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Soul Jazz Records is a British-based record label. The label started in the 1990s, releasing compilation albums of predominantly black music, including reggae, soul and jazz. The label has since expanded its style, and has released further compilations of post-punk, electronica and world music, alongside a number of artist studio albums and singles.

Album releases on the label include The World of Arthur Russell, The Sexual Life of the Savages, A Tom Moulton Mix and That's My Beat.

Contents

Albums

SJR17 London Jazz Classics 2

SJR19 Soul Jazz Love Strata-East

SJR20 Jessica Lauren - Siren Song

SJR22 Brasil

SJR23 Esperanto - Esperanto

SJR26 London Jazz Classics 3

SJR27 Universal Sounds of America

SJR29 Nu Yorica!

Nu Yorica is the name of a series of music compilations on British Soul Jazz Records label. It celebrated the musical component of the Nuyorican Movement. See Nuyorican, Nuyorican Soul, New York music.

Nu Yorica! Culture Clash In New York City: Experiments In Latin Music 1970-77 (1996)

1. Ocho - What Are You Doing For The Rest Of Your Life? 2. Gumbo - Cortijo Y Su Maquina Del Tiempo - Gumbo 3. Cachao - La Trompeta Y La Flauta 4. Ricardo Marrero & The Group - Babalonia 5. Harlem River Drive - Harlem River Drive Theme 6. Stone Alliance - Amigos 7. Joe Bataan- Latin Strut 8. Grupo Folklorico Y Experimental Nuevayorquino - Anabacoa 9. Tempo 70 - El Galleton 10. Eddie Palmieri - Un Dia Bonita 11. Cortijo Y Su Maquina Del Tiempo - Carnaval 12. Ocho - Coco May May 13. Harlem River Drive - Idle Hands 14. BOBBY VINCE PAUNETTO - LITTLE RICO: LITTLE RICO'S THEME 15. Joe Bataan - Aftershower Funk 16. Machito Orchestra - Macho

SJR32 Chris Bowden - Time Capsule

SJR34 Faith

SJR36 Nu Yorica 2!

1. Ray Barretto - Together 2. Tito Puente - Oye Como Va 3. Tito Rodriguez - Descarga Cachao 4. Ray Barretto - [Acid] 5. Harvey Averne - The Word 6. Joe Cuba - El Pito 7. Mongo Santamaria - Druma Kuyi 8. Machito - Tanga 9. Eddie Palmieri - My Spiritual Indian 10. Arsenio Rodriguez - Se Formoel Bochinche 11. Tito Puente - Tito On Timbalas 12. Mama Geula - Tito Rodriguez 13. ORCHESTRA HARLOW - HORSIN' UP 14. Eddie Palmieri - Que Suene La Orquesta 15. Sabu Martinez - The Oracle 16. Joe Bataan - Riot

SJR37 Batucada Capoeira

SJR38 Grupo Oba-Ilu - Santeria

SJR39 Chicano Power!

SJR40 100% Dynamite!

SJR41 200% Dynamite!

SJR42 Barrio Nuevo

SJR43 300% Dynamite!

SJR45 Nu Yorica Roots!

SJR46 400% Dynamite!

SJR47 New Orleans Funk

SJR48 Studio One Rockers

SJR49 Philadelphia Roots

SJR50 Studio One Soul

SJR52 Osunlade - Paradigm

SJR53 Saturday Night Fish Fry: New Orleans Funk and Soul

SJR55 500% Dynamite!

SJR56 Studio One Roots

SJR57 In the Beginning There Was Rhythm

SJR58 Studio One DJ's

SJR59 Sandoz - Chant To Jah

SJR60 A Certain Ratio - Early

SJR62 Mantronix - That's My Beat

That's My Beat is a compilation album by hip hop/electo funk musician, Kurtis Mantronik and features tracks selected by Mantronik and cited as influences to his work with his hip hop/electro funk group Mantronix. The album was released on the Soul Jazz Records label in 2002.


  1. "High Powered Rap" - The Crash Crew (1:53)
  2. "Computer Games" - Yellow Magic Orchestra (5:51)
  3. "Get On Up And Do It Again" - Suzi Q (5:57)
  4. "Pleasure Boys" - Visage (7:32)
  5. "That's The Joint" - Funky 4 Plus 1 (9:20)
  6. "There but for the Grace of God Go I" - Machine (5:14)
  7. "Bostich" - Yello (4:33)
  8. "Super Rhymes" - Jimmy Spicer (4:59)
  9. "Beatbox" - Art of Noise (8:31)
  10. "I Hear Music In The Streets" - Unlimited Touch (6:46)
  11. "Riot In Lagos" - Ryuichi Sakamoto (5:38)
  12. "It's Yours" - T La Rock (4:16)

SJR64 ESG - Step Off

SJR65 A Certain RatioB-Sides, Sessions & Rarities

SJR66 Hustle! Reggae Disco

Studio One Showcase albums, disco mix

Hustle! Reggae Disco (2002) is a compilation album by Soul Jazz Records featuring reggae covers of disco songs.

1. Ring My Bell 2. Don't Stop Till You Get Enough - Trinity 3. I'm Every Woman 4. Don't Let It Go to Your Head 5. Reggae Beat Goes On 6. Rapper's Delight - Xanadu & Sweet Lady, 7. Upside Down 8. Be Thankful for What You Got - One Blood

The originals are

1 Anita Ward - Ring My Bell 2 Michael Jackson - Don't Stop Till You Get Enough 3 Chaka Khan - I'm Every Woman 4 Jean Carn - Don't Let It Go To Your Head 5 The Whispers - And The Beat Goes On 6 Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight 7 Diana Ross - Upside Down 8 William DeVaughn - Be Thankful For What You've Got

SJR67 Studio One Scorcher

SJR68 Studio One Story

SJR72 Miami Sound

SJR74 Nice Up the Dance

SJR76 Joe Gibbs - Joe Gibbs Productions

SJR77 New York Noise

A1 –Liquid Liquid Optimo 2:42 A2 –ESG You Make No Sense 2:20 A3 –Konk Baby Dee 6:02 A4 –The Contortions Contort Yourself 4:23 B1 –Material Reduction 5:26 B2 –Lizzy Mercier Descloux Wawa 2:21 B3 –Rammellzee Vs K.Rob* Beat Bop 6:32 B4 –Bush Tetras Can't Be Funky 2:43 C1 –Glenn Branca Lesson No. 1 8:13 C2 –The Bloods Button Up 3:05 C3 –DNA (4) 5:30 1:10 C4 –Dinosaur L Clean On Your Bean#1 4:45 D1 –Theoretical Girls You Got Me 4:00 D2 –The Dance Do Dada 3:08 D3 –Mars (4) Helen Fordsdale 2:30 D4 –Defunkt Defunkt 6:24

SJR80 Jackie Mittoo and The Soul Brothers - Last Train To Skaville

SJR82 British Hustle

The 2003 album British Hustle: the Sound of British Jazz Funk 1974 to 1982, compiles tracks by some of the above artists.

1 –Hi-Tension British Hustle 6:41 2 –Olympic Runners Solar Heat 6:36 3 –Heatwave Put The Word Out 6:36 4 –Freeez Southern Freeez 5:41 5 –The Real Thing Children Of The Ghetto / Stanhope Street 8:54 6 –Kandidate What Are You Gonna Do? 3:22 7 –Atmosfear Dancing In Outer Space 5:36 8 –Central Line Don't Tell Me 5:34 9 –Gonzalez Saocco 6:49 10 –Light Of The World London Town 3:31 11 –Imagination Burning Up 4:40 12 –Beggar & Co. Somebody Help Me Out 7:18 13 –FBI (4) Talking About Love 6:26

The album has extensive sleeve notes charting the history of jazz-funk in the UK, and provides a good sample of British jazz-funk.

SJR83 Arthur Russell - The World of Arthur Russell

SJR84 600% Dynamite!

SJR85 Studio One Ska

SJR88 Hu Vibrational - Beautiful

SJR89 Studio One Dub

SJR90 Konk - The Story of Konk

SJR91 Ammon Contact - Beat Tape Remixes

SJR93 Chicago Soul

SJR94 Bell - Seven Types of Six

SJR96 Studio One Classics

SJR97 Studio One Funk

SJR98 The Sound of Philadelphia

SJR100 The Gallery

SJR101 Burning Spear - Sounds from the Burning Spear

SJR102 Studio One Disco Mix

SJR104 Sugar Minott - Sugar Minott at Studio One

SJR105 Spirits of Life - Haitian Vodou

SJR107 Soul Gospel

SJR110 New Thing!

SJR111 Acid

SJR112 The Sexual Life of the Savages

SJR113 Mark Stewart - Kiss the Future

SJR114 Studio One Roots 2

SJR115 Microsolutions #1

SJR116 Studio One Lovers

SJR117 Mercenárias - The Beginning of the End of the World

SJR118 Tropicalia

SJR120 Tom Moulton - A Tom Moulton Mix

1-1 –Eddie Kendricks Keep On Truckin (A Tom Moulton Mix) (Unreleased Version) 11:14 1-2 –Al Downing I'll Be Holding On (A Tom Moulton Mix) (Unreleased Acetate 12" Version) 4:12 1-3 –B.T. Express Peace Pipe (A Tom Moulton Mix) 5:58 1-4 –Don Downing Dreamworld (A Tom Moulton Mix) 4:35 1-5 –Patti Jo Make Me Believe In You (A Tom Moulton Mix) 7:12 1-6 –Clara Lewis Needing You (A Tom Moulton Mix) 4:32 1-7 –South Shore Commission Free Man (A Tom Moulton Mix) (Unreleased Acetate 12" Version) 7:19 1-8 –Camouflage (5) You've Got The Power (A Tom Moulton Mix) (12" Promo Only Version) 7:44 2-1 –Andrea True Connection More, More, More, Pt. I (A Tom Moulton Mix) (12" Promo Only Version) 6:17 2-2 –Detroit Emeralds Feel The Need In Me (A Tom Moulton Mix) (12" Promo Only Version) 7:02 2-3 –O.R.S. (Orlando Riva Sound) Moonboots (A Tom Moulton Mix) (12" Promo Only Version) 9:31 2-4 –MFSB Love Is The Message (A Tom Moulton Mix) 11:27 2-5 –Udell* Won't You Try (A Tom Moulton Mix) (12" Promo Only Version) 5:34 2-6 –Grace Jones La Vie En Rose (A Tom Moulton Mix) (12" Promo Only Version) 7:26 2-7 –Isaac Hayes Moonlight Loving (Menage A Trois) (A Tom Moulton Mix) 9:58 2-8 –The Lovers (10) Lip Service (A Tom Moulton Mix) (12" Promo Only Version) 5:42

SJR121 Studio One Women

SJR122 Steve Reid Ensemble - Spirit Walk

SJR125 Big Apple Rappin'

SJR126 New York Noise Vol. 2

A1 –Pulsallama Ungawa Pt. 2 4:57 A2 –Mofungo Hunter Gatherer 2:42 A3 –Red Transistor Not Bite 3:48 A4 –Vortex Original Soundtrack Black Box Disco 5:29 B1 –Certain General Back Downtown 1:58 B2 –Sonic Youth I Dreamed I Dream 5:19 B3 –Rhys Chatham Drastic Classicism 7:49 C1 –Clandestine With Ned Sublette Radio Rhythm (Dub) 5:48 C2 –Glorious Strangers Move It Time 3:02 C3 –Felix (2) Tiger Stripes 6:54 C4 –The Del-Byzanteens With Jim Jarmusch My Hands Are Yellow (From The Job That I Do) 3:11 D1 –Don King Tanajura 3:07 D2 –Jill Kroesen I Am Not Seeing That You Are Here 3:03 D3 –UT Sham Shack 4:23 D4 –The Static With Glenn Branca My Relationship 3:11 D5 –Y Pants Favorite Sweater 2:29

SJR127 Sound Dimension - Jamaica Soul Shake Vol. 1

SJR128 Studio One Soul 2

SJR129 Soul Gospel Vol. 2

SJR130 Sandoz - Live in the Earth

SJR132 Rekid - Made in Menorca

SJR133 The Sisters Love - Give Me Your Love

SJR136 Tumba Francesa - Afro-Cuban Music from the Roots

SJR137 Studio One DJ's 2

SJR138 ESG - Keep On Moving

SJR139 Hu Vibrational - Universal Mother

SJR140 Sand - The Dalston Shroud

SJR143 Studio One Scorcher 2

SJR144 Cinco Anos Despue (5 Years On)

SJR146 Dynamite! Dancehall Style

SJR147 New York Noise Vol. 3

A1 –Implog She Creatures 4:44 A2 –Ike Yard Loss 7:24 A3 –Dark Day Nudes In The Forest 2:49 B1 –Boris Policeband* Tow Away 1:40 B2 –Implog Holland Tunnel Dive 7:39 B3 –James Blood Ulmer TV Blues 4:32 C1 –Martin Rev Temptation 7:15 C2 –UT Ampheta Speak 2:15 C3 –Dark Day Hands In The Dark 2:20 C4 –Boris Policeband* On The Beat 0:19 C5 –Ike Yard A Dull Life 5:26 D1 –UT Tell It 4:43 D2 –Judy Nylon Jailhouse Rock 3:46 D3 –Snatch (3) Black Market 5:11 D4 –Dominatrix The City That Never Sleeps 4:44

SJR148 Studio One Rude Boy

SJR150 ESG - Come Away With...

SJR151 Studio One Groups

SJR153 Do It Yourself

SJR154 Studio One Rub-a-dub

SJR156 Studio One Kings

SJR158 New York Latin Hustle!

SJR159 Rumble in the Jungle

SJR161 Box of Dub — Dubstep and Future Dub

SJR162 Drums of Cuba — Afro-Cuban Music From the Roots

SJR164 Brazil 70 - After Tropicalia

SJR166 Studio One Dub Vol. 2

SJR167 ESG - A South Bronx Story 2 - Collector's Edition: Rarities

SJR168 Studio One Roots Vol. 3

SJR170 Soul Jazz Records Singles 2006-2007

SJR171 Jamaica Funk — Original Jamaican Soul and Funk 45's

SJR172 Box of Dub 2 - Dubstep and Future Dub

SJR173 Sound Dimension - Mojo Rocksteady Beat

SJR177 An England Story

SJR178 Steppas' Delight — Dubstep Present to Future

SJR185 New Orleans Funk Vol.2

SJR186 Tetine - LET YOUR X'S BE Y'S

SJR188 Secondo - A Matter of Scale

SJR190 Ragga Twins - Ragga Twins Step Out

SJR191 Art Ensemble Of Chicago - Les Stances A Sophie - A Motion Picture Soundtrack

SJR194 Soul Jazz Records Singles 2008-2009

SJR196 Dancehall — The Rise of Jamaican Dancehall Culture

SJR201 Dub Echoes

SJR202 Subway - Subway II

SJR204 100% Dynamite! NYC: Dancehall Reggae Meets Rap In New York City

SJR206 Fly Girls

hip hop, women's music

Fly Girls! (full title Soul Jazz Presents Fly Girls: B Boys Beware - Revenge of the Super Female Rappers) is a music compilation of female rap artists that celebrates the genre's 30th anniversary. It was released by Soul Jazz Records in November 2008.

The history of female rap on record begins in 1979 in New York City as the clamour of the city’s artists, record companies and producers strove to make it onto vinyl in the wake of The Sugarhill Gang’s squillion-selling hit, "Rappers Delight"[1] – released that year on the former soul singer Sylvia Robinson’s Sugarhill Records. It would be the Winley family - comprising sisters Tanya, Paulette - who made the first female rap record produced by their mother Ann and released on their father’s label, Paul Winley Records.

Aside from the singing/rap styles that earlier soul artists such as Aretha Franklin[2], Shirley Ellis[3], Millie Jackson[4] and Laura Lee[5] would occasionally adopt in their songs, female rap (like rap itself) had its antecedents in the groundbreaking black poetry of the 60s and 70s with radical, free-thinking poets such as Nikki Giovanni[6], Camille Yarborough[7] and Sarah Webster Fabio[8] - all of whom are included here – vocalising hitherto unheard expressions of female and black self-determination in their work. These strong, educated, political women not only led the way stylistically but also helped define how a female artist could make their own career path - weaving creativity, politics and family in a way that Missy Elliott[9], Queen Latifah[10] and others have since followed - establishing the boundary-breaking career paths of many female artists in rap. Hip-hop is a culture of which music is only a part; nowadays (and to an extent from the very beginning) the most successful female hip-hop artist is often singer, DJ, actress, manager, political and social agitator and more in multiple combinations.

Hip-hop’s story begins in the tenement blocks and community centres of the South Bronx. In the first three years-or-so history of hip-hop (1976-9) - before the first rap records were made - aspiring female artists could watch onstage the early female MC role models of Sha-Rock (the first female MC in the group Funky Four Plus One[11]) or the Mercedes Ladies[12] (the first female MC and DJ crew). With Tanya and Paulette Winley’s ‘Rappin and Rhymin’ on vinyl by 1979 it would not be until the following year that the first all-female crew made it onto vinyl when The Sequence[13] (featuring a then unknown Angie Stone) was astutely signed, once again, by Sylvia Robinson to Sugarhill Records.

Robinson was not the only woman on the business side of hip-hop. There was Kool Lady Blue who first brought rap out of the Bronx and into downtown NYC at the Roxy nightclub and also later managed The Rocksteady Crew. Monica Lynch who rose to head of A and R and president of Tommy Boy Records, and later vice-president of Warners, comments that because hip-hop was new it did not have the hierarchy of the traditional music industry and women were thus able to move more easily into executive roles. Later, as we shall see, many of the artists moved into the business themselves taking control of their careers and aiding others.

Roxanne Shante is certainly the first female rapper to make a career out of her music. Shante and fellow Queens-resident and producer Marley Marl fought their corner for both their borough (taking on Boogie Down Productions and the Bronx) and anyone else who dared call themselves ‘Roxanne’ in a slanging-match known as The Roxanne Wars[14]. This verbal jousting had its antecedents dating back to the ‘dozens’ of the playground and tower-block (‘Your mother is a …’, ‘No, your mother is a …’) and to the Griot storytellers of Africa. Roxanne Shante, and many others here, effortlessly subverted this - and many other - male-dominated traditions to create and re-write new histories.

Tracklisting

Disc: 1 1. You're Goin' Down - JJ Fad 2. Get Off Your Ass And Jam - Anquette 3. Pump Up The Bass - Princess MC 4. Vicious Rap - Winley, Tanya 5. I Got Da Feelin' - Sweet Tee 6. Ego Tripping - Giovanni, Nikki 7. Cha Cha Cha - MC Lyte 8. B-Boys Beware - 2 Sisters 9. Success - Cookie Crew 10. Simon Says - The Sequence 11. Paper Thin - Bahamadia 12. I Can't Stop - Sparky Dee 13. Ladies First - Queen Latifah 14. To The Beat Y'all - Lady B 15. Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) - Elliott, Missy 16. Sucker DJs - Dimples D 17. Give It A Rest - She Rockers 18. Bite This - Shante, Roxanne Disc: 2 1. Bite This - Various Artists 2. Give It A Rest - Various Artists 3. Ladies First - Various Artists 4. Paper Thin - Various Artists 5. Success - Various Artists 6. To The Beat - Various Artists 7. I Cant Stop - Various Artists 8. Untitled - Various Artists

SJR213 Deutsche Elektronische Musik

SJR214 Can You Dig It? The Music And Politics Of Black Action Films 1968-75

SJR219 Freedom, Rhythm & Sound - Revolutionary Jazz & The Civil Rights Movement 1963-82

SJR222 Steppas' Delight 2

SJR226 135 Grand Street New York 1979

SJR229 Riddim Box - Excursions In The UK Funky Underground

SJR230 Rara In Haiti

SJR234 Future Bass

SJR236 Invasion Of The Mysteron Killer Sounds

SJR239 Bossa Nova And The Rise Of Brazilian Music In The 1960s

SJR242 Brazil Bossa Beat ! Bossa Nova And The Story Of Elenco Records, Brazil

SJR243 Delta Swamp Rock - Sounds From The South

SJR244 The Black Caribs Of Belize

SJR246 The Lijadu Sisters - Afro-beat Soul Sisters

SJR248 The Legendary Studio One Records

SJR253 Harmony, Melody & Style - Lovers Rock In The UK 1975-1992

SJR254 Jende Ri Palenge

SJR255 Voguing And The House Ballroom Scene Of New York City 1976-96

SJR256 Studio One Sound

SJR258 Country Soul Sisters

SJR259 Delta Swamp Rock Volume 2 - More Sounds From The South

SJR260 Studio One Ironsides

SJR265 Deutsche Elektronische Musik 2

SJR266 Acid - Mysterons Invade The Jackin' Zone

SJR267 Country Soul Sisters Vol.2

SJR268 New Orleans Funk Vol.3

SJR269 New Orleans Soul

SJR270 Inner City Beat! - Detective Themes, Spy Music And Imaginary Thrillers

SJR271 Studio One Ska Fever! More Ska Sounds From Sir Coxsone's Downbeat 1962-65

SJR272 Punk 45: Kill The Hippies! Kill Yourself! The American Nation Destroys Its Young, Vol. 1

SJR274 Calypso: Musical Poetry In The Caribbean 1955-69

SJR275 Gipsy Rhumba

SJR277 Studio One Rocksteady

SJR278 Punk 45: There Is No Such Thing As Society. Get a Job, Get a Car, Get a Bed, Get Drunk!, Vol. 2

SJR279 Punk 45: Sick On You! One Way Spit! After the Love & Before the Revolution, Vol. 3

SJR281 Studio One Dancehall - Sir Coxsone in the Dance: The Foundation Sound

SJR286 No Seattle: Forgotten Sounds of the North-West Grunge Era 1986-97

SJR287 Gwo Ka: Music of Guadeloupe, West Indies

SJR288 Black Fire! New Spirits: Radical And Revolutionary Jazz In The U.S.A 1957-82

SJR289 Disco: A Fine Selection of Independent Disco, Modern Soul and Boogie 1978-82

A1 –Sympho-State You Know What I Like 5:58 A2 –The Fantastic Aleems* Featuring Corky Hodges Movin' To The Beat 6:42 B1 –Something Extra Sexy Lady 5:04 B2 –Stwange Poweple Get Up (Let's Rock) 9:36 C1 –Chemistry (8) Skateboard 6:06 C2 –Cirt Gill & The Jam-A-Ditty Band* Turn This Disco Out 5:53 C3 –Sugar Bear Johnson When Your Jones Come Down 6:43 D1 –Retta Young* My Man Is On His Way 6:44 D2 –The Imperials Fast Freddie The Roller Disco King 6:12 D3 –Cordial (2) Wave 6:12

SJR290 Degrees of Shade: Hot Jump-Up Island Sounds from the Caribbean

SJR299 Punk 45: Burn, Rubber City, Burn - Akron, Ohio: Punk and the Decline of the Mid-West 1975-80

SJR302 Popol Vuh - Kailash

SJR307 Sounds of the Universe: Art + Sound 2012-15, Vol. 1

SJR309 Nu Yorica! (Reissue, Remastered)

SJR311 Disco 2: A Further Fine Selection of Independent Disco, Modern Soul and Boogie 1976-80

SJR312 Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83

SJR321 100% Dynamite! (Reissue)

SJR322 Hieroglyphic Being - The Acid Documents

SJR323 Coxsone's Music: The First Recordings Of Sir Coxsone The Downbeat 1960-62

SJR324 Studio One Dub Fire Special

SJR325 Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari - Tales of Mozambique

SJR326 Studio One Showcase: The Sound Of Studio One In The 1970s

SJR328 New York Noise (Reissue)

SJR329 Punk 45: Chaos In The City Of Angels And Devils - Punk In Los Angeles 1977-81

SJR331 Count Ossie & The Rasta Family - Man From Higher Heights

SJR332 Coxsone's Music 2: The Sound Of Young Jamaica

SJR333 Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being & Noleian Reusse) - K.M.T.

SJR334 Boombox 1: Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro, And Disco Rap 1979-82

SJR335 Venezuela 70 - Cosmic Visions Of A Latin American Earth

SJR341 Nigeria Freedom Sounds!

SJR344 Nigeria Soul Fever

SJR345 Betty Harris - The Lost Queen Of New Orleans Soul

SJR346 Tee Mac - Night Illusion

SJR354 Punk 45: Les Punks - The French Connection

SJR355 New Orleans Funk Vol.4

SJR367 Studio One Rocksteady Vol.2

SJR368 Hustle! Reggae Disco (Reissue, Expanded)

SJR369 LaraajiCelestial Vibration (Reissue)

SJR370 Boombox 2: Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro, And Disco Rap 1979-82

SJR371 Vodou Drums In Haiti 2

SJR373 Lloyd McNeill Quartet – Asha (Reissue)

SJR374 Lloyd McNeill Quartet - Washington Suite

SJR375 The Skatalites - Independence Ska And The Far East Sound

SJR392 Space, Energy & Light - Experimental Electronic And Acoustic Soundscapes 1961-88

SJR393 Soul Of A Nation: Afro-Centric Visions in the Age of Black Power

SJR394 Hierogyphic Being - The Red Notes

SJR396 Studio One Supreme: Maximum 70s & 80s Early Dancehall Sounds

SJR398 Black Man's Pride

SJR399 Yoruba! - Songs & Rhythms For The Yoruba Gods In Nigeria

SJR401 Dancehall (2017 Edition Reissue): The Rise Of Jamaican Dancehall Culture

SJR402 Deutsche Elektronische Musik 3

SJR405 Brasil (Reissue, Remastered)

SJR409 Deutsche Elektronische Musik (2018 Edition Reissue)

SJR411 Boombox 3: Early Independent Hip Hop, Electro, And Disco Rap 1979-83

SJR412 Nigeria Fuji Machine - Synchro Sound System & Power

SJR424 Black Man's Pride 2




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