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34 minutes ago, JSngry said:

Three st DG, actually. Five altogether. Seems to be a niche label, wouldn't look for a broad Muse reissue program..

https://www.dustygroove.com/label/131015

https://soulbrother.com/?s=carlos+garnett&searchsubmit=Search&post_type=product

Soul Brother released all five of the Garnett Muse albums on CD in 2014/2015.  I grabbed all except "Black Love", which I already had on Muse CD from the 90's.  A small scattering of other Muse product was included at the time, (Dom Um Romao, one Walter Bishop, a few anthologies of other artists such as Charles Earland), and Soul Brother is, as noted, very much a niche label (a very good one at that), much more soul than Jazz.

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Here's the Soul Brother UK listing on discogs: https://www.discogs.com/label/55570-Soul-Brother-Records-3?sort=year&sort_order=desc

Like felser said, they cover soul, funk, soul jazz, and other genres across many labels.  It doesn't look like they have any sort of special Muse reissue "program" (unfortunately!).

A few more examples of their reissues: Stuff by Shirley Scott (Cadet), Horace Silver (Blue Note), Eddie Henderson (Capricorn & Capitol), and Idris Muhammad (Kudu).

A solid label for those interested in the jazz/soul/funk/fusion thang(s) from that time. :tup 

 

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1 hour ago, felser said:

Soul Brother released all five of the Garnett Muse albums on CD in 2014/2015.  I grabbed all except "Black Love", which I already had on Muse CD from the 90's.

“Black Love” is the only Garnett Muse I have (like you, on a 90’s CD).

Question: Do you have one or two favorites that stand out from among all five??

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26 minutes ago, Rooster_Ties said:

“Black Love” is the only Garnett Muse I have (like you, on a 90’s CD).

Question: Do you have one or two favorites that stand out from among all five??

Absolutely do. To me, "Journey to Enlightenment" and "Let This Melody Ring On" are the cream of the crop, even above "Black Love".

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