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The Afro Soul Prophecy – Red Light District / The Game of Love
Friday, April 28th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on The Afro Soul Prophecy – Red Light District / The Game of Love

Image: 1609933 The Afro Soul Prophecy project welcomes the Spring of 2017 with a series of two exclusive 7-inch records, for a total of four fully instrumental new compositions. This first 45rpm consist consists of the main track “Red Light District”, a rare groovy funk effort tinged with catchy brass melodies, backed with the slower, mellow and sensual “The Game of Love” – yes, the title says it all! Once again Alex Puddu has lent his creativity and put his music signature on these tracks, for an exciting and charming result!

TRACKLIST 7”
A1 Red Light District
B1 The Game of Love Available from 19.05.2017

Bobby Hamilton Quintet – Roll Your Own / Pearl (Among the Swine)
Friday, June 17th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Bobby Hamilton Quintet – Roll Your Own / Pearl (Among the Swine)

Two monster jazz-funk tracks back to back on a sweet 7″ single. Originally released on Bobby Hamilton’s rare Dream Queen album, this is the first time that those songs are available on Tramp Records’ prefered format. DJs watch out, this “45” plays at …

Plaza Hotel – Bewegliche Ziele
Friday, June 3rd, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Plaza Hotel – Bewegliche Ziele

Image: 1603716 Bewegliche Ziele is the new single from Plaza Hotel.

TRACKLISTING:
A – Bewegliche Ziele
B – Schön Sein In Uniform

12inch (180g vinyl + Old School Tip On Single Cover + Download Card + Printed Inner Sleeve)

www.notesonajourney.com

It’s 1981. Everything seems possible in the realms of music. The barriers between genres are
being willfully torn down, punk is discovering the synthesizer, the drum machine is replacing
the drummer and no idea is too absurd to pursue. The winds of change are blowing from New
York to London, Berlin and Tokyo and there’s a palpable, uninhibited spirit of optimism in the
air turning music industry on it’s head. People are experimenting with novel equipment,
bands are springing up like mushrooms, line-ups disband and regroup. A whole generation is
being inspired by a do-it-yourself mentality, creating an unprecedented knowledge of how to
produce music. Every artist seems to be full of ambition, conquering new frontiers whilst often
participating in several projects simultaneously. When today, we look back at this time it
appears as an unintelligible mess with no economic viability, but 30 years ago it was simply
the sheer desire for artistic freedom, self-fulfillment and the urge to have control over one’s
own creative work that was the driving force.
Let’s take the guitar player, Wolfgang Spelmanns. After leaving DAF (Deutsch Amerikanische
Freundschaft) in December 1980, his head was full of ideas and an exuberant compulsion to
express himself in as many ways as possible. A singular focus is impossible. One of these
endeavors is a visit to Werner Lambertz’s studio in Düsseldorf. While the first few takes, of what
later would become “Bewegliche Ziele”, are being recorded, the main object is putting
Lambertz’s self-designed modular percussion computer to the test. But the shenanigans don’t
end here. Soon after, Jaki Liebezeit, the drummer of Can, is invited to jam freestyle over the
programmed beats. New technologies and innovative methods have drawn the attention of
Liebezeit, challenging him to play as monotonously as if he were a machine himself (or a
computer in this case). It takes him less than 90 minutes to ad-lib two stunning drum tracks for
Spelmanns’ still nameless project. Spelmanns however, is not in a hurry to finish the tracks.
Unlike the bustling drummer, his focus has a much broader horizon. Instead he wanders off
and forms Mau Mau, a new band with his old flat mate and former partner in DAF, the bass
player and member of Düsseldorf group Fehlfarben, Michael Kemner. Consequently, the
recordings are left to the side and almost forgotten about.

Almost. Two years later, living in West Berlin, Spelmanns remembers the tapes and brings
them, along with his girlfriend and singer Claudia Sennlaub (alias Tabu), to the Caet Studio
on Kreuzberg’s Mehringdamm. Vocals and the guitar are recorded and in-studio synthesizers
are enthusiastically thrown into the mix allowing the two songs to finally take on a concrete
form. “Bewegliche Ziele” and “Schön Sein In Uniform” are mixed and mastered by none other
than Charly Steinberg, the founder of Steinberg GmbH and developer of one of the first DAWs
(Digital Audio Workstations), Cubase.
Having had mainly negative experiences with major labels (i.e. Polydor), and seeing how his
friends at Ata Tak music publishing, are swamped with bureaucracy and paperwork,
Spelmanns decides to independently press the record on four different-colored discs at Pallas
pressing plant. Totaling only 1000 copies, the records are released on the ad-hoc label
Delphin in early 1983 and are delivered straight to the door step of his apartment on
Pücklerstraße. Leaving the musician, although gaining ground by leaps and bounds in the art
scene, reduced to single-handedly supplying Berlin’s record stores with his release. No wonder
that only a few of the colorful discs find an audience and the potential success of Plaza Hotel
is all but nipped in the bud.
Amazingly, the record continues to be rediscovered time and again, throughout the years’
time. By a diverse mix of DJs and record collectors from all sorts of different countries, origins
and scenes. They all take a personal interest in “Bewegliche Ziele”. From die-hard NDW fans to
New Wave analysts and never-tiring sound explorers like the infamous, Dutch record collector
Tako Reyenga. It is him who plays one of these rare copies, sometime in 2010, in Düsseldorf of
all places, in the Salon d’Amateurs, one of the world’s hippest underground clubs, in front of a
broad-minded audience. In short “Bewegliche Ziele” (played on 33rpm instead of 45rpm)
becomes a signature tune not only at the Salon, but on dance floors of every boutique club
operating outside of mainstream territory all around the world. About the same time
Jazzanova member and co-founder of NOTES ON A JOURNEY, Stefan Leisering stumbles
across the 12” in a crate in Canada. Back in Berlin he plays his discovery to his buddy and
Jazzanova co-partner Alex Barck. Falling for the song’s magic as Leisering does, Barck
rearranges, what was perviously considered complete, the third edition of “Computer
Incarnations For World Peace” just to fit this exceptional tune into the already fine selection.
Spelmanns himself, now living in Bremen, working as a video artist and leading the Generic
Art Ensemble, definitely didn’t expect this to ever happen. Three decades after its initial
release “Bewegliche Ziele” is finally finding its listeners and revealing its long hidden spell. It’s
the same with “Bewegliche Ziele” as with a lot of this time period’s music long forgotten or only
released in a very limited capacity: Today, with hindsight, it gains new meaning and an
extensive resonance. Over the last few years Plaza Hotel’s skewness, the graceful peculiarity,
the courageous experimentalism is being explored by new and younger groups and can be
heard in current music again. Meaning “Bewegliche Ziele” could have easily be released in
2016. NOTES ON A JOURNEY thought the same and decided, that not only freaky record
collectors should be able to, for extortionate prices, enjoy this timeless, fascinating piece of
music on vinyl. So we have brought Plaza Hotel back to life, in all its glory. Available from 15.07.2016

Jamma-Dee – Vol.2
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Jamma-Dee – Vol.2

8 tracks45 RPM (*DISCLAIMER: Records were pressed at 33 1/3 RPM)12″ vinyl*LIMITED**Each copy is packaged with an insert including original artwork by Jamma-Dee and tracklisthttps://soundcloud.com/arcane-ny/arc-003-jamma-dee-vol-2-preview Available fro…

The Ossie Layne Show – Barcelona 69
Friday, January 30th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on The Ossie Layne Show – Barcelona 69

Image: 1594712 Early Mod outings, courtesy of The Blockheads rhythm section!

The Ossie Layne Show „Barcelona 69. EP is the latest vinyl release to become part of the Acid Jazz Records. Rare Mod Series.
This very rare 4-track 33rpm vinyl 7” featuring ‘Ian Dury and the Blockheads’ bass player Norman Watt-Roy and his brother Garth, led by band leader Ossie Layne.
The EP.s tracks deliver the classic 60.s Soul and Funk sound that Acid Jazz Records and the Rare Mod Series are famous for.
The EP features a version of Rod Stewarts. „Rock My Plimsoll. and Sly and The Family Stones classic “Sing A Simple Song”.

TRACK LISTING:
1. Midnight Hour
2. Sing A Simple Song
3. Rock My Plimsoll
4. Can’t Be So Bad – Fresh Garbage

Key selling points:
– A collectors. item for those who collect the Rare Mod Series
– An interesting item for Ian Dury and the Blockheads fans.
– Suited to the 60s Soul and Funk audiences
– Very rare recordings. Available from 13.03.2015

Chrissy Zebby Tembo / Ngozi Family Band – I’m Not Made Of Iron / Fisherman
Friday, October 31st, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Chrissy Zebby Tembo / Ngozi Family Band – I’m Not Made Of Iron / Fisherman

Image: 1593398 Now-Again presents a series of four, limited edition 45 rpm singles ranging from Deep American Funk and Soul, Zimbabwean Fuzz Funk, Zambian Proto-Punk, and Rare Disco. 500 copies of each 7” will be produced, and there will not be a repress. These records are packaged in a die cut, picture sleeve and are packaged in a resealable plastic jacket. A download card for all eight tracks from the series is included with each 7.” The Sure Shot series continues with Chrissy Zebby Tembo and two proto-punk Zamrock tracks from the drummer behind Paul Ngozi’s Ngozi Family Band. The Ngozi Family’s output is the focus of ongoing investigation and reissue on Now-Again. “Fisherman” was originally issued on Zebby Tembo’s lauded My Ancestors album. “I’m Not Made Of Iron,” from his untitled third LP, has never been released in any form. Available from 12.12.2014

Split Decision Band – Watching Out (Original & Unreleased Version)
Friday, October 31st, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Split Decision Band – Watching Out (Original & Unreleased Version)

Image: 1593399 Now-Again presents a series of four, limited edition 45 rpm singles ranging from Deep American Funk and Soul, Zimbabwean Fuzz Funk, Zambian Proto-Punk, and Rare Disco. 500 copies of each 7” will be produced, and there will not be a repress. These records are packaged in a die cut, picture sleeve and are packaged in a resealable plastic jacket. A download card for all eight tracks from the series is included with each 7.” The last release from the first round of the Sure Shot series comes courtesy of the Split Decision Band: one of the best independent disco songs ever released, out of the unlikely locale of Des Moines, Iowa, in the late 1970s. A reissue of the original 45 version of this song is paired here with an unreleased version, taken from an album that the band recorded but never released. We will issue it at Now-Again in full in 2015. Available from 12.12.2014

Richard Marks / Buddy Cantrell – I’m The Man For You / You Ain’t No Good
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Richard Marks / Buddy Cantrell – I’m The Man For You / You Ain’t No Good

Image: 1593394 Now-Again presents a series of four, limited edition 45 rpm singles ranging from Deep American Funk and Soul, Zimbabwean Fuzz Funk, Zambian Proto-Punk, and Rare Disco. 500 copies of each 7” will be produced, and there will not be a repress. These records are packaged in a die cut, picture sleeve and are packaged in a resealable plastic jacket. A download card for all eight tracks from the series is included with each 7.” First up in the series, a split 7” from Richard Marks and Buddy Cantrell: two of America’s most sought after deep funk/soul sides available on a 7” single for the first time. Originally issued on the tiny Atlanta imprint Tuska at the turn of 1970, both of these singles will appear on our forthcoming Richard Marks anthology Never Satisfied. Available from 05.12.2014

Stars of Liberty / Eye Q – Power To The People / I’m Not Selfish
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Stars of Liberty / Eye Q – Power To The People / I’m Not Selfish

Image: 1593397 Now-Again presents a series of four, limited edition 45 rpm singles ranging from Deep American Funk and Soul, Zimbabwean Fuzz Funk, Zambian Proto-Punk, and Rare Disco. 500 copies of each 7” will be produced, and there will not be a repress. These records are packaged in a die cut, picture sleeve and are packaged in a resealable plastic jacket. A download card for all eight tracks from the series is included with each 7.” Next up in the series, a split 7” release from Stars of Liberty and Eye Q: two tracks from the 1970s Zimbabwean black rock scene. Stars of Liberty and Eye Q are two of the most fiery ensembles to release fuzzy singles in funky protest of Ian Smith’s oppressive Rhodesian regime. Now-Again will be delving head first into this pivotal part of the African rock and funk story with anthologies dedicated to the scene and its key players in 2015. Available from 05.12.2014

Reverend Cleatus & The Soul Saviours – Salt Pop Corn / Soul Saviour Stew
Thursday, October 16th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Reverend Cleatus & The Soul Saviours – Salt Pop Corn / Soul Saviour Stew

This 45rpm single is especially made for promoting the forthcoming album Soul Saviour Stew. After all these years, and after a CD only release on Soul Cookers Records back in 2007 – it is finally on vinyl – where it belongs. Salt Pop Corn, originally …

Basso Valdambrini Quintet – Fonit H602 – H603 (Deluxe Edition 2LP+CD)
Friday, October 10th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Basso Valdambrini Quintet – Fonit H602 – H603 (Deluxe Edition 2LP+CD)

Image: 1592891 “Two obscure albums by Basso Valdambrini Quintet originally released for TV and Radio Shows on Usignolo Series by Fonit Cetra. Now available for the Basso-Valdambrini’s lovers.”

We might shout “Long live CD!” when we look at the reissue you hold in your hands. But don’t forget that the staff of Schema Records have also generously provided us with a vinyl version. “Long live CD!” might sound odd at a time when the age of the CD seems to be all but over. Yet the compact disc remains the most democratic format: not as elitist as the beautiful old 33 rpm record, which today is unfortunately absent from many home hi-fi systems – and above all, not as ephemeral as the digital download format that seems so much in fashion today. To some listeners the phonograph record is still important: it’s associated with care, attention, concentration. Like going to the cinema, compared to watching a movie on the screen of a PC, another habit particularly in vogue today. Is it really comparable to walking into a cinema, switching off the mobile and being captivated by a story, as you empathise or identify yourself with an actor? Yes, the same is true of listening to music, whether you’re a fanatic or a casual devotee: reverently handling the record case, admiring the packaging, browsing the booklet and probing the details of archive photos… and maybe reading these few introductory notes. These are all aspects that, even if they can’t equal the experience of listening, can surely enrich it. At least for the help they provide in putting the listener in the right frame of mind. The iPod is definitely a beautiful thing, but perhaps is most suited to being attached to joggers’ arms. Here, the choice is up to you: Schema Records has made these recordings available both as utilitarian CDs and beguiling vinyl.

Why this sociological introduction for the reissues of two Italian jazz records of the early seventies? Because fate decided that these recordings of the Gianni Basso and Oscar Valdambrini Quintet (cryptically entitled H602 and H603 respectively) were born under a bad sign and were to be considered second-class recordings by music professionals, and sometimes by the musicians themselves. Fading into oblivion and unappreciated, these records then reappeared as objects of worship, highly sought-after by avid collectors. Desired, exchanged or sold for astronomical sums. In fact, these two discs by the “Basso-Valdambrini Quintet” – the name by which one of the longest lived and most prolific Italian jazz combos was known to aficionados – originated as library music. A humble term, but one that indicates music recorded to accompany radio and later television shows, to act as jingles or simply provide musical interludes. They all date from December 1970. These records had no commercial release and weren’t available in stores. That’s one of the reasons why they were viewed with some disdain. Yet they were important for allowing musicians to earn a living, especially among what Franco D’Andrea, remembering his early years, calls «the first [Italian] generation to realise, despite all the obstacles, that being a Jazz musician could be a profession». And even more, these records were a way to spread Jazz beyond the small Jazz clubs and to ensure that, while hardly realising it, more people became acquainted with this music. It reached a wide audience as a background for various forms of popular entertainment.

2LP + CD
H602: A1 Mick B1 Corton A2 Valba B2 Invertime A3 Plinius B3 El Gato A4 Maglione B4 Local Times A5 Muy B5 From Me
H603: C1 Gum D1 The Jolly C2 Gold Mine D2 E’ Molto Facile C3 Glaucus D3 Mercury C4 Pick Up D4 Costa Dell’Ovest C5 Washington Bridge D5 Transistor

Personnel:
Gianni Basso – tenor sax, clarinet
Oscar Valdambrini – trumpet
Ettore Righello – piano
Giorgio Azzolini – bass
Lionello Bionda – drums

H602 recorded in Milan 11/12/1970
H603 recorded in Milan 16/12/1970
Informations taken from dictionary of
Italian Jazz Personnell Available from 21.11.2014

Wayne Carter – Mad Mouth Woman / Wahoo, Wahoo, Wahoo
Thursday, February 13th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Wayne Carter – Mad Mouth Woman / Wahoo, Wahoo, Wahoo

Image: 1587188 In the early 1970s Wayne Carter recorded these two beautiful sides together with drummer Virgil “Pat” Patton and saxophonist Luther Taylor. Wayne was a Supper Club musician, which meant, “Funk was not permitted.” This standard precluded him from selling his record at gigs. So he tucked his records away, handing out a few to friends and family without any professional distribution. This is probably the reason why any of his three 45rpm singles are so damn hard to find nowadays. It was high-time for a re-issue of his two finest recordings, and here you go!

“Wahoo, Wahoo, Wahoo” and “Mad Mouth Woman“ are also featured on the 12” EP “Wayne Carter & the Organ Twisters” (Mootrey’s Studio MS-9022).

Key-selling points:
– original label artwork
– limited to 333 hand-numbered copies
– officially licensed

Tracklisting

1. Mad Mouth Woman
2. Wahoo, Wahoo, Wahoo Available from 24.01.2014

Jonwayne – Rap Album One (Stones Throw)
Monday, November 4th, 2013 | Tags: , ,
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Jonwayne’s rap album featuring Jon on the raps and on the beats, with Scoop DeVille, Zeroh, D-Styles, Mndsgn. The record cover is a cracker. Mixed & mastered by Daddy Kev. Design by Jeff Jank.

CD STH2325 / 2LP+MP3 STH2325LP
Release: 01-11-13
Los Angeles rapper Jonwayne is set to release his official debut album “Rap Album One” on Stones Throw
Monday, October 28th, 2013 | Tags: , ,
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In around 2008, Jonathan Wayne entered the Los Angeles music scene by way of the scene-defining club Low End Th­eory. He came up alongside a new generation of hip-hop beatmakers: Flying Lotus, Gaslamp Killer, Nosaj ­Thing, Kutmah, and Daedelus. Fresh out of high school, Jonwayne jumped in with homemade rap mixtapes and immersed himself in […]

Masanori Ikeda – The Loud Works Sampler
Monday, October 7th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Masanori Ikeda – The Loud Works Sampler

Image: 1582463 PRE-ORDER ONLY, DEADLINE 06.07 / A-Side (45 RPM) A1.Fantom Finger B-Side (33 RPM) B1.Mu B2.City Lights (Album Version)

Here’s 1st collaboration of x !!

Here introduce LTD 12inch by dance music scene’s fame Masanori Ikeda ‘s forthcoming CD album ?The Loud Works?!!

Masanori Ikeda is well known as releasing in the name of Mansfield from readymade international,and he has big career for Japanese music scene.He also has big respect as DJ by underground dance music scene,with his eclectic style.And breakthrough the disco ,deep house,techno..to rare groove scene!!
And he also well known as great vinyl digger …he used to work at London’s fame record music shop.

And now he releasing new EP with collaboration of and ,

On the A-Side features fusion cosmic deep house try called ?Fanton Finger?.This track features fantastic keyboard play by Takumi Kaneko from ‘s live instrumental dance jam group CRO-MAGNON.
On the driving house groove,there features great fusion of disco and jazz electric sound .It must be new phase of live instrumental deep fusion house!!

On the flip side features 2tracks called ?Mu?and ?City Lights?!!?Mu?delivers fresh and worm piano chords with jazzy and disco tech taste on the tribal feel deep house groove!!This must be big stuff for the peak time dance floor!!And ?City Lights?is the cover of Will Picket’s ibiza balearic classic!! Starting with swell sound,their features breezy guitar refrain on the mid percussive groove,and adding mellow balearic feel keys and synths phrase /refrain .And male vocal make heart full feeling with beautiful melody line.

This EP must be big stuff for dance music scene

Quite Limited real ease

Don’t miss this Available from 18.10.2013

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