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Singles
Cat: EF 76S. Rel: 08 Apr 20
  1. Don't Give Up (3:16)
  2. Sweet Touch Of Love (3:18)
Review: Zulu Men hail from New Orelans and bring plenty of that famous musical city's history to their work. The southwest of Louisiana has birthed greats like Dr. John, Allen Toussaint and Trombone Shorty, all of whom loom large over this new 45. Both sides of the record brim and bristle with big horns, live percussion and shuffling drums that come with dancing keys that will get you up on your toes as the parade rolls by. The B-side houses a cover of one of the legendary Toussaint's biggest hits, "Sweet Touch Of Love".
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Gespielt von: Juno Recommends Funk
 in stock $8.41
Vol II (12")
Cat: TJD 010. Rel: 30 Mar 20
  1. Candy Flip (6:11)
  2. Rendezvous (6:38)
  3. Still Swag (feat Jitwam) (4:22)
  4. Logan's Run (7:13)
  5. Mas O Menos (4:14)
  6. River Run Deep (6:36)
Review: A staple of the Australian Music scene, pals Lewis Moody, Ziggy Zeigeist and Matthew Hayes of Zeitgeist Freedom Energy Exchange offer-up their second album, a collection of jaunty jazz-funk, jazz-house and spaced-out jams guaranteed to improve your mood in these most troubling of times. There's much to enjoy from start to finish, from the fizzing dancefloor jazz rush of "Logan's Run" and the synth-sporting Afro-jazz/jazz-funk fusion of "Candy Flip", to the bubbly boogie-jazz positivity of "River Run Deep" and the hazy house warmth of "Still Swag", a kind of update of the mid 1990s St Germain sound that's worth the entrance fee on its own.
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Cat: MOFUNK 026. Rel: 11 Nov 19
  1. Bodyrock Shotgun (4:23)
  2. El Mero Mero (remix) (4:36)
 in stock $8.62
Turn Off The Lights (limited 7")
Cat: AOE 008. Rel: 20 Mar 20
  1. Turn Off The Lights (4:13)
  2. Fuel For The Fire (3:53)
Review: Sampled by the likes of Groove Armada and The Herbaliser, "Turn Off The Lights" runs with one of those bass licks you've known forever without realising. Flip for the jazz boogie badness of "Fuel For The Fire". Taken from the same 1975 album, here we find the same vocalist, Linda Logan, sharpening her tongue and getting her scat on with furiously funky results. Hard to find on 45, it's yet another example of AOTN's expert curation prowess.
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El Lobo (limited hand-numbered 7")
Cat: SD 0702. Rel: 09 Sep 16
  1. El Bobo (3:20)
  2. El Lobo (Chico Mann remix) (3:58)
 in stock $15.25
Disco Baby (7" + poster) (1 per customer)
Cat: MEL 006. Rel: 28 Jul 17
  1. Disco Baby (3:06)
  2. Disco Baby (Floating Points & Red Greg edit) (3:55)
Review: If online chatter is to be believed, this tasty 7" from Floating Points' Melodies label is one of the most keenly anticipated disco releases of the year. For starters, the A-side boasts an obscure (but in demand) solo production from Manhattan Transfer keyboardist Yaron Gershovsky. "Disco Baby" is a prime chunk of jaunty, jazz-funk influenced disco-funk, the keyboardist's own jammed-out riffs and solos taking pride of place in the mix alongside punchy horns and a lolloping groove. Arguably even better, though, is Floating Points and Red Greg's flipside re-edit, which plays around with the original version's all-too-short drum break before letting the synths, keys and horns really sparkle.
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Sipote (7")
Cat: JMAN 090. Rel: 10 May 12
  1. Sipote
  2. Suite
Review: Born on the French Island of Martinique, Louis Xavier later settled in France where he discovered the freedom of jazz, and an idea to mix his influences into a global melting pot of sound. He formed his band (Synchro Rhythmic Eclectic Language) in Paris in the early '70s, making music that was both spiritual and eclectic for its time. Both tracks are jazz in essence but with instrumental funky rhythms infused with intricate percussion and electric keys.
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Ride (reissue) (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: 801 COLOUR. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Ride (3:33)
  2. Baby You're The One (3:30)
 in stock $13.42
Urban Brew (12" + poster)
Cat: WOT 037. Rel: 14 May 20
  1. Feel (5:57)
  2. Elephant Wave (5:36)
  3. More (7:14)
  4. Something In Blue (4:56)
  5. Emerald (6:22)
  6. Shipping Love Beat (5:33)
  7. Ever (2:21)
 in stock $11.31
Cat: PR 001. Rel: 02 Oct 15
  1. African Pop Session (4:11)
  2. Ekedi (2:50)
 in stock $8.94
Cat: 086973. Rel: 04 Apr 18
  1. Let Me Show You (long vocal version) (0:30)
  2. Let Me Show You (long instrumental) (0:30)
Review: While Larry Wu's one and only single, 1984's "Let Me Show You", has long been considered an 80s boogie classic, it has remained surprisingly hard to find on 12" - hence this timely reissue. As with the original 12", Wu's sparkling Long Version is featured on the A-side. It's perhaps closer in tone to the chart-bothering Jam & Lewis '80s soul sound than the grittier, funkier New York boogie style - think chiming melodies, eyes-closed guitar riffs and a chunky synth-heavy groove - the quality of Wu's soulful lead vocal really is in the top tier. There's also another chance to check the fantastic, dub style flipside Instrumental, which features all manner of dropouts, delay-laden vocal snippets, jammed-out synth solos and slighty more floor-friendly percussion. Essential.
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Cat: SB 7024. Rel: 16 Feb 17
  1. Touch Me Take Me (3:06)
  2. Love Is All You Need (2:40)
 in stock $8.15
Keep It Up (remastered) (white vinyl 7")
Cat: ALSTON 3716WHITE. Rel: 26 Jun 20
  1. Keep It Up (4:11)
  2. The Silence That You Keep (3:27)
Review: Milton Wright's perfect deep Soul classic "Keep It Up" has always been a top shelf record, everything about it is almost flawless! Whether it's Milton's silky vocal delivery, the incessant guitar driven back beat or the total space Funk vibe of his omnipresent ARP-2600 synthesizer this record has it all. Originally released on TK Disco's more Soul and Funk orientated Alston label which was home to many legendary artists and records, this 1975 sunshine classic never fails to make people move. A classic rare groove indeed. "The Silence That You Keep" takes up side-B, a jazzy, flute driven love song that again features Milton's perfect voice and some fantastic arrangement. A real gem of a record, with the original 45 changing hands for over L100 a time in used condition.

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Cat: ZP 30. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. Reset To Zero (4:05)
  2. Looking Through The Window (3:10)
 in stock $12.61
Cat: CRR 0017. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. Happy Hour (1:48)
  2. Corner Pocket (2:57)
 in stock $11.84
Cat: OSV 140. Rel: 11 Aug 15
  1. The World Column - "So Is The Sun" (2:48)
  2. Prince George - "Wrong Crowd" (2:46)
 in stock $10.26
As (12")
Cat: T 5429. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. As
  2. Another Star
 in stock $13.15
Cat: T 54226F12. Rel: 15 Dec 11
  1. Superstition
  2. I Wish
 in stock $13.94
Superstition (reissue) (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: T 54226 F 12 COLOUR. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Superstition (4:30)
  2. I Wish (4:15)
 in stock $13.94
Your Love (limited transparent red vinyl 7")
Cat: WCR 005. Rel: 14 Jan 20
  1. Your Love (2:41)
  2. Apocalypse Party (3:30)
 in stock $9.20
BGP
Cat: BGPS 018. Rel: 15 Dec 03
  1. Spanky Wilson - "Kissing My Love"
  2. Alvin Cash - "Stone Thing"
 in stock $8.94
You (7")
BGP
Cat: BGPS 015. Rel: 28 Mar 03
  1. You
  2. Sunshine Of Your Love
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Cat: DYNAM 7024. Rel: 25 Feb 19
  1. Got To Get Your Own (7" edit) (3:18)
  2. Tight Money (3:45)
Review: For their latest on-point reissue, the Dynamite Cuts crew has raided the bulging back catalogue of soul organist Reuben Wilson. Or, to be more specific, the Cadet-released 1975 set "Got To Get Your Own". Sadly, there's not enough space for the full version of the album's celebrated title track, so Dynamite Cuts has prompted for the no less essential seven-inch edit instead. It remains a stone cold killer that no soul or funk DJ should be without, even in its shortened form. The lesser-known "Tight Money" is no less essential - or heavy, for that matter - with Wilson and pals strutting through a heavyweight Blaxploitation funk cut whose lyrics riff on poverty and Black America's mid-'70s financial crisis.
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Cat: PPR 010. Rel: 15 Feb 19
  1. Out On The Coast (4:31)
  2. Inner Crisis (4:43)
Review: Japanese imprint Ultra Vybe is midway through a seven-inch series focusing on some of the many gems tucked away on albums released by legendary U.S "funky jazz" label Groove Merchant in their early 1970s. Their latest picks are taken from pianist Larry Willis's 1973 set "Inner Crisis". You'll find the album's title track - a warm, mesmerizing and surprisingly melancholic fusion of restless organ lines, jammed-out electric piano solos, classic jazz horns and fussy grooves - on side B, with "Out On The Coast" on the A. This jaunty jazz-funk affair is far more hard-hitting, thanks in no small part to some rousing sax lines, blistering funk drums, razor-sharp jazz guitars and a seriously heavy bassline.
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Discotheque Soul Part II (Break Edit) (limited 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MSH 101. Rel: 13 Jun 17
  1. Ricky Williams - "Discotheque Soul" (part 2 - Break edit) (2:45)
  2. Les Baxter - "Hogin' Machine" (Break edit) (3:22)
Review: Mushi 45 is a new, limited-edition 7" series aimed at those DJs who wish that their favourite obscure funk and soul tracks came with longer drum breaks. On the A-side you'll find a "Break Edit" of Ricky Williams' sought-after 1971 cut "Discotheque Soul (Part II)". In keeping with the vibe of the original, the tasty re-edit is a whirlwind trip through Hammond-laden party funk territory - all wild instrument solos and extended percussion workouts. On the flip, the un-credited editor takes his or her scalpel to Les Baxter's "Hogin Machine", a harmonica-heavy rhythm and blues slammer that first appeared on the artist's 1969 soundtrack to the largely forgotten film Hell's Belles. Since Baxter's original version is little over 90 seconds long, this extended, break-driven re-edit is arguably much needed.
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Cat: 7PR 65003. Rel: 23 Jan 19
  1. Elevate Our Minds (4:33)
  2. City Living (3:06)
Review: During the "rare groove" boom in London during the 1980s, Linda Williams' 1979 album track "Elevate Our Minds" became something of an anthem. 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. It remains a fine song, with Williams' brilliant vocals rising above bossa-influenced beats, warm bass, luscious boogie orchestration and gentle Latin style horn lines. The flipside features "City Living", the title track from the very same 1979 LP that "Elevate Our Minds" was taken. 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.
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Let Me Be The One (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LR 9. Rel: 30 Jan 19
  1. Jaye Williams - "Let Me Be The One" (vocal) (4:52)
  2. Semi Automatic - "Let Me Be The One" (instrumental) (4:36)
Review: The rebirth of 1980s UK soul and reggae imprint Local Records continues apace with the reissue of another John Collins-produced gem from 1984. In signature Collins fashion, the A-side Jaye Williams version of "Let Me Be The One" portrays many of his reggae influences - think liberal use of delay and reverb, as well as a distinctive lilt to the super-sweet vocals - while basing the musical action around a sharp, rubbery backing track rich in fizzing electronics, spacey synths and post-boogie, electro-influenced drums. The flipside Semi-Automatic version is basically Collins' intergalactic soul rhythm track smothered in snaking saxophone solos, which is no bad thing.
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It's Just (7")
Cat: WTR 7003. Rel: 21 Mar 19
  1. The Whole Truth & Eric Boss - "It's Just" (3:21)
  2. The Whole Truth - "It's Just" (instrumental) (3:22)
 in stock $9.20
Cat: TOWN 163. Rel: 25 Aug 16
  1. Danny White - "The Twitch" (2:20)
  2. Betty Bibbs - "Enough For Everybody" (2:53)
 in stock $8.15
  1. It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To Me
  2. Play Your Game, Baby
 in stock $13.15
Jimmie (7")
Cat: 101. Rel: 10 Nov 12
  1. Jimmie
  2. What Pleases You Pleases Me
Gespielt von: I Love 45's!
 in stock $3.14
Hey Baby (7")
Cat: ZP 73004. Rel: 19 Oct 12
  1. Hey Baby
  2. Stop & Think It Over
 in stock $10.00
Right On (7")
Cat: DYNAM 7018. Rel: 02 Oct 18
  1. Right On (4:41)
  2. Doin' What I Wanna (4:07)
Review: Since launching last year, the Dynamite Cuts has delivered a string of killer seven-inch singles featuring sought-after cuts from fantastic old albums and this is another must-have along the same lines. It boasts two tracks from Clarence Wheeler and the Enforcers' 1970 debut album, "Doing What We Wanna Do", neither of which have appeared on a "45" before. You'll find a riotous Hammond funk explosion rich in energetic, break-driven drumming and wild trumpet and organ solos on the B-side, with the similarly sweaty title track nestling on the A. This insatiable number is altogether deeper and looser in feel, with tasty group vocals rising above bustling drums, warm Hammond lines and punchy sax solos.
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Cat: BT 1038. Rel: 28 May 19
  1. Makin' Clouds (5:14)
  2. Situations (3:27)
Review: When it comes to contemporary takes on '80s synth-soul and drum machine heavy boogie-funk, few labels are quite as consistent as Omega Supreme. The U.S imprint's latest missive is another synthesizer-driven revivalist masterpiece. It comes from Westbrook, a new alias of Venturi man Olivier Azemar. A-side "Makin' Clouds" is slow, spacey and atmospheric, with Azemar wrapping cute synth motifs and dreamy electronic chords around rich boogie bass and ricocheting, delay-laden drums. If anything, flipside "Situations" is even better. It cleverly alternates between spacey sections rich in high register lead lines and rubbery grooves that recall the greats of turn-of-the-80s P-funk.
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 in stock $12.89
Soul Makossa (gold vinyl 7")
Cat: F MK 001VS. Rel: 03 Feb 20
  1. West Seattle Soul - "Soul Makossa" (3:02)
  2. The Pulsations - "Black River" (2:48)
 in stock $10.52
Cat: VNG 001. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Seven Minutes Of Funk (part 1)
  2. Seven Minutes Of Funk (part 2)
Review: Those heavyweight funksters at West Loop Chicago are back again with more crucial heat for your boogie bag. This time the mysterious international cabal of edit heads have slipped from City Volts over to Vong45 - a label that may or may not also be under their control. The name tells you all you need to know - seven sweet minutes of luxurious grooves edited with a soft touch to keep the musicality smooth and flowing across both sides of this 7". Anyone who takes the classic '70s sound seriously will be jamming to this - buttery smooth and hot as hell, just how we like it.





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Let Me Do My Thing (reissue) (7" Nachpressung)
Cat: MSR 012. Rel: 10 Jul 20
  1. Let Me Do My Thing (3:24)
  2. Let Me Do My Thing (Voodoocuts edit) (4:20)
Review: According to the South American music specialists at Matasuna Records, Ralph Weeks' 1971 single "Let Me Do My Thing" - recorded alongside backing Los Dinamicos Exciters - is arguably the most sought-after Panamanian soul record around. As this reissue proves, Weeks' original version is rubbery, heavy and rousing, with the singer's rasping lead vocal soaring above a weighty backing track that sounds like a breezier take on the New York boogaloo sound. On the flip, Voodoocuts tools it up for modern dancefloors, underpinning his club-ready edit with punchy new drums that give the cut more of a breakbeat style swing.
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Are You For Real (12'') (1 per customer)
Cat: FGSP 4. Rel: 24 Aug 19
  1. Are You For Real (3:57)
  2. I've Been Watching You (3:57)
  3. Can You Feel My Love (3:28)
  4. Lady (4:11)
  5. If You Feel Like Dancing (3:06)
Review: In 2016, Family Groove Records released a 12" of previously unheard 1979 demo recordings by Webster Station, a boogie-funk band from Dayton, Ohio whose studio efforts were initially binned by Warner Brothers for not being commercial enough. Demand for Family Groove's limited 12" of their recordings has remained high, so the label has decided to do a reissue. There's much to admire throughout, from the high-octane thrills of opener "Are You For Real" and the spacey warmth of the super-soulful "Can You Feel My Love", to the sugary sweetness of the Latin tinged ballad "Lady" and righteous closer "If You Feel Like Dancing", a killer combination of spacey synths, crunchy drums, urgent vocals and killer Clavinet lines.
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  1. Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band - "Express Yourself" (3:54)
  2. The Meters - "Just Kissed My Baby" (4:35)
Review: Unadulterated sample gold; this is where the seeds of two of hip-hop's most movement affirming records lie. The NWA-approved: Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band's "Express Yourself" still flies quicker than Glasto tickets while The Meters' Public Enemy-stamped "Just Kissed My Baby" remains a lesson in slippery, sleazy but wholesome funk. 45s don't get more historical than this.
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  1. Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band - "Express Yourself" (3:54)
  2. The Meters - "Just Kissed My Baby" (4:33)
 in stock $10.52
  1. A Real Mother For Ya (Ben Liebrand Oldskool remix)
  2. A Real Mother For Ya (Ben Liebrand Oldskool dub)
 in stock $13.67
Cat: SPEC 1700. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. No Man Is An Island (12' remix)
  2. Light Years Away
  3. NUNK (New Wave Funk)
 in stock $7.89
Cat: SP 184003. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Flying Machine (The Chase)
  2. City, Country, City
Gespielt von: Lovemonk Records
 in stock $12.89
Life On Mars: 45s Collection (limited double 7")
Cat: DYMAN 7051/DYNAM 7052. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. Life On Mars (4:53)
  2. Theme From The Planets (3:37)
  3. One Million Miles From The Ground (5:02)
  4. You Can Be What You Wanna Be (5:04)
 in stock $16.83
Cat: 4ZP 80768. Rel: 11 Dec 99
  1. Life On Mars (5:50)
  2. The Sweetest Pain (5:43)
Gespielt von: Cedric Woo, Osmose
 in stock $10.52
Cat: SOLID 42. Rel: 25 Apr 19
  1. Wales Wallace - "That Ain't The Way" (2:18)
  2. Johnny Howard - "The Chase Is On" (2:46)
 in stock $19.46
Woman (7")
Cat: FMG 15. Rel: 13 Dec 18
  1. Woman (4:09)
  2. Julius (4:06)
 in stock $13.42
  1. Children Of The Night (Ryuhei The Man edit) (3:38)
  2. Children Of The Night (3:59)
Review: Japan seems to excel at everything and anything it does, including reissuing golden jazz funk. This time out, Hysear Don Walker's "Complete Expressions Vol. 2" is mined for the two escapist and mellifluous tracks that make up this essential 7". Ryuhei The Man edits "Children Of The Night" into a smooth flowing bit of late night and romantic jazz funk. It rides on a pensive bass loop and has a subtle sense of drive, while the slower original is that bit more sentimental with its noodling chords and more meandering mood. Both sides are pure winners.
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Cat: FLH 7093. Rel: 26 Mar 20
  1. Huxley's Howl (2:51)
  2. My Blues (4:08)
Review: "Huxley's Howl" by Bay-area keyboard savant Howard Wales was originally released as a 7in single in the early '70s on his own Costal Records imprint. Luv N'Haight is proud to present the first official reissue of this classic slice of mid-tempo, instrumental funk, loaded with stabbing horns, explosive Hammond organ and heavy drums with a nice dose of psychedelic vibes to round out it out. The B-side "My Blues" chugs along at a slower pace, with a "bluesier" sound as the title suggests while keeping the same killer psych flavor as the A-side.

Known primarily for his work alongside Grateful Dead frontman Jerry Garcia on their collaborative album "Hooteroll" while also appearing on the Dead's seminal "American Beauty" LP, Howard Wales had already established himself as a talented player during the mid-1960's working and touring with the likes of Ronnie Hawkins, the Four Tops and the Godfather of Soul himself James Brown. A true original and progenitor of the oft-used but mostly maligned "Acid Jazz" genre, Howard Wales paved the way for the psychotropically enhanced excursions of 70s' Jazz, Funk, Soul and fusion.
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Cat: WWRB 002. Rel: 02 Jan 19
  1. Madras Express (5:45)
  2. Stay-Pressed (3:13)
Review: Back in the autumn, Wack Wack Rhythm Band launched the WWRB label, in the process dropping their first single in six years. This speedy follow-up is similarly impressive. For us, it's all-about A-side "Madras Express", a speeding, funk-fuelled journey through meandering saxophone solos, punchy horn breaks, fast-fingered electric bass, spacey Moog motifs and all manner of layered additional percussion. That said, there's also much to admire about Hammond funk workout "Stay Pressed", where jammed out solos and lead lines come accompanied by sharp guitar riffs, Mod-era lead guitar solos and the kind of stomping beat that would excite even the most miserable of Northern Soul enthusiasts. It also contains an absolutely killer drum solo, which is something we at least can't get enough of.
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