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 in stock $9.18
Cat: SDE 25. Rel: 07 Jun 17
Soul
  1. Love Vibrations (4:35)
  2. Love Company (4:20)
Review: Back around the early 1970's, Bell Telephunk was formed around the New Jersey area. Some members moved to Cleveland, Ohio where the group performed in local bars and clubs at the time. The band disbanded early on but the name lay dormant for a few years until round the mid '70s; when Michael Calhoun and a few others decided to rejuvenate the name again. They played often at the Kinsman Grill in Cleveland where they cut their teeth. They ventured into the studio just once and record a series of six songs: crossover ghetto soul of the highest order and on their newly formed Kinsman Records label. This previously unissuedversion courtesy of Super Disco Edits.
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Played by: SOUL 45, Soul Music
 in stock $10.48
Cat: SDE 31. Rel: 11 Jan 18
Soul
  1. Ain't No Tellin (4:45)
  2. Sister Moon (4:59)
 in stock $11.02
  1. Love Under The Apple Tree (3:23)
  2. Fool-ology (3:24)
Review: As with many of Super Disco Edits recent releases, "Love Under The Apple Tree" was never released when Bill Brown and the Soul Injection recorded it way back in 1971. While the track was later re-recorded with a different vocalist and backing band, this is the first time soul and funk heads have been able to purchase Brown and company's arguably superior original take. Interestingly, it was recorded at a high-profile Hollywood studio and you can tell. Brown's lead vocal, the female backing singers and the assembled players - drums, bass, glistening guitars and hazy horns - all sparkle thanks to a genuinely high quality production. This isn't quite the case with the spacey and bustling flipside "Fool-ology", which sounds like (an albeit high quality) demo recording.
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Cat: SDE 36. Rel: 11 Jul 18
Soul
  1. Time After Time (3:25)
  2. Time After Time (instrumental) (3:11)
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Keep On (Holding On) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SDE 37. Rel: 07 Aug 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Keep On (Holding On) (4:45)
  2. Keep On (Holding On) (Kon rework) (6:15)
Review: Very little is known about disco troupe The Devoted Souls besides the fact they have a link with musical director extraordinaire Stu Gardner which is where the original master tapes were found. Pure unreleased gold from 1980, there's a bubbly harmonic soul laced throughout the original with just nuances of a more psychedelic trip while Kon searches even deeper into the cosmos with trippy double ups and blissful breakdowns. Get devoted.
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 in stock $14.42
Cat: SDE 27. Rel: 11 Aug 17
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Try Your Love (4:11)
  2. Close To You (4:03)
Review: Following the success of 1980 disco classic "I Like What You're Doing To Me", Young & Company ended up in a long contract dispute with their label, Brunswick. Co-producer Buddy Hankerson used the time to record a set of tracks with a new collection of musicians, the Shine Band. Sadly, none of these recordings were released at the time, making this Time Capsule 7" from the Super Disco Edits camp something of a red-hot exclusive. Rescued from reel-to-reel tapes found in Hankerson's brother's loft, both "Try Your Love" and "Close To You" are superb. While the latter - a leisurely chunk of boogie-soul that sits somewhere between two other Hankerson produced acts, Aurra and Slave - is impressive, it's the livelier, jauntier A-side (very Young & Company) that makes this 7" so desirable.
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Cat: SDE 33. Rel: 11 Apr 18
Soul
  1. Keep God On Your Side (5:51)
  2. Going Down (Incognito) (6:36)
Review: Previously, Philadelphia outfit Heem The Music Monsters was most famous for the sought-after 1976 psych-funk 7" "Wake Up People". It turns out, though, that the Hubert Willis-produced band recorded tons of other material in the same period, almost all of which has never seen the light of day before. The two tracks featured here are two such examples. "Keep God On Your Side" is a pleasingly sweet and dreamy chunk of life-affirming warmth that sits somewhere between classic Philly Soul and the more conscious vibes of the Mighty Ryeders. B-side instrumental "Going Down (Incognito)" is arguably even better, mixing as it does the inspired fusion of Brit-funk combo Cymande with heavy Clavinet lines, breathy backing vocals and dueling horn solos.
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Candy (7")
Cat: SDE 39. Rel: 26 Nov 18
Soul
  1. Candy (3:42)
  2. For Your Precious Love (4:26)
Review: The latest missive from Mike Theodore and Dennis Coffey's 7th Galaxy label - an imprint run in association with Super Disco Edits chief DJ Sigher - offers up a couple of previously unheard tracks produced by the pair in 1979. They come from J. J. Barnes, a soul singer best known for his 1967 U.S top-ten hit "Baby Please Come Back Home". "Candy" is a totally different beast; a disco-influenced modern soul gem rich in woozy backing vocals, swirling Philly Soul style strings, boogie-powered slap-bass and Barnes' inspired lead vocal. The B-side is an altogether slower and more saccharine affair, as Barnes, Theodore and Coffey conjure up a teary-eyed cover of Jerry Butler classic "For Your Precious Love".
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Cat: SDE 35. Rel: 25 May 18
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Star Gazer (4:04)
  2. Dream Baby Blue (4:49)
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Love On The Shelf (limited 7")
Cat: SDE 022. Rel: 23 Feb 17
Soul
  1. Love On The Shelf (3:37)
  2. Bring You Love Closer (3:34)
Review: Over the last couple of years, Super Disco Edits has been responsible for unearthing and releasing previously unheard material from Willie Tee, Brass Horizon and Melton Bolton's Mighty Fire outfit. They've clearly got a great relationship with former Motown songwriter Bolton, as he's handed over two more previously unreleased, disc-era scorchers. "Love On The Shelf" is naturally heart-felt and luscious, with Belton's lead vocals soaring over simmering horns, rolling percussion and a superb, "walking" bassline. Turn to the flip for "Bring Your Love Closer", a seductive chunk of slo-mo soul for those intimate moments. While it lacks the dancefloor credentials of the A-side, it's certainly a smooth and immaculately produced excursion.
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 in stock $8.26
Cat: SDE 34. Rel: 04 May 18
Soul
  1. Come On Go With Me (4:31)
  2. Lose Your Mind (4:33)
 in stock $11.02
  1. Red Light Green Light (vocal) (3:48)
  2. Red Light Green Light (instrumental) (4:06)
Review: The Super Disco Edits camp have pulled off something of a coup here, securing the rights to a previously unissued 1987 cut from studio duo New Jersey Connection, whose sole 1981 single, "Love Don't Come Easy", has long been a favourite of boogie DJs. "Red Light Green Light", featuring the breezy vocals of Cynthia Wilson, sounds like a long lost boogie classic: all sugary-sweet backing vocals, rubbery bass guitar, twinkling '80s soul synthesizer melodies and punchy drum machine percussion. The A-side vocal version is accompanied by a tasty instrumental mix, in which the focus switches to the NJ twosome's superb production. File under: "must have".
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 in stock $11.02
Cat: SDE 38. Rel: 22 Oct 18
Soul
  1. Let Me Put It In Your Ear (previously unreleased) (2:49)
  2. In My Life (previously unreleased) (3:56)
Review: Two never-before-released cuts from ill-fated Indianapolis troupe who looked set for the big time but moved to LA and consequently got shelved. 1978's loss is 2018's gain, however, as we're treated to two of their shelved gems right here. "Let Me Put It In Your Ear" is a belting falsetto soul slammer articulated with real urgency while "In My Life" is much more of a smouldering affair that builds up into an emphatic soul crescendo. Put it in your collection.
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Safe (7")
Cat: SDE 29. Rel: 01 Nov 17
Soul
  1. Safe (4:12)
  2. I Wanna Be Closer (4:05)
Review: Since turning their back on hush-hush re-edits in favour of issuing obscure or previously unreleased material, the Super Disco Edits label has barely put a foot wrong. Their latest 7" boasts two previously unissued recordings by former Reflections member John Simmons, who later went on to work as Whitney Houston's "creative director". Both tracks were recorded in 1979, originally as demos for a band Simmons was working with. "Safe", in particular, is superb; a jazz-funk-tinged chunk of modern soul rich in cosmic bass, crunchy Clavinet motifs, twinkling electric piano solos and jazzy guitar flourishes. Simmons' vocal, too, is rather special. Flipside "I Wanna Be Closer" is similarly funk-fuelled whilst retaining the smooth, soulful vibe that marked out Simmons' early productions.
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Cat: SDE 18. Rel: 11 Aug 16
Soul
  1. Run Around (4:50)
  2. Run Around (Sparse mix) (4:48)
Review: Having released on classic powerhouses such as Capitol and Atlantic, as well as other lesser known but equally coveted soul labels, we can safely say that Wilson John Turbinton aka Willie Tee is up there with the greats. The multi-talented keyboardist and vocalist released an astounding volume of music before his death back in 2007, and not all of it easy to come by these days. So, we're pleased to see "Run Around" previously unissued and now on 7" for Super Disco Edits because it's a funky and timeless soul ballad with a warm twist and a touch of sexiness for the dance. The 'Sparse' mix on the flip is perhaps less seductive but Turbington lays out more space for his own vocal charm on this version. Excellent.
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 in stock $9.18
Cat: SDE 40. Rel: 04 Dec 18
Soul
  1. What'cha Gonna Do? (feat Mystic Merlin) (4:10)
  2. You Got Me Baby (6:25)
Review: Super Disco Edits continues to unearth unreleased gold. Their latest 12" boasts two previously unheard gems by Doris Troy, an American soul singer whose career was revitalized when she moved to London and released an eponymous album on the Beatles' Apple Records in 1970. "What'cha Gonna Do" is a radical revision of Troy's popular 1964 single. This version was recorded in 1980, with Troy singing beautifully over a hazy reggae-soul backing track provided by popular jazz-funk combo Mystic Merlin (they of "Just Can't Give You Up" fame). Flipside "You Got Me Baby", meanwhile, was recorded a year earlier in New York, with producers David Nathan and John Simmons conjuring up a string-drenched disco anthem onto which Troy could brilliantly do her thing.
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