Dany Delmin goes funky disco! His rarest production, with cool version of "Do The Bus Stop", "Too Hot To Trot" and "Blame It On The Boogie".
"Doubout"!! Killer slice of afro funk by Mister Alan Shelly. Catchy as hell from start to finish, and released on the super confidential Jojo l'explosif micro label, making it very rare.
Monster crossover afro psych funk coming from Madagascar. "Soul Sabattah" is an hypnotic slice of groove with demented guitar solo and that spooky drums breakdown at the end. Surely a one to be trainspotted as soon as you drop it at the party. Ultra obscure and probably very rare.
Classic soul funk breaks! Check the massive "Corey Died In The Battlefield" and "Soul Soul Soul". French gatefold press in superb condition.
'78 compilation including the massive dancefloor tune "Rock Creek Park", simply one of my all time rare groove favourite! Cover partially in shrink, record looks untouched.
French press of this Florida classic originaly released on TK Records. Solid from start to finish, with the killer laid back groove of "I Can See Through You", "Party Freaks", "Funk It Up", and of course "Chicken Yellow", used by DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist on PRODUCT PLACEMENT.
Budget compilation featuring two of the best tracks from the JC PELLETIER STREAKING LP, the B-BOY favourite "Special Streaking" and "Nudes And Marines". Surface noises.
Classic deep funk breaks used by DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist on Brainfreeze. Nice picture sleeve French press.
Afro funxploitation recorded in the Parisian mythical Studio Davout. Check "High Stackers" as a taster. Unofficial reissue.
Monster afro psych funk double sider. The JB's efficiency melted with the so catchy african touch on vocals and guitar...Beautiful condition.
Rare promo single with the two best tracks from the band. Great psych rock-ish production by Claude Delcloo.
Great deep funk DJ tune on a nice French picture sleeve bag.
Monster soul funk classic with the mythical track "It's A New Day", and its opening break, sampled by countless producers, and ranked amonst the 5 greatest break of hip hop history. The whole LP is fine anyway and contains some superb soul funk tunes with always killer drumbreaks. That rare original french... CLICK TO READ MORE