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Black Ivory

Mainline / Walking Downtown (Saturday Night)

The Patrick Adams managed group Black Ivory scored a number of hits in the mid 70's, and two of their most sought after are here together on one 12". The Paradise Garage and Loft anthem "Mainline", penned by prolific disco producer Leroy Burgess has seen it's fair share of bootlegs but it's available here officially licensed and remastered for the first time since it's original release in 1976. Drop the needle and ride the groove as the outfit lead you through sweeping strings, big breaks and nagging guitar licks, all topped with the classic "Nothing is the same ever since you 'came my baby" refrain. Fans of Ron Hardy may be familiar with the break from the B side cut 'Walking Downtown On Saturday Night' as it feature heavily in his sets from the legendary Music Box in Chicago. As the pianos, guitars and vocals dance over a divine rhythm section, this killer cut creates a demonic, demented response on the dancefloor. Ace!

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Patrick says: More classic D-I-S-C-O here as Buddah reish a pair of Black Ivory pearlers. Whether you choose the relentless midtempo groove of the A-side or the flute led fist pump of the flip, you're certain to get on down.

Gladys Knight & The Pips

It's A Better Than Good Time / Saved By The Grace Of Your Love

After that killer Gladys Knights & The Pips 12" a couple of months ago, ('Love Is Always On My Mind'/'Bourgie Bourgie') Buddah now treat us to a lush reissue of her most sought-after and in-demand 12" - the Walter Gibbons remix of "It's A Better Than Good Time" backed with the full version of "Saved By The Grace Of Your Love". This is a legendary and super-rare 12" which was only ever issued in Canada and has become something of a holy grail for serious dance music collectors over the years. A decent condition copy will currently set you back £300+ and that's only if you're lucky enough to find one! it's a Gibbons master-class like you know he can.

The Lemon Pipers

The Best Of The Lemon Pipers

The Lemon Pipers were more inclined towards psychedlia than their bubblelicious peers. Tracks include "Green Tambourine," "Rice Is Nice," "Shoeshine Boy," "Rainbow Tree" and more.


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