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Genres: Folk, Jazz, Soul, Soul Jazz – Format: LP
"What Color Is Love" is a truly wonderful album originally out in 1972. Produced by Charles Stepney (Rotary Connection, Minnie Riperton etc), it features a fully or...
Genres: Folk, Folk Funk, Jazz, Singer Songwriter, Soul – Format: LP
Part of the classic trilogy of Charles Stepney-produced Terry Callier albums on Cadet of which "Occasional Rain" and "What Color is Love" are the other two.
Genres: Afro, Folk, Latin, World – Format: 2 x LP
First-ever compilation of the recordings of Son Palenque, the finest expression of the musical union between Africa and Colombia which took place in Colombia's Cari...
Genres: Afro, Folk, World – Format: 2 x LP
Soul Jazz Records continue their journey into the vast musical world of the Caribbean, digging deep into the cultural African roots of the region.
Genres: Exotica, Folk, Northern Soul, Psychedelia – Format: LP
A compilation of rare Eden Ahbez performed and penned exotica tracks, several never before issued from the late '50s-early '60s! Full annotation, red vinyl - Editio...
Genres: Brazilian, Folk, Folk Funk, Jazz Funk, Latin, Soul Jazz, Vocal Jazz, World – Format: 7 inch
Rio born Joyce Moreno is one of the most famous names in Brazilian music. Her career has spanned more than 20 albums over 40 years and she continues to record and t...
Genres: Folk, Folk Funk, Funk, Funky Jazz, Soul Funk, Soul Jazz, Vocal Jazz – Format: 7 inch
Two quite contrasting sides here, but both do the business just fine. The Peoples 'Glastonbury' is hippy folk funk of the highest order - and if you don't believe m...
Genres: Folk, Folk Funk, Funk, Funk Rock, Psychedelia, Soul, Soul Funk, Soul Jazz – Format: LP
Long Island's AIR only made one album. As solitary statements go, it's exceptional. Divinely elevated by Googie Coppola's beautiful voice, this transcendent masterp...
Genres: Folk, Folk Funk, Funk Rock, Psychedelia, Rock, Soul Funk – Format: LP
“****” – MOJO“One of those rare lost albums that turns out to be a genuine classic” – Joe Tangari, Pitchfork
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