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The Charles Austin Group - reminiscing the future
The most outstanding find from a recent 45 lot purchased from an old store owner. Possibly the only 45 known so far by the Free Jazz saxophonist, nice Spiritual touch. Ultra rare by the looks...


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Rax-Saba-Tha Inc. - Do It The Western Hustle
Here’s one we had been looking for for a long time, Nigerian Psych Funk of the highest caliber. There’s a bit of Monomono on this album. Awoko Nigeria 1977


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Optimistics - let's love
Our favorite pull from a recent Soul and Blues collection purchased locally. Bought and sold this once before and regretted it. Stunned to finally have it back. New Jersey Soul power produced by the might...


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The Phil Musra Group - creator spaces
The pinnacle of Free/Spiritual Jazz with a level of musicianship that is just out of this world. We listened to this loud at the store while sorting some records and felt this through our bones....


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Brother Humphrey & His Toro Sound - freedom dance
Tough stick of funky dynamite from Lagos by saxophonist Brother Humphrey, killer horns on this one and a massive album that we had never seen before. Toro Records Nigeria 1980


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Barbara Lynn – your’re losing me
One of the voices of Soul music. Hard to beat.

Atlantic USA 1968

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