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Odoo Be Ba
By Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band
2015/Strut Records
A figure of highlife music, this ghanaian singer's career spans more than 50 years, nevertheless his very own « afro funk » still sounds fresh. Like all his old pals (Tony Allen, Ebo Taylor, Osei Tutu…) he's having a new career on this much-anticipated new Strut release.

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Sky Saw
By Brian Eno
1975/Islands Records
The opening track sums up perfectly the aesthetic of this cult record: a deep dig in experimental rock, with John Cale on viola.

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By Roy Haynes Quartet
Essential hard bop masterpiece, with Roland Kirk blowing, pure bliss!

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Combo del Caney

La Pata Remenda
By Combo Del Caney
Lovely soft Colombian descarga with jazzy sax solos... Simply beautiful!

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Ain’t Nobody Home Howard Tate

Ain’t Nobody Home
By Howard Tate
Another gem of this great soul father, his second single of the LP jumped to the top of the US charts.

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Think About The One
By Pharoah Sanders
1980/Theresa Records
Underrated by the jazz critics! So what? This double LP contains such gems, like this one, a trippy gospel jazz funk.


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By Michel Colombier & Serge Gainsbourg
2018 (1968)/Wewantsounds (Philips)
First version of this rare tune out of the famous Le Pacha soundtrack, originally only on 7” and released for the first time on complete LP for this Record Store Day…

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