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Eccentric Soul The Tragar And Note Labels
Fifty recordings on Jesse Jones' twin labels out of Atlanta, between 1968-1977. Southern to northern soul, classic R and B to modern, dancers to romancers.



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.



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



Eccentric Soul The Dynamic Label
Quality sweet soul, ballads, thumping dancers, girl-group and the rest from Abe Epstein's San Antonio label, late-1960s. Curtis and co in the air. Fine singing, big drums, strong horns, sophisticated arranging.






Emotions Sincerely
A very classy album indeed their first after leaving Columbia in 1981 including the two-step shot You're The Best.




Equidity Funk
Super-rare, big-money, cream-of-the-crop Peter Brown productions throwing down vintage electro, hiphop and funk. Supervised by the man himself.



Ernie K-Doe Here Come The Girls!
The 1970 album, produced by Allen Toussaint, with three extras.



Erykah Badu Baduizm
The CD with an extra disc of six tracks 'rare, remixed and live'.




Eugene McDaniels Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse
Funky soul-jazz classic, with a nice line in political dissent and vitriol, and stuffed with samples. (Tribe, the Beasties and Pete Rock, for three.) The CD is a factory-sealed cut-out, notched on the spine.