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  1. Dini Safarrar

    Dini Safarrar

    Mor Thiam

    Genres: Afro, Afro Funk, Afro Rock, Funk, Funky Jazz, Instrumental, Jazz, Soul Funk, Soul Jazz, Spiritual Jazz, Tropical, WorldFormat: CD

    Originally released in small numbers as a custom pressing in 1973, the compelling 'Dini Safarrar' by Senegalese drummer Mor Thiam has gained cult status around the ...

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    • £7.99
  2. Mashi

    Mashi

    Wailers

    Genres: 60's Garage, Instrumental, Rock n Roll, TittyshakersFormat: 7 inch

    Though the term had yet to be coined back then, The Fabulous Wailers have since been referred to as the first Garage Rock outfit ever. Hailing from Tacoma, Washingt...

  3. Hunk Of Heaven

    Hunk Of Heaven

    Various Artists

    Genres: Funk, Funky Jazz, Jazz Funk, Latin, Mod, Soul, Soul Funk, Soul Jazz, Vocal JazzFormat: CD

    Volume four of the collectable jazzman sevens series, featuring the finest modal soundtracks, soulful boogie, killer deep funk, primitive library electronics, stone...

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  4. Egyptian Shumba / Egyptian Shumba (alt)

    Egyptian Shumba / Egyptian Shumba (alt)

    The Tammys

    Genres: 60's Garage, Jukebox RnB, PopFormat: 7 inch

    With their insane party rocker 'Egyptian Shumba', laden with wild shrieks and minor key garage groove, The Tammy's were not just another '60s girl group!

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  5. Plop Plop Boom / Jungle Fantasy

    Plop Plop Boom / Jungle Fantasy

    Sam Most

    Genres: Funky Jazz, Instrumental, Jazz, Latin, Latin Jazz, Mod, Soul Funk, Soul JazzFormat: 7 inch

    Dunno what the title is all about but it’s what’s in the grooves that counts! This here is both sides of a 45 originally released in 1970 on Bell Record...

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  6. Spider Web / Simmerin

    Spider Web / Simmerin

    Weston Prim & Backlash

    Genres: Funk, Funky Jazz, Instrumental, Soul FunkFormat: 7 inch

    In north Florida in the early '70s, two of the most enduring show bands were Weston Prim and Blacklash and Lavell Kamma's mighty 100 Hour Counts outfit. Constantly ...

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