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Cat: 424726 Rel: 09 Jun 11
 
Record box holds 30 x 7"
Notes: Record box holds up to 30 x 7" records.
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out of stock $43.42
Notes: The 'Pocket Jams Vinyl 45 Pouch Bag' is a small 7 inch bag with zipper with a unique 45rpm design.
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out of stock $9.30
Notes: The 'Pocket Jams Vinyl 45 Zipper Pouch Bag' is a small 7 inch bag with zipper with a unique 45rpm design.
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out of stock $9.30
Singles
Cat: RS 45 033. Rel: 25 Jul 16
Soul
  1. You Keep Coming Back (3:15)
  2. My Little Someone (4:16)
Review: 100% Pure Poison were formed in 1974 by nine American soldiers based in West Germany. During a period of leave, they popped down to Cannes in France to perform, were spotted by EMI Records, and were flown to London to record what turned out to be their only album, Coming Right At You. The record flopped at the time, but has since become sought-after amongst Northern Soul collectors. The two tracks here are taken from that set, and appear on 7" for the first time since the '70s. A-side "You Keep Coming Back" is a near perfect, heartfelt soul anthem- think eyes-closed vocals, sustained horns and Motown harmonies - while "My Little Someone" is a slower, more impassioned cut destined to soundtrack tender moments.
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Gespielt von: I Love 45's!
out of stock $9.30
Windy C Collection (double 7")
Cat: DYNAM 7011/12. Rel: 21 Jun 18
Funk
  1. Windy C (5:23)
  2. Puppet On A Chain (3:47)
  3. No More City, No More Country (45 edit) (4:15)
  4. Holes In My Shoes (3:32)
Review: 1974's Coming Right At You, the sole album from 100% Pure Poison, has long been a sought-after jazz-funk gem. Soul Brother has previously reissued the rare (and increasingly expensive) LP, though this double 7" marks the first time most of these tracks have been available on wax since 2001. Check first opener (and title track) "Windy C", a superb chunk of lolloping, laidback jazz-funk that sits somewhere between Bob James and Cymande, before turning your attention to the slow-burn soulful delights of string-laden torch song "Puppet On A Chain". Over on the second 7", "No More City, No More Country" is a more hard-spun Blaxploitation funk affair, while "Hole In My Shoe" is a horn-fired slab of J.B's style funk-soul fusion.
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 in stock $15.25
Cat: SPANK 706. Rel: 16 Aug 06
Rock (All)
  1. You Excite Me
  2. Inside/Outside (BBC Session)
Review: Produced by the legendary Soulwax desk driver Tony Platt, "You Excite Me" is the second single to be taken from the bands eagerly awaited second album. They've enjoyed great radio support (Radio 1 airplays from Steve Lamacq, Hugh Stephens, Radio 6 from Tom Robinson, Phil Jupitus and Janice Long at Radio 2) and previous single saw the band receive their first TV play with the video featured on MTV2's 120 Minutes.
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out of stock $3.10
24(7)26 (limited hand-stamped 7")
Cat: MND 29300. Rel: 12 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. 2DeepSoul - "Home"
  2. Owen Jay & Melchior Sultana - "Deserted"
Review: We can't remember the last time we came across a 7" single of straight-up deep house. Certainly, it's a novelty, though there's little novel or cheeky about the two tracks showcased on this diddy, coloured vinyl release from Spain's Minuendo label. 2DeepSoul's A-side, "Home", is effortlessly melodious - a warm, rich and enticing blend of shuffling rhythms, swirling chords and the kind of blissfully electronic melodies that make you want to dance with your eyes shut. There's a more organic and quietly soulful feel about Owen Jay and Melchior Sultana's flipside effort, "Deserted". Blessed with a delicious double bass line, bespoke keys and a whisper of Motor City techno (in terms of the electronics, at least), it's a sublime chunk of sensual deepness.
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out of stock $6.19
Cat: FRY 007. Rel: 20 Jan 10
Funk
  1. I Need You Girl
  2. If Only I Could Prove To You
Review: Fryers presents 'I Need You Girl' from The 3 Pieces. In the early 1970s, Detroit-born jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd moved away from his previous hard-bop jazz base and began to experiment with jazz fusion, jazz-funk, soul-jazz, and rhythm and blues. Teaming up with the Mizell Brothers, they produced 'Black Byrd', which was enormously successful and became Blue Note Records' highest-ever selling album. The Mizell Brothers followed up their success with more albums for Byrd: 'Places and Spaces', 'Steppin' Into Tomorrow' and 'Street Lady' were also big sellers, and have subsequently provided a rich source of samples for acid jazz artists such as Us3. Another Donald Byrd production was for The 3 Pieces, a vocal trio signed to Fantasy Records. Until now the their music has been confined to their 1975 album 'Vibes of Truth', so it's about time that someone took the two strongest tracks from their masterpiece and cut them onto a 45. Not only that but Fryers got hold of the master tapes and did a special transfer just for the 45. So now you have two of the most sublime '70s soul dancers on 7", sounding better than ever: rich soulful strings, crispy sharp drums and deep ranging bass. 1975 never sounded so good.
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out of stock $5.16
Cat: MRB 7131. Rel: 24 Nov 16
International
  1. Because Of Money (5:54)
  2. Obi Ye Saa Wui (4:21)
Review: The 3rd Generation Band hail from Ghana, recording only six tracks in their time together, all for the Essiebons label and now Mr Bongo reissue these two super rare tracks. The life affirming Afro Rhythm & Blues of "Because Of Money" was also featured on Soundway's Ghana Soundz compilation previously. It was compiled by Andrew Edwards. The band was formed in the late 70's by leader Rockson, a soldier at the time. The original record is extremely rare and this reissue is a replica 7", including the original picture paper sleeve that was carefully restored by Andrew Edwards. B side track "Obi Ye Saa Wui" is African style soul-funk, very influenced by James Brown.
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 in stock $9.57
Cat: DB 7009. Rel: 01 Dec 06
Funk
  1. Get Down People
  2. Do What You Like
Review: 400 Years Of What dropped this often talked about, but seldom seen, single on Counterpart Records back in the heyday of Black Power but the record barely made it out of Ohio. With original copies nearly impossible to uncover, it has only been through deep-pocketed collectors and DJs that anyone has gotten to hear the amazing A-side. Features a burning instrumental track with extended drum breaks and an irresistible groove. The B-side is just as strong, a funkadelic-esque stoned head-nodder with chanted vocals.
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Gespielt von: I Love 45's!
out of stock $7.23
Showtime/The Zone (hand-numbered 7" limited to 200 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: GSM 001. Rel: 26 Jul 16
Funk
  1. Showtime (3:54)
  2. The Zone (3:50)
Review: looking for a drum and breaks heavy 45 to destroy your dancefloor ? Try this for size picking up props from those big DJ's in the know - Limited to 200 hand -numbered copies . Don't sleep !
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out of stock $16.03
Cat: GRRR 8. Rel: 22 Nov 06
Rock (All)
  1. Money Is The Drug
  2. Saying My Name
Review: Limited 7" from Tigertrap Records.
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out of stock $3.62
Cat: DRONE 79. Rel: 03 Jun 06
Leftfield
  1. Part A
  2. Part O
Review: "You never cross the same river twice! Panta Rhei!" Behind this project with the strange name (German for "eel-catch with horse-head") is one Mirko Uhlig from Germany, who had few CDR-releases so far, most of them standing out through their weird surrealistic coloration. In the meantime he's also built his own label Ex Ovo. "Fragment 36" relates to a quote from Heraclites showing that "everything deliquesces" at any moment and can never be the same as one moment before. According to that, Aalfang Mit Pferdekopf's first and last ever 7" creates two drone-minimal pieces with very high dynamics, using watersounds and Glockenspiel, drenched into overtune-feedback-resonances & dark deep drones.
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out of stock $7.23
TX0 (hand-stamped 7")
Cat: CPU 00110100. Rel: 02 Nov 17
Electro
  1. All The Eyes (3:58)
  2. TX0 (2:53)
Review: While many electronic artists operating in the underground would kick their catalogues off with some EPs here and there, Andy Brown, codename AB2088, preferred to drop two debut LPs before landing on Central Processing Unit with this mighty 10". Right from the start of "All The Eyes", you can hear that this dude likes to create music rather than effective tracks, with all sorts of deep and complex musical harmonies encircling the air above the tune's more straight-laced beat groove. Even on the flipside, namely through the excellent "TX0", you can hear a story being pieced together, a tense and energetic bundle of sounds yearning to explode out of the system. Deep, deep electro thrills for the lovers...
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out of stock $6.72
Corre Riba Corre Baxo (limited 7")
Cat: SSS 007. Rel: 12 Jun 14
International
  1. Abel Lima E Les Sofas - "Corre Riba Corre Baxo"
  2. Abel Lima Des Iles Du Cap Vert - "Nos Maos"
Review: Supreme Cape-Verdean funk from the 70s, two of Abel Lima's most distinctive cuts are re-energised by Sofrito. "Corre Riba Corre Baxo" translates to what comes up must come down... But there's no come down here; pure positivity oozes from every highlife guitar strum and the overwhelming presence of the walking bassline. "Nos Maos" is a tad more subdued as the French and Portuguese lyrics pin down a tight, horn-led Caribbean groove. Act fast: as with all Super Singles, this one is super-limited!
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out of stock $6.98
La Pina Madura (7" + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: NYCT 7038. Rel: 10 May 18
International
  1. La Pina Madura (part 1) (4:52)
  2. La Pina Madura (part 2) (4:43)
Review: Abelardo Carbono must be one of Colombia's most legendary artists, particularly for championing the sound of "champeta", a guitar-led style that has come to represent the South American country and its music. The Names You Can Trust imprint comes through with a glorious one-tracker by Carbono himself, alongside his 'Grupo' and, unsurprisingly, the masterful modern production of Quantic. "La Pina Madura" is a beast of a track, all built with percussive glory and the fiery South American zest that is made all the more effective by Quantic's post-production work. Slightly off-kilter and irregular in its shapes, this is undoubtedly a 7" single that you will want to bust out this summer. Blazing hot!


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out of stock $10.86
Cat: RTRADS 341. Rel: 21 Jun 06
 
Rock (All)
  1. Hypnotised
  2. I Think I'll Move
Review: This is the first single taken from their second long player "Do Whatever Turns you on". Aberfeldy front man Riley Briggs explains, "It was a pretty basic kind of pop song," admits Riley "I like nice, easy-to-trip-off-the-tongue lyrics, and lots of alliteration. The song was written in the context of ID cards and CCTV everywhere. You're being watched and monitored all the time and being encouraged to switch off at the same time".
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out of stock $2.06
Hook Me (7")
Cat: PPU 065. Rel: 01 May 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hook Me
  2. Sneak Previews
Review: PPU shine the light on Leroy Ace Miller, a funk musician hailing from Macon, Georgia, which is where Otis Redding, Little Richard and James Brown all cut their teeth. The label notes Miller got his breakthrough in 1985 with Teacher, released on the indie California label Marina Sound overseen by Ron Patton. The pair would later work together with Ace Miller delivering two dusty lo fi funk cuts for the Baywest label set up by Patton in 1986. Original copies of "Hook Me/Sneak Previews" are fetching upwards of several hundred pounds on the collectors market so a round of applause to PPU for facilitating this official reissue. Miller is now apparently an attorney in Macon, but still dedicates his spare time to recording in his home studio!
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out of stock $6.19
Cat: JM 058. Rel: 05 Dec 06
Funk
  1. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
  2. White Christmas
Review: Wild and crazy sitar-laced versions of these 2 festive tunes.
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out of stock $5.16
Cat: GU 29. Rel: 25 Apr 14
Indie
  1. I'm Not The One
  2. In Your Head
  3. Suicide
  4. Change Your Mind
  5. I'm Achin'
  6. Your Face
Review: Blown out raw punk from Finland. This is a US pressing of a fantastic 45 that went under the radar of many people when it originally came out. Upcoming LP this summer on Going Underground - get ready! Edition of 400 copies.
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out of stock $6.19
Cat: BYM 026. Rel: 01 May 14
Rock
  1. Clap Ya Feet
  2. Puerta 7
Review: In the early days of the Chilean psych underground, two art students join forces to create a new musical project called Acid Call. The band was formed in early 2007 by Ignacio Gatica (aka Blok) and Martin Kaulen (ex-Watchout!). The duo combined influences like Silver Apples, Suicide, Young Jazz Rebels, Sun Ra, Add N to (X), Wu-Tang Clan and Santana, creating a hypnotic and repetitive sound using mixers, cheap keyboards and bass.

During their brief career, the band did some gigs, generating lots of attention from the small circle of people who used to attend the shows. In this period, the New Chilean Psych Underground was emerging. Acid Call. Cindy Sisters, WatchOut!, La Hell Gang, The Psychedelic Schafferson Jetplane, Holydrug Couple and Follakzoid were part of a brilliant generation of bands deserving international attention. And finally, international exposure started. Terminal Boredom and WFMU were the first ones who fell in love with Acid Call. Sadly, their members started to be focused in another projects leaving the band in a period of undefined hibernation. Some recordings in digital format circulate just in circles related to the band members, but finally, a posthumous 7" is here. "Clap Ya Feet" and "Puerta 7" are real testimonies of the real potential of this duo and also represent a unique moment in the history of the Chilean underground music.
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out of stock $6.72
Cat: FRY 016. Rel: 08 Nov 12
Funk
  1. Am I The Same Girl
  2. Love Makes A Woman
Review: A '68 Brunswick classic that's since been covered and sampled by many, Barbara earned her stripes as a backing vocalist on the legendary Chess Records. This, her sophomore single, brought her to the masses and has settled in many a digger's collection ever since. The slightly lesser known "Love Makes A Women" is equally as powerful, and comes with a rather funky swing. Fryers don't churn out represses like their peers... But when they do, they're gold.
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out of stock $9.30
After Dark EP (hand-stamped double 7")
Cat: AOS 005. Rel: 26 Mar 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Act Of Sedition - "LDCE" (MikeandTess edit) (4:30)
  2. Don Ray - "Got To Have Nothing" (Might Mouse dub) (4:28)
  3. The Blackbyrds - "Rock Creek Park" (Lego edit) (4:38)
  4. Michael Jackson - "PYT" (Bully Boy Refix) (4:40)
Review: Another double dose of seven-inch action from the Art of Sedition crew, who once again offer up a quartet of floor-focused re-edits stretched across two dinky slabs of wax. Mighty Mouse's punchy instrumental dub of Don Ray's "Got To Have Nothing" also hits the spot. On the second disc, Lego Edit flexes his muscles with a locked in, house style take of the bass-heavy classic "Rock Creek Park", before Bully Boy does his best Reflex impression on what sounds like a ground-up stems revision of MJ classic "PYT".
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out of stock $12.67
Unreal Personality (hand-numbered 1-sided clear flexi-disc + matte printed insert)
Cat: MW 044. Rel: 07 Jun 13
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Unreal Personality
Review: Veronica Vasicka's Minimal Wave label continue their experimentations with the 7" format here, issuing a one track release from obscure Dutch duo The Actor on a clear flexi-disc complemented by the usual array of attractive design trimmings. Formed of Breda based pair Marcel Reimer and Sander Horsthuis, The Actor emerged from the Dutch home taping scene in the early eighties inspired by the likes of DAF, Soft Cell, Depeche Mode and Fad Gadget. Signed by cult Dutch cassette label Trumpett, The Actor released two albums on tape format with this 7" culling the lead track off their debut album Exploding View. Described by Minimal Wave as the archetypal The Actor song, "Unreal Personality" was recorded using an array of primitive synth and drum machines and Reimar's sarcastic tone sounds all the better for being remastered from it's original analogue source tape.
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out of stock $9.05
Cat: RUG 231. Rel: 03 Aug 06
Rock (All)
  1. Launch Yourself (Four Tet mix)
  2. Launch Yourself (Thomas Eriksen mix)
Review: The key cut from "Love And Other Planets" gets the remix treatment from some great current talent. Being the most percussive and groove based track on the album, "Launch Yourself" lends itself perfectly to some inspired and diverse remixes. Current breakthrough hipsters Hot Chip deliver a skanking slow hip hop groove, Four Tet give it a mental acid house workhouse and upcoming Swedish Maestro Eriksen perhaps trumps the lot with a hyper r'n'b roller.
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out of stock $2.06
Cat: RUG 231X. Rel: 03 Aug 06
Rock (All)
  1. Launch Yourself (Hot Chip mix)
  2. Launch Yourself (original version)
Review: The key cut from "Love And Other Planets" gets the remix treatment from some great current talent. Being the most percussive and groove based track on the album, "Launch Yourself" lends itself perfectly to some inspired and diverse remixes. Current breakthrough hipsters Hot Chip deliver a skanking slow hip hop groove, Four Tet give it a mental acid house workhouse and upcoming Swedish Maestro Eriksen perhaps trumps the lot with a hyper r'n'b roller.
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out of stock $2.06
Cat: PETITENFANT 015. Rel: 05 Apr 17
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Dom Var Flera (3:32)
  2. Ligger Tyst (2:17)
Review: Adolf Filter are Swedish duo Daniel Svraka & Conny Klenze: a new wave band that combines synthpop and cold wave. The group has been likened to the early work of Front 242 and sing in English and Swedish. The band was founded in 2004. but have made music since 1986. Dutch label Enfant Terrible have championed their works over two EPs in the early noughties. This being their first outing in several years! Together with the Swedish group Kord and Monster Apparat the group performed in Gifgrond in Tilburg. Grungy and lo-fi EBM in the vein of Borft Records
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out of stock $10.33
Cat: GET 7617. Rel: 29 May 18
Deep House
  1. No Way Back (vocal) (5:00)
  2. No Way Back (5:00)
Review: While both Adonis' music and the entirety of the TRAX imprint are usually found slamming hard on 12", Get On Down have decided to reissue 1986's "No Way Back" onto 7". Is this a conceptual move? Perhaps, but what we do know is that this material was among the very first house productions to break off from disco and boogie, so the format is somewhat justified. The tune itself is an unmissable anthem to this day, with its seductive bass engulfing anything in its path, not to mention those drum-machine swings! There's an instrumental, too, in case you wanna fool around a bit.
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out of stock $9.05
Cat: AIM 100-11. Rel: 26 Oct 06
Leftfield
  1. We All Agree Its Grand
  2. Our Paws Applause
Review: Adventure Time are Daedelus (Ninja Tune/Eastern Developments) and Frosty, fast talker and co-founder of web radio dublab.com. They weave audio action with magic sea foam. Come along for an escapade in surreal soundscapes. Their hopped up polyrhythms give majorettes and marionettes a reason to dance.
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out of stock $5.16
Cat: 45L 7003. Rel: 20 Jun 17
Funk
  1. Seven Breaks (3:44)
  2. Seven Breaks (instrumental) (3:42)
  3. Cuts (0:04)
Review: Long-time turntablist, erstwhile Christine band member and recent 45 Live crew member, North French Aeon Seven delivers his first ever 45. A loose-swinging, wah wah-rattling, organ-blasting feel good b-boy bomb with all the cheeky chops and cuts you'd expect from a deck wizard of his calibre, "Seven Breaks" is primed for party and battling devastation. Complete with a creative DJ acapella scratch cut, this 45 is alive.
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out of stock $9.82
Open Your Heart Part 1 (limited 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: SCT 001. Rel: 06 Oct 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Open Your Heart (part 1) (2:40)
  2. Satisfactorize Your Mind (2:45)
Review: The work of obscure, conscious funk outfit Africano has previously proved popular with reissue labels, in part due to the rare nature of their original 1970s releases. This limited 7" single features two of their finest tracks: the fairly well known "Open Your Heart", and 1973's "Satisfactorize Your Mind". While the latter is a string-drenched treat that feels like a dustier, slightly more psychedelic take on the Philadelphia International sound, it's "Open Your Heart" that most impresses. Featuring urgent, passionate vocals, winding horn lines and a stomping funk-soul beat, it remains the outfit's finest moment bar none.
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out of stock $9.57
Boula Niit Tognie (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: PWEP 56. Rel: 10 Apr 19
International
  1. Boula Niit Tognie (4:13)
  2. Boula Niit Tognie (Ryuhei The Man re-edit) (2:59)
Review: Nothing screams global music culture like a Senegalese-Japanese Afrobeat band, although listening to Afro Begue you would imagine all creative minds involved come from the mother continent. "Boula Niit Tognie" is a wonderfully expressive slice of Afrobeat in the finest tradition of the sound, all interwoven guitar twisting out complex but utterly natural sounding configurations, and a tumbling rhythm section you can happily float away to. Ryuhei The Man steps up for a re-edit on the flip that does a delicate job of beefing the track up for the club - the difference is subtle, but worthwhile, like a good re-edit should be.
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 in stock $14.47
  1. Philadelphia Mambo (5:05)
  2. Girl From Ipanema (5:04)
Review: The dusty-fingered diggers behind TRAMP Records have unearthed something rather special here: an unreleased, full-length recording of a live performance by hitherto unheralded combo Afro Blue Persuasion, an Afro-Cuban Jazz band fronted by Bay Area stalwart Ulysses Crockett. The full album, "Live at Haight Levels", will be released in 2019. As a taster, TRAMP has served up two tight edits of epic album tracks. "Philadelphia Mambo" is particularly potent, with breezy piano riffs and inspired saxophone solos rising above and distinctive mambo groove and tons of additional hand percussion. The flipside features their loose, solo-laden interpretation of bossanova classic "Girl From Ipanema". It's pretty darn good, though lacks the sheer ebullience of the more dancefloor-focused A-side.
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out of stock $10.08
Cuban Fantasy (7" + insert)
Cat: TR 265. Rel: 07 Mar 19
Jazz
  1. Cuban Fantasy (4:33)
  2. Poinciana (4:58)
Review: TRAMP Records continues to serve up tracks from "Live at Haight Levels", a rare 1960s recording of Bay Area stalwart Ulysses Crockett's little-known Afro-Cuban jazz band, Afro-Blue Persuasion. Both "Cuban Fantasy" and "Poinciana" have been edited to fit on a seven-inch, with the epic original versions naturally featuring in full-length form on the separately available two-part album. "Cuban Fantasy" is especially good, with wild flute solos and fluid piano motifs rising above a densely percussive Afro-Cuban groove. "Poinciana", meanwhile, is an altogether jauntier and breezier proposition rich in hot and heavy sax, Tito Puente style drums and more offbeat piano riffs.
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out of stock $9.82
Cat: AFBR 3. Rel: 16 Jun 14
Funk
  1. Confusion Beats
  2. You Beats
Review: Edits don't get much more naked than this latest batch from the Afro Breaks camp. Both "Confusion" and "You" take an array of Fela ingredients and strip them right back to the bare carnal backbone. The results are super-spacious beat tracks coated in dubbed out flurries of activity. The lolloping bass and reverbed snare on "Confusion" will instantly hypnotise while the cut-strut guitar and percussive insistency on "You" will have hips shaking from the dancefloor right through to the smoking area. Bona fide beat treats.
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out of stock $8.53
Cat: FSR 7037. Rel: 04 Oct 07
Funk
  1. Stop You're Killing Me
  2. Latinspiration
Review: The trio of Afro Elements formed in May of 1995, but live the band expands to at least an eight piece, with guitar, horn section, percussion and vocals. With Afro Elements appearing as backing band to Mr.Gone and other visiting artists throughout Europe, releases came to a brief stop, however many members of the band contributed to the soul-funk album "Stories", released in 2005 under the name Black Gold Massive. "Stop You're Killing Me", out on Freestyle, is a top release that can't be missed.
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out of stock $4.13
Cat: SC 716. Rel: 18 May 17
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Red Light District (3:28)
  2. The Game Of Love (4:02)
Review: Building on the heat of last year's "Devil Made Me Do It", Alex Puddu's Afro Soul Prophecy returns with more smoking jazz fusions. "Red Light District" is as hot and illicit as the title suggests thanks to its prominent drums and heated horn work. "The Game Of Love" plays the perfect counter with its much softer, sentimental swoons and loungey dynamics. Instant summer soul soothers.
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 in stock $6.72
Cat: SC 717. Rel: 18 May 17
Funk
  1. Daddy's Groove (4:52)
  2. Let Me Be Your Lover (4:40)
Review: Alex Puddu's Afro Soul Prophecy project continues to blaze into the year with pure molten lava grooves. "Daddy's Groove" is a perfect summer heater with its laid back horns that ooze over the wah wah licks and strutting rim-shots. "Let Me Be Your Lover" takes more of a Latin approach with its upbeat rhythm and bossa tendencies. Listen out for those cosmic guitars in the background... Dreamy business.
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Malik (7")
Cat: CORD 7004. Rel: 22 Nov 17
Soul
  1. Malik (Difusion edit) (4:52)
  2. A Fool No Longer (4:56)
Review: Cordial have partnered with Afrodisia to reissue their sought-after album, 1980's Elephant Sunrise, in 2018, with an album of previously unreleased recordings to follow. To whet our appetite, they've decided to release the never-before-heard "Malik", a brilliant chunk of jazz-funk fusion that would have got jazz dancers hot under the collar had it appeared when it was originally recorded way back in 1982. On the B-side you'll find the similarly minded "A Fool No Longer", a dancefloor-focused chunk of blue-eyed soul that has previously only been available on obscure 1981 compilation album Rock Aus Der Alten Schule. Brilliant stuff all told.
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 in stock $10.86
Cat: LZYRR 102. Rel: 03 Sep 18
Funk
  1. Whatever You Want (4:52)
  2. Keep Stepping (4:21)
Review:  Two cosmic afro adventures from Lazy Robot's Tom Funk and friend Ozan Nid as they make their Afronova debut. "Whatever You Want" is a heady excursion that refuses to keep still. Coming on strong like a Smith & Mudd jam, it suddenly opens up into a near evangelistic breakdown where soaring toplines weave over a broad slow-mo highlight riff. "Keep Stepping" takes us down even deeper Balearic rabbit holes with long synth vapour trails lapping over a sedate percussive Lagosian groove.
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out of stock $7.23
Fiebre En La Jungla (limited 7")
Cat: LATIN45 010. Rel: 26 Mar 15
International
  1. The Afrosound - "Fiebre En La Jungla" (3:13)
  2. Wganda Kenya - "Tipit Heyd" (3:39)
Review: Two previously rare Julio Ernesto 'Fruko' Estrada productions on one super-juicy 45! First up are The Afrosound with a cover of The Chakachas' instantly recognisable "Fiebre En La Jungla". Throwing an array of steamy, sensuous vocal textures, it will cause some serious heat on any floor whose dancers knows the original. We remain in Columbia on the B as one of Wganda Kenya's rarest Disco Fuentes 45s gets a revisit. Heavily percussive cumbia laced with rich organ-primed funk, things get really hypnotic when the groove strips back to the insistent rhythm devices.
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You're A Melody (triple 7" + magazine) (1 per customer)
Cat: MEL 003/MEL004/MEL005. Rel: 16 Mar 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. You're A Melody (3:09)
  2. You're A Melody (extended disco) (4:20)
  3. I Feel Like Dancing (3:37)
  4. Theme For Someone Special (4:21)
  5. Trust Me (3:24)
  6. Dance Awhile (3:24)
Review: Not just a beautiful compliment to pay someone special, but a hugely influential record that inspired Floating Points' now legendary Plastic People parties, too... A super obscure and expensive one at that. Now re-issued on Floating Points' own Melodies imprint - across three 45s - the Detroit band get full exposure with the deliciously funky main track enjoying two versions before dipping into the softer, more pastoral charms of "I Feel Like Dancing" and the string-led swoon festival, "Theme For Someone Special". We close on two contrasting grooves; an earthy ballad ("Trust Me") and a Whitfield & Strong style funk instrumental ("Dance Awhile"). Cheers Sam!
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Rar (7")
Cat: AR 084VL. Rel: 27 Aug 15
Funk
  1. Rar (single version) (3:56)
  2. Rar (Radio Citizen vinyl mix) (3:57)
Review: Berlin's finest contemporary Afrofunk quintet lay down a freaky piece of spirited cosmic boogie where all is not what it seems... What begins as a pretty straight forward groove is gradually layered with more and more Manzarek-style freestyle organ slapping. The result is a really dense but playful construction that sounds genuinely unique. Looking for something with just a little more framework? Flip for Radio Citizen's chunkier, floor-minded remix. Rar indeed!
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out of stock $8.53
Cat: SCSI 002/102485. Rel: 07 May 08
Dancehall/Ragga
  1. We Got Soul
  2. We Got Soul (instrumental)
Review: Limited edition funky reggae from Malaysia !!
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out of stock $4.13
Cat: NYCT 7037. Rel: 01 Mar 18
International
  1. Norwegian Wood (3:52)
  2. Darker Shade Of Black (4:49)
Review: Two years on from the release of their debut seven-inch on Names You Can Trust, cumbia combo Agrupcion Ilegal Los Amparciales returns with something bizarre but utterly brilliant: a psychedelic cumbia cover version of The Beatles' classic "Norwegian Wood". It shouldn't work, of course, but it does, with the familiar melody - sung and played on electric guitars manipulated to sound a little like sitars - rising above a heavy bassline, layered Colombian percussion, reggae style organ stabs and party style whoops and hollers. B-side "Darker Shade of Black" is basically a pitched-down, beefed-up dub with the track's previously subtle reggae elements pushed to the fore.
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Ni Chicha Ni Limonada (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7025. Rel: 21 Jul 16
International
  1. Ni Chicha Ni Limonada (2:39)
  2. Cumbia Con Sabor (3:40)
Review: There's not a huge amount of fact to chew on when it comes to Argentinian troupe Los Imparciales, their radical rainforest mythology and mission to make you dance doesn't give much away. But their music certainly does.... A fiery Latin melting pot of Cumbia and psychedelia, both sides follow from their previous Bandcamp foundation. "Ni Chicha Ni Limonada" (neither fish nor fowl) is a sweaty stomping brew of organs, guitars, percussion and crowded chants while "Cumbia Con Sabor" slides us much deeper into the swampy tropics with vast Hammond licks and a calypso style rhythm that suddenly switches into the snappiest flamenco imaginable.
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Desire (7")
Cat: DYNAM 7020. Rel: 02 Nov 18
International
  1. Desire (4:13)
  2. Casa Fuerte (4:09)
Review: Copies of Francisco Aguabella's 1977 album "Hitting Hard" are not only extremely hard to come by, but also suitably pricey when they do come up for sale online. Fret not - Dynamite Cuts are here to help. They've decided to reissue two of the Afro-Cuban jazz/funk fusion set's most potent track, thus saving us the need to fork out the best part of 800 pounds. A-side "Ramon's Desire" - a cover of a Ramon Robes song - is suitably breezy, jazzy and positive, with glistening guitar and vibraphone solos combining wonderfully with a soulful vocal. Flipside "Casa Fuerte", on the other hand, is an all-action, high-tempo Afro-Cuban jazz dance treat, with high-octane piano solos rising above a Tito Puente style rhythm track.
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 in stock $10.86
Cat: COMPS 001. Rel: 05 Jul 07
Rock (All)
  1. Wasted Breaths
  2. We Sprout In Thy Soil (single version)
Review: "Wasted Breaths", by David Ahlen, is out on Compunctio. Rickard Javerling played the glockenspiel on this 7" and it was mastered by Christoffer Berg from The Knife.
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out of stock $5.16
Aynotche Terabu (limited 7")
Cat: AFR 45015. Rel: 14 Jun 16
International
  1. Mahmoud Ahmed - "Aynotche Terabu" (with Equators Band) (4:02)
  2. Girma Beyene - "Ene Negn Bay Manesh" (2:24)
Review: The Afro 45's / Mr Bongo lineage has produced some of the hottest, most sizzling funk reissues from around the globe, and this tasty two-header from Mahmoud Ahmed - who has appeared heavily on Portland's monumental Mississippi label - and Girma Beyene, two greats of the African soul / funk heritage. Ahmed's "Aynotche Terabu" is backed by the Equators Band, and the man's voice rides like crispy waves over the dusty percussion and charging trumpets of the outfit; Beyene appears with a less moody but equally brilliant jazz-leaning piece named "Ene Negn Bay Manesh", bringing through the spirot of greats such as Mulatu and the rest of the African luminaries.
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 in stock $8.01
Minor Minor (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: WJ 0703. Rel: 15 Nov 18
Jazz
  1. Olli Ahvenlahti - "Minor Minor" (4:36)
  2. The Stance Brothers - "Minor Minor" (3:17)
Review: "Minor Minor" was one of the strongest cuts on Finnish jazz pianist Olli Ahvenlahti's 2017 set "Thinking, Whistling", so it's great to see the track get a deserved single release. Built around a simple, hip-swinging drumbeat and fluid, surprisingly funky double bass, the track sees Ahvenlahti and tenor sax player Jussi Kannaste battle for supremacy via laidback but on-point solos. On the flipside, drummer/producer Teppo Makynen AKA Teddy Rok dons the Stance Brothers alias to serve up a killer cover version that drags the track further towards jazz-funk territory via slick guitar solos, squeezable synth-bass and some particularly enjoyable vibraphone lines.
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out of stock $6.72
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