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July 14th 2017 Record List

Howdy Folks,
Welcome to our newsletter, Gonna keep it brief as am running extremely late for Radio fill on PBS.

This list is good.
There is a tonne of sweet Afro,latin & reggae both in the OG and New section.. Jazz & Hip Hop are on point too.. Really good soul. Just good. Come and say hi.

Also in other news Shio returns from holidays in Europe & is back instore first day today, Lloyd is joining her for a moment while Ari is on PBS for a reggae fill in on Riddim Yard from 11-1pm… also today..

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THE DROP

KINGSTONIANS – Sufferer
Sufferer was one of the classic tunes from the skinhead or boss reggae era of the late sixties, with its popularity, along with a number of subsequent follow-ups, leading to a debut album of the same name by the vocal trio who had burst upon the Jamaican music scene in 1967: The Kingstonians. Showcasing a dozen of the group’s best known works to date for esteemed Kingston-based producer, Derrick Harriott, the LP features a number of sizable Jamaican hits, including “Singer Man”, “Hold Down”, “Nice Nice”, as well as the best-selling title track. Soon after its release, the group moved on to work with other Jamaican producers of note, but unable to sustain their popularity, all but disappeared from the local music scene by the late seventies. Meanwhile, this, their one and only long player, continued to attract interest and today is regarded one of the finest ever vinyl collections of boss reggae sounds, with original copies now highly prized, not to mention, extremely valuable collector’s items.
180 gram audiophile vinyl. First pressing of 750 numbered copies on orange vinyl.

UPSETTERS– Double Seven
This classic album from 1973 saw its creator, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry exploring synths and starting to develop his Black Ark sound – the enigmatic producer was at the time in the process of building his famous studio and honing his ideas about dub as a musical form. The LP opens with the eerie “Kentucky Skank”, Perry’s ode to KFC, complete with frying chicken sounds, spliced between winding tapes, a ghostly trumpet, and futuristic moog synthesizer, overdubbed at London’s Chalk Farm studios. U Roy’s “Double Six” and I Roy’s “High Fashion” and “Hail Stones” illustrate just how strong The Upsetter’s deejay material had become, while versions of the Chi-Lites’ “We Are Neighbours”, Sam & Dave’s “Soul Man” and a re-working of Al Green’s “Love and Happiness” (retitled “Jungle Lion”) all betray the funky soul influence that was increasingly shaping his work. The backing tracks illustrate the producer at his best; the audio spectrum is fully differentiated while spatial placement an important component – something it would take years for him to achieve at the Black Ark.
180 gram audiophile vinyl First pressing of 750 numbered copies on orange vinyl

ALEC MANSION – S/T
A sublime slice of boogie-funk, Alec Mansion has steadily gained the status of a crate-digging classic. Accordingly, it has been near-impossible to unearth a physical copy in good condition for many years. Be With is delighted to present the first ever vinyl reissue, remastered in time to grace the discerning terraces and boat parties of the coming summer months.
Amongst the myriad highlights, Ou Es-Tu recalls neck-breaking G-Funk roughly a decade before it was ubiquitous. Its swagger conjures the fantasy sound of Dam-Funk producing fellow Francophone masters Phoenix, circa United; all buzzing synths and snapping drums underpinning vocals that ooze European style.

MARIJATA – This Is Marijata
Marijata was a group made up of three members – Kofi ‘Electric’ Addison on drums, Bob Fischlan on organ and Nat Osmanu on guitar, hailing from Ghana. ‘This Is Marijata’ is the groups first LP; released originally on the Gapophone label – it is pure, rootsy, raw, driving African funk music of the highest order, now highly sought-after in both its original and previously reissued forms. Produced in 1976 at Gapophone Records, Accra, Ghana. Recorded At Ghana Film Industry Corp. Studios. Licensed from George Prah, founder of Gapophone Records.

GREGORY ISAACS – Rock On
Killer disco originally issued in 1981 featuring two of Niney’s toughest tunes; Gregory Isaacs’ Rock On aka Rock Away and Dennis Brown’s Jah Is Watching aka Have No Fear, the latter coupled with Dillinger’s fearsome deejay piece Hustling aka Flat Foot Hustling. This particular release was also notable for the trombone overdubs of Vin Gordon, fully intact here, just as it was back in the day.

WILLIE DALE – Let Your Light Shine
Athens of the North founder Euan Fryer has described Willie Dale’s “Let Your Light Shine” as “one of the best discoveries in the last 15 years”. Only five copies of the original 7″ single have surfaced to date, with the most recent changing hands for eye-watering sums of money. You can see why Fryer was so excited by “Let Your Light Shine”: while rooted in both funk and soul, the track also draws heavily on psychedelic rock and the fuzzy, funk-rock fusion brilliance of Sly Stone. Original B-side “Somebody Help Me” is an altogether more laidback affair, with Dale offering impassioned and melancholic lyrics over a psychedelic era take on old rhythm & blues ballads.

ANDRAS – Sanity
Andras has decided to launch a record label, the oddly named Punp. The talented Aussie has naturally chosen to handle the debut release, serving up a trio of cuts designed for club play. The real killer is A-side “100% Vinyl”, an aural two-fingered salute at format snobs that sits somewhere between spacey, Motor City-influenced deep house, mutant Chicago jack and the producer’s usual synth-heavy goodness. Over on the flip, “40K” doffs a cap to various turn-of-the-90s styles (bleep, Belgian hardcore, proto-tech-house) while carving its own deep and undulating niche, while “Sanitiser” sees him combining similar elements with some New Jersey garage organs with similarly solid results.

OLD STUFF

SOUL  / GOSPEL
* Bobby Bland – Here’s The Man (Duke) $50
* Aretha Franklin – Amazing Grace (Atlantic) $35
* Aretha Franklin – Soul ’69 (Atlantic) $30
* Bobby Bland – Here’s The Man (Duke) $50
* Bobby Caldwell – S/T (Clouds) $25
* Bohannon – Keep On Dancin’ (Dakar) $30
* Brick – Good High (Main Street) $20
* Cameo – Secret Omen (Chocolate City) $25
* Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Band – You’re So Beautiful (WB) $25
* Donny Hathaway & Quincy Jones – Come Back Charleston Blue (ATCO) $40
* Gil Scott Heron & Brian Jackson – From South Africa To South Carolina (Arista) US OG $45
* Intruders – Super Hits (Philadelphia International) $20
* Jimmy McGriff – Stump Juice (Groove Merchant) $35
* Johnny Guitar Watson – A Red Mother For Ya (DJM) $20
* Johnny Guitar Watson – Funk Beyond The Call Of Duty (DJM) $20
* Leon Ware – Inside Is Love (Fabulous) $25
* Mandrill – We Are One (Arista) $30
* Mark Radice – Ain’t Nothin’ But A Party (UAR) $20
* Marvin Gaye – I Heard It Through The Grapevine (Tamla) US OG $35
* Maze – Live In Los Angeles (Capitol) $30
* Prince – Evolution/Parade (Paisley Park) $30
* Rick James – Cold Blooded (Motown) $25
* Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Lifeline (Polydor) $30
* Sly Stone – High On You (Epic) $35
* Stevie Wonder – Greatest Hits (Tamla) $20
* Stevie Wonder – Innervisions (Tamla) $25
* The Chambers Brothers – Greatest Hits (Columbia) $20
* The Hesitations – The New Born Free (Kapp) $40
* The Jimmy Castor Bunch – It’s Just Begun (RCA) $35
* The Sylvers – II (Pride) US OG Keel press $80
* V/A – Harlem Shuffle (Plastic) $20
* V/A – Heavy Traffic OST (Fantasy) $20
* V/A – Teenage Party (Gee) $40
* V/A –Chess Checker Cadet LP Sampler (Chess) $50
* WAR – Love Is Al Around (ABC) $30
* WAR – Why Can’t We Be Friends? (UAR) $30
* Lyn Collins – Check Me Out If You Don’t Know Me By Now (People) Clean JP press $70
* Etta James – Peaches (Chess) Immaculate French gatefold $50
* Gloria Ann Taylor – Love is a Hurting Thing (Luv n Haight) 2xLP $50
* Fuzzy Haskins – A Whole Nother Thang (Westbound) OG US gatefold $45
* Ramp – Come Into Knowledge (ABC) OG US press $35
* Linda Jones – Greatest Hits (Turbo) JP press w/obi + insert $50
* Otis Redding – The Dock of the Bay (Atlantic) JP press w/insert $40
* Otis Redding & Carla Thomas – King & Queen (Atlantic) JP press w/obi + insert $50
* The Whispers – Bingo (Janus) OG US press $30
* Otis Redding – The Immortal (Atlantic) JP press w/ obi + inserts $50
* Marvin Gaye – In Our Lifetime (Motown) JP press $40
* Stevie Wonder – Music of my Mind (Motown) JP press w/obi + insert $75
* The Soul Stirrers – He’s A Friend of Mine (Checker) US OG press $60

JAZZ / JAZZFUNK
* Albert Ayler – In Greenwich Village (Impulse) US OG gatefold w/inner $50
* Alice Coltrane – Eternity (WB) $35
* Alphonse Mouzon – Morning Sun (PA USA) $20
* Alphonse Mouzon Band – Back to Jazz (L+R) $28
* Art Farmer w Joe Henderson – Yama (CTI) $38
* Bill Evans & Jim Hall – Intermodulation (Verve) JP gatefold $45
* Blue Mitchell – Many Shades of Blue (Mainstream) $38
* Cal Tjader – Soul Sauce (Verve) JP press w inserts $40
* Charles McPherson – Today’s Man (Mainstream) $38
* Charlie Parker – The Compositions Of (Riverside) $30
* Chico Freeman – Kings of Mali (Paddle Wheel) JP press $60
* Clark Terry – Angyumaluma… (Mainstream) $30
* Clark Terry/Bob Brookmeyer – Gingerbread Men (Mainstream) OG mono promo $30
* Coleman Hawkins – Holiday in Sax (EmArcy) $30
* Don Cherry – MU Pt 1 & 2 (BYG) JP press $75
* Donald Byrd – Places & Spaces (UA) US OG $50
* Duke Ellington – The Great Paris Collection (Atlantic) $20
* Ella Fitzgerald – Rhythm is y Business (Verve) $35
* Gary Bartz – Harlem Bush Music (Milestone) JP gatefold w/insert $60
* Grover Washington – All the Kings Horses (Kudu) US OG $30
* Grover Washington – Inner City Blues (Kudu) US OG $30
* Grover Washington Jr – Mister Magic (Kudu) $25
* Herbie Hancock – Maiden Voyage (Blue Note) JP press w/insert $70
* Hubert Laws – Morning Star (CTI) Promo $30
* Jan Hammer Group – Oh, Yeah? (Nemperor) $25
* John Coltrane – Africa/Brass (Impulse) $45
* John Coltrane – Blue Train (Blue Note) JP Press w/insert $60
* John Coltrane – Coltrane (Impulse) JP gatefold w. obi + inserts $60
* Johnny Hodges * Earl Hines – Stride Right (Verve) $20
* Kenny Burrell – Midnight Blue (Blue Note) JP press w/obi + insert $60
* Lonnie Liston Smith – Expansions (Flying Dutchman) US OG $50
* McCoy Tyner – Extensions (Blue Note) JP press $65
* Mezz Mezzrow – With Lee Collins & Zutty Singleton 10” (Blue Note) $40
* Miles Davis – Bitches Brew (CBS) JP 2LP Gatefold w/insert + obi $90
* Miles Davis – Black Beauty (CBS) JP gatefold w/insert $50
* Miles Davis – Golden Double Series (CBS) $45
* Miles Davis – Kind of Blue (Columbia) $38
* Miles Davis – Sketches of Spain (CBS) JP press w/obi + insert $45
* Miles Davis – with Milt Jackson (Prestige) JP press $40
* Miles Davis & thelonius Monk – At Newport (CBS) $40
* Miles Davis Quintet – Cookin (Prestige) JP press w/obi + insert $60
* Neil Creque – Contrast! (Cobblestone) US OG $38
* Nucleus – Snakehips Etcetera (Sire) $35
* Oliver Nelson – The Blues & the Abstract Truth (Impulse) JP gatefold w/insert $50
* Paul Jeffrey – Watershed (Mainstream) US OG $38
* Pharoah Sanders – Thembi (Impulse) US OG gatefold $80
* Pleasure – Future Now (Fantasy) $35
* Super-Jay – Super-Jay Love Theme (Horoscope) $20
* Thad Jones – The Magnificent… (Blue Note) JP press $60
* The Organ-Izers – Raising the Roof (Cadet) OG US press $60
* Tommy Flanagan – Thelonica (Enja) $15
* V/A – Capitol Rare Vol.2 (Blue Note) $35
* Yusef Lateef – In a Temple Garden (CTI) JP gatefold w/obi + insert $40

ROCK / PROG / PSYCH
* AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Atlantic) $30
* AC/DC – Flick Of The Switch (Atlantic) $30
* AC/DC – For Those About To Rock (Atlantic) $35
* Big Brother & The Holding Company – Cheap Thrills (Columbia) $40
* Blondie – Automerican (Chrysalis) $18
* Brian Hyland – The Joker Went Wild/Run Run… (Philips) $28
* Buckingham Nicks – S/T (Polydor) $75
* Captain Beefheart – Shiny Beat (WB) $50
* Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles – Live (Columbia) $30
* Cream- Wheels Of Fire (ATCO) $35
* David Bowie – The Rise & Fall Of Ziggy Stardust (RCA) $50
* Frank Zappa – 200 Motels (Bizarre) $60
* Ginger Baker – Stratavarious (ATCO) $45
* Grateful Dead – Dead Set (Arista) $45
* Jacques Dutrong – S/T (Vogue) OG press $75
* Jimi Hendrix – Electric Ladyland (Reprise) OG US Press $60
* John Lennon – The John Lennon Collection (Geffen) $20
* Joni Mitchell – Court And Spank (Asylum) $30
* Joni Mitchell – Miles Of Aisles (Asylum) $35
* Joni Mitchell – Shadows And Light (Asylum) $30
* Lovin’ Spoonful – Best Of (Kama Sutra) $30
* Mothers – Uncle Meat (Reprise) $60
* Neil Young – After The Gold Rush (Reprise) $40
* Patti Smith – Easter (Arista) $30
* Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon (Harvest) US OG $50
* Pink Floyd – Meddle (EMI) $45
* Pink Floyd – More OST (Tower) $50
* Pink Floyd – Off The Wall (Columbia) $60
* Simon & Garfunkle – Bookends (Columbia) $30
* Stevie Ray Vaughan – Texas Flood (Epic) $40
* Tom Tom Club – S/T (Sire) $25
* The Animals – Animalization (MGM) $35
* The Grateful Dead – Aoxomoxoa (WB) $40
* The Grateful Dead – Workingman’s Dead (WB) $35
* The Troggs – Wild Thing (Fontana) $40
* The Who – Long Live Rock (Wall) $40
* Traffic – When The Eagle Flies (Asylum) $30
* U2 – Peace Under A Chicago Sky (Unknown) $30
* V/A – Texas Guitar Greats (Home Cooking) $25
* V/A – The Spirit Of Capitol (Capitol) $35

STAGE & SCREEN / LIBRARY
* Ralph Morse – Hear How To Take Better Photographs (Carlton) $25
* Sonny Rollins – Alfie OST (Impulse) $35
* V/A – 16 Sioux Songs (Indian Records) $15

SYNTH / AMBIENT
* Fred Miller – The Sounds Of Love …A To Zzzz (Yorkshire) $35
* Terry Riley – In C (Columbia) US OG gatefold $65

BLUES / COUNTRY
* Big Joe Williams – Hand Me Down my Old Walkign Stick (World Pacific) $20
* Taj Mahal – S/T (Columbia) $25
* Taj Mahal – The Nacht’l Blues (Columbia) $30
* Traffic – S/T (UAR) $30
* Walter Horton & Paul Butterfield – An Offer You Can’t Refuse (Red Lightnin) $20

HIP HOP / BEATS / ELECTRONIC
* A Tribe Called Quest – Electric Relaxation (Jive) $20
* A Tribe Called Quest – Midnight Marauders (Zomba) OG Euro press $100
* A Tribe Called Quest – People’s Instinctive Travels… (Jive) 2004 US Press $50
* Allah Be Universal – Indecent Exposure / Omerta (Wild Beast) $25
* Arsonists – As The World Burns (Matador) $20
* Craig David – Born to Do It (Atlantic) US OG $75
* Cypress Hill – Black Sunday (Ruff House) US OG $75
* Diamond – Hatred, Passions and Infidelity (Mercury) $40
* EDO. G – The Truth Hurts (NGA) $35
* Ice Cube – AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted (Capitol) US OG $50
* Jamie XX – In Colour (Young Turks) $30
* Jimmy Spleer – Super Rhyme’s Rap (Dazz) $25
* Jodeci – The Show, The After-Party, The Hotel (Uptown) $40
* Jurassic 5 – EP (Interscope) $30
* Key-Matic – Breakin In Space (Radar) $30
* Lewis Parker – Shark (KU) $35
* Main Source – Best Of (Wild Pitch) $40
* Main Source – Just Hangin Out (Wild Pitch) $20
* Main Source – Looking At The Front Door (Wild Pitch) $20
* Main Source – Watch Roger Do His Thing (Wild Pitch) $15
* Milk – Never Dated (American) $20
* NAS  -Nastradamus (Columbia) $45
* NAS – The Lost Tapes (Columbia) $40
* Nas – The Lost Tapes (Columbia) $40
* Nujabes – Blessing It (Hype Out) $65
* Pete Rock – The Surviving Elements (BBE) $55
* Ram Luv – Freedom (Wizatron) $125
* Run DMC – King Of Rock (London) $45
* Slum Village – Fan-tas-tic B/W I Don’t Know (Sudden Impact) $30
* Super-Jay – Super-Jay Love Theme (Horoscope) $20
* The Art of War – Who Dares Wins (Mo Wax) $60
* The Four Horsemen – S/T (Wild Pitch) $40
* TLC – Diggin On You (La Face) $15

DISCO / BOOGIE
* Alexander Robotnick – Problemes d’Amour (Fuzz Dance) $35
* Barry White – Sings For Someone You Love (20th Century) $20
* Brain Storm – Stormin’ (Tabu) $20
* Chailo – On the Rocks (Chailo) $75
* Change – Sharing Your Love (Atlantic) $25
* Donna Summer – Once Upon A Time (Casablanca) JP gatefold w/obi $35
* Gary’s Gang – Keep On Dancin’ (Columbia) $25
* Gwen Guthrie – Padlock (Special Mix By Larry Levan) (Garage) $25
* Kevin Moore – Rainmaker (Chocolate City) US OG $60
* Liquid Liquid – Liquid Liquid (Mo Wax) $45
* LJ Johnson – LJ’s Love Suite (AVI) $30
* Loose Joints – Is It All Over My Face (West End) $35
* Michael Jackson – Off the Wall (Epic) JP gatefold w/obi + insert $45
* Patrice Rushen – Shout Out (Prestige) $25
* People’s Choice – We Got The Rhythm (TSOP) $25
* Shadow – Love Light (Elektra) US OG $35
* The Family – The Family (Warner) JP press w/obi + insert $30
* Tony Wilson – I Like Your Style (WB) $30
* V/A – Classic Mellow (Mastercuts) $35
* V/A – Groove on Down (Soul Brother) $50
* V/A – Jumpin’ (Harmless) $50
* V/A – Jumpin’ 2 (Harmless) $50
* V/A – Spaced Out (Sushi) $50
* V/A – The Best Of Italo Dico Vol. 8 (ZYX) $30

REGGAE / AFRO / WORLD / LATIN
* Antonio Carlos & Jocafi – Louvado Seja (RCA) Unlisted JP Ed. w/ obi $45
* Azymuth – Rapid Transit (Milestone) $30
* Baretto – Eye Of The Beholder (Atlantic) $35
* Bobby Valentin – S/T (Bronco) $35
* Burning Spear – Hail H.I.M (Tuff Gong) $38
* Dave Robinson – I Can’t Stand It (Dub-Tone) $30
* Donato – A Bad Donato (Blue Thumb) $50
* Elis – S/T (Philips) $35
* Fania Allstars – Live At The Cheetah Vol. 1 (Fania) $50
* Fela Kuti – Black President (Capitol) $48
* Freddie McGregor – Big Ship (Thompson Sound) $35
* Gal Costa – -Fa-Tal- Gal a Todo Vapor (Philips) $30
* Horce Andy’s Dub Box – Rare Dubs 1973-1976 (Jamaican) $28
* Jorge Ben – Fio Maravilha (Philips) $50
* Jose “Chepito” Areas – S/T (Columbia) $30
* Joyce – The Rare Tracks (Rare Brazil) $35
* Ka-la-ka Afro Beat Band – Soul Ethiopia (La Voix de l’Ethiopie) $38
* King Sunny Ade & His African Beats – Synchro System (Paradise) $30
* Lady Ann – Informer (JGM) $50
* Lafayette Afro Rock Band – Voodounon (Editions Makossa) $50
* Milton Banana Trio – Samba E Isso Vol. 2 (RCA) $30
* Mongo Santamaria – Red Hot (CBS) $40
* Odongo & The Spirits – Look Your Winti (SMA) $20
* Osunlade – Paradigm (Soul Jazz) $40
* Poet & The Roots – Dead Beat An’ Blood (Virgin) $30
* Radix Dread & Ridim – Manslaughter (DATC) $30
* Ravi Shankar & Alla Rakha – Music of India (Odean) $50
* Ray Barretto – Viva Watusi (Sonodisc) $40
* Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66 – Stillness (A&M) $40
* Tenorio Jr. – Embalo (RGE) Brazilian press $80
* The Budos Band – S/T (Daptone) $25
* The Lone Ranger – M16 (Hit Bound) $40
* The Pacesetters (w/ Brian Eno) – Edifkanfo (Polydor) $55
* Tim Maia – S/T (Polydor) $60
* Triston Palma – Joker Smoker (Abraham) $28
* V/A – 300% Dynamite (Soul Jazz) $48
* V/A – Blue Brazil (Blue Note) $35
* V/A – Bossa Mundo (Wave) $25
* V/A – Chicago Power! (Soul Jazz) $45
* V/A – Disco ‘O’ Lypso (Trans Air) $85
* V/A – Latin Spectrum (BBE) $40
* V/A – Nu Yorica! (Soul Jazz) $35
* V/A – Sambe! Samba! Samba! (RVC) $30
*Jah Lion – Colombia Colly (Upsetter) $35

JAPANESE
* Flower Travellin’ Band – Make Up (Atlantic) $75
* Jun Fukumachi – On The Move (Alfa) $35
* Junko Ohashi – Minds (Philips) $35
* Junko Ohashi & Minoya Central Station – Full House (Philips) $30
* Junko Ohashi & Minoya Central Station – Rainbow (Philips) $35
* Masayoshi Akanaka – Traumatic (Eastworld) $15
* Tatsu Yamashita – Go Head (RCA) $38
* Tatsuro Yamashita – Big Wave OST (Moon) $30
* Tatsuro Yamashita – For You (Air) $45
* Taturo Yamashita – Melodies (Moon) $35
* Tomita – The Firebird (RCA) $15
* United Future Organization – S/T (Brownswood) $40
* YMO – Naughty Boys (Alfa) $35
* YMO – Service (Alfa) $35
* Yumi Arai – Hiko-Ki Gumo (Express) $25

NEW STUFF

SOUL / JAZZ / JAZZFUNK
* Air – Air (Be With) $42
* BadBadNotGood – III (Innovative Leisure) $40
* BadBadNotGood – IV (Innovative Leisure) $42
* V/A – Follow me to the Popcorn (Jazzman) $45

HIP HOP / BEATS/ ELECTRONICA
* Andras – Sanity (Punp) $22
* Auntie Flo – For Milhay EP (Highlife) $22
* BadBadNotGood – Lavender ft. Kaytranada & Snoop (Innovative Leisure) Etched 12” $38
* Hence Therefore – Bad Hope/Bad Despair (3BS) $18

REGGAE / AFRO / WORLD / LATIN
* Arthur Verocai – Arthur Verocai (Mr.Bongo) $40
* Azimuth – Azimuth (Far Out) $36
* Azymuth – Dear Limmertz (Far Out) $23
* Azymuth – Fenix (Far Out) $40
* Barrington Levy – Praise His Name (Jah Fingers) $25
* Gregory Isaacs – Rock On (Jah Fingers) $25
* Junior Delgado – Ark of the Covenant (Jah Fingers) $25
* Kingstonians – Sufferer (MOV) Numbered, orange wax $38
* Marijata – This is Marijata (Mr.Bongo) $42
* Mulatu Astatke – Ethio James (Heavenly Sweetness) $35
* Nico Gomez – Ritual (Mr.Bongo) $38
* Upsetters – Double Seven (MOV) Numbered, orange wax $38
* V/A – Mr.Bongo Record Club Vol.1 (Mr.Bongo) $40
* Yabby You – I’m Just A Dread (Jah Fingers) $25
* Yabby You – Mighty Counselor (Jah Fingers) $25
* Yabby You – Stop Your Quarrelling ft.Trinity (Jah Fingers) $25

ROCK  / PROG / PSYCH /BLUES
* King Gizzard – Murder of the Universe (Heavenly) Glow in the dark wax $50
* Radiohead – OKNOTOK 97-17 (XL) 3xLP blue wax $60

AMBIENT / SYNTH 
* Laraaji – Day of Radiance (Glitter Beat) $42

DISCO
* Alec Mansion – S/T (Be With) $40
* V/A – Lovin’ Mighty Fire (BGP) $48

7 INCH 
* Band Black Rio – Maria Fumaca (Mr.Bongo) $18
* Banda Black Rio – Miss Cheryl (Mr.Bongo) $18
* Barry Brown – Ital Rock (Jah Fingers) $18
* Bobby Oroza – This Love (Stylart) $14
* Henry Thomas & Rise – My Dreams Are Clouded (AOTN) $18
* Mulatu Astatke – Yegelle Tezeta (Mr.Bongo) $18
* Nubia – The Time is Right (AOTN) $18
* Penny Goodwin – Too Soon You’re Old (AOTN) $20
* Willie Dale – Let Your Light Shine (AOTN) $20

SLEEVES
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Published on: 14 July
Posted by: Plug 7