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Spiritchaser & Est8 ft Emily Cook

Spiritchaser & Est8 ft Emily Cook "Because I Knew" (Guess Records)

Mark Bamford), Est8 and vocalist Emily Cook on the menu, then you know you’re in for some audible bliss! Their new collaborative single "Because I Knew" is a fresh, deep house groove with Afro vibes...

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Fierce Angel Presents Bonnie Bailey ’Song Book Volume 1’  (Fierce Angel)

Fierce Angel Presents Bonnie Bailey: ’Song Book Volume 1’ Album (Fierce Angel)

To the delight of Bonnie Bailey fans, "Song Book Volume 1" is a comprehensive collection of her work, which finally gets to see the light of day as full album, thanks to former Hed Kandi boss Mark Doyle...

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Lakeside : Shot of love,rough riders,fantastic voyage

It's interesting that this 1980 release really put Lakeside out there with bands like Slave, Bar-Kays & Parliament especially being from Dayton,Ohio this now promoted them to the first division of Funkateers.

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Ltd : shine on

Hands up who remembers L.T.D? (Love, Togetherness, Devotion), the ten-piece Band from North Carolina that featured Jeffrey Osborne on lead vocals a band that came into their own in the early 70’s

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Marlena shaw

Marlena Shaw : Go Away little Boy the columbia anthology

* Lovers of soul jazz and rare groove will no doubt be extremely excited by this bumper 2-CD compilation concentrating on her three year stint with Columbia between 1977-1980,culled from three of her seminal albums

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Hailey Tuck : Junk

Larry Klein has captured the magic too and this well honed band need to be given special props- sublime arrangements is what you get here and each song has a unique quality

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The New Mastersounds : Renewed Energy

The New Mastersounds are back and playing much the same type of groove-oriented organ-combo music they've been embracing for nigh on 20 years but with some added twists.

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Radka Toneff & Steve Dobrogosz : Fairytales

The duo's music is so extraordinary, in fact, it's impossible to put this album on in the background without being drawn into its inner world

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The King Rooster: The King Rooster

The production is exceptional too, raw, gritty and brimming with vim and vigour "Swamp Donkey" testifies to this another slice of Meters' style heavy blessedness...

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J jazz

J Jazz: Deep Modern Jazz from Japan 1969-1984

Barely Breaking Even delve into the vaults of Japanese Jazz, known as J-Jazz this almost cult musical brotherhood that still exists today and played in small jazz clubs, shrine like...

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