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Martha And The Vandellas Come And Get These Memories
Their 1963 album debut, backed by the Funk Brothers, produced by H-D-H and William 'Mickey' s Monkey' Stevenson.

Mary Gresham Voice From The Shadows
Marvellous southern soul the second half here was commissioned by Sussex (and includes a fine Use Me), but the label went bankrupt before release.

Barbara Mason Give Me Your Love
Featuring Curtis' own swirling production of his title-song. (Babs is more soft-porny than Sisters Love.) Otherwise mostly Sigma recordings staffed by Leon Huff, Norman Harris, Earl Young, Vince Montana...

Master Plan Inc. Something To Be Done
1980 Chicago boogie-soul, recorded at Brunswick, originally out on Mundo; with the previously-unreleased demo version on the flip.

Master Plan Inc.
All previously unreleased, from band-leader Fred Shorts' personal archive: modern soul, seventies groovers, mid-tempo crossover dancers, and high energy funk from Chicago, 1973-84. No filler.

Master Plan Inc. Try It (You'll Like It)
Sweet, sassy, mid-70s soul, recorded in Minneapolis, produced in Chicago.
Doug Shorts' silky vocals meet break-heavy, horn-laden funk.

Maxine Brown Best Of The Wand Years
Subsuming previous coverage by Ace, with numerous rarities and unissued gems, this is the essential Maxine Brown, and classic soul music from heaven.