The series started 17 years ago and is forever associated with Manchester’s much-missed Hideaway Club. But New Breed R&B has never had a vinyl outing. Until now that is, with this new release from Kent.
You can always rely on an Ace Records compilation to deliver the goods, so the Let’s Do The Boogaloo CD and vinyl should be well worth picking up.
This is a huge release for Kent and Ace. We’re talking the vinyl release of Modernists: Modernism’s Sharpest Cuts.
This definitely looks like a winner, with Birth Of Soul – Special Detroit Edition 1961-64 heading out via the Kent label.
Liking the look of this, which is the This Is Fame 1964 – 1968 compilation on the Kent label.
A lot of Georgie Fame out there right now. The box set is pretty much a must buy and the Georgie Fame Heard Them Here First compilation via Ace looks fascinating too. Tip of the hat to @monkeypicks for letting us know.
A cracking looking album on the horizon, that being Modernists – A Decade Of Rhythm & Soul Dedication on the Kent label.
Interesting compilation just popped up on the Ace Records site, specifically DJ Snowboy Presents The Good Foot on BGP.