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You’re Losing Me
By Ann Sexton
1973/Seventy Seven
Female soul classic, as good as it gets!

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Brylho se vooce for a Salvador

Se Voce For A Salvador
By Brylho
The classiest Brazilian Boogie tune ever? Such a unique groove that has it all. With young Claudio Zoli.

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cecil taylor

Shifting Down
By Cecil Taylor
1959/United Artists
Strongly influenced by Monk but with a unique touch and together with a young John Coltrane, Cecil Taylor’s vision of bop was already announcing his later free adventures... A true virtuoso has left us!

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Patricia Majalisa marula

By Patricia Majalisa
Ace bubblegum from 1988, hard LP.

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By Jay Chadwick
1974/Jay Records
Lovely modal jazz tune at rare US college LP... Wonderful artwork cover too!

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Bibi Mascel special lady

Special Lady
By Bibi Mascel
Nigerian Boogie on top. With Nkono Telles and Willy Roy.


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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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