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This Is Mainstream!

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1. Saundra Phillips - Miss Fatback
2. Afrique - Kissing My Love
3. Hal Galper - This Moment
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1. December's Children - Livin' (Way Too Fast)
2. Blue Mitchell - Blue's Blues
3. Maxine Weldon - Make It With You
4. Reggie Moore - Mother McCree
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1. Jay Berliner - Papa Was A Rolling Stone
2. Dave Hubbard - TB's Delight
3. Almeta Lattimore - These Memories
4. Buddy Terry - Lean On Him (Lean On Me)
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1. Pete Yellin - Bird & The Ouija Board
2. Sarah Vaughan - Just A Little Lovin'

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Strain, Crack & Break: Music From The Nurse With Wound List Volume 1 (France)

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After years of mythology, misinterpretation and procrastination Nurse With Wound’s Steven Stapleton finally chooses Finders Keepers Records as the ideal collaborators to release “the right tracks” from his uber-legendary psych/prog/punk peculiarity shopping list known as The Nurse With Wound List, commencing with a French specific Volume One of this authentically titled Strain Crack Break series. Featuring some Finders Keepers’ regulars amongst galactic Gallic rarities (previously presumed to be imaginary red herrings) this deluxe double vinyl dossier demystifies some of the essential French feee jazz and Parisian prog inclusions from the alphabetical “dedication” inventory as printed the anti-bands 1979 industrial milestone debut.

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1. Jacques Thollot - Cecile
2. Philippe Besombes - La Plage
3. Igor Wakhevitch - Materia Prima
4. Mahjun - Les Enfants Sauvages
Side 2
1. Lard Free - Warinobaril
2. Etron Fou Leloublan - Le Desastreux Voyage Du Piteux Python
3. Jean Cohen-Solal - Captain Tarthopom
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1. ZNR - Solo Un Dia
2. Red Noise - Sarcelles C'est L'Avenir
Side 4
1. Pierre Henry - Generique (Theme De Myriam)
2. Horrific Child - Frayeur
3. Jean Guerin - Triptik 2
4. Dashiell Hedayat - Fille De L'Ombre

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Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 89-93 Vol 1

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1. Key Tronics Ensemble - Calypso Of House (Paradise mix)
2. Dramatic - Audio Trip
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1. Night Communication - Nocturne Seduction
2. Aqua Re - Holy Dance (Large Sound mix)
3. Deep Choice - Fix Of 4:38 PM
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1. High Tide - Time Unlimited
2. Don Pablo's Animals - Paranoia
3. Open Spaces - Sunrise Paradise Garage
Side 4
1. Jacy - Trax
2. K2 - In My Garden
3. Last Rhythm - Last Rhythm (ambient mix)

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Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 1989-93 Vol 2

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1. Z 99 - Welcome To Paradise (Nightfly version)
2. Extreme - Trasparenza
3. Transitive Elements - Octivation
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1. 707 Boyz - Emotions
2. Morenas - Somnambulism
3. Now Now Now - Problem (Abyss version)
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1. Q-Base - Il Sole (The Sun) (Deep mix)
2. Sasha - A Key To Heaven For A Heavenly Trance
Side 4
1. The Sky - Dreams (club version)
2. Leo Anibaldi - Elements
3. Jacy - Dance To The House

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Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 90-94 Vol 3

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Safe Trip is taking one final deep dive into the warm waters of Italian dream house with Welcome To Paradise Volume 3, the concluding chapter in the label’s journey through the previously overlooked world of one of dance music’s most vibrant and influential underground movements.While the influence of dream house continues to echo through the ages, the style was at its peak between 1989 and ’94, when producers across Italy delivered a high volume of loved-up, wavy and occasionally blissful productions that fused contemporary deep house tropes – most notably from Chicago, New York and New Jersey – with elements borrowed from ambient, jazz and Balearica.It’s this six-year period that provides the focus for Welcome To Paradise Volume 3, which draws together a spine-tingling mixture of sought-after classics, unheralded gems and little-known delights from the original Italian dream house movement.Thrillingly, Welcome to Paradise Volume 3 co-curator Young Marco has managed to source two previously unreleased tracks during the dream house period: the gently unfurling, sunrise-friendly bliss of Jacy’s “Resounding Seashell” and a special “Longer Edit” of Neurostate’s brilliant “Dance To The House”, a track that – somewhat surprisingly – has never previously been issued on vinyl before.Elsewhere, there are plenty of treats to set the pulse racing, from the must-have deep house brilliance of Leo Anibaldi’s “Universe” – a rare foray into dream house territory from the Italian techno pioneer – and the Afro-bleep-goes-dream-house trip of Golem’s “Sun City”, to the cowbell-driven, New Jersey garage-influenced warmth of Deep Choice’s “Children Trip” and Cosmic Galaxy’s “Walkin’ On The Moon”, a Detroit techno-influenced outing with a deliciously saucer-eyed, extended ambient intro. You’ll also struggle to find a more inspired house record than Green Baize’s “Tramp Heart”, which mixes familiar dream house elements with spacey electronics and tribal chants that recall Italy’s early ‘80s Afro-cosmic scene.It all adds up to another essential selection of rich, glassy-eyed dream house treats tailor-made for sound-tracking drawn-out Adriatic sunsets, Mediterranean sunrises and loved-up parties the world over.

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1. Jacy - Resounding Seashell
2. Optik - Illusion
3. Leo Anibaldi - Universal
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1. Green Baize - Tramp Heart
2. Deep Choice - Children Trip
3. Deep Blue - Deep Blue (The Inner Part Of Me)
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1. Cosmic Galaxy - Walkin' On The Moon
2. Golem - Sun City
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1. Lonely Dance - Sweet Pieces (alternative mix)
2. Neurostate - Dance To The House (unreleased edit)
3. Don Carlos - Ouverture

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Alefa Madagascar ! Salegy, Soukous & Soul From The Red Island 1974-1984

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Strut continues its essential compilation series of Indian Ocean sounds with ‘Alefa Madagascar’, the first compilation to document the unique culture of salegy, soukous and soul on the island during the ‘70s and ‘80s.Originating as far back as the 15th Century through folkloric ceremonial music and an a cappella chanting style called antsa, salegy emerged as a fast-tempoed local dance style based on 6/8 and 12/8 rhythms. By the ‘60s, radio was bringing in new sounds from the Congo, Mozambique, South Africa and Kenya and Jean Francois de Comarmond’s Discomad label championed a new generation of artists breaking the mould with their own new fusions of styles as electric instruments replaced the traditional. The strong call-and-response dialogues, rich vocal choruses and rolling triplet feel in the rhythm sections all boasted a unique Malagasy sensibility and singles started selling tens of thousands of copies, rivalling any foreign music at the time. Local pop was sometimes referred to as tapany maintso (half-green) a reference to the stickers on singles from the other key label in Madagascar, Kaïamba, many of them produced by Charles Maurin Poty whose work was crucial in shaping the emerging genre. ‘Alefa Madagascar’ showcases the rich variety of sounds during this heyday of Malagasy music: Roger Georges’ ‘Mama’ and Jean Kely et Basth’s ‘Andosy Mora’ bring the raw energy of salegy, influential band Los Matadores drop military drums and Hammond soul in the classic ‘Andeha Hanarato’; Mahaleo’s ‘Izahay Mpamita’ showcases the band’s powerful folk sound, a crucial voice emerging from the Rotaka farmer and student protests of 1972, while Terak’Anosy Group work around a stomping Congolese guitar groove. The era paved the way for many of the household names of Malagasy music today including Jaojoby, D’Gary and Lego. Mastered by The Carvery and featuring cover artwork by top illustrator Lewis Heriz, ‘Alefa Madagascar’ is released on 16th August 2019 and is compiled by Réunionese DJs La Basse Tropicale and Percy Yip Tong (Mauritius). Physical formats feature sleeve notes by influential producer Charles Maurin Poty and Banning Eyre of Afropop Worldwide.-First ever compilation documenting the heyday of Malagasy mus ic during the 1970s and 1980s-All tracks officially licensed in conjunction with the Discomad and Kaïa mba labels-Includes sleeve notes by legendary pr oducer Charles Maurin Poty and writer Banning Eyre-Latest instalment in Strut’s ongoing series documenting some of the best original music from the Indian Ocean region

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1. Jean Kely Et Basth - Andosy Mora
2. Soymanga - Moramora Zoky
3. Roger Georges - Mama
4. Ny Anjarasoa - Mahonena
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1. Charles Maurin Poty - Amboliako Fary
2. Mahaleo - Izahay Mpamita
3. Papa James - Ngoma Hoe
4. Los Pepitos Et Leur Ensemble - BB Gasy
5. Jeanot Rabeson Et Son Orchestre - Jazz Sega
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1. Feon'Ala - Farahy
2. Terak' Anosy Group - Soaliza
3. Saka Dit The King - Ody Ody (Tsy Mentsy Mandroso)
4. Michael - Razana Tsy Ho Meloko
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1. Falafa - Rapela
2. Los Matadores - Andeha Hanarato
3. Nino Rafah - Oa Niny E
4. Kaiamba Orchestra - Tokatoka
5. Atrefy Andriana - Zaka Tiako Mamolaka Keriko

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Obiaa!

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Strut is proud to announce Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band’s sophomore release ‘Obiaa!’, released on 4th October 2019. The album, produced again by Kwame Yeboah and Ben Abarbanel-Wolff at Lovelite Studio’s analogue HQ in Berlin, is a deep and soulful journey into the heart of Ghana’s indigenous highlife music celebrating the timeless and iconic voice of Pat Thomas, the 72 year-old “Golden Voice of Africa”.After producing Ebo Taylor’s seminal albums ‘Love and Death’ and ‘Appia Kwa Bridge’ for Strut Records, in 2014 Ben Abarbanel-Wolff approached Kwame Yeboah, Ghana’s top contemporary instrumentalist and bandleader, to work on a new project: “We initially wanted to invite Pat back into the studio with Ebo Taylor and Tony Allen to recreate and expand on some of the vibes they had recorded together during a lost session in 1977,” Ben explains. Recorded in Accra, the result was the critically acclaimed self-titled debut album ‘Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band’ in 2015. Pat and the Kwashibu Area Band (named after Kwame’s neighbourhood in Accra) hit the road in October 2015.After a memorable performance at WOMEX in Budapest, they never looked back. The next two years took them around the world to play at major venues and festivals including Glastonbury, Roskilde, WOMAD, Sakifo, WOMADelaide, Sines and many more. “We could see there was something for everyone in our music. People of all ages, colours and trends were dancing together!’ explains Kwame, the mastermind behind the band’s unbelievable precision and killer live show.The new album is called ‘Obiaa!’ which means ‘Everybody!’. Tracks include the modern parables ‘Onfa Nkosi Hwee’ warning against arrogance and ‘Odo Ankasa’ about the value of real love and trust as well as a great new cover of Thomas’ Afro-disco favourite ‘Yamona’. “Playing highlife around the world taught us what we had to do to move our sound forward,” continues Ben. While simultaneously looking back towards the classic days of highlife and forward to a fresh revival of the guitar band sound, this album cements Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band’s position at the pinnacle of modern African music.‘Obiaa!’ is released on all formats on 4th October The album features exclusive cover artwork by Lewis Heriz with photos by Marie Weikopf and Michelle Chiu and is mastered by Édouard Bonan at Ed-Room Studio in Paris.-Brand new album from Ghana’s original highlife master-Produced by Kwame Yeboah and Ben Abarbanel-Wolff and recorded at Jochen Stroeh’s Lovelite Studios-Mastered and cut by The Carvery with illustrated design by Lewis Heriz-Full worldwide PR campaign + European tour during Oct / Nov 2019-2LP IN SINGLE SLEEVE, 12” SHEET INSERT

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1. Onfa Nkosi Hwee
2. Yamona
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1. Bubu
2. Atesem
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1. Obi Nfreno
2. Odo Ankasa
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1. Okomfe Bone
2. Ntobuase
3. Obinim

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Ultimate Yokota 1991-2019

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The Sound Of Vast imprint offers up a retrospective collection of cuts from Shinichiro Yokota (who had two tracks on Hunee's 'Sounds From The Far East' compilation for Rush Hour). None of these tracks have been pressed on vinyl before now. A loaded compilation full of choice bumps and positive House vibes recorded over the last 28yrs!The twelve-track collection ‘Ultimate Yokota 1991-2019’ traverses through Yokota’s emotive and playful house sound - employing infectious synth hooks, analogue drums, soulful vocals and an underlying positive energy throughout. Sound Of Vast shine a light on one of Japan’s unsung heroes of House. Designed as an introduction those unfamiliar with his impressive back catalogue, and for hardcore fans alike.Shinichiro Yokota: “In the late 80s my obsession towards House music began and the biggest influence I had was through Soichi Terada. I went to his house almost every week, and watched him perform his magic with synthesizers, samplers, and sequencers. I soon learned how to use them as well and started producing a variety of tracks. Many of the tracks produced during this time were released on CD or vinyl through ‘Far East Recording’. This project ‘Ultimate Yokota’ is a careful selection of tracks from the early 90’s which haven’t been released on vinyl ever. It is my 30 years chronicle. ‘TOKYO 018’ is a track Soichi and myself collaborated on for the first time in 15 years. Not all the tracks on this record where produced with Soichi, but it’s safe to say that all my tracks have been influenced by and ‘created’ together with him.Soichi Terada: ‘’Amongst the 90's Japanese house music that’s been re-evaluated in recent years, many people are highly recognizing "Do It Again". One thing that comes to my mind which I contribute to this song's producer, Shinichiro Yokota, is the excitement and cheers of the audience when I perform it in my live show. With just 7 notes of refrain making the dance floor really pop up. Thanks to that I had the opportunity to do over 120 live shows in various European cities. Many people mistakenly think "Do It Again" is a Soichi Terada's production because of the wrong credits on YouTube, but at least those of you who love this record will be reaffirming the beautiful sound that Shinichiro Yokota is creating. And Shinichiro Yokota, you "Did It Again"! That's what you are feeling.’’

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1. Bells
2. Night Drive
3. Gaming Man
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1. Right Here! Right Now!
2. Machibouke
3. Manabu Nagayama & Masakazu Uehata - Sora Sky Magic (Shinichiro Yokota remix)
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1. Timeless
2. This Moment
3. Time Traveling
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1. I Know You Like It (Ultimate version)
2. Take Yours
3. Shinichiro Yokota & Soichi Terada - Tokyo 018 (Watashiwa Tokyo Suki) (Ultimate version)

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Futuribile (The Life to Come)

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This retro-futuristic Italian classic from the cosmic era is now finally reissued in a double LP edition that will surely bring joy to DJs worldwide. Underrated jazz musician and composer Gianni Safred is one of the great pioneers of Italian electronic music, and had proven his talent in a couple of ultra-rare and highly sought-after library records released by renowned Italian label Music Scene.FUTURIBILE was the second of the batch, composed and recorded in 1978 in his Trieste-based studio, using Minimoog, Polymoog, Arp Odyssey, Arp Omni, Fender Rhodes, Sequencer Roland, Space Echo Roland, and accompanied by a solid drum section. The whole album is crazy, with spooky and mysterious grooves that sounds both modern and danceable. An incredible electronic disco-jazz album, full of deep breaks and beats, along with dope overlapping synths, resulting in minimalistic proto-house tunes.A record that will take you both back in time and forward into the future. These sounds are suitable for space travels, space exploration, experiments, fantastic adventures, future enterprises, interplanetary stories, important achievements, industrial accomplishments of broad implications, modern scientific discoveries, and new industrial events.

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1. The Life To Come
2. Disco Satellite
3. Autumn 2001
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1. Disco Propulsion
2. Robot Party
3. Last Rain
Side 3
1. Supermind
2. Unexplored World
3. Electronic Brain
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1. Jazz Computer
2. Future City Traffic
3. Machines For Ever

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Timbuktu: The Music Of Randy Weston

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Elder statesman of Malian music Cheick Tidiane Seck sends an Afro Jazz prayer to his friend and colleague Randy Weston over a double LP, propelling his Pan-African vision into the future over a sea of soulful piano and complex percussion. Cheikh envisaged the session as a kind of musical banquet, inviting guests including Manu Dibango and Abd Al Malik to the table to pay tribute to Randy Weston’s composi- tions, blending disparate musical traditions and experiences into a collective eulogy.

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1. Tanjah
2. Ganawa (Blue Moses) (Rhodes version)
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1. Timbuktu (feat Manu Dibango)
2. In Memory Of
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1. African Cookbook (feat Manu Dibango)
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1. Niger Mambo
2. Mr Randy

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