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V.A. – Living In The Streets Vol.2 – BGP 2LP

Another dip into the melting pot of early 70s Black Music – A time where Latin, Jazz, Soul and Funk mixed together and would eventually beget Disco.

Katie Love & The Four Shades Of Black – Don’t Let It Go To Your Head
Brenda George – I Can’t Stand It
Letta Mbulu – Afro Texas
Joe Houston – Kicking Back (Parts 1 & 2)

Joe Bataan – Theme From The Men
King Errisson – Sleep Talk
The Mighty Tom Cats Vocal Ann Winley – Love Potion Cheeba – Cheeba
Macho – Mucho Macho

Irene Reid – I Must Be Doing Something Right
Byrdie Green – Return Of The Prodigal Son
Sharon Cash – Fever
Spanky Wilson – Kissing My Love

Esther Marrow – And When I Die
Walter Hawkins & Selah – Where Will You Run
Jambo – Harrambee (Based On The Bwala Dance From David Fanshawe’s African Sanctus)
Preston Epps – Africa

V.A. – Super Breaks Vol.2 – Bgp 2LP

Essential Jazz, Soul & Funk Break-Beats as sampled by…

Herman Kelly – Dance To The Drummer’s Beat
All The People Featuring Robert Moore – Cramp Your Style
Baby Huey – Hard Times
Isaac Hayes – Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalmistic

William De Vaughan – Be Thankful For What You’ve Got
The Detroit Emeralds – You’re Gettin’ A Little Too Smart
Freda Payne – Unhooked Generation
20th Century Steel Band – Heaven And Hell Is On Earth
24 Carat Black – Ghetto: Misfortune’s Wealth

Ernie Hines – Our Generation
Rufus Thomas – The Breakdown (Part 2)
Joe Tex – Papa Was, Too
Wilbur Bascomb And The Zodiac – Just A Groove In G
Funk Inc – Kool Is Back

Pleasure – Joyous
The Fatback Band – Put Your Love (In My Tender Care)
The Emotions – I Like It
Casesar Frazier – Funk It Up

V.A. – Horn Rock & Funky Guitar Grooves 1968-1974 – BGP CD

American Rock gets back to its soulful roots. Available on CD and double LP.

Paul Butterfield Blues Band – Buddy’s Advice
Al Kooper – Toe Hold
Delaney & Bonnie – It’s Been A Long Time Coming
Cold Blood – Understanding
Lighthouse – One Fine Morning (LP Version)
Blood Sweat & Tears – Roller Coaster
Tower Of Power – Clever Girl
Donnie Brooks – Blow Your Mind
Chase – Run Back To Mama
Hammer – Tuane
Crystal Mansions – Somebody Oughta Turn Your Head Around
The Flock – Clown (Part 1)
Tobias Wood Henderson – Gypsy Boy Ii
Black Magic – Shoes
The Electric Flag – Make Your Move
The Sons – Boomp Boomp Chomp
American Sound Ltd – Aunt Marie

V.A. – Southern Groove Hotlanta, Aware & Clintone Funk & Soul – BGP CD

Masterful and obscure 1970s Funk and Soul from Georgia and Alabama.

Dave Camon – Keep On Doin’ Your Funky Thing
Johnny Jacobs – Ain’t It Funky (Doing Your Own Thing)
Loleatta Holloway – Only A Fool
Maggabrain – Down At The Disco
Family Plann – Shuckin’ N’ Jivin’
Floyd Smith – The Bump
Ripple – I Don’t Know What It Is But It Sure Is Funky
Archie Russell – Help Me (Part 1)
Archie Russell – Help Me (Part 2)
Jimmy Lewis – When I Build My World
Deep Velvet – Complain To The Clouds (But You Can’t Change The Weather)
Family Plann – Let’s Dance
East LA Car Pool – Seeds Of Life
Maggabrain – Spacewalking
Ripple – Instrumental #2
The Counts – Funk Pump
Loleatta Holloway – The World Don’t Owe You Nothin’
John Edwards – Time
CL Blast – Husband In Law
Joe Hinton – Shouldn’t I Be Given The Right To Be Wrong
Bill Brandon – Claim Jumpin’
The Ebony Godfather – Checkmate

Patti Jo – Make Me Believe In You (Tom Moulton Mix) b/w Ain’t No Love Lost (Tom Moulton Mix) – BGP 7″
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The two Patti Jo tracks on this 33rpm single were produced by Curtis Mayfield and were first issued on Wand. Championed by Ashley Beadle and others, these Tom Moulton remixes from the Scepter LP “Disco Gold” are among the definitive precursors of Disco and modern dance culture. They have been reissued and remixed over the past 15 years but this is the first time the Moulton remixes have appeared on 7-inch

S.O.U.L. – Burning Spear (7” version) b/w Do Whatever You Want To Do – BGP 7″
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S.O.U.L.’s ‘Burning Spear’ was a standout of their debut album, from which it was pulled for a single release. Edited down from the album’s rambling brilliance to a concise slice of dancefloor funkiness, deejays have been searching out the 45 for years – it seems to have sold almost zero, making copies impossible to find. For the B-side Bgp have selected the breakbeat heavy ‘Do Whatever You Want To Do’ from their second LP, which we feel would be a choice selection for anyone who wants to get a dancefloor moving.