June 16th 2017 Record List

Howdy All,
Once again, welcome to the largeness that follows. With the second drop of Winter 2017 we present a fat packet of music sourced from the four corners.

Here, we are mining the high water mark of 2 overseas digging trips & a huge European order of incredible new records. This selection represents the tip of whats to come over the next few months.

Heavy on original Jazz, Roots Reggae, Soul, Blues, Latin, Hip Hop, Japanese, House & Rock LP’s.. this drop has it all. Without sounding too blah blah, thats just the way we feel.

& that doesn’t touch on the massive load of new stuff that just landed this afternoon from Honest Jons, BGP, Matsuli Music, MFM, Soul Jazz, AOTN, Be With. Big cuts from Don Blackman, Pecker Power, Jackie Mittoo, Tewolde Redda, Johnny Hammond & all that..

As usual this little blurb feels superfluous, not doing any justice whatsoever to the huge amount of heat in the grooves of the following list, so we’ll just leave you with it. Good Luck & take your time..

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THE DROP

V/A – Boombox 2 (Soul Jazz)
Soul Jazz Records’ new Boombox 2 is a new selection of early rap music from the period 1979-83, with barely a household name in sight. This shit is illin… seriously unless you ned the orginal 12’s Get this! We should know, 80s Rap ain’t easy to come by, at least the cuts on this bomb.. Featured here are some the earliest hip-hop records that came out of New York City following the enormous commercial success of the first ever rap record, ‘Rapper’s Delight’ by the Sugarhill Gang, in September 1979. Boombox 2 tells the story of how hip-hop went from its evolutionary roots in the Bronx through DJs Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa through to this second phase where veteran music producers – Paul Winley, Peter Brown, Joe Robinson and others – all based in Harlem, began to put rap on vinyl for the first time.The album features many early and rare cuts from the first generation of early rap artists including Lovebug Starski (as Little Starsky), Busy Bee, Eddie Cheba, Kool DJ AJ as well as many other little known artists.

* Don Blackman – Blackman (Expansion)
All time Funk, Jazz, Soul, Fusion Classic. This record is an essential part of any soulful collection. One of the best representations of dancefloor funk to hit any needle, on any turntable, anywhere. Sounds big, cause it is. Don Blackman with his team of crack session players team up on this one to deliver the funk. Find out if you don’t already know.

* V/A – Soul Sega Sa! (Le Disque Bongo Joe)
In the 17th century, slaves were deported from Africa, Madagascar and the pristine islands of Mauritius, Réunion and the Seychelles in the South Western corner of the Indian Ocean to work on coffee and sugar cane plantations. They gathered secretly to escape their daily woes by singing, dancing and beating rhythms. This gave birth to the Afro-Malagasy-inspired sega music. During the course of the 19th century, the Creole population’s gradual adoption of Western instruments and traditional melodies of old Europe (quadrille, waltz, polka, schottische, romance, mazurka) together with the cultural impact of hired workers from India, laid the foundation for contemporary sega. This crossroads of influences kept expanding, especially in the 50s, when the first gramophones hit the market and all sorts of records were played, from pop to jazz, soul, rock and roll, and even Cuban and Brazilian music. For sega music, this hailed the beginning of an intense period of creativity which would linger on into the ’60s and ’70s when amplified instruments appeared and violins and accordions were replaced by electric guitars, bass guitars, drums and keyboards. Record production boomed, an abundance of micro-record labels emerged and immensely talented arrangers honed their skills. These included Marclaine Antoine, Gerard Cimiotti, Eric Nelson, Claude Vinh San and Narmine Ducap, who went on to explore the many facets of sega. Psychedelic keyboards, fuzz guitars and bouncy bass lines came to complement the manic ternary polyrhythms of drums, ravannes, bongos, claves, triangles and maracas, and created a unique style. FolkWelt and Bongo Joe Records have carefully selected and compiled some gems from this golden age of sega from Mauritius, the Seychelles and Reunion

* Pecker – Pecker Power (Rush Hour)
Cosmic Dub Reggae out of Japan, but out of Jamaica. This classic recorded with an all star Jamaican lineup in Kingston in the mid 70’s. Mostly members of the Wailers band, led by Pecker and other Japanese & Jamaican luminaries such as Minako Yoshida, Augustus Pablo, Sly & Robbie.. Enough said. This is a crossover record worth crossing over for. Hits all the right buttons.

* Emmanuelle Parrenin – Maison Rose (Souffle Continu)
Cited as a French peer to the likes of Sandy Denny, Emmanuelle Parrenin was a part of France’s folk revival of the late 1960s, recording eight albums in the lead up to Maison Rose, her final long-player, released in 1976. Far from restricting itself to a conventional set of acoustic songs, Maison Rose is indebted to experimental digressions: while pieces such as ‘Plume Blanche, Plume Noire’ depict Parrenin as a considerable talent (with a strikingly pure, unearthly vocal tone) when tackling a jazzy variant on traditional folk, she’s equally inclined to drop a new-agey, almost ambient, modal piece like ‘Liturgie’ or even a strange electronic beat-scape like ‘Topaze’ – which takes an almost hip-hop like approach to tape editing.

* Tewolde Redda – Eritrea’s Guitar Power (Domino Sound)
This album includes songs that are all responsible for revolutionizing traditional Eritrean music, with innovative use of amplified kirar, electric guitar and horns – as thoroughly outlined in the accompanying 6-page booklet. It also contains the first Eritrean songs to ever use a horn section! It’s almost certain that – with few exceptions – you’ve never heard these tracks before, or even the sound of traditional Eritrean music, so it’s a real ear opener and education for a start. One which really gives a flavour of life in the now secretive and permanently war-footed East African country through its charmingly loping rhythms and intricate folk melodies, see-sawing between sombre and joyous with occasional really beguiling turns of phrase that we’ve never really heard in any other style that’s crossed these pages! Comes in a “tip-on” sleeve with extensive liner notes, lyrical translations, and unpublished photos. A co-release with Mitmitta Musika of Addis Abeba, Ethiopia.

* Lord Tanamo – Keep On Moving 7” (Soul Jazz)
Big cut on this one, part of the recent 5 x 7” release on Soul Jazz with some really heavyweight Studio 1 rarities. Lord Tanamo letting loose over Jackie Mittoo’s ‘Totally Together” Rhythm. Necessary.

OLD STUFF

SOUL  / GOSPEL
* Aretha Franklin – Lady Soul (Atlantic) early $35
* Bar-Kays – Too Hot To Stop (Mercury) $30
* Etta James – Deep in the Night (WB) $30
* George Clinton – Computer games (EMI) $30
* Heatwave – Candles (Epic) $20
* Joe Tex – The Best Of… (Atlantic) $30
* Kool & The Gang – Wild And Peaceful (De-Lite) $30
* Mandrill – Beast From the East (UA) $30
* Marvin Gaye – At The London Palladium (Tamla) $30
* Marvin Gaye – Here, My Dear (Tamla) $40
* Mary Wells – Greatest Hits (Motown) $40
* Mary Wells – My Guy (Pickwick) $30
* Michael Jackson – Off The Wall (Epic) $35
* Pockets – S/T (Columbia) Promo copy $30
* Rodney Franklin – You’ll Never Know (Columbia) $15
* Skyy – Skyyport (Salsoul) $25
* Sly & The Family Stone – Fresh (Epic) $30
* Stevie Wonder – Down to Earth (Tamla) Globes $45
* The Chi-Lites – A Lonely Man (Brunswick) $20
* The Delfonics – Super Hits (Philly Groove) $30
* The Exciters – Tell Him (UA) OG US press $60
* The Impressions – Greatest Hits (ABC) $35
* The Jackson 5 – S/T (motown) $30
* The Jimmy Castor Bunch – Maximum Stimulation (Atlantic) $25
* The Supremes – A’Go-Go (Motown) $30
* Tony Wilson – I Like Your Style (Bearsville) $20
* Walter Jackson – It’s All Over (Okeh) $45
* War – The Music Band 2 (MCA) Promo copy War $20

JAZZ / JAZZFUNK
* Albert Wynn – Living Legends (Riverside) Original Black label $45
* Alice Coltrane – Journey in Satchidananda (Impulse) $38
* Art Blakey – A Night in Tunisia (RCA) JP press w/ inserts $38
* Arthur Prysock & Count Basie – Prysock/Basie (Verve) $25
* Billie Holiday – Blue Holiday (MCA) $30
* Billie Holiday – The Billie Holiday Story (MCA) $25
* Bob James – Heads (CBS) JP press w/obi & insert $35
* Bob James – One (CTI) JP King press $38
* Bob James – Three (CTI) JP press w/obi & inserts $35
* Cal Tjader – Tjader (Fantasy) $30
* Cannonball Adderley – 74 Miles Away (Capitol) $25
* Cannonball Adderly – African Waltz (Riverside) $40
* Carla Bley – Tropic Appetites (Watt) $30
* Charlie Mingus – Pithecanthropus Erectus (Atlantic) JP press w/insert $45
* Charlie Parker – Bird Symbols (Charlie Parker) $20
* Chick Corea – My Spanish Heart (Polydor) $25
* Chick Corea – Return to Forever (Polydor) JP press w/obi
* David Mathews – Dune (CTI) $30
* David Newman – Bigger & Better (Atlantic) $25
* Don Cherry – “Mu” First Part/Second Part (King) 2LP JP gatefold $60
* Duke Ellington – Ellington 66 (Reprise) $25
* Eric Dolphy – Last Date (Mercury) Jap press w obi/insert $35
* Fitzgerald/Riddle – Ella Swings Brightly with Nelson (Verve) $25
* Frank Sinatra – All Alone (WB) JP press w/obi
* Frank Sinatra – S’Wonderful (Wind Mill) $15
* Freddie Hubbard – Red Clay (CTI) JP press w/inserts $40
* Freddie Hubbard – The Artistry of (Impulse) JP press w/insert $38
* Gabor Szabo – His Great Hits (Impulse) $30
* Gene Harris – Nexus (Blue Note) $35
* George Benson – Cookbook (CBS) JP press w/obi & inserts $40
* George Benson – In Flight (WB) JP press w/obi & inserts $30
* George Benson – Other Side of Abbey Road (CTI) obi inserts $45
* George Benson – White Rabbit (CTI) JP press w/ obi & inserts $35
* George Duke – Guardian of the Light (Epic) JP press w/obi & inserts $35
* Herbie Hancock – Man-child (CBS) OG JP press $40
* Horace Silver – S/T (Blue Note) $30
* Jimmy Smith – Bashin’ (Verve) $20
* Jimmy Smith – Groove Drops (Verve) $30
* Jimmy Smith – Hobo Flats (Verve) $20
* Jimmy Smith – Hobo Flats (Verve) $25
* Joe Farrell – Song of the Wind (CTI) $25
* John Abercrombie – Characters (ECM) $15
* John Coltrane – Coltrane (Impulse) JP press w/inserts $45
* John Coltrane – Coltranology (BYG) JP press $38
* John Coltrane – Om (Impulse) $38
* John & Alice Coltrane – Cosmic Music (Impulse) JP press w/insert $50
* John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman – S/T (Impulse) JP press w/insert $40
* John Klemmer – The Best Of Vol 2 (MCA) $30
* Keith Jarrett – Arbour Zena (ECM) JP press w/obi & inserts $30
* Kenny Burrell – Sky Street (Fantasy) $20
* Lonnie Liston Smith – Live! (RCA) $35
* Lou Donaldson – Signifyin’ (Argo) $15
* Max Roach – It’s Time (Impulse) $35
* McCoy Tyner – Fly with Me (Milestone) $20
* Miles Davis – Bags Groove (Prestige) JP press w/inserts $40
* Miles Davis – Grand Prix 20 (CBS) JP press w/inserts $35
* Miles Davis – The Man with the Horn (CBS) JP press w/inserts $40
* Miles Davis – Water Babies (CBS) $40
* Miles Davis – You’re Under Arrest (CBS) $40
* Miles Davis Quintet – Ascenseur Pour L’Echafaud (Mercury) $50
* Quincy Jones – S/T (King) 2LP JP comp
* Ray Charles – Greatest Hits (ABC) $30
* Ray Charles – Jazz Number II (Tangerine) $25
* Ray Charles – S/T (Everest) $20
* Ray Charles – What’d I Say (Atlantic) $35
* Richard Beirach – Hubris (ECM) JP press w/obi & inserts $30
* Sade – Promise (Epic) $25
* Sonny Fortune – With Sound Reason (Atlantic) $15
* Sonny Phillips – Black on Black (Prestige) $30
* Tamba 4 – We and the Sea (A&M) JP press w/obi & inserts $30
* The Ramsey Lewis Trio – In Chicago (Cadet) $20
* Thelonius Monk – Straight, No Chaser (Columbia) $30
* V/A – Audio Master Plus Series Sampler Vol.2 (A&M) $15
* V/A – Europa Jazz (Europa) $20
* V/A – Flying Funk (Blue Bird) $45
* V/A – Red Hot on Impulse (Impulse) $45
* West Montgomery – Best of (Riverside) $30

ROCK / PROG / PSYCH
* Captain Beefheart – Trout Mask Replica (Reprise) $70
* Captain Beyond – Sufficiently Breatheless (Capricorn) $35
* Fairport Convention – Full House (A&M) $30
* Fleetwood Mac – Mirage (WB) JP press w/insert $30
* Fleetwood Mac – The History Of (CBS) $35
* George Harrison – Best Of (Capitol) $28
* Harry Chapin – Verities & Balderdash (Elektra) $20
* Iron Butterfly – Heavy (ATCO) $30
* Jethro Tull – Living in the Past (Chrysalis) $25
* Joni Mitchell – Mingus (Asylum) JP gatefold w/inserts $35
* Kate Bush – Hounds of Love (EMI) $40
* Lighthouse – One Fine Morning (Evolution) $15
* Lou Reed – Berlin (RCA) JP press w/insert $35
* Mahavishnu Orchestra – Bird of Fire (CBS) JP press w/insert $30
* Moby Grape – Grape Jam (Columbia) $25
* Nilsson – The Point! (RCA) $35
* Peter Green – In the Skies (Sail) $30
* Queen – Greatest Hits (Elektra) JP press w/booklet $30
* Queen – Sheer Heart Attack (Elektra) JP press w/obi & inserts $35
* Quiet Sun – Mainstream (Antilles) $25
* REM – Document (IRS) w/obi $30
* Simon & Garfunkel – Bookends (Columbia) $30
* The Band – Northern Lights-Southern Cross (Capitol) JP press $30
* The Clash – Sandanista (Epic) $50
* The Incredible String Band – The Big Huge (Elektra) $30
* The Kinks – Greatest Hits (Reprise) tri-color $35
* The Rolling Stones – Best Of (London) JP press $30
* The Rolling Stones – Big Hits (London) $30
* The Shadows – Dance With (Columbia) $15

INDIE/ PUNK / NEW WAVE / METAL
* Black Sabbath – Greatest Hits (Nems) $35
* David Bowie – David Live (RCA) JP gatefold $40
* David Bowie – Golden Years (RCA) JP press w/obi & inserts $40
* Gainsbourg – Love on the Beat (Mercury) $35
* Iggy Pop – Blah-Blah-Blah (A&M) JP press w/insert $30
* Talking Heads – Little Creatures (EMI) $35

STAGE & SCREEN / LIBRARY / EXPERIMENTAL
* Bernard pretty Purdie – Lialeh (LITA) $38
* Elmer Bernstein – Walk on the Wild Side OST (Choreo) $15
* Ennio Morricone – Moses OST (RCA) $18
* Irish Republican Army – Easter Monday 1916 (Riverside) $60
* Jean-Claude Vannier – L’Enfant Assassin Des Mouche (Finders Keepers) $38
* John Paul Jones – Scream for Help OST (Atlantic) $15
* Joseph Koo – The Boss (Tam) $30
* Lalo Shifrin – Enter The Dragon (WB) With obi $30

BLUES / COUNTRY
* Albert Collins – Ice Pickin’ (Atlas) Jap press w obi $40
* Big Joe Turner – Turns On The Blues (United) $40
* Brownie Mcghee & Sonny Terry – You Hear Me Talkin’ (Muse) $25
* Buddy Guy – The Best Of (Chess) JP press w/insert $30
* Clarence Waeeler – The New Chicago Blues (Atlantic) $30
* Ike Turner & Harold Burrage – Rockin Wild (P-Vine) JP mono press $40
* John Hammond – Country Blues (Vanguard) $10
* John Littlejohn – Chicago Blues Stars (Arhoole) $35
* John Mayall – Moving On (Polydor) $25
* Junior Parker – I Tell Stories… (UA) $45
* Junior Wells – Southside Blues Jam (Delmark) JP press w/inserts $45
* Leadbelly – Treasury of Folk with… (Design) $30
* Magic Sam – West Side Soul (P-Vine) $60
* Otis Rush – Groovin’ The Blues (P-Vine) $40
* Otis Spann – The Blues is Where it’s at (Probe) JP press w/inserts $45
* Prince Dixon – S/T (Spire) $25
* T-Bone Walker – Classics Of Modern Blues Vol2 (Imperial) $40
* V/A – Jericho Alley Blues Flash! (P-Vine) JP mono press w/obi & inserts $60

HOUSE / TECHNO
* Chicago Music Syndrome – Work It 12” (Sing Dance Sing) $20
* Da Posse – Strings 12” (Future) $35
* Jovonn – Satisfied 12” (Kult) $30
* Laurent X – It’s Magic 12” (House Nation) $20
* Mark Imperial – Rock This House (house Nation) $25
* Mark Imperial – The Love I Lost (House Nation) $15
* MG2 – My House Is Bigger Than Yours 12” (Hotmix) $10
* Miranda – Remixes (Sunshine) $15
* Nouveax Nation – Strip 12” (SRO) $15
* Rizzo – Everybody Do It Right 12” (Ra Re) $18
* Room 611 – Radio-Active 12” (Citi) $20
* Roqui – You Are On My Mind 12” (Nu Groove) $18
* Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley – It’s Percussion 12” (Sent)$20
* Teknotika – Take Me Like A Man 12” (Submerge) $25
* The Infinite Wheel – Te Deum 12” (Nu Groove) $15
* V/A – Thunder Dome (Dreamteam) $50

HIP HOP / BEATS
* 2Pac – thugs Mansion (Interscope) $25
* ATCQ – Oh My God Remixes (Jive) $25
* Beastie Boys – Ch-check It Out 12” (Capitol) $20
* Black Moon – Buck em Down 12” (Wreck) $20
* Black Moon – Diggin in dah Vaults (Nervous) $40
* Das FX – Hold It Down (EastWest) $50
* Guru – Jazzmatazz Vol.1 (Chrysalis) $40
* J Dilla – The Shining (BBE) $40
* J-Live – Like This Anna (Coup D’Etat) $20
* Jeru the Damaja – Wrath of the Math (Payday) $40
* Jeru the Damaja – You Can’t Stop the Prophet (Payday) $20
* Jurassic 5 – Quality Control (Interscope) $45
* MC Twist – A Step Beyond (Lethal Beat) $12
* Method Man – Tical (Def Jam) OG US press $50
* MF Doom – Special Herbs 4, 5, 6 (Shaman Work) $45
* MF Doom – Special Herbs 7,8 (Fat Beats) $45
* Nas – God’s Sun (Columbia) $45
* Nas – Nastradamus (Columbia) $40
* Nas – The Lost Tapes (Columbia) $40
* OC – Jewelz (Payday) $30
* Pete Rock – Soul Survivor (Loud) $40
* Pharcyde – Runnin (Delicious) $25
* Rakim – The Book of Life (Universal) $30
* Showbiz & AG – Runaway Slave (Payday) $45
* Talib Kweli – Gutter Rainbows (Fat Beats) $40
* The Fabreeze Brothers – No Other Than (AE) $28
* The Roots – Game Theory (Def Jam) $40
* V/A – NYC Crazy Jams (NIA) $30
* Wu-Tang Clan – Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (Loud) Clean OG US $50
* Wu-Tang Clan – Legend of the Wu-Tang (BMG) $45

DISCO/ BOOGIE
* Bon-Rock & The Rythem Rebellion – Searching Rap (Reelin & Rockin) $35
* Brass Construction – S/T (UA) $25
* D-Train – Music (Prelude) $35
* Patrice Rushen – Patrice (Elektra) $25
* Sylvia Striplin – Give Me Your Love 12” (Melodic) $50
* The Mercury Band – I Can’t Stop My Love (Queen City) $150
* The Ramonas – I Don’t Want You Back (Q) $40
* Unlimited Touch – S/T (Prelude) $25
* Zapp – II (WB) $25

REGGAE / AFRO / WORLD / LATIN
* Afrocuba – Eclipse de Sol (Areito) $35
* Aswad – A New Chapter of Dub (Island) $45
* Aswad – New Chapter (CBS) $30
* Barrington Levy – Open Book 12” (Oak Sound) $70
* Bim Sherman – Tribulation (Pressure Sounds) $75
* Bob Marley – Babylon by Bus (Island) ‘78 JP press with insert $50
* Bob Marley – Lion of Judah (Rasta) Live 2LP bootleg $150
* Bob Marley – Survival (Island) JP press w/obi & inserts $50
* Danny Rivera – S/T (Velvet) $35
* Devon Russell – Home Bound Train (High Times) JP press $60
* Don Carlos – Pass Me the Lazer Beam (Enterprize) Clean US press $45
* Duo Los Ahijados – El Borracho (Kubaney) $20
* El Chicano – Cinco (MCA) $15
* Fishbone – S/T (CBS) $30
* Gato Barbieri – Bolivia (Flying Dutchman) $30
* Gregory Isaacs – Hardcore (Top Rank) $30
* Joyce – Passarinho Urbano (Continental) OG Brazil press $100
* Junior Delahye – Working Hard (Wackies) $60
* Karl Hector & the Malcouns – Sahara Swing (Now Again) $45
* King Tubby – Special 73-76 (Trojan) $48
* Leroy Smart – Ballistic Affair (Conflict) $45
* Linton Kwesi Johnson – Making History (Island) JP press w/obi & inserts $50
* Linton Kwesi Johnson – Tings An Times (LKJ) $35
* Los Graduados & Gustavo Quintero – Golazo! (Zeida) $25
* Madlib – Blunted in the Bomb Shelter (Antidote) $28
* Marcus’ Children – Burning Spear (Burning Spear) $38
* Marinella – La Incomparable (Zeida) $30
* Odilio Gonzalez – En Su Nuevo Estilo (Lido) $45
* Osibisa – Heads (Decca) $25
* Pablo Moses – Pave the Way (Mango) $30
* Singers & Players – War of Words (99 Records) Clean US OG press! $75
* Slim Smith – Born to Love (Studio One) Sealed $30
* Sugar Minott – Slice of the Cake (Black Roots) $35
* The Light of Saba – Africa (Light of Saba) $150
* The Slickers – Break Through (Teds) Sealed ’07 Jamaican press $35
* Trio Grandioso – Suenen Guitarras (Angie) $25
* V/A – Club Ska ’67 (Mango) $30
* V/A – History of Ska 60-65 (Studio One) $30
* V/A – Master Showcase (Dread at the Controls) $50
* V/A – Rocksteady 67 (ABRA) $35
* Vivian Jones – Rock Me (Seven Leaves) $35
* Youssou N’Dour – The Lion (Virgin) $15
* Youssou N’Dour – Nelson Mandella (Rough Trade) $20

JAPANESE
* Hiroshi Sato – Awakening (Sony) $80
* Jun Fukamachi – On The Move (Alfa) $30
* Kazumi Watanabe – Mobo (Domo) gatefold w/obi & inserts $30
* Kazumi Watanabe – Monday Blues (RVC) $40
* Kimiko Kasai – Kimiko (CBS) $30
* Kimiko Kasai – Tokyo Special (CBS) $30
* Kimiko Kasai – We Can Fall in Love (CBS) w/obi $30
* Maki – rear Window (Toshiba) $50
* Masabumi Kikuchi – Susto (CBS) $35
* Masahiko Togashi – Spiritual Nature (East Wind) w/obi $35
* Masayoshi Takanaka – T-Wave (Kitty) $20
* Ryuichi Sakamoto – B-2 Unit (Alfa) $40
* Terumasa Hino – City Connection (Flying Disk) $30
* Terumasa hino – Pyramid (CBS) w/obi & inserts $25
* Toshiki Kadomatsu – After 5 Clash (Air) $25\
* YMO – Public Pressure (Alfa) w/obi $30
* YMO – Solid State Survivor (Alfa) $25
* YMO – Xoo Multiples (Alfa) 10” in printed card sleeve $20
* YMO – YMO (Alfa) $30
* Yumi Matsutoya – The Gallery in my Heart (Express) $25

NEW STUFF

SOUL / JAZZ / JAZZFUNK
* Don Blackman – Blackman (Expansion) $38
* Eddie Hazel – Game, Dames And Guitar (Be With) $40
* Etta james – Good Rockin’ Mama (Ace) $30
* Funk Inc. – S/T (BGP) $30
* Funk Inc. – Super Funk (BGP) $30
* Hampshire & Foat – Galaxies Like Grains (AOTN) $45
* Idris Muhammad – Black Rhythm Revolution (BGP) $30
* Johnny Hammond – Gears (BGP) $38
* Moondog – Story Of Moondog (Honest Jons) $30
* Moondog – Viking Of Sixth Avenue (Honest Jons) $35
* The Soul Jazz Man – Inhlupeko (Matsuli) $43
* V/A – Christians Catch Hell (Honest Jons) $38
* Willie Hutch – Soul Portrait (Be With) $40

HIP HOP / BEATS/ ELECTRONICA
* Moritz Von Oswald Trio – Fetch (Honest Jons) $35
* Soichi Terada – Sounds From The Far East (Rush Hour) $35
* V/A – Boombox 2 (Soul Jazz) $45

REGGAE / AFRO / WORLD / LATIN
* Batsumi – S/T (Matsuli) $38
* Black Disco – Night Express (Matsuli) $43
* Bullwackies All Stars – Black World Dub (Wackie’s) $30
* Courtney Melody – Black Liberation (Basic Replay) $20
* Jezzreel – All Depends on You (Wackie’s) $22
* John Clarke – Rootsy Reggae (Wackie’s) $30
* Joy Card – Boy I Love you (Wackie’s) $22
* Junior Delahaye – Showcase (Wackie’s) $30
* Maki Asakawa – S/T (Honest Jons) $38
* Milton Henry – Who Do you Think I Am (Wackie’s) $30
* Pasteur Lappe – Na Man Pass Man (Afro Seven) $38
* Pecker – Pecker Power (Rush Hour) $38
* Ras Clifton – Queen Of The Universe (Wackie’s) $22
* Rhythm & Sound – See Mi Yah (Burial Mix) $30
* Sugar Minott – Sheriff John Brown (Black victory) $20
* Sugar Minott – Wicked A Go Feel It (Wackie’s) $30
* Tenor Saw – Victory Train (Black victory) $20
* Tewolde Redda – Eritrea’s Guitar Power (Domino Sound) $38
* V/A – Glory Power Dominion Majesty –Half Moon (PK) $35
* V/A – Reggae Goodies Vol 1 (Wackie’s) $30
* V/A – Reggae Goodies Vol 2 (Wackie’s) $30
* V/A – Soul Sega Sa! (Le Disque Bongo Joe) $35
* V/A – This Is Kologo Power (Sahel Sounds) $30
* Wackies – Jah Son Invation (Wackie’s) $30

ROCK  / PROG / PSYCH / BLUES / FOLK
* Emmanuelle Parrenin – Maison Rose (Souffle Continu) $43
* Emmanuelle Parrenin – Perelandra (Souffle Continu) $38
* John Lee Hooker – Boogie With… (Ace) $30

AMBIENT / SYNTH
* Richenel – La Diferencia (Music From Memory) $30
* Gaussian Curve – The Distance (Music From Memory) $35

7 INCH
* Anubis – Ecology (AOTN) $20
* Carlton & The Shoes – Love Me Forever (Soul Jazz) $20
* Earth, Wind & Fire – Brazilian Rhyme 7” (AOTN)  $20
* Everyday People – Super Black (AOTN) $20
* Freddy McGregor – Bobby Bobylon (Soul Jazz) $20
* Henry Thomas & Rise – My Dreams Are Cloude (AOTN) $20
* Lord Tanamo – Keep On Moving (Soul Jazz) $20
* Sound Dimension – Soulful Strut 7” (Soul Jazz) $20
* The Abyssinians – Declaration Of Rights (Soul Jazz) $20
* Zebra – Simple Song (AOTN) $20

SLEEVES
We have a huge array of LP/12”, 10” and 7” sleeves to keep your collection clean and scratch free. Ask us in store or head over to our webstore for more info.

STAFF PICKS

Shio
* Magic Sam – West Side Soul (P-Vine) $60
* Terumasa Hino – City Connection (Flying Disk) $30
* Singers & Players – War of Words (99 Records) Clean US OG press! $75
* Anubis – Ecology (AOTN) $20
* V/A – Red Hot on Impulse (Impulse) $45

Lloyd
* Alice Coltrane – Journey in Satchidananda (Impulse) $38
* Miles Davis Quintet – Ascenseur Pour L’Echafaud (Mercury) $50
* Afrocuba – Eclipse de Sol (Areito) $35
* Barrington Levy – Open Book (Oak Sound) $70
* Madlib – Blunted in the Bomb Shelter (Antidote) $28
* Devon Russell – Home Bound Train (High Times) JP press $60

Ari
* Lord Tanamo – Keep On Moving (Soul Jazz) $20
* Pecker – Pecker Power (Rush Hour) $38
* V/A – Christians Catch Hell (Honest Jons) $38
* Tewolde Redda – Eritrea’s Guitar Power (Domino Sound) $38
* Captain Beefheart – Trout Mask Replica (Reprise) $70
* Don Blackman – Blackman (Expansion) $38
* Maki – rear Window (Toshiba) $50
* Freddie Hubbard – Red Clay (CTI) JP press w/inserts $40
* Marvin Gaye – Here, My Dear (Tamla) $40
* Joyce – Passarinho Urbano (Continental) OG Brazil press $100
* Aswad – A New Chapter of Dub (Island) $45
* Barrington Levy – Open Book 12” (Oak Sound) $70

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Published on: 16 June
Posted by: Plug 7