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01
Mary Lou Williams The Credo
01 :39
02
Lee Mason Shady Blues
03 :03
03
Vanessa Kendrick 90% Of Me Is You
02 :26
04
Bill Swift Trio Daydreamin'
02 :32
05
Eddie Warner Devil's Anvil
01 :13
06
The Soul Lifters Hot Funky & Sweaty
02 :08
07
Los Brasilos Brasilian Beat
01 :34
08
J-Rocc Milk Break
00 :42
09
Soul Pleasers Baby Don't Cry
01 :41
10
The Third Guitar Baby Don't Cry
02 :44
11
Little Beaver/Sam Baker Do Right Man
02 :08
12
Andy Loore Mixed Drums
03 :00
13
Salah Ragab Neveen
02 :50
14
George Guzman Cacumen
02 :53
15
Noro Morales Soana
01 :49
16
Har-You Percussion Group Welcome To The Party
01 :28
17 02 :33
18
The Personations And Organisations Future II
00 :13
19
Gamith Darkness
02 :05
20 02 :37
21
Innersouls Just Take Your Time
02 :32
22
J-Rocc Break
00 :22
23 06 :00
24
Lorez Alexandria Baltimore Oriole
03 :08
25
Primitive Creation Of Music
02 :09
26
The Fabulous Originals It Ain't Fair But It's Fun
02 :17
27
Arthur Monday What Goes Around
00 :25
28
Wess & Airedales Black Out
01 :49
29
Communicators Band The Road
01 :55
30
Diedre Wilson Tabac Can't Keep From Crying
03 :06
ARTIST
TITLE
J-Rocc V. J-Man
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
JMAN 032CD JMAN 032CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
5/11/2010

Widely-considered to be the one of the world's best club DJs, J-Rocc teams up with Jazzman Records and unsurprisingly delivers one of the finest collaborative mixes to date. Digging deep into the 200+ catalog of tunes that is Jazzman and Funk 45, the Beat Junkie seamlessly flips up his own personal selection from the reissues that established the Jazzman labels as the leaders in the record world. Covering the entire spectrum from the start of Jazzman Records in the '90s, and across those genres that just sound better on wax, J-Rocc works as the designer that's been given the best tools in the trade, and the finished product doesn't disappoint. Undoubtedly one of the most important figures in the underground music scene today, Jazzman Gerald has released everything from electronic library treasures to hardcore deep funk bangers, ethnic modal jazz to forgotten soulful masterpieces. From a record stall in Camden, as a collector and seller he remains unparalleled, counting amongst his clientele Gilles Peterson, Madlib, Pete Rock, Cut Chemist, Kenny Dope and DJ Shadow. His reissue labels -- Funk 45, Soul 7 and Jazzman -- have flawlessly brought forgotten and unknown records to the modern day market, and limited runs and collaborations (such as the world's first Serato 7") has meant that Jazzman Records never strays far from the buyer's mind. J-Rocc is a man that needs no introduction. Party rocker, turntablist, collector, producer and general hip-hop icon, his blends, cuts and mixes are a DJ's blueprint. An old-school digger, J-Rocc's sets often turn up unknown beats and breaks, scoured from the bins of whatever country he happens to be playing in. So here's a relentless label at the top of its game, joining up with the undisputed king of the turntables. With a great deal of unspoken respect between the two parties, this harmonious collaboration not only rounds off what Jazzman is all about but also shows off the skills of J-Rocc, working as an introduction into two different worlds that cross-over whenever good music is involved. Artists include: Anthony Burns, Mary Lou Williams, Lee Mason, Vanessa Kendrick, Bill Swift Trio, Eddie Warner, Soul Lifters, Los Brasilios, Soul Pleasers, Third Guitar, Little Beaver/Sam Baker, Andy Loore, Salah Ragab, George Guzman, Noro Morales, Har-You Percussion Group, IRP-3, Personations & Organisation, Gamith, Della Reese, Innersouls, Nina Simone, Lorez Alexandria, Primitive, Fabulous Originals, Arthur Monday, Wess & The Airedales, Communicators Band, and Deirdre Wilson Tabac.