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Boomkat Product Review:
With an opening preamble that firmly asserts that the one thing we don't need is another record label, the folk over at Numero nonetheless got busy sidestepping "lawyers using Pitchfork as a tip sheet, 60 year old executives awkwardly trying to converse with 17 year old groupies and accountants with coke habits" - choosing instead to release a big pile of music no one had ever heard of. Digging deep and pulling up gems that would otherwise languish beyond the ears of most, Numero has put together an astonishing set of releases that match their lavish packaging, dissertation liner notes and in-depth knowledge with the kind of stunning music which makes you consider taking up crate digging full time. Existing for only five years, the Capsoul label is here the focus of Numero's starry gaze - bringing together nineteen of the imprints best singles and displaying a narrative structure that represents the struggles of indie soul in the 1970's. Featuring sweaty cuts from the likes of Elijah & The Ebonies, Kook Blues, Ronnie Taylor and Bill Moss, this will appeal to collectors, aesthetic freaks and music lovers of all ranks in equal measure. Numero; we salute you.