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Jive Samba
By Llans Thelwell And The Celestials
1960's / Soul-Dub Store Records
One of the best version of the Adderley classic. From the rare “Llans Plays It All” LP recently reissued by Dub Store Japan.

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Fat City Strut
By Mandrill
1973 / Polydor
Probably their best tune, ultimate rare groove classic, still sounds fresh fourty years later.

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Cashing In
By The Voices Of East Harlem
1973 / Just Sunshine Records
Gospel funk at his best, produced by Leroy Hutson, a perfect summer anthem!

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Assez fait cancan
By Guy Konket
1960's / Disques Debs
The Guadeloupian singer takes it as high as the biggest blues screamer, the spirit of the ka drum mixed with some latin spices.

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okay-temiz-denizalt ruzgarlar

Denizalti Rüzgarlari
By Okay Temiz
1975 / Yonca
This 7” by the turkish drummer is an emblematic Istanbul soundtrack after may 1968 : between psyche funk and anatolian rock… The Bosphorus bridges.

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dahiell Hedayat obsolete

Long Song for Zelda
By Dashiell Hedayat
1971 / Shandar
With Bill Burroughs as guest vocalist, this long song by the french poet sums up the creativity of those years. Never obsolete.


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Master Bob Akwaboa na mennim

Na Mennim
By Master Bob Akwaboa
Ghana dig Highlife ballad sent from heaven. From the nicest LP in the genre IMO.

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