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Lou Johnson Incomparable Soul Vocalist
Superb, refined soul music for all you connoisseurs, mostly written in the Brill Building (with a bunch of Bacharach and Davids), originally issued by Big Top in New York.



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.



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.






Aretha Franklin Just A Matter Of Time: Classic Columbia Recordings 1961-1966
Fab, zinging Aretha, pre-Atlantic, with the dodgy jazz and showtunes sifted out, and two recordings previously unreleased the self-penned I Still Can't Forget, and When They Ask, recorded when she was just 19.



Jimmy Hughes Steal Away: The Early Fame Recordings
Basically covering 1962-65 the Steal Away album, some sevens, and some ace unissued stuff, not least the Dan Penn composition Have You Done Got Over Me.



Slow 'N' Moody, Black And Bluesy, And More
A fabulous, landmark compilation of deep, southern and bluesy ballads originally released in 1983 back again at last, with improved sound and numerous additions.



The Exciters Soul Motion
All their fab late 60s recordings for Bert Berns and his Bang and Shout labels, and then RCA classic girl group and soul both, with some dancers and northern anthems, lit upfront by the great belter Brenda Reid.