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The Complete Goldwax Singles Volume 1 1962-1966
A mouthwatering series in prospect, full of discoveries, but also charting every turn in the careers of giants like James Carr at this great Memphis label, as rhythm and blues turned southern soul.

The Complete Goldwax Singles Volume 2 1966-1967
James Carr and The Ovations to the fore, with some great southern soul from Specer Wiggins, Percy Milem, Eddie Jefferson, George Jackson and Dan Greer, and Barbara Perry, and a splash of country, and garage too.

The Copeland Davis Group Smouldering Secrets
Mid-seventies soulful jazz, rugged and groovy, clubby. Morning Spring is outstanding (though obviously indebted to Marvin Gaye).

The Dells The Dells Sing Dionne Warwicke's Greatest Hits
Alternatively Terry Callier Boys Tear Up Bacharach And David With Charles Stepney At The Desk And Phil Upchurch, The Chess Strings And The Pharoahs All On Fire. Great, showy soul music from 1972.

The Four Mints Gently Down Your Stream
Honest-to-goodness late-60s-early-70s group-harmony soul from Columbus, Ohio, with fine players like vibraphonist Billy Wooten, expert arranging by Dean Francis, and executive production by Capsoul boss Bill Moss.

The Heliocentrics Out There
Plenty of b-boy breakbeat in these buzzing, open instrumentals from Malcolm Catto and co some trippy stuff, some out jazz, some Middle and Far Eastern vibes.