VA -Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal ( The Numero Group 2006.)


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A collection of this nature can only exist in hindsight. “Gospel Funk” is a genre in the same way that deep soul or acid folk are, created by collectors and enthusiasts as a way to define a subsection of another genre. There aren\'t any labels, artists, or producers that focused strictly on funky gospel music; rather, there were a couple hundred groups that had a funkier number in their repertoire. The Numero Group has spent the last year scouring LPs and 45s for tracks that fit this bill, and have collected 18 standouts from this newly minted genre. The album is a mix of primitive choirs, spacious breaks, congas, elderly rappers impersonating the devil, cast recordings, thumping bass, and JB impressionists, all with a heavy slathering of gospel gravy.


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VA - Good God!Born Again Funk ( The Numero Group 2010.)


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Numero Group’s Good God! Born Again Funk is a collection of what might be called secular church music. Its 18 songs set gospel’s preach to funk’s groove; they are the sound of the good word getting on the good foot. Together, they make for a rapturous listening experience that neither apostle nor apostate can deny.


In 2006, Numero Group released a previous Good God! record using similar sources. The songs here are culled from obscure vinyl published nearly four decades ago. Most are 45s and all seem to have been harvested from the dusty recesses of some grandfatherly deacon’s attic. Recorded by groups hailing from the Midwest, Chicago especially, the songs on Good God! represent different attempts at claiming popular music as an instrument of the lord. And not just any popular music — we’re talking about funk, one of the earthier genres America’s produced. That’s no small mission.


James Brown’s an obvious influence on the bunch — his frictionless guitar, plucking the same phrase with the steady timing of a clock’s gear, left a particularly deep impact. Sacred Four’s “Somebody Watching You” and Andrew Wartts & the Gospel Storytellers’s “Peter and John” are two of the more indebted acts to the Godfather. Other secular inspirations can be spotted, too. The Inspirational Gospel Singers’ beautiful “The Same Thing It Took” is an ode to, if not imitation of, Aretha Franklin (who, it goes without saying, straddled the popular and the parochial throughout her career), the synthesized keys of Lucy “Sister Soul” Rodger’s “Pray A Little Longer” register like a more lockstep riff on Innervisions, and damned if the Chicago Travelers’s singer doesn’t sound like a ruffled Bill Withers.


Of course, the material on Good God! lacks the production value of its mainstream contemporaries. But that doesn’t impede here — if anything, it makes these songs motor harder. Credit that also to the relatively stripped accompaniments. The instruments are largely limited to the rhythm section — guitar, bass, drums — with sometimes a piano or keyboard added. Horns are notably absent. Without any brass or the depth of a mixing board, the songs find themselves supported on two pillars: the competing forces of the beat and the word. That, of course, is the very duality that Good God! wants to showcase. But that simple juxtaposition is more than a novelty. It is the reason why these songs are so urgent — it’s why they sound so immediate 35 years after the fact.


“Like a Ship,” Good God!‘s opener, places a piano, drums, Pastor T.L. Barrett’s calls, and a towering children’s chorus in a room seemingly brimming at capacity. The closeness of the space — the way that the players seem to overpower what the microphones were capable of capturing — may render some of the words unintelligible. But it also produces something haunting, a feeling or connotation that exceeds the lyrics of salvation. “Like a Ship” is soul — not the soul of pop music, but the soul of the spiritual — and is Good God!‘s most moving track.

Other songs move too, though in a more physical sense. Take “If Jesus Came Today,” which sounds like a precursor of Parliament’s more tailored efforts, or Ada Richards’ rocker “I’m Drunk and Real High (In the Spirit of the God),” which, with its dichotomous title, makes Good God!‘s point succinctly. It’s enough to make you question the conventional distinction between secular and religious in pop music. Who knows? Maybe James Brown was getting at something other than a bodily high when he was singing “I Got the Feeling.”


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Label:Numero Group
Catalog#:Numbero#001
Format:Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Country:US
Released:2010
Genre:Funk / Soul, Hip Hop
Style:Cut-up/DJ, Soul, Funk

Over the course of seven years and over 70 releases from the acclaimed archival label the Numero Group... ...a fan began to create a mega-mix of his favorite loops, breaks, and vocal snippets, chopping them all up and piecing together an incredible musical narrative a 40 minute, white label 12 boot that was pressed and seeded to handful of DJs and producers. Naturally, word got back to Numero, but instead of issuing the obvious cease and desist letter, the label decided to go one better.Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so in a true nod to all fans out there, the Numero Group, via their Numbero imprint,is issuing Eccentric Breaks & Beats as an homage to the breaks and beats collections of yore, bootlegging their own bootleg, as it were.It took some time and effort, but Numero was finally able to track down the creator of this essential collection, and delighted to discover that it was the apocryphal label and production team, Shoes, who have previously re-worked Moodyman, Al Green, Miles Davis, and dozens more. Featuring over 50 tracks from some of the best artists associated with Numero, it s both an essential turntable item and an intriguing musical puzzle.

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01. give me another day
02. not ready for school
03. john goodman is too cool to cry
04. pind me diagonally
05. peoplibrium
06. feel what lies behind me
07. saving mr.billys soul
08. we dont row enough
09. cosmic clock
10. which jesus am i
11. shit
12. so much for loving you baby
13. everything

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VA - Local Customs - Lone Star Lowlands [Numero Group CD] (2010) [MP3.192]

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Rare rock from the Golden Triangle scene of Southeast TX in the late 60s and early 70s – a well-curated overview of the stylistically sprawling material being cut at Mickey Rouse's Lowland Recording Studio in Beaumont! Texas rock of the late 60s and early 70s justifiably brings to mind acts like The 13th Floor Elevators and The Bubble Puppy – tripped out psychedelia in other words, but Texas is huge, and there was a heck of a lot more going on than just the best remembered cult favorites. The music coming out of just the Beaumont, Port Arthur, Orange, Texas "triangle" chronicled here was incredibly diverse. It includes proto TX boogie rock that's a clear precursor to early ZZ Top, harmony flavored numbers that sound closer to Cali than they do The Lone Star State, one track that somehow fuses CS&N with The Beatles and does so with prominent cowbell in the mix (and it's good!!!), punchy psyche informed grit, and swaggering country rock with some twang in the strings that feels a bit more profoundly Texan. You don't need our word that The Numero Group has devoted some serious attention to detail – with a 35-page booklet of notes, photos and histories, plus the impressive Lost In The Golden Triangle "family tree" of the regional musicians involved – as if discovering these long buried regional relics wasn't impressive enough already. Beautiful! 22 tracks in all: "Trash One" by the Lowland Studio Band, "Live My Life Today" by Insight Out, "Simple House" by Mother Lion, "Love Of The Morning" by Circus, "Take A Look At Your Friends" by Next Exit, "You Know I Love You" by Roy Briggs & Alton Tew, "Calling Me Home (Demo)" by Donald Thomas and more.  © 1996-2010, Dusty Groove America, Inc.

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VA - Wilco: Spins The Numero Group (2010)

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"We like Wilco a lot. We like that they're mining the future as much as we're mining the past. We like that we're Chicago boys. We like that our kids play with their kids. We like that they have an insane collection of guitars. And we like that they like records the way we like records. That is, we both capitol-L-Love records. So when the opportunity arose to introduce our audience to their audience at Wilco's Solid Sound Festival, we were all about that. We spin, they play, all is right with the world.

But then we thought: what if we turned the turntables? What would Wilco spin if they could spin us? Idea: give each member of the band access to our entire catalog and ask them to pick a few of their favorite tracks.

Here's the result: The Numero Group as seen through the ears of Wilco. Seventeen tracks from the over forty records we've compiled in the last seven years. From us, to you, and for free, yet.

We have no plans to start a band, by the way."

Tom Lunt, Rob Sevier & Ken Shipley
The Numero Group

01. Arlean Brown - I Am A Streaker
02. Four Mints - In A Rut
03. OFS Unlimited - Mystic
04. Boot Hill - No Control
05. Propinquity - Sea Song
06. Jim Ohlschmidt - The Delta Freeze
07. Caroline Peyton - Call Of The Wild
08. Chocolate Snow - Inflation
09. Ames Harris Desert Water Bag Co. - People
10. 5 Spiritual Tones - Bad Situation.
11. Elijah & The Ebonites - Pure Soul
12. The Performers - Mini Skirt
13. Betty Wright - Mr. Lucky
14. Bobby Cooke Quartet - Ridin' High
15. Stormy - The Devastator
16. Tonistics - Dimona
17. Final Solution - Where There's A Will

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VA - Don't Stop - Recording Tap [Numero Group CD] (2008) [MP3.V2]

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Not much of a cover photo, but one of the most amazing collections so far from the Numero Group – a richly archival project that finally brings to light the lost efforts of the short lived Tap Records label! Tap was the brainchild of Jeremiah Yisrael – an ambitious producer, and legendary perfectionist – so much so that he often put more effort into these indie productions than you'd find at bigger label projects of the time! Most material here dates from the years 1981 and 1982, and the music is a mix of club, modern soul, boogie, and a bit of hip hop – nearly all of which hardly got any exposure at the time. The booklet not only tells the tale of the label and Yisrael's career, but also Numero's efforts in resurrecting these lost tapes from a very moldy near-death experience – a narrative that's almost as exciting as the music in the package. And the package is pretty great too – not only because of the 24 page, full color booklet – but also because of the supplemental book that reproduces lost sheet music and studio notes from the Tap sessions. Amazing stuff throughout – well worthy of another deep bow for the Numero team – with a total of 14 tracks that include "Breakout" and "We've Had Enough" by Arnie Love & The Lovettes, "Invisible Wind" and "Guilty" by Jackie Stoudemire, "Missy Missy Dee" by Missy Dee & The Melody Crew, "So Nice" by Annette Denvil, "Rub A Dub Dub" by The Fabulous 3 MCs, "Don't Stop Dancin" and "Run Away Hide From Love" by Jackie Stoudemire, and "Breakout" by Magnetism. Also features two tracks from 1971 – "Does He Really Mean It" and "Love Which Way" by Bonnie Freeman.  © 1996-2010, Dusty Groove America, Inc.

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Willie Wright - Telling The Truth [Numero CD] (1977) (2011) [MP3.V0]

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Born of Harlem doo-wop roots and refined by Boston's counterculture scene, Willie Wright arrived in Nantucket in 1976 well worn by two decades of street corner and club performing, eager to make the easy money only a private yacht clientele could guarantee. Trapped on the island over winter, a set of original songs poured into his cover-heavy set. Tales of Wright's native roots, straight life, his abandoned four children, and the many women he had known flooded his loose leaf notebook before finally being set to tape in New York the following spring. Tracked with George "Buzzy" Bragg and Herry Jensen (of Skull Snaps and Jimmy Castor Bunch fame, respectively) in one day with minimal overdubs, Telling The Truth was, and would remain, Willie Wright's brightest and most inspired moment. Sold from the trunk of a car and from a handful of resort stages, the humble album disappeared into the collections and garages of Nantucket tourists, taking what was left of a near-30-year career along with it. Available for the first time since 1977, this expanded edition of Telling The Truth gathers Wright's lone 45 and only original composition from his first LP to tell the definitive Willie Wright story. The deluxe LP edition includes a replica 7" of his cover of Curtis Mayfield's "Right On For The Darkness" (with his original "Africa" on the flip), while the CD takes that same single and shrinks it to a portable 4.72" record that actually plays! © 2011, Numero Group


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Incredibly beautiful work from Willie Wright – an album of folksy soul with a slight island spirit – one that nicely nestles Willie's music in a space somewhere between the best 70s work of Terry Callier and Jon Lucien! The sound is wonderful – lean, stripped-down, and wonderfully personal – just the right fit for the sensitive lyrics in Wright's tunes! Instrumentation is mostly bass and guitar, plus some great flute and light percussion – produced with a sound that's just right, too – hardly what you'd expect for the time, without any too-slick modes at all. This beautiful reissue may well set a whole new standard for the Numero label, too – as it comes with the usual great sound and rich notes, plus a great package that also features a really unique 5" vinyl single! There's also 3 bonus tracks added to the record – and titles include "Nantucket Island", "Lady Of The Year", "Love Is Expensive", "Dressing For The Occasion", "Indian Reservation", "Right On For The Darkness", and "Africa".  © 2011, Dusty Groove America, Inc.


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n talking about a really good but largely forgotten record made 34 years ago by an obscure soul singer, it's tempting to paint a picture of strife and cruel fate, of a tragic figure unfairly overlooked in his heyday. Numero Group deserves credit for resisting this tried-and-true narrative in its attempt to introduce a wider audience to Willie Wright and his extremely appealing 1977 effort, Telling the Truth, the only all-original album he ever released. Instead, liner notes authors Ari Leichtman and Ken Shipley sketch a story of a musician who, despite a lack of commercial success, resolutely followed his own muse as an artist and his own whims as a man. This assessment is perfectly reflected in Wright's music itself-- a radical blend of sounds delivered in a mostly laidback, untroubled style.

Telling the Truth has its moments of deeply felt poignancy, but its real value lies in its highly creative and endlessly listenable assimilation of soul, pop, rock, and folk signifiers. A refusal to cleave to one particular genre hindered Wright's commercial prospects throughout his career, which found him bouncing back and forth between New York and Boston for most of the late-60s and early-70s before settling in the mid-70s on Nantucket Island. Given that the prevailing sound of R&B at that time was glossy funk and Philly soul, Wright's music is an idiosyncratic marvel. Basically, imagine Lou Rawls fronting Van Morrison's Astral Weeks-era band with a Duane Allman soundalike occasionally dropping by to lay down some lyrical guitar lines and you've got a pretty good idea. Flute filigrees and gently tugged basslines abound, and Wright's earthy vocals perfectly complement the mellow, spacious grooves of "Nantucket Island", "I'm So Happy Now", "Indian Reservation", and "It's Only Life, That's All"-- the latter two tunes also tossing off shades of Dylan and the Band's supremely contented mid-70s rambles. Much of Telling the Truth is ideal summertime barbecue fodder, though Wright also demonstrates facility with babymaking fare on the casually seductive "Lady of the Year" and "In the Beauty of the Night".

The final three tracks on this reissue actually predate the recording of Telling the Truth, and reveal a younger Wright who was nonetheless so much older then in temperament. His reading of Curtis Mayfield's "Right on for the Darkness" is gripping, but the seriousness of his own compositions "Africa" and "Lack of Education" doesn't make up for their undistinguished presentation. By contrast, Wright's insights on Telling the Truth proper may be mostly puddle-deep, but they're delivered with such beguiling charm that it hardly matters. © 2011, Joshua Love

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VA - Eccentric Soul - The Tragar & Note Labels

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Released: 2000
Style: Soul
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A double-length collection of work from two obscure Atlanta soul labels – the Tragar and Note imprints, both run by local producer Jesse Jones! Back in the day, Atlanta wasn't nearly as big of an outlet for soul records as it's become in recent years – so Jones' labels were key in showcasing under-exposed local talent in the city, a range of soul groups, solo singers, and funk combos – all produced here with a really fresh sound! Nearly every track here is super-obscure – and there's few southern soul cliches to get in the way of the music – no overdone blues, no Hotlanta disco, no Muscle Shoals copies – just honest-to-goodness indie soul at its best – full of life, vitality, and personality – all presented with the usual deep-digging Numero look at the artists in the notes. The package features a whopping 50 tracks in all – one of the biggest Numero collections so far – and together, they really tell the tale of this crucially overlooked scene – a key link between more familiar southern styles and rising Northern modes, all with a personality of its own.

Disc: 1
1. Down In the Country - Tee Fletcher
2. You Got a Spell On Me - Billy Wright
3. Heavenly Father - Eula Cooper
4. The Clown - Chuck Wilder
5. Now That I'm Wise - Nathan Wilkes
6. Nite Cap - L. Daniels
7. I'll Be There - Franciene Thomas
8. Sweet Thing - Frankie & Robert
9. Shake Daddy Shake - Eula Cooper
10. What Can the Matter Be - Tokay Lewis
11. Love is So Mean - Richard Cook
12. Tumbling Down - Langston
13. Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things - Eula Cooper
14. Too Beautiful To Be Good - Franciene Thomas
15. Tippings Strings - The Knights
16. Somebody Got' a Help Me - Richard Cook
17. Love (It's Been So Long) - Frankie & Robert
18. Strange Feeling - Nathan Wilkes
19. I Can't Help If I Love You - Eula Cooper
20. Why - Chuck Wilder
21. Who Wants Me Now - Tokay Lewis
22. You're the Only Thing I've Got Going For Me - Billy Wright
23. Let Me Be Free - Sonia Rosa
24. Would You Do It For Me - Tee Fletcher
25. Try - Eula Cooper

Disc: 2
1. Watch the Dog That Bring the Bone - Sandy Gaye
2. All Because of You - Tee Fletcher
3. Messing Around - Bobby Owens & the Diplomats
4. Let Our Love Grow Higher - Eula Cooper
5. Ain't Tha Sharp - Young Divines
6. Charade - Four Tracks
7. Breaking My Heart - Sonia Rosa
8. Love is Gone - Cherry Blend
9. I Need You More - Eula Cooper
10. I Think It's Time (You Were Mine) - Alice Swoboda
11. The Hump - The Knights
12. Beggars Can't Be Choosey - Eula Cooper
13. Standing By Love - Eula Cooper
14. Deep In Your Heart - Young Divines
15. You Mean Everything To Me - Four Tracks
16. I'll Show You With Love - Young Divines
17. Every Now and Then - Sonia Rosa
18. Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things - Andrea Williams
19. Have Faith In Me - Eula Cooper
20. Talk is Cheap - Sandy Gaye
21. I Can't Stand It - J.J. Jones
22. Let's Get Funky - Langston & French
23. That's How Much I Love You - Eula Cooper
24. Black Midnight - J.J. Jones
25. Potters Field - Alice Swoboda

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VA - Eccentric Soul - Soul Messages From Dimona

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One of the grooviest compilations we've ever seen – a collection of work by American expatriates living in Israel at the end of the 70s – a hip blend of US funk and Hebrew spirituality! Most of the work here sounds like the best spiritual funk of the 70s – very much in an Earth Wind & Fire tradition of joy, love, and life – played in righteous ensemble mode with a good deal of jazz in the instrumentation alongside funkier rhythms on the bottom! The artists on the set originally hailed from Chicago and Detroit – and there's still strong influence from those scenes, particularly the early 70s sound of the Windy City. If you dig The Pharaohs and Pieces Of Peace, you'll find plenty here to love – and as usual with Numero Records, the whole thing comes with an amazing booklet of notes – the full story of this unique musical diaspora, supported with some great images as well.


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01 Soul Messengers - Burn Devil Burn 3:55
02 Soul Messengers - Our Lord And Savior 3:57
03 Tonistics - Holding On 3:41
04 The Spirit Of Israel - Daniel 3:13
05 Sons Of The Kingdom - Hey There 5:00
06 Soul Messengers - Go To Proclaim 3:05
07 Soul Messengers - Equilibrium 6:38
08 Soul Messengers - Prince Of Zeal 3:39
09 Sons Of The Kingdom - Modernization 5:22
10 Soul Messengers - Heaven Of Heavens 4:51
11 Soul Messengers - Victory 5:25
12 Tonistics - Dimona (Spiritual Capital Of 3:41
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13 Soul Messengers - Junky Baby 2:46
14 The Spirit Of Israel - A Place To Be 3:38
15 Soul Messengers - Messiah 6:25
16 Soul Messengers - Savior In The East 3:30

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VA - Cult Cargo: Belize City Boil Up

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Genre: Reggae, Calypso, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Funk, Folk | Label: Numero Group

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Belizian's call it Boil Up, and it's anything but leftovers. Mix equal parts R&B, calypso, disco, funk, reggae, bruckdown, soul, folk, and whatever else can be found back on the bottom shelf of the musical pantry. Get ready to feast on passport stamped rhythms, second-deck cruise ship melodies, hotel pool calypso, soundtracks to movies not-yet-made, and anything else savory, or unsavory, enough to throw into the pot.


Tracklist:
1 Lord Rhaburn – Disco Connection 4:44
2 Harmonettes – Can't Go Halfway 2:29
3 Jesus Acosta & The Professionals – Guajida 3:13
4 The Web – The Same Old Me 3:24
5 Professionals – A Part Of Being With You 4:33
6 Lord Rhaburn – More Love Reggae 4:40
7 Professionals – The Back Stabbers 2:27
8 Web, The – Rated G 2:34
9 Harmonettes – Shame Shame Shame 4:31
10 Soul Creations – Funky Jive Part II 2:54
11 Lord Rhaburn – Don't Fight It 2:26
12 Nadia Cattouse – Long Time Boy 2:47
13 Lord Rhaburn – Boogaloo A La Chuck 2:52
14 Professionals – Theme From The Godfather 4:12
15 The Web – Things Are Going To Work Out Right 4:18
16 Soul Creations – Funky Jive Part I 2:48

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Never heard of the funky soul and reggae music of Belize, that sliver of Caribbean coastline just east of Guatemala and south of Cancun? You're probably not alone, and the Belize City Boil Up compilation (the 6th this year from crate-digging music salvagers the Numero Group) is the varied and danceable introduction for the interested yet uninitiated. Soaking up influences from their Jamaican neighbors and their soulful Motown/Stax brethren from the north, these little-known groups recorded a handful of albums and singles in the 60s and 70s. The results showcase rootsy reggae (Belizean patriarchal funkster Lord Rhaburn's "More Love Reggae", The Web's "Rated G"), covers of Wilson Pickett and Johnny Nash, and some funky I-can't-believe-it's-not-sampled beats of the Harmonettes "Shame Shame Shame" and Rhaburn's "Disco Connection". Soulful standouts The Professionals (whose album covers noted their "promptness and reliability") cover both the O'Jays "Back Stabbers" and "Theme from The Godfather" - now that's a group with range! -- Ben Heege


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VA - Cult Cargo: Belize City Boil Up - вот это ремастеринг, вот это я понимаю! Звучит, как будто в прошлом году записано. Великолепная карибская мешанина стилей
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