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BGP
Cat: BGPS 048. Rel: 29 Mar 16
Soul
  1. Make Me Believe In You (Tom Moulton remix) (6:28)
  2. Ain't No Love Lost (Tom Moulton remix) (5:47)
Review: Should you require further evidence of the all-round genius of Curtis Mayfield, look no further than this early '70s funk gem from Patti Jo. "Make Me Believe In You" was written and produced by the velvety-voiced musician in 1973, one of just a few singles released by Patti Jo but undoubtedly now an all-time classic. That rolling drum intro, the ear-wagging piano, the subtle orchestration and, above all, Patti Jo's killer vocal all combine for a perfect example of the halcyon days when funk was beginning to transform into disco. Mayfield himself later covered the track for the closer to his Sweet Exorcist LP! This BGP 7" sees Tom Moulton's extension of "Make Me Believe In You" combined with his remix of the other Patti Jo burner, "Ain't No Love Lost". Any self-respecting DJ needs the A-side though.
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 in stock $6.75
Cat: COL 046197. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Soul
  1. Ain't No Sunshine
  2. Use Me
 in stock $6.21
Making New Friends (limited 7")
Cat: AOE 005. Rel: 21 May 15
Soul
  1. Making New Friends (1:58)
  2. Trippin On The Sounds
Review: DJ Fryer's Athens of the North label continues its relentless charge the annals of funk and disco, focussing attentions here on the mid '70s debut of Jeanie Tracy. Glance at the discography of the Houston-born singer and you are presented with a storied recording career that includes credits alongside Bobby Womack, Aretha Franklin and Sylvester so it's little surprise to see that original copies of Making New Friends / Trippin On The Sounds rarely change hands below the $1000 mark. Originally released on Marvin Holmes' Oakland-based Brown Door Records around 1975, this Athens of the North edition is a must for any self-respecting 45 wielding selectors out there! The A-side is a recognised classic of the rare groove canon but it's "Trippin On The Sounds" that you need to hear; a glorious horn-laden deep funk nugget.
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Let's Get Together (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 720. Rel: 24 May 18
Soul
  1. Jonny Benavidez - "Let's Get Together" (feat Cold Diamond & Mink - vocal) (4:21)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "Let's Get Together" (instrumental) (4:22)
Review: We just love hearing new soul and funk. Sure, a rare single from the 60s or 70s goes a long way in satisfying our needs, but how good is it to hear NEW music!? That's why we rate Finland's Timmion imprint so highly; they always come through with the goods, and there isn't a single EP they've put out that hasn't interested us... or flown off our shelves! This time, Jonny Benavidez, Cold Diamond and Mink team up for the absolute sexiness that is "Let's Get Together", a seductive soul ballad that is bound to lit up the room instantly! The instrumental is rather fine, too.
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Scorpio Man Theme (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 710. Rel: 04 Jun 18
Soul
  1. Scorpio Man Theme (3:58)
  2. Journey To The Bottom (4:28)
Review: Giving Nicole a rare night off, inimitable troupe The Soul Investigators team up with killer flautist Ernie Hawks for two impeccable instrumentals. "Scorpio Man Theme" is all slinky 70s cinematica with a wry nod towards Lalo Schifrin while "Journey To The Bottom" adopts a more languid perspective with slower beats, a smouldering groove and a flute line that takes us right down to the bottom of our souls and right back up again. Beautiful.
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Cat: ATH 042. Rel: 29 Jun 17
Soul
  1. Let Your Light Shine (3:28)
  2. Somebody Help Me (2:31)
Review: Athens of the North founder Euan Fryer has described Willie Dale's "Let Your Light Shine" as "one of the best discoveries in the last 15 years". Only five copies of the original 7" single have surfaced to date, with the most recent changing hands for eye-watering sums of money. You can see why Fryer was so excited by "Let Your Light Shine": while rooted in both funk and soul, the track also draws heavily on psychedelic rock and the fuzzy, funk-rock fusion brilliance of Sly Stone. Original B-side "Somebody Help Me" is an altogether more laidback affair, with Dale offering impassioned and melancholic lyrics over a psychedelic era take on old rhythm & blues ballads.
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Cat: COL 062687. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Soul
  1. Let's Stay Together
  2. I've Never Found A Girl (To Love Me Like You Do)
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Cat: MEL 009. Rel: 16 Mar 18
Soul
  1. Blood Of An American (4:21)
  2. Everyone Should Have His Day (2:42)
Review: While most of the obscure old records being reissued by Floating Points' Melodies label fetch eye-wateringly high prices on the second-hand market, there's no doubt that they're all astonishingly good. This latest gem - a little-known 1974 7" from folk-soul songwriter Bobby Wright (now Abu Talib) - is another fantastic example. "Blood of an American", a sweet sounding but politically heavyweight song inspired by the singer-songwriter's opposition to the Vietnam War, is every bit as inspired as the works of that better-known folk-soul legend, Terry Callier. In fact, B-side "Everyone Should Have His Day" sounds like a long-lost Callier recording. As ever, the record is beautifully packaged and comes bundled with a 16-page "mini-zine" packed with interviews and articles about the record.
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Cat: JAL 272V. Rel: 05 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Dust (Dimitri From Paris vs Cotonete Discomix) (7:03)
  2. Dust (Dimitri From Paris vs Cotonete dubstrumental) (7:14)
 in stock $5.39
Cat: TOWN 135. Rel: 28 Sep 09
Soul
  1. Karmello Brooks - "Tell Me Baby"
  2. Carla Thomas - "I'll Never Stop Loving You"
 in stock $6.59
Words Words Words (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 721. Rel: 03 May 18
Soul
  1. Words Words Words (vocal) (3:49)
  2. Words Words Words (instrumental) (3:45)
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Cat: ATH 020. Rel: 01 Oct 15
Funk
  1. Holding On (3:39)
  2. Dimona (Spiritual Capital Of The World) (3:38)
Review: Chop-walloping funk soul: AOTN bossman Fryer has allegedly spent the past 15 years trying to secure this '70s rarity. Silky, youthful and compounded with an insatiable groove, it's dangerously close to Jackson 5's best output and no one would blame you if you thought it actually was. Flip for "Dimona", a slower burner that swoons and shows the band's more mature side. This is the first time either side has seen a 45... You know what to do.
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Everything That Looks Good (limited 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: AOE 016. Rel: 25 Feb 16
Funk
  1. Everything That Looks Good (2:32)
  2. You Don't Deserve (3:03)
Review: A serious self-press rarity from the heart of Clarksville, Suggs never achieved the recognition he deserved during his tenure as a band leading soul man. Still in Clarksville and now a missionary, the sentiments of this recording history peak resonate with what he does now: "Everything That Looks Good" is a JB style message on the lure of temptation while "You Don't Deserve", an instrumental that sees Bubba switching his vocals for equally commanding sax, is a moment for poignant, soul-searching reflection. Lord have mercy.
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Cat: COL 000097/LM 0009. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Soul
  1. Working My Way Back To You
  2. Beggin'
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Cat: FSR 7080. Rel: 15 May 14
Soul
  1. Mind Made Up (feat Kylie Auldist)
  2. Losin' Streak (feat Daniel Merriweather)
Review: Two big cuts taken from the Melbourne trio's sixth album Blind Bet, here the band flip two sides of a ridiculously funky coin. "Mind Made Up" features the vocals of Tru Thoughts starlet Kylie Auldist. Her rich emphatic vocals fit the 70s soul licks perfectly. Smooth and dynamically delivered with big horns, subtle strings, major chords and an instantly catchy chorus, you'll make your mind up on this long before the last horns blast a final cheerio. "Skeletor", meanwhile, is a much more party-focussed jam where big breakbeats provide the back bone for sharp horns, heavy Hammond slapping and warm gravelly vocals.
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Cat: FCLMN 146. Rel: 16 Mar 18
Soul
  1. My God Has A Telephone (2:56)
  2. Live On (4:07)
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Cat: AOE 029. Rel: 22 Feb 18
Soul
  1. Drown My Heart (2:59)
  2. My Foolish Heart (3:00)
Review: Not to be confused with the sports commentator, David Coleman was behind the scorching boardwalk vocals that graced Hector Rivera's debut 1966 album At The Party. The right levels of swoon and croons over vital Latin orchestration - led by the renowned pianist and regular Tito Puenta collaborator - David exudes some serious emotion. "Drown My Heart" lilts with a soft samba while Coleman scatters powerful heartbreak tales, "My Foolish Heart" takes a much more stripped back rhythmic arrangement with yearning, soaring strings that break out into the full orchestra on the chorus. Both cult attractions on the northern soul and popcorn scenes, it's another hearty reissue from them up north.
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Mr Magic (7")
Cat: AOE 020. Rel: 22 Sep 16
Soul
  1. Mr Magic (Fryers edit) (4:23)
  2. Talking About My Baby (3:34)
Review: John Heartsman and Circles are precisely the sort of fellas you'd expect to see land on Athens Of The North, the most recent boogie-jazz reissuers to come out of the US of A. This material from the late 70's is like gold on the second hand market, and more like a mirage given the fact that original copies are her impossible to come by. Anyhow, this is proper soul-jazz goodness at its best, so if that's your thing, then get on it real fast. "Mr Magic" appears here as an edit from Fryers, but it's not million miles away from the original, its subtle organs still intact and that catch, funky swing still very much at the core of the tune. Heard the Idris Muhammad version? Check it to compare. "Talking About My Baby" is looser, more soulful affair with a faster tempo and Heartsman's rugged vocals in its underbelly. Quality.
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Listen (7")
Cat: AOE 019. Rel: 26 May 16
Funk
  1. Listen (3:18)
  2. Party (3:16)
Review: When you talk about 'kid funk', it's always long-lost B-sides that record collectors talk about like myths. But, Athens Of the North have managed to get their hands on the masters of a super-rare Virtue 7" that goes for no less that L1000 on the second-hand market in its original form. "Listen" is a deep, sublimely odd little funk tune that is as deep as you can get for boogie and funk; "Party" on the flip is no less of a gem, backed by Little George's supreme vocals and a tight little break, too. Sick.
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The Moods EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IMO 008. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Soul
  1. 70s Theme
  2. Brother Beware
  3. Express Yourself
Review: Imogen have stumbled across a rare gem here, presenting some previously unheard liquid funk jams from the lesser known Chicago pioneer James Perri. Some of his jams as Jimi Polo are perennial classics, while his time spent in Soul II Soul and elsewhere are testament to his gifts, but this particular set of recordings from the 90s have lain in wait for their time to shine. You can hear his skills as a session musician and arranger coming through in abundance on this warm, grooving, acid jazz inflected EP. "70s Theme" is a sparse, moody jazz funk cut, while "Brother Beware" is a smooth, sultry slice of message soul. "Express Yourself" is the truly uplifting slice of the pie, and it will chime just fine with any lovers of that classic Soul II Soul sound.
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Cat: TR 708. Rel: 29 Sep 16
Soul
  1. Queen Of Soul (part 1) (3:56)
  2. Queen Of Soul (part 2) (3:55)
Review: Finland's Timmion Records should, by now, be categorised as leaders in the leftfield soul game. Their catalogue contains a wealth of both old and new talents and, whenever we see that famous 'TRI' sign hit our shelves, we just know we're in for the good shit. Thankfully, this new collaboration by the mysterious Cold Diamond and Mink is right up there with the rest of the label's wacky, soulful mind-melters, except that here we head into even deeper quarters. The 7" contains two parts of "Queen Of Soul", a rough, wavy piece of lo-fi strumming that uses its wonderfully exchoing guitars to guide the listener into a state of total psychedelia. We love it, and we suggest you to cop one now before it pops up for the triple the price in a decade's time. Bliss.
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Wish Upon Love (limited 7")
Cat: ATH 021. Rel: 22 Oct 15
Funk
  1. Wish Upon Love (2:17)
  2. Nightime On The Beach (3:46)
Review: Dreamy mid '70s funk from Caribbean (St Maarten to be precise) trio Cool Creations: "Wish Upon Love" struts with a Boz Scaggs-style confidence and a deep, cloudy finish that would make Faze-O proud. Flip for a straight-up cloud burst as "Night On Beach Island" lives up to its name with measured pace, cosmic trumpets, sandy pianos and lavish, lolloping wave-lapping double bass. Beautiful.
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Cat: AOE 012. Rel: 22 Oct 15
Soul
  1. Let's Do It Today (4:45)
  2. Peace (2:37)
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Cat: UR 7360. Rel: 22 Sep 16
Funk
  1. Shy As A Butterfly (Kenny Dope extended mix) (5:21)
  2. Nothing Seems To Work Right (Spark Arrester Cumbia rework) (3:50)
 in stock $7.29
BGP
Cat: BGPS 053. Rel: 24 Feb 17
Soul
  1. Still A Part Of Me (2:34)
  2. If You Don't Like My Apples (Don't Shake My Tree) (2:56)
 in stock $7.43
  1. The Scorpio Walk (4:54)
  2. Message Of Love (4:01)
Review: Finnish revivalist funk combo the Soul Investigators are no strangers to collaboration, having previously provided backing for Nicole Willis, Myron and Ernie Hawks. Here, they once again join forces with the latter for two more chunks of instrumental funk and soul goodness. A-side "Scorpio Walk" is the kind of cut that should come with its own named dance; a shuffling, mid-tempo funk affair that layers Spaghetti Western guitar solos and fluttering flute lines over a backing track rich in flanged guitar licks, bustling bass guitar and on-point drum breaks. Flipside "Message of Love" is an altogether deeper and more dewy-eyed affair, with woozy backing vocals and electric piano solos rising above a shuffling groove.
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My My My Baby (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: TR 722. Rel: 11 Oct 18
Soul
  1. Thee Baby Cuffs, Cold Diamond & Mink - "My My My Baby" (4:46)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "My My My Baby" (instrumental) (4:46)
Review: The latest hot-to-trot missive on Timmion subsidiary Stylart pairs the label's house band, Cold Diamond and Mink, with Thee Baby Cuffs, a three-part vocal harmony group from California whose only previous release was an ultra-limited seven-inch single last year. The group's classic-sounding vocals - reminiscent of famous male soul combos of the early 1960s - act as a focal point on the side A original version, though it's the studied retro brilliance of Cold Diamond and Mink's on point backing track that stands out. The band's authentic production - all rising horn lines, rich bass, loose-limbed drums and '60s style hard stereo separation - can be heard even more clearly on the fantastic flip-side instrumental take.
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Let Go (7")
Cat: ATH 053. Rel: 24 Aug 17
Soul
  1. Let Go (5:42)
  2. Will You Be There (4:33)
Review: Following the excellent excavation of the Miami band's unreleased album Best Kept Secret, AOTN's Fryer treats us to his two favourite cuts on a 500-only never-to-be-repressed 45. Seeped in powerful vocal harmonies, "Let Go" is rare groove gold with smooth sax and a dynamic that keeps on surprising while "Will You Be There" is an end of night soul shakedown with a tenderness that's tangible in every element. Don't sleep on this... Or the album. One of AOTN's most exciting releases this year.
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  1. The Hawk - "Don't Judge A Book By It's Cover" (feat Little Hannah Collins)
  2. Link Quartet - "If You Wanna Be My Man" (feat Gizelle Smith)
 in stock $7.02
Cat: TR 716. Rel: 04 May 17
Soul
  1. Give It Back (3:45)
  2. Give It Back (instrumental) (3:55)
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Cat: ATH 051. Rel: 07 Dec 17
Soul
  1. Let Love Enter (2:55)
  2. Come To Me (3:33)
Review: Incredible late night smoochy stuff right here from one of the most decorated bassists of all time. A major figure in the bands of Miles Davis and Stevie Wonder, Henderson was also a killer solo artist amassing eight artist albums between 76-86. This AOTN "45 showcases his true breadth as "Let Love Enter" lilts on a soft bossa with rising horns, velvet backing vocals and an unabashed come-to-bed message. "Come To Me" gets even deeper under the sheets with as he goes toe-to-toe, cheek-to-cheek with Rena Scott with smoking results.
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Don't You Know (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: CLMN 172. Rel: 15 Feb 19
Soul
  1. Don't You Know (3:22)
  2. True Love (3:11)
 in stock $7.02
BBE
Cat: BBE 178SLP. Rel: 06 May 11
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Day Into Night (feat Stephanie McKay)
  2. Day Into Night (instrumental)
 in stock $5.94
Crown Ruler Sound (unmixed CD)
Cat: STLKCD 002. Rel: 13 Jul 17
Soul
  1. Ezy & Isaac - "Let Your Body Move (Oba Balu Balu)"
  2. Stimela - "I Love You"
  3. Kosmik 3 - "I'm Gonna Pack" (Jeremy Spellacey edit)
  4. Mike Fabulous - "Wang East" (instrumental)
  5. Feladey - "Forest Music (Anambra Na-imo)"
  6. Larry Maluma & Kalimba - "Kamusale"
  7. Acayouman - "Funk Around"
  8. JK Mandengue - "Afrika"
  9. The Staple Singers - "Slippery People" (club version)
  10. Brother Resistance - "Can I Get A Witness"
  11. Legacy - "Monday Blues"
  12. La Banda De Martin - "Mi Dueno"
  13. Devon Russell - "Move On Up"
  14. Costa & Chyps - "Detroit City Cats" (instrumental long version)
  15. Wilfred Percussion - "Andei"
Review: Crown Ruler Records co-founder Jeremy Spellacey is highly regarded within the crate-digging community, primarily for his ability to sniff out copies of obscure - but, naturally, high quality - boogie-era disco records from Africa and the Caribbean. On this fine compilation, Spacetalk has offered the New Zealander the opportunity to showcase some of those finds, alongside a smattering of better-known favourites and more recent cuts (see Mike Fabulous's overlooked modern boogie gem "Wang East"). Predictably, Spellacey has delivered the goods, serving up humid, exotic and loved-up gems galore, including the fluttering brilliance of Stimela's "I Love You", the marimba-laden Balearic boogie of Feladey's "Forest Music" and Devon Russell's impeccable reggae-soul cover of Curtis Mayfield's "Move on Up".
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Cat: 476049 5. Rel: 27 Nov 15
Jazz
  1. No Love Dying
  2. Liquid Spirit
  3. Lonesome Lover
  4. Water Under Bridges
  5. Hey Laura
  6. Musical Genocide
  7. Wolfcry
  8. Free
  9. Brown Grass
  10. Wind Song
  11. The In Crowd
  12. Movin'
  13. When Love Was King
  14. I Fall In Love Easily
  15. When You Wish Upon A Star (bonus track)
  16. Liquid Spirit (Claptone remix - full vocal verrion - bonus track)
  17. Puttin' On The Ritz (bonus track)
  18. Fly Me To The Moon (bonus track)
  19. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (feat Jamie Cullum - bonus track)
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  1. Carlton Jumel Smith - "Love Our Love Affair" (feat Cold Diamond & Mink) (4:05)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "Love Our Love Affair" (instrumental) (4:03)
Review: If you're a talented soul vocalist who wants an authentically fuzzy late 1960s sound, you could do worse than join forces with Timmion Records' in-house backing band, Cold Diamond & Mink. They're in fine form here providing admirable backing to rising star Carlton Jumel Smith. "Love Our Love Affair" is undeniably attractive, with Smith's confident and emotion-rich vocal rising above the band's hazy horns, languid trumpet solos, sun-bright guitar licks and lolloping, hip-hop style funk-soul beats. As is customary, the band's tidy instrumental version can be found - and enjoyed - on the flip.
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Cat: ST 1010. Rel: 10 Jun 15
Soul
  1. Run For Cover (3:02)
  2. Wear It On Your Face (3:22)
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Wondering (7")
Cat: TR 726. Rel: 14 Mar 19
Soul
  1. Gerald McCauley - "Wondering" (feat Cold Diamond & Mink) (3:03)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "Wondering" (instrumental) (2:59)
Review: One of Finnish funk imprint Timmion's most enduring stories; Pratt & Moody and Cold Diamond & Mink's 2017 "Lost Lost Lost" gets an update with Gerald McCauley. Not particularly known for his singing or songwriting (but very much active in other aspects of the industry) the original's raw blues struck a chord so strong in him, he put pen to paper and dulcets to tape to provide a new perspective on the track. The results speak for themselves. There's no wondering here... It's a full blown heartache conclusion.
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 in stock $6.75
Cat: FRY 028. Rel: 29 May 14
Soul
  1. Stubborn Heart
  2. Keep On Loving Me
 in stock $7.29
Cat: JAL 273V. Rel: 31 May 18
Funk
  1. You're Gone (feat Izo FitzRoy) (3:42)
  2. A Deckham Love Song (4:08)
Review: Funky Geordies Smoove & Turrell return to London's spiciest funk indie with the first single from their forthcoming new album Mount Pleasant. Two sides, two vibes: "You're Gone" is an uptempo pop funk jam with a wry dash of disco, Rodgers style strums, big horn blasts, rhythmic vocal calls and a subtle harmony between Turrell and new Jalapeno signing Izo FitzRoy. Flip for a little twist of melancholy as the blues groove and yearning tones of "A Deckham Love Song" ooze into your soul. Most pleasant.
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 in stock $5.39
Cat: ST 1008. Rel: 24 Feb 14
Soul
  1. Lonesome Shack
  2. How About You
Played by: I Love 45's!
 in stock $7.02
Cat: MGM 13666. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Soul
  1. Watch Out Little Girl (2:46)
  2. You're Like A Mystery (2:31)
Played by: Soul Music
 in stock $7.29
Henry STONE/VARIOUS
Cat: AOTNLP 002CD. Rel: 25 Jun 15
 
Funk
  1. Little Beaver - "Concrete Jungle"
  2. Milton Wright - "The Silence That You Keep" (version 1)
  3. Lynn Williams - "It Takes Two"
  4. Raphael Munnings - "Sleep On, Dream On"
  5. Wildflower - "You Knock Me Out"
  6. Jimmy 'Bo' Horne - "Hey There Jim"
  7. Leno Phillips - "Confusion"
  8. Phillip Wright - "Keep Her Happy"
  9. Willie Johnson - "Lay It On Me"
  10. Johnny K - "I Got Bills To Pay"
  11. Funky Nassau - "Bahama Soul Stew"
  12. Formula 1 - "Walking With My Eyes Closed"
  13. Stevens & Foster - "I Want To Be Love"
  14. Oceanliners - "Cutting Room (Hot Pants)"
  15. Jimmy 'Bo' Horne - "If You Want My Love"
  16. Brand New - "Thousand Years"
  17. T Connection - "Do What You Wanna Do"
  18. Beginning Of The End - "Super Woman"
  19. Robert Moore - "Tears Of The World"
  20. Friday Saturday & Sunday - "There Must Be A Better Way"
Review: Back in the mid 1970s, young engineer Terry 'T.K' Kane and Harry Stone joined forces to launch a studio and record distribution business in Miami. It would spawn a huge number of in-house labels, and even greater number of funk and disco releases, and even a string of million-selling artists. Given this legacy, it's little surprise to see Athens of the North paying tribute to the funk side of Henry Stone's impressive legacy with this superb collection. While there are a few tried-and-tested cuts to be found - see the T Connection and Little Beaver cuts - for the most part The Miami Sound focuses on more obscure - but no less hard-hitting - gems from the likes of Jonny K, Stevens & Foster and Leno Philips.
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Played by: Scratchandsniff
 in stock $5.32
Cat: SDE 31. Rel: 11 Jan 18
Soul
  1. Ain't No Tellin (4:45)
  2. Sister Moon (4:59)
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 in stock $6.47
Cat: FCLMN 143. Rel: 11 Sep 17
Soul
  1. Tiger Trot (3:10)
  2. Enter (4:31)
Review: Leroi's back! Well... He never went away. As a studiosmith and designer his fingerprints are all over many of Colemine's on-point curations, but now we're about to enjoy a whole new tonne of Conroy as he prepares to drop his debut album. These two heavyweight instrumentals set the scene perfectly; "Tiger Trot" looks east for melodic inspiration with a touch of New Orleans in the swampy sweaty delivery. "Enter" hits with more of a jazzier, freeform air as we spiral into trumpet dizziness into deep bluesy introspection and some damn fine breaks from fellow Colemine consistency Rob Houk. Only 300 copies pressed.
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  1. Etta James - "Seven Day Fool" (3:00)
  2. Doug Banks - "I Just Kept On Dancing" (2:33)
Review: Soul Tribe celebrate the epic legacy of Chess subsidiary Argo with two of the label's many outstanding soul burners. Etta's big swing sauce-pot number takes pride of place with all 55 years of sultry devotion still deeply embedded into the recording. Banks' slightly lesser known pastoral ballad sets up camp on the B. Lilting and lolloping with horseback storytelling, it's the perfect foil both musically and narratively.
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Cat: ST 1022. Rel: 01 Aug 17
Soul
  1. The Four Pro's - "Just Another Girl" (2:39)
  2. The Capitols - "Don't Say Maybe Baby" (2:20)
 in stock $7.02
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