The crown jewel of Koliphone Records, Grazia’s debut album is by far one of the most intriguing pieces of music to ever be recorded in Israel. Jaffa in the late sixties and early seventies had an exciting and exotic sound to offer, where folk musicians performed live at its taverns seven nights a week. It was far from the mainstream hit-parade of swinging Tel-Aviv but close enough geographically to attract listeners from across the Tel-Aviv-Jaffa metropolis.
Beautiful and heartfelt cover of the soul classic. High quality Japanese reissue of a Glen Brown soul reggae tune, with a bad horns instrumental by Tommy McCook on the flip.
Private Function is a Modern Funk compilation presented by Voltaire Records, featuring artists from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland and Miami. Weaving through elements of Boogie, Funk, Modern Soul, and G-Funk, Private Function heralds a new breed of talented producers re-inventing and amplifying this relished sound.
New release from London-based funkateers Fresh Up Records, a label specializing in brand-new, old-sounding synth funk, Moog disco and library sounds.
The 2nd release on PPU’s Test Pressing series. Limited Edition 1995 Uku Kuut recordings from his years living in Santa Monica. This is feel good cali funk as only Uku Kuut can do it.