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George M

Sugar, Daybreak, Barbara Stant, Roy Roberts, Crystal Pistol, Klas +++

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45s ~ alphabetical by label


Freedom “Can’t You See / Sunshine” (Freedom) VG++ £70
Enticing modern dancer, with a midtempo flip. (Not far from M-)

Roy Roberts “Bee Hive / Pt.2” (House Of Big Brother) VG++ £150
Chunky dancer yet to have its day, from the busy NC singer. (Virtually M-)
Jimmy ‘Soul’ Clark “I Blew A Good Thing” (Karen) VG++ £100
Funky soul that rolls out in a similar style to the Mighty Lovers on Soulhawk – not surprising really considering its shares the same Detroit origins (Popcorn Wylie etc).
Daybreak “I Need Love / Everything Man” (PAP) VG++ offers
Massive modern anthem. A definite original copy. (Not far from M-)
Klas “Let’s Make Love Tonight / Break Your Promise” (Sahara) VG+ £70
Uplifting modern dancer with stepper flip. (Clean besides a couple of marks right at the start, and slight dish not affecting play.)
Crystal Pistol “Let’s Live Right Now / Never Give Up” (San Francisco I.N.S.) VG++ £150
Obscure funky soul with modern appeal - seems to be pretty much an unknown. Definitely one that upfront DJs and collectors should consider. (Virtually M- with faint dish not affecting play.)
Barbara Stant “(I Found Me A) Real Man / (You’ve Got To) Try It Again” (Shiptown) M- £60
Top quality 70s dancers from Norfolk VA. Plenty of club mileage here, not to mention the sharp condition. (Slight warp not affecting play.)
The Six Degree South “Loving You Is Too Far Out” (Six Degree South) VG- £500
Everything on this record is incredibly powerful - a devastating example of early 70s funk. I’ve witnessed clubs get utterly crushed by this one. (Plays ok despite many small marks - surface noise is only really noticeable in the intro. Label has some ringwear and is signed by the band.)
Sugar “Someone To Be Mine” (Sugar) VG++ £500
One for the upfront DJs here - totally obscure funky soul from Mississippi. Seems to be virtually unknown, although it seems a couple of well known DJs recently started playing it.
The TMG’s “Aggravation / Takes A Little Time” (TMG Production) solid VG £400
Tremendous funk from Tommy McGee, with a sweet flip. (Plays flawlessly on the funk side, minor surface noise only on the flip. Very faint label wear.)   

Edited by George M

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