Friday, October 5, 2012

5/10: Carla Whitney, Billy Butler, Ken McIntyre, Les Demerle, Yusef Lateef and more!

Very nice records listed this week, especially in the soul section with great albums from Carla Whitney, Frank Dell, Billy Butler, Classic Example, O'Jays and more. The jazz section has some fine originals from Ken McIntyre, Yusef Lateef and Freddie Redd to mention a few and there are also some nice Japanese reissues of classics like M'Boom and Billy Parker on Strata-East and James Mason.

Below are some of this weeks rarer albums but there's a big number of records added in all genres and all price ranges too.

/ Lars & crew

Amazing soul album in the same style as Alice Clark! Rare Canadian only LP from 1975.

Heavy roots stepper with tough dub, produced by Phil Pratt.

Sought-after LP ranging from modern soul to ballads to some funkier moments.

Carl Davis-produced album which is quality from star to end, US mono original!

The two best tracks from his "Tricky Soul"-album on a very rare 45.

German disco/rock LP that seems to have risen in demand, hard to find these days.

Very strong soul album from 1972.

The third LP from this popular French group, with the groovy "Pauvre Star" and "Sans Toi".

Hard to find LP with superb jazzy soul in "Stop Foolin Yourself" and catchy disco funk in "Gimme Gimme".

Rare latin LP with the killer tunes "A Bailar El Mambo" and "Orpus 22".

The first album on the Guiness label, including the killer northern tune "He Broke Your Game Wide Open".

French only trio album from 1971 in lovely shape!

His rarest album with the wonderful jazzy soul tune "I'm A Believer".

 Classic Swedish hip hop from 1993.

Rare groove/funk LP with "Funny Games" and "Main Man".

Superb 60s jazz with Ron Carter, Louis Hayes, Ahmed Abdul-Malik and more.

Rare album with the big bad funk tune "Moondial".

Their third LP, killer album which doesn't turn up a lot.

Catchy funk/disco tune with Shaft-sounding guitar in "S.A.M.".

Rare Savoy LP with Lateef as leader on the first side and Salim on the other.

1 comment:

  1. never seen that Bob Azzam 45, must be way harder to find than the album.