Dig of the week

Les Loups Noirs: A New York
‘Pile ou face’, the ultimate haitian Psych track, totally unique sound, in this LP bought during money time at a flea market find north of France…

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Paulinho De Carvalho
Fresh from yesterday small trade with one of our regular customer came this obscure portuguese rare groove LP! This LP of Paulinho De Carvalho (on Orfeu label) has the funky ‘Pregoes De Um Vendedor’ but...

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Stefan Grossman: Those Pleasant Days
One of the nicest thing when you run a record shop is to receive a phone call from someone who wants to sell his collection! Last week, I manage to put my hands on a...

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Dig of the week

Stelio Kazantzidis
Recommended by Adamantios Kafetzis (the man behind Teranga Beat Records !), my friend Thanasis Moustsopoulos found for me a copy in Athens. Kazantzidis is accompanied on this title (‘Efige Efige’) by Stefanos “Farfisa King” Vassiliadis...

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Dig of the week

Le Square de Gaspard
Only our second copy ever, this very short jazz tune by French genius Jef Gilson comes from a rare kiddie LP recorded in 1974 for french private label, Promophone.

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Pascal Wathelet: Yxos
Spring is “brocante time” in Paris and around! One of the true digger’s around brought us this belgian minimal synth rarity (Pascal Wathelet late seventies) he found a few weeks ago… Dope dark and spacey...

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Track of the Day


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Coffee Cold
By Galt McDermot And His Mid Manhattan Rhythm Section
1966/Kilmarnock
Mainly known as the ‘Hair’ musical composer, Galt McDermot had a cult status amongst record diggers! Once you heard this tune you’ll understand why!


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