For nearly half a century, rumors have circulated about a historic session recorded in 1969 at Columbia’s 52nd Street Studios in NYC. If it took place, it would have been the historic first collision of Miles Davis’ jazz and Jimi Hendrix’s psychedelia, all under the leadership of funk queen Betty Davis. We are beyond thrilled to announce that the rumors are true. This never-before-heard session planted the seeds for Bitches Brew and Betty's groundbreaking funk albums. Photo by Baron WolmanSee what all the fuss is about!
By popular demand, we are happy to announce our standard edition release of the Heartworn Highways soundtrack! This release comes on the heels of our deluxe Record Store Day release as a double LP on black wax.Details here.
Have You Been Good To Yourself is a transcendent album of home-recorded gospel-soul tunes by brother of Stax legend Wendy Rene.Be good to yourself.
Bona fide southern soul from Atlanta multi-instrumentalist Lee Moses. He played beside legends such as Hendrix and Gladys Knight, but like so many, faded into obscurity after being snaked by the industry.Find out more here!
The group formed from the ashes of This Heat, the art-noise group whose catalog was reissued on Modern Classics Recordings in early 2016. Not so much a supersession as a continuation of that group, Camberwell Now featured This Heat’s vocalist / drummer Charles Hayward, who assembled an unusual line-up comprising Stephen Rickard, a former BBC sound engineer, on field recordings and tape manipulation and Trefor Goronwy on bass, vocals and ukulele.More info here!