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The Darling Dears And Funky Heavy I Don't Think I'll Ever Love Another
Terrific NY-soul high-drama from 1972 gorgeous, fragile female harmony twinned unexpectedly with raw, heads-down funk. New reissue label from Stones Throw and Now-Again.




Wendy Rene After Laughter Comes Tears: Complete Stax-Volt Singles And Rarities 1964-65
Magnificent review of this southern soul legend lately versioned by Alicia Keys and sampled by the Wu Tang Clan. With Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper and co. Raw and alive, the real thing; warmly recommended. Fab.





Bobby Womack Facts Of Life
Pure soul from Muscle Shoals in 1973. Heart-stopping interpretations of Carole King, Burt Bacharach, George Soule, Bob Dylan, George Jackson... he even makes an Aretha his own. Wonderful record.




Ural Thomas Fade Away
From 1970. Dozy funk like the bad-trip portion of Sly's There's A Riot Goin' On with local kids blowing into sawed off bed posts as if they were trumpets and an upful ballad. Back in at last.



Leroy Hutson The Man!
His second LP, from 1974, featuring a nice, mellow version of The Ghetto. With Fred Reklaw and Phil Upchurch.




The Temptations Sky's The Limit
Kicks off with three stone classics the old-school way, reaching back past Whitfield's pysch... and includes a twelve-and-a-half-minutes version of Smiling Faces. Eddie Kendricks' last album in the lineup.