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The Music & The Rhythm 1997-2003 +++ LAST COPIES!!!!!

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It’s been now 25 years that Olivier Portal has been Playin’ 4 the City.Very versatile in the beginning, he has nurtured his productions while doing club residencies in Paris and Chicago, making his music all the more dancing and developing a very original touch drawing near to the sounds of Chi -Town and New Jersey. By the end of the 90’s, he collaborated with many DJ’s and producers such as DJ Deep, Julien Jabre and Franck Roger among others, thus gaining a real credibility and much respect from the underground Parisian house scene and the world at large.The Music & The Rhythm 1997-2003 brings back to the forefront some of the most anthemic tracks reflecting a very creative period in which Olivier Portal hooked up with great vocalists and players to produce his own style of deep house rich in soulful vocals, jazzy harmonies, funky bass lines and his trademark keyboard layers. This triple LP brings back to light some of the most emblematic tracks reflecting a very creative period during which Olivier Portal teamed up with excellent vocalists and instrumentalists to produce.This compilation, besides offering the best of the Straight Up era with some great classics like the smooth "Music and the Rhythm", the seminal "More Than Ever" and crucial tracks like "The Shore" and "Deep Inside", also entitles us to retrieve very in demand gems like "Atmosfear’s Vibe", "Spirits" and "My City Life" that now fetch hefty prices in the 12” market.Limited edition of 500 copies.More good news:P4TC will put out a new album early next year.Enjoy the Music and the Rhythm!

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1. The Music & The Rhythm Feat. Electra Weston
2. My City LIfe Feat. The Deep
3. Soufflé
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1. The Shore Feat. Loic Gayot
2. Moonlightin'
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1. Spirits
2. From Chicago To Paris Feat. DJ Mel Hammond
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1. Backfire
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1. Deep Inside Feat. Mandel Turner
2. Hall 3
3. More Than Ever Feat. Karl The Voice
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1. Atmosfear's Vibe
2. Chicago Nights

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Fragments

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Side 1
1. Polyghost (feat Miguel Atwood-Ferguson)
2. Shadows (feat Jordan Rakei)
3. Rosewood
Side 2
1. Otomo (feat O'Flynn)
2. Tides (feat Jamila Woods)
3. From You (feat Joji)
Side 3
1. Closer
2. Age Of Phase
3. Elysian
Side 4
1. Counterpart
2. Sapien
3. Day By Day (feat Kadhja Bonet)

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Chant Amazigh

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Born in Kabylie, Algeria - a place that remains fundamental to his career - Majid Soula is a self-made musician, artist and producer. With no formal music education, Majid’s tenacity has led to a career that is still blossoming. His synths, driving drums, guitar & strong lyrics make a unique sound. A strong proponent for the rights of the Amazigh, he has a band that to this day plays shows, most linked to cultural events of the Amazigh diaspora in France, as well as in Belgium, Russia the UK and Sweden. He was part of a new wave of widely popular and successful Kabyle artists in the 1980s, such as Ait Menguellet, Lounès Matoub, Takfarinas, Idir and many more.Habibi Funk as a label is dedicated to re-releasing music from “The Arab World”, but this release shows how reductive this term can be, as the countries from North Africa and West Asia being summarized under this term include a vast number of languages and identities. Obviously, headlines sometimes come with limited space, and one can’t avoid using terms that paint a half-finished picture. That being the case, however, we are even more happy that Majid Soula liked our idea to work on a release of a selection of his music with us. The tracks here are incredible and need to be introduced to a new generation of listeners.For Majid Soula music is more than just entertainment. He considers himself an activist through music, and foremost a “chanteur engagé”, as he says of himself: „I take my inspiration from the daily life of my people and I share all their aspirations, mainly the official recognition of Tamazight as a language, culture and identity.”He still works on new music in his small home studio in Belleville and occasionally plays concerts for the Amazigh community of the city. We sincerely hope that for you reading this and listening to Majid’s album, his music will have the same revelatory feeling it had on us, and that this will be part of a momentum that will allow Majid to keep on working, playing, and sharing his message for many years to come.

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1. Algerie Maroc
2. Lgira
3. Netseweth Sifassan Nagh
4. Win Terram
5. Tameghra
6. Ageruj
7. A Kem Gegh A Tamurt
8. Music Sans Frontiers
9. Ay Iheqqiyen

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Flygod Is Good... All The Time

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1. Kool Herc Intro
2. Part Deux
3. Stash House
4. Trash Bag
5. Eight Seconds
6. Brazy
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1. Kool Herc Intro (instrumental)
2. Part Deux (instrumental)
3. Stash House (instrumental)
4. Trash Bag (instrumental)
5. Eight Seconds (instrumental)
6. Brazy (instrumental)

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Soundmagnificat

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Deep spiritual jazz recorded in Germany, performed by Jamaican born saxophone player Fitz Gore and his international group The Talismen, featuring a.o. bassist Gérard Ebbo from Morocco and drummer Philippe Zobda-Quitman from Martinique. This is the first reissue of their second album, released in 1976 by the small private label GorBra from Bonn, including “Delilah” and “Requiem For Julian Cannonball Adderley”. The rare LP comes in a newly mastered version with original cover design and sleeve notes. Fitz Gore`s music is full of tremendous tension and movement between deep seriousness, inwardness and humility; it affects your life, it liberates and heals.

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1. Requiem For Julian Cannonball Adderley
2. Steal Away
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1. Delilah
2. A Sinner Kissed An Angel

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Wamono Groove: Shakuhachi & Koto Jazz Funk '76

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1. Nanbu Ushioi-Uta (feat Kifu Mitsuhashi)
2. Isohama Bon Uta (feat Toshiko Yonekawa)
3. Hohai-Bushi (feat Kifu Mitsuhashi)
4. Otemoyan (feat Toshiko Yonekawa)
5. Aizu Bandaisan (feat Kifu Mitsuhashi)
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1. Saitaro-Bushi (feat Toshiko Yonekawa)
2. Soma Nagareyama (feat Kifu Mitsuhashi)
3. Yagi-Bushi (feat Toshiko Yonekawa)
4. Asadoya Yunta (feat Kifu Mitsuhashi)
5. Konpira Fune Fune (feat Toshiko Yonekawa)

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80 Anos

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Legendary Brazilian group Orquestra Afro-Brasileira are reborn for first new album in over fifty years, produced by Beastie Boys collaborator Mario Caldato Jr.Led by maverick composer Abigail Moura, Orquestra Afro-Brasileira were one of the most influential yet overlooked groups in Brazilian music history. Operating for almost thirty years until 1970, they released just two albums - the first of which, Obaluayê, has recently been reissued by Day Dreamer Records - and left behind a legacy of Afro-Brazilian consciousness that continues to resonate today.Combining Yoruba spirituality, folk tales, Candomblé chants and West African percussion with the instrumentation of the big band jazz tradition in the United States, the Orquestra placed Afro-Brazilian heritage in a new and vital context. Weaving emancipatory narratives into complex poly-rhythms and powerful, syncopated horn lines, the group educated and enlightened all those who saw them perform.For Abigail’s protégé and percussionist on the group’s 1968 album Carlos Negreiros, the message of the group’s music had a profound impact: “I became aware of what it is to be black,” he says, “discovering the extraordinary potential of the Afro-Brazilian culture in the making of the national ethos.” Now the last remaining member of the original Orquestra, Carlos was tracked down by producer Mario Caldato Jr. - whose credits include Beastie Boys, Marcelo D2 and Seu Jorge among others - to oversee the first new album of Orquestra Afro-Brasileira material since 1968.“I was overwhelmed with the percussive rhythms, beautiful deep vocals and combined energy,” Caldato Jr. explains. “It felt like the most authentic Brazilian roots music I had ever heard. It was raw and dynamic, a pure organic sound and energy. It was a spiritual experience.”Alongside arranger Caio Cezar, Carlos assembled his Orquestra to record five tracks at Berna Ceppas’ Estudio Maravilha 8 studio in Rio De Janeiro. With percussion, horns and vocals cut in single takes over three days, the session captured the intuitive, pure and natural spirit of the group in full flow.Following the success of the initial session, five additional tracks were recorded at the iconic Estudio CIA dos Tecnicos in Copacabana to complete the album. Mixed by Caldato Jr., 80 Anos is a contemporary incarnation of Abigail Moura’s vision, bristling with the flair of the original recordings.

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1. Abertura
2. Ago
3. Saudacao Ao Rei Nago
4. Canto Para Omolu Obaluaye
5. Tire O Calundu
6. Os Oinho De Yaya
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1. Damurixa
2. Nao Ha Damurixa Palmares
3. Preto Velhoe Yaya
4. Lambarenganga

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(Xtra) Special

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Pressed on 12"with long, 7 minute mixes!Backatcha excavate a serious New York disco boogie rarity from 82. One of the first productions by BC Records founder Began Cekic, led by prolific backing-vocalist for the likes of Chic and Talking Heads Dolette McDonald, the result is a sultry downtempo affair with an obscene slap-bass line, sweet synth sprinkles and a strut that's roomy enough for Dolette to do her thing. Complete with an instrumental, this lives up to its name. Special.

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Side 1
1. (Xtra) Special
Side 2
1. (Xtra Special) (instrumental)

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Africa My No. 01

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This single features a key track from Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Originally released to domestic markets in 1987. The titular track is taken from difficult to attain LP by Nigerian reggae artist Ehi Duncan (RIP). Here he explores a more up-tempo electronic afro funk reggae–disco direction. Proto electronic beat sequencing, stripped back but warm, Balearic tinged Afro-reggae-disco-funk vibes.Captain Planet provides 2 classy modernised versions. The tracks transition between tight organic reggae funk, afro disco & fat electronic beats.A1. Captain Planet propels the track into the 21st century teaming up with the horn section, keys and synth from the Ibibio Sound Machine to inject extra flavour and dynamics. Replayed bass, hefty bottom end, slick drum enhancements and added groove elements result in dancefloor dynamite.B1. For his second mix, Captain Planet lowers the tempo slightly, easing into a midtempo afro disco session. This time he swaps out the horns and keys, instead embellishing the vibe with the tones of the marimba, while thickening up the mix with classy modernised electronic elements.B2. The original afro funk track fuses proto electronic beat sequencing with a stripped back but warm uptempo reggae-disco vibe. The hook brings a powerful protest message that is still as valid as when it was first written. Crosses over well between organic and electronic, amazing track!!Debut release from newcomer label “Canopy” out of New Zealand. Compiled and conceptualised by label head DJ Sumosui.

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1. Africa My No 1 (feat Ibibio Horns - Captain Planet remix)
Side 2
1. Africa My No 1 (Captain Planet Marimba Vibes remix)
2. Africa My No 1

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Gangster Music Vol. 2

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1. Dam Funk - Allies
2. Ovrkast - Oof
3. Big Baby Scumbag - Steve Erwin
4. Woodie Smalls - Get Straight To It
5. Knxwledge - Wrongabtme
6. Liv.E -Myfriendtoldmeto
7. Iman Omari - Bellflowr
8. Black Milk - Cause I Was Living
9. Fitz Ambrose - Good For You
10. Zeroh - Dont Play It Safe
11. Mike G - Champion
12. Teebs - Walk
13. Med Premethius - Low End
14. Wun Two - Porto
15. Lil B - Bush To Berkeley
16. Gaslamp Killer - One For Ras G
17. King Kashmere - Crown Of The Serpent
18. Reijie Snow - Questions
19. Ohbliv - Much Given
20. Open Mike Eagle - Vanity Searchin
21. Ozoyo - Astro Boy
22. Hook - Dork
23. Spook - Silly Bands
24. Shungu - Lovin
25. Mr.Muthafuckin Esquire - Big Dick Energy
26. Igory - Fluttah
27. Spectacular Diagnostics - Fingerprints
28. Kyeoshin - Swim

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