2nd album skews away from their straight-up Miles knock-off, to encorporate a kitchen sink full of world-instruments, electronics, & rockisms, resulting in a miasma of instrumentals that's a bit hard to pin down (in a good way).
Richenel from the Netherlands, whose lost tracks get dusting off w/6 tracks of funkified lo fi bliss. Originally released on obscure Dutch cassette label Fetisj in 1982. Selection from original cassette as well as alternative versions & 2 previously unre
2 hot dance floor burners of gems from legendary vibes master. (A) club instrumental in 'Funk In The Hole' w/driving driving electronic keys accompanied by funky breakbeat brass stabs & strings. (B) sultry personification of sexy soulfulness ''Liquid Love
Absolute killer R&B with the eponymous 'Sweet Pea', a crude guitar and harp led groover with a twisting shuffle rhythm which for some reason was never originally issued, meaning that it appears on 45rpm vinyl here.
Elusive & mysterious Philadelphian musician's oddball funk biz from late 80s/early 90s. Recorded w/DIY aesthetic & presence of gospel/RnB, unique take on soul/funk reflects rawness that stands in contrast to slick over-produced soul of that era