80's soulboy, vinyl geek, Hip Hop head, DJ, beatmaker, love 70's soul especially midtempo 2-Step, underground hip-hop, Stones Throw records, Blu, Parick Adams, Leroy Burgess style disco and eary 80's Boogie. Chicago sound, Curtom. All time favourite artists Roy Ayres, Curtis Mayfield. Interested in Black Power movement and the music of the time, Curtis, The Impressions, Last Poets etc etc.
Best ever 12" dance record, Universal Robot Band - Barely Breakin' Even.

I occasionally sell vinyl on Ebay but have become frustrated with that site so will post records I am selling now on Discogs. I am accurate in my gradings due to past experience with purchasing vinyl which is clearly graded inaccurately.
Recent Activity
posted a comment on Passion (2) - Passion. over 5 years ago
One track album. The brilliant 2-Stepper Midnight Lovers and some lush but by the numbers disco with no real edge or driving rhythms, breaks etc. More Bee Gees than Leroy Burgess tbh.
posted a comment on Passion (2) - Passion. over 5 years ago
Tbh I think like the very odd indeed Foxy LP it' a one track LP and both weirdly the tracks are classic 2-Steppers. Madamoiselle and Midnight Lovers. I love a lot of disco and DJ play it in DJ sets but this type of classic Studio 54 disco does nothing... See full review
posted a comment on Definitive Jux. over 5 years ago
Totally agree. Best most forward looking producer ever. Just look at that catalogue...incredible
posted a comment on Various - Disco Juice. over 5 years ago
Best disco/boogie comp ever. may disappoint those looking for Studio 54 type stuff. Killer tune after tune. It's as much pre-hip hop funk as disco really. Buy it.
posted a comment on Super Value - Special Edits 02. over 5 years ago
The quality of the two I have is good. No different to any other 12. I think they are a bit hit and miss the Curtis one is good. Of the lot for me is 05. The back Together Again has the longest fantastic build up and Zulu - The Quick is a monster tune
posted a comment on Needa - Come On And Rock / Rock-A-Freak. over 5 years ago
I just came across this searching through disco for obscurities. I've got comps of a lot of rare disco and love it. I can't believe this track costs what it does. The one with the guitars is appalling the other one is just ordinary at best. Sorry but... See full review
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posted a comment on Model 500 - Sound Of Stereo. over 6 years ago
Four banging tracks but Off To Battle is a Detroit masterpiece
posted a comment on Alison Limerick - Where Love Lives (Come On In). over 6 years ago
Can't agree more
posted a comment on Alison Limerick - Where Love Lives (Come On In). over 6 years ago
I can't believe how many terrible remixes there are of this all time classic. The only one that ever got played back in the day and the only one that IS the song is the Classic Mix - David Morales and Frankie Knuckles ffs, why did anyone else even bother..... See full review
posted a review of Barry White - Barry White Sings For Someone You Love. over 6 years ago
In my opinion out of so many classics Barry's best LP, Playing Your Game Baby is possibly the best of all his songs and chock full of classics, It's Ecstasy, Oh What A Night, Of All The Guys In The World. Sounds amazing as all his LP's do, Incredible... See full review
posted a comment on Change - The Glow Of Love. over 6 years ago
So you live in NY? It's weird the house and techno scene started over there (pretty underground I think and linked to the gay scene) and then a handful of UK DJ's who were playing soul, funk and hip-hop went to Ibiza and took the necessary ingredient... See full review
posted a comment on Change - The Glow Of Love. over 6 years ago
My apologies. I agree there are far tougher Boogie tracks,I wouldn't even call it Boogie tbh. Barely Breakin' Even, Weeks & Co - Go With The Flow, Hi Voltage - Let's Get Horny, Class Action - Weekend etc you could play today no prob. It's just that... See full review
posted a comment on Change - The Glow Of Love. over 6 years ago
Yeah just listened to it again. Well they have clearly listened to Kraftwork and Moroder, like I said I'm not saying it's a bad track, in fact it's quite ahead of it's time. I just didn't get your dismissal of the rest of the LP. Maybe we are coming... See full review
posted a comment on Change - The Glow Of Love. over 6 years ago
To the person who said it's 'dated', 'radio friendly' etc. what on earth are you on about? 'The Glow Of Love', 'Angel In My Pocket' 'Lovers Holiday' etc. You may as well say that everything is dated. The massively overrated Daft Punk just made what... See full review
posted a review of The Impressions - This Is My Country. over 6 years ago
Together with We're a Winner and Young Mods Forgotten Story three of the best and most important soul LP's ever. Great mixes of Black Power tracks, wonderful ballads and Northern Soul type dancers.
posted a review of T.S. Monk - House Of Music. over 6 years ago
Crate digging my own LP collection and had totally for gotten about this LP. I remember buying it in the late 80's mainly for the tracks Last Of The Wicked Romancers and Can't Keep My Hands To Myself which are great examples of mid-tempo early 80's... See full review