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Month: September 2011

Blue Brazil

As part of their ‘Blue’ series, Blue Note serves up a tasty treat of not one, not two, but three platters of tunes across various genres of Brazilian music. An excellent collection for both novices and enthusiasts alike. Get ’em all. Various Artists – Blue Brazil Vol.1; Blue Note, 1994 Various Artists – Blue Brazil…

Brooklyn vs. Kingston

Chris Macro brings it once again in the third volume of Macro Dubplates with nine choice cuts to delight your ears. Yeah yeah! Chris Macro – Presents Brooklyn vs. Kingston; Macro Dubplates, 2011 In case you’ve been sleepin’ and missed the first two volumes, here is your chance to catch up on two killer sets…

Brothers Unlimited – Who’s for the Young

This ultra-rare slab o’ wax was recorded by a 14-strong collective of professional musicians from Muscle Shoals, AL and Memphis, TN. A smoldering collection of Psych-tinged Soul and Funk that first appeared in 1970. The wax features strong melodies, tight rhythms, fuzzy guitars and superb organ work. Funky, hard-driving, up-tempo, down-home, nitty-gritty solid Soul! Brothers…

Stefano Torossi – Feelings

This set of Library vibes contains some absolutely outstanding spy/crime-inspired, groovy Funk and Jazz laced with lush string arrangements, smooth horn lines and moody atmospherics. The album has been issued on a variety of labels including Convoy in the UK, Constanza in Brazil (artwork on the right) and Carosello in Italy (artwork on the left)…