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1-2 Weeks
01
Heem The Music Monsters Wake Up
05 :03
02
Barbara St. Claire Teacherman
03 :00
03
Billy Byrd Lost in the Crowd
02 :26
04 03 :38
05
Tobert I've Got It
04 :54
06 03 :16
07
Ellipsis People
02 :51
08
George Smallwood Rollercoaster
03 :02
09
Freak Life Goes On
03 :20
11
Barbara Lynn Mellow Feeling
03 :16
12
Big Apple Band Party & Get On Down
03 :49
14
Nate Calhoun Funktown
03 :57
15
Little Beaver Listen to My Heartbeat
03 :35
16 02 :59
18
Raw Soul Express The Way We Live
03 :39
19
Zebra Simple Song
03 :14
20
Fluorescent Smogg All My Life
03 :34
21
Kings Go Forth You're the One
04 :06
ARTIST
TITLE
Soul Spectrum Records Vol. 1
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
JMAN 053CD JMAN 053CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
3/5/2013

When it comes to making available once more lost, forgotten and overlooked soulful masterpieces, Jazzman's expertise is considered second to none. It's all about finding the artists and reconnecting them and the fans to their forgotten history. DJ Fryer has been researching this album of dancefloor soul from the late '70s and early '80s for the last four years, and Jazzman is finally able to present a double LP's worth of rare, obscure, and good dancefloor soul, rare boogie and soulful disco. To top it off, Ashley Beedle and Tom Noble offer up their remixing skills on a couple of tracks that just needed the extra tweak that linear editing prevented back in the day. The endless quest to discover lost, interesting music from the past is something of a calling to many. Record collectors and DJs will go without food and spend all their wages to own a single piece of vinyl. Many will travel around the world to towns and cities you would never choose to visit, happy spending nights in cheap hotels and days in musty old shops looking for that one lucky find, and it does happen, eventually, to all that make the effort. I make no claim to the discovery of any of these records contained here, but I nod my hat to those that did and will again in the future. "I have let good as well as rare music be the narrative on this LP. There are some records here that are relatively affordable and I encourage you to go out and find them on original 45s, and play them. Records should be heard, not archived -- keep the wonderful culture of playing 45s and 12"s alive." --DJ Fryer, December 2012