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Gilles Peterson, Jazzamar & J.Rocc at the Superfly Records store

Gilles Peterson and Jazzamar at the Superfly Records store November 2009

It's been another great week at the Superfly Records store, we received many new releases, among which the new LP from Laura Vane & The Vipertones, the covers album from Osaka Monaurail (their show last Wednesday at La Bellevilloise with Marva Whitney was inc-re-di-ble - check this band whenever you got the chance to!) and the FANTASTIC new album from Build An Ark, a chillout jazz masterpiece and our record of the month...

Laura Vane and the Vipertones  Osaka Monaurail Amen Brother  Build An Ark Love Part 1
New albums from Laura Vane, Osaka Monaurail, Build An Ark

Osaka Monaurail - Quicksand

Friends and DJs came by this week too, with our friend Jazzamar bringing Gilles Peterson to the shop (, and Denis (who does the classic Free Your Funk parties) who brought J. Rocc (, one of the original turntablists and founder of the world famous Beat Junkies way back in 1992!

J Rocc
J Rocc wants you at the Superfly Records store!

Gilles Peterson Manu Boubli Jazzamar
Gilles Peterson, Manu Boubli & Jazzamar

Jazzamar Paulo
Jazzamar & Paulo with Gilles checking the racks behind them

Manu Boubli Gilles Peterson Djouls Paulo Superfly
The Superfly crew of Manu, Djouls & Paulo with Gilles Peterson (Amar is the photographer here!)


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