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Shorty Long Here Comes Shorty Long
The complete Motowns two albums and a pair of out-takes.



Nobody Wins Stax Southern Soul, 1968-1975
Plenty of killers, old friends like The Soul Children and William Bell alongside nuff new discoveries. Check the samples (if you think you're hard enough).



Paul Kelly Hot Runnin' Soul
All Buddy Killen's productions for the Lloyd, Dial, Philips and Happy Tiger labels, between 1965-71. Some great dancers... but Kelly's slow, Southern soul is just killer.



The Apollas Absolutely Right!
Impeccable, lovely, gal-trio soul, from mid-sixties New York City, including early sides as the Lovejoys take it easy, Wackies fans solo recordings by lead singer Leola Jiles, and several fine unissued sides.



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.




The Fame Studios Story, 1961-1973 Home Of The Muscle Shoals Sound
Otis, Aretha, Candi, Etta, Irma, Willie Hightower, Bettye Swann, Bobbie Gentry, etc etc etc... an 84-page booklet with numerous new interviews... plenty of obscurities and previously-unissued tracks... Essential!



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.



Etta James Call My Name
The classic 1967 Cadet LP. Eight of the twelve bonus tracks are from FAME... orphaned monsters like Aretha's Do Right Woman, I Worship The Ground You Walk On, Almost Persuaded.



Bobby Marchan Get Down With It
He's celebrated for nutting out with Huey Piano Smith's Clowns but this is classic, essential, mid-60s southern soul, recorded for Stax and American in Memphis, and FAME in Muscle Shoals, with knockout ballads.



Patrice Holloway Love And Desire
Capitol and Motown sides.