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Memphis 60 Soul, R'n'B And Proto Funk From Soul City USA
Thrilling rarities from Stax and Goldwax funky scorchers like The Hawg; hard takes on Ticket To Ride and Tramp; Isaac Hayes' debut 45; Willie Cobbs' You Don't Love Me (which Dawn Penn did over as No, No, No).



The Exciters Soul Motion
All their fab late 60s recordings for Bert Berns and his Bang and Shout labels, and then RCA classic girl group and soul both, with some dancers and northern anthems, lit upfront by the great belter Brenda Reid.



Blue Magic Blue Magic
Brilliant Bobby Eli business classic Philadelphia soul on a par with The Delfonics and The Moments with Sideshow and the wonderful Look Me Up.





Hypnotic Brass Ensemble Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Tear-up bad-boy brass-band scorchers. Just like dad crossed Sun Ra with Kool And The Gang, this crashes funkdafied New Orleans street jazz into hip hop. With Flea, Damon, Tony Allen, Malcolm from The Heliocentrics.





Eccentric Soul Smart's Palace
Drawing on Dick Smart's group of soul labels run out of Wichita, Kansas, from 1963-75 like Solo, Kanwic, Vantage and Lee-Mac.



Freddie Scott
One of the great soul singers, with classy recordings made between better-known stints for Colpix and Shout, making the very most of sometimes poppy material.




Terry Callier About Time: The Terry Callier Story 1965-1982
A fine first survey of classics recorded for Prestige, Cadet and Elektra, with some magnificent rarities and an essential unissued folk-funk recovery, and a decent booklet.



Vicki Anderson Message From A Soul Sister
Don't Throw Your Love In The Garbage Can! Too Tough For Mr. Big Stuff! And with a generous helping of Lyn Collins, too. Killer James Brown business.