Friday, February 22, 2013

Tons of new records added today

One of the biggest weekly updates this year, with strong additions to most of our sections! Take a look at some of the more exclusive records below, and see everything that's new in stock by clicking this link:

We'd also like to mention that we currently have more than 1400 records reduced by 30% in our store, within the jazz, soul, disco and funk sections. Store only, no mailorder...

Last but not least, keep an eye out for our next Big Update on the 1st of March. We'll be adding lots of rare, exclusive and exciting records in all genres, so keep your eyes peeled to the new arrivals section of the website! 


One of the best soul/disco LPs around with two stunning tracks in "It ain't no big thing" and "Make it last forever".

Very rare LP with great songs by Charles Murphy and Edwin Hawkins, made by the National Office for Black Catholics.

One of Frankie Paul's better albums, with the heavy "Rolling stone" and deep lovers tune "If I had a wing". 

Far out jazz with the deep, spiritual "First world" and jazz dancer "Children".  

Early Isleys with a raw r&b sound on "I say love" and "Twist & shout".

Sealed copy of this rare and strong soul LP, essential if you like Alice Clark and Marlena Shaw.

Rare and great Canadian modern soul/boogie from 1982 with at least three winners.

Heavy synth Italo from 1984 by ex-punk girl Jo Squillo.

Scarce UK original of this far-eastern sounding jazz LP.

Kool & The Gangs first and hardest to find LP with plenty of funk classics.

Great James Brown produced funk from 1977 on rare white label promo 7".

Indie soul from 1989 with a freaky cover (back cover even scarier than the front) and two good two step slowies.

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