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Let's Soul Dance Black Dance Crazes From The Late 50s And 60s
Hey, everybody, all around the world, let's do the Stupidity.
Great soul reissue label... check it out.

Life Force
Blue-eyed soul from the same milieu as Ecstasy, Passion And Pain and Lee McDonald, with a sublime, floating version of Boz Scaggs' Slow Dancer.

Lil' Ed And The Soundmasters
A typically lovely Numero booklet tells the story of Chicagoís only blues-funk family band with an eight-year-old drummer, from early days with J.B. Hutto to Little Edís final snare cracks for Southside Movement.

Lionel Hampton Please Sunrise
Masterful jazz vibes set to Willie Henderson's funky arrangements of Brunswick soul ó great Eugene Record compositions like Otis Leavill's enraptured Love Uprising.

Listen, Whitey! The Sounds Of Black Power, 1967-1974
An engaging mixture of old friends and new faces ó freshly blended too, with Dylan's George Jackson run between Elaine Brown and the Watts Prophets, Roy Harper in amongst rap poetry.

Little Willie John Nineteen Sixty Six: The David Axelrod And HB Barnum Sessions
A last testament, previously unreleased, authoritatively covering the bases during a break from the life sentence which saw him die in jail of pneumonia, two years later. James Brown's favourite singer.

Little Willie John Heaven All Around Me
Some great sides here, cut for King between 1961 and 1963, on the cusp between rhythm and blues and soul (with country music oiling the wheels).