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Issue 1097

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Aloe Blacc: All Love Everything (BMG) album review @bluesandsoul.com

Aloe Blacc: All Love Everything (BMG)

Aloe Blacc has been fairly quiet on the studio album front, it's been 7-years since Grammy-nominated "Lift Your Spirit" graced the chart and did exactly what it said on the tin by lifting our spirits to the max...

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Tamil Rogeon: House No Wheels (Soul Bank Music)

New label Soul Bank Music, set up by former Freestyle frontman, Greg Boraman, gets off to a flyer with this striking and bewitching project. It's a multi-layered and beguiling slice of upbeat spiritual jazz...

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Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar

Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar: Don't Have To Be (Gypsy Soul Records)

The production is great, a real live feel with a nod to the 60's reverb drenched era that everybody loves, hell, listening to this, it's not hard to crack a smile and a beer or two...

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Jersey St : Love Rising Up

It's an extremely lush offering and glossy production with a very wide palette ranging from the corruscating strings and general all round sophistication of opener,Love Rising Up' and 'Carnival'

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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)

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

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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