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  • Soulful Proclamation was the first and only LP to be released by Oklahoma band Messengers Incorporated, and it's glowing hues of psych-infused funk and soul has kept it's legacy burning bright among rare groove circles Originally released in 1972, it was briefly swept up in the booming popularity of deep-funk, before the band...
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    Groovy, spiritual, and oh so, rare, this live album by drummer Roy Brooks is one of the best to ever come out of the spiritual jazz scene With a career spanning over 50 years and collaborations with artists like Horace Silver, Stanley Turrentine, Yusef Lateef, and Charles Mingus, Roy Brooks was a foundation and leading force of...
  • A follow-up of sorts to Messengers Incorporated’s Soulful Proclamation, LA Will Make You Pay $$$ by Burton Inc featured core members Charles and Barbara Burton of both groups, and is a shining example of the modern soul and disco that pulsed through the Oklahoma underground Moving away from the psych-infused heavy funk jams...
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    A cool quartet with some very groovy vocals – a combo who seem to take some great inspiration from Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 – as well as other hip vocal groups of the 60s! The lineup features one gal and three guys – often with the gal singer in the lead, supported by warm harmonies from the male singers – all...
  • The Lewis Connection was a Soul / Funk band from Minneapolis whose self-titled LP may have been lost to the vaults were it not for their peculiar historical connection – the first appearance of Prince as a guest performer The song in question, “Got To Be Something Here,” features Prince on background vocals and guitar,...
  • Released on the famed tax scam label Tiger Lily in 1976, Sounds Of The City Experience’s self-titled debut album is a rare groove treat with original pressings often reaching astronomical figures on the second-hand market Its quality carries over into the sound with its richness of character pushing beyond what must have been a...
  • From the opening announcement of the MC, the first live album of jazz drummer Les Demerle’s glowing career jumps right into the thick of it Live At The Concerts By The Sea was originally released in 1978, and showcases the live performance of Demerle’s band at Howard Rumsey’s iconic jazz club Concerts By The Sea; a club...
  • P-VINE is thrilled to reissue Anime that Jazz: Evening! as a limited edition LP for the first time with an iconic obi strip attached As with the preceding Ghibli Jazz series, All That Jazz is tied together by the soothing vocals of Yukiko Kuwahara who completes the core set-up of piano, bass and...
  • In an active internet age that has collectively dug up a wealth of lost and hidden classics in recent times, it’s easy to become cynical about the possibility of valuable discoveries still to be made Illusions Of The Maintenance Man by Virgin Insanity, however, is a stunning record of 70s acid folk and assures us that there will...
  • To single out a release in catalogue of the 70s famed ‘tax scam’ label TSG is a hard ask – the level of quality remained both consistently and inexplicably high during its two years of operation Thus calling 1619 Bad Ass Band’s 1976 self-titled album a stand-out release doesn’t honour the spirit of the catalogue, and...
  • The latest and world's first LP reissue of a rare disc from TSG, the pinnacle of rare groove, with a unique background unique to the TAX SCAM (tax protection) label! The album contains high quality songs from pop & sweet soul numbers to groovy funk tunes, but the selection is not consistentand the jacket visual is made from...
  • This is the one of new releases of the Groove Diggers series, the only work released in 1977 by the 8-member funky soul band “Moonpie” based in Nashville, USA  used to be known as just collector’s items but you can listen to the high-quality sound with skillful performance and various arrangements from this record The cover...
  • American R&B and soul singer and producer Al Johnson debuted as lead singer of The Unifics in the mid 60's and enjoyed a successful career as songwriter and producer after leaving the group He is also well known as a producer of Terry Huff's classic album The Lonely One His first album Peaceful was released from a minor...
  • Here is the upcoming P-VINE presents reissue series following Ricardo Marrero, The Topics and The ultimates “Freeway” was released in 1976 as the only work from pianist and composer Eric Dunbar who was based on New Orleans Almost nobody had the original edition vinyl released by a legendary tax scam label “TSG Records”...
  • Ebony Rhythm Funk Campaign is a sweet funk group from Minneapolis that was evolved from four musicians who were friends and all left high school together to play in a band back in early 1970's In 1973, they released their first and most successful album for MCA under the production of Wayne Henderson who is well known as trombone...
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    Billy Wooten is a vibraphonist and percussionist from Indianapolis who also participated in “Grant Green / Visions”, which was released from Blue Note, and “Richard Evans / Dealing With Hard Times,” among other things This is a legendary live recording from Billy Wooten and his band “The Wooden Glass,” as played...
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    80’s Philly soul/disco quartet “Touch Of Class” Their 3rd album was produced by John Davis and has been praised by many soul fans as a masterpiece Their “Anything / Love Means Everything” sold out right away 7-inch when released last Autumn, so P-VINE reissued this finest album again! OBI strip is...
  • The everlastingly unique Susumu Yokota pursued a world filled with beauty and delicate expression in Symbol, the first in a series of newly remastered works to be reissued with P-VINE records Despite having his life cut tragically short, Yokota left behind a legacy of sonically gifted works, and his mastery of trackmaking is no...
  • “Smoke” is a soul vocal group from Kansas City even though soul music was not as popular at that time The band includes Larry Brown who is also a member of Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, and Melvin Manning who is the younger brother of Marva Whitney This album was originally released in 1976 and reissued by P-VINE 24...
  • We are so proud of releasing this compilation for the first time in history Singles that were released in the early 70s-80s,  including the first single of Choice Of Colour “You’re Twenty-One Today / Your Love” in 1972, are compiled In addition, there are some unreleased tracks! P-VINE are confident this is a super-rich...
  • A long-awaited reissue for AOR fans is here! Jim Schmidt is an American Christian singer from the 80’s west coast and his only work “Somethin’ Right” had been released in 1983 from Emerald Records, produced and arranged by Terry Winch This work was highly regarded as a masterpiece of CCM (Contemporary Christian Music) AOR...
  • In the early 1980s, Akira Inoue’s genius as a composer and arranger permeated Japanese pop music and culture His breakout arrangements for Reflections, actor Akira Terao’s nighttime city-pop smash, helped make it the best-selling album of the decade This success led to his debut fusion synth-pop album, Prophetic Dream, packed...
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    “The Sojourner” was released on Strata-East in 1974 and is well known as one of the label’s rarest recordings Most tracks are focused on a soaring, spiritual groove, and some of them expressed their soulfulness The last track “Peace (Salaam)” could be the most impressive tune on the album, having a very warm and...
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    We are proud to announce the release of one the best records in Hawaii, originally released in 1978 by Lui Williams, who regularly played at a hotel called Maui Surf, which is featured on the album cover Their most famous song “Oh, Oh (Think I’m Fallin’ In Love)”, which P-Vine released as a seven-inch in 2018, has...

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