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    Terry Callier Remembered

    29th October 2012

    On my first day at work in July 1990, the very first record that I worked on was the Acid Jazz reissue of Terry Callier's 'I Don't Want To See Myself'. This record had been championed on the modern soul scene by Dr Bob Jones, and Eddie Piller had tracked down Terry to his home in Chicago to license the record. Terry had retired from the music industry about eight years previously and retrained as a computer programmer so that he could be at home to look after his daughter Sundiata.

     
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    New Tees Coming Soon

    29th October 2012

  • WHY DIDN’T YOU INCLUDE THAT TRACK? picture

    WHY DIDN’T YOU INCLUDE THAT TRACK?

    12th September 2012

    A compiler’s answer to the most frequently asked question among Ace collectors…

  • CALLING ALL LONDON-AMERICAN COLLECTORS! picture

    CALLING ALL LONDON-AMERICAN COLLECTORS!

    15th August 2012

    ..STOP PRESS, THESE TWO HAVE NOW BEEN LOCATED...

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    Donald 'Duck' Dunn and Andrew Love

    8th July 2012

    It was with great regret that we learned of the sudden death of Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn, bass player extraordinaire, at the tragically early age of 70. He was the very archetype of the solid, deep-in-the-groove bass players, always on the button with the rhythm and punching on the accents perfectly. In Booker T and The MGs he meshed with Al Jackson’s sparse drum patterns, forming the bridge to Steve Cropper’s chopping guitar phrasing and allowing Booker T Jones Hammond to float on top, together making up the most perfect instrumental group ever to have laid down a groove - and what a groove. 

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