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Eccentric Soul The Nickel And Penny Labels
Some gorgeous, classic, unmistakably Chicagoan soul here the productions of Richard Pegue.



Boddie Recording Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Best of the in-house Soul Kitchen, Luau, and Bounty labels: a treasure trove of kitchen-sink eccentric soul, fuzzbox funk, shoestring doo-wop, and haunted, eerily hook-laden spirituals. Out-of-this-world packaging.



Chocolate Milk Action Speaks Louder Than Words
Stone classic Allen Toussaint and Marshall Sehorn production. Killer funk like the rare groove protest of the opener, running straight into Time Machine... phew.



Linda Williams City Living
With the unmissable Elevate Our Minds. A Richard Evans production from 1979, between Chicago and LA, crowning Linda's years masterminding Natalie Cole's success.



Gold
Previously-unreleased album of psych-soul, dancefloor funk, soulful ballads somewhere between Rotary Connection and 24 Carat Black including highly-sought-after, Cali-funk-soul seven What About The Child.



George Jackson Don't Count Me Out
A songwriting mainstay of FAME from 1968 to 1972 monsters like Candi's Evidence George was also a very fine singer, unmannered, hurt, open. The first of several volumes.




Pleasure Accept No Substitute
More lovely funk, Latin jazz and soul, bridging the Dust Yourself Off and Joyous albums. Kicks off with a bumping collaboration with Wayne Henderson and Side Effect, much sampled and features Ghettos Of The Mind.



Ural Thomas Push 'Em Up
Third volume in the North Portland Music series the local legend in 1960 'an upbeat soul stomper for the dance floor and a pretty ballad with tight harmonies and lots of groove'.



The Fame Studios Story, 1961-1973 Home Of The Muscle Shoals Sound
Otis, Aretha, Candi, Etta, Irma, Willie Hightower, Bettye Swann, Bobbie Gentry, etc etc etc... an 84-page booklet with numerous new interviews... plenty of obscurities and previously-unissued tracks... Essential!



Cal Tjader Mamblues
The fiery, 1958, Latin Jazz rug-cutter backed with the 1972, Purdie-propelled, fatback-funk version, from the Fritz The Cat soundtrack.




Joe Coleman Test Drive
Classic, early-eighties disco-boogie.



Etta James Losers Weepers
The 1970 LP a neglected, heavy-soul classic with eleven extras, unmissable deep soul like The Love Of My Man, funk like Tighten Up. Watch out, the title-track and come-again Weepers are pretty devastating.