1980 Chicago boogie-soul, recorded at Brunswick, originally out on Mundo; with the previously-unreleased demo version on the flip.
Sweet, sassy, mid-70s soul, recorded in Minneapolis, produced in Chicago.
Doug Shorts’ silky vocals meet break-heavy, horn-laden funk.
George Bowman’s blues-funk from late-sixties Arizona, crossing Hendrix and James Brown, with Dyke And The Blazers drummer Rodney Brown passing the peas in fine style.
The Brasil 77 cover of Stevie Wonder — with Mozambique on the flip.
Scrumptious synth-funk revivalism fresh from California, via PPU.
More Bounce, Dr Funkenstein, G-Funk, Morris Day… always down for the up stroke.
Old-school soul from the Blackalicious camp.