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Charles 'Packy' Axton Late Late Party, 1965-67
Rare, rocking, raw sixties soul from this founding member of the Mar-Keys, son of Stax co-owner Estelle Axton, and Memphis rudeboy. With Steve Cropper, Donald Duck Dunn, Booker T.

Betty Davis Betty Davis
Her stupendous masterwork the last word in raunchy hard funk, with Anti Love Song, of course, and three decent bonus tracks. Props to Sly Stone's drummer Greg Errico, and Larry Graham. BD, so baaaad.

Darondo Listen To My Song: The Music City Sessions
At last the bigger picture the chunky, lubricious, classy funk of William Daron Pulliam, out of seventies California.

Disco Gold Scepter Records And The Birth Of Disco
Some great Tom Moulton here. The Patti Jos are essential.

True Soul
Volumes 1 and 2, the vinyl box-set.

Pleasure Dust Yourself Off
Bouncy Lady! The first of their six Fantasy albums via Wayne Henderson's At Home Productions. Tasty jazz-funk and soul from the Portland crew. CD from BGP.

Ella Washington
Start-to-finish killer sixties southern soul album, originally out on John Richbourg's Sound Stage Seven.

Bobby Marchan Get Down With It
He's celebrated for nutting out with Huey Piano Smith's Clowns but this is classic, essential, mid-60s southern soul, recorded for Stax and American in Memphis, and FAME in Muscle Shoals, with knockout ballads.

Quality dancers, proto-disco and ballads from Janice Barnett, flopping for Fantasy in 1976 including the sweet slowie Goody Two Shoes, and the floor-filler I Told You So, evergreen with Beach and Northern fans.