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Love And Ka Dance

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Reissue of the legendary first album by the band Kassav'A fusion funk and traditional guadeloupean rhythms,includes the killer disco of the title track "Love And Ka Dance" !2LP set, includes the original LP plus the US version,with 4 different tracks

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Side 1
1979 - French Edition
1. Kassav' Dedicated To Saint-Jean
2. Fascination
Side 2
1. Nouvel
2. Love And Ka Dance
1980 - US Edition
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1. Africa (Kassav Vocal Version)
2. Don't Be A Fool
Side 4
1. Attention
2. Africa (Instrumental Version)
3. Fascination

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Wahala Wahala

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Side 1
1. For My People
2. Money
3. Suro Nipa
Side 2
1. Medowo
2. Imela
3. Home
4. Agoro
Side 3
1. Mona Lisa
2. Transmission
3. Mad Up
Side 4
1. Wahala
2. Dr Mensa
3. Wonderful Life
4. Sahara

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Gangster Music Vol. 1

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Imagine if you could put together a dream line-up of MCs and producers from all four corners of the rap world? That’s what artist and illustrator Gangster Doodles set out to do when he put together a stellar collection of tracks by the rappers and talent that inspire his work.The all-star line-up features everyone from hotly-tipped emerging producers like Eets, Caleb Stone, Maze Mountain and LoVibe next to underground perennials like Onra, Mndsgn and Jon Wayne all the way up to top flight producer Kaytranada and established rap vets like Madlib, Oh No, Blu and Defari.This second collaboration between All City Records and Gangster Doodles is a jam-packed sonic adventure featuring 27 killer tracks from some of the finest creators out there. Doodles had the idea for a comp two years ago. Hyped after partnering with All City for Knxwledge’s "Wraptaypes" project back in 2015, they initially set out to put together an EP but as the tracks kept coming in it exploded into the sprawling double LP of low-slung grooves and bangers from the best in the business.With everyone on the record being a friend or friend of a friend, the comp just kept growing as GD went to work with the hustle he has learned from penning his post-it sketches day in day out for the last decade.Word spread fast and soon he was being sent beats from all over, even reaching behind the prison walls of Bergen County Jail, New Jersey and securing a track from former Dipset affiliate Max B.The last few years have been busy for Marlon "Gangster Doodles" Sassy. He released his acclaimed Gangster Doodles (The Book) alongside an ever-expanding array of prints, original works, apparel and exhibitions across the globe. Topping that off with animation projects, a graphic novel in the works and now, with this LP titled " Gang$ter Music Vol 1", he is about to debut his first ever music compilation.He says himself: “Every time a new track came in it was like running down the stairs on Christmas morning to open a present. What started as a slow trickle of work coming in soon turned into a tsunami with some of my heroes like Onra, House Shoes, Blu, Jeremiah Jae joining up with young guns Kojaque, Kean Kavanagh, Dream Panther and others to beef up the record”“When an email pinged through with a track from brothers Oh No and Madlib it felt like the final gift and Gang$ter Music Vol. 1 was complete.”

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Side 1
1. Eets - Savage
2. Jeremiah - Jae Tell Me
3. Father - Cruel
4. Max B - Flash Dance
5. Caleb Stone - Slayer Cake
6. Budgie - On My Shit (feat Traffic)
Side 2
1. Jayallday - 1-800 Killer Whale
2. Jonwayne - Welch's Grape
3. Lovibe - Lemonwater
4. Naeem - Shiraz
5. Mndsgn - Noodles
6. Fifth - And I Swear (feat Squaddab)
7. Manchild - Cold Blooded
8. Nahh G - Moma
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1. Kaytranada - Well I Bet Ya
2. Kojaque & Kean Kavanagh - Whitney
3. House Shoes - Intergalactic
4. Quelle Christopher - Brain Of The Ape
5. Chester Watson - Time Moves Slower Here
6. Blu - Hip Hop Remix (feat Exile & Choosey)
7. Dream Panther - KCRW
Side 4
1. Oh No & Madlib - Big Whips
2. Onra - Cant Buy Luv
3. Maze Mountain - The Powers Of Your Mind
4. Your Old Droog - Ugly Truth
5. Defari - Ackknowledge (feat Evidence)
6. Softest Hard - Sincerely

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Philantropiques

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Double LP Tip-on gatefold w/ printed inner sleeves.Collector Limited Edition 1000ex.Poster inserted.Initially Guts idea was ​​a return to his basics of beatmaker, a solo work with samplers and sequencing. But he finally put it back below his stack of ideas for an album radically different from the previous ones.Experimental, sunny, which would explore all these vibrations from the southern hemisphere that Guts has been collecting for years while practicing in his passion for diggin '. The ones with whom he builds his DJ sets, those he patiently collected on the five volumes of his compilations series Beach Diggin'. An Afro-tropical album.C’est d’abord l’idée d’un retour à ses fondamentaux de beatmaker qui s’était installée dans l’esprit de Guts. Un travail en solitaire, aux samplers et au séquençage. Guts l’a finalement remis en dessous de sa pile d’idées et en a fait remonter une autre, celle de faire un album radicalement différent des précédents.Expérimental, ensoleillé, qui explorerait toutes ces vibrations venues de l’hémisphère sud que Guts collecte depuis des années en s’adonnant à sa passion du diggin’. Celles avec lesquelles il embrase ses dj sets, celles qu'il a patiemment collectées sur les cinq volumes de ses compilations Beach Diggin’. Un album afro-tropical.

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Side 1
1. Voyaging Bird (feat Jowee Omicil)
2. Mucagiami (feat Vum Vum)
3. Ja Nao Ha Mais Paz (feat Catia Werneck)
Side 2
1. Groove Ma Poule (feat Djeuhdjoah & Lieutenant Nicholson)
2. Daddy Sweet (feat Pat Kalla)
3. Li Dous Konsa
Side 3
1. Kenk Corner
2. Sa Ce Kado
3. Shake It & Rise Up
4. Nosso Carimbo E Do Mundo (feat Pinduca & Nazar Peirera)
Side 4
1. Matadou
2. Se Nou Menm
3. Boug Bagay La
4. Penda (feat Emma Lamadji & Kandy Guira)

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August Greene

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In early 2016, musicians Common, Robert Glasper and Karriem Riggins found themselves in the studio, crafting the soulful backdrop of Common’s 11th album, the politically charged Black America Again. The three friends had known each other since the late 1990s, so the camaraderie felt organic. “It was such a real form of expression,” says Common, who’s earned three GRAMMYs, an Oscar, a Golden Globe and an Emmy. “It felt natural. We all have an affinity for great music.” As the trio created, they began to notice something different taking shape—something rooted in the warm R&B sounds of yesteryear but still very much in the present. It was soul music with a modern bounce, a jazz-rap hybrid in the spirit of A Tribe Called Quest. It fully encapsulated the black experience: the serenity and pain through which we channel gorgeous art, the beauty and struggle of simply trying to exist. Equally peaceful and profound, the music they captured laid the foundation for August Greene, the newly formed supergroup of Common, Glasper and Riggins. The artists come to this project having reached great respective milestones over the years. Since 1992, the Chicago-born Common has uplifted listeners with his emotive blend of hip-hop and soul, releasing some of the genre’s greatest work, including 1994’s underground breakthrough Resurrection (featuring the classic “I Used to Love H.E.R.”) and 2000’s Like Water for Chocolate (a magnum opus featuring the GRAMMY-nominated single, “The Light”). In recent years, Common has turned his attention to the silver screen, appearing in high-profile films like Smokin Aces (2006), American Gangster (2007), Selma (2014), Suicide Squad (2016) and John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017). In 2015, his track “Glory”—the official theme of Selma—won the Oscar, Golden Globe, and GRAMMY for Best Original Song. Glasper, a Houston-born pianist known for his esoteric mix of jazz, rock and soul, has long created music that defies expectation. Across various albums—including 2005’s Canvas, 2007’s In My Element and 2009’s Double Booked—Glasper has occupied his own space in black music, straddling the line between mainstream and underground, gathering his own accolades along the way. In 2012, the musician’s Black Radio—a massive collaborative effort featuring Erykah Badu, Bilal, Lalah Hathaway and Musiq Soulchild, among others—won the GRAMMY for Best R&B Album. Two years later, Glasper’s “Jesus Children”—a remake of Stevie Wonder’s 1973 cut of the same name, featuring Hathaway and poet-actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner—won the GRAMMY for Best Traditional R&B Performance. Then in 2016, Glasper’s score for director Don Cheadle’s Miles Ahead won the GRAMMY for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media. Riggins, a Detroit native, is a world renowned percussionist and producer whose work can be heard on Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo, Kaytranada’s 99.9%, and Esperanza Spalding’s shape-shifting Emily’s D+Evolution, among many other albums. As a beatmaker, Riggins pivots between wistful soul and gritty drum breaks, giving ample room for his featured artists to shine. In 2017, Riggins, Glasper and Common earned an award together; their “Letter to the Free” (from director Ava DuVernay’s 13th documentary) won the Emmy for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics. Featuring Brandy on a remake of Sounds of Blackness song “Optimistic,” with bassist Burniss Travis and film score composer Samora Pinderhughes, August Greene culminates years of mutual respect and friendship, channeling the musicians’ various talents into a cohesive project. The perfect marriage of jazz, hip-hop and soul, it’s music that just is. This is black expression the way God intended: earnest, unfiltered, and harmonious. Throughout August Greene, you feel the abundance of Glasper’s rolling keys, the sheer honesty of Com’s lyrics, and the nuanced subtlety of Riggins’ drum work. It’s a fluid sound that’s sorely needed in today’s landscape, and a teachable moment for the next wave of creators. “I feel like we need to set the bar for this generation of musicians and producers,” Riggins says. “There’s a lot of computer-driven music. This is the opposite of that. We’re showing you can still use your creative muscle on an instrument to generate your own sound.” August Greene is a meditative offering that stands tall against the era of “fake news.” “They body snatching black girls in D.C. / Politics and propaganda on the TV,” Common observes on the opening track. On “Nirvana,” the lyricist uses a stuttering percussive loop and faint piano chords to search his inner being: “Thought I was gonna fly when Obama became the king … when it’s all done, will I have heaven’s dress code, and been able to let God and let go.” As Com puts it, Glasper and Riggins’ soundtrack allowed him to open up in ways he hadn’t done previously. Like on “Fly Away,” for instance, where he riffs on the public relationships he’s had. Other songs, like “Black Kennedy,” feel spacious and scenic. “I got to go new places with the music, and it didn’t have to fit within a genre for me to participate on it,” he says. “This gave me an experience I haven’t had in a long time, so I want people to feel that. I want this to be a cleansing of whatever doesn’t feel good or inspiring.” In the end, August Greene speaks to those pushing through the dark for brighter days. It's a masterpiece from which virtue can shine. “I want people to go on the ride and be open,” Glasper says. “We just created and it became a sound. I want people to approach this with an open mind and without expectations.” —Marcus J. Moore

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Side 1
1. Meditation
2. Black Kennedy
3. Let Go
Side 2
1. Practice
2. Fly Away
3. Aya
4. Piano Interlude
Side 3
1. No Apologies
2. The Time
3. Optimistic
Side 4
1. Swisha Suite

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Antiphon

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4th pressing, limited to 1000 copies.

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1. Keep On
2. Potential
Side 2
1. Errors
2. Breath (feat Kaya Thomas-Dyke)
Side 3
1. 7th October
2. Kyoki
Side 4
1. Nucleus
2. Brian

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25 Nights For Nujabes

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Ta-ku might be the modern day renaissance man. Haven risen to prominence as one of Australia’s most in-demand beatmakers, the Perth-based artist has found himself curator of a rapidly expanding, multi-disciplinary creative empire.Borne from a late-night sideline to his day job shilling health insurance, Ta-ku’s music has quickly become a global, full-time concern. From early days uploading chopped hip-hop cuts to Soundcloud, the “genre-killer”’s prodigious credits now include ambitious projects like 50 Days For Dilla, high-profile remixes for Flume, Chet Faker, BANKS, Childish Gambino and Justin Timberlake, as well as a clutch of co-writes, production efforts and countless self-releases.Teaming up with Jakarta Records on the 823 joint label venture, Ta-ku is sharing his now classic ’25 Nights For Nujabes’ project as a digital/vinyl release alongside two completely new Bonus Tracks - both featuring Toronto based producer Matt McWaters. Drawing inspiration from the likes of D’Angelo, James Blake and J Dilla, Matt McWaters fuses modern electronic production with soul and indie undertones. A love for smooth basslines, soulful keys and catchy melodies allows him to carry out his vision with every track.25 Nights For Nujabes. A beat a night for 25 nights in dedication to Seba Jun. His music was so full of emotion and beauty. Rest in peace. - Ta-ku

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1. Night 1
2. Night 2
3. Night 3
4. Night 4
5. Night 5
6. Night 6
7. Night 7
8. Night 8
9. Night 9
10. Night 10
11. Night 11
12. Night 12
13. Night 13
14. Night 14
15. Night 15
16. Night 16
17. Night 17
18. Night 18
19. Night 19
20. Night 20
21. Night 21
22. Night 22
23. Night 23
24. Night 24
25. Night 25
26. Night 26 (feat Matt Mcwaters - bonus track)
27. Night 27 (feat Matt Mcwaters - bonus track)

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Aimez Ces Airs

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1. El Nino
2. Poussent Les Ailes
3. Aime Cesaire
4. An Tet Aw
Side 2
1. Des Gouttes
2. Mbappe
3. Tic Tac
Side 3
1. Auguste Cyparis
2. Tout S'assemble
3. Assez Coule
4. Attache
Side 4
1. Tangue A L'envie
2. Fontaine
3. Venus
4. An Ba Siel

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Spiritual Jazz Vol 9 - Blue Notes, Part Two

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The Blue Note Record label needs little introduction. Musically, graphically and sonically iconic, the label created and defined the golden age of modern jazz on record. Founded in 1939 by German émigré Alfred Lion, the label's roster of artists is a litany of giants – Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver, Lee Morgan, Art Blakey, Lee Morgan, Herbie Hancock and many more. With peerless musicians in the grooves, the legendary Rudy Van Gelder behind the boards, and graphic design genius Reid Miles creating emblematic artwork for every release, Blue Note – 'the Cadillac of the jazz lines' – was outstanding in every way.Volume 9 of Jazzman's Spiritual Jazz series takes a close look at the deeper side of Blue Note – from the experimental avant-garde explored by younger musicians such as Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Henderson and Pete La Roca, to the exciting new developments in modal sounds put forward by stalwarts Hank Mobley, Jackie McLean and Duke Pearson. The music we have selected shows how musicians working with the label responded to a period of dramatic social and sonic change, charting the route toward the esoteric and spiritualised sounds that would dominate the deepest jazz of the 1970s.As ever, Blue Note had lit the path, and this new Spiritual Jazz collection shows that the progressive and underground jazz sound of the 1960s was not only the preserve of obscure artists and private pressings. Blue spirits and heavy sounds on Blue Note – the finest in jazz since 1939, brought to you by Jazzman.

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1. Joe Henderson - El Barrio
2. Jackie McLean - Plight
3. Duke Pearson - Cristo Redentor
Side 2
1. Wayne Shorter - Indian Song
2. Hank Mobley - The Morning After
Side 3
1. Pete La Roca - Malaguena
2. Freddie Hubbard - Blue Spirits
Side 4
1. Booker Ervin - Gichi
2. Solomon Ilori - Igbesi Aiye (Song Of Praise To God)

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Spiritual Jazz Vol 9 - Blue Notes, Part One

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The Blue Note Record label needs little introduction. Musically, graphically and sonically iconic, the label created and defined the golden age of modern jazz on record. Founded in 1939 by German émigré Alfred Lion, the label's roster of artists is a litany of giants – Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins, Horace Silver, Lee Morgan, Art Blakey, Lee Morgan, Herbie Hancock and many more. With peerless musicians in the grooves, the legendary Rudy Van Gelder behind the boards, and graphic design genius Reid Miles creating emblematic artwork for every release, Blue Note – 'the Cadillac of the jazz lines' – was outstanding in every way.Volume 9 of Jazzman's Spiritual Jazz series takes a close look at the deeper side of Blue Note – from the experimental avant-garde explored by younger musicians such as Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Henderson and Pete La Roca, to the exciting new developments in modal sounds put forward by stalwarts Hank Mobley, Jackie McLean and Duke Pearson. The music we have selected shows how musicians working with the label responded to a period of dramatic social and sonic change, charting the route toward the esoteric and spiritualised sounds that would dominate the deepest jazz of the 1970s.As ever, Blue Note had lit the path, and this new Spiritual Jazz collection shows that the progressive and underground jazz sound of the 1960s was not only the preserve of obscure artists and private pressings. Blue spirits and heavy sounds on Blue Note – the finest in jazz since 1939, brought to you by Jazzman.

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1. Bobby Hutcherson - Verse
2. Pete La Roca - Basra
Side 2
1. Wayne Shorter - Footprints
2. Elvin Jones - At This Point In Time
3. Andrew Hill - Poinsettia
Side 3
1. Eddie Gale - The Rain
2. Duke Pearson - Empathy
3. Bobby Hutcherson - Searchin' The Trane
Side 4
1. Duke Pearson - The Phantom
2. Freddie Hubbard - Assunta

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