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The rhythm and blues issue: Barry White, Gil Scott-Heron, D’Angelo, Bilal, Kings Go Forth and co.

Cee Lo, Action Bronson, Ron Isley, Thom Bell, Millie Jackson, Kool G Rap, Freda Payne, Brian Jackson…

Mingering Mike, Eddie Fisher, Randy Muller, Scientist, Antibalas…
A few back issues available again briefly.

Wonderful photo essays (early hiphop, reggae, Brazilians, New Orleans); Miles’ funk sidekicks interviewed, Max Roach, Beasties…

Shuggie Otis, MF Doom, Grant Green, Patrick Adams, Slick Rick, Os Mutantes…

The Superfly issue! A 1996 Curtis interview, with contributions from Phil Upchurch and Johnny Pate; behind-the-scenes with Spike Lee; cartoonist Robert Bakshi; and Pimp author Iceberg Slim.

Fela, Tony Allen, Baobab, the Rail Band, Poly Rhythmo, Pax Nicholas…

Kafka’s story Josephine The Singer as an A1 poster, folded down to A5… to herald a new magazine about politics and music (from Detroit techno to free jazz). So far so good.

Janelle Monae, Jody Watley, Souls Of Mischief, Todd Rundgren, the story of the Soul Train dancers…

The Philly Issue, with Vince Montana, Gamble and Huff, Teddy Pendergrass, The Stylistics, First Choice, and others, including Jneiro Jarel, the Pop Art label, Questlove and Odean Pope.

The Jazz issue, with features on Horace Tapscott’s great rambling project in Watts and Creed Taylor’s radical, spectacular, flash-harry CTI.

Flying Lotus, Dam-Funk, Sade, Betty Wright, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Thundercat, Gary Bartz, Cody Chesnutt…

Madlib, Afrika Bambaataa, John Morales, Cultural Roots, Little Dragon, Kool Herc…

With an eight-page special by Byron Coley on Michael Hurley, including rare photos and artwork, and a piece about the sixties trajectory of John Coltrane, amongst other lovely stuff.

‘The best (and worst) music too good for major labels… a hilarious, obsessively passionate collection of vanity and insanity from the depths of human creativity’ (John Zorn). 512-page hard-back; shipping included.

Women’s t-shirt with silk-screened ‘Hornhead Man’ design.

Print of the front cover artwork, 42 by 42cms.