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Luther Ingram Let's Steal Away To The Hideaway; Do You Love Somebody
His last two albums for Ko Ko, from 1976 and '77, a kind of curtains for vintage Muscle Shoals soul.



George Jackson In Memphis 1972-77
Terrific southern soul from the guy who wrote a string of killers as staff at Goldwax, and for Candi Staton and Clarence Carter, at Fame. The Only Way Is Up is his song; and The Osmonds' One Bad Apple.



George Jackson Don't Count Me Out
A songwriting mainstay of FAME from 1968 to 1972 monsters like Candi's Evidence George was also a very fine singer, unmannered, hurt, open. The first of several volumes.






Walter Jackson Welcome Home: The Okeh Recordings Volume 2
Sixties Chicago soul for connoisseurs, from the Okeh, Columbia and Epic labels. Carl Davis sublime at the controls, plenty Curtis songs over the two volumes.





Etta James Losers Weepers
The 1970 LP a neglected, heavy-soul classic with eleven extras, unmissable deep soul like The Love Of My Man, funk like Tighten Up. Watch out, the title-track and come-again Weepers are pretty devastating.