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Cat: BEWITH 036LP. Rel: 25 Oct 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Can I Speak To The World Please? (4:05)
  2. I'll Never See You Again (4:21)
  3. Bitch Is Love (3:40)
  4. Love Is Running Through Me (4:41)
  5. Who (4:25)
  6. Love The Way You Love Me (5:32)
  7. You Pick Me Up (& You Put Me Down) (2:49)
  8. Snowbird City (3:38)
  9. Tin Heart & The Rebel (3:31)
  10. Too Much Between Us (4:23)
Review: Despite her 'Working Men's Club" roots, British variety entertainer Marti Caine actually made some surprisingly good records during her lifetime. 1981 album "Point of View" is arguably the best of the lot. Caine's soft-touch (and emotional vocals) take centre stage, though it's the rather left-of-centre musical mixture below - think rock-infused cosmic disco ("Love The Way You Love Me"), trippy dub disco ("Snowbird City"), shirts-off disco ("Can I Speak To The World Please") and a string of cuts that could arguably be described as Balearic - that makes the album an essential listen.
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Cat: BEWITH 013LP. Rel: 24 Mar 16
Funk/Reissues
  1. Fineline (4:48)
  2. I Know Sorrow (4:26)
  3. Trust Me (3:44)
  4. On & On (3:13)
  5. Lashambeaux (4:43)
  6. I Can Dream
  7. Postcards From Hollywood
  8. Take Me Faraway
  9. It Calls For You
  10. Standfast
Review: Although the UK's Be With Records are indeed masters of reissues, we didn't really expect them to be releasing Ned Doheny material. Don't get us wrong, he is the master of blue-eyed soul in our world, and it is a surprising yet much appreciated release! This self-titled LP is the master's debut, a 1973 cross-over that has always had the diggers' panties in a twist thanks to its funky sensibility and rock-infused backbone. There's hit after hit on here, starting with the Southern-style riffs of "Fineline", and swiftly moving onto more soulful territories with the likes of "On & On" or "Lashambeaux". While his Numero reissues have been clearly disco-tinged, this album is more contemplative, more rooted in country rock and it makes one hell of a roadside companion. Recommended.
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Soul Food Taqueria (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BEWITH 026LP. Rel: 07 Dec 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Lectric Chile Goat (intro) (0:57)
  2. Abierto (3:58)
  3. Organism (4:07)
  4. Thank You MK (3:51)
  5. Tatanka (4:09)
  6. Train Of Thought (interlude) (1:20)
  7. It Gets Heavy (feat Gresham Taylor) (3:23)
  8. Thin Brown Layer (4:39)
  9. So Many Years Ago (interlude) (0:31)
  10. Terra Unfirma (4:04)
  11. Gettin It Together (feat Lyrics Born) (3:21)
  12. Another Brother Gone (2:25)
  13. Broken Blood (3:47)
  14. And The Day Goes By (interlude) (1:30)
  15. Lost Unfound (3:30)
  16. The Color Of Life (3:55)
  17. Falling Awake (3:53)
Review: Tommy Guerrero is a constantly insightful figure in the downtempo scene. In fact, everything about the man protrudes good vibes and a chilled, leaned-back sort of mood. As an important side note, he was one of the original skateboarders back in the 1980's, running wheelies and exporting the culture to mainland Europe, along with his connection to lounge music. Soul Food Taqueria is a 2003 album, originally out through the mighty Mo Wax, and now reissued finely on Be With. We love everything about this album, form its positive TOV, to the artwork and its seamless blend of hip-hop and ambient, a cocktail that still tastes more than fresh as of 2017. TO be honest, this is foundational gear, and it wouldn't be unfair to say that this sound has not progressed a whole lot since albums like these first dropped in the UK. Essential.
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Soul Portrait (reissue) (limited heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: BEWITH 018LP. Rel: 10 Nov 16
Soul
  1. Ain't Gonna Stop (3:09)
  2. You Can't Miss Something That You Never Had (2:37)
  3. A Love That's Worth Having (2:50)
  4. Good To The Last Drop (3:03)
  5. That's What I Call Lovin' You (1:56)
  6. You Gotta Try (2:30)
  7. Let Me Give You The Love You Need (2:37)
  8. Lucky To Be Loved By You (2:51)
  9. Keep On Doin' What You Do (2:19)
  10. Your Love Keeps Liftin' Me Higher (2:36)
  11. Do What You Wanna Do (3:17)
Review: Willie Hutch was just 25 years old when he recorded his debut album, Soul Portrait. While he would go on to greater commercial success later in his career, Hutch's first stab at soul success sold relatively poorly on its initial release. Ever since, the album has been in demand with collectors, so this licensed reissue is more than welcome. Sitting somewhere between the horn-heavy soul of Stax, punchy '60s funk and the Motor City stomp of Motown, the 11 featured songs put Hutch's evocative, passionate vocals and heart-felt lyrics at the centre of the action. The result is a classic soul album that has more than stood the test of time.
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Cat: BEWITH 006LP. Rel: 27 Sep 17
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Sweet Juju (4:45)
  2. Nomalizo (5:09)
  3. Nkedama (4:44)
  4. Hamba Nam We (4:37)
  5. Vumani Makhosi (4:58)
  6. Down By The River (5:08)
  7. The Village (4:25)
Review: South Africa's Letta Mbulu has put out a vast amount of quality material in her lifetime, and although the singer was based far away from Europe, her music was picked up by the London massive during the mid '80s at clubs like Dingwalls and featured heavily in the rare groove digs. The opener "Sweet Julu" is now a London two-step classic, while other tracks like "Nomalizo" or "The Village" are more on the disco side, all of them filtered with a distinctly tropical edge! A top reissue!
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Cat: BEWITH 021LP. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Indie
  1. Rage (3:01)
  2. More Real (2:45)
  3. Like No Other (3:17)
  4. Driving & Talking At The Same Time (3:42)
  5. AEIOU (3:03)
  6. Sahara (2:57)
  7. Europe (3:57)
  8. State-Of-The Art (3:44)
  9. The Finish Line (2:36)
  10. Detroit Tonight (3:04)
  11. On The Run (3:31)
  12. Paceways (4:15)
Review: Be With Records look to continue a consistent run of reissuing important rarities by unearthing this gem from Arthur Russell's discography. This debut from the short-lived New York outfit The Necessaries is a key moment in the city's early 1980's art-rock/new-wave movement. Led by artist and composer Ed Tomney and formed of members of East-Coast tastemakers such as The Modern Lovers & Red Crayola, 'Event Horizon' sounds both of its time and forward thinking - playing with angular garage abrasion, jangling oddball art-rock and pop warmth. Russell's involvement, a year after forming respected disco group Loose Joints and just prior to writing his experimental solo cello work, is testament to his broad versatility and voracious love of music. This is an essential album for both Arthur Russell enthusiasts and collectors and lovers of East Coast new wave.
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Tea With Holger (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: BEWITH 070LP. Rel: 24 Sep 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. The Gardener (4:02)
  2. Innerspace (4:22)
  3. Weilerswist (3:18)
  4. Away From Me (Full version) (6:58)
  5. Kolner Street (3:51)
  6. Tea With Holger (4:10)
Review: For their first album away from spiritual home Claremont 56, Ben Smith and Paul "Mudd" Murphy have decided to put a decidedly Balearic slant on the kind of atmospheric and quirky music that once was the mainstay of library music stalwarts KPM Records. Given their influences and seemingly innate ability to create heart-stopping, mind-soothing soundscapes, it's a canny move. Certainly, the music contained on "Tea With Holger" is impeccable, combining picturesque guitar and piano motifs with lilting easy listening orchestration, heady choral vocals, razor sharp strings and nods to various well-known TV and film soundtrack styles. Yet for all the knowing nods to old library music sounds, it's the quality of the duo's emotive and inspiring compositions that stands out.
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Neon Leon (limited gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BEWITH 033LP. Rel: 31 May 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Algorhythm (5:08)
  2. Dayglow (5:37)
  3. Chemise (4:29)
  4. Ride The Serpent (3:56)
  5. Rush 2 Freeze (6:01)
  6. Shaolin Style (5:32)
  7. Raydio (Play It) (4:04)
  8. Jump Rope (5:05)
  9. Distort Yourself (5:40)
  10. El Condor (4:15)
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Cat: BEWITH 023LP. Rel: 16 Nov 17
Soul
  1. A Little Boogie (Never Hurt No One) (4:30)
  2. Baby Don't Stop Me (4:02)
  3. Sure Do Want You Now (3:46)
  4. Our Time (3:44)
  5. Rockin' You Eternally (4:20)
  6. Got To Be Loved (3:49)
  7. Don't Stay Away (4:00)
  8. In Our Garden (6:18)
Review: The recently departed Leon Ware is the undisputed king of boogie. The man has released some of the most foundational albums of the disco offshoot genre, and it's probably thanks to him that we've even got electro blasting out of speakers these days. Be With reissued his fourth LP, from 1981, the timeless Rockin' You Eternally, which is a must-have for pretty much anyone who is into ANY style of dance music. In short, it's the absolute truth. "A Little Boogie (Never Hurt No One)" is basically the tune which gave boogie its name in the first place, all bouncy and full of electronic bass, while the rest of the A-side, made up utter classics like "Baby Don't Stop Me" or "Our Time", provides some of the most driving, heartfelt disco-soul known to man. The title track, "Rockin' You Eternally" is as sensual as it is masterfully produced, but our favourite has to be "Don't Stay Away, a luscious, string-led disco monster with an early electronic edge. This is some pioneering business, right here. Elektra's finest.
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Oops! Here I Go Again (reissue) (limited heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: BEWITH 017LP. Rel: 10 Nov 16
Soul
  1. Oops! Here I Go Again (3:55)
  2. Spend The Nights With Me (4:04)
  3. Tomorrow May Never Come (3:38)
  4. Nothing Comes To A Sleeper (But A Dream) (4:09)
  5. You Can't See The Forest (For The Trees) (6:15)
  6. Come Down (Get Your Head Out Of The Clouds) (5:47)
  7. If The Price Is Right (6:27)
Review: When it comes to prolific, few singers were as busy during the 70s as Edna Wright. Between 6680 Lexington, Honey Cone and her solo career she released six albums in seven years. This was her last of the decade in 1977 (before returning with The Cogics in the 80s) Turbo charged with disco influences throughout with strong beats, big orchestrated riffs but hinting The Corporation era Motown with hooky poppy cuts such as "Spend The Night With Me", the album's matured gracefully. With hidden funk gems such as the serious strutting action of "You Can't See The Forest" and dreamy swooning balladry of "Come Down", Edna's range is as impressive as her output during the time. Make the most of it; it's her only solo album
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