Friday, November 22, 2013

Rare groove and jazz

Today we're having a rare groove special on Killer classics by Meters, Cymande, JB's, Gary Bartz. There's also some very seldom seen records like Ann Sexton's debut LP "Loving you loving me" that's even though it's a big label release (SS7) is a record that circulates very little. Beautiful clean copies of Maceo's "Doing their own thing" plus some very rare 45's like Barbara Howard "I don't want your love", Second Movement's "People get down" on Witch's brew. Not many but some fine Brasilian 45 only tracks and a bunch of Jazz records on labels like Savoy, Riverside, Contemporary. 

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Next week we will concentrate on classic soul LP's from the 60's and early 70's. Big names like Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield, Donny Hathaway, Sly Stone, Al Green - artists that has released some of the best records in soul music. There will be some rarer soul records as well plus a nice batch of rock and prog records. 

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