Review: Jimmy Lane recorded this single in the summer of 1969 in upstate New York. The title stems from arriving at the recording studio without any lyrics prepared, and when asked by the producer what he was going to sing he replied "Oh, we’ll deal with it later". Another Funk Classic from Funk 45.
Arctic Monkeys - "Leave Before The Lights Come On"
The Newell Octet - "Baby I'm Yours"
Review: A brand new studio recording of the now live smash "Leave Before The Lights Come On" shows Alex Turner and gang further honing their songwriting craft with a track which could well turn out to be one of their finest.
Review: Straight from Miami this time we are really proud to present the reissue of one of the most in-demand and, according to everybody, probably best funk 45s ever cut: "Everything's Gonna Be All Right/I Can't Help Myself" by funk 45 legend Robert Moore. This 45 is one of the first releases from Robert Moore who later on became the lead singer of TK Records' family of labels house band 'Miami'. Miami released 3 albums including the seminal hit "Party Freaks" and played on sessions for Little Beaver, Gwen McCrae, and Betty Wright. "Everything's Gonna Be All Right" and "I Can't Help Myself" were originally released on Henry Stone's Sadia Records. The original 45 is very rare and one of the most collectible on the funk 45 scene. Both sides are massive and that's probably why it's still a big spin on all deep funk dancefloors.
Review: Born in 1970, in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Allan Crichton (aka White Mice) is a graduate of three sound systems - Sugar Minott's 'Youthman Promotion', Jammy's 'Hi Power', and his hometown 'Ticka Muzik'. His first break came at Sun Splash in 1985, when he and Little Kirk were called on stage to perform with Tenor Saw. Recording at King Jammy's and Channel One studios, with Junior Delgado at the controls, over next the few years Mice let off a series of records amongst the very deadliest of digital reggae - nearly all on his brother Blemo's Intelitec imprint, out of Miami.