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JB Collective – Move Ya Body!

The past few years, it’s become harder and harder to find those last few 92-95 obscurities that don’t have any trace on sites like Discogs. I know there’s still a number of white labels out there which haven’t been listed (stuff friends or friends of friends have), but with Discogs turning 20 this year, it seems anything with more than a handful of copies out there has been pretty well documented. Still, the search goes on – even though there’s often diminishing returns in terms of the type of items left unlisted, it’s always a BIG vibe to come across some random small or no-label release that has yet to get a listing.

Here’s one that a friend found recently, which I also grabbed a copy of and put up a listing for Sunday evening. Despite being released in 95, the tracks here sound a bit more 92-ish to me. The flipside is a bit closer to 94 in break usage, but still quite low fi for that later year. One of those tunes is a ragga jungle tune, but with vietnam/war related samples (???), and the second track is a female vocal lead tune by someone named Adel.

Supposedly this label did a later release which is more DNB – never heard that one, but I grabbed a copy. It’ll be curious to hear if it’s in fact 96 style stuff or, as this record is, turns out to sound a bit earlier than its released year.

Also, total shot in the dark, but: in the unlikely event anyone who reads this site has some mystery “not on discogs” type 92-95 releases they’d be interested in selling / seeing featured here, please feel free drop me an email.

JB Collective – Move Ya Body!

4 Replies to “JB Collective – Move Ya Body!”

  1. Thank you for posting this. Really much appreciated!
    I thought this blog had become defunct, so is a nice surprise to see it still continues. 🙂

  2. Discogs – the curse of collectors! Bar the odd white label variation, it’s very unusual now to find a release that is unlisted on Discogs. I remember around 8 to 10 years ago, I’d be buying golden era jungle for no more than £10 to £12 quid, now for the same tune you get no change from £50+. C’est la vie. At least we now have the wave of represses but even those get stupid expensive…

  3. Damn, you were right. This ain’t anywhere on the internet, period. Only results go back to you. I would love to have a copy of this one day.

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