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Issue 1093

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Sorce1

The Sorcerers : In Search Of The Lost City Of The Monkey God

The mood deepens too with the slinky as hell 'Sacred Sacrament' and the spirit of Black Orpheus arises during the gutsy flute outbreak of co founder and multi instrumentalist Pete Williams

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Em 1

The Eminent Stars : Bumpin' On

The band also have an extraordinary soul singer who seems to have emerged fully formed as a linear inheritor of the American blues and R&B tradition.

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Boom 1

Dr Rubberfunk : Boom! (Ft.John Turrell)

It's testament to the masterful skills of Rubberfunk that he can take a bog standard blues sequence yet turn it into a solid,soul drenched slice of blessedness.

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Res1

Resolution 88 : Revolutions

Pitching Up' the groovy Herbie inspired piece of blessedness, is ingenious in concept (unless they all have OCD) here the band emulate the effect of going from 33 to 45rpm

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DIEPHUIS FEAT. HIL ST. SOU: HOLD ON ME (QUANTIZE RECORDINGS)

Diephuis feat. Hil St. Soul: Hold On Me (Quantize Recordings)

"Hold On Me" is a song about spellbinding love where Ms Soul delivers a ‘woman in love’ sultry style vocal that's drizzled over a breezy soundtrack of really lovely Afro House vibes...

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MICHELE CHIAVARINI FT. CARMICHAEL MUSICLOVER: EXPRESS YOURSELF (SPRY RECORDS)

Michele Chiavarini Ft. Carmichael Musiclover: Express Yourself (SPRY Records)

To have that Chiavarini classy touch on a record usually means musicianship of the highest order! This tune comes loaded with feel good soulful vibes to light up the dancefloor...

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Tanamo 1

Lord Tanamo & Friends : FESTIVAL JUMP-UP 2CD EXPANDED EDITION

Long before the emergence of Bob Marley, Toots Hibbert and Jimmy Cliff,there was Lord Tanamo an endearing character who started with calypso,mento and then ska.

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Weekend 1

Weekend Sun : Caught In The Machine

They are not afraid to experiment and take risks but ultimately offering the listener plenty of choice and for this they must be applauded

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DD1

David Dower : There Are No Stars

Title track 'There Are No Stars' a laid back jazzy,neo soul piece of fusion hits the mark too.Fowler's fretless bass solo is a subtle slice of sheer delectation and guest Zhivko Vasilev on the Bulgarian Kaval

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The Milk: Cages (Wah Wah 45s) @bluesandsoul.com

The Milk: Cages (Wah Wah 45s)

This album is high octane soul at it's best! In short, if you want a band with authentic soul coursing through its veins and with genuine edge, then look no further than The Milk...

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