Friday, June 6, 2014

Soul and funk!

Today we celebrate the Stockholm Soul Weekender (and secondary, the National Day of Sweden) by listing some great soul and funk - albumwise we have Mary Mundy "Mother Nature", Tony Fox "The Beginning", Ted Coleman Band "Taking Care Of Business" plus sweet soul office favourite Four Mints "Gently Down Your Stream" to mention a few.

In the 45 box we can boast two funk bombs in Ernie & The Top Notes "Dap Walk / Thing Are Getting Better" on Fordom and Arthur Monday "What Goes Around Comes Around" on Stage Music plus Mark IV "Signs Of A Dying Love", Vaneese & Carolyn "Goodbye Song", Pamoja "Oooh Baby" and many, many more - to see all new arrivals check our New In Stock-section.

We can also highly recommend to check out the two latest mixes on our blog: one with two step/mellow groove sounds from our friend, former employee and two step high priest Karl Marthon - 2 Step Volume 5...

... and a modern/northern/crossover mix by our own Carl Hedberg - Stockholm Soul Weekender Warm Up Mix!

To read more about the Stockholm Soul Weekender check

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