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kip hanrahan what is this dance

What Is This Dance, Anyway?
By Kip Hanrahan
1983/American Clavé
When New York avant-garde makes his the groovy sounds of haitian compas… Desire develops an edge, as written on the record title.

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Big City
By Les McCann Ltd.
1960's / World Pacific Jazz
Dedicated to all of us who live in big towns all over the world… Uplifting live vocal jazz tune, out of the overlooked “New From The Big City” LP.

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mal waldron the quet

Warm Canto
By Mal Waldron
1961/New Jazz
Ron Carter on cello, Eric Dolphy on clarinet, Booker Ervin on sax… Rudy Van Gelder in studio. What else? When jazz sounds like Debussy.

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fela upside down

Upside Down
By Fela Kuti
1976 / Afrodisia
In the mid seventies, the Black President was at the top of afrobeat, backed by the best band he never had. Hurry up!

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Gypsy Man
by Marcia Griffiths
1974 / Trojan Records
An incredible version of this Curtis classic. As usual, the reggae pays tribute to the soul.

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Beautiful Black Women
By The Jihad
1960's / Jihad Productions
Awesome black poetry/spoken word tune by a young Leroi Jones, later known as Amiri Baraka. From the very rare “Black & Beautiful, Soul & Madness” LP at Jihad Records.


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Filet of Soul do your own thing

Filet of Soul – Do your own thing
One of the nicest uptempo Funk party tracks ever.

Dynamic Sound USA 1969

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