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  • Various - The World Is A Party! Vol.1 (LP)

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    16 Songs To Beat Jet Lag… For Intercontinental Sugar Daddies!

    Rome, Acapulco, Palm Springs, Gstaad…

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  • Various - La Noire Vol.10 ”Groove City” (LP)

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    Upea uusi osa La Noire sarjaa. 14 SOUL Movers!! So Cool gatefold cover.

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  • Various - La Noire Vol.9 ”Greyhound” (LP)

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    Upean sarjat uusi osa. 14 mahtavaa RnB Biisiä. Tyylikkäät gatefold kannet! MUST!!!

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  • Various - Thirteen Roses Singing In a Male World! (LP)

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    Thirteen Roses singing in a male world. Far from interpreting this sentence in any politic or vindictive way, but don’t dissmiss those ways at all, this LP aims to highlight the power of female singers in Twentieth Century’s recordings industry, just to pay tribute on those women who, in many cases, broken rules and led the way for next generations.

    Some of these roses were big and beautiful, and changed their colours whenever they wanted, some others flowered briefly buy left behind amazing frangances that can still be appreciated.

    A small garden of just thirteen roses, singing louder and fighting harder to win a chance to be heard.
    Hats off to those women, don’t mind if they’re gone, the future belongs to them.

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  • Cooke Sam - At The Copa (LP)

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    The restored Sam Cooke At The Copa reveals Cooke’s Copacabana performance with all of the nuance and passion that his adoring audience experienced fifty-five years ago.

    Sam Cooke’s set at the Copa is a microcosm of his overall career insofar as it mirrored the artist’s own eclecticism. Broadway, blues, folk, jazz, gospel and even country, and, of course, soul are represented on such tracks as Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out, Frankie and Johnny, Try A Little Tenderness, and the hits Twistin’ The Night Away, You Send Me” and (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons. Of special note is Cooke’s version of Bob Dylan’s Blowin’ In The Wind that reflected the struggle for civil rights then underway. Dylan’s song inspired Cooke to write his like themed masterpiece, A Change Is Gonna Come. Recorded live at the Copacabana, New York City, July 8, 1964

    Originally released in 1964 – out of print on vinyl since it was last pressed in 1987 Remastered by Joe Yannece. Lacquer cutting by Carl Rowatti, Trutone Mastering

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  • Various - Headin’ For The Christmas Ball (Ltd, Red) (LP)

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    Christmas Ball – 14 Swing And R&B Christmas Crooners

    • A nostalgic and varied Christmas compilation, not only for the holidays, either danceable or dreamy with a mixture of swing and jazz, rhythm & blues and crooner pop! 
    • Bear Family’s latest edition of ’Season’s Greetings’ for 2020!
    • Nostalgic Christmas with 14 Lindy Hop-Jitterbug-Boogie-Jive and Easy Listening rarities of the years 1947-1962!
    • Among them the title song Christmas Ball, as well as the B-side of the rare 1951 Coral single of the Georgie Auld Orchestra with the great singer Bill Darnel!
    • Knuckles O’Toole & The Brigadiers’ orchestral version of Jingle Bells is also included, as well as New Year’s goose bumps classic Auld Lang Syne in the worn version by Guy Lombardo, and the famous version of the classic Sleigh Ride in the interpretation of orchestra leader Leroy Anderson, also known from the movie ’Polar Express’!
    • Besides The Andrews Sisters there are more ladies with their great voices, above all the stunning Dinah Washington, the crooner lady Dorothy Collins and last but not least Kay Martin, who makes it quite slippery and erotic. 
    • Joined by Jerry Lewis, a comedian and movie star from Hollywood’s golden era, with a really rare recording!
    • Also available as CD (BCD17611) – with bonus tracks!
    Christmas Ball!
    With this compilation we want to give more exuberance to the celebration of love, even if some songs are nostalgic and dreamy and you might even feel taken back to your own childhood. This Christmas disc invites you to the Christmas ball, to dancing, to swinging, to contemplation and exuberance among family members, friends, like-minded people and guests. This music brings glamour into every hut, with all the candles, lights and crackling stoves, while it’s snowing and stormy outside…
    Again a parade of rarities for Christmas
    As always, part of the concept is to focus on rare recordings that are not found on every Christmas collection. For example, a complete single of the Georgie Auld Orchestra with the fantastic singer Bill Darnel, which was released on Coral at the time and contains the title song Christmas Ball, as well as the accompanying B-side, It Ain’t Snowin’ Outside is included. An exotic component comes from The Surfers with Hawaiian sounds and The Enchanters with a mix of doo wop and mambo! To make you laugh, the LP also contains some novelty recordings of greats like Jerry Lewis and Kay Martin. Film star Jerry Lewis had legendary comedic talents in Hollywood’s golden era! Rare recordings, but listen for yourself!
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  • Various - Buttshakers – Vol. 13 : Special Latin, Soul, Boogaloo & More (LP)

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    Another great volume in one of the best compilation series ever! Again, this is an amazing selection of 15 very rare and groovy cuts, this time focused on Latin soul, boogaloo and beyond!

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  • Various - Buttshakers – Vol. 12 : Special Barbecue Soul Party!!! (LP)

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    Päälikansia myöten huippu albumi. One of the best Rhythm and Blues compilation ever !!! Amazing selection of very rare and groovy items !!!

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  • Various - Buzzsaw Joint – Cut 7/James And Misty (LP)

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    Buzzsaw Joint was born of a club offering Londoners the chance to revel in the sounds of good ol’ trashy rock’n’roll in all its vintage vinyl forms.

    Club top-cat, Fritz, then took the primitive Buzzsaw sounds online with a series of savage Mixcloud mixes created by record fiends from all over the globe. Now, the high-octane energy of Buzzsaw Joint has manifested into the physical form with a run of compilations on Stag-O-Lee.

    Get your ears around the wild’n’weird sounds of the extraordinary and inimitable Buzzsaw Joint!

    For lucky cut number seven we buzz over to Osaka, Japan to sample the collections of a pair of record obsessed lovebirds.

    In 2016 acclaimed Canadian DJ Misty met Night Beat Records store owner and tip-top tune selector James and now they’re inseparable. Alongside digging obscure vinyl out of deep crates worldwide for their store and weekly radiocore.org show ‘Night Beat Radio’, they spin dance-crazed booty shakers together at the wild monthly ‘The!! Beat’ party.

    Dare you not to dance to these twisted selections!

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  • Parker Bobby - Soul Of The Blues (RSD) (LP)

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    Virtuoso blues guitarist Bobby Parker inspired John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, Jimmy Page and many others yet it has taken 66 years since his recording debut for a vinyl LP compilation to be issued under his name. The opening track Watch your Step was played on stage by the Beatles in their Hamburg days who by their own admission, took its riff to fashion the opening to I Feel Fine. And let’s not forget Led Zeppelin’s Moby Dick,which borrowed that same riff. What a great soulful blues singer Bobby Parker was too. From his 1956 recording of Titanic, to 1969’s It’s Hard But It’s Fair, the latest cut on this album, here are 15 unforgettable vocal performances plus two instrumentals that showcase his unique way of playing the blues. Bobby Parker originals are hard to come by – apart from the hit Watch your Step, everything else is a valuable collector’s item.

    But this compilation brings them all together in one box and we can promise a treat in store for you.

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  • Various - Born To Hula! – Stag-O-Lee DJ Series Vol. 4 (2LP) (LP)

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    Jatkoa huippu sarjalle!

    Stag-O-Lee is proud to continue the DJ-Set Series with this Born to Hula! compilation by Hamburg based DJ Crille. Since the early 1990’s Crille is spinning records in various clubs on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg and many other cities. He was inspired by The Cool and Crazy Record Store and Crypt Records.

    After many years of record-hunting he is ready to bring you this compilation of some of his favourite tunes! They’re all dancefloor-tested at the Komet Bar in Hamburg, where Crille finds his home. We hope you enjoy his journey to the land of cool and exotic dance tunes!

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  • Fuqua Harvey - Presents LP+7″Single + CD (LP)

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    Biography: 

    Fuqua was born in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. He was the nephew of Charlie Fuqua of the Ink Spots. In 1951, with Bobby Lester, Alexander Graves and Prentiss Barnes, he formed a vocal group, the Crazy Sounds, in Louisville, later moving with other members of the group to Cleveland, Ohio. There they were taken under the wing of disc jockey Alan Freed, who renamed them the Moonglows, after his own nickname, Moondog”. The Moonglows’ first releases were for Freed’s Champagne label in 1953. They then recorded for the Chance label in Chicago, before signing with Chess Records in 1954. Their single ”Sincerely” reached number 1 on the Billboard R&B chart and number 20 on the Hot 100 in late 1954.

    Recording for Chess Records, Fuqua initially shared lead vocals with Lester but eventually asserted himself as the leader of the group. This changed in 1957 when he, in effect, fired the other members and installed a new group, previously known as the Marquees, which included Marvin Gaye. The new group, billed as Harvey and the Moonglows, had immediate success with ”Ten Commandments of Love” (number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100). Fuqua left the group in 1958.

    The Moonglows reunited temporarily in 1972. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000.

    While on the Chess label, Fuqua also sang duets with Etta James, having hits with ”If I Can’t Have You” (number 6 R&B, number 52 pop, 1960) and ”Spoonful” (number 12 R&B, number 78 pop, 1961).

    Fuqua left the Moonglows when Leonard Chess suggested that he join Anna Records in Detroit.  At Anna Records, Fuqua began working with Anna Gordy, Billy Davis, Lamont Dozier and Johnny Bristol. He also introduced Marvin Gaye to Anna’s brother, Berry Gordy, and married their sister Gwen Gordy. In 1961, he started his own labels, Tri-Phi Records and Harvey Records, whose acts included the Spinners, Junior Walker and Shorty Long.  However, tiring of running a small independent label, Fuqua welcomed the opportunity to work at Motown; he was hired to head the label’s Artist Development department and also worked as a producer for the company.

    Fuqua brought the Spinners and Johnny Bristol to Motown and co-produced several hits for Bristol.  He was also responsible for bringing Tammi Terrell to the label and for suggesting and producing her duets with Marvin Gaye, including ”Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” and ”Your Precious Love”. In 1962, with the Five Quails, Fuqua had a minor hit with ”Been a Long Time”.

    Around 1971, Fuqua left Motown and obtained a production deal with RCA Records, for which he had particular success with the band New Birth. He also discovered the disco pioneer Sylvester and ”Two Tons o’ Fun” (also known as the Weather Girls), producing Sylvester’s hit singles ”Dance (Disco Heat)” and ”You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)” in 1978 and his album Stars in 1979.  He also served as Smokey Robinson’s road manager. In 1982, he reunited with Marvin Gaye to produce the singer’s Midnight Love album, which included the single ”Sexual Healing”. In 2000, he set up his own record company, Resurging Artist Records. He served as a trustee of the Rhythm and Blues Foundation. Fuqua co-wrote one of the most famous disco instrumentals, ”K-Jee”, recorded originally by The Nite-liters, from which New Birth was an offshoot band, and then Philadelphia session musicians MFSB for the movie Saturday Night Fever.

    Fuqua resided in Las Vegas, Nevada, until his death from a heart attack in a hospital in Detroit on July 6, 2010.[8]

    On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Harvey Fuqua among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.

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