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.
If you want to get to know his early work, then the James Brown – You’ve Got The Power budget CD box set should be a good starting point for you.
Another potential gem from Ace Records, that being Planet Mod – Brit Soul, R&B And Freakbeat From The Shel Talmy Vaults, which lands in April.
Two immiment and one further down the road. We are talking The Graham Bond Organization heavyweight vinyl reissues.
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.
That was a title and a half. Probably appropriate as the Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band Big Time Operator box set is quite a substantial package as well as a limited edition.
The last of a quartet of compilations spotted this week, with the Popcorn Soul Party – Blended Soul And R&B 1958-62 vinyl being another from Outta Sight.
The Outta Sight label has a few interesting things in the pipeline, including the Back To The Beat – Rare Breed Rhythm & Soul 1956-62 vinyl.