The week comes to an end and goes out in style with plenty of great records, along with some real heavyweight titles. A few of my own favourites are the Carsten Meinert, Donna McGhee and Sly Slick & Wicked, but the Johnny Osbourne & Jackie Mittoo 45's sure ain't bad either.
Hip-hop fans may not only enjoy our new arrivals in that section, but also the fact that the Wu-Tang Clan will be doing a show here in Stockholm (Gröna Lund) on Thursday 22/8. So if you're not too far away and too busy, take a weekend in Stockholm for a great show and maybe some record shopping while you're at it. Those of you who are more inclined to rock music might be interested in the fact that Swedish psychedelic rock sensation Dungen will be playing the same day, at Trädgården.
As usual on Friday's you'll be hit with our newsletter, but if you're short on time - start out with the blog, and work your way to the New in stock page when your boss isn't looking!
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And take a look at a couple of the more exclusive records below:
Stunning and very indemand spiritual jazz LP with a Coltrane-inspired sound.
Rare Danish free jazz from 1982.
Swedish jazz/fusion with an Eastern inspired sound and a spiritual vibe.
Stunning Greg Carmichael/Patrick Adams LP with the great "It ain't no big thing" and "Make it last forever".
Great reggae disco 45 by the organ master, club tune!
Outstanding soulful reggae with a sparse drum & bass backing, featuring Busty Brown of The Chosen Few!
Japanese jazz LP from 1973 with the Coltrane-esque "Drizzling rain" and "Green dance".
Great modern soul/boogie album from Chicago with several strong tracks.
Killer mini LP with a Bridge/Roy Ayers sounding vibe.
Awesome soul with the fantastic "Confessin' a feeling" - lowrider slowie heaven!