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Memphis Soul Don't Down Me People Part 1
George Bowman's blues-funk from late-sixties Arizona, crossing Hendrix and James Brown, with Dyke And The Blazers drummer Rodney Brown passing the peas in fine style.




The Joubert Singers Stand On The Word
Sensational gospel-disco loft classic recorded live in Crown Heights First Baptist Church, in 1982. Walter Gibbons rinsed it at the Rock And Soul shop where he worked; Tony Humphries ended up re-mixing. Crucial.



Los Nombres
Puerto Rican soul from North Ohio's rust-belt barrios via Boddie, and courtesy of War, Santana and a dash of Motown.




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.




Paul Kelly Hot Runnin' Soul
All Buddy Killen's productions for the Lloyd, Dial, Philips and Happy Tiger labels, between 1965-71. Some great dancers... but Kelly's slow, Southern soul is just killer.




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.



Eddie Holland It Moves Me
All his records, from his 1958 debut through to 1964, when he withdrew from performing to concentrate on writing songs for the Supremes, the Vandellas, the Four Tops etc, with his bro Brian and Lamont Dozier.



The Apollas Absolutely Right!
Impeccable, lovely, gal-trio soul, from mid-sixties New York City, including early sides as the Lovejoys take it easy, Wackies fans solo recordings by lead singer Leola Jiles, and several fine unissued sides.