
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Played by: Voodoocuts
out of stock $10.33
Cuban Fantasy (7" + insert)
Cat: TR 265. Rel: 07 Mar 19
Jazz
  1. Cuban Fantasy (4:33)
  2. Poinciana (4:58)
Review: TRAMP Records continues to serve up tracks from "Live at Haight Levels", a rare 1960s recording of Bay Area stalwart Ulysses Crockett's little-known Afro-Cuban jazz band, Afro-Blue Persuasion. Both "Cuban Fantasy" and "Poinciana" have been edited to fit on a seven-inch, with the epic original versions naturally featuring in full-length form on the separately available two-part album. "Cuban Fantasy" is especially good, with wild flute solos and fluid piano motifs rising above a densely percussive Afro-Cuban groove. "Poinciana", meanwhile, is an altogether jauntier and breezier proposition rich in hot and heavy sax, Tito Puente style drums and more offbeat piano riffs.
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out of stock $10.07
Soul Chicken (limited hand-numbered 7")
Cat: XMAS 101. Rel: 28 Nov 13
Funk
  1. Soul Chicken
  2. Lonely Christmas Tears
out of stock $10.07
Cat: TR 192. Rel: 23 Jul 15
Funk
  1. The Gigilo (2:48)
  2. The Loneliest One (2:03)
out of stock $6.89
Cat: TR 206. Rel: 19 May 16
Soul
  1. Chances Are Your Dance Is Mine (3:09)
  2. Take Me Back (2:40)
out of stock $6.89
Cat: TR 1034. Rel: 05 Dec 13
Funk
  1. I Want To Know (feat Michael Roach - vocal)
  2. I Want To Know (instrumental)
Played by: Suonho, I Love 45's!
out of stock $7.15
Cat: TR 1003. Rel: 09 Jun 05
Funk
  1. Funky Sex Machine
  2. Funky Sex Machine (live)
out of stock $5.29
Top Going Down Bottom Going Up (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 221. Rel: 16 Feb 17
Funk
  1. Top Going Down Bottom Going Up (3:10)
  2. Jody & John (2:54)
Review: Now this is what you call a hot damn funk record right here. The legendary Nathan Bartell released this absolute scorcher "Top Going Up Going Down" back in 1975 and is what you could call a good and proper digger's delight. You can trust German powerhouse Tramp (run by Tobias Kirmayer) to bring the revival as always, as these guys specialize in rare soul and funk reissues. Second offering "Jody & John" undeniably takes it cues from the godfather himself James Brown and his orchestra but wow: this one absolutely explosive tribute if we do say so ourselves. Hailing from Ashburn, Georgia, Bartell started out with Eddie & the Cascades in the '60s. In 1991 Bartell was hospitalised with a lung ailment and while recovering became born again and vowed never again to sing R&B music. He instead formed a Gospel group called Nathan Bartell & Reality and still performs in Southern Georgia.
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out of stock $6.89
Cat: TR 110. Rel: 07 Jul 06
Funk
  1. Carlton BAsco - "Don't Chain My Soul"
  2. The Illusion - "It's Just An Illusion"
out of stock $6.89
Cat: JTR 5005. Rel: 17 Feb 11
Funk
  1. East Indian Traffic
  2. Ganges Delta
out of stock $10.55
out of stock $5.83
Cat: TR 264. Rel: 21 Mar 19
Soul
  1. Poor Souls (4:51)
  2. Marching Home (2:20)
Review: Better known as Johnny K, Ohio's Big John K was a vocal tour de force in the 50s/60s, playing with the likes of Ray Charles and recording a host of gems for indie labels that never had the funds to do his powerful dulcets justice. Gems like these. "Poor Souls" is a strike to the heart with a sword made of pure psychedelic blues. Gutsy, yearning and just the right side of cosmic, it's the reason why rare copies of this have gone for triple figures in the past. Flip for a more upbeat jam as Big John lays his stomp down with marching band energy. You'll be coming round the mountain in a jiffy the minute you hear this.
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out of stock $8.47
Cat: TRI 101. Rel: 08 Dec 04
Funk
  1. Nothin' But A Party (Part 1)
  2. Nothin' But A Party (Part 2)
Played by: Dr Rubberfunk, Suonho
out of stock $10.59
Cat: TR 1037. Rel: 06 Nov 14
 
Funk
  1. Come To This
  2. We Can Do Better
out of stock $5.56
Cat: TR 140. Rel: 16 Feb 12
Funk
  1. Take The Funky Feeling
  2. Black Water Gold
Review: This is the second 7" from Barbados group The Blue Rhythm Combo to be reissued in the past couple of weeks. The first was of course the voluptuous triple 45 wax job from UK label Jazzman, and now we see this tasty little 45 from Germany's finest funk label Tramp Records. This double A Sider has possibly the best tracks from the band in ''Take The Funky Feeling'' flipped by a version of Louis Villery's penned ultimate funk classic "Black Water Gold". For admirers of the tropical side of funk related gems this is nothing short of essential.
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out of stock $7.15
Cat: TR 111. Rel: 27 Jul 06
Funk
  1. Hey There Jim
  2. Sweet Love Power
Review: 2 superb '70s funk/vocal sides, from the same man who brought you the disco/funk classics "Dance Across The Floor" and "Spank". Suffice to say this is rare early material known to only a few and released by Tramp to the masses for the first time.
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out of stock $7.41
The African Slide (7" + insert)
Cat: TR 179. Rel: 05 Feb 15
 
Soul
  1. The African Slide
  2. Git It
out of stock $6.62
  1. Y'er Comes The Funky Man
  2. St James Infirmary
out of stock $7.15
Cat: TR-208/JTR 5019. Rel: 30 Jun 16
Jazz
  1. Roll Your Own (5:39)
  2. Pearl (Among The Swine) (6:03)
Review: In Tramp we trust! Germany's foremost funk archivalists are on a veritable roll right now and swiftly follow that double drop of Peach Chant compilations with this kicker 7" from the Bobby Hamilton Quintet. The quintet's rare 1972 LP, Dream Queen, is the focus here as Tramp exhume two prime jazz funk cuts for their debut appearance on their preferred 7" format. Ever a label to keep DJs on their toes, both cuts on this 45 actually play at 33rpm, a method employed by Tramp to ensure both 5 minute tracks sound as loud and crisp as possible! There's an altogether dreamy quality to the lead trumpet on "Roll Your Own" (has this been sampled?) whilst "Pearl (Among The Swine)" will please the jazz dancers no end.
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out of stock $7.68
Mood For Love (7" + insert)
Cat: BB 185. Rel: 16 Apr 15
Soul
  1. Mood For Love (feat BG) (2:32)
  2. Let Me Down Easy (feat BG) (3:05)
Review: Straight up steamy, sweaty shake-down soul that - until now - has been rare as hen's teeth. Spotted passing hands for upwards of L500 in the past, we have two storming sides for the price of one: "Mood For Love" is a stomp happy northern soul classic loaded with all the right ingredients; big harmonies, bigger horns and a beat that won't quit. "Let Me Down Easy" didn't achieve anthem status in the same way and has since been the driver for the original pressing's high price. Stick the needle on and you'll know why; powerful Rhodes, life-affirming horns and a gutsy vocal that burns from the inside in the best possible way.
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out of stock $7.41
Bubbles (7")
Cat: TR 1007. Rel: 22 Mar 07
Funk
  1. Bubbles (part 1)
  2. Bubbles (part 2)
Review: The Boogoos are a new combo which combines the heavy rhythm section of heroes like James Brown with the unbelievable power of the horn section of Fela Kuti. Their unique styles is an incredible melting pot of different kinds of music, with influences from the likes of Hugh Masekela, Art Ensemble Of Chicago and even some funkier bands. DJs will love "Bubbles", especially the b-side, which starts with a monster drum and percussion, just perfect for the dancefloor! If you dig Antibalas or the Timmion crew out of Finland, you will be pleased with this release on Tramp. The Boogoos includes members of the former Poets Of Rhythm, current members of The Hi-Fly Orchestra and The Express Brass Band, all of which have had several releases in the field of funk, Latin, Brazilian and traditional New Orleans jazz.
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out of stock $5.29
The Ride (7")
Cat: TR 211. Rel: 11 Aug 16
Funk
  1. The Ride (3:55)
  2. The Thief (3:02)
Review: Do not adjust your browser, it's Milton Bowser: one of Germany's few true funkateers from the late '70s foundation era. Armed with just a smidgeon of compere kitsch and big band showmanship "The Ride" is a punchy sing along slice of funk drama with very crisp delivery and story telling while "The Thief" takes us on much more of an Elton John style trip with galloping pianos, detailed phrases and a climax that seems to never end. Ja wohl.
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out of stock $6.89
Walk With A Groove (7" hand numbered)
Cat: TR 125LTD250. Rel: 24 Jun 10
Funk
  1. Walk With A Groove
  2. Everybody's Talkin
out of stock $7.41
Cat: TR-1012. Rel: 17 Jan 08
Funk
  1. Don't Go Away
  2. The Fresh One
Review: Tramp Records is keen on continuing its busy release schedule, never compromising quality, danceability, collectibility or personality in its sheer volume of releases.

2008 starts with 'Don't Go Away', the exciting debut of Lucky Brown & The Funk Revolution, a brand-new unit formed by producer, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist, Joel Ricci. Ricci and his far-reaching collective have been hard at work rocking shows and developing their signature 'west-sound' style for over seven years. Ricci hand-picked the cream of the players, bankrolled a wild, week-long road trip, then crammed the seven piece Funk Revolution into his tiny cabin in Northwest Washington, affectionately dubbed 'Chez Jojo.' The rhythm section in the living room, horn section in the kitchen, and Ricci in the middle doing his best to capture all the drippings of natural energy and soul on an old tape machine situated on a clean spot on the kitchen counter.

'Don't Go Away' features Ricci on lead vocals and the horn section as background singers. This cut has all you need: powerful vocals, a monstrous horn line reminiscent of the JB's 'The Grunt', and two fly flute/drum breaks for the beatdiggers.

'The Fresh One' is an instrumental track with a rude sound to it, The Funk Revolution lay down a killer groove and after Tommy D has his way with his spooky saxophone, Lucky manhandles the flute once again, then makes way for drummer Olli Klomp to take it on home. 'The Fresh One' is simply a monster b-side, 2 and a half minutes of wild and rough deep funk madness.

Although the number of bands that are playing so-called deep-funk steadily increases, few can match the chemistry, urgency and true funk grit as these brethren. Lucky Brown & The Funk Revolution get the job done by simply doing what they do, hungry to present themselves and their thing to the world. The pan-Atlantic partnership and friendship forged between Joel Ricci and Tobias Kirmayer has given birth to this incredible double-sider. A fitting debut for a real funk revolution and sure to be a sought after collector's item, the first in a parade of dance floor power singles.
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Played by: Lucky Brown
out of stock $5.29
Mesquite Suite (limited gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: TRLP 9074. Rel: 27 Sep 18
Funk
  1. Lone Heart (4:28)
  2. Mesquite Beat (4:28)
  3. Longhorn Waltzcha (5:35)
  4. Taterbug (4:05)
  5. Mother Corn Stalk (5:14)
  6. Justice (5:50)
  7. Saints & Beggars (3:30)
  8. Pauraque (5:10)
  9. Bless Your Soul (4:06)
  10. Glancing Meteors (3:26)
  11. Estrellas De La Tierra (4:14)
  12. For Once & For All (3:32)
 in stock $20.40
Cat: TR 1044. Rel: 14 Jun 18
Soul
  1. 'Bout To Blow (4:00)
  2. Saints & Beggars (3:30)
Review: Feeling lucky? With grooves as raw, sizzling and energetic as these, there's a strong chance you might be. Hot on the heels of their "Mesquite Beat" 45 comes this equally earthy and frank doublet. "'Bout To Blow" is a big pant swinging blues affair while "Saints & Beggars" takes us up a notch with a whirling 6/8 signature whirling waltz where the horns and drums take the lead and we follow in their every dreamy footstep. Look out for the album Mesquite Suite coming on Tramp very soon.
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out of stock $8.74
Cat: TR 195. Rel: 15 Oct 15
Funk
  1. Leave Me Alone (3:29)
  2. Since I Fell For You (3:51)
out of stock $8.74
  1. It's Got To Be Somethin'
  2. Gettin' Soul (part 1)
out of stock $6.62
Cat: TR 217. Rel: 01 Sep 16
Soul
  1. Mitchie Mitchie Mo-Jo (2:44)
  2. Under The Trees (3:04)
Review: Carmelita is a digger's dream, a name that'll make eyeballs turn in their sockets when come across in second-hand record bins. She is only known for her Northern soul classic "Rosebud", but it appears that she may have had a few EPs that went below the radar. Tramp Germany have done us the favour of reissuing - and largely resurfacing - "Mitchie Mitchie Mo-Jo", a latin-funk stomper backed by an incredible percussion roll and Carmelita's own rugged but beautifully deep voice. "Under The Trees" is dreamier, more magical, and contains something of the mystical in its circling flutes. A real find - don't miss it.
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out of stock $8.74
Cat: TR 248. Rel: 22 Feb 18
Soul
  1. Peter In Or Out (2:31)
  2. Let's Run Away From The World (3:15)
Review: Tramp Records has a good relationship with obscure Illinois soul man Wayne Carter. Back in 2013 they put out a compilation of his near impossible-to-find singles and here reissue arguably his most rare and sought-after 45 (for proof, check how much original private press copies change hands for online). With its meandering Hammond organ solos, heavyweight rhythm section, fuzzy horns and impassioned vocals, "Peter In Or Out" is a genuine deep funk bomb. On the flip you'll find the more laidback and groovy "Let's Run Away From The World", in which backing band the Organ Twisters provide a fitting backing for Carter's impassioned plea to a lover to "at last be free".
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 in stock $9.27
Bustin Up (7")
Cat: TR 212. Rel: 13 Oct 16
Funk
  1. Bustin Up (2:43)
  2. Chan The Man (2:39)
Review: Tramp Records is one of Germany's tiniest (in their own words!) but funkiest labels who release new bands, but also re-issue quality rare funk, soul and jazz too. This time around they present us with City News for some truly authentic porn-funk soul vibes that you would honestly be convinced were from the early seventies in the vein of Hot Chocolate or Ramp like on the tremendous A side "Bustin' Up". On the flip we've got "Chan The Man" a kung-fu fightin' hoe down aboard the soul train express.
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out of stock $6.89
Cat: 98769. Rel: 12 Jul 18
Blues
  1. I'm A Woman (3:01)
Review: One of the leading cuts from Tramps' Moments Vol 9 collection, Connie Kaye Trio's super rare "Woman" playfully riffs on Peggy Lee's "Fever" riff but comes with a completely subverted message and mood behind the lyrics and a powerful northern soul stomp. Strident, striking and full of drive, this special 45 release has been long overdue. Catch it while you can.
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 in stock $7.41
  1. The Price I Had To Pay (For Loving You) (2:46)
  2. You Gotta Give Up Some Money (1:54)
Review: Tramp dig deep into the San Diego soul vaults and strike gold with this fiscal funk fire 45" from Dede Copeland on Big Daddy Rucker's short-lived GME imprint. Straight up soul with a strong emphasis on feels and finances; "Price I Had To Pay" rolls with a bluesy tone, swooning chords and a powerful backing vocals while "You Gotta Give Up Some Money" plays the consummate riposte with an upbeat unashamed request for investment. Shake your money makers.
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Cat: JTR 5003. Rel: 08 Apr 10
Funk
  1. Big Shrimp
  2. Monday Child
out of stock $5.29
out of stock $7.41
Cat: TR 1027. Rel: 27 Oct 11
Funk
  1. Take Me Out Of The Dark
  2. The Joy
out of stock $7.41
Seven Up (7")
Cat: TR 1026. Rel: 13 Oct 11
Funk
  1. Seven Up
  2. Strutosphere
out of stock $6.89
Cat: TR 1029. Rel: 31 May 12
Funk
  1. Non Sports
  2. Kate
out of stock $5.29
out of stock $5.03
Illegal Move (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRLP 9045. Rel: 21 May 15
Funk
  1. Vigyazz, Kesz Ot (3:30)
  2. Illegal Move (3:58)
  3. Plan B (2:37)
  4. Beast Chase (3:50)
  5. Antilope (6:11)
  6. Mango Season (5:32)
  7. La Casa En Llamas (3:41)
  8. Once (4:05)
  9. Snake Bite (3:22)
  10. Tinigondok (2:33)
out of stock $13.77
Cat: TRCD 9045. Rel: 15 May 15
Funk
  1. Vigyazz, Kesz, Ot
  2. Illegal Move
  3. Plan B
  4. Beast Chase
  5. Antilope
  6. Mango Season
  7. La Casa En Llamas
  8. Once
  9. Snake Bite
  10. Tinigondok
  11. Broken (bonus track)
out of stock $11.13
Broken (7")
Cat: TR 1032. Rel: 30 Nov 12
Funk
  1. Broken
  2. Plan B
out of stock $6.09
Cat: TR 1040. Rel: 20 Oct 16
Funk
  1. I'm In Your Corner (feat Roy Hytower) (2:49)
  2. Tip Jar (feat Roy Hytower) (4:20)
Review: Singer, songwriter, actor, legend: Roy Hytower's Doktu Rhute Muuzic project pays homage to his roots (literally - his father was a herb doctor) his beliefs and his pure skills. A story teller with a strong, smoky bluesy twang and wide range over two sides he paints a big picture; "I'm In Your Corner" has a great Stax style sleazy funk with its tight looseness and brilliantly timed horn section. "Tip Jar", meanwhile, is a much slower jam that rolls with a lolloping groove and a destitute tale that sucks you in with the similar techniques employed by the one and only Mr Brown. Yeah it's that good.
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out of stock $5.56
Cat: TR 153. Rel: 30 May 13
Funk
  1. Tamahawk
  2. I Feel Good
Review: Unless you're really subverting it and doing something pretty far out, James Brown covers are largely best avoided. Duffy and Johnny's rendition is a refreshing exception; the orchestra carry serious weight (and keep it as tight as Brown as insist himself) and Johnny's delivery is emphatic enough to rise myriad groin thrusts. Watch out for the incredible organ solo, followed by a double kickdrum crescendo and insane spiralling horn riffs. Feel good? Damn straight!
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out of stock $6.89
Cat: TR 126LTD250. Rel: 18 Nov 10
Funk
  1. Keep Off The Grass
  2. It's A Trap
out of stock $7.41
I Wanna Know (limited 7")
Cat: TR 174. Rel: 14 Aug 14
Funk
  1. I Wanna Know
  2. Let Me Prove My Love
Review: Introduced to us on Tramp's recent Movements 6 collection, Dynamic Duke Royal's long-lost 40 year old sounds cover a great breadth. "I Wanna Know" is super-charged with rock n' roll energy as it thunders with energy, breaks into a great horn-heaved chorus and crisp Hank-style guitar twangs. "Let Me Prove My Love" plays the instant soothing foil. A bluesy ballad with woozy horns, far-away piano tinkles and a Duke's honeyed vocals, it's an instant heart-stopper.
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out of stock $7.15
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