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Myles Sanko: Freedom Is You

Myles Sanko returns to the fray with a very strong and anthemic offering, while boasting a real deep soul/spiritual feel...

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Mark Knight & Rene Amesz Ft. Tasty Lopez: All 4 Love (Toolroom Records)

"All 4 Love" sees Mark Knight team up with Dutch producer, Rene Amesz, who together bring a hint of welcome nostalgia to lighten the mood and boy does it work!

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Kaz Hawkins: Memories Of (Self Published)

Northern Irish blues star Kaz Hawkins has served up a tremendous album of songs made famous by Etta James. This album will get you dancing round the kitchen, wanting to see her live...

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Jacob Collier: Djesse Vol. 3 (Decca/UMO) album review

Jacob Collier: Djesse Vol. 3 (Decca/UMO)

When Jacob Collier does shine on his new album" Djesse Vol. 3" he is superb. The neo-soul vibe is strong on this release with featured artists bouncing off this this undoubted talent in an emphatic and sassy way...

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Kylie Auldist: This Is What Happiness Looks Like (Soul Bank Music) album review

Kylie Auldist: This Is What Happiness Looks Like (Soul Bank Music)

'Melbourne's High Priestess Of Soul' Kylie Auldist delivers a textbook album that makes soul-dance music, well, fun! With glossy production and super funky spacious vibe...

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John Coltrane: Giant Steps 60th Anniversary (Rhino) album review

John Coltrane “Giant Steps” 60th Anniversary (Rhino)

John Coltrane's seminal piece of work gets re-released on its 60th anniversary with a whole load of extras that should send jazz lovers into ecstatic realms of excitement...

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The Wailers: One World (Sony Music Latin) album review

The Wailers: One World (Sony Music Latin)

Bob Marley's legacy continues in the shape of his former band because this collection of songs are going to open the floodgates to a younger generation, keen on uplifting and contemporary reggae...

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Roachford: Twice In A Lifetime (BMG) album review

Roachford: Twice In A Lifetime (BMG)

Andrew Roachford is back with a bang on this cracking collection of soul-inspired pop gems. There's a real old school feel about this album, peppered with lyrics pertaining to affairs of the heart...

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Gregory Porter: All Rise (Decca Records/Blue Note) album review

Gregory Porter: All Rise (Decca Records/Blue Note)

Gregory Porter triumphantly returns with an extraordinary album brimming with soul, love and emotion. His sixth album is quality and quantity, featuring many killers and no fillers...

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Soul Love Now: The Black Fire Records Story 1975-1993 (Strut)

Strut continue their excellent work with this sterling compilation bringing together classics and rarities from the seminal spiritual jazz and conscious soul label Black Fire, spanning 1975 to 199...

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