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Uptown (remastered) (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RMND 12001. Rel: 06 Sep 18
Funk/Reissues
  1. Old Before My Time (7:34)
  2. I'll Call You Back Later (3:11)
  3. I Found Myself (3:51)
  4. Gotta Get Away (2:30)
  5. You Don’t Mean It (3:03)
  6. Home (2:50)
  7. She Wants A Stand In (2:44)
  8. I'll Go All The Way (3:33)
Review: Harlem-raised Gloria Barnes got her big break after a couple of her early recordings became big hits on the UK Northern Soul scene. Her sole album, 1971's Uptown, has long been an in-demand item amongst collectors, regularly fetching four-figure sums when copies do occasionally change hands. Here the album gets reissued for the first time, allowing those without money to burn to enjoy its rich and evocative mix of Northern style dancefloor stompers, heart aching torch songs and downtempo soul shufflers. The quality of Barnes' vocals naturally impresses throughout, but the musical backing - provided at different points by the Hustlers, the Disciples and Ohio Players - is every bit as beguiling.
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 in stock $26.22
Cat: FCLMN 147. Rel: 11 Sep 17
Soul
  1. Sure Don't Miss You (vocal) (2:54)
  2. Sure Don't Miss You (instrumental) (3:20)
Review: Their last single was "Won't Be Coming Back", now comes "Sure Don't Miss You": We're noticing a theme here... And to be honest, we can't thank whichever ex-lover it was who upset this Seattle seven piece enough. Because we are getting some serious soul gold right here! Once again on Colemine, once again rich in harmony, once again with the big instrumentation and enough spring in the guitars and horns for big dance moves; The Dip are fast establishing themselves as a serious player in contemporary funk and they've even thrown in an instrumental to show how tight they are.
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He's On Time (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: CLMN 153. Rel: 14 Jun 18
Funk/Reissues
  1. He's On Time (3:44)
  2. Wash Me Lord (3:32)
Review: Since 2013, the Harlem Gospel Travelers have been on a mission to reignite the "gospel quartet" tradition, first via impromptu street corner performances in New York and later across the United States. Now they've finally brought their close harmonies to vinyl, delivering an authentically fuzzy single that sounds like it could have been recorded at the turn of the '60s. A-side "He's On Time", a righteous chunk of inspiring gospel funk with a stomping back-beat and Daptone style '60s instrumentation, is undoubtedly the pick of the two tracks, though the similarly retro doo-wop soul B-side, "Wash Me Lord", is also impressive.
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Beyond The Sun (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: CLMN 12012. Rel: 15 Feb 16
Funk/Reissues
  1. Don't Push Your Luck (4:08)
  2. Losin' You (3:55)
  3. No Pain (4:29)
  4. Take You Higher (4:21)
  5. Picture On The Wall (7:42)
  6. When Someone's Love Is Real (2:45)
  7. Interlude (1:18)
  8. Meat Machine (4:02)
  9. People Beyond The Sun (4:56)
  10. Down Down Down (3:52)
  11. I'm A Woman (I'm A Backbone) (4:05)
  12. Sabi (6:23)
Review: Long-established LA funk troupe Orgone re-deliver their 2015 album Beyond The Sun on gatefold coloured vinyl. As if the sounds were beautiful enough... Seven albums deep, the ever-expanding collective (who've backed the likes of Pharohe Monche, The Pharcyde and Plantlife) hone their sound to even tighter, silkier depths. Now rolling with new singer Adryon De Leon, there's a newfound sense of energy and style across the album. From the sweaty, stompy glam-funk grooves of "Someone's Love Is Real" to the smouldering smokiness of "No Pain", Orgone continue to remain in their own universe. If your collection doesn't boast this, now is the time.
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How Do I Talk To My Brother? (gatefold vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CLMN 12021LP. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Soul
  1. Try Love (3:49)
  2. Not One More Tear (3:24)
  3. Light Of My Life (2:38)
  4. Art School Girl (3:11)
  5. Can't Get Out Your Own Way (3:24)
  6. You Brought The Rain (2:18)
  7. It's Understanding (3:28)
  8. Dreamin's For Free (3:46)
  9. That's What You Mean To Me (3:10)
  10. How Do I Talk To My Brother? (3:59)
Review: With a father who played piano on some of Terry Callier's greatest records, Ben Pirani has solid soul credentials. He's also previously served up a swathe of superb singles, both as a solo artist and as part of various short-lived Chicago soul groups. Given this history, his first solo album, "How Do I Talk To My Brother", is without doubt something of a gem. Pirani's dream pop-influenced blue-eyed soul vocals naturally take centre stage, rising above '60s -style backing tracks - complete with fuzzy period production - that variously doff a cap to Motown style stompers, Callier style folk-soul, impassioned slow jams (see the sweet "Art School Girl"), and the kind of sun-kissed songs that will have even the most miserable of listeners grinning like the proverbial Cheshire cat.
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 in stock $19.06
Cat: CLMN 133 BLACK. Rel: 23 Jun 16
Funk/Reissues
  1. Next To You (3:35)
  2. I Still Love Them All (4:04)
Review: Gene Washington, a modern US soul man, appears here for Colemine alongside The Ironsides in what is perhaps the label's best single in a good while. "Next To You" is a gorgeous song, the sort of soul slinger that instantly turns the heads and lifts the moods without any fancy tricks, just powerful vocals. "I Still Love Them All" is equally stunning, but it's moodier, a more pensive soul tune that evokes feelings of euphoria in moments of self-healing and self-reflection. Recommended.
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