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    Soul Jazz Records presents Eddie RussFresh Out (1974)Soul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records are re-releasing keyboardist Eddie Russ’s seminal debut deep jazz LP Fresh Out (and the first album ever released on Soul Jazz Records!) in a new limited edition COLOURED vinyl 1000 copies worldwide (+ free download code) and new CD edition.

    Eddie Russ's Fresh Out was independently released in Detroit in 1974 and has remained a collector's item ever since. Russ was an important figure to emerge from the vibrant underground jazz scene that thrived in Detroit in the early 1970s, existing in the cultural and economic desolation of the city after the departure of Motown in the late 1960s.

    This scene included the musical collective Tribe (including members Wendell Harrison, Marcus Belgrave, Phil Ranelin, Harold McKinney and Doug Hammond) and Kenny Cox’s Strata Records. Eddie Russ’s Fresh Out was first released in 1974 on the independent Jazz Masters record label.

    As well as including the classic jazz dance cut The Lope Song, Eddie Russ’s Fresh Out featured the debut of the group The Mixed Bag who subsequently recorded for both Tribe and Strata Records. Eddie Russ released two further classic jazz funk albums in the late 1970s, See the Light and Take a Look at Yourself.

    • Eddie Russ – The Lope Song
    • Eddie Russ – All But Blind
    • Eddie Russ – Shamading
    • Eddie Russ – Hill Where The Lord Hides
    • Eddie Russ – You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
    • Eddie Russ – Watergate Blues
    Soul Jazz Records presents Funk 70 (Limited Edition Collectors 7" Box Set)Record Store Day Exclusive #2Soul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records are releasing Funk 70 Box Set, a limited-edition one-off pressing, exclusive for Record Store Day, collectors seven-inch box set, featuring ten superb, rare and classic funk cuts across five individual bespoke 7" singles housed in a hardbox set, with each single housed in individual innersleeves.

    Seriously rare, killer and classic funk tunes brought together here in this unique one-off Record Store Day box-set edition.

    This release features so many great singles. The super-rare Winstons MASSIVE 45 featuring Amen Brother (the drum break of all drum breaks for all jungle records ever!) as well as the soul anthem Color Him Father. A superb rare Detroit funk cut from Jackie Harris, Joe Bataan’s Latin Strut – the best latin funk tune ever made that helped launch Salsoul Records, rare groove hi-adrenalin funk from Untouchable Machine Shop and finally a KILLER slice of New Orleans funk produced by Eddie Bo with the amazing drums of James Black in the mix.

    All tracks have been digitally re-mastered and the singles come housed in a thick, heavyweight deluxe card box.

    This box set is a one-off pressing exclusively for Record Store Day.

    • The Winstons – Amen Brother
    • The Winstons – Color Him Father
    • Jackie Harris and The Exciters – Do It, Do It
    • Jackie Harris and The Exciters – Get Funky Sweet A Little Bit
    • Joe Bataan – Latin Strut
    • Joe Bataan – Peace, Friendship and Solidarity
    • Untouchable Machine Shop – Machine Shop (Part 1)
    • Untouchable Machine Shop – Machine Shop (Part 2)
    • Inell Young – The Next Ball Game
    • Inell Young – Part Of The Game
    • 5×7" Boxset£38.00
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    Soul of A Nation: Afro-Centric Visions in the Age of Black PowerSoul Jazz Records

    This album coincides with the massive new exhibition Soul of A Nation - Art in the Age of Black Power at Tate Modern, London.


    Watch Channel 4 news piece here

    Read Guardian feature here

    The album shows how the ideals of the civil rights movement, black power and black nationalism influenced the evolvement of radical African-American music in the United States of America in the intensely political and revolutionary period at the end of the 1960s following the assassinations of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King and the rise of the Black Panther party.

    Featuring groundbreaking artists such as Gil Scott-Heron, Roy Ayers, Don Cherry, Oneness of Juju, Sarah Webster Fabio, Horace Tapscott, Phil Ranelin and many others, Soul of A Nation shows how political themes led to the rise of ‘conscious’ black music as new afro-centric styles combined the musical radicalism and spirituality of John Coltrane and radical avant-garde jazz music alongside the intense funk and soul of James Brown and Aretha Franklin and the urban poetry and proto-rap of the streets.

    The Soul of a Nation exhibition draws on the links between Black art forms – art, music, poetry - and how they came together during the civil rights and black power era as part of the wider black arts movement across the United States.

    Iconic African-Amercian revolutionary figures such as Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Angela Davis, John Coltrane, Muhammad Ali all appear in the radical artworks of Barkley L. Hendricks, Romare Bearden, Norman Lewis, Lorraine O’Grady and Betye Saar.

    Stuart Baker (founder of Soul Jazz Records) will appear with the curators on the panel of Jazz for Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power discussion at the gallery as part of the show. You can book a ticket for this event here

    The Soul of a Nation album comes with extensive sleeve-notes and exclusive photography in a large 36-page outsize booklet and slipcase. Double gatefold vinyl album edition comes with full colour inners + bonus download code and includes full sleeve-notes/photography.

    Read More Reviews of the Soul of A Nation Exhibition:

    Independent

    Time Out

    The Telegraph

    Frieze

    BBC News

    • Gil Scott-Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
    • Mandingo Griot Society with Don Cherry – Sounds From The Bush
    • Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Red, Black and Green
    • Philip Cohran and The Artistic Heritage Ensemble – Malcolm X
    • Sarah Webster Fabio – Sweet Songs
    • Phil Ranelin – Vibes From The Tribe
    • Horace Tapscott with the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra – Desert Fairy Princess
    • David McKnight – Strong Men
    • Joe Henderson – Black Narcissus
    • Oneness Of Juju – African Rhythms
    • Doug Carn – Suratal Ihklas
    • Duke Edwards and The Young Ones – Is It Too Late ?
    • Carlos Garnett – Mother Of The Future
    • 1. Gil Scott-Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
    • 2. Mandingo Griot Society with Don Cherry – Sounds From The Bush
    • 3. Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Red, Black and Green
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    Soul of a Nation 2Soul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records’ new release ‘Soul of A Nation: Jazz is the Teacher, Funk is the Preacher’ is a powerful new collection of radical jazz, street funk and proto-rap made in the era of Black Power (1969-75).

    This is the second ‘Soul of A Nation’ album released by Soul Jazz Records to coincide with the exhibition ‘Soul of a Nation – Art in the Age of Black Power’, critically acclaimed and enormously successful when it opened at the Tate Modern in London last year (as was Soul Jazz Records’ accompanying first album ‘Soul of A Nation – Afro-Centric Visions in the Age of Black Power 1968-79’). The blockbuster international exhibition is now at the Brooklyn Museum, New York and then travels to Los Angeles in 2019.

    This new album features a number of important and ground-breaking African-American artists – The Art Ensemble of Chicago, Don Cherry, Funkadelic, Gil Scott-Heron and more – alongside a host of lesser-known artists all of whom in the early 1970s were exploring new Afrocentric poly-rhythmical styles of music – radical jazz, street funk and proto-rap – while at the same time exploring the Black Power and civil-rights inspired notions of self-definition, self-respect and self-empowerment in their own lives.

    During this era African-American jazz musicians ripped up traditional definitions – rejecting the term ‘entertainer’ to redefine themselves instead as ‘artists’. They worked outside of the mainstream music industry perceiving this artistic relationship to be fundamentally exploitative and politically flawed. Artists instead formed their own pan-arts community-centric collectives, set up their own record labels, ran concerts in alternative performance spaces – art galleries, parks, lofts, community centres – all as a way of taking control of their own creative destinies.

    At the start of 1960s jazz musicians had embarked on an intense period of musical experimentation as artists John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman and Don Cherry sought to dismantle the traditional definitions of jazz by creating new music that broke free from its establishment shackles. By the end of the 1960s, forward-thinking African-American jazz musicians had absorbed the ideas of this radical and avant-garde path but also began to introduce many new elements – not just civil rights concepts of freedom but also black power ideas of self-respect, righteousness and anger.

    Their music developed into a radical and intense Afrocentric mix of jazz, funk, soul and street poetry, all in search of a new musical language that could better represent artistic African-American cultural expression.

    All of the featured artists here were involved in this search in different ways; A shared sense of Afrocentric collectivism joined the dots between the deep avant-garde experimentalism of The Art Ensemble of Chicago (here featuring soul singer Fontella Bass singing the powerful ‘Theme de Yoyo’) to the hyper funk psychedelia of George Clinton’s Funkadelic.

    The poetry of Gil Scott-Heron and Sarah Webster Fabio performed with a backdrop of street funk and heavyweight percussion laid down the template for the birth of rap. The Har-You Percussion Group, a group of young Harlem teenagers, showed how government-sponsored social initiatives helped create great art and music. Gary Bartz and The Oneness of Juju offer spirituality and cosmology. Collectives like The Pharaohs and Detroit’s Tribe add deep jazz and street funk in equal measures. And so on.

    Influenced and radicalised by Black Power and civil rights, all these artists were involved in creating – in the words of the Art Ensemble of Chicago – ‘Great Black Music: Ancient to Future.’

    This album is available as heavyweight triple vinyl (+free download), full and extensive text, exclusive photography, with house inners, and as deluxe CD with slipcase, 40-page outsize booklet and jewel case.

    • The Art Ensemble Of Chicago – Theme De Yoyo
    • The Har-You Percussion Group – Welcome To The Party
    • The Pharaohs – Damballa
    • Baby Huey – Hard Times
    • James Mason – Sweet Power, Your Embrace
    • Byron Morris and Unity – Kitty Bey
    • Funkadelic – Nappy Dugout
    • Rashied Ali & Frank Lowe – Exchange Part 2 (II)
    • Gary Bartz NTU Troop – Celestial Blues
    • Oneness Of Juju – Space Jungle Funk
    • Sarah Webster Fabio – Work It Out
    • Tribe (Wendell Harrison and Phillip Ranelin) – Beneficent
    • Gil Scott-Heron – Whitey On The Moon
    • Don Cherry – Brown Rice
    • 1. The Art Ensemble Of Chicago – Theme De Yoyo
    • 2. The Har-You Percussion Group – Welcome To The Party
    • 3. The Pharaohs – Damballa
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    Space Funk - Afro Futurist Electro Funk In Space 1976-84Soul Jazz Records

    ‘Space Funk – Afro Futurist Electro Funk in Space 1976-84’, is an intergalactic journey into black space, fuelled by funk, powered by computers.

    ‘Space Funk’ is a lovingly compiled collection of superb, rare and off-the-wall space funk and electro releases mostly released on small independent labels in the late 1970s and 1980s.

    Reactors are reacting, boosters are boosting, pack your funk and shake your booty! Computer funk … makes you jump! This is the space funk program!

    The album comes in deluxe artwork and three formats – digipack + slipcase CD, a very limited deluxe 2xLP + bonus 7” single + download vinyl version, and a standard 2xLP + download standard vinyl version.

    Features music by Jamie Jupitor, Solaris, Robotron 4, Juju & the Space Rangers and many more intergalactic space warriors!

    The shuttle program has been altered – there is no Star Wars only electro funk jam joyriders in Space – hold tight!


    • L E O – Fee Fi Fo Fum
    • The Sonarphonic – Super Breaker
    • Santiago – Bionic Funk
    • Frank Cornilius – Computer Games
    • JUJU & The Space Rangers – Plastic
    • Jamie Jupitor – Computer Power
    • Solaris – Space Invaders
    • Copperfield – Make It Good To Me Baby
    • Robotron 4 – Electro-?
    • Ernest Flippin II – Supersonic Space Lady
    • Funk Machine – Funk Machine
    • Ramsey 2C-3D – Fly Guy and The Unemployed
    • Osé – Computer Funk
    • 7 Below Zero Band – Seven (We Are)
    • Rodney Stepp – Break-Out
    Barry Stoller / Barbara MooreCondition Red / Steam HeatSoul Jazz Records

    EXCLUSIVE 7" 45! EXCLUSIVE 7" 45! EXCLUSIVE 7" 45!

    500 COPIES WORLDWIDE!

    Check out this killer, killer, killer new electronic/funk/jazz 45 on Soul Jazz Records. These two tracks (one rare library cut and one side taken from the original music of The Sweeney) are a taster for a new album of British TV,film and library composers that will be released at the start of 2012. 

    This 45 is going to go fast so if you want one, get in there quick!

    • Barry Stoller – Condition Red
    • Barbara Moore – Steam Heat
      Tee MacNight Illusion (1980)Soul Jazz Records

      Soul Jazz Records’ are releasing Tee Mac’s ‘Night Illusion’, a lost classic Nigerian Afro soul meets disco boogie funk album originally released in Nigeria in 1980. Impossibly hard to find, the record remains practically unknown outside of Nigeria.

      Tee Mac Omatshola Iseli is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and arranger and features on Soul Jazz Records’ recent collection Nigeria Soul Fever – Afro Funk Disco and Boogie alongside Joni Haastrup, Christy Essien and others, as well as on a recent compilation ‘Nepa Oh Nepa’ (released on Hot Casa earlier this year). 

      The timelessness of this soulful, ground-breaking funk jazz lost masterpiece ‘Night Illusion’ leads to comparisons with James Mason’s legendary lost classic album Rhythm of Life, with his unique individualism and intensity hinting at the boogie funk of groups such as Mass Production and Slave so loved by artists such as Moodyman and Theo Parrish.  While Fela Kuti is now a cultural icon of Nigerian music throughout the world, the recent crossover success of William Onyeabor shows just how much undiscovered Nigerian music remains waiting to be explored outside of the country.

      Tee Mac was born in Lagos, the son of a Nigerian princess and a Swiss diplomat. He picked up the flute at age 7 and ten years later was studying classical musical in Switzerland under his uncle the composer J.J. Direndirger. Returning to Lagos, Nigeria in 1970 he formed the heavyweight afro rock group Tee Mac and Afro Collection (which included Johnny Haastrup on keyboards and The Lijadu Sisters on vocals). This band was famously joined by the legendary Cream drummer Ginger Baker who came to Nigeria to play with them in 1971 (captured in the film Ginger Baker in Africa).

      At age 24, Tee Mac moved to Germany where he co-wrote and recorded the European disco group Silver Convention (whose ‘Fly Robin Fly’ became number one in the USA charts). 

      Tee Mac continues to live in Lagos today and travels the world as a composer – one of whose pieces is The City of Mer Kailash (2009), a two-hour ballet featuring over 60 dancers and a 100+ piece orchestra.

      Soul Jazz Records are releasing this lost classic Nigerian album as a strictly limited-edition 1000 copies worldwide exact-replica artwork reproduction LP (+ sleevenotes + free download), CD and digital album.

      • – Living Everyday
      • – Struggle
      • – Talk To Me
      • – Hit Hit
      • – Night Illusion
      • – A Certain Way To Go
      • – Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo
      The Bobby Williams GroupBoogaloo Mardi GrasSoul Jazz Records

      EXCLUSIVE NEW 45rpm - ONLY available direct from Soul Jazz Records or Sounds of the Universe.

      This is another killer EDDIE BO produced New Orleans bomb from local drummer extraordinaire Bobby Williams and his group.

      Unbelievably hypnotic and groovy Mardi Gras Indian second line meets monster New Orleans rhythm and blues groover!

      Originally released on Seven-B, exact repro artwork.

      THIS 7-inch can ONLY be bought directly here from Soul Jazz Records or Sounds of the Universe websites and shop. It is a very limited 500-copies pressing and you need to buy it now!


      See all the EXCLUSIVE Funk and Soul 45s titles only available here

      See all the EXCLUSIVE Reggae 45s titles only available here

      • – Boogaloo Mardi Gras (Part 1)
      • – Boogaloo Mardi Gras (Part 2)
      • 7"£9.99
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      TV Sound and ImageSoul Jazz Records

      The 36 track 2CD album comes with 50-page book featuring text, biographies and photography. It also comes in a limited run two volume double-vinyl super-loud super-heavy gatefold sleeve editions. Compiled by Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) and sleevenotes biographies by Jonny Trunk (Trunk Records).

      TV Sound and Image features British composers who worked in television, film and music libraries the second half of the 20th century. 

      Aside from John Barry, whose work on the James Bond films made him a household name, or Tony Hatch and Laurie Johnson, the majority of composers featured here - Simon Park, Keith Mansfield, Reg Tilsley, Syd Dale, Keith Papworth – remain relatively unknown. And yet ironically they have created some of the most recognisable songs in British popular culture, their music widely disseminated on television.

      A quick role call of these would include Neil Richardson (who composed the theme tune to Mastermind) and Barry Stoller (who wrote Match of the Day). The Simon Park Orchestra’s Eye Level, theme song to the BBC series Van der Valk, reached number one in 1973. CCS’s cover of Led Zeppelin’s Whole Lotta Love was the theme tune to Top of the Pops. And so on.

      This album is not however a stroll through the TV memories of the mind, but an exploration of the serious contribution that these creative musicians have on the landscape of popular music in Britain.

      Here then is a guide to the amazing music of many of the composers (both well-known and obscure) responsible for some of the most widely known music ever to come out of Britain in the second-half of the 20th century.

      Reviews:

      Quietus

      Der Spiegel: "spannende Klänge ...  die oft funky und immer lässig klingen"

      "thrilling sounds.... often funky and always chilled"

      New Zealand Herald: ***** "Every track is a killer... This is more than just music to mooch too."

      Irish Times: **** "downright funky"

      Volkskrant: "Ze leverden spanning op maat, die onbekende makers van fenomenale Britse film en tv-muziek. Door de cd TV Sound and Image opnieuw in de aandacht"

      Evening Standard: "deeply funky"

      Uncut Magazine "excellent 36 track set ... welcome additions to your collection"

      Q Magazine: ****

      • Barry Stoller – Condition Red
      • Pentangle – Light Flight
      • Geoff Love – Three Days Of The Condor
      • The Tony Hatch Sound – Man Alive
      • Richard Denton and Martin Cook – Tomorrow's World
      • Brian Fahey – At The Sign Of The Swinging Cymbal
      • Bullet – The Contract Man
      • Syd Dale – Man Friday
      • The Laurie Johnson Orchestra – Echo Four Two
      • Keith Papworth – Hard Hitter
      • John Barry – The Persuaders
      • Roy Budd – Getting Nowhere In A Hurry
      • The Simon Park Orchestra – Dawn to Dusk
      • The Marylebone Orchestra – Fiesta Numero Uno
      • Birds 'n' Brass – Sort of Soul
      • Johnny Gregory and his Orchestra – The Avengers
      • Johnny Harris – Fragment of Fear
      • Roy Budd – Get Carter
      • Neil Richardson – Guide Path
      • Brian Bennett – Canvas
      • Wil Malone – Death Line
      • Syd Dale – Huckleberry Fine
      • The Harry Roche Constellation – Spiral
      • The Ivor and Basil Kirchin Band – Jungle Fire Dance
      • The Laurie Johnson Orchestra – The New Avengers Theme
      • James Clarke – Folk Song
      • The Reg Tilsley Orchestra – Strike Rich
      • The Barry Gray Orchestra – Joe 90
      • Keith Mansfield – Soul Thing
      • CCS – Whole Lotta Love
      • Syd Dale – Artful Dodger
      • John Gregory – Jaguar
      • Nick Ingman – Down Home
      • Barbara Moore – Steam Heat
      • Alan Parker – Angels
      • Alan Moorhouse – Face Up
      • Deluxe 2×CD£12.00
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      • 2×LP Vol.1£23.00
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      • 2×LP Vol.2£23.00
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      Untouchable Machine ShopMachine Shop Part 1 / Part 2Soul Jazz Records

      EXCLUSIVE NEW 45rpm - ONLY available direct from Soul Jazz Records or Sounds of the Universe.

      KILLER rare groove funk bomb! This is a monster HEAVY FUNK double-sider!

      THIS 7-inch can ONLY be bought directly here from Soul Jazz Records or Sounds of the Universe websites and shop. It is a very limited 500-copies pressing and you need to buy it now!

      See all the EXCLUSIVE Funk and Soul 45s titles only available here

      See all the EXCLUSIVE Reggae 45s titles only available here

      • – Machine Shop Part 1
      • – Machine Shop Part 2
      New York Latin HustleThe Sound of New YorkSoul Jazz Records

      New York’s melting pot of Puerto Rican, Cuban and Afro-American musicians led to stunning culture clashes in the 1960s and 70s when Latin styles mixed with Funk, Disco, Soul and Jazz to produce new hybrids such as Boogaloo, Latin Jazz, Disco and Salsa. All these are featured in Soul Jazz Records latest journey into Latin music, New York Latin Hustle. 

      The record features all the kings of Latin music – Tito Puente, Machito, Eddie Palmieri, Candido, Ray Barretto and many more, alongside rarer, lesser known names. In the 1960s Fania Records and Tico Records released stunning Latin Boogaloo, Descargas, Latin Soul from the emerging New York Latin scene. In the 1970s, Salsoul Records similarly mixed Salsa, Soul and Funk to release stunning Latin Disco crossover material such as Candido’s ‘Dancin and Prancin’, which would go on to be a million seller. 

      New York Latin Hustle brings all this together and features Latin music from all these styles, labels and eras. 

      The album comes with extensive sleeve-notes and exclusive photography.


      • Ismael Quininos – Control
      • Ray Barretto – Abidjan
      • Johnny Zamot – Soul Makossa
      • Cortijo – Sarongo
      • La Charanga 76 – No Nos Pararan (Aint no Stopping us Now)
      • Al Escobar – Tighten Up
      • Alexander Review – Snidely Whiplash
      • Joe Cuba – Joe Cubas Madness
      • Johnny Sedes – Mama Calunga
      • Louie Ramirez – Do It Any Way You Wanna
      • Harvey Averne – Never Learned to Dance
      • Willie Colon – Angustia Maternal
      • Tito Puente – Para Los Rumberos
      • Jose Mangual – Mai Kinshasa
      • Seguida – Om Marreo
      • Eddie Palmieri – Mi Mambo Conga
      • J Walter Negro – Shoot the Pump
      • Machito – Alex Mambo
      • Nature Zone – Porcupine
      • Candido – Dancin and Prancin
      • Family Affair – I Had A Friend
      • Charlie Santiago and Eddie Montalvo – El Bollinski in D7
      • Mauricio Smith – Doug?s Room
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      The WinstonsAmen Brother / Color Him FatherSoul Jazz Records

      It's back in stock!!! EXCLUSIVE - ONLY AVAILABLE HERE!

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      WORLD EXCLUSIVE limited edition seven-inch 45 ONLY AVAILABLE to customers at Soul Jazz Records and Sounds of the Universe!

      The world's greatest ever break? Here it is - The first official re-release of The Winston's Amen Brother with the LEGENDARY Amen Break as featured on 1000s of hip-hop and jungle releases. This record has been a collectors' 45 for ages and OUT OF PRINT for 50 years - sounding fresh!

      Not only that but the flip-side Color Him Father is a superb Curtis Mayfield-esque ANTHEMIC soul tune - as essential as the A-side.

      WORLD EXCLUSIVE limited edition seven-inch 45 ONLY AVAILABLE to customers at Soul Jazz Records and Sounds of the Universe!

      THIS RECORD IS 100% ESSENTIAL and ONLY available HERE - DO NOT MISS OUT!


      • The Winstons – Amen Brother
      • The Winstons – Color Him Father
      Inell YoungThe Next Ball GameSoul Jazz Records

      Hold tight!

      Here is our 2nd Killer New Orleans Funk £200+ Bomb!

      Featuring Inell Young's searing vocal performance

      + James Black's seriously awesome drumming  

      + Eddie Bo arrangement and production! 

      100% Essential!

      THIS 7-inch can ONLY be bought directly here from Soul Jazz Records or Sounds of the Universe websites and shop. It is a very limited 500-copies pressing and you need to buy it now!

      • – The Next Ball Game
      • – Part Of The Game
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      Inell YoungWhat Do You See In HerSoul Jazz Records

      NEW LTD. 300 copies (3rd Press, green label)

      Only available EXCLUSIVELY to customers at Soul Jazz Records/Sounds of the Universe.

      Yes it's true! New Orleans bomb *3!!!

      With original pressings going at over £500 (and our own original 'yellow label' pressing going at £75!) we though we'd give you a chance if you didn't get it the first time around to grab one of the hippest soul/funk tunes ever made!

      THIS 7-inch can ONLY be bought directly here from Soul Jazz Records or Sounds of the Universe websites and shop. 

      • Inell Young – What Do You See In Her
      • Inell Young – I Remember The Summer
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