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Ariel Pink, Dam Funk Baby
Their version of the Donnie And Joe Emerson, backed with the original, on blue vinyl.



Charles 'Packy' Axton Late Late Party, 1965-67
Rare, rocking, raw sixties soul from this founding member of the Mar-Keys, son of Stax co-owner Estelle Axton, and Memphis rudeboy. With Steve Cropper, Donald Duck Dunn, Booker T.



Pastor T.L. Barrett Like A Ship... (Without A Sail)
Gospel soul classic from 1971, with Gene Barge, Phil Upchurch and Richard Evans, besides the rapturous Youth For Christ Choir. Good enough for Donny Hathaway, good enough for me.



Jane Birkin Di Doo Dah
With inimitable arrangements and orchestral direction by Jean-Claude Vannier, scandalous songs by Gainsbourg; the lyrics transcribed and translated into English, and some nice new photos in the booklet.



Jane Birkin, Serge Gainsbourg Jane Birkin, Serge Gainsbourg
From 1969, with Je T'Aime, beautifully re-presented by LITA, with a Jane Birkin interview, lyric translations and saucy snaps. The CD has an extra; and the 180g vinyl comes with a seven, and a David Lasky comic.



Lou Bond Lou Bond
His 1974 album for the Stax subsidiary We Produce, with fine singing and songwriting together, a lot of it protest, including his twelve-minute opus To The Establishment, sampled by Mary J and Outkast.



Michael Chapman Fully Qualified Survivor
British folk, stoner-rock classic from 1970 Peel's favourite record of that year with Mick Ronson on lead. Beautifully played, off its head: the same neck of the woods as John Martyn, Bert Jansch, Roy Harper.



Michael Chapman Rainmaker
His album debut for Harvest in 1969 psychedelic-guitar-folk crossing Bert Jansch, John Martyn and Roy Harper, from a 2012 point of view expertly reissued.






Karen Dalton In My Own Time
'My favourite singer in the place was Karen Dalton. Karen had a voice like Billie Holiday's and played the guitar like Jimmy Reed' (Bob Dylan); 'Without a doubt, she is my favourite singer' (Devendra Banhart).



Betty Davis Betty Davis
Her stupendous masterwork the last word in raunchy hard funk, with Anti Love Song, of course, and three decent bonus tracks. Props to Sly Stone's drummer Greg Errico, and Larry Graham. BD, so baaaad.




Betty Davis Is It Love Or Desire?
The fourth album, recorded in Louisiana in 1976, but shelved, never issued in any form till this beautiful LIA presentation. Sundazed vinyl.



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