Committed German crate-digger Tobias Kirmayer apparently spent two years tracking down the 22 rare funk and soul records showcased on Movements 4, the latest volume in his acclaimed series. It shows. The heavy, fuzzy, long-lost tracks that appear here will be new to all but the most committed crate diggers. Predictably, Kirmayer has unearthed some real bangers. Check the powerful horns on Preston Love's "Cissy Popcorn", the reggae-influenced bump of DM Movements' "Ooo Wee Baby", the bluesy extortions of Old Metropolitan Band's "Summertime" or the upbeat madness of Ricky Williams' "Discotheque Soul"; all offer blistering, energy-sapping grooves in spades.
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