Crazy P's 9 Favourite Obscure Boogie & Soul Records

The UK disco stalwarts dig deep for the dusties.
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Marti Caine - Love The Way You Love Me

Marti Caine, The New Faces presenter, sends shivers up the spine with this gorgeous slo jam from the late 70's.

Sylvia Striplin - Searchin

This ones been in the box for years. Its all about the groove and the awesome vocal which can bring it all together. A guaranteed disco floor filler.

Travis Biggs - Tibetan Serenity

An old fav with the P. Unusual instrumentation - harps and mandolins double bass, combined with the laid back and loose jazzy vibe make this a real stand out track. 

The Rebirth- This Journey In

This is a modern soul jam that just oozes lushness, psychedelia and spirituality, taking off on runway number 9!

The Keith Diamond Band - The Dip

I think they were a TV band but this is coming on like a Chaka deep boogie classic.

Lewis Taylor - Love Light

Scorching tripped out modern soul.

Low Budget Soul - Mystery Rose/Waves

Criminally overlooked when it came out, the vocal is a thing of beauty with a touch of the hip-hop wonk thrown in too.

Nona Hendryx - Transformation

Slow-jam offbeat sex boogie. You can hear the european influence creeping in to those synth lines.

Roberta Flack - Sunday and Sister Jones

From the quiet fire album, the deepest soul.