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Stratos Bleu Remixed
Cat: JAL 336V. Rel: 10 Dec 20
  1. Do It (Ray Mang remix) (6:36)
  2. Fade Away (Fouk remix) (5:46)
  3. It Ain't Working (Ashley Beedle NSW vocal) (6:58)
  4. EP (Rayka remix) (6:06)
Review: Those who cop digital downloads may already have come across these fine remixes of tracks from Smoove & Turrell's fantastic Stratos Bleu album, as they were released as part of an expansive set of reworks a couple of months ago. It's great that they've finally landed on wax though, because there's some genuine dancefloor gold amongst the four reworks on show. Our picks of the bunch are Ray Mang's sparkling, synth-laden, slightly dubbed-out disco revision of 'Do It', and Ashley Beedle's breezy, life-affirming old-school house take on 'It Ain't Working'. Elsewhere, Rayka wraps thrusting acid lines around bouncy, forthright beats on a surging revision of 'EP', while Fouk impresses with a cheerful piano-house version of 'Fade Away'.
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Mount Pleasant
Cat: JAL 274V. Rel: 28 Jun 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. There For Me (4:25)
  2. You're Gone (3:41)
  3. Something Better (3:44)
  4. Hate Seeking Missile (3:50)
  5. Billie (3:17)
  6. A Deckham Love Song (4:09)
  7. I Feel Alive (3:13)
  8. Mr Hyde (4:46)
  9. Flames To Feed (4:02)
  10. Love That Kinda Lie (3:32)
  11. Small Town (3:25)
Review: UK funk and jazz band, Smoove + Turrell, are back on the unstoppable Jalapeno Records with their fifth studio album for the label, making them the imprint's star residents. Alongside the deluge of LPs that they've released for Jalapeno, the outfit have dropped countless singles, each one of them showcasing one strand of funk and soul. Mount Pleasant is an undeniably festive collection of tunes, primed and ready for the summer months, full of zest and life for the dancers. The main ingredient is funk and jazz, but the power behind this memorable LP is the band's pop sensibility, coming through in everything from the vocals to the arrangements, creating a selection of tunes that are instantly memorable and painfully hummable. Is this the rise of the underground coming through above the line? Only time will tell, but we think these guys are the real deal.
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Stratos Bleu
Cat: JAL 340CD. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Do It
  2. It Ain't Working
  3. Elgin Towers
  4. This Time
  5. Never Wanted You More
  6. Still Don't Know
  7. EP
  8. It's You
  9. Talk About Nothing
  10. Fade Away
  11. The Northern Coal Experience
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Stratos Bleu
Stratos Bleu (gatefold blue vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: JAL 340V. Rel: 19 Jun 20
  1. Do It (4:26)
  2. It Ain't Working (5:36)
  3. Elgin Towers (4:30)
  4. This Time (5:03)
  5. Never Wanted You More (4:26)
  6. Still Don't Know (5:08)
  7. EP (4:05)
  8. It's You (5:20)
  9. Talk About Nothing (3:55)
  10. Fade Away (4:37)
  11. The Northern Coal Experience (0:30)
Review: Modern day funkateers and stomping soul boys Smoove and Turrell can always be relied upon to deliver the party-starting goods. Even so, new album "Stratos Bleu" - their sixth studio set in total - may well be their strongest and most well-rounded set to date. Interestingly, this time round they've infused their usual breakbeat-driven funk and soul sound with a range of distinctly 1980s musical influences, including audible nods to boogie, electro, early Chicago house, Loose Ends, Soul II Soul and deep synth-pop. As a result, it's a hugely colourful and vibrant set, with Turrell's honeyed voice sounding particularly fresh atop Smoove's more electronic-sounding backing tracks.
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Elgin Towers (Hot Toddy remixes)
Elgin Towers (Hot Toddy remixes) (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: JAL 331V. Rel: 03 Sep 20
  1. Elgin Towers (Hot Toddy remix) (5:25)
  2. Elgin Towers (4:32)
  3. Elgin Towers (Hot Toddy dub) (7:02)
Review: Jalapeno's main men, so-called Northern Funk proponents and Gateshead mainstays Smoove & Turrell serve up another of their mini classics with "Elgin Towers." It's a busy and bustling track that blends house, disco, funk and soul into one full flavour and high impact tune for the peak of the night. The much more tender and seductive Hot Toddy remix is low slung and funk-fuelled, while the dub is upbeat and rousing but with a little more space in the mix for the vocals to really hit home. This is another fine offering from these UK treasures, then.
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Played by: The Allergies, Smoove
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I Feel Alive
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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First Class
First Class (unmixed CD)
Cat: JAL 141. Rel: 11 Oct 12
  1. Brenda Boykin - "Hard Swing Travellin'" (Smoove remix)
  2. Dilouya & Smoove & Turrell - "The Way It Goes" (feat Sandra Nkake)
  3. Electric Empire - "Baby Your Lovin'" (Smoove remix)
  4. The New Mastersounds - "Witness" (Smoove remix)
  5. The Juju Orchestra - "Kind Of Latin Rhythm" (Smoove remix)
  6. Charlie Funk, Afrika Bambaataa & King Kamonzi - "It's My Funk" (Smoove P Funk Disco remix)
  7. Kraak & Smaak - "Call Up To Heaven" (feat Lex Empress - Smoove remix)
  8. The Third Degree - "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" (Smoove remix)
  9. The Bahama Soul Club - "Nassau Jam" (Smoove Funky Jam remix)
  10. Da Wiesel - "Boogaloo Stomp" (Smoove remix)
  11. Una Mas Trio - "Son Montuno" (Smoove remix)
  12. Nick Pride & The Pimptones - "Waitin' So Long" (Smoove remix)
  13. Kojato & The Afro Latin Cougaritas - "Like A Gypsy" (Smoove remix)
Review: For years now, Newcastle-based funk/breaks fusionist Smoove has been one of Jalepeno's most decorated artists. His particular brand of party-starting groovery continues to be popular with dancefloors - hence the rather large amount of remix requests he gets. First Class gathers together 13 of his favourite remixes to date, offering a string of soulful, floor-friendly reworks that verge from the boisterous (the heavy percussion of his New Mastersounds tweak) to the banging (a hectic revision of The Third Degree's "Can't Get You Out of My Head"). There are sweaty moments by the armful, too (check the Bahama Soul Club re-make) and toe tapping jams aplenty (Brenda Boykin). Funk fans will love it.
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Jalapeno Records: Two Decades Of Funk Fire
Cat: JAL 2020CD. Rel: 26 Nov 20
  1. Smoove & Turrell - "Slow Down"
  2. Kraak & Smaak - "Squeeze Me" (feat Ben Westbeech)
  3. Aldo Vanucci - "You're All Show" (feat Kylie Auldist)
  4. The Allergies - "Felony"
  5. Gizelle Smith - "STAY" (feat Eric Boss)
  6. Featurecast - "Evil Eye" (feat Greg Blackman)
  7. Ephemerals - "You Made Us Change"
  8. Dr Rubberfunk - "Northern Comfort" (feat John Turrell)
  9. Basement Freaks - "Hit The Flame" (7 Inch edit)
  10. Skeewiff - "Soul Bossanova" (7 Inch edit)
  11. Soopasoul - "If It Ain't Funky Back It Up" (part 1)
  12. Izo FitzRoy - "I Want Magic" (Dimitri From Paris radio edit)
  13. Kraak & Smaak - "Money In The Bag" (K&S remix)
  14. The Allergies - "Rock Rock" (feat Andy Cooper)
  15. Smoove & Turrell - "You Could've Been A Lady"
  16. Skeewiff - "Triumph Stag"
  17. Alexia Coley - "Drive Me Wild"
  18. Ikon - "The Dove"
  19. Radio Trip - "Hashish" (feat Boom Pam)
  20. The Beekeepers - "Apiculture"
Played by: Smoove
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The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club
Cat: FSRCD 097. Rel: 22 Nov 12
  1. The Bamboos - "Amen Brother"
  2. The Excitements - "Wait A Minute"
  3. T Bird & The Breaks - "The Clap Hands Song"
  4. Smoove & Turrell - "Hard Work"
  5. Nostalgia 77 - "Seven Nation Army" (feat Alice Russell)
  6. Prince Fatty - "Insane In The Membrane" (feat Horseman)
  7. Lack Of Afro - "A Time For" (feat Wayne Gidden)
  8. The Stiff Naked Fools - "Rocket Man"
  9. The Apples - "Killing"
  10. Treva Whateva - "Singalong"
  11. Federation Of The Disco Pimp - "More Than Dancing"
  12. The Haggis Horns - "The Bump"
  13. The Fantastics! - "Cold Case" (feat Sulene Fleming)
  14. The Incredible Bongo Band - "Satisfaction"
  15. Frootful - "Fish In The Sea" (feat Angeline Morrison)
  16. Al Wilson - "The Snake"
  17. The Mighty Showstoppers - "Shaft In Africa"
  18. Speedometer - "Dragging Me Down"
  19. Tape Five - "A Cool Cat In Town" (feat Brenda Boykin)
Review: Having re-invented himself as the UK's favourite funk and soul selector via shows on BBC 6 Music, comedy actor-turned-Corrie cab driver Craig Charles brings his wildly successful Funk & Soul Club brand to CD for the first time. Pitched at newcomers rather than confirmed diggers, it features a mix of well known nu-funk floor fillers (The Apples' version of RATM's "Killing In The Name", Nostalgia 77's ubiquitous White Stripes cover), lesser-known cuts from modern soul 'names' (Speedometer, The Haggis Horns, The Bamboos), older gems (Al Wilson, Incredible Bongo Band), a dash of reggae and a few curveballs (Treva Whateva's long-forgotten banger "Singalong"). Good times guaranteed.
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The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club 6
Cat: FSRCD 127. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. The Bamboos - "Golden Ticket"
  2. Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum - "Smokey Joe's La La"
  3. The Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations"
  4. Matador! Soul Sounds - "Too Late"
  5. Grupo Magnetico - "Papa Was A Rolling Stone"
  6. The Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio - "Ain't It Funky Now"
  7. Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions - "Gonna Be Alright"
  8. Mestizo Beat - "Featherbed Lane"
  9. Smoove & Turrell - "You're Gone" (feat Izo FitzRoy)
  10. Kizzy Crawford - "Progression"
  11. Chip Wickham - "Rebel No 23"
  12. The Lewis Express - "Brother Move On"
  13. Courtney Pine - "Rules" (feat Omar)
  14. Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - "Foolish Girl" (feat Alex Ligertwood)
  15. The New Mastersounds - "Tantalus"
  16. The Getup - "Hush"
  17. Orquesta Akokan - "Mambo Rapidito"
  18. Gizelle Smith - "Scared Of Something"
  19. Menagerie - "Spiral"
Review: Craig Charles' annual "Funk & Soul Club" compilations are fast becoming as much of a Christmas tradition as turkey, dodgy decorations and ill-advised snogs at office parties. As with its predecessor, this sixth volume does a good job in showcasing the best in modern funk, soul, Afrobeat and heavy Latin jams, with a few stone cold classics thrown in (see the Mighty Ryeders' peerless "Evil Vibrations"). Look out for deep and heavy funk gems from the Bamboos, the New Mastersounds and Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum, some suitably smooth fare from Courtney Pine and Omar, a scintillating, salsa-focused cover of "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" by Scotland's Grupo Magnetico, and a dash of dancefloor goodness from funk breaks scene stalwarts Smoove and Turrell.
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