Discogs contributor since 2002.

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Selling List:
-> Italo 12''s *sale*
-> Disco 12''s *sale*
-> House 12''s *sale*
-> Soul 12''s & LP's *sale*
-> Funk 12''s & LP's *sale*
-> Synth-pop 12''s *sale*






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Only concrete offers incl. P&P to Belgium please.
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Recent Activity
posted a review of Marco Bailey - Faint Hope. 12 months ago
If you got here, you discovered one of my favorite hidden gems after 20 years of diggin'. 'Faint Hope' is much like Frank Wilson's Northern Soul classic 'Do I love you'. Literally everybody who I play this song to is dancing on it. From the garbage men ... See full review
posted a comment on Banzai (10) - Hora Nata. about 1 year ago
Banzai were the very first group on a 1 day musical event in 1974 what later became Rock Werchter. They only released one album because their record company went bankrupt.
posted a review of Lou Reed - Berlin. about 1 year ago
For records like these the word 'Masterpiece' was invented. If you haven't heard it yet, praise yourself lucky and do yourself a favor: do not listen to the tracks separately but listen to the whole album with a good glass of red wine on a pair of good ... See full review
submitted Soulwax - Belgica (Original Soundtrack). over 2 years ago
posted a review of The Whispers - Planets Of Life. over 5 years ago
"Planets Of Life" was edited by 6th Borough Project. Expect one of the best funk songs you'll ever hear in your life. It reminds me of the best live moments of Prince.
posted a comment on Hard Ton (2) - Not Again E.P.. over 6 years ago
The title track "Not Again" is a glorious combination of fully primed drum machine funk, rich analogue bass, raved up keyboard stabs, deviating acid lines and of course Hard Ton's singularly unique holler. The ever dependable Snuff Crew are a perfect ... See full review
posted a comment on Ganzo - Bandana. over 7 years ago
Rare and obscure 12" that explores the frontiers between cosmic, late italo and proto-house.
posted a review of Prince - Small Club, 2nd Show That Night. over 8 years ago
The Rolls Royce of all Prince bootlegs, because it was recorded by the sound engineer (who got fired), whilst all other bootlegs of aftershows and secret shows are audience recordings. Despite the amazing guitar play, vibe and excellent sound quality, ... See full review
posted a review of Zena Dejonay - I've Got To Find A Way. over 9 years ago
There's not much info out there about this artist or this track and it seems to be the only thing she ever did. Anyhow, her semi-kinda-half-assed vocals are pretty cool and the producer did some really nice vocal work in post-production. Nu disco fans ... See full review
posted a review of Rubber Room - Taliban Discotheque. over 9 years ago
"Taliban Discotheque" is a rerub of the impossible to find "El Fen", which is the B-side of "Yemma", a 12" from 1976, both sung by the deceased Kabyle folk singer Aït Meslayene who was forced by his manager to make a disco record. This is a complete ... See full review
posted a review of A. Mislayene* - Yémma / El Fen. over 10 years ago
Ammi Mislayenne was a Kabyle traditional singer who moved to Paris to try his luck. He was driven by an Algerian manager who pushed him to make a "disco" album, a new trend at that time!

The bassist (from who I got this email from) was called one day ... See full review
posted a review of Sharon Ridley - Changes. over 11 years ago
Probably one of the best soul tunes ever written... Wonderful soulful mid-pacer with Ms Ridley's staggering vocal ability shown off to perfection. This is one of those tracks that just gets better and better as it progresses, sucking you in completely. A ... See full review
posted a review of Suzy Andrews - Suzy Andrews. over 11 years ago
Great cover LP on which NDW-classics get a more electro-touched rework. Andrews' versions are cooler and more restrained, but classy and more suitable for dancefloor use.
posted a review of Four Below Zero - My Baby's Got E.S.P.. over 12 years ago
A Patrick Adams signed, philly-styled uplifting northern soul disco rarity with Four Top-esque harmonious vocals and the intricate string figures that were to become Patrick's trademark.
posted a review of Ozo - Anambra. over 12 years ago
Hypnotizing, classic slow (80-90 BPM) and moody african-chant style recording that was David Mancuso's closing favourite and massive with DJ Sasha at the heart of his anthemic early 90's DJ sets!
posted a review of Tina Turner - I Can't Stand The Rain b/w Let's Pretend We're Married. over 12 years ago
Originally performed by one of the song's co-writers, Ann Peebles, Tina Turner gives this soul classic a slow, vibrant and cosmic feeling. Nice sunset stuff.
posted a review of Bobby Patterson - Groove Me. over 12 years ago
Bobby Patterson appears on numerous 60's and 70's 45ers, but this is the only 12" he ever released under his own name.

"Groove Me" is a fat funk stomper. Imagine an obscure funk band playing in a New Orleans cellar, stirred up by the shouting, dancing ... See full review
posted a review of Bobby Caldwell - What You Won't Do For Love / Down For The 3rd. Time. over 12 years ago
A beautiful and timeless soul classic, fits perfect every hip hop or after hour set.
posted a review of Plastic Bertrand - Tout Petit La Planète. over 12 years ago
A song to dance on with moonboots, leg warmers and headphones on. French vocodered italo with extraterrestial lyrics doesn't get any better than this!
posted a review of Gloria Jones - My Bad Boy's Comin' Home / Tainted Love. over 12 years ago
This is definitely one of the finest northern soul stompers in music history, and a killer vocal performance by Gloria Jones. Forget Soft Cell, thé version was recorded twenty years earlier. 6/5 rated record!
posted a review of Rolling Stones* - Ultra Rare 12" Mixes. over 12 years ago
"Too Much Blood" right is destabalising, rich, rock, electro, disco, it has heavy basslines, weird vocals, voodoo rhythms everything a dj needs to let explode the place. Wonderf******ful!!
posted a review of Landlord (2) Featuring Dex Danclair - I Like It. over 12 years ago
I don't know who came first, this blokes or Inner City. But their piano riffs are very similar. This classic can without a doubt be compared with 'Good Life', with that difference that you rarely hear this record on an evening out. This is one of that ... See full review
posted a review of Frank Wilson - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) / Sweeter As The Days Go By. over 12 years ago
The Holy Grail of Northern Soul was recorded back in 1965 on Motown. The story goes that after recording it Berry Gordy, the founder of Motown, ordered Frank to concentrate on writing rather than singing. The record never saw the light of day, because ... See full review
posted a review of Frank Wilson - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do). over 12 years ago
This record was recorded back in 1965 on Motown. The story goes that after recording it Berry Gordy, the founder of Motown, ordered Frank to concentrate on writing rather than singing. The record never saw the light of day, because Gordy commanded to ... See full review
posted a review of Josma - Voices In Los Angeles (Remix). over 12 years ago
A record I searched for almost a year. Great latin house and an infecteous guitar over a great live ambiance. The girls love this!
posted a review of AC/DC - Live. over 12 years ago
Quintessential live CD. If you want to buy just óne AC/DC record, then let it be this monster. Pure energy from the first till the last second, no weaktime, only peaktime.
The songs are all, without any exception, far better then on their studio ... See full review
posted a review of Ramp (3) - Come Into Knowledge. over 12 years ago
One of those massively popular LP's for soul & raregroove lovers, produced by Roy Ayers, with at least four huge tracks including their great version of 'Sunshine'. 'Daylight' was also sampled by TCQ on 'Bonita Applebum'.
posted a review of The Cage Featuring Nona Hendryx - Do What Ya Wanna Do. over 13 years ago
John Luongo did a hell of a remix job here. Compared to the original, this is even rawer, funkier and deeper. Especially the bridge is pure electro/disco madness. If you liked T-Connections' original, you certainly gonna like this one!
posted a review of Amplified Orchestra - The Jungle. over 13 years ago
Just bought this record, and honestly, I never heard the song before and asked the owner of the shop if this was a repress. It was surprising to me this came out in 2004. It sounds like an old electrodisco classic; think of Morgan Geists 'Unclassics' ... See full review
posted a review of Thomas Krome - The Real Jazz. over 13 years ago
This goes deep. Thomas must have had Exodus' 'Together Forever' in mind whilst making this record. This record builds up and goes down for nearly eight minutes. With a Moodymannish warm sound, real disco percussion and some wobbling late seventies New ... See full review
posted a review of Ron Hardy - Sensation. over 13 years ago
This is such a heavy, breathtaking track you can only play it at 8 'o clock in the morning, when everybody is fucked up. The killer bassline comes over you like a rolling thunder, with a strong, female voice almost shouting over it. Madness...
posted a review of The Deep - Dom Dom 05 (The Frankie Feliciano Mixes). over 13 years ago
A humungously successful deep house track that first appeared on Basenotic back in 1997, featuring a bottom heavy vocal which is dropped over chugging tribal beats and really can be regarded as an all time classic.

Now DJ Deep decided to ressucitate ... See full review
posted a review of The Chaplin Band / Shinehead - Il Veliero / Billy Jean / Who The Cap Fit. over 13 years ago
The sound quality of the A side of this very fine white label is fine, but the sound quality of the two Shinehead songs is just horrible. If you're really after it, try to grab another copy.
posted a review of Lou Reed - Berlin. over 13 years ago
Transformer and "Walk on the Wild Side" were both major hits in 1972, to the surprise of both Lou Reed and the music industry, and with Reed suddenly a hot commodity, he used his newly won clout to make the most ambitious album of his career, Berlin. ... See full review
posted a review of Marvin Gaye - Greatest Hits Live in 1976. over 13 years ago
In 1976 Marvin Gayes marriage was about to collapse. He was also just about to be imprisoned because of non-paid child-support to his wife Anna. Reputedly Motown bailed Marvin out and he was suggested to leave US for a some time. Promoter Jeffrey ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Happy Days Vol. 2 - Original Disco Joints Remastered. over 13 years ago
Cool records. Locksmith's 'Far Beyond' contains the bassline Basement Jaxx' whole 'Red Alert' is based on, whilst 'Sliced Tomatoes' is the song Fatboy Slim integrately ripped for his smash hit 'The Rockafella Skank'.
posted a review of The Beatles - Introducing... The Beatles. over 13 years ago
Ignoring the British success of the Fab Four, EMI's U.S. partner, Capitol, declined to issue the first few Beatles singles, which were instead picked up by the Chicago-based indie label Vee Jay Records. Vee Jay packaged the early singles as 'Introducing ... See full review
posted a review of Marvin Gaye - What's Going On. over 13 years ago
This is without a doubt the greatest Soul and R&B album in music history, a must-have masterpiece that should be in every record collection. Yes "Sgt. Pepper" was influential, but "What's Going On" was a different kind of influence. Not to open your ... See full review
posted a review of Exodus (2) - Together Forever. over 13 years ago
This record was a true NY underground classic back in 1982, but got world-wide recognized fifteen years later when <a href="http://www.discogs.com/artist/Eddie+Amador">Eddie Amador</a> used the whole base of this song for his smash hit <a ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Alles Prima! NDW. over 13 years ago
NDW is the abbrevation of 'Neue Deutsche Welle' (New German Wave), an appellation which marks the first half of the 80's, a period in which German punk & new wave knew a sudden world-wide succes. This cd gives an excellent overview of this period.
posted a review of Various - NDW. over 13 years ago
NDW is the abbrevation of 'Neue Deutsche Welle' (New German Wave), an appellation which marks the first half of the 80's, a period in which German punk & new wave knew a sudden world-wide succes. This cd gives an excellent overview of this period.
posted a review of Cappuccino (2) - Cappuccino. over 13 years ago
First song on the B-side ('Tomorrow') is an extremely beautiful deepdisco workout and still very actual.. Catchy & sexy, this one song is word searching for this record, besides 'Hell Dance With Me'.
posted a review of Lindstrøm - There's A Drink In My Bedroom And I Need A Hot Lady EP. over 13 years ago
Sophisticated and very beautiful release; the first part of 'There's A Drink..' starts very easy and seems a little bit too long, but the second part is a vortex of bleeping electronic sounds, Moroderesque basslines running over and against each other, ... See full review
posted a review of Skatt Bros. - Walk The Night. over 13 years ago
"Walk the Night" was a particular anthem of late '70s gay male S/M. The Skatt Brothers were similar to the Village People, but with lyrics that were darker and more explicit, for example: "He's got a rod beneath his coat/gonna ram right down your ... See full review
posted a review of Thee Jamie Starr Scenario. over 14 years ago
The name 'Thee Jamie Starr Scenario' stands for Felix Da Housecat, and is a tribute to his idol, Prince, who recorded some records under the name 'Jamie Starr'.
posted a review of Strafe - Set It Off. over 14 years ago
It was a New York disco-era deejay, Walter Gibbons, who pioneered many of the techniques of disco mixing that would become the lifeblood of house deejays-turned-producers in the `80's.
After years out of the spotlight, Gibbons resurfaced in 1984 with a ... See full review
posted a review of The Flirts - Passion. over 14 years ago
Felix Da Housecat 'used' this bassline and guitarriff for his release "Silver Screen, Shower Scene".