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Coming Right At You
Cat: LPSBCS 10. Rel: 08 May 01
You Keep Coming Back (3:14)
No More City, No More Country (6:43)
Boarding Pass (3:35)
Holes In My Shoes (3:32)
My Little Someone (4:17)
Windy C (5:21)
(Bet You Say) You Want To Make It With Me (4:14)
Don't Let Your Pride Overpower Your Love (4:23)
(And When I Said) I Love You (5:12)
Puppet On A Chain (3:48)
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Hard Times
Cat: SB 7031. Rel: 14 Apr 21
Hard Times (0:30)
Listen To Me (0:30)
Review: Powerful belters from soul supernova Baby Huey. The only solo 45s he cut for Curtom Records before he passed away aged only 26, this was released posthumously and OG copies regularly go for over 200 pounds. Now reissued on Soul Brother, the two sides give you the full fat Huey; "Hard Times" hits with a raw Lee Fields style gravelly, story-telling delivery while "Listen To Me" shows Huey's deft ability to band-lead an all-out rock jam. Raw and emotional, Huey left this world far too soon.
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Takin My Time With You
Cat: SB 7027. Rel: 03 Mar 17
Takin' My Time With You (3:12)
I Want You (All For Myself) (2:57)
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You Don't Care (About Our Love)
Cat: SB 7046. Rel: 04 Nov 22
You Don't Care (About Our Love) (3:45)
You Don't Care (About Our Love) (instrumental) (4:28)
Review: China Burton's 'You Don't Care About Our Love' is a widely recognised deep funk classic from 1979 which has long been favoured by DJs on the soul circuit. It's not hard to hear why - the tune has everything you need, from a slinky breakdown to an anthemic chorus, and the rhythm section is primed to get bodies moving. There have been scattered bootleg versions of this tune put out before, but now Soul Brother are doing a legitimate job with the vocal and instrumental versions on a fresh 45.
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You Don't Care (About Our Love) (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Cat: 12SBT 46. Rel: 29 Apr 24
You Don't Care (About Our Love) (long version) (6:30)
You Don't Care (About Our Love) (3:48)
You Don't Care (instrumental) (4:27)
Review: The Record Store Day releases are coming thick and fast right now, and this is another doozy that arrives in limited quantities. British artist Mark 'China' Burton left an indelible mark with his one and only ever release, which is this soulful disco masterpiece. Produced by Adam Sieff and unveiled on the Logo label in 1979, this string-laden gem remains highly coveted, with original 12" copies fetching over L400. The arrangement, crafted by the UK's John Altman, who later collaborated with icons like Diana Ross and Tina Turner, adds to its allure. Altman, known for his work on the iconic 'Walking In The Air' with Aled Jones, lends his expertise to this limited edition release.
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All Alone By The Telephone
Cat: SB 7055. Rel: 19 Jul 23
All Alone By The Telephone (3:16)
Body Language (2:52)
Review: First released in 1976 on Polydor, 'All Alone By The Telephone' is a lesser-sung sleeper hit by the Checkmates Ltd., but it hardly deserves this obscurity compared to their far more well-known hit 'Black Pearl', produced by Phil Spector. This one, to contrast, was produced by H.B.Barnum. It's a known go-to for DJs on the 2-step and modern soul scenes, but it's not the hype that counts; rather, the track's production is delectable, meting out near perfect harmony and balance to evoke the excruciating feeling of loneliness. 'Body Language', on the B, hears the band rested and recuperated from this isolated spell, and comes far funkier, more delightful.
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Played by: Pete Haigh
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Take Me I'm Yours
Take Me I'm Yours (dinked 7" limited to 170 copies)
Cat: SB 7032DINKED. Rel: 04 May 18
Take Me I'm Yours (3:38)
You Got Your Hold On Me (3:55)
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I Don't Need Nobody Else
Cat: SB 7008D. Rel: 13 May 10
I Don't Need Nobody Else
I Will If You Will
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Stay With Me
Cat: SB 7051. Rel: 12 Sep 23
Stay With Me (3:57)
You're So Unreal (4:44)
Review: Soul startlers Crystal Clear (not to be confused with the many house and drum & bass artists of the same name) laid down 'Stay With Me' in the mid-1970s. The song is a sweet and romantic, yet no less punchy, ditty, packed with contrasts between flitty, fay vocals (from an unknown singer no less) and a heavy-set drum recording to juxtapose. Now re-released via Soul Brother, we're reintroduced to the song in all its hip-swanging glory. Just as its themes deal well with reconciliation, we feel to have been reunited with its charms, as we eagerly oblige the command to "stay"...
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Cat: SB 7045. Rel: 04 Nov 22
Wondering (4:00)
Try It, You'll Like It (4:46)
Review: Betty Everett's style of soul was usually energetic rather than bashful, but 'Wondering' and 'Try It You'll Like It' were curveballs. Taken from her 1970s album 'Styrene', the two songs were composed alongside mega-producer Johnny 'Guitar' Watson, and both explored the loneliness of relationships, despite closeness. Track one is a blissful slow jam canopying an angel's voice, hurting at the pain of a lover's absence, while the B insists on physical intimacy through the boudoir of soul.
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Sunshine Holiday
Cat: SB 7016. Rel: 05 Nov 14
Sunshine Holiday
Deal With It
Review: Soul Brother present two sublime cuts by Carolyn Franklin, younger sister to Aretha, for their debut appearance on the seven inch format. On top of her significant body of work as a songwriter and background artist for Aretha and several other acts of the 60s and 70s, Carolyn Franklin record four solo albums and several singles for the RCA label. Rare groove heads favour Franklin's fourth LP If You Want Me in particular, issued in 1976 but originally recorded three years earlier, and Soul Brother have licensed two highlights for this 7" which demonstrate Carolyn's range for anyone not familiar with her work. "Sunshine Holiday" is a psyche delight akin to Linda Lewis' "Reach For The Truth" whilst "Deal With It" is pure funk.
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Gambler's Life (reissue)
Cat: CDSBCS 9. Rel: 14 Oct 22
Gambler's Life
Rhodesian Thoroughfare
This Year's Dream
Star Borne
Back To The Projects
Yesterday Was Cool
Virgo Lady
Call On Me
Rock Steady (bonus track)
Who Is Sylvia (bonus track)
Higher Ground (bonus track)
Breakout (bonus track)
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Gambler's Life (reissue)
Cat: LPSBCS 9. Rel: 31 Oct 22
Gambler's Life (5:52)
Rhodesian Throughfare (6:19)
This Year's Dream (6:23)
Star Borne (7:43)
Back To The Projects (5:42)
Yesterday Was Cool (6:53)
Virgo Lady (6:46)
Call On Me (4:38)
Review: Johnny Hammond was a prolific organist, composer and multidisciplinary artist active throughout the USA for the majority of the 20th Century. By the time the lesser-known LP and meditation on devilish excess 'Gambler's Life' was released in 1974, Hammond's sound had grown unusually cacophonous and was noisy to a kind of perfection that could only be described as an acquired taste. That doesn't deter us, though: this reissue from Soul Brother carefully pays homage to the late great's 28th album, with the broken wonk of 'Rhodesian Thoroughfare', the voluptuous funk of 'Star Borne' and the melismatic virtuosity of 'Virgo Lady' all tempting us back towards the broad gate.
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Idle Hands
Cat: SB 7025. Rel: 20 Feb 17
Idle Hands (3:48)
Seeds Of Life (feat Eddie Palmeri) (5:09)
Review: Legendary bandleader Eddie Palmieri took a rare groove excursion from his Latin legacy in the early 70s for two albums as Harlem River Drive. Criminally overlooked, Soul Brother have dusted off two of the many highlights from his self-titled debut; "Idle Hands" is a sleazy, Gaye-style message with an almost spoken word quality to the vocals and a smoky wooziness to the horns while "Seeds Of Life" is a real end-of-set belter that rises and rises with tight orchestration between the guitar, horns and drums. Incredible... This can't be slept on this time round.
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Dose Of Soul
Cat: SB 7038. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Dose Of Soul (3:09)
Get Down With Geater (part 1) (3:23)
Review: Repress time: released last year on a limited run of 45s, Chet Ivey's double-A "Dose Of Soul" / "Get Down With Greater" returns to the relief of collectors and funk lovers who missed out. Two of many swelteringly funky gems on his Sylvia Funk Recordings album curated in 2017, "Dose Of Soul" has a raw edge and looseness that's held together with Ayers-style vibraphone chords, while "Get Down With Greater" is much more of a traditional funk jam, with the organ player and bassist playing at their fullest of flavours and Ivey leading in his inimitable 'poisonous' style. Don't sleep!
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Classic I Live (Record Store Day RSD 2024)
Cat: LPSBCS 90.
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I Just Can't Live My Life (Without You Babe) (reissue)
Cat: SB 7018D. Rel: 19 Apr 21
I Just Can't Live My Life (Without You Babe) (2:29)
My Heart (Needs A Break) (2:47)
Review: British reissue champions Soul Brother return to democratise a certified northern soul classic. Released 1969 (just three years before Linda died, aged 27), both sides hit hard with raw soul power. "I Just Can't Live My Life" stomps with Stax gutsiness while "My Heart" eases back off the tempo and gives the backing singers and soaring strings a chance to shine with Linda. Original pressings of this have previously passed for over 500 pounds Grab a double-sided slice of history.
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Mellow Feeling Part 1 & 2
Cat: SB 7044. Rel: 27 Jul 22
Mellow Feeling (part 1)
Mellow Feeling (part 2) (3:44)
Review: Soul diggers rejoice, as an exquisite and insanely rare piece of treasure from Barbara Lynn comes back within reach of everyday folk. 'Mellow Feeling' came out in 1979 on Love Records, but it was clearly a very limited pressing given how scarce copies have been since, and how lofty the second hand prices reached. The hype is not without merit - this is a flawless slice of funked-up soul with Lynn on imperious form, and the two-part hit across both sides takes the groove deeper and further. Top work to Soul Brother dusting this one down for a fresh outing - it's a track that needs to be danced to.

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You Can Make The Change
Cat: SB 7041. Rel: 28 Feb 20
You Can Make The Change (3:06)
What The People Say About Love (3:01)
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The Hipster
Cat: SB 7047. Rel: 27 Apr 23
The Hipster (4:39)
Indecision (5:43)
Review: Although hard-to-find, Harold McNair's 1968 cut 'The Hipster' has long been an anthem on the British jazz-dance scene, with numerous contemporary musicians (Chip Wickham included) referencing it in their work. Here reissued officially by Soul Brother, the track features the Jamaican-born flautist and saxophonist delivering energetic, life-affirming flute solos over an infectious, piano-sporting jazz groove. As the original RCA 45 did, this pressing also features fellow 'Flute and Nut' album track 'Indecision' - a more laidback affair built around brushed snares, languid jazz breaks and rubbery double bass - on side B.
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Say You Will
Say You Will (limited 7")
Cat: SB 7053. Rel: 14 Jul 23
Say You Will (3:49)
I Know (3:00)
Review: Soul Brother home in on a rare gem from Mojoba, 'Say You Will', a paean for intra-relationship commitment in the mode of soul. Recorded in the mid-to-late 1970s as a B-side for the then already wildly succesful 'I Know', 'Say You Will' was an unpredicted sleeper hit, perhaps owing to its high-slung vocals and deft unisons between guitar backings and impeccable drum swangs. A comparatively funky Southern soul number, its Sam & Dave-style harmonies oscillate away, to an endearing extent.
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(Call Me Your) Anything Man (Record Store Day 2020)
Cat: 12 RSDSBT15. Rel: 14 Sep 20
Bobby Moore - "(Call Me Your) Anything Man" (6:14)
Sweet Music - "I Get Lifted" (7:18)
Review: Soul Brother Records' Record Store Day 2020 release offers up re-mastered versions of two hard-to-find early 'disco mixes' of modern soul-era gems. On the A-side you'll find Tom Moulton's scarce, five-minute club version of soul man Bobby Moore's '(Call Me Your) Anything Man', a delightfully orchestrated and super-sweet dancefloor workout built around a Latin-tinged groove reminiscent of Grace Jones' 'La Vie En Rose', which of course Moulton later famously remixed. Over on the flip there's a chance to savour West End Records' boss Mel Cheren's wonderfully over-the-top dancefloor extension of obscure vocal group Sweet Music's soaring cover of K.C & The Sunshine Band favourite 'I Get Lifted'. It's very different to their much-loved take, but every bit as essential.
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Turn This Mutha Out
Cat: LPSBCS 73. Rel: 18 Jan 21
Could Heaven Ever Be Like This (8:37)
Camby Bolongo (4:35)
Turn This Mutha Out (6:50)
Tasty Cakes (4:22)
Crab Apple (5:12)
Moon Hymn (4:18)
Say What (3:58)
Review: Idris's fifth and perhaps most popular of his near-20 LP strong solo discography (that's not including the epic array of artists he's worked with from Fats Domino to Art Davis) Ranging from the heavily-sampled stone-cold soul stunner "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This" to silky disco funk such as the album title track and the sleazier "Crab Apple" to the frenetic jazz blasts of tracks such as "Camby Bolongo", this is the sound of a man fully committed to the craft and spirit of the groove. Nothing short of essential.
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We're Gonna Make It
We're Gonna Make It (limited 7")
Cat: SB 7050. Rel: 14 Jul 23
We're Gonna Make It (3:25)
Help The Man (3:52)
Review: A defiant rhythmic funk odyssey for those needing a little sonic boost before overcoming life's struggles and challenges, 'We're Gonna Make It' is a neat slice of understanding, optimism and determination. Recorded by New World, an American soul group active throughout the 70s, the song is emblematic of the sunniest facets of soul and funk, backed by a hand-drummed skeleton and falsetto'd vocal refrains. This new release version comes part of the Soul Brother series, reissuing this rarity for the completists out there who aren't remotely fussed about first editions.
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Our Lives Are Shaped By What We Love
Cat: SB 7052. Rel: 14 Jul 23
Our Lives Are Shaped By What We Love (3:38)
Battened Ships (2:59)
Review: Odyssey hear a fresh reissue on Soul Brother with 'Our Lives Are Shaped By What We Love', a spiritual soul number detailing an early intimation of the law of attraction. One of the less obscure reissues to come to Soul Brother, Odyssey originally formed in 1968 as a family trio in New York, but later continued in many alternate forms. The lead single from their self-titled 70s album, the song asks the listener, "where are you today? do you know your way? are you searching for mountains lost?", against a twanging, almost new-agey soul backdrop, before reminding us of an utmost-important axiom: follow your heart.
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Step Inside My World
Cat: SB 7054. Rel: 19 Jul 23
Step Inside My World (3:19)
So Long Letter (In A Picture Frame) (3:26)
Review: Next time your kid is going through the "why" phase, give them this record. 'Step Inside My World' by The Reason Why - an incredibly obscure band releasing with Polydor originally in 1977 - is an excellent modern soul mid-tempo dancer, having remained in hot demand for many years thanks to its sensitive recording and lyrical matter. With original issue copies having reportedly sold for roughly L700, we can only affirm that the two songs on the record amount to no less than sonic blessings, spanning keen emotivity and string-laden passion.
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Played by: Pete Haigh
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Take A Look At Yourself
Cat: LPSBCS 85. Rel: 24 Nov 17
Take A Look At Yourself (6:07)
Don't Ask My Neighbors (3:57)
Tea Leaves (6:01)
Interlude (0:52)
I Want To Be Somebody (4:16)
Feelin' Fine (6:08)
I Heard That (4:23)
Lay Back (3:41)
Played by: Osmose
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See The Light
Cat: LPSBCS 84. Rel: 21 Nov 17
See The Light (7:25)
Zaius (5:30)
Stop It Now (5:33)
Salem Avenue (5:14)
Tomorrow Is Another Day (6:39)
Poko Nose (5:43)
Played by: Osmose
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Give Me Your Love (reissue)
Cat: SB 7UMG1. Rel: 14 Jul 20
Give Me Your Love (4:18)
Try It, You'll Like It (3:27)
Review: You'll struggle to find a more loved-up and life-affirming chunk of proto-disco brilliance than The Sisters Love's 1973 "Give Me Your Love". The record's lasting impact can be seen in the number of times that it's been reworked, re-edited or bootlegged over the years. Here it gets an official 7" reissue via Soul Brother Records. It sounds as good as ever, with the all-female group's now familiar vocals rising above Blaxploitation style guitars, fluttering flutes and powerful horns. It's a celebratory release, and then some. This time round it's accompanied by a lesser-known gem, "Try It, You'll Like It", which first featured on the B-side of a 1973 single. This is a powerful chunk of conscious funk/soul fusion of the sort that was incredibly popular during the period it was recorded.
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Blow Your Whistle
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Free Man
Free Man (12")
Cat: 12SBT 14. Rel: 06 Dec 19
South Shore Commision - "Free Man" (Tom Moulton mix) (7:20)
Ultra High Frequency - "We're On The Right Track" (Tom Moulton mix) (5:17)
Review: 2 classic mixes from the master Tom Moulton. 2 classic & timeless tracks from the disco age
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Tags: Soul Disco
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Come With Me (reissue)
Cat: SB 7043RE. Rel: 19 Jul 23
Come With Me (4:13)
Lost In Amazonia (4:19)
Review: This one is such an evergreen summer classic that it sells out whenever it reappears and gets reissued on a regular basis. Last time was last summer but now the rays are back in our lives we're glad it is available one more. Brazilian jazz vocalist Tania Maria is a true icon with a huge back catalogue of music behind her. Here, Soul Brother look back to her 1983 album Come With Me and lift a pair of pearlers for this vital 7". 'Come With Me' is a sundown slinker, with Maria's airy tone gliding over the sprightly piano chords while on the flip 'Lost In Amazonia' is a joyous, scat-powered slice of jazz funk with incredible slap bass flex. Essential summer grooves.
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Goodbye Song
Cat: SB 7048. Rel: 30 Mar 23
Goodbye Song (4:24)
You A Little Smile (From You) (3:19)
Review: Soul Brother continue their mission to reissue the rarer side of classic soul, this time focusing their efforts on Vaneeese and Carolyn, a sister-singer duo who've been active since the 70s. Somewhere between soul and gospel, their wistful 1978 single Goodbye Song is nothing less than a tearjerker, with its opening strings seguing into a 'get-on-with-it' beat. Its stridently strutting backbeat and bass is surely the sonic equivalent of making one's peace with moving on. The B-sider 'Just A Little Smile From You' hears the pair find a new hope, urging the listener to share a smile against a backing of boxy drums and a very early example of synth chords in a gospel song.
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The Wants List Vol 5: 30th Anniversary Of Soulful Rare Grooves
Cat: LPSBPJ 52. Rel: 01 Mar 22
Barry White - "Playing Your Game Baby" (7:07)
Sweet Charles - "Yes It's You" (3:19)
Edwin Starr - "There You Go" (3:01)
Willie Hutch - "Ain't That (Mellow Mellow)" (3:00)
Sisters Love - "Give Me Your Love" (4:19)
The Voices Of East Harlem - "Wanted Dead Or Alive" (3:03)
Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations" (3:46)
Etta James - "All The Way Down" (5:33)
Bobby Blue Bland - "Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City" (3:54)
The Dramatics - "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get" (3:34)
The Four Tops - "Strung Out For Your Love" (5:41)
The Reflections - "She's My Summer Breeze" (4:28)
Ronnie McNeir - "I'm Your Lover" (3:37)
Thelma Houston - "Nothing Left To Give" (3:23)
Jeannie Reynolds - "I Don't Want To Be Second Best" (4:21)
Penny Goodwin - "Too Soon You're Old" (5:12)
Marlena Shaw - "Save The Children" (4:08)
Mike James Kirkland - "Hang On In There" (5:14)
Review: Soul Brother does all soul and rare groove lovers a favour by collection totters a load of desirable hits on this 30th anniversary edition of the fifth volume of their The Wants List series. The collection focusses on tunes form the 80s onwards from two steppers to modern soul. It's pure gold from the first needle drop with Barry White's buttery smooth baritone seducing beneath gentle sax sounds on 'Playing Your Game Baby.' Elsewhere the likes of Sweet Charles, Etta James, The Four Tops, Bobby Blue Bland and many more soul icons all serve up some of their warmest grooves.
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Played by: Scarlett O'Malley
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Wanted Dead Or Alive
Cat: SB 7039. Rel: 29 Oct 19
Wanted Dead Or Alive (3:27)
Can You Feel It (3:06)
Review: Produced by Leroy Hutson and Curtis Mayfield, released by Just Sunshine Records, over the course of five years, the community-based collective Voices Of East Harlem blessed the world with three albums and a whole string of funky singles, including these two cult tracks. "Wanted Dead Or Alive" is straight up funk with a strong splash of gospel. One of their most popular cuts, it was taken from their 1973 self-titled album. "Can You Feel It" on the B offers much more of a rare groove and funk vibe with keys and some powerful backing vocals. It still sounds as fresh as it did 45 years ago. You feeling it?
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It's My Thing (remastered)
It's My Thing (remastered) (limited heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LPSBCS 6D. Rel: 04 Jun 15
It's My Thing (part 1) (2:52)
It's My Thing (part 2) (1:52)
Things Got To Get Better (Get Together) (3:01)
What Kind Of Man (2:11)
If You Love Me (2:52)
Unwind Yourself (2:49)
You Got To Have A Job (If You Don't Work, You Can't Eat) (4:10)
I'll Work It Out (2:57)
I'm Tired I'm Tired I'm Tired (Things Better Change Before It's Too Late) (2:29)
I Made A Mistake Because It's Only You (part 1) (3:00)
I Made A Mistake Because It's Only You (part 2) (3:00)
In The Middle (instrumental) (2:46)
This Girl's In Love With You (2:58)
Sunny (duet with James Brown) (3:16)
What Do I Have To Do To Prove My Love To You (2:27)
He's The One (2:33)
Get Out Of My Life (2:58)
Shades Of Brown (instrumental) (3:06)
Played by: Soul Music
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Hey What's That You Say
Cat: SB 7023. Rel: 15 Jul 16
Hey What's That You Say (3:23)
Always There (5:23)
Review: 40 years young: Wood, Brass & Steel's eponymous debut album enjoys a highly timely reissue and it still sounds every bit as funky ("Theme Song"), soulful ("Working On A Dream") and emotional ("My Darling Baby") as it did in 76. Complete with cult dancefloor hit "Funkanova" and the crossover disco hit "Always There", this LP has aged with real maturity and clout. Considering what the members did next (Tackheads, Sugarhill and Fats Comet) Wood, Brass & Steel was something of a supergroup in hindsight... And this album is where it all began.
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Uncovered: The Lost Astroscope Recordings 1973
Cat: LPSBCS 88. Rel: 11 Jul 22
Hey What's That You Say (3:27)
A Love Of My Own (3:44)
Let's Take A Stroll (3:08)
Trespassing (3:41)
If He Can Do It, She Can Do It (3:27)
I Wish It Would Rain (5:08)
Jermilah (9:38)
Review: This record was thought to have been lost until recently re-discovered. Recorded in the 1970s and has been loving remasters from the original tapes here and pressed onto heavyweight wax. This collection features some heavily sampled tunes such as 'Funkanova' which has been pillaged by the likes of Black Science Orchestra, DJ Sneak and The Bucketheads. It also has a famous rendition of the Ronnie Laws jewel 'Always There'. Wood, Brass & Steel members include the likes of Doug Winbush who went on to play with the Sugarhill Gang and Grandmaster Flash.
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Hard & Heavy
Hard & Heavy (limited 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: LPSBC S80. Rel: 08 Sep 16
Re-Entry (1:45)
Open Up Your Heart (4:20)
Long Live Music (6:11)
Love Incognito (1:15)
Be Yourself (6:49)
Are You Busy (3:56)
Superstar (4:49)
Welcome (6:32)
Space Walk (1:27)
Fly With The Music (4:00)
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Wounded Woman (reissue)
Cat: LPSBCS 74. Rel: 25 Apr 15
Wounded Woman (2:29)
The Sha-La Bandit (3:19)
I'm Not Strong Enough To Love You Again (3:06)
I Come Running Back (2:44)
Lovin' You, Lovin' Me (3:20)
A Man Can't Be A Man (Without A Woman) (3:02)
Midnight Affair (3:18)
I'll Be Your Shelter (In Time Of Storm) (3:26)
Please Don't Say Goodbye (3:07)
Played by: Soul Music
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