Most likely underrated or not even released as single back then, although definitely worth a listen!
Competing for supremacy with Chic, Jacques Fred Petrus and Mauro Malavasi delivered some of the most boiling gems in the history of Disco/Funk. Such as the somehow underrated ‘Starlette’ by the likes of The B.B. & Q. Band back in 1981… [Read More…]
Danish pair Tom von Rosen and Torsten Bo Jacobsen aka Lulu Rouge bringin’ Nina Simone to fascinating unsupected territories on their rework of her classic ‘Black Is the Colour (Of My True Love’s Hair)’ back in 2010… [Read More…]
Luther Vandross opening his 1983 aptly titled ‘Busy Body’ album with the infectiously groovy ‘I Wanted Your Love’. Therefore delivering one of his most vibrant performances ever. Missed it? Check it out! [Read More…]
Quite illustrative of the infectious Raydio funky sound along with ‘It’s Time To Party Now’, ‘Until The Morning Comes’ would have deserved way more than the sporadic flipside release it got given here or there… [Read More…]
Responsible for gems such as ‘Ain’t We Funkin’ Now’, ‘Stomp’ or ‘I’ll Be Good To You’, The Brothers Johnson exploring slightly different territories on the underrated jazzy funk ‘Caught Up’. A definitive unsung masterpiece which you’ve definitely got to hear… [Read More…]