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Issue 1094

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Aladean

Aladean Kheroufi : Sorry If I Hurt You

This retro-soul revivalist tag maybe stapled on to him, due to this vintage soul slice of blessedness on offer but it suits his vibe with its eccentric depth.

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Sharky : Shade

Sharky presents a well honed,slow burning, nu disco, slice of blessedness on this totally live single entitled 'Shade'. And there's plenty of light and shade on offer here.

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Eccles

Clancy Eccles & The Dynamites : Freedom / Fire Corner, 2CD

The album gets off to a terrific start with the opener,'Freedom' a rework of an earlier track he recorded in 1962.The two tracks differ in feel as the latter has a straighter groove than the blue beat original.

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Green 1

Peter Green : The End Of The Game

Well I must say Green certainly fulfilled his side of the deal and produced a riveting piece of work that has since become a classic. The guitar work is stupendous and filled with heavy wah wah.

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Beat 1

Beat Bronco Organ Trio : Road Trip

Each incarnation has its own brand of charm whether it be the more traditional toe tapping 'Crispy Time' or the deep funk blessedness of the bluesy ' Squirtly'

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Casbah 1

Casbah 73 : Sweet Maybe Ft. Bart Davenport

fresh sounding,organic slice of retro disco is the order of the day and it's a decidedly funky affair.

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Joe 1

Joe Publick : 40K Followers

Brother Strut founder Steve Jones throws himself full tilt into his laddish alter ego, using a backdrop of social media commentary which brings out a bonfire of vanities

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Kuti 1

Kutiman : Saluf EP

This enticing slow burner should become a classic in any deejay's bag worth his salt.The rhythmic interplay and cross patterns really cut the mustard

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Ephemerals : The Third Eye

Physch soul and modal jazz are the trappings on 'Rising' it has that spiritual Coltrane sax and Valbrun's brooding vocals are perfect for this atmospherically soaked session.

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