Friday, February 8, 2013

Peter Rock, Contrast, Paradise, Hip Hop, Jazz LPs & more!

Well over 400 records listed this week including loads of hip hop LPs & 12"s from a collection we've just bought. Plenty of nice jazz too with fine originals from Jerome Richardson, Freddie Redd, Johnny Lytle and more. From the soul/funk/disco section we have rare LPs from Contrast, Paradise and some Island funk records and a big number of disco 12"s in all price ranges. Below are examples of this week's rarer stuff, to follow all the records we list please check the New In Stock-section on our website.

Have a nice weekend! /Lars & crew

Seldom seen modern soul/boogie LP including the killer track "Foreigner of love"! Also holds a ballad version of Al Wilson's "Show and tell".

French only trio album from 1971 in lovely shape.

"No problem" alltime jazz dance favorite. US stereo original, UAJS 15006.

Soul album produced by Clarence Reid in a style that reminds me of Johnnie Taylor. Very hard to find these days.

His rarest album with the outstanding jazzdance classic "Selim".

UK only LP with killer 80s soul/boogie in the same style as Light Of The World on "Just Can't Stop" and "One Mind Two Hearts".

Ultra rare electro from Amos Larkins in 1984. Record looks unplayed, really amazing to find this in such condition.

Superb copy of green label mono original with deep groove, RVG in deadwax and number MG-6003.

Raw 70's island funk from Trinidad in the massive "Corantyne".

Obscure indie soul LP from 1989 with the dancefloor track "Torn" and the slowie "Can't get enough".

Hard to find LP out of Trinidad with the heavy duty funk track "Check it out"!

1 comment:

  1. My husband, Derek Cowan, is a singer from Ver-Sa-Tyl. Love to see someone else apprectiate the album and mention songs other than the single!