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Ubiquity Records Releases Rare Funk & Soul Compilations For Fall 2015
Ubiquity Records Releases Rare Funk & Soul Compilations For Fall 2015

By JR on 5:25 PM

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"Super Cool is the second volume in our California Soul series and features music recorded between 1966 and 1982. Spanning eclectic genres from soul jazz, blues, heavy funk, modern soul, Northern soul, and disco, there’s even a ballad (previously unavailable on CD) from Luv N'Haight favorite Darondo."

"We searched harder and dug heavier for tracks on this second volume of the Bay Area Funk series. As with Volume One the musical spectrum spans from raw funk to gritty soul. This is the 50th release for Luv N'Haight records. Since 1990 we have been re-issuing rare and essential soul, funk and jazz records. We do this legally by finding the original artists. Our 50th release returns us to the Bay Area where the label began. Luv N'Haight was born out of the Groove Merchant record store on Haight Street in San Francisco and paved the way for the mother-label, Ubiquity records."
“Searching For Soul” is volume one in a series that will be as comprehensive and musically inclusive as is humanly possible, bearing in mind that the truly definitive guide to two decades of locally bred Michigan soul and funk would require the mining of a bottomless pit. Included are absolute rarities from The Black Aces of Soul and the Eyes of Ebony next to now funk classics by The Detroit Sex Machines. Most of these records have never been on CD, and you’d have to mortgage your house to buy all the originals."

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