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Boogie On The Mainline – A Collection Of Rare Disco, Funk And Boogie From Germany 1980-1987

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The German boogie compilation “Boogie on the Mainline” presents a selection of 10 rare disco tracks from Germany plus one more tune from Austria, all of them, originally released between 1980 and 1987.The fully licenced album contains little known tunes by groups like Imagination (which you can also see on the cover of the LP), Squish, Upstairs, The Poptown Syndicate and more. As the Boogie-ish post-disco side of German music history still basically remains undiscovered as of yet, “Boogie On The Mainline” hopefully will shed some light again on 11 rare gems that were mainly published on small or private labels.The album is released on loudly pressed double vinyl with gatefold jacket on the new Artless Cuckoo sister label Boogie on the Mainline Records. It includes extensive liner notes by compiler John Raincoatman aka DJ Scientist.

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1. Peter Patzer - You Are Not The One For Me
2. Stroer - Don't Stay For Breakfast
3. Upstairs - You're Just Yourself
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1. JD (Puma) Lewis - Dancing Shoes
2. Trust - It's Not Over
3. Imagination - Strawberry Wine
Side 3
1. Squish - Get Up
2. Publicity - Funky Feeling
3. Bernie L - Backstreetboy
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1. Ca$h - Raff Dich Auf
2. The Poptown Syndicate - Keep On Lovin' (single version)

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Some Edits To Take You Up II

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1. African Freak
Side 2
1. Kosmic Rock
2. Techno Trax

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Momentum

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Here's another Huubaat nugget that we are very excited about to release. "Momentum" includes a collection of previously unreleased or digtial-only available works incl. the collaboration effort with Flako. The vinyl comes with a lovely soft-touch sleeve."Beatnicks Tape": All tracks produced by Hubert Daviz in April/May 2008. The original release "Beatnicks Tape #01" included 13 tracks. These tracks have been released for free download in summer 2008 on the Cologne based record label Up My Alley. The work on this beat tape started as an attempt of getting familiar with one's first own equipment. Original text from the back cover: "lots of vinyl, 1 MPC2500, 1 Microkorg, hands on.""Damage Is Done": All tracks produced by Flako & Hubert Daviz between December 2007 & June 2008. Unreleased beat tape from the joint collaboration with Flako (going by the name of "Damage Is Done"). The original version was completed by Flako on June 21, 2008 and included 8 tracks. "Woop, Wooop.."

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1. Starlight
2. Falling
3. Sunset Light
4. To Demand
5. Dusky Episode
6. Mr Filthy Sparkle
Side 2
1. Meeting Point
2. Elements
3. Sir Duke
4. Maybe
5. 1995
6. BlowinUpTheSpot

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Boston Goes Disco!

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BBE present Boston Goes Disco compiled by Serge Gamesbourg.During the 1970s and 80s, the city of Boston and its environs produced some of the era’s most iconic music stars, from rock megaliths like Aerosmith and The Cars to disco and soul celebutantes Donna Summer, New Edition and Tavares. These artists emerged from Beantown’s thriving underground music scene to fnd global success, but what about the countless contemporaries who never made it beyond the local circuit? Native DJ, producer and bass playerSerge Gamesbourg began digging in the crates for forgotten gems more than two decades ago, emerging in 2018 with his frst BBE compilation, lovingly titled Boston Goes Disco! “I wanted to shed light on more obscure & unknown disco & boogie records outta Boston and the surrounding areas, basically small label and privately pressed late 70s and early 80s dance music from Massachusetts.” Turning detective as he began to track down many an obscure artist to license music for the album, Gamesbourg often found Boston’s legendary Berklee College of Music to be the common denominator for many bands throughout the years. “A lot of these cats came here real young to study from various parts of the country, met the other band members and wrote music and performed locally before fnishing their studies and moving on.”With artwork paying homage to 80’s rap compilation “Boston Goes Def”, Boston Goes Disco! provides an exciting insight into the city during its most culturally fertile period, uncovering a rich musical history previously only known to those who were there.

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1. Carrie Mims, Herb Lee & White River Junction - I'm Gonna Get You (Meeow) (Serge Gamesbourg edit)
2. Cojo - Play It By Ear
Side 2
1. Wildlife - All In Good Time (feat VI Taylor - Serge Gamesbourg edit)
2. Larry Wedgeworth & Clique - No More Games (Serge Gamesbourg edit)
Side 3
1. Carrie Mims & Herb Lee River Junction - Get Up & Dance Don't Want No Party Poo-Pershere (Serge Gamesbourg edit)
2. Portable Patrol - Cop Bop (feat The Disco Cop - Serge Gamesbourg edit)
Side 4
1. Hypnotics - Fire Funk (Serge Gamesbourg rework)
2. Second Wind - Free For All (Serge Gamesbourg rework)
Side 5
1. Dreamflight - Feel The Music (Serge Gamesbourg rework)
2. Royale - I Want Your Body (Serge Gamesbourg edit)
Side 6
1. Carrie Mims, Herb Lee & White River Junction - I'm Gonna Get You (Meeow)" (original 7" version Spliced parts 1 & 2)
2. Dreamflight - Feel The Music (original 7" version)
Side 7
1. The Christopher Michael Band - You Make Me Happy (Serge Gamesbourg Slight edit)
Side 8
1. Gypsy - Keep It Comin' On (Serge Gamesbourg edit)

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Ed Motta Presents Too Slow To Disco Brasil Edits

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Santa Cruz - Mais Uma Chance (Jack Tennis Remix): Looks like everybody fell in love with „Mais Uma Chance“ by Santa Cruz. It is one of the standout- and most played tracks of TSTD Brasil. So now Berlin’s Jack Tennis put his magic hands on the song and delivers a striking DJ-friendly Yacht-Disco version. Edinho Santa Cruz loves the track so much, that we just had to release it officially. Berlin producer Jack Tennis is the mastermind behind a lot of projects. He releases his own music under the name Hotlane (signed to Gomma Records) and spreads his Disco-Edits for UK’s influential Disco Label Midnight Riot (run by Yam Who!).Les Inferno – Brazilewis: To round up things we were able to convince italian Rework/Edit legend Les Inferno to give us his previously unrelesaed track „Brazilewis“, a chillout slo-mo groover, that you can find in all of DJ Supermarkt’s sets for some time now. Les Inferno releases on Samosa Records, one of the hippest new Edit/Rework labels (striclty vinyl). His tracks were already championed by none other then Mister Moodyman himself.

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1. Santa Cruz - Mais Uma Chance (Jack Tennis remix)
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1. Les Inferno - Brazilewis

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Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics (OST)

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Strut repress a classic from 2010, The Heliocentrics’ groundbreaking studio collaboration with Lloyd Miller, ‘(OST)’.Recorded following their award-winning collaboration with Ethio jazz pioneer, Mulatu Astatke (Mojo magazine Top 50 of the year 2009, Sunday Times World Music Album of the year), pioneering UK collective The Heliocentrics resurfaced with another fascinating jazz enigma, ethno-musicologist, jazz maestro and multi-instrumentalist, Lloyd Miller. Learning various instruments and immersing himself in New Orleans jazz through his father, a professional clarinet player, Lloyd Miller first trained himself in the styles of George Lewis and Jimmy Giuffre and cut his first Dixieland jazz 78 rpm record in 1950. During the late ‘50s, his father landed a job in Iran and Miller began to develop a lifelong interest in Persian and Eastern music forms, learning to play a vast array of traditional ethnic instruments from across Asia and the Middle East.He toured Europe heavily, basing himself in Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, Germany (where he played with Eddie Harris and Don Ellis) and, most famously, in Paris where he worked with leftfield bandleader Jef Gilson, a phenomenon in French jazz during the early ‘60s. Miller returned to the Middle East during the ‘70s, landing his own TV show on NIRTV in Tehran under the name Kurosh Ali Khan. His show became a national fixture and ran for seven years. More recently, his mid-‘60s album ‘Oriental Jazz’ has become a collector’s favourite.Emerging from an acoustic jazz session in 2007 set up by Jazzman, the Heliocentrics collaboration was recorded at the band’s Quatermass Studios in East London during January and February 2010, a fresh, freeform mix of Eastern arrangements, jazz and angular psychedelics. The recordings involved a number of ethnic instruments that Miller played and studied throughout his career including the oud, Phonofiddle, Indian santur, Chinese shawm and wooden flute. Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics’ ‘(OST)’ will be repressed on its original 2LP format, 1000 copies only.

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1. Electricone
2. Nava
3. Mandala
Side 2
1. Spiritual Jazz
2. Bali Bronze
Side 3
1. Fantasia (part 1)
2. Modality
3. Salendro
4. Pari Ru
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1. Lloyd's Diatribe
2. Fantasia (part 2)
3. Chahargah
4. Sunda Sunset

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Colourful Environment

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Fresh from touring with Hugh Masekela (“The Boy’s Doin’ It”), Gboyega Adelaja goes into the lab to drop heavy keyboard science on his Moog and Fender Rhodes. Its Joe Sample meets the Afro Funk of BLO. With names like Jake Sollo on guitars, Mike Odumusu (BLO, Osibisa) on bass guitar and Gasper Lawal on percussion. This is a top quality, Afro-Funk, all-stars affair that shines from the inspired interventions, masterly arrangements to the sublime production.Additional Notes:“I was already following Hugh Masekela when I met him, he was an outstanding musician and I knew of his collaboration with Hedzoleh, that band brought him nearer to many of us, because he was playing authentic African melodies with the Hedzoleh sound which was mostly percussion oriented. Yes I knew about Hugh’s music before I met him. Infact when we started playing together, he insisted that I stay with him in our three bedroom apartment, other members of the band had their own apartments, but Hugh and myself shared the same 3 bedroom apartment”.“We were touring, under Casablanca owned by Neil Boggart, we toured as professional musicians, flying to our gigs. There was a time when we were touring with George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic we had two luxury buses deployed for our use. We made many friends where ever we went to play, we met many big and popular musicians who came to watch our shows, the Spinners came to see us in Detroit, we met Wayne Shorter of Weather Report, Freddie Hubbard, we played a gig with Herbie Hancock at the Carnegie Hall New York City, we toured almost all the 50 States of the US.”

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1. Funky City
2. Baby, My Love For You
3. Ere Aladun
4. Adua (Prayer)
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1. Colourful Environment
2. I Still Love You
3. Agberede

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Disques Debs International - An Island Story: Biguine, Afro Latin & Musique Antillaise 1960-1972 Volume 1

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1. Daniel Forestal Et Sa Guitare - Ces P'Tits Je T'aime
2. Casimir Letang - Travail Z'enfants! Chantez Apres!
3. Cyril Diaz Et Son Orchestre - Feeling Happy
4. Georges Tinedor Et Manuela Pioche - Collie Et Zanno
5. Henri Debs Quintet - Douce Kombass
6. Joseph Lacides - Mr Morin
Side 2
1. Geno Exile - Lan Mise
2. Dolor Et Les Diables Du Rythme - Salvana
3. Syndey Leremon Et Ses Amis Du Calvaire Baie-Mahault - You You Matayango
4. Raymond Cicault Et Son Orchestre Volcan - A Mon Ami Lucien Jolibois
5. Orchestre Esperanza Et Jean Leroy - Ou Pas Bel
6. Henri Debs Sextet Et Paul Blamar - Moin Ce On Malere
Side 3
1. Le Ry-Co Jazz - Si I Bon Di I Bon
2. Remy Mondey - Meringue Mondey
3. Henri Guedon Et Les Contesta - Van Van
4. Les Shupa Shupa D'Haiti - Batterie Shupa
Side 4
1. Paul Blamar Et Vello - Lovency
2. Eric Virgal - Stanislas
3. Les Aiglons - Les Aiglons Ka Satisfait
4. Tutus De La Guyane - Nanao Nanao
5. Guy Conquette - Assez Fait Cancan

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Muslims And Christians

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Songs about the unity of Sudan, peace between Muslims and Christians and the fate of war orphans, backed by grooves equally taking influence from Arabic sounds, American funk as well as neighboring Ethiopia.Kamal Keila was among the first artist we met in Sudan during our two trips to Khartoum and Omdurman last year. He is one of the key figures of the Sudanese jazz scene that was a vital part of the musical culture in Sudan from the mid 1960s until the islamist revolution in the late 1980s. When we meet Kamal he luckily presented us with two mold covered studio reels.Each tape included five tracks. One with English lyrics and another with Arabic ones. Musically you can hear the influence of neighboring Ethiopia much more than on other Sudanese recordings of the time, as well as references to Fela and American funk and soul. His lyrics, at least when he sings in English which gave him more freedom from censorship, are very political. A brave statement in the political climate of Sudan of the last decades, preaching for the unity of Sudan, peace between Muslims and Christians and singing the blues about the fate of war orphans called „Shmasha“.A note inside one of the boxes specified the track titles, durations and the fact that the sessions were recorded on the 12th of august 1992. Both sessions stand as a hearable testament how Kamal Keila stuck to a sound aesthetic from decades ago, while incorporating current events into his lyrics.Kamal Keila’s album is the first in a series of releases covering the Sudanese jazz scene on Habibi Funk. Be on the lookout for albums by The Scorpions and Sharhabeel coming soon.2LP + Download Code + 8 Page Booklet

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1. Shmasha
2. Muslims and Christians
3. Agricultural Revolution
4. African Untity
5. Sudan in the heart of Africa
6. Taban Ahwak
7. Ghali Ghali Ya Jinub
8. Alsafir
9. Ya Shaifni
10. Ajmal Alyam

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Here And Now EP

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1. Dreams Sometimes Come True
2. Astra Perle
3. Not You
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1. Can You Pay My Bills
2. Different But Sweet

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