Jazz Dance Fusion gatefold 2xLP. In keeping with his much-loved style, most of the material can be loosely described as "psyche break-beat", all of which was initially recorded and released in the s and '70s. That means a blend of hallucinatory Brazilian funk and soul rich in sweaty, often densely layered drums, booming basslines, trippy vocals, eccentric production, mazy Hammond organ lines and rousing horns. The quality bar is set so high that picking individual highlights is tough; suffice to say, you need all ten tunes in your life and in your record box.
Caravan reissue remastered gram vinyl LP. Rearward Italy. Tom Furse Digs gatefold LP. Lo Recordings. Given access to the Southern Library Of Record Music and told to plunder as merrily as he liked, Furse describes the collection himself as "the bastard sounds of pop fancy" Which isn't far off the mark.
From the intergalactic magic carpet ride of "Everglades" to the horn-hype and muted trumpet silliness of big band swing cut "For Joan To Dance To" by way of the flute-firing, big screen tree top chase of "Tarzan Talk", each cut is written to a clear visual brief but works so well in other contexts.
With many of the tracks having never been released before, this is a coup on a variety of levels. Pearls LP. The Choir Invisible CD. Staubgold Germany. It's been rather successful so far, as this first label compilation provides. Late Night Tales. The de-rigueur cover version arrives with a Metronomy rendition of Jean-Michel Jarre's "Hypnose" while Paul Morley ends the selection with a spoken word piece. This vinyl edition has 18 of the tracks spread separately across two plates as well as the mixed CD and a booklet!
Kraut Jazz Futurism gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP. Kryptox Germany. The Jazz Room gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP. Here he offers up a taste of the up-tempo dancefloor jazz he's been championing for the last four decades via a fine compilation named after his once regular club night, Jazz Room. Tru Thoughts. As a steady stroll through some of his many musical highlights, it's hard to find fault.
Certainly, it's great to revisit songs such as "Quiet Dawn" a deliciously evocative and atmospheric concoction featuring the alluring vocals of Beth Rowley , folksy "Beautiful Lie" and high octane "Seven Nation Army" one of the superior covers of the White Stripes hit, in our opinion , while Tru Thoughts get extra marks for including both a track from Lamdin's lesser-known Skeletons project the Afro-beat brilliance of "Positive Force" and the dub-wise skank of his hook-up with Prince Fatty, "Medicine Chest Dub".
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Items 1 to 50 of 71 on page 1 of 2. People also bought Belly Dance Disco gatefold 2xLP. Originally released in , it's a cult classic fusion of funk, soul, world, folk, country and disco that is laced with squelchy Moog goodness and endlessly loose groves. Happy Day 12". On the A-side of this 12" edition you'll find the "Classic Main Mix", a bouncy and rubbery fusion of soaring gospel vocals, bumping house beats, mazy organ solos, rubbery disco bass and clipped guitar riffs.
It's superb all told, and a fitting final hurrah from one of the UK's most significant DJs of the past 40 years. Over on the flip you'll find the slightly more stripped-back "Classic Dub", where impassioned vocal snippets ride Anderson's killer groove, bouncy pianos and spacey synths. The album was first released in - the year it was recorded in an Amsterdam studio - and offers a unique take on jazz-fusion that variously doffs a cap to smooth grooves, jazz-funk, Steely Dan, blues, Latin and Cajun rhythms and the hard-to-pigeonhole soul sound of Rotary Connection.
It's a warm, attractive and hugely enjoyable collection of songs that have aged remarkably well, making this edition one of the reissues of the year so far. Nana LOVE. Until now. Dusting off the long lost tapes with due care and attention, BBE have kindly reminded us that disco had much wider impact than the US and Europe. Nana Love's slightly nasal tones are instantly alluring, but it's the clam-tight musicianship that really bites.
Big Bernard Edwards bass, shiny guitar twangs, extensive organ noodling and vibrant Afrofunk horns galore, this is a truly stunning document.
If this isn't enough for you, be sure to check the comprehensive 18 track double CD compilation, also out this week. T-Pendergrass horns and heat get touched up in a "Yo'u Got What I Need" mix, while the gospel vocals and strings of Loleatta Holloway are extended for a longer disco player.
The Jazz Room gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP. Here he offers up a taste of the up-tempo dancefloor jazz he's been championing for the last four decades via a fine compilation named after his once regular club night, Jazz Room. That's partly due to the quality of the players on show - Myrick's quintet contained some of the Motor City's finest jazz players of the '60s and early '70s, including one-time Blue Note artist Kenny Cox - but largely because it's exceptionally good.
Remarkably, it was recorded live at the University of Michigan nearly a decade before its release, and contains one of the most stunning jazz compositions you'll ever hear, Cox's epic "Scorpio's Child", as well as the Afro-Cuban jazz hit that is "The Latin Bit". Throughout, Myrick's drumming is exceptional. Ozobia Special gram vinyl LP. The album's six tracks are infectious and wholeheartedly positive, with the assembled band - which included John Kante on guitar, a full horn section of boogie-era highlife keyboard maestro Jake Sollo - delivering instrumental backing tracks that ripple with colourful motifs, killer grooves and more than a hint of gospel righteousness.
The title is certainly fitting, because it's a very special album indeed. Rim Arrives gatefold 2xLP. Paz Are Back LP. Page: 1 1 2. My filters. Type: Vinyl. Type See all. Music See all. Format See all. Release Date See all. Genre See all. Artist See all. Release Title See all. Price See all. We'd like to know what you think of Juno's website. Please send us your comments and suggestions via our feedback page. Hide played by. Show out of stock titles. Save sort order.John Stubblefield - "Confessin'" () Henry Threadgill's Air - "BK" () Review: Staubgold sub-label Modern Jazz Dance Classics (MJDC) was initially created by friend-of-the-imprint Jeff The Fish to offer vinyl pressings to previously digital-only contemporary jazz-dance cuts. It's been rather successful so far, as this first label.