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Deniece Williams Niecy
From 1982, this is her second collaboration with Thom Bell, including her hit version of It's Gonna Take A Miracle.

Vicki Anderson Wide Awake In A Dream
Pre-funk gospelized soul sides, ostensibly produced by the Soul Brother himself, showing off her fabulous voice, especially the burners.

Lou Bond Lou Bond
His 1974 album for the Stax subsidiary We Produce, with fine singing and songwriting together, a lot of it protest, including his twelve-minute opus To The Establishment, sampled by Mary J and Outkast.

Eccentric Breaks And Beats
A mega-mix of more than fifty artists featured in the Eccentric Soul series.

Joe Bataan The Lost Sessions, New York,1970
His beautiful voice in fine fettle on this missing link between The Bottle and the Salsoul disco-raps a foretaste of disco in 1976, but previously released only in Japan, including fine Isaac Hayes and Billy Stew...

The Satintones Sing! The Complete Tamla And Motown Singles Plus
Fine Detroit doo wop, Drifters and Coasters style, definitively presented in this limited edition.

Labelle Moon Shadow
With their unmissable, blistering nine-minute version of the Cat Stevens, a masterpiece of cosmic, jazzy soul.

The Stovall Sisters Hang On In There
Classic gospel soul from 1971, with the scorcher Hang On In There.
The Sisters were former Ikettes, who sang back-up for Norman Greenbaum on Spirit In The Sky, versioned here.