- 01. Anakonda
02. Blaue Matrosen
03. Nur Die
04. Nicht Warten
05. Gurus & Geheimagenten
06. Der Sandman
07. Bis Ans Ende Der Welt
08. Das Tier
11. Roter Mond
12. Baggersee(Rockers)Wiederauflage der zweiten DMM-LP von 1982 mit den Bonustracks von der Sandman Single. „(…), es brodelt von gewagten Arrangements, raspelnden, splitternden Gitarren, tribalen Rhythmen und gewitzten Texten“, schrieb Xao Seffcheque im Sounds 1982 zu der eben bei No Fun Records erschienen Platte „Unmodern“. Tatsächlich wurden Der Moderne Man von vielen Kritikern für ihre zweite Platte gefeiert und galten von nun an sogar als eine der wenigen wichtigen deutschen Bands. Das war nur folgerichtig, denn die Gruppe war nach diversen Umbesetzungen und Tourneen gewachsen und der Sound war kraftvoller und organischer als noch beim Vorgänger. Das lag zu einem guten Teil auch daran, dass nach dem Ausstieg von Ziggy XY der vormalige Bassist Mattus nun das Mikrophon übernommen hatte. Dennoch klingt auf „Unmodern“ nichts glattgebügelt und auf kommerzielle Verwertbarkeit getrimmt, sondern vielmehr ist es die Wandelbarkeit der Stimmungen, Texte und Musik, die die Eigenständigkeit von DMM ausmachen. Bei dem Opener „Anakonda“ verwebt sich der schlangengleich mäandernde Bass mit einem Text, der Erotik und Altes Testament verbindet. Der Titeltrack „Unmodern“ hingegen ist wohl als Parodie auf den damaligen Zeitgeist zu verstehen und erinnert an Kraftwerk oder Devo, trotzdem bleibt er mit verschmitztem Popappeal im Ohr.
- 01. Grey Pinstripes
03. Different Names
04. Looking Forward
07. So Tired
08. Chips Cashed In
09. Recession Era
10. You Don't Know Me At All
11. Love Goes Round And Round
12. Have A Little FunTalbot Adams ist ein rastloser Geselle. Geboren wurde der Songwriter in New Orleans, er spielte bei Lo-Fi-Bands wie Darkest Hours oder Black and Whites, arbeitet als Sozialarbeiter und machte sich die Historie von Memphis und Mississippi zu eigen, was ihn 2014 sein charmantes Solodebüt veröffentlichen liess. Die 12 neuen Songs sind in ihrer Naivität und Sympathie einschmeichelnd: alles wurde vom ihm selbst eingespielt und zumeist ist dies nur eine Gitarre und eine eigentümliche Singstimme. Die Songs sind wie Skizzen gestaltet, die von Begegnungen mit Nöten wie Armut und Perspektivlosigkeit berichten und doch Hoffnung machen. Die erste Seite ist komplett akustisch downstripped Folkrock, die 2. bietet elektrifizierte Folk/Powerpop-Workouts, die wie Jonathan Richman meets Billy Bragg daherkommen. Gelungenes Album.
- 01. Don't care for crying
02. Labors of my love
03. If I Can't Find Love
04. Vigorous Head Shaking[engl] This is the first release by Austin-based Ex-Legionnaires, the new band from David Alx Anguiano (MAASTER GAIDEN, OCCULT DETECTIVE CLUB, THE DISTRESSERS) - a badass soul-punk outfit in the reign of King Khan and Hex Dispensers! Recorded at the Compund Recording Studios. 500 copies were pressed.
- 01. Barely Doin' Crime
02. Fashion Thug
03. Gimme Something Else
04. I need to kill my neighbors
05. Too Dumb To Hate
06. Lolita[engl] This is a split-release by german Secret Identity Records and Canada-based Mammoth Cave Recordings Co. Both labels did a run of 150 copies each, each label had it's own cover art - this here is the german edition. Strange Attractor is Jeffrey Houle (STATUES) from Sudbury, Ontario.
- 01. Sister Salvation
02. Music Forever
03. Who Killed Cock Robin?
05. O.D. (Over Dose)
06. Time To Smile
07. Jim Dunn's Dilemma[engl]An extremely rare album left by Detroit-based jazz keyboard player Johnny Griffith known for the album "Together, Togetherness" on RCA. An album covering "From The Music Connection" with Freddie Redd Quartet and Jackie McLean. The Music From "The Connection" was composed by jazz pianist Freddie Redd for Jack Gelber's 1959 play The Connection. This first recording of the music was released on the Blue Note label in 1960. It features performances by Redd and Jackie McLean Jack Gelber originally planned for the play to feature improvised music performed by jazz musicians who would also play small roles in the production. Freddie Redd, however, persuaded Gelber to include his original score. Redd re-recorded the score later in 1960 as Music from the Connection. In 1974 The pianist Johnny Griffith, who was a member of the prestigious Motown rhythm section "Funk Brothers", covered the album "The Connection" by Freddie Red as a whole album, playing electric piano here, which really changes the vibe of the music - and the players are supposedly a host of Motown studio musicians - playing jazz here, but with a nice funky soul undercurrent. Originally released on Detroit Geneva Label. Pianist Johnny Griffith can be heard on classic Motown sides, as well as on recordings from other Detroit-area labels.
- 01. Procura-Se Uma Virgem - (Prefixo) (Tema De Abertura)
02. Procura-Se Uma Virgem - (Valsa) (Duo Cantate)
04. Os Três Ladrões
05. Uma Velha Bossa
06. Vamos Nós
07. O Anjo E O Diabo
08. Tema De Amor
09. Ba Ôba Ôba
10. Procura-Se Uma Virgem (Sufixo)[engl] This is Erlon Chaves e Orquestra Saint Moritz – "Procura-se uma Virgem" OST (1971), , supposed to be one of the most sought after Erlon Chaves LP. This OST was recorded to a Brazilian soft porn movie with killer organ funk instrumental tracks and several funky, erotic & modal tracks, arranged and directed by maestro Erlon Chaves.
- 01. Mr. P.C.
02. Brute Strength
03. Yusef’s Way
04. Silver’s Serenade
05. Castle Spook (part 1)
06. Eastern Raga
08. Castle Spook (part 2)[engl] This is cool jazz album all the way around. From the black and white hand drawn to the fact that it came out of Fresno, California (not exactly a hotbed for jazz) to the handful of styles present (straight ahead, funky, free, and even a raga), this record’s got it going on. High quality musicianship and some far out stoner tracks make this album stand head and shoulders above most of its private peers. Original very limited issue (rumor has it that only 300 were pressed). This album was a very limited press that was handed out at their shows and sold to local record stores. Only together for nine months, Mike Selesia (who plays Sax and Flute) and band recorded this album in one day presented this fascinating hybrid of early 60s Coltrane, early 70s Miles Davis.
- 01. Get Some
02. Bad Times
03. On The Hanger To Dry
04. Make A Run For It
05. Everything Is Shit (Without You)
06. It's A Drag (Isn't It)
07. Worse Than I
08. Always Watching
09. Can't Hold On
10. Keep On Waitin'
11. It's Not Gonna Be Ok
12. Bank Robbery
- 01. Chopi Chopsticks
03. Split Soul
04. First Movement "Rat Race"
05. Second Movement "Home At Night"
06. Third Movement "Having A Ball"[engl] Probably the most rare release south–African jazz Along with Chris McGregor, Gideon Nxumalo helped pioneer the pre–exile South African Jazz sound. His 1962 album ’Jazz Fantasia’ is widely regarded as a seminal South African jazz record. The record featured legendary jazz altoists Kippie Moeketsi and a very young Dudu Pukwana Dudu Pukwana plays sax in similar Albert Ayler’s vein! Moeketsi was a colossal South African jazz figure during this time, and ’Jazz Fantasia’ signaled Moeketsi’s last commercial success before his struggles with alcohol and depression took their toll. The album was recorded at the Great Hall at Wits University in September 1962. It was commissioned by the university as part of an arts festival. With a limited pressing at the time, the album has become a revered foundation of modern South African jazz music, even though it is a rare album to find.
- 01. Why Spend The Dark Nigh With You?
02. Moondog Nocturne Suite Part 1
03. Moondog Nocturne Suite Part 2
04. Moondog Nocturne Suite Part 3
95. Avenue Of The Americas (51st Street)
06. 2 West 46th Street
07. Lullaby (2 West 46th Street)
08. Fog On The Hudson
10. On And Off The Beat 11. Chant
12. From One To Nine
13. Untitled Chant #1
14. Untitled Chant #1
15. Untitled Chant #2
16. Untitled Chant #3
17. Untitled percussion solo #1
18. Untitled percussion solo #2
19. Untitled percussion solo #3
20. Untitled Chant #4
21. Untitled percussion solo in traffic #1
22. Untitled percussion solo in traffic #2[engl]Behold! A survey of Moondog’s earliest recorded works - many of them unreleased until now - through a collaboration by Mississippi Records and Lucia Records. From 1954 - 1962 field recordist Tony Schwartz frequently checked in with Moondog, his favorite street musician. Tony Schwartz made recordings of Moondog’s earliest compositions as they were coming into focus. Sometimes these recordings were made right on the street as Moondog busked, sometimes they were made in Schwartz’s studio, and sometimes they were made on NYC rooftops. The resulting recordings, many of which had never been released, were deposited at the Library Of Congress as part of the Tony Schwartz Collection in 2006 when Schwartz passed away, and this record was culled straight from these original tapes. Side one kicks off with an unreleased version of Moondog’s classic composition “Why Spend The Dark Night With You?” followed by the first ever complete recording of his “Nocturne Suite,” a beautiful piece of classical music performed with members of the Royal Philharmonic. The side ends with the complete “On The Streets Of New York” 7” EP, which was released on Mars records in 1955 and subsequently re-released by Honest Jon’s Records in 2004 on their excellent Moondog anthology.
- Avantgarde / Klassik
- 01. I’m So Depressed
02. The Royal Palm
03. I’m A Hard Working Man
04. Old Black Joe
05. Man Walked On The Moon
06. I Cried
07. Sitting On Top Of The World
08. My Middle Name Is The Blues
09. Love Wheel
10. Cocaine Blues
11. Too Poor To Live, Too Poor To Die[engl] Abner Jay is an extraordinary one-man-band with one of the deepest emotive voices ever recorded. “Man Walked On The Moon” features Abner material from two different periods. Side A opens with an early deep 1970’s version of his signature song “I’m So Depressed,” which has never before been reissued on LP. The hit is followed by four previously unreleased songs from the same period - “The Royal Palm” (a classic train song), “Old Black Joe,” “I’m A Hard Working Man,” and his paen to space travel, “Man Walked On The Moon.” All are sung and played by Abner with his standard one man band set up - electric banjo, drums played by his feet, and harmonica. Side B of the LP features Abner’s emotionally charged last recordings. These were made two months before Abner passed away, and here we find him pensively playing acoustic guitar and singing. The songs are incredibly emotional and not for the faint of heart. These mournful tracks were previously released on a Mississippi 10” EP back in 2011 (“Last Ole Minstrel Man”) and is long out-of- print. This LP collects some of Abner’s greatest work from across his career, all rare or previously unreleased classics! LP comes housed in an old school “tip on” jacket and includes a 20 page booklet with photos and a loving tribute to Abner Jay written by Jack Teague.
- Blues / Rock'n'Roll
- 01. De Janeiro
02. Girls Dance
05. Rio Beach
06. Obrigado Brazil
07. Nova Start
09. Live In Montreux
10. Socializing Brazil
12. Radiance Of The Moon(Farsi)[engl] Bodikhuu is a producer and hip-hop obsessive from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, the world’s coldest capital city. He works as a crane operator and dreams of Brazil. “I was stuck on a crowded bus listening to João Gilberto,” Bodikhuu said. “I closed my eyes and felt my spirit rise in the air.” Bodikhuu composed this album of instrumental hip-hop beats on a worn MPC in a Soviet housing block on the outskirts of Ulaanbaatar when it got too cold to work construction. It’s a love letter to Rio, a place he knows only through music and his imagination. The result is an album of lush, tropical beats, subtle turns, fat drums, internet ephemera, and the watchful spirits of Bodikhuu’s favorite artists - Dilla and Damu the Fudgemunk. It’s grounded in a spirit of longing. “There are many talented artists in Mongolia,” Bodikhuu said, “but because of family or social problems, we’re just left here.” Rio/Bodianova collects on vinyl for the first time Bodikhuu’s two Brazil EPs – legendary releases for the small but passionate Mogngolian hip-hop community. It’s the first Mongolian hip-hop record put on wax, fully remastered by Tim Stollenwerk. Artwork by hip-hop illustrator David Barnett (Curren$y, Erykah Badu). Limited pressing of 500 copies.
- Soul / Funk / Jazz
- 01. Agua Del Olvido
02. Recuerdos Del Ayer
03. Huarancinito Orgulloso
04. Libro Del Destino
05. Cholito Ingrato
06. Rio Grande
07. De Broma En Broma
08. Sed De Amor
09. Fundo Llama Chupan
10. Tres Palomitas
11. Subida De Pucachina
12. Despedida[engl] Esther Suarez, also known as La Ocrasina De Oro, is a popular Peruvian Huayno singer. La Bolognesina is one of her earlier albums, featuring reverbed vocals over Andean harps supplemented with light percussion and handclaps. The album was recorded in 1981, with the title referring to her roots near the snow-capped Andean mountains of the Bolognesi province in the Ancash region of Peru. Peru experienced waves of mass rural-to-urban migration in the latter half of the twentieth century due to poverty and political instability, but with it also came an explosion in the popularity of the folkloric Huayno tradition. An urban and modernized studio version of ancient indigenous Quechua folk traditions, Huayno became the soundtrack to the migrant’s experience of both hardship and homesickness. Esther Suarez’s clear and yearning vocals soar over galloping huayno rhythms, evoking the highlands of her youth with heartbreak, regret and melancholy, while simultaneously looking to a place where there is always a will to live and an invitation to dance. Truly some of the most beautiful music ever.
- Soul / Funk / Jazz
- 01. The Bluestars - Social End Product
02. The La De Das - Don't You Stand In My Way
03. Sandy Edmonds - Come See Me
04. Larry's Rebels - Whatcha Gonna Do About It?
05. The Rayders - Working Man
06. Tom Thumb - You're Gonna Miss Me
07. The Pleazers - Hurtin' All Over
08. Grim Ltd. - Milk Cow Blues
09. Chants R&B - Neighbour Neighbour
10. The Roadrunners - L.S.D.
11. The Smoke - No More Now
12. The Gremlins - Blast Off 1970
13. The Principals - I Can't Stop
14. The Troubled Mind - Finders Keepers
15. Ray Woolf & The Avengers - Little Things That Happen
16. Tomorrow's Love 7 And 7 Is(Vostok)[engl] 16 Kiwi freakbeat nuggets from 1966 to 1968 !!! Redux 25th Anniversary 'Wild Things' collection of out of control, filthy, & fuzzy mayhem from the 'bottom' of the world (Just ask Keith Richard & Viv Prince - both NZ tourists in 1965). Kiwi teens out 'prettying' the Pretty Things with the Mod-ish ferocity of the Who and strong doses of Beck & Page-ish rave up isms. Armed with locally manufactured guitars and amplifiers through home-made fuzz boxes. These 16 skullbusting mashers were recorded under basic conditions in primitive studios. All in mono, transferred from master tape. Insert included.
- Sixties / Psychedelic
- 01. See Your Friends About It
02. Tripping Away
03. All I Could Think Of Was You
04. To Run For
05. Let Your Hair Down
06. The Antlers
07. Straight Into My Eye
08. Hold On To What You’ve Got
10. Had A Place
12. Good Company[engl]GLOW KIT has been the best kept garage pop secret in Northern Europe for nearly a decade now. We had a buzzing head about debut single & album on the sadly missed P.Trash Records and instanly put this on our top ten list. The danish duo knew how knock out power pop songs in times when Burger Records just started to reissue garage pop records on tape.Together with their punk alter egos COLA FREAKS and dosed usage of wave elements you could surround JAY REATARDS Matador days with less force for perfection. GLOW KIT songs stick to your ear and it was sad to see them going into a hiatus. They´re back since a while and like NANCY or DANGUS TARKUS it´s way too rough, square, energy-laden for the pop music industry and and too sunny for the frozen crusties genre. On "Naive Antlers" Kasper & Kristoffer rise that pop monster to godzilla size and let it bumble around till turning a north sea beach cabin mojo, shakin´of lo-fi accoustic pop gusts of wind. The super catchy vocals range from shout-out direct mic-to-speaker blasts reminding of the modern DWARVES occasional gems. Next are wavy fireplace heart breakers with arranged intro & outro parts. Years after we asked the band and P.Trash about a record we had recordings in the house! It took one listen to bow in humble adoration of these pop creators.
- LP 180gr
- Garage / Powerpop
- 01. The Counts - Enchanted Sea
02. Gary U.S. Bonds - I Wanna Holler
03. Gloria Jones - Tainted Love
04. Lee Bonds - I'll Find True Love
05. Beverly McKay - No No I Can't Help You
06. Irma Thomas - It's Raining
07. Reuben Bell - Another Day Gone
08. O.V. Wright - She's Gone
09. Timmy Willis - Easy As Saying 1-2-3
10. Tammy McKnight - Stop These Teardrops
11. Ben E King - It's All Over
12. Ruby Johnson - I'll Run Your Hurt Away
13. Bettye Lavette - You Killed The Love
14. Chris Kenner - Time
15. Sam & Dave - I Got Everything
16. Earl Gaines - The Best Of Luck To You
17. Lanny Hunt - I Can't Say I Love You
18. Dori Grayson - Try Love
19. Solomon Burke - Time Is A Thief
20. Doris Duke - I Don't Care Anymore
21. Lee Moses - I'm Sad About It
22. Bettye Swann - My Heart Is Closed For The Season
23. Cookie Gabriel - I'll Never Love Again
24. Miracles - Don't Leave Me(Cairo)[engl] Limited Copies Available! Stunning compilation of great soul songs. The first in a six part series of compilations following a similar logic as Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music - only where Smith covered folk, blues, gospel and old timey, this compilation covers just American soul music recorded between 1955 and 1972. Many deep ballads and a few rockers. Features extensive 12 page liner notes with lots of photo's. Cover has gold foil printing, and the records are housed in classy black sleeves. . Super fancy limited edition double LP not to be missed.
- 01. John Lee Ziegler - Used To Be Mine But Now Look Who Got Her Now
02. William Robertson - Love Blues
03. Jim Bunkley - Old Red #2
04. John Lee Ziegler - Poor Boy
05. Jimmy Lee Williams - Hoot Your Belly Give Your Backbone Ease
06. James Davis - James Boogie
07. Jimmy Lee Williams - Have You Ever Seen Peaches Grow On A Sweet Potato Vine
08. William Robertson - Hoochie Coochie Wagon
09. John Lee Ziegler - If I Lose Let Me Lose
10. Jimmy Lee Williams - Baby Please Don't Go
11. James Davis - Good Morning Little School Girl
12. Jim Bunkley - The Howlin' Wolf[engl] A compilation of Georgia bluesmen who play all in a style of their own. Truly great recordings made by George Mitchell between 1979-1981. Features the hypnotic sounds of John Lee Ziegler, the incredibly rockin' drum and guitar music of James Davis, the hair-stands-up-on-the-back-of-your-neck voice and guitar of William Robertson (also known as Cecil Barfield!), the unique Doaist playing of Jimmy Lee Williams and the ragged and beautiful music of Jim Bunkley. Really just the best blues music you could ever hope to hear. Another testament to the brilliant ear of George Mitchell, who traveled the south in search of the real stuff and found it. Old school “tip on” cover.
- Blues / Rock'n'Roll
- [engl]Outernational Records is pleased to announce the fourth volume of this legendary series, now available on vinyl. This series of archival 78 transfers was originally released in 1995 on CD only. This volume from Central Asia has to be one of the most revelatory volumes yet presented. Concentrating on a singular geographic region, this volume unearths some of the rarest recorded artifacts of music from the Central Asian countries of Mongolia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the Caucasus region, Tadjikistan, Azerbaijan and others. Of all the recent excavation projects inspired by our voracious musical culture, none is more fascinating than Pat Conte's Secret Museum series for Yazoo. Until now, a Western listener's familiarity with ethnic music from the distant past has depended on unsexy field recordings of relatively recent vintage, produced in a spirit of near-scientific inquiry by anthropologically-minded musicologists. When the commercial record business really began to expand in the late '20s however, just about every national style of music was sought out and captured for a growing marketplace. This was true "world music," dressed in its Sunday best perhaps as performed by ambitious locals, but still more vital than the academic, folklorist approach that followed.
- [engl] Outernational Records is pleased to announce the third volume of this legendary series is now available on the vinyl format. This series of archival 78 transfers was originally released in 1995 on CD only. Now for the first time on vinyl, a deluxe gatefold presentation and limited edition pressing. Reissue produced by Hisham Mayet (Sublime Frequencies) in conjunction with Yazoo Records. Compiled here are many of the greatest performances of world and ethnic music ever recorded. This volume represents a trip around the world, stopping at each port to sample one of that country's finest recordings of its indigenous music. Each of these recordings was captured at a period during the golden age of recording when traditional styles were at their peak of power and emotion. Included inside are extensive notes and beautiful period photographs that work together with the music to communicate an exciting sense of discovery. Early 20th century recordings from Poland, Spain, China, Angola, Turkey, Mongolia, Russia, the Congo, and elsewhere, compiled by archivist Pat Conte.
- [engl] This series of archival 78 transfers was originally released in 1995 on CD only. Now for the first time on vinyl, a deluxe gatefold presentation in a limited edition pressing. Produced by Hisham Mayet (Sublime Frequencies) in conjunction with Yazoo Records. Compiled here are many of the greatest performances of world and ethnic music ever recorded. This volume represents a trip around the world, stopping at each port to sample one of that country's finest recordings of its indigenous music. Each of these recordings was captured at a period during the golden age of recording when traditional styles were at their peak of power and emotion. Included inside are extensive notes and beautiful period photographs that work together with the music to communicate an exciting sense of discovery. "One of the most consistently rewarding world music compilations in years, the cuts range from Macedonian fiddle jaunts to Puerto Rican Christmas tunes, from Abyssinian religious chants to ominous Japanese court music. The instruments include Ukrainian sleigh bells, Sardinian triple pipes, Vietnamese moon lutes and Ethiopian one-string violins...a profound artistry lurks beneath the alien vernaculars." --Village Voice; Vol. 1 contains music from Nigeria, Sardinia, Russia, Ceylon, Rajahstan, Cuba, Rumania, Vietnam, Macedonia, Morocco, Society Islands, South Africa, India, Japan, Jamaica, Fiji, and more.
- 01. Maniacs - Revenge Of The Creature
02. Maniacs - Violence
03. Maniacs - What Can We Do
04. Maniacs - Hardcore Punk
05. Maniacs - Follow No False God
06. Maniacs - Execution
07. Maniacs - Grenada Today
08. Maniacs - Brave Men
09. Maniacs - Victim Of The Night
10. Tin Can Army - Guten Morgen BRD
11. Tin Can Army - Freedom
12. Tin Can Army - Nothing Remains
13. Tin Can Army - Yellow Lights
14. Tin Can Army - Innocent Prostitutes
15. Tin Can Army - Cop Of The World
16. Tin Can Army - Jesus
17. Tin Can Army - Rock'n Roll Is Dead
18. Tin Can Army - White X Mas
19. Tin Can Army - Underdogs[engl] One of the few German punk classics that has not been reprinted yet is the MANIACS / TIN CAN ARMY Split LP. MANIACS was a hardcore punk band that born in the summer of 1982 in Rotenburg from a few local bands (Blutverlust and Bunker). Which was connected from the beginning to the English hardcore punk style (G.B.H.VARUKERS, ONE WAY SYSTEM). In their texts, the band picked up on classic political point themes and sang against right-wing extremism and the established society. TIN CAN ARMY from Göttingen was the house band of the Juzi GÖ which was founded in 1982. The first release was released in 1983, the split LP with the MANIACS. The recordings were then recorded under pressure of time in the Musiclab in Berlin. Lyrically, Tin Can Army were very politically on the way, which was probably already too much for the label at the time, since a large part of the edition was supplemented by T.C.A. was not settled. The Ox-Fanzine described the band, which was quite rare, as "Best German intelligent Punkrockunderground, which is even more enthralling 20 years later." The split LP was released in 1984 at the time known in Germany label "Mülleimer Records" ( including Inferno, Normahl, Chaos Z and many others). The Rerelease comes in the original cover artwork as InsideOut version, plus a 24-page booklet (also with the information that was left out at the first edition) and a 30cm x 30cm flyer.
- 01. Lee Moses - Bad Girl Part One
02. Lee Moses - Bad Girl, Part Two
03. Mamie Perry With The Gus Jenkins Orchestra - Lament
04. O.V. Wright - Everybody Knows (The River Song)
05. Loretta Williams - I'm Missing You
06. Joe Tex - The Love You Save
07. Benny Spellman - Life Is Too Short
08. Aaron Neville - How Could I Help But Love You
09. Irma Thomas - Wish Someone Would Care
10. Betty LaVette - Let Me Down Easy
11. The Queenettes - Don't Mistreat Me
12. The Thornton Sisters - I Keep Forgetting You Don't Love Me No More
13. Baby Huey - Hard Times
14. The Falcons - Since You've Been Gone
15. Slim And Ann - Can't Stay Away Part 1
16. Slim And Ann - Can't Stay Away Part 2
17. Bob And Earl - Don't Ever Leave Me
18. Bessie Banks - Go Now
19. Reuben Bell With The Casanovas - It's Not That Easy
20. Nelson Sanders - Tired Of Being Your Fool
21. Barbara And The Browns - In My Heart
22. James Carr - I'm Going For Myself
23. The Webs - It's So Hard To Break A Habit
24. Dinah Washington - This Bitter Earth(Cairo)[engl] Limited Copies Available! Stunning compilation of great soul songs. The first in a six part series of compilations following a similar logic as Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music - only where Smith covered folk, blues, gospel and old timey, this compilation covers just American soul music recorded between 1955 and 1972. Many deep ballads and a few rockers. Features extensive 12 page liner notes with lots of photo's. Cover has gold foil printing, and the records are housed in classy black sleeves. . Super fancy limited edition double LP not to be missed.
- 01. MN84 Theme
03. Ocean Drive
04. The Getaway
05. Streets on Fire
06. Astral Projection
07. New Tomorrow
09. Phone Tag
10. Saved By The Bell
11. High Beams
12. The End[engl] Finally, Miami Nights 1984’s monumental synthwave classic on vinyl for the first time officially! This album is the true essence of what the Eighties sounded like and is considere THE milestone in outrun music.A must-have for every enthusiast of 80’s inspired electronic music.
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