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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 Notations That Girl
Lush, previously unreleased sides by the Chicagoan vocal harmony group, recorded in 1971 at Gene Cash's studio, after the demise of Twinight.



The Young Disciples The Young Disciples
Vinyl too! An early associate of Ray Charles and Ike Turner, Alan Merry ran his YoDi, Gateway and Merry labels like a kind of community youth project, in tough, late-sixties East St. Louis, Illinois.



Titan It's All Pop!
Wants-list power-pop, apparently, from Kansas City, thirty years ago, luxuriously revived.



Unnatural Funk Band Strange Happenings
A brilliant, tough, mid-70s funk work-out; and some nostalgia, with wistful falsetto and low-riding narration. Formerly known as Bump And The Soul Stompers, led by Jerald 'Bump' Scott, from Kansas City.



Wayfaring Strangers Ladies From The Canyon
By 1970 the folk revival all but over the sound that began in the hills and caught fire on the lower east side of Manhattan was being reborn in the canyons of California, at church picnics and coffee-houses.



Wayfaring Strangers Guitar Soli
'Bridging the gap between American primitive pioneers John Fahey and Leo Kottke and the California Modernists... the private side of the solo guitar movement from 1966-81.' 40-page booklet, usual Numero class.



Wayfaring Strangers Lonesome Heroes
Male folk singers mithering and dithering all the way from 1970 to 1983, very introspective, sombre, spare and intimate, most of it originally pressed privately, plenty of it beautiful and haunting.



Willie Wright Telling The Truth
Feeling, folkey-dokey soul from 1977 (with Skull Snaps and Jimmy Castor crew). His terrific cover of Curtis' Right On For The Darkness is included with the LP as a seven; with the CD as a vinyl five-incher!




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