Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

Now Playing – the sounds of the last seven days (and nights) at OTR HQ

Various “Personal Space: Electronic Soul 1974-1984” (Chocolate Industries) Deep, fascinating electronic soul cuts which sound so ahead of their time. Check out “All About Money” from Spontaneous Overthrow Only Real “Backseat Kissers” (ASL) Sunny bubblegum pop and sweet-as hip-hop vibes …

Fri, Jan 11, 2013, 09:00

   

Various “Personal Space: Electronic Soul 1974-1984” (Chocolate Industries)

Deep, fascinating electronic soul cuts which sound so ahead of their time. Check out “All About Money” from Spontaneous Overthrow

Only Real “Backseat Kissers” (ASL)

Sunny bubblegum pop and sweet-as hip-hop vibes from west London.

Kelan Philip Cohran & The Hynotic Brass Ensemble “S/T” (Honest Jons)

It’s a family affair with the veteran jazzer and his Hypnotic sons at large. Album streaming in full here.

Bobbi Humphrey “Blacks and Blues” (Blue Note)

Vintage jazz-funk from 1973 with the Mizell brothers working their magic on Humphrey’s sound.

Traxman “Da Mind Of Traxman” (Planet Mu)

The wild, intoxicating sound of Chicago footwork from Cornelius Fergsuon.

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