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.
If you like the idea of some classic British R&B played by a band from the modern era, then you need The Shoots debut 7-inch on the Heavy Soul label.
This is a huge release for Kent and Ace. We’re talking the vinyl release of Modernists: Modernism’s Sharpest Cuts.
Yes, another in this series, with The Motown 7s Vinyl Box Volume 4 landing at the end of the month.
Celebrating 50 years, Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band Live at Klooks Kleek is back as a limited edition piece of vinyl.