The past week has been a soulful week, both in our store and on other places in Stockholm. Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators did two shows at Lydmar Hotel, and one of the most popular soul artists to come out of the Swedish music scene, Kaah, released his new album and did his first concert in a long time at Mosebacke / Södra Teatern. Unfortunately, Stockholm got struck by German rain (according to those in the know) which forced Lee Fields & The Expressions to cancel their planned outdoors concert. At least we had them here not too long ago, but since that was such a great show it would've been nice to witness them perform on Swedish soil once again.
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|Nicole Willis & Jukka Sarapää|
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And take a look at a couple of the more exclusive records below:
Rare and equally great soul LP with Clifton Dyson. Has the massive modern soul dancer "Welcome to this love again" and loads more goodness.
Classic soul/funk LP with the massive club tune "Loving explosion".
Wonderful psych LP with such a beautiful cover, and the killer tune "Rose".
Very fine 50's jazz LP with Donald Byrd, Art Taylor and Phil Woods.
Big, punchy modern soul/disco favorite!
Heavy indie hip hop from 1996 with "Troubleman" and "Romper room".
Their most uncommon LP with the tough 80's boogie "Rip off".
Very strong 60's jazz with Eje Thelin, Idrees Sulieman and Jan Allan.
Very rare soul LP from 1973 that's exceptionally strong throughout both sides.
Classic psych/stoner rock from 1968.
Much wanted soul/disco LP with the soft soul track "Waves of love" that Karl Marthon used in this blog mix.