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    A selection of rare and unreleased tracks from the "prince of Tusla boogie", Billy Bruner. 10 Killer unknown and rare Boogie soul tracks. Billy was in Tulsa, Oklahoma bands Darwin's Theory, T-Spoon, J.O.B Band and is still producing music today. Completely unique, charming, lo-fi 'outsider' boogie.
    Sought-after, early material released on ATA Records available once again on this wicked compilation. Features music from the likes of The Sorcerers, The Lamplighters and more!
    Author Tim Lawrence (Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, Hold on to Your Dreams: Arthur Russell and the Downtown Music Scene) compiles 'Love Saves the Day: A History Of American Dance Music Culture 1970-1979'. Part 1 (of 2) focuses on this important decade of American music, featuring music from the likes of Wilson Pickett, Jackson 5, Gladys...
    Reissue of this stunning, privately pressed, modern soul/gospel rarity!
    Reissue of Lamont Butler's very-rare and sought-after gospel masterpiece from 1981 via Acid Jazz!
    BADBADNOTGOOD return with Jonah Yano on vocals covering “Key To Love (Is Understanding),” originally recorded in 1982 by Milwaukee’s funk/soul pioneers Majestics. Classic low-rider soul, rebooted by one of the world's premier jazz outfits.
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    Tramp Records continue their excellent 'Praise Poems' compilation series with another enlightening journey into soulful jazz, folk and funk from the 1970s underground.
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    Two more essential, dancefloor friendly gospel cuts curated by Tone B. Nimble. Cash Money's 'Seeking' and 'New Day New Time' by Ricky Womack And The New Age Christian Ensemble.