Last December Wicker Park record shop Dusty Groove launched an arrangement with the reissue imprint Real Gone Music that allowed it to start releasing music, as it had between 2007-’09, when it brought 22 titles of vintage jazz, soul, and Brazilian music back to life. Back then Dusty Groove was responsible for all aspects of the product, from making licensing agreements to handling distribution and promotion. Store owner Rick Wojcik has admitted those needs taxed his staff. With the present deal they’re in the role of tastemaker and A&R visionary; Dusty Groove chooses the titles, and Real Gone Music handles the business, production, and distribution.