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Two Weeks: Soul

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Cat: IS 015. Rel: 04 Jul 19
  1. Komorebi (3:51)
  2. Yu (3:33)
  3. New Gods (feat Oscar Jerome & Prince) (3:18)
  4. Silver Linings (4:03)
  5. Opals (2:25)
  6. Satisfied (3:45)
  7. When The Sun Bursts (4:23)
  8. She Goes Out Of Focus (5:21)
  9. Kite Hill Theme (4:02)
  10. Z (6:04)
Review: London's Catching Flies returned to action last year after a five year absence with "Satisfied", an ambient and chillwave flavoured single that was every bit as alluring as his earlier work. Here he attempts to build on that success with a confident debut album that reminded us a little - in parts at least - of Jordan Rakei's earlier work. The ten tracks largely tend towards the slick, soulful and summery, with woozy lead vocals riding atop head-nodding beats, soft-touch instrumentation, jazzy guitar passages and the kind of sunset-ready sounds that will delight those of a Balearic persuasion. Highlights include the music box melodies of ambient curt "Opals", the sunny opener "Komerebi" and the sing-along stomp of "Satisfied".
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  1. The Family Daptone - "Hey Brother (Do Unto Others)" (3:52)
  2. Soul Fugue - "The 100 Knights Orchestra" (4:58)
Review: Soul and funk heads won't want to miss this very special seven-inch from the Daptone Records crew, and not just because it's the label's 100th "45". The A-side features an all-star '60s soul cover of the Frightnrs rock-steady cut featuring vocal contributions from Saun and Starr, James Hunter, Lee Fields, Naomi Shelton, Duke Amayo, the Frightnrs and two legends who are no longer with us: Charles Bradley and Sharon Jones. It's a one-off that won't be repeated for obvious reasons, but more importantly it's very, very good. Over on the flip main man Bosco Mann takes charge, conducting and producing "two opposing armies" of woodwind and horn players from the label's expansive musical roster. As you'd expect, it's something of an epic.
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Cat: GSC 4521. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Misdemeanor (Jazz mix) (4:18)
  2. You're Gonna Need Me (4:28)
Review: Ahmad Jamal track been sampled and reworked by Hip Hop greats
Primo - Gang Starr Solilquay of Chaos to Black Moon -Black Smif-mWessun- Pete Rock flipped on Something Funky release.

Richard Evans bass player and arranger blazes Jazz Funk intro, really sets it off from Original Foster Sylvers version very hot tune !!!


You're Gonna Need ME Dionne Warwick
1973 Monster of Pysch Soul tune
Written by Holland - Dozier- Holland Studios arranged by Mckinley Jackson you can hear that RAW DETROIT FUZZ FUNK Sound.

Dilla aka Jay Dee brought to the light of day after he flipped it on his Famous Donuts album (STOP) back in 2006 Well that history we already know!
Wu-Tang's Clap from THE W album (2000) as bonus track!
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Positive Forces (7" 再出版)
Cat: AJX 4135. Rel: 10 Jul 19
  1. Positive Forces (3:41)
  2. All Because Of You (theme instrumental) (3:14)
Review: Acid Jazz has pulled off something of a coup here by persuading legendary '70s soul man Leroy Huston to part with a couple of previously unreleased cuts. A-side "Positive Forces" was recorded by Hutson in 1977 and sits somewhere between the sweeping, orchestrated bliss of Philly soul, the soaring dancefloor celebration of disco and the loose-limbed instrumental goodness of jazz-funk. It's an absolute stunner, all told, and sounds like it was tailor-made for spins at sweltering summer festivals. On the B-side you'll find a previously unreleased instrumental version of 1975's "All Because of You". While a vocal-free version has previously been released, this particular mix includes a little more drum action at the beginning to assist with mixing.
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Street Soul Brasil 1987-1995 (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: HSR 006. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Afrodite Se Quiser - "Fora De Mim" (4:06)
  2. Lilith - "Todo Amor E Bom" (remix) (6:00)
  3. Fabio Fonseca - "Ladroes De Bagda" (feat Marina Lima) (3:51)
  4. Fernanda Abreu - "Hello Baby" (4:56)
  5. Luna E DJ Cri - "Acabou Como Comecou" (4:28)
  6. Junior - "Vim Te Buscar" (4:59)
  7. Thaide & DJ Hum - "Coisas Do Amor" (Trepanado edit) (4:34)
  8. As Damas Do Rap - "Um Sonho Real" (4:55)
  9. MC D'Eddy - "Jeito De Ser Menina" (instrumental) (5:12)
  10. Sharylaine - "Saudade" (5:26)
Review: Did you know that Britain was not the only country where street soul was a musical force to be reckoned with during the late '80s and early '90s? As this fine compilation from record collector Augusto Olivani shows, the sound also thrived in Brazil, where inner-city musicians embraced its post-boogie fusion of head-nodding grooves, smooth instrumentation and even smoother vocals. There's much to enjoy throughout "Street Soul Brasil", from the dreamy chords and sparkling melodies of Afrodite Se Quiser's breezy "Fora De Mim", to the Soul II Soul style shuffle of Luna E DJ Cri's "Acabou Como Comecou", via the rushing cheeriness of Junior's "Vim Te Buscar" and the sugary bliss of MC D'Eddy's "Jeito De Menina (Instrumental)".
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Cat: S4R 07. Rel: 09 Jul 19
  1. Blue In The Heart (4:18)
  2. Time To Get Over You (2:44)
Review: Legendary, and hugely prolific, soulsmith and writer Dan Penn looks back over his last two albums and pick two of the most delicate, soul-stirring tracks. Taken from 2013's I Need A Holiday and 2016's Something About The Night respectively, "Blue In The Heart" is stripped right back to guitar, organs and Dan's rich voice (which hasn't faltered over seven decades in the game) while "Time To Get Over You" hits with more of a bluesy twang and a country influence on the backing harmonies. Raw, direct and guaranteed to get your skin in goosebumps. Just like every other record Dan's given the world.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Love Is A Hurtin' Thing (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: LH 086LP. Rel: 05 Jul 19
  1. Love Is A Hurtin' Thing (3:23)
  2. How Can Yhou Say It (2:53)
  3. What I Want (3:31)
  4. Burning Eyes (3:25)
  5. Deep Inside Of You (2:28)
  6. World That's Not Real (3:51)
  7. What's Your World (3:53)
  8. Had It All The Time (3:01)
  9. Jolene (3:36)
  10. Music (1:32)
Review: By now, most should know Gloria Ann Taylor's "Deep Inside of You", a sublime chunk of rare disco-soul that's been reissued several times in recent years. Fewer will be familiar with Taylor's other work in the same period for the similarly obscure Selector Sound label, which is gathered together on this fine compilation. Evocative, tear jerking and largely heavily orchestrated in the "wall of sound" production style of Phil Spector, the heart-aching songs benefit greatly from Taylor's fragile but forthright vocal style. Ironically, the finest single moment - "Deep Inside of You" aside - is also the most sparse and bluesy: the near perfect "Burning Eyes". "Love Is A Hurting Thing" sold out when it first appeared in stores in 2015, so this reissue is bound to be popular. Don't sleep.
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  1. I Was Born To Love You (part 1) (3:40)
  2. I Was Born To Love You (part 2) (3:31)
Review: To mark Record Store Day 2018, London store Love Vinyl pressed up a tasty 12" containing the best of the disco-era work of Ohio-based soul combo Timeless Legend. Tucked away on the B-side was "I Was Born To Love You", a soaring chunk of sweet and punchy disco-soul from 1980. Here that track gets the reissue treatment from Richard Searling and John Anderson's admirable Expansions imprint. As with the original Dawn-Lite seven-inch single, the inspired A-side vocal version (Part 1) is accompanied by a slightly wilder, largely instrumental flipside take (Part 2) that's worth the entrance price on its own.
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