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Steel pan version of the Ripple rare groove anthem, from the Cavaliers’ 1975 LP Heat (also featuring 90 Percent Of Me Is You, and so on). Flip is an edit of heavy Turkish funk-rock, from the same year.

The dastardly Sukebe, back from pornotopia with a model-actress-singer on each arm. Grooving, late-70s disco, with giddy strings and orgasmic syndrums; a PG Mercer and Arlen, early-80s style and fashion.

Great New Orleans funk, a Wardell Quezergue.

Tasty disco, with ace synth bass, EB from Unity its magic ingredient, and those recent Voodoo Funk twelves and the Coach House Rhythm Section in its DNA.

Three of the Trini’s greatest: the extended Special Disco Version of Stay The Night; Frankie Knuckles’ Nights (Feel Like Getting Down); the 12-inch version of Are You Ready, disco monster and Studio 54 terror.

The Blackbyrd’s rare groove classic.

Tripping, B-boy variations in two-step soul, with a tasty case of the gospel tremors. Vivid, layered, spaced-out — the aural equivalent of 3D glasses — and stuffed with fresh ideas.

Invoking The Delfonics’ Do You Remember, and flipping its melody the other way around. Recorded at the Damon Studios in Kansas City (owned by Victor Damon, inventor of the spring reverb).

Black Power sarcasm, never out of time.
So tight, Chic.