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Timeless

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Jovonn returns to his Body N'Deep label to release the album 'Timeless', his first since 'Blaque House' released on Code Red back in 2009. With releases on such labels as Clone, Apollonia and Dogmatik the last few years, Jovonn set up his Body N'Deep label in 2017 to release tracks from himself and other like-minded producers. The album focusses on the deeper side of house and Jovonn's trademark New Jersey house sound, with contributions by Patrick Mangan (violin) on 'Hesperia Soul' and Cassioware on 'Turnin Me Out'.

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Side 1
1. Keep On
2. Affection
Side 2
1. Hesperia Soul
2. Get Outta My Bass
Side 3
1. Party In My House
2. Moon Groove
Side 4
1. Move Ya Hips
2. Turnin Me Out (feat Cassio Ware)
Side 5
1. Takin It Blaque
2. L Speex
Side 6
1. Turned Up
2. Timeless

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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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Side 1
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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Cerebral Hemispheres

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Under one of his most notable guises, Larry Heard is pleased to present a new album for 2018. 'Cerebral Hemispheres' is his first full length album as Mr. Fingers in almost 25 years. Famous as one of the most important heads in the dance music around the world, Larry has enjoyed a successful career as a producer, remixer, collaborator, vocalist and DJ spanning 35 years. Due for release on his own imprint Alleviated Records, 'Cerebral Hemispheres' features 14 new pieces of music that allows the listener to fully immerse themselves and dig deep into Larry's musical world.

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Side 1
1. Full Moon
2. City Streets
3. Urbane Sunset
Side 2
1. Sands Of Aruba
2. Tiger Lounge
3. A Day In Portugal
Side 3
1. Sao Paolo
2. Crying Over You
3. Cerebral Hemispheres
Side 4
1. Electron
2. Outer Acid
3. Inner Acid
Side 5
1. Spy
2. Stratusfly
3. Nodyahed
Side 6
1. Qwazars
2. Aether
3. Praise To The Vibes

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Metro Area: 15th Anniversary

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15th Anniversary Remastered triple album (incl download) with all the classic works of Metro Area! The12-track triple LP and digital package combines all the songs from both the original US and licensed European releases.

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Side 1
1. Dance Reaction
2. Pina
Side 2
1. Caught Up
2. Evidence
Side 3
1. Miura
2. Soft Hoop
Side 4
1. Orange Alert
2. Square Pattern Aura
Side 5
1. Atmosphrique
2. Machine Vibes
Side 6
1. Strut
2. Let's Get

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Taitu (Soul-Fuelled Stompers From 1960s-1970s Ethiopia)

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Ernesto Chahoud’s ‘Taitu’ is a collection of soul-fuelled stompers straight from the dancefloors of 1970s Addis Ababa.A breathless journey through the unique Ethio sound that bands were forging at the time, the 24-track compilation is the result of the Lebanese DJ and crate digger’s decadelong love affair with the ‘golden age’ of Ethiopian music.Among the musical gems featured are 7”s by some of the heavyweights of the scene including the godfather of Ethio jazz Mulatu Astatke and Alemayehu Eshete, the vocalist dubbed the ‘Ethiopian Elvis’, alongside tracks by more obscure artists such as Merawi Yohannis and Birkineh Wurga.For ‘Taitu’, Chahoud has selected 24 of his essential Ethio-Soul 7”s, that never leave his DJ box, and together they capture this opportune moment in Ethiopian music history that saw bands experiment with an armful of influences: gliding through R&B, rock & roll, jazz, funk, soul and boogaloo. What came out was a distinctly Ethiopian interpretation: pentatonic scales, horn-driven melodies and soul-shattering vocals sung in Amharic.The songs are difficult to box in to one genre but they share a simplicity and rawness, added to by their lo-fi quality – with many recordings made in rudimentary studios with only a couple of mics for the entire band. From the R&B stomper ‘Honey Baby’ by Alemayehu Eshete to Astatke’s swaggering ethnic-jazz instrumental ‘Emnete’ and the bluesy melancholic vocals of Hirut Bekele on ‘Ewnetegna Feker’, ‘Taitu’ is a window in on the exciting records being made in Ethiopia in the 1970s.– An extensive guide to an experimental period in Ethiopia’s music history during the 1960s and 1970s– A diverse compilation that takes in everything from Ethio jazz and soul to dancefloor clappers and rhythm and blues– The debut compilation from Lebanese DJ and crate digger Ernesto Chahoud who’s hunted down these treasures for years– Rare Ethiopian tracks, many of which are compiled and released on vinyl for the first time– Full press, radio and digital media campaign in all key territories

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Side 1
1. Menelik Wossenatchew - Fikratchin
2. Mulatu Astatke - Emnete
3. Teshome Meteku - Hasabe
4. Birkineh Wurga - Alkedashim
Side 2
1. Selomon Shibeshi - Endiet Zenegashiw
2. Alemayehu Eshete - Chiro Adarie Negne
3. Hirut Bekele - Ewnetegna Feker
4. Bezunesh Bekele & Body Guard Band - Felagote
Side 3
1. Alemayehu Eshete - Mekeyershene Salawke
2. Tilahun Gessesse - Aykedashim Libe
3. Merawi Yohannis - Teleyeshign
4. Hirut Bekele & Alemayehu Eshete - Temelese
5. Alemayehu Eshete - Honey Baby
Side 4
1. Seifu Yohannes - Ebo Lala (Ethiopian Clappers & More)
2. Bezunesh Bekele - Aha Gedawo
3. Alemayehu Borobor - Yeshebelewa
4. Seifu Yohannes - Mela Mela
Side 5
1. Tilahun Gessesse - Sigibgib Joroye
2. Alemayehu Eshete - Gizew Honeshyna
3. Bahta G Hiwot - Tessassategn Eko
4. Getatchew Kassa - Fikrishin Eshaleyu
Side 6
1. Hirut Bekele - Almokerkum Nebere
2. Muluken Melesse - Alagegnhwatem
3. Menelik Wossenachew - Tezeta
4. Tamrat Molla - Ene Yewodedquat

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Doing It In Lagos

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BACK IN STOCK !!!!!Soundway Records present a new compilation of twenty rare and mostly unavailable tracks from the slick and sassy world of Nigerian pop music and club culture of the early 1980s.Buoyed by an explosive oil boom and a return to democracy after a series of military dictatorships, Nigeria's economy in the years of the early '80's was mirrored by its recording industry as countless young artists and groups hit the airwaves and dancefloors of the capital and beyond.It was a glossy, brash new form of pop music born out of ashes of late 1970s disco and funk and, just as in America, was the soundtrack to a new generation for whom money, style and flirtation trumped the overblown psychedelia of the previous decade. Eager to sound as American as possible with no hint of the fervor for afro-beat, afro-rock and afrocentric thinking that the 1970s had thrown up, a new generation of young artists and performers turned their backs on their cultural roots in music and sought a new kind of stardom and fame firmly connected to the glossy, snazzy world of the 1980s that was erupting in the USA and Europe.The 1970s flares and cuban heels began to disappear, in their place came sleek suits, rolled-up sleeves, bow-ties, jumpsuits, leather jackets, greased hair and a firm nod in the stylistic direction of Michael Jackson.

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Side 1
1. Hotline - Fellas Doing It In Lagos
2. Peter Abdul - Don't You Know
3. Steve Monite - Only You
Side 2
1. Oby Onyioha - Enjoy Your Life
2. Kio Amachree - Ivory
3. Livy Ekemezie - Holiday Action
Side 3
1. Willy Roy - Don't Give Up
2. Danny Offia & The Friks - Funk With Me
3. Rick Asikpo & Afro Fusion - Too Hot
Side 4
1. Toby Foyeh - Ore Mi
2. Gboyega Adelaja - Colourful Environment
3. Mike Umoh - Shake Your Body
Side 5
1. Burnis Moleme - Where Is The Answer
2. Sony Enang - Don't Stop That Music
3. Nkono Teles - Be My Lady (mix)
Side 6
1. Veno - Groove I Like
2. Godfrey Odili - Let's Do More Music
3. Terry Mackson - Distant Lover
Side 7
1. Ofege - Burning Jungle (bonus 7")
Side 8
1. Lexy Mella - On The Air (Rap mix - Frankie Francis edit - bonus 7")

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Joey Negro & Sean P. : The Best Of Disco Spectrum

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18 years on from the release of the very first ‘Disco Spectrum’ LP, Joey Negro and Sean P revisit the project, selecting the finest cuts from this much-loved album series. Three volumes of Disco Spectrum were released on BBE between 1999 and 2002, heralding a disco revival that, almost two decades later, just keeps gaining momentum.Known by a plethora of aliases including Jakatta and Akabu as well as Joey Negro, Isle of White native Dave Lee has been at the epicenter of UK dance music since the late 1980s. One of the first British producers to incorporate disco samples into dance music, he took his favourite genre all the way to the top of the charts in the early 90s when he masterminded Take That’s cover version of ‘Relight My Fire’ by Dan Hartman. Never an artist to rest on his laurels, Dave has remained at the top of his game ever since, producing chart hits and underground club tracks alike, touring the world with live disco act The Sunburst Band and running his own label Z Records.The Best Of Disco Spectrum features a wide-ranging collection of floor-fillers including: Rare Pleasure – ‘Let Me Down Easy’ (infamously sampled by David Morales for 90s club smash ‘Needin U’), Ramona Brooks – ‘IDon’t Want You Back’ (revived by Patrick Forge and Sean P on pirate radio in the late 80s), Bunny Mack - 'Let Me Love You' (an early forerunner of today’s popular afro/house sound) and Syreeta - 'Can't Shake Your Love' (snappy, bass-led funk from the former Mrs Stevie Wonder, mixed by Larry Levan).“Who would have expected the disco revival to be even stronger now than it was then, though looking down the track-listings of the 3 instalments of Disco Spectrum, most of the songs included on those compilations have since been remixed, sampled, bootlegged, covered, reedited, re-compiled and re-issued - often on multiple occasions. Since disco supposedly “died”, dance music has taken many twists and turns through a myriad of styles, moods and tempos - but disco still remains the foundation and lynchpin.” – Dave Lee, 2017

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Side 1
1. Al Hudson & The Soul Partners - Spread Love
2. Rare Pleasure - Let Me Down Easy
3. John Gibbs & U.S. Steel Orchestra - Trinidad (Special Disco mix)
Side 2
1. Syreeta - Can't Shake Your Love (Larry Levan 12" mix)
2. Cloud One - Don't Let My Rainbow Pass Me By (feat Margo Williams - club 12" mix)
3. Jo.Boyer - Isabelle & The Rain
Side 3
1. Ramona Brooks - I Don't Want You Back
2. Idris Muhammad - Could Heaven Ever Be Like This
Side 4
1. Omni - Out Of My Hands (feat Connee Draper)
2. George Duke - I Want You For Myself (feat Lynn Davis)
Side 5
1. Alfredo De La Fé - Hot To Trot
2. Universe City - Can You Get Down
Side 6
1. Bunny Mack - Let Me Love You
2. The Brothers - Under The Skin

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Reworked By Detroiters

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A diverse selection of remixers from today's generation of Detroit producers and musicians, looking back at the immense legacy of Funkadelic and re-imagining it for now, with the re-interpreters chosen to prismatically represent the vastness of Funkadelic's genre-bending music.All tracks recorded in Stereo, except Let's Make It Last which was recorded in Mono

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1. Sexy Ways (Recloose Disco Flip)
2. You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure (Alton Miller mix)
3. Get Your Ass Off & Jam (Marcellus Pittman remix)
Side 2
1. Cosmic Slop (Moodyman mix)
2. Music For My Mother (Andres Wo Ahh Ay vocal mix)
3. Super Stupid (Dirtbombs version)
Side 3
1. Music 4 My Mother (Underground Resistance mix)
2. Undisco Kidd (Gay Marvine edit)
3. Take Your Dead Ass Home (The Fantasy version)
Side 4
1. Let's Take It To The Stage (Amp Fiddler Laugin At Ya mix)
2. Standing On The Verge (Anthony Shake Shakir & T dancer remix)
3. You & Your Folks (Claude Young Jr club mix)
Side 5
1. Be My Beach (Mophno & Tom Thump mix)
2. You & Your Folks (Claude Young Jr dub)
3. Let's Make It Last (Kenny Dixon Jr edit)
Side 6
1. Looking Back At You (Ectomorph Stripped & dubbed
2. Maggot Brain (BMG dub)

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Mulatu Of Ethiopia

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Strut present the first official reissue of a landmark album in the field of African music , Mulatu Astatke’s ‘Mulatu Of Ethiopia’ from 1972. Recorded in New York , the album arrived at a time when Astatke had begun to master the delicate fusion of styles needed to create Ethio jazz. “I left the UK for America and studied at Berklee College in Boston. I learnt the technical aspects of jazz and gained a beautiful understanding of many different types of music. That’s where I got my tools. Berklee really shook me up.”Journeying regularly to the Big Apple to play and watch live shows at the Cheetah , the Palladium and the Village Gate, Astatke met producer Gil Snapper on the circuit. “Gil was a nice and very interesting guy. He produced music and worked with all kinds of musicians.” The meeting would lead to a series of albums on Snapper’s Worthy label. The first , ‘Afro Latin Soul’ , documented Astatke’s new-found directions. “Mulatu has created a new sound , ” enthused Snapper on the album jacket. “He has taken the ancient five-tone scales of Asia and Africa and woven them into something unique and exciting, a mixture of three cultures , Ethiopian, Puerto Rican and American.”A second volume of ‘Afro Latin Soul’ followed before Astatke began to hone his sound further , infusing funk and cultural influences into the mix. Returning to a downtown Manhattan studio with Snapper and working with some of the city’s top young jazz and latin session players, ‘Mulatu Of Ethiopia’ began to take shape. “We rehearsed for 3-4 weeks” remembers Astatke. “it took them a while to get the right feeling in the music.” The resultant album represented the first fully formed document of Astatke’s trademark Ethio jazz sound. It features ‘Kulunmanqueleshi’, ‘Dewel’ , and ‘Kasalefku-Hulu’ , tracks that Mulatu would return to regularly on singles and in live shows , the Ethio-Latin workout ‘Chifara’ and the self-titled groover ‘Mulatu’ (“I wanted to make a track for... myself!”). This definitive reissue of the album comes in a limited edition 3LP 6-panel gatefold set featuring the stereo album master , a pre-mix mono master and a selection of outtakes from the sessions , giving the listener rare access to the DNA of the studio process. Also available are standard 1CD and 1LP formats. All formats feature a new interview with Mulatu Astatke and rare photos.- 3LP 6-PANEL GATEFOLD with DOWNLOAD CARD- First ever official reissue of Mulatu Astatke classic from 1972- Remastered by Carvery Cuts from original reel to reel tapes- Limited edition 3LP features unreleased mono version of album + exclusive out-takes from the studio sessions- All formats include rare photos and a new interview with Mulatu Astatke- All formats include full original Worthy Records artwork

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Side 1
1. Mulatu
2. Mascaram Setaba
3. Dewel
Side 2
1. Kulunmanqueleshi
2. Kasalefkut-Hulu
3. Munaye
4. Chifara
Side 3
1. Mulatu (mono album mix)
2. Mascaram Setaba (mono album mix)
3. Dewel (mono album mix)
Side 4
1. Kulunmanqueleshi (mono album mix)
2. Kasalefkut-Hulu (mono album mix)
3. Munaye (mono album mix)
4. Chifara (mono album mix)
Side 5
1. Munaye (take 1)
2. Mascaram Sebata (take 1)
3. Mascaram Sebata (take 2)
4. Mascaram Sebata (take 3)
Side 6
1. Kulunmanqueleshi (take 1)
2. Kulunmanqueleshi (take 2)
3. Kulunmanqueleshi (take 4)
4. Kasalefkut-Hulu (take 1)
5. Kasalefkut-Hulu (take 2)

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Nigeria Soul Fever - Afro Funk, Disco And Boogie - West African Disco Mayhem!

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Soul Jazz Records' new Nigeria Soul Fever is their first release to explore the vast wealth of Nigerian music recorded in the 1970s. The new album comes with introductory sleeve-notes by Bill Brewster (author of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life).Packed-full with Afro-Funk, Disco and Boogie all from Nigeria, this triple album/double CD set brings together a stunning collection of diverse West African sounds. Whilst a small handful of the artists featured (Joni Haastrup, Tee Mac, Christy Essien) have seen the light of day outside Africa, this is essentially a collection of killer tracks by an array of artists completely unknown outside of Nigeria. Artists such as Don Bruce & The Angels, Akin Richards & The Executives, Angela Starr, Jimmy Sherry & The Music Agents. It's no surprise that these records are extremely rare and expensive to buy individually so this album will save you going broke trying to find them.These recordings were made at a time when Nigeria’s trade restrictions banned imported records. Whilst new musical trends (such as American soul, funk, disco etc) entered and influenced the country, the local music scene remained just that - local. Consequently, these recordings remain practically unknown to anyone outside of the country.This album follows on from Soul Jazz Records' 1960s collection Nigeria Freedom Sounds, released last month, and will be followed by the reissue of the incredibly rare and groovy Nigerian 1980 disco boogie funk album Tee Mac's Night Illusion. Triple-album vinyl + download.

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Side 1
1. Joni Haastrup - Free My People
2. Christy Essien - You Can't Change A Man
3. Akin Richards & The Executives - Afrikana Disco
Side 2
1. Tee Mac - Nam Myoho Renge Kyo
2. Joni Haastrup - Greetings
Side 3
1. Don Bruce & The Angels - Ocheche (Happy Song)
2. Benis Cletin - Get Up & Dance
3. Colomach - Enoviyin
Side 4
1. Joni Haastrup - Do The Funkro
2. Tee Mac - Living Everyday (feat Marjorie Barnes)
3. Arakatula - Mr Been To
Side 5
1. Angela Starr - Disco Dancing
2. Joni Haastrup - Wake Up Your Mind
Side 6
1. Jimmy Sherry & The Musik Agents - Nwaeze
2. Benis Cletin - Soul Fever
3. Arakatula - Wake Up Africa

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