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Yellowman – Reggae Legends (Box Set) (VP Records)
Monday, December 29th, 2008 | Tags: , ,
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Four quality sets from Yellowman (“Good Sex Guide”, “Blueberry Hill”, “Galong Galong Galong”, “In Bed With Yellowman”); produced by Bobby Digital, George Phang, Henry Junjo Lawes. Limited box-set.

4CD VPCD2395
Release: 09-01-09
FaltyDL – Heaven Is For Quitters
Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on FaltyDL – Heaven Is For Quitters

Image: 1607049 FaltyDL veröffentlicht sein neues Album “Heaven Is For Quitters” auf Blueberry Records. FaltyDL veröffentlichte bereits auf renommierten Labels wie 50 Weapons, Planet Mu, Rush Hour, Ramp und Ninja Tune. Auch auf seinem neuen Album macht er da weiter wo er mit seinen Vorgängern stehenblieb und bewegt sich erneut zwischen House und Elektronic

Available from 25.11.2016

Dego – Nuts!
Friday, August 22nd, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Dego – Nuts!

Whenever Dego releases a 12″ change occurs. Music changes. Producers switch gears. Panic sets in. Tidal-wave size ripples echo throughout time forcing shapes to be thrown and bodies to be bounced. Where words alone can not convey emotions, Dego speaks…

Brrd – Towers / Anointing
Thursday, October 10th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Brrd – Towers / Anointing

Brrd sent me a note, or a musical beacon in a very discreet small corner of the internet a few years ago. I followed it until I found as many tracks of his as I could wrap my head around. 30 tracks later and I have not had enough. Email correspondence…

Keb Darge – Best Of Legendary Deep Funk
Friday, September 16th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Keb Darge – Best Of Legendary Deep Funk

Image: 1605670 Fittingly enough, to celebrate BBE’s 20th year, we’ve asked Keb to select his greatest hits from the ‘Deep Funk’ series

Tracklist:
Side A:
King Tutt – You’ve Got Me Hung Up
Harris and Orr – Spread Love
Cross Bronx Expressway – Cross Bronx
Expressway
Soul Drifter – Funky Brother (Re-Edit)
Zebra – Simple Song
Side B:
Record Player – Free Your Mind
Fabulous Mark 3 – Psycho
The Chefs – Mr Machine (Re-Edit)
Dee Edwards – I Can Deal With That
Leon Gardner – Natural
Side C:
Family Of Eve – I Wanna Be Loved By You
Total Experience – Contradiction
Joe Washington – Blueberry Hill
Ronnie Keaton – Going Down For The Last Time
Fabulous Originals – It Ain’t Fun (Re-Edit)
Side D:
Sons Of The Kingdom – Modernization
Ramsey & Co – Love Call
Rickey Calloway – Tell Me
Golden Toadstools – Silly Savage
Sandi and Matues – World
Carleen & The Groovers – Can We Rap

Northern soul boy, crate digger and tastemaker, Keb Darge is a name which needs no introduction to lovers of rare music the world over. His ‘Legendary Deep Funk’ night at Soho’s seminal strip club turned music venue Madame Jojo’s introduced obscure dance-floor soul music to an eager London club crowd, sparking a global appetite for raw, visceral funk. Keb’s search for rare ‘45s took him across the globe, obsessively searching dollar bins, private collections and in some cases, artists homes to discover hidden gems recorded by local bands on regional record labels and pressed in tiny quantities. The rarity of the music combined with Keb’s exquisite ear and DJ ability meant that these records quickly became highly collectible (not to mention expensive) and even made ‘deep funk’ a recognized genre all its own. Keb’s passion paved the way for the modern funk revival, spearheaded by bands like The New Mastersounds & Quantic, even hitting the pop charts with the likes of Mark Ronson.
In 1997 BBE released the first of three compilation albums of ‘Legendary Deep Funk ’, among the first LPs issued by the label. Equally loved by fans and loathed by vinyl price-gougers, the music contained on these albums took the world by storm, offering a refreshing change from the same old well-loved funk tunes endlessly re-issued on cut-price comps. The music felt fresh, exciting, full of energy and more authentic than anything all but the most dedicated collectors had heard before. Fittingly enough, to celebrate BBE’s 20th year, we’ve asked Keb to select his greatest hits from the ‘Deep Funk’ series, presented on heavyweight vinyl, CD and digital formats. The compilation contains edits by Keb’s deep funk contemporaries Ian Wright & Kenny Dope, as well as standout tracks from over 20 years of ‘Legendary Deep Funk’.

Key selling points:
– Full press , radio & social media campaign
– Tracks taken from the long out of print
Legendary Deep Funk series featuring exclusive
edits from Kenny Dope & Ian Wright
– Part of an ongoing series of vinyl celebrating 20
years of BBE Available from 28.10.2016

Husky Rescue
Monday, January 22nd, 2007 | Tags: , ,
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Ghost Is Not Real” is the follow-up to Husky Rescue‘s acclaimed debut album “Country Falls” from 2004.

“Husky Rescue – how would I nail it down?” Marko Nyberg considers, sitting in a hotel in Seattle waiting for the tourbus to take him to the Portland, Oregon date of his band’s Lollapolooza jaunt across the USA. “It’s so far away from all those singer-songwriters who tell stories about things happening that start and end in the real world. In my music there’s no kind of end, I can’t describe my feelings that much and I can’t be sure what it feels like to be someone else.”

Thus Husky Rescue build big, if laid back, music that suggests every feeling Nyberg wants to convey without becoming bogged down in specifics; “an emotional ride with the lyrics opening a world around the music” is how he describes it. Their new album, “Ghost Is Not Real”, particularly, puts the squeeze on the emotions. Where Husky Rescue’s last album was easy-going to the core, soft focus at the edges even, the new one bites …

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