For anyone interested in new vinyl LP reissues.......

Via Demon on May 31st:

Barrino Brothers - Livin Off The Goodness Of Your Love
Debut 1973 album by American soul music group and Detroit based act. Recorded for Holland-Dozier-Holland’s Invictus Record label, under former Motown powerhouse producers. In-demand and sought after rarity reissued on 180gm black vinyl with printed inner sleeve

I Had It All
It Doesn't Have To Be That Way
Try It, You'll Like It
I Can't Believe You're Gone
Livin' High Off The Goodness Of Your Love
When Love Was A Child
Well Worth Waiting For Your Love

Ruth Copeland - Self Portrait
Debut album by Durham born singer who signed to Detroit Invictus Record label, in print of Holland-Dozier-Holland, under former Motown powerhouse producers. The album is a collaboration between Copeland, George Clinton and various members of Funkadelic. 1970 Cult classic reissued on vinyl for the 1st time, 180gm heavyweight with printed inner sleeve. Features the in-demand ‘The Music Box’, ‘The Silent Boatman’ and ‘I Got A Think For You Daddy’.

Prologue: Child of The North
Thanks for the Birthday Card
Your Love Been So Good To Me
The Music Box
The Silent Boatman
To William In the Night
No Commitment
I Got A thing For You Daddy
A Gift Of Me
Un Bel Di (One Fine Day)