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posted a comment on King Of Nothing* - Messin / Stop (Rock The House). about 1 month ago
KON delivers the goods, with a pair of boogiefied cuts that will have you lovingly fondling your own buttcheeks as you pivot and twerk across the living room, clad in your tightest, whitest, stretch-nylon hotpants!!
posted a comment on DJ Goce - Dusty PCP / Prosciutto Smile. about 1 month ago
A pair of fine funk remixes, that had my best friend Babish Patel panting as he pranced around his bedroom at full speed, intoxicated with unbridled, semi-orgasmic glee. To be recommended!!
posted a comment on The Traffic - Beat It. about 1 month ago
A very pleasant, and upbeat, horn-heavy cover of “Beat It” (originally by Michael Jackson). And on the other side, you will find “Thriller” (also originally by Michael Jackson, in case you didn’t know). I think the King of Pop would give his blessing... See full review
posted a comment on Rotary Connection / Stevie Wonder - Black Gold Of The Sun / Pastime Paradise. about 1 month ago
A very nice re-edit, of possibly the best song, from The Rotary Connection. So well done, Daniel Krivit you have done us proud, and deserve a good treat, like a nice bowl of chocolate ice cream with an extra scoop and a wafer!!
posted a comment on Jim Sharp (3), DJ Goce - Feelin' Good / Old Digger. about 1 month ago
When you are listening to these two sides of Hip hop funk from DJ JIMOTHY SHARP, you will likely find yourself “feelin’ good”, especially if you have drunken some of your mam’s sherry and are dancing freely with your best friend, Babish Patel!!
posted a comment on Soul Supreme (4) - Let's Ride / Runnin'. about 1 month ago
Soul Supreme, has done it again, with two Dilla covers that are just so perfect to listen to whilst imbibing a small paper tube full of finely ground, jazzy cabbage!!
posted a comment on Ann Peebles - This Is Ann Peebles. about 1 month ago
Such a high quality, and good pressing of this seminal soul funk album from the Fat Possum record label. Something that I have always wondered about though, is the story behind the picture used on the front cover. My theory is that just as the photo... See full review
posted a comment on The Equals - Michael And His Slipper Tree. about 1 month ago
My mam, like me, loves this catchy song from Eddy Grant and his Equals. In fact, she has often declared that she would love to grow a slipper tree in our back garden. However, when I tried to help to facilitate this by planting one of her cozy,... See full review
posted a comment on Baddiel* & Skinner* & Lightning Seeds - Three Lions. 2 months ago
A fine pressing from Epic that my mam’s hunky toyboy (Gavin) says, is his number one record, of all time. I have noticed this to be true, as he listens to it at every given opportunity, from when he is watching England play, to when he is on the sofa... See full review
posted a comment on The Who - Face Dances. 2 months ago
This very sexy Who disc set, which was a special release for Record Store Day, is here to delight the most ardent Who fanatics with its superlative sound, fantastic tunes, and of course, such wonderful packaging. I know I will be personally poring... See full review
posted a comment on Nick Bike - Resense 055. 3 months ago
Nick Bike, has done it again - with a triumphant James Brown edit that will have you twisting and twirling like the Godfather of Soul, himself. Just please, be careful not to split your frenulum, like I did whilst dancing!!
posted a comment on Smoove - Resense 054. 3 months ago
A crucial edit, of one of the very best latin tracks of all time. My mam was powerless to resist its boogaloo charms, and ended up shaking her big decorative maracas in such a way that I had never seen before!!
posted a comment on Hober Mallow / Jim Sharp (3) - Resense 053. 3 months ago
Two slabs of red hot FONK, that will have you sashaying around the living room so enthusiastically, that is until your mam comes home from her church, and you are forced to frantically pump your boogie brakes!!
posted a comment on Moby - Reprise. 3 months ago
My mam, who ranks Moby's "Play" lp amongst her top ten albums of all times, really cannot get into this album. And in fact, as she is repeatedly saying to me, the grey vinyl is emblematic of the contents of the album - that is, the music is quite... See full review
posted a review of Various - Soul Slabs Vol. 3. 3 months ago
This is just one more essential release, from the label "Colemine". Containing delights from the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio, the Harlem Gospel Travellers, and Ben Pirani (amongst a plethora of others) this double lp set contains enough swinging funk and... See full review
posted a comment on Al Green - Give Me More Love: The Orchestral Greatest Hits. 3 months ago
These lovely, easier listening versions, of Alan Green's best "hits" are just so right and perfect for my mam, who likes to put this record on, when she is needing to clam down, after another big argument with the lady next door, whom she hates so much!!
posted a comment on Soopasoul - Soopastole Edits Vol 25. 5 months ago
Another classic, sureshot, from the mysterious artist known as "Soopasoul". This is a man, who can even make my mam prance and boogie (although, I do have to only ever play her the "instrumental" sides of his rap edits, as often there is profanity and... See full review
posted a comment on Black Market Brass - Chemical Plant Zone / Sagat Theme. 5 months ago
This is a MOLTEN HOT slab of pulsating FONK on wax, that will have any self-respecting FUNKATEER, prancing as though they have accidentally sat on Sonic the Hedgehog, and now are frantically trying to extract a number of razor sharp needles, from... See full review
posted a comment on Chaka Khan - Epiphany: The Best Of Chaka Khan. 7 months ago
As a massive fan of Chaka, my mam was so disappointed with this newest pressing. For she is not able to believe that Warner/Rhino Records could not expand the tracklisting, so as to include a selection of Chaka's newer smashes, such as the wonderful... See full review
posted a comment on Gerald Mitchell - The Metamorphosis Of Twookie Wonder Brown. 7 months ago
These two nuggets of intense, P-FUNK goodness will have you boogieing with so much gusto, that you will be completely tuckered out by the time the needle reaches the end of side two. You might even need to, sit down and have three or four puffs on... See full review
posted a comment on Virginia Astley - From Gardens Where We Feel Secure. 7 months ago
I remember finding a copy of this in a charity shop, for just two pounds. It is such a lovely and calming album, to listen to when you are cutting your toenails!!
posted a comment on Alchemist - Carry The Fire. 7 months ago
Just such wickedly immense and atmospheric beats, from the ever-dependable Alchemist. My only slight gripe, is that it is so short. I find that me and my lovely girlfriend will just be getting into a rhythm, when the music ends. Then I have to... See full review
posted a comment on Bill Callahan & Bonnie Prince Billy* / Johnnie Frierson - Miracles. 7 months ago
There is a reason why that this 45 is so in demand - and this is, because it is a funk-laden mega stonker of the most devastatingly epic proportions!! Plus it also has such a bright and colourful front cover, that never fails to cheer me up whenever I... See full review
posted a comment on Saucy Lady - Delirious. 7 months ago
These huge, FUNK beats, are just so good that you will boogie and prance frantically, as though you have an XXL jalapeno chili-pepper coated PVC rubber buttplug inserted deeply in your rectum!!
posted a comment on The Patchouli Brothers / Dino Soccio - You've Got The Power / She's A Dancer. 7 months ago
When you are hearing these two, perky and upbeat FUNK editings, it is without a doubt sure that you will begin to yearn for the day that you can pull on your tightest hot pants once again, and join the heaving and sweaty throng of your local... See full review
posted a comment on Lady Gaga - Born This Way. 7 months ago
A fine reissue, of this seminal album. I can imagine, that all of the "little monsters" will be so pleased, to add this to their collections. Plus, it has a picture of Lady Gaga as a motorbike and I am sure that many, like me, will enjoy entertaining... See full review
posted a comment on David Bowie - Liveandwell.com. 7 months ago
My mam's copy has now, finally been delivered. I can report, that it is a very special addition to her extensive David Bowie collection. The only complaint that she has with it, is that on the packaging and disc labels, David Bowie's initials are... See full review
posted a comment on Metallica - Hardwired...To Self-Destruct. 7 months ago
A true return to form, by the world's finest metal band - Metallica. The drumming (by Lars Ulrich) on the titular track, is worth the price of the record alone. In fact, it had me headbanging at such a forceful and frantic pace, that I had to be taken... See full review
posted a review of David Bowie & Morrissey - Cosmic Dancer. 7 months ago
I have to agree with ELMOFUDGE, that this should never have seen the light of day. As not only does it sound completely appalling, it is also known that the thin white duke was no fan, of portly white supremacists, like Morrissey!!
posted a comment on Beach House - Depression Cherry . 7 months ago
A superlative pressing, that is most definitely worth the price you will pay. But please be advised, that you should keep the jacket away from your mam's nice cream carpets. This is because it sheds tiny particles of red velvet, and when your mam sees... See full review
posted a review of Suede - Royal Albert Hall. 24 March 2010. 7 months ago
A lovely package, that is containing some of the finest tracks from Suede's impressive back catalogue. It is just such a crying shame, that the band chose to keep in the inclusion of all the crowd noise. Speaking personally, the constant whooping and... See full review
posted a comment on Phil Collins - Face Value. 7 months ago
As well as good sound reproduction on my copy, the picture disc is so astounding. It is also very handy, if you have been invited to a fancy dress party and haven't prepared a costume. As you can simply sellotape the record to your face, and go as... See full review
posted a comment on Celeste (8) - Not Your Muse. 7 months ago
Please be careful, when you are listening to this record whilst eating sherbert. The reason I say this, is because I was and when the pounding banger, "Tell Me Something I Don't Know" came on, I got so excited, that I accidentally inhaled some of the... See full review
posted a comment on Freethinker Funk Essence - Cathouse Funk. 7 months ago
Although the listing above, says that this record is turquoise, I own a copy and would say that the colour is actually, closer to mint green. Please can someone amend the listing, to reflect this? As niche collectors of turquoise records may be... See full review
posted a comment on Cedric Gervais X Franklin Feat. Nile Rodgers - Everybody Dance. 7 months ago
Ricky Gervais's brother, Cedric Gervais, has really done such a fantastic job making this remix sound, so good. I can imagine, when wedding parties are allowed again, that this will assuredly have all the MILFs waving their hands in the air, in unison!!
posted a comment on Thee Illusions - Once In A Lifetime. 7 months ago
These silky, soulful sounds are such a wonderful treat, for all fans of the genre. My lovely girlfriend, cannot get enough of this song, and makes me play it over and over again, as we kiss and cuddle on her bed!!
posted a comment on Cannonball Adderley - Somethin' Else. 7 months ago
My grandfather (Godfrey) has long been a big fan of Cannonball Adderley's music, and has a near encyclopedic knowledge of all of his various releases. So it is with great authority that he declared this new edition to be "the best version of Somethin'... See full review
posted a comment on Arlo Parks - Collapsed In Sunbeams. 7 months ago
This is a poor pressing. I was so disappointed by track three, when I was first listening, that I stood up to remove the record from the turntable. In my haste, I sadly forgot that I was eating a big bowl of baked beans, and accidentally knocked these... See full review
posted a comment on Moon Man (9) & Slim Shady - The Adventures Of Moon Man & Slim Shady. 7 months ago
A lovely release from Kid Cudi and Slimothy Shady, that will delight so many with its orchestral production by Dot da Genius, and the type of clever and inventive wordplay that would most certainly put, Joyce Carol Oates to shame!!
posted a comment on Kanye West - Wash Us In The Blood. 7 months ago
The "blood red" vinyl is a nice touch, but I must concur with my fellow Discographers in the comments below, that the sleeve is just so annoyingly flimsy! However, I have come up with a way to fix, this problem. It is very simple, but you will need a... See full review
posted a comment on Jesse James (2) - (The Girl In) Clinton Park. 7 months ago
A slice of sweet soul in the vein, of the Chi-Lites. That is so nice. As an aside, I actually visited Clinton Park once (in Houston) and I actually spoke to a girl, whilst I was in the park. However, it was not words of love that I spoke. It was... See full review
posted a comment on X-Ray Ted (2) - Mirror Ballin' EP. 7 months ago
If this one fails to get you up and sweating around the dancefloor, you might very well be Prince Andrew. That is to say, completely unable to sweat!!
posted a comment on The 9th Creation - Bubble Gum / Rule Of Mind. 7 months ago
A welcome release, of these two seminal FUNK classics. Which is an essential addition, to anyone's crate. However, the only thing I do not like, is the front cover. This is because I trod in some red chewing gum once and I accidentally brought it... See full review
posted a comment on Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio - I Told You So. 7 months ago
Such a fine pressing, that is almost certainly guaranteed to definitely be a potential collectors item, in the future. Plus, it is worth buying, just for the sublime covered version, of George Michaels's "Careless Whisper". This, being one of my mam's... See full review
posted a comment on Fontaines D.C. - A Hero's Death (Soulwax Remix). 7 months ago
This special one-sided piece of "wax" is set to be the jewel in the crown, of any completist collector of the Fontaines D.C.'s oeuvre. It is just a shame, that the other side of the record was not utilized to contain the instrumental version of this... See full review
posted a comment on Khruangbin - LateNightTales. 7 months ago
A lovely "compy" *(what I am preferring to call a "compilation" as it saves me time, to type out) that contains such a nice selection of music tracks, that are just the sort of thing you can easily imagine the people from Khruangbin would play in the... See full review
posted a comment on slowthai - TYRON. 7 months ago
This album, is just so sublime. With a warm low-end, and crystal clear sound reproduction, that certainly allows Tyron Frampton's wordplay, to shine. However, you must please be advised that it is inadvisable to play this record, when your mam is... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Nori - T.K. Records EP. 7 months ago
A sublime, double-header that will most certainly get all of you FUNK lovers, boogieing and prancing with so much relish, and gusto!!
posted a comment on Kehlani - It Was Good Until It Wasn’t. 7 months ago
The music, contained on this fine silver disc, is just so effervescent. And the pressing, is sublime, with no static or compression to be heard. But for me, the finest part of this magnificent package, has to be the wonderful view of Kehlani's lovely... See full review
posted a comment on Itsu Uno - Shooter (Super Sharp B-Boy) / Battle Of The Breaks. 7 months ago
These wobbly, booming-bap hip hop beats, are so enjoyable to listen to as you are making a lovely baked cheese flan for lunch.