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Mystic Five, Ray Munnings, Curtis, 7 Days Unlimited & more

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Alphabetical by label:


7 Days Unlimited “Dirt (in the sky) / Early Morning Break” (Acacia Street Gang) M- £100

Eco-themed 70s dancer from LA with another good club track on the flip.

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/7daysunlimited_dirt.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/7daysunlimited_early.mp3


Matt Covington “I’m So In Love With You” (April) M- £50

Lovely stepper.

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/mattcovington_soinlove.mp3


Curtis “How Can I Tell Her” (Charm City) strong VG £50

Excellent modern dancer.

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/curtis_how.mp3


Ray Munnings & the Vibrations “You Don’t Know” (Elite) VG wol £150

Unknown 60s northern obscurity, from the guy who went on to spearhead the mighty Beginning of the End and then put out some great solo material on Alston. The Vibrations were his first group as a teenager.

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/raymunnings_you.mp3


The Gospel All-Stars “Lonely Journey” (Fami) M- £200

Really obscure Chicago release that should appeal to funk and crossover fans.

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/gospelallstars_lonely.mp3


The 35th Street Gang “You’ve Got Charisma / The Boogie Man” (Guess) strong VG £120

Largely unknown funky 70s club smasher with plenty of potential. Funk flip. (Faint dish not affecting play)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/35thstreetgang_charisma.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/35thstreetgang_boogie.mp3


Johnnie Jackson & the Blazers “Wisdom Of A Fool / What You Gonna Do” (J-Mer) strong VG £50

Tremendous deep ballad from Merle Spears, with funky 60s dancer flip. (Minor wol & light label wear)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/johnniejackson_wisdom.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/johnniejackson_what.mp3


Pace-Setters “Push On Jesse Jackson / Freedom & Justice” (Kent) VG- £10

Classic uptempo protest funk (Small wol & light label wear)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/pacesetters_pushon.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/pacesetters_freedom.mp3


The Fabulous Denos “Once I Had A Love / Bad Girl” (King) VG-/G+ £10

Solid darkside popcorn. The flip is a nice version of the song done later by Lee Moses. (Minor label wear)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/fabulousdenos_once.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/fabulousdenos_badgirl.mp3


Billy Jones & Solat “You’re Gonna Miss Me / I’ll Be Around” (Poker) VG+ £75

Banging 70s dancer, with a sweet harmony flip that I think has been overlooked. Euro picture sleeve-only release. (Sleeve is presentable VG).

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/billyjones_youregonna.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/billyjones_illbe.mp3


Gail Williams “A Message From My Heart” (Rialto) M- £40

Floaty 70s sweet soul / midtempo winner with crisp drums.

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/gailwilliams.mp3


Scacy and the Sound Service “Sunshine” (Scacy) VG- £30

Excellent DC funk. (Clean labels)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/scacy_sunshine.mp3


Five Miles High “Should’ve Been Satisfied / So Frustrated” (Spooky) VG+ £20

Two early 70s group funk stormers from DC. (Light ringwear)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/fivemileshigh.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/fivemileshigh_so.mp3


25th Century Band Revue “The Peacock / Nothing Is Better For Me (Than Thee)” (T.F.C.) VG- £50

Funk dancer with a strong group side, out of Virginia. (Moderate label wear / plays well)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/25thcenturyband_peacock.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/25thcenturyband_nothing.mp3


Mystic Five “Sweet Brown Frame / You Were Wrong” (Twin Record Production) VG++ £200

Obscure female group northern from Florida. The flip is also solid. (Looks clean / close to M-)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/mysticfive_weet.mp3

#2: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/mysticfive_youwere.mp3


Ruby Andrews “Just Loving You” (Zodiac) VG/VG- £70

Classic northern winner. (Plays well / ringwear & xol)

Listen: http://concourserecords.co.uk/musicuploads/rubyandrews_justloving.mp3






Edited by George M

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