The four tracks showcased here were performed and produced by an artist whose fame in Guadeloupe sadly never spread any further, Max Rambhojan. Thriller gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP. You’ll find a fine example of his woozy, laidback and emotion-rich approach on the B-side of this Mukatsuku Records outing, which marks his first appearance on wax since Uphill Peace Of Mind limited 7″. You even managed to finish it off. Flipside “7 Bar Thing” is a little more relaxed in feel, but no less percussive, as Manzanza showcases his drumming versatility on a cut rich in funk-fuelled double bass and swelling, decidedly intergalactic synths. Soul Flip Edits 6 7″ 1 per customer. Ai if you are clean down there, when your husband meets another woman abin ALLAH ya sawake that isnt clean down there ba ze kara komawa ba.
The wonderfully dusty, smoky and life-affirming hip-hop-soul cut first appeared as a Swedish only CD single in , before later being included on the Stockholm stalwart’s debut album “Soul Search”. Aretha’s Gold reissue limited gold vinyl LP. On the A side we have the sleazy exotic ’70s funk of “The New Bell” while on the flip, you are treated to the jazz-funk laced trip of “Fight To Finish” where the drummer does his best impression of Jab’o Starks blending together an early funk and hip-hop rhythm. Risin’ To The Top 7″. Make Me Believe In You 7″. Over on the flip Wilson layers up organ and sax lines on a suitably soft focus cover of Clifton Davis’s teary-eyed soul favourite “Never Can Say Goodbye”. For their latest release, Matasuna Records has put away their re-editing scalpel and instead decided to serve up two obscure old gems by Peru-based Argentine artist Enrique Lynch. For a brief period between and , Peruvian band Black Sugar recorded some seriously heavy fusions of soul, rock and jazz.
So far, the fluid collective’s releases have been inspired, with Gordon giddily joining the dots between post-punk, spiritual jazz, electronica and much more besides. In the early ’70s, Cymande made a trio of killer albums that remain stone cold classics to this day. On the A you’ll find “Fug”, a low-slung, bassline-driven party full of killer drum breaks, righteous horn solos and, and conscious lyrics that call for global action against inequality little, it seems, has changed politically since.
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DISCO come together to release a 12″ EP containing four of Nana Tuffour’s greatest electronic burger highlife tracks including the massive ‘Sikyi Medley’ and ‘Asamando’accompanied by interview-based liner notes. It’s one of those you should really own, as is the ever more familiar flipside “Brothers On The Slide”, which boasts one of the most recognizable grooves in the history of dance music.
Oye Edits coloured vinyl 12″. Flip for the instant horn-heaved call to arms “Sound Of The Witchdoctor”. While previous instalments have largely focused on heavy Afro-funk and Afro-soul, this fifth edition showcases material recorded during the disco and boogie era Instead, he focuses on the track’s rubbery tropical rhythms, calypso-inspired synthesized kalimba melodies, Berg’s deliciously dreamy chord sequences and the undeniably glassy-eyed sense of sunrise-inspired release. Baki ga mu shuwa ba mijin mu yanda mu ke rike shi, ai yana daga cikin sirrin rike miji.
While the previous volume largely focused on forgotten Japanese jazz-funk, this edition is more eclectic in tone, variously touching on rare groove, new wave, soul and disco.
This track album features three brand new remixes of highly revered production duo Chic, by Grammy-award nominated producer Dimitri From Paris. Galaxy Sound Co hit hard with two more edits. Na zauna na gaya mishi yadda mu kayi da me halawa, he laughed har da tsugunawa. It’s A Mess 12″. Sabi Get Down heavyweight vinyl LP repress.
Not to be slept on. Since first emerging at the tail end of the ’90s, Simon Green has become downtempo music’s most marketable star, appealing just as much to epsode listeners and something housewives as underground heads. He’s also added some well-placed dub delays here and there, too, transforming the track into the kind of loved-up tropical chugger that probably sounds awesome while watching the sun go down.
All three tracks feel eisode, warm and immediate, as if they were jammed-out in one take.
Curiously, it was never released as a single at the time, making this surprise 7″ edition something of a bonus for those still searching for the track. On the A-side you’ll find elisode brilliantly breezy, horn-heavy samba-soul sunshine of “Would You Believe In Me”, a song so beloved to Lucien that he re-recorded it several times later in his career.
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Sabuwar wakar da akayiwa Jaruma empire mai taken babbar giwa. Over on the flip Wilson layers up organ and sax lines on a suitably soft focus cover of Clifton Davis’s teary-eyed soul favourite “Never Can Say Goodbye”. Sample-digging beat-maker DJ Mitsu The Beats has been churning out blazed grooves and hazy, head-nodding workouts for well over 15 years. Your email address will not be published.
Although it was his eponymous debut album that cemented his star status, it was the single that preceded the set, “Karam Bani”, that established his reputation. It’s far funkier and more elastic in feel, with horn arrangements and a chunky groove reminiscent of some Teena Marie tracks from the same period.
Bangini drums, horns, and a sweet bass line, the guys knew how to lay it down. 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.
Na lyla hular tsafin da kuke cewa ni matsafiya ce gobe ma ku sake bude shafin ku zage ni. Fresh from 68, and still as bewitching You Gotta Know It 7″ 1 per customer. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. I Know You Feel It double 12″. B-side “Too Late”, a sumptuous, boogaloo-sounding soul number in which the group sings in English over a Blackbyrds-esque backing track, is similarly impressive.