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Praise Poems Volume 3 and more great releases from Tramp Records



Regularly, German label Tramp Records has been sending us promo CDs of their upcoming full-length releases during the past months, and it's just ALWAYS been a great new release or compilation. Keep it up with the excellence guys! Here's the low-down on the ones we haven't talked about yet...

Praise Poems Volume 3 - A journey into deep soulful jazz and funk from the 1970s
Praise Poems Volume 3 - A journey into deep, soulful jazz & funk from the 1970s
(CD/2LP) Tramp Records TRLP/CD-9052, 2016-02-12

First things first, out February 12th on CD and double vinyl, 'Praise Poems Volume 3'. This delightful series of horizontal rare grooves continues to amaze. Purely authentic 1970s handpicked deep & soulful tunes.




Feeling Nice Vol 3 - A collection Of Superrare And Superheavy Funk 45s From The Late 60s and Early 70s
Feeling Nice Vol.3 - A collection Of Superrare And Superheavy Funk 45s From The Late '60s & Early '70s
(CD/2LP) Tramp Records TRLP/CD-9048, 2015-10-02

Released last october, this collection is the result of some obsessive diggin' of funky gems released on seven inch vinyl. Party DJs should deffo keep up with this series, the ratio of monster dancefloor tunes if rather high and the selection really tight.




Praise Poems Volume 2 - A journey into deep soulful jazz and funk from the 1970s
Praise Poems Volume 2 - A journey into deep, soulful jazz & funk from the 1970s
(CD/2LP) Tramp Records TRLP/CD-9047, 2015-09-01

If the first volume was a seduction weapon, this follow-up from september 2015 was a bomb. Irresistibly tasty deepness from start to finish.




Warmth - The Best of Don McCaslin Warmth
Warmth - The Best of Don McCaslin's Warmth
(CD/2LP) Tramp Records TRLP/CD-9046, 2015-06-22

Fantastic 1970s jazz, perfect for sipping coffee on a lazy day. All is in the name : warmth.




Dokkerman and the Turkeying Fellaz - Illegal Move
Dokkerman & the Turkeying Fellaz - Illegal Move (CD/LP) Tramp Records TRLP/CD-9045, 2015-05-18

Last, but not least, released late may last year, this album of deep funk didn't go unnoticed. Just like fellow labelmates The Qualitons, Dokkerman & the Turkeying Fellaz come from Hungary. They play a blend of American and West African funk with an European melting-pot garage rock attitude. You might be coming back to this one many times with the same excitement. A truly great record.



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