GRUPO AFRICA - Kila Kila (A)
BLACK PEPPER - You Keep Running Out of Gas (B)
An aptly named EXPLOSIVE 70s Dub Reggae club cut of gigantic proportions that has deeper roots than it's credited heritage. Backed with a more or less previously unknown piece of late 60s Female vocal lead Funky Soul par excellence. Another first ever 45 release from Sticky Records for the 'Black Pepper' track: Essential! Please take a listen and READ MORE HERE Sorry but now sold out.
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MANTECA - Cosas de Manteca (A)
- Gozando el Timbal (B)
INCREDIBLE PURE RHYTHM - The first ever 45 release for these two slices of heavyweight & obscure 1970s Afro-Cuban Percussion. Cosas de Manteca is an impeccable example of Latin Funk. The best tracks from this iconic figure of Cuban Percussion's very rare LP on a loud 45 for DJs - Perfect. Take a listen below and please click on READ MORE HERE Sorry but now sold out.
THE FABULOUS CAPRIS - Stagger Walk (A)
- In The Alley (B)
Sticky Records first release! - Two instrumentals by the Fabulous Capris, for the known history of this mysterious band, please click on READ MORE HERE To just cut to the chase, take a listen to the samples below. Sorry but now sold out.
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JEWEL BASS - I Tried it & I Liked it (A)
RICHARD STOUTE - What Bag I'm in (B)
An astounding and until now a very obscure 1973 Sister Funk cut from the Southern American Soul legend that is Jewel Bass, backed with a very seldom seen side of stunning & pounding male vocal lead Funky Soul out of early 70s Barbados from the man Richard Stoute. Loud pressed vinyl, ready for the DJ's and collectors alike. Please take a listen below and read the full background here.... READ MORE HERE
HAROLD MARTIN & LARRY YOUNG Jr. - Wild Fire (A)
- Wild Fire : Alternate Take (B)
Hand numbered & limited to 400 copies worldwide. A long lost, circa 1970 New Jersey recording from Larry Young Jr. & Harold Martin. A rather special & quite simply - such a beautiful piece of Jazz music. Hopelessly obscure on an original 45. Please take a listen below and read the full licensing story & the mystery surrounding this session....... READ MORE HERE (& the bit about audio quality too!)
Limited Edition - 400 Worldwide