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Aura - Let Me Say Dis About Dat White Vinyl Edition
Aura
Let Me Say Dis About Dat White Vinyl Edition
7" | 2018 | US | Original (Aloha Got Soul)
12,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Two of the most powerful cuts from Aura’s self-titled 1979 LP, now available on 7-inch.Aloha Got Soul’s first release of 2018 accomplishes two-fold: it aims to tide fans over while the label wraps up new music projects with young artists from Hawaii (more news to come).Secondly, it gives DJs the chance to bring a much more portable version of these top tunes from the band’s now sold-out LP reissue, which enjoyed play from the likes of Theo Parrish, DJ Muro, Gilles Peterson, and Red Greg.Most will head straight to the B-side for the non-stop funk/disco fire of “No Beginning, No End” (we do!).Fans of DJ Muro and DJ Nori’s Captain Vinyl label will know that the A-side’s “Let Me Say Dis About Dat” received a 7-inch treatment in 2017 with a limited, Japan-only run of 500 copies.A solid addition to the AGS catalog, and a welcome contender in the ever-flowing stream of funk 45s that constantly begs the attention of DJs worth their salt.The natural evolution of Aloha Got Soul from a funk- soul reissue label into a fully-fledged representative and curator of progressive music from Hawaii continues with this throwback 45 preceding the label’s upcoming drop of new music from emerging artists in 2018.
Phase 7 - So Good To Be In Love / Could It Be Love Colored Vinyl Edition
Phase 7
So Good To Be In Love / Could It Be Love Colored Vinyl Edition
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Aloha Got Soul)
14,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Originially released in 1980 on Phase 7’s highly sought-after LP, „Playtime“. The band recorded at Honolulu’s Broad Recording Studio, not long after Mike Lundy and Aura finished the final touches on their albums (both recently got the reissue treatment on Aloha Got Soul).Phase 7 was among the most successful disco bands in Hawaii during the mid-1970s. Originally founded by Van de Guzman and Hemingway Jasmin, the group consisted of the island’s top brass players and toured throughout the West Coast, Canada, and Hawaiian Islands.Their main gig was at the Infinity nightclub in the Sheraton Waikiki. Prior to Phase 7’s residency, the hotel had only ever hired mainland acts such as the Burgundy Express and the Lewis and Clark Expedition.This 7-inch was initially released in May 2017 on black vinyl as a collaborative release between Japan’s DJ Muro and Aloha Got Soul. The Japanese edition — released on DJ Muro & DJ Nori’s Captain Vinyl label — sold out in about a week. It was limited to 500 copies.This US-pressed version is available as a limited run of 500 copies on green vinyl. “So Good To Be In Love” is an uplifting Brazilian style disco-funk tune composed by Phase 7’s Les Fernandez. “Could It Be Love” mellows things out with an original soul groover written by bandmate Sandy Pascual. Full album reissue of Phase 7’s Playtime coming soon.
Mike Lundy - The Rhythm Of Life / Tropic Lightning
Mike Lundy
The Rhythm Of Life / Tropic Lightning
7" | 2015 | US | Reissue (Aloha Got Soul)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Finally, repressed!This limited 7-inch features two more heavy-hitting tracks from Mike Lundy’s Hawaiian holy grail 1980 LPThe master tapes were lost in a fire years ago. This 2015 release was meticulously remastered from Mike Lundy’s only remaining copy of the LP, which was still sealed. In 1980, Mike Lundy originally planned to record just two songs for a single. That never happened because Mike’s producer realized they had enough material to do an LP. The two songs would have been “The Rhythm Of Life” and Tropic Lightning".
Aura - Magic Lover / Let Go, It’s Over
Aura
Magic Lover / Let Go, It’s Over
7" | 2016 | US | Reissue (Aloha Got Soul)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Finally, repressed!In 1976, Aura quickly rose to the top as Hawaii’s preeminent funk band when it secured the most coveted gig in Honolulu’s nightclub scene: a residency at The Point After. Consisting of eight siblings from the Mendoza family of Waipahu, Aura became the first local band ever to play the venue. They kept the gig for ten years. When they got into the studio in 1979, however, the band embraced ideas outside of their usual live act in the spirit of collaboration, absorbing new ideas from drummer Mike Kennedy, saxophonist Bill Popaka, and producer Gary Shimabukuro. The resulting eponymous album (scheduled for reissue on Aloha Got Soul in late 2016) is a potent blend of jazz and funk highlighted by their signature sibling sound: an unstoppable horn section and two sisters as lead vocalists. “Magic Lover” showcases what Aura can bring to the dance floor with its incredibly tight brass, solid groove, and dirty bass line—elevated by the voices of Beverly and Christine Mendoza. But a funk group is only as good as their ballads, and “Let Go, It’s Over” is proof they’ve got just as much talent when the tempo slows down.
Mike Lundy - Nothing Like Dat Funky Music / Round And Around
Mike Lundy
Nothing Like Dat Funky Music / Round And Around
7" | 2015 | US | Reissue (Aloha Got Soul)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Finally, repressed!This 7-inch features two more heavy-hitting tracks from Mike Lundy’s Hawaiian holy grail 1980 LPOn the A-side is space-funk anthem “Nothin Like Dat Funky Funky Music”, originally unearthed by DJ Muro as the opening track to his 2009 mixtape, Hawaiian Breaks. The icing on the cake is a sweet soul duet, “Round And Around”, on the B-side. Mike Lundy’s last remaining copy of the LP hung on display in his living room for years. The master tapes were lost in a fire years ago. The seal was broken on Mike’s personal copy and the album was meticulously remastered for this Aloha Got Soul reissue series.
Aura - Magic Lover / Let Go, It's Over
Aura
Magic Lover / Let Go, It's Over
7" | 2016 | US | Original (Aloha Got Soul)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
In 1976, Aura quickly rose to the top as Hawaii’s preeminent funk band when it secured the most coveted gig in Honolulu’s nightclub scene: a residency at The Point After. Consisting of eight siblings from the Mendoza family of Waipahu, Aura became the first local band ever to play the venue. They kept the gig for ten years. When they got into the studio in 1979, however, the band embraced ideas outside of their usual live act in the spirit of collaboration, absorbing new ideas from drummer Mike Kennedy, saxophonist Bill Popaka, and producer Gary Shimabukuro. “Magic Lover” showcases what Aura can bring to the dance floor with its incredibly tight brass, solid groove, and dirty bass line—elevated by the voices of Beverly and Christine Mendoza.
Al Nobriga - My Last Disco Song
Al Nobriga
My Last Disco Song
7" | 2016 | US | Original (Aloha Got Soul)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A rare look into the discotheque era of Waikiki, brought to us by the best Hawaiian label going. "I wrote it about a girl I was dating, she was from New York. She loved discos. All she wanted to do was go to the disco and dance." Super limited.
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