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You & Me (reissue) (7" in custom made sleeve)
Cat: AFR7 713. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. You & Me (5:23)
  2. I Found A Note (5:10)
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Fantastic Wax 001 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FW 001. Rel: 07 Oct 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Indaba Kabani (RFX extended edit) (6:06)
  2. Gambian Neptune (RFX edit) (6:28)
  3. Nigerian Charon (RFX remix) (6:25)
  4. Sudanese Xena (RFX remix) (7:11)
Review: The Fantastic Voyage label kicks off with a summery joint from RFX, otherwise known as Pharmacy Records mainstay Romain FX, straight out of Hong Kong. There's an undeniable African lilt to these tracks, shot through with a classic 90s house twist - just check the infectious bump of "Indaba Kabani". "Gambian Neptune" has a snappier feel, channeling the vibe of 80s extended dubs with its strident drum section and bombastic atmosphere. "Nigerian Charon" has an interesting mixture of vibes going on, part Art of Noise mash up and part peak time synth sizzler, while "Sudanese Xena" heads into the heat of night, conjuring up a seductive, swirling mood to get truly lost in.
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Zandale (reissue) (7" in custom made sleeve)
Cat: AFR7 714. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Funk
  1. Zandale (2:50)
  2. Kiss To Kiss (2:53)
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Live In Milan (reissue) (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: VNL 12506. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. Lady Bird (4:45)
  2. Cheryl Blues (5:01)
  3. Tune Up (5:19)
  4. Line For Lyons (7:48)
  5. Pent Up House (5:02)
  6. Looking For The Silver Lining (4:36)
  7. Indian Summer (5:17)
  8. My Old Flame (5:00)
 in stock $9.42
The Trumpet Artistry (reissue) (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: VNL 12507. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. I'm Glad There Is You (3:15)
  2. Moon Love (3:17)
  3. Moonlight Becomes You (2:55)
  4. Imagination (3:02)
  5. Little Man You've Had A Busy Day (4:44)
  6. Goodbye (3:43)
  7. All The Things You Are (2:55)
  8. No Ties (3:00)
  9. Happy Little Sunbeam (2:44)
  10. Bea's Flat (3:01)
  11. Russ Job (4:24)
  12. Tommy Hawk (3:40)
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Cat: ATFA 035CS. Rel: 15 Nov 19
International
  1. Kourouni (7:52)
  2. Tou Dibile (2:38)
  3. Tjefouroule (4:56)
  4. Djankonia (8:23)
  5. Nianimanjougou (4:55)
  6. Sokono Woulouni (4:59)
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I Get Chet (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: VNL 12505. Rel: 15 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. How About You (4:12)
  2. Once In A While (5:24)
  3. Chekeetah (5:46)
  4. Alone Together (3:43)
  5. Chet (3:17)
  6. Dinah (3:12)
  7. Tasty Pudding (4:36)
  8. Anticipated Blues (2:25)
  9. V Line (2:49)
  10. Exitus (8:15)
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Shoreza Inyange (reissue) (7" in custom made sleeve)
Cat: AFR7 712. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Funk
  1. Shoreza Inyange (5:03)
  2. Amayaya (4:41)
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Cat: BRZ45 069. Rel: 20 Nov 19
International
  1. Trio Ternura - "Vou Morar No Teu Sorriso" (2:31)
  2. Eliana Pittman - "Quem Vai Querer" (2:25)
Review: Mr Bongo's Brazil 45s series rarely misses a beat, with each successive seven-inch showcasing two more hard-to-find treats from the dim and distant past. The latest instalment opens with "Vou Morar No Teu Sorriso", a sought-after cut from Trio Tenura's eponymous 1971 MPB/soul fusion album. It's a genuinely summery treat, with ear-catching, reverb-heavy vocals and rising horn lines rising above a life-affirming backing track. On the flip you'll find "Quem Vai Querer", the title track from a superb 1977 album by Eliana Pittman. A breezy chunk of sizzling samba-soul, the cut features an impeccable lead vocal from Pittman and some sing-along group chorus vocals
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Matamba (hand-stamped hand-numbered 7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: 195504 H1. Rel: 25 Oct 19
Dub
  1. Matamba (feat Sergio Perere) (3:50)
  2. Matamba (Gil Cang dub) (3:55)
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Kind Of Blue (180 gram vinyl LP)
DOL
Cat: DOL 725H. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Jazz
  1. So What (9:22)
  2. Freddie Freeloader (9:46)
  3. Blue In Green (5:30)
  4. Flamenco Sketches (11:35)
  5. All Blues (9:23)
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Kokoroko (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: BWOOD 199. Rel: 08 Mar 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Adwa (5:56)
  2. Ti-De (6:14)
  3. Uman (5:13)
  4. Abusey Junction (7:04)
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Cafua (7")
Cat: BRZ45 074. Rel: 20 Nov 19
Funk
  1. Nonato & Seu Conjunto - "Cafua" (2:22)
  2. Jose Roberto - "Crioula Multicolorida" (3:12)
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Waltz For Debby (heavyweight audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: VNL 12221LP. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Jazz
  1. My Foolish Heart (4:57)
  2. Waltz For Debby (6:59)
  3. Detour Ahead (7:36)
  4. My Romance (7:11)
  5. Some Other Time (5:00)
  6. Milestones (6:31)
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Bahamas Gone Independent (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: PMD 02. Rel: 03 Oct 19
Funk
  1. Bahamas Gone Independent (3:46)
  2. Calypso Funk (2:25)
Review: Island funk and tropical soul collectors often speak in hushed tones about "Bahamas Gone Independent", a hard-to-find 7" single from obscure Bahamian group Babalu & His Headhunters. The good news is that the "45" has finally been reissued. The title track is joyously infectious and summery, with Babalu and his backing band delivering a fine mix of dancefloor-friendly Calypso rhythm, heavy bass, punchy soul horns and all manner of instrument solos to set the pulse racing. Arguably even better is "Calypso Funk", a heavyweight, full-throttle affair that delivers exactly what its title promises and then some.
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The Triassic Tusk EP: Afro Disco Club Favourites (180 gram vinyl 12" with Juno exclusive obi strip sleeve + sticker)
Cat: MUKAT 063. Rel: 04 Feb 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Tecumsay Roberts - "It Makes Me Dance & Sing" (5:44)
  2. Commy Bassey - "We Want Togetherness" (4:37)
Review: Triassic Tusk's "Screamers, Bangers & Cosmic Synths" series of crate digging comps has seen the Scottish crew showcase some seriously hot, little-known music. Mukatsuku have joined forces with the imprint to give a 12" release to two potent Afro-disco smashers that recently featured on volume two of the ongoing compilation series ,now remastered and sounding better than ever. On side A you'll find Liberian artist Tecumsay Roberts' bouncy 1979 Afro-soul/Afro-boogie number "It Makes Me Dance & Sing", where spacey Moog solos rice above a funk-influenced dancefloor groove. On the flip, the fun continues via Commy Bassey's Clav-happy, Nigerian sounding Afro-boogie roller "We Want Togetherness", a positive plea for unity that's as relevant now as it was way back in 1980.Juno copies come in an exclusive branded card sleeve with an additional obi strip not available at other retailers .As played/charted by Red Greg,Joe Claussell,Marcel Vogel, Craig Charles,Faze Action,Kalita,Cedric Woo,JKriv,Prins Thomas,Floating Points and Dom Servini so far.
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Cat: PEPITE 06. Rel: 09 Sep 19
International
  1. Monsieur Business (3:04)
  2. Monsieur Business (Aroop Roy rework) (4:17)
Review: In 1976, French band Edition Speciale released their debut album, "Allee Des Tilleuls". While much of the album saw them explore progressive rock and jazz-rock territory, it did contain one suitably groovy and life-affirming trip into jazz-funk territory, surprise LP standout "Mr Business". Here that cut gets a single release for the very first time courtesy of the dusty-fingered diggers at Pepite. You'll find the little-known band's languid, Clavinet and synthesizer-heavy original version on side A, with Aroop Roy's tidy contemporary rework on the B. Aroop sticks a rocket up the track's bottom end, underpinning the original song with peak-time-ready drums while wisely emphasizing his own killer bassline and catchy vocals.
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FORTHCOMING
Too Shy
  1. Emma-Jean Thackray - "Too Shy"
  2. Makaya McCraven - "Run 'Dem" (feat Joe Armon-Jones, Theon Cross, Nubya Garcia & Soweto Kinch - Gilles Peterson edit)
Review: International Anthem's latest release offers up a double dose of 21st century dancefloor jazz goodness. Both tracks were first featured on Makaya McCraven's 2018 collection "Where We Come From (Chicago X London Mixtape)", a set put together in association with London's Total Refreshment Centre. You'll find a brilliantly percussive, weighty and off-kilter Gilles Peterson edit of McCraven's Afro-tinged "Run Dem" on the flip. It's a wonderfully loose-limbed and bass-heavy fusion of UK and US styles that hits home hard from start to finish. Arguably even better is Emma-Jean Thackray's A-side cut "Too Shy", a warm, rolling and life-affirming mixture of West London broken beat and contemporary jazz rich in tasty vocals, Kaidi Tatham style keys and bustling drums.
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coming soon $9.15
Kubatana (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FAR 039. Rel: 10 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Kubatana (5:25)
  2. Hapana (4:19)
  3. Kubatana (Rudy Midnight Machine mix) (6:12)
  4. Kubatana (Paradise dub) (5:26)
Review: Faze Action last teamed up with Zeke Manyika, formerly of 80s funksters Orange Juice, for the effervescent "Mangwana" back in 2016. Now they're back in collaboration for more classically rooted house music with a deeply infectious African twist. "Kubatana" is punchy where it counts, but it's a light and springy proto house burner first and foremost, with Manyika's vocal sounding as smooth as silk in the middle of the mix. "Hapana" is equally rich in musicality and personality, albeit on a more simmering, meditative tip. On the B side, "Kubatana" gets reworked by Rudy Midnight Machine and Paradise, who turn in distinct versions without losing the overall 80s aesthetic that powers the release.
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Cat: SASP 003. Rel: 25 Jul 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Urszula's Samba (4:42)
  2. Jerzy's Samba (5:59)
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Harmony Of Difference (12" + insert)
Cat: YT 171. Rel: 29 Sep 17
Jazz
  1. Desire (4:36)
  2. Humility (2:48)
  3. Knowledge (3:51)
  4. Perspective (3:25)
  5. Integrity (3:45)
  6. Truth (13:25)
Review: The music that makes up Harmony of Difference, Kamasi Washington's first EP of note since the release of acclaimed 2015 album The Epic, was premiered live as a "six-track movement" earlier this year. The "suite" - here stretched across both sides of an essential 12" - sees Washington continue to explore the idea of what it means to be black in America in the 21st century. Musically, the EP contains some of his smoothest and most laidback compositions yet, with all his musical collaborators being on fine form. The headline attraction is undoubtedly 14-minute flipside "The Truth", an almost operatic jazz epic full of swelling choral contributions, fizzing drum solos, rising horns and, of course, plenty of Washington's distinctive saxophone.
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ATA
Cat: ATA 015. Rel: 11 Jul 19
Jazz
  1. Clap Your Hands (45 version) (3:31)
  2. Stomp Your Feet (45 version) (3:36)
 in stock $9.15
Ya Raiyat (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BTR 031. Rel: 23 Oct 19
International
  1. Ya Raiyat (4:40)
  2. Ya Raiyat (radio Trip edit) (3:23)
Played by: DJ Kobayashi
 in stock $9.42
Cat: MRBCD 214. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Jazz
  1. Kokiriku Bushi
  2. Sado Okesa
  3. Tairyo Utaikomi
  4. Soma Bon-Uta
  5. Komoro Mago-Uta
  6. Nanbu Ushio-Uta
  7. Itsuki No Komori-Uta
  8. Hietsuki-Bushi
  9. Yasuki-Bushi
  10. Yosakoi-Bushi
  11. Kuroda-Bushi
Review: In 2002, the Japanese government recognized bamboo flute maestro Hozan Yamamoto as a "living national treasure". It was in honor of his lengthy career in music, and in particular the way he championed a traditional Japanese instrument even when he was turning his hand to Western music. "Beautiful Bamboo Flute", an album first released in 1971 and almost impossible to find since, is a superb example of this. It sees him deliver haunting, emotional and life-affirming solos over funky jazz, big band and fusion backing tracks that tend towards the fresh and funky. It's an unusual blend, but also an invigorating and exciting one.
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BGP
Cat: BGPS 047. Rel: 27 Mar 15
Soul
  1. When You Are Who You Are (3:22)
  2. Free Will (alternative take #1) (2:55)
Review: Two crucial moments from Gil Scott Heron's immense repertoire; "When You Are Who You Are" takes the lead. Taken from his 1971 album Pieces Of A Man, it's a straight up homage to clarity and honesty told in the context that only Gil knew best. Flip for a very special alternative take of "Free Will". The title track of his following album, released a year later in 1972, the variations of this take (which has never been released on vinyl before) are subtle but strong enough to justify it a place in your collection.
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Cat: BRZ 45055. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Funk
  1. Banda Black Rio - "Miss Cheryl" (3:47)
  2. Miele - "Melo Do Tagarela (Rapper's Delight)" (instrumental) (4:10)
Review: Although Brazil's Banda Black Rio remain infamous for the albums that they recorded in the late 1970s, two beautiful LPs that rode that singular wave of samba-ridden jazz dance, 1980's "Miss Cheryl" is an outstanding tune, and we can hear why RCA picked it up back in the day. Mr Bongo provides us with the reissue here and, if you haven't heard it, it's an absolute delight which switches between disco, psych, and something inherently Brazilian - there's even a wacky synth in there, for good measure. Compatriot Miele appears on the flip with "Melo Do Tagarela (Rappers Delight)", a sublime slice of early, electronic boogie that sounds as fresh today as it did back at the tail end of the 70s. A devious little reissue that you should own...
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Cat: LC 002. Rel: 24 Dec 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Javaroo - "Breakin In"
  2. Marti Caine - "Love The Way You Love Me"
Review: Love Circle returns for a second release, digging deep into the misty past of golden era disco and finding rare gold for the reissue market to rejoice at. This time it's the work of Barry Blue and two projects he produced in the early 80s, lovingly re-edited for maximum dancefloor pleasure by Velvet Season & The Hearts Of Gold (aka gerry Rooney and Joel Martin). First up is surefire party starter "Breakin In" by Javaroo, and on the flip it's low down seduction workout "Love The Way You Love Me" by Marti Cane getting a fresh airing for all vintage-minded dancers and DJs.
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 in stock $9.14
Kind Of Blue (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: VNL 12201LP. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Jazz
  1. So What
  2. Freddie Freeloader
  3. Blue In Green
  4. All Blues
  5. Flamenco Sketches
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BGP
Cat: BGPS 038. Rel: 29 Apr 13
Funk
  1. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
  2. Home Is Where the Hatred Is
Review: Wow, classics don't come much more special than this. A like-for-like repress of the 1970 RCA release, both sides here are soaked in Scott Heron's raw troubled soul. The endlessly sampled, hugely powerful and perfectly funky "Revolution" remains almost as poignant and prophetic as it was the day it was penned. "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" is much more personal and reveals his talent as a singer as much as the lead track boasts his poetry and ability to deliver a strong message.
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Cat: BRZ45 073. Rel: 20 Nov 19
Funk
  1. Faz Tanto Tempo (2:24)
  2. Sambaloo (2:18)
Review: For the latest volume in their essential "Brazil 45" series of seven-inch singles, Brighton-based Mr Bongo has decided to offer up a fresh pressing of MPB star Renata Lu's superb 1971 single "Faz Tanto Tempo". You'll find the title track, a heavyweight fusion of US style soul and funk with added Latin percussion and a touch of easy listening sassiness, on side A, with original B-side "Sambaloo" on the flip. This features Lu singing over a hybrid samba/boogaloo backing track rich in jaunty bass, rasping horns and jazzy electric piano riffs. It's arguably every bit as alluring as the A-side.
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Cat: FARO 213CD. Rel: 07 Nov 19
International
  1. Agora Ou Nunca Mais
  2. Canto De Meditacao
  3. Cordao
  4. Sou
  5. Em Acalanto
  6. Eta, Samba Bom
  7. De Um Jeito So
  8. Bairro Negro
  9. Roda Mundo
  10. Eu Sou Mais Eu
Review: For Brazilian music collectors, the two 1970s albums by sadly departed vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Ana Mazzotti have long been must-have sets. Listening to Far Out's new reissue of the second of those, 1977's self-titled "Ana Mazzotti", it's easy to see why. The album is warm, woozy and groovy, joining the dots between slick and summery samba-jazz, synthesizer-laden bossa-nova, Azymuth style jazz-funk/fusion (see the delicious and laidback "Sou") and the kind of atmospheric, otherworldly deepness rarely heard in Brazilian popular music during that period. Highlights are plentiful throughout, with "Cordao", the spacey and up-tempo "Eta Samba Bom" and languid "Bairro Negro" among the many standout tracks.
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Journey In Satchidananda (reissue) (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: GOND 12001. Rel: 23 Aug 18
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Journey In Satchidananda (6:44)
  2. Blue Nile (8:19)
Review: Manchester's Gondwana Records, run by Matthew Halsall, has been a constant source of good vibes and inspiration. Leaning on a jazz note, most of the material is centred away from the dance floor and yet there is always plenty of movement and joyous rhythm, particularly from Halsall's appearances. Here, we have a reissue of 2015's "Journey In Satchidananda", a majestic wave of jazz flutes, seductive piano keys, in what is an altogether dreamy sort of setting, which is further evolved on the supremely euphoric waves of the unbeatable "Blue Nile". At last, some contemporary jazz on 12" that has left us blown away..!
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Cat: PH 45023. Rel: 19 Sep 19
International
  1. Siakwaa/Nana Agyei (Medley) (4:23)
  2. Odo Agye Gye Me (3:41)
Review: The Polyversal Souls are renowned for the strength of their collaborative singles, which to date have featured all manner of legends and rising stars from the underground African music scene. This time around, the German-Ghanaian band provides high-grade backing for guest vocalist Frank Karikari, son of legendary Highlife musician Ralph Karikari. The A-side medley of "Siakwaa/Nana Agyei" is particularly good, with Karikari's confident lead vocal rising above shuffling, soft-focus drums and ear-catching juju guitars. Flipside cut "Odo Agye Gye Me" is great, too, offering a slightly more upbeat and undeniably percussive fusion of highlife/Afrobeat fusion.
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One Cool Dude (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: MGMV 012. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Jazz
  1. Summertime (3:19)
  2. My Funny Valentine (6:01)
  3. Nature Boy (6:17)
  4. Stella By Starlight (4:51)
  5. Miles Ahead (3:30)
  6. Blue In Green (5:27)
  7. Will O The Wisp (3:49)
  8. A Night In Tunisia (7:22)
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Saxophone Colossus (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: VNL 12224LP. Rel: 12 Jan 16
Jazz
  1. St. Thomas (6:39)
  2. You Don't Know What Love Is (6:28)
  3. Strode Rode (5:14)
  4. Moritat (9:55)
  5. Blue (11:11)
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Cat: MRB 7139. Rel: 21 Sep 18
International
  1. Jerry Butler & Jerry Peters - "Melindo Latino" (5:03)
  2. Jimmy Smith - "I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More Babe" (4:30)
 in stock $8.34
Cat: SC 721. Rel: 16 May 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. This Is What You Are (feat The High Five Quintet - radio edit) (4:21)
  2. This Is What You Are (The Brazilian Rime) (4:53)
Review: "This Is What You Are" is undoubtedly Mario Biondi's most celebrated work. He first sung it for original composers Was A Bee in 2004, before re-recording it for his debut album (alongside the High Five Quintet) in 2006. Since then it has been reissued or remixed on numerous occasions. Here it gets reissued on a tidy 7" single, with a punchy radio edit - a swinging, Sunday afternoon style chunk of Latin soul-jazz rich in jaunty grooves, soaring orchestration and smooth vocals - being joined by the "Brazilian Rime" rework. This tasty re-recording re-casts the song as a breezy, samba-fired slab of early 1970s style Brazilian MPB. It's an inspired interpretation and could well become the definitive version of the track.
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Cumbia Kiki (coloured vinyl 7")
Cat: MAS 031. Rel: 18 Nov 19
International
  1. Cumbia Kiki (4:19)
  2. Trankilo Bobby (3:35)
 in stock $8.60
Vamos A La Playa (marbled vinyl 7")
Cat: MAS 028. Rel: 29 Aug 19
International
  1. Vamos A La Playa (3:41)
  2. Sabor De La Cumbia (2:39)
Review: Cumbia champs Philthy Dronez have been turning out their quirky and curious takes on the genre since 2005. For their next outing on San Fran's Disco Mas they link with Su Brigada De La Cumbia for a brace of bonkers beats. Opener "Vamos A La Playa" is characterised by a big and wonky accordion line that reminds us of global dance smash "Heater" by Samim from a few years ago. It's as silly as it is fun, while "Sabor De La Cumbia" is a much heavier and grittier affair. Shades of digital dub define the grooves while a rather haunting lead keeps you on edge as it trundles along.
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Kyenkyen Bi Adi M Awu (limited 7")
Cat: AFRO 4505. Rel: 27 Aug 15
International
  1. K Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas - "Kyenkyen Bi Adi M'awu" (4:25)
  2. Ebo Taylor - "Heaven" (4:15)
Review: Two Ghanaian grooves from 1977 on Mr Bongo's perennial Afro 45s series. First up the legendary K Frimpong with what is largely believed to be his biggest track of the era: "Kyenkyen Bi Adi M'awu". A tight fusion of highlight guitars and much more persistent organs and percussion, it's a timeless example of Afrobeat's finest fusion. Flip for Ebo Taylor's "Heaven". Released on his debut album that's regularly spotted passing hands for $500, full focus here is on the horn sections. Bold, major chords and tightly wrapped around the woodblock rhythm; just sit back and let the instrumentation saturate you. Heavenly.
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Time Out (heavyweight audiophile vinyl LP)
Cat: VNL 12206LP. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Jazz
  1. Blue Rondo A La Turk (6:39)
  2. Strange Meadow Lark (7:18)
  3. Take Five (5:15)
  4. Three To Get Ready (5:21)
  5. Kathy's Waltz (4:48)
  6. Everybody's Jumpin' (4:21)
  7. Pick Up Sticks (4:22)
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Playboys (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: VNL 12209. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Jazz
  1. For Minors Only (4:02)
  2. Minor Yours (6:44)
  3. Resonant Emotions (5:42)
  4. Tynan Tie (5:34)
  5. Picture Of Heath (6:43)
  6. For Miles & Miles (6:21)
  7. CTA (5:12)
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Hard 2 Handle (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MM 04. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Funk
  1. Hard 2 Handle (DJ Suro Refix) (2:29)
  2. Por Eso (DJ Suro Refix) (3:15)
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At Last! (LP)
Cat: VNL 18718. Rel: 18 Oct 19
Jazz
  1. Anything To Say You're Mine (2:37)
  2. My Dearest Darling (3:01)
  3. Trust In Me (2:59)
  4. A Sunday Kind Of Love (3:17)
  5. Tough Mary (2:25)
  6. I Just Want To Make Love To You (3:06)
  7. At Last (3:01)
  8. All I Could Do Was Cry (2:57)
  9. Stormy Weather (3:08)
  10. Girl Of My Dreams (2:22)
 in stock $7.52
Tried (7")
Cat: ZEN 7497. Rel: 07 Mar 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Tried (feat Little Dragon) (3:33)
  2. Tried (instrumental) (3:32)
Review: Despite not releasing all that much in 2018, Canadian nu-jazz combo BADBADNOTGOOD's reputation continued to rise. That was in no small part due to their eye-catching collaboration with Little Dragon, which resulted in the digital release of "Tried" back in September. Now the track has been given a deserved seven-inch single release by Ninja Tune. With LD lead vocalist Yukimi Nagano doing her best to channel the spirit of Minnie Riperton, "Tried" has a similarly languid, jazz/folk/soul fusion feel as some of the best works by Rotary Connection. BADBADNOTGOOD's admiration of the Charles Stepney-produced band comes through loud and clear through the choice of instruments and arrangements. For further proof, check the accompanying flipside instrumental mix.
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Played by: Vito lalinga
 in stock $8.60
Cat: GP 712013. Rel: 25 Jun 13
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. On My Way To Harlem (Jazz & Cole edit)
  2. 1960 What ? (Jazz & Cole edit)
Review: A modern day Scott-Heron, without the myriad of demons on his back, Grammy-nominated jazz singer Porter has such a distinctive voice, charm and band command. He clearly lends himself well to edit culture (as proved by the huge success of the many "1960 What?" versions in recent years) and this 7" from Expansion is no exception. "On My Way To Harlem" is straight up narrative jazz with fantastic attention paid to the subtle samba and solemn horns. "1960 What?" speaks for itself; far more authentic to the original than the other versions that have popped up, if you've not already got a favourite edit - Jazz & Cole have the answer.
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 in stock $8.60
Cat: MRB 7145. Rel: 20 Nov 18
International
  1. What You Want To Be? (O Que Voce Que Apostar?) (2:09)
  2. These Are The Songs (Esta E A Cancao) (2:59)
Review: Tim Maia's 1968 debut single, "What You Want To Be", has long been a favourite of dusty-fingered Latin music enthusiasts. Original copies, though, have long been out of the price range of most DJs and collectors. Happily, Mr Bongo has struck a deal to reissue it. The title track is something of a scorching dancefloor-treat - a boogaloo-era slab of Latin funk in which Maia and chums sing in English atop a bustling rhythm track and some seriously heavy horns. B-side "These Are The Songs" is a much more relaxed and laidback, samba-soaked affair, closer in tone to early 1960s U.S soul songs of the sort regularly covered by the Beatles early in the career.
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 in stock $8.07
  1. Calypso Queen (5:01)
  2. No Madame (3:31)
 in stock $7.87
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