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The Sojourner (reissue)
Cat: PLP 6950. Rel: 02 Sep 19
  1. Music Is Nothing But A Prayer
  2. Ecstasy
  3. The Sojourner
  4. Circles
  5. Trace Of Trane
  6. Vibration Love Call
  7. Malika
  8. Optimystical
  9. Peace
Review: Another fine deep spiritual Jazz reissue on Japanese label P-Vine that came out on Strata East originally in 1974. Soaring vocals are charismatic of this album and it features the track Optimystical which Andres previously sampled.
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coming soon $30.37
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First Time On 45: Argentina Funk Special
First Time On 45: Argentina Funk Special (limited to 500 hand-numbered 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MUKAT 066. Rel: 27 Sep 19
  1. Funk Yourself
  2. Repartamos El Funky
Review: Argentina jazz funk fusion with two tracks first time on a 45 ! hand numbered to 500 copies. Strictly no repress !
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Played by: Dom Servini
coming soon $6.07
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Fantastic Wax 001
Fantastic Wax 001 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FW 001.
  1. Indaba Kabani (RFX extended edit)
  2. Gambian Neptune (RFX edit)
  3. Nigerian Charon (RFX remix)
  4. Sudanese Xena (RFX remix)
Review: Fantastic Voyage kicks off the first vinyl focused label, Fantastic Wax, with Hong Kong based vinyl aficionado, and owner of Pharmacy Records and Fauve Radio, Romain FX. Inspired by his love and respect for African music and it's deep roots, Romain approached it with a modern mindset to give a second life to the tracks that we're disappearing due to the lack of accessibility and rarity of these records.




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coming soon $8.61
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Under Cover Lover
Cat: KALITA 12010. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. Under Cover Lover
  2. Under Cover Lover (instrumental)
Review: Kalita are happy to announce the first ever re-release of Stirling March's 1985 Bahamian boogie grail 'Under Cover Lover'. With original copies painfully hard to find and commanding eye-wateringly high prices, we believe the time is ripe to share this masterpiece with the world once more, accompanied by never-before-seen photos and interview-based liner notes.

Falling in love with music at an early age, Stirling listened religiously on the radio to both soul and disco greats, as well as to contemporary pop and rock musicians including Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5 and Elton John. By the age of twenty-one he decided release his own record in an attempt to demonstrate to the Bahamian music industry his own ability, and in the hope that it would help him launch his musical career. Written over the space of just a few hours, the result was 'Under Cover Lover'. A sun-kissed Caribbean boogie track, Stirling explains that "this was the first song the I had written that I felt was good enough in its arrangement to put to tape".

Recorded at a local studio in Nassau that was available for budding young musicians to give it their best shot at fame, Stirling proudly recalls that it "turned out much better than I had expected. It reinforced my confidence that I could really be good at singing". The record was originally released on the sound engineer's own label Illumination Records, but was distributed solely by Stirling, who admits that "I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. I knew I had something good but didn't quite understand the industry and nobody picked it up". Although he recalls the local radio airtime being "phenomenal", difficulties in elevating the record's status were further compounded by his own financial inability to promote the record as it probably warranted. As a result, the record was therefore soon sadly lost into distant memory.

We hope that this re-release brings 'Under Cover Lover' the recognition that it deserves as one of the best Caribbean boogie tracks to ever be put to wax.
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coming soon $11.90
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Vou Morar No Teu Sorriso
  1. Trio Ternura - "Vou Morar No Teu Sorriso"
  2. Eliana Pittman - "Quem Vai Querer"
Review: Mr Bongo's Brazil 45s series rarely misses a beat, with each successive seven-inch showcasing two more hard-to-find treats from the dim and distant past. The latest instalment opens with "Vou Morar No Teu Sorriso", a sought-after cut from Trio Tenura's eponymous 1971 MPB/soul fusion album. It's a genuinely summery treat, with ear-catching, reverb-heavy vocals and rising horn lines rising above a life-affirming backing track. On the flip you'll find "Quem Vai Querer", the title track from a superb 1977 album by Eliana Pittman. A breezy chunk of sizzling samba-soul, the cut features an impeccable lead vocal from Pittman and some sing-along group chorus vocals
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No Voo Do Urubu
  1. No Voo Do Urubu
  2. O Tempo E O Vento
  3. Oh ! Juliana
  4. Minha Terra Tem Palmeiras (feat Lu Oliveira)
  5. A Outra (feat Vinicius Cantuaria)
  6. Cigana (feat Mano Brown)
  7. O Tambor (feat Criolo)
  8. Snake Eyes
  9. Na Malandragem
  10. Desabrochando
Review: Second time around for Arthur Verocai's 2016 album "No Voo Do Urubu", a set that remains the veteran Brazil artist's most recent full-length excursion. It remains a superb set full of hazy, sun-kissed future classics that put a decidedly loose and languid spin on the 1970s MPB sound that he did so much to popularize. That means ear catching blends of samba, easy listening, folk, jazz-funk and smooth AOR. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the gentle breeze of "O Tempo E O Vento" and the flute-laden, Azymuth-influenced shuffle of "No Voo Do Urubu", to the big band samba sizzle of "Mina Terra Tem Palmeiras", where Lu Oliveira adeptly delivers a memorable lead vocal.
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coming soon $34.42
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