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Allen Toussaint Southern Nights
Laidback, nostalgic, trippy, southern-soul concept album from 1975, with The Meters in the line-up.



Percy Mayfield My Jug And I
'Well, I spoke to the river, and the river spoke back to me, and it said, You look so lonely, you look full of misery.'





Nina Simone To Love Somebody
From 1969 pulling off fine versions of contemporary rock and pop: three Dylans, a Bee Gees, Suzanne, a Byrds...



Nina Simone Here Comes The Sun
The George Harrison, Just Like A Woman detourned, O-o-h Child, Mr Bojangles... even an uptempo, conga-driven My Way.



Nina Simone Sings The Blues
Her RCA debut from 1967, with Eric Gale and Bernard Purdie amongst others, slow-burning through a killer set-list. RCA CD.



Otis Redding The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads
Mr Pitiful at his most powerful, with the MGs in 1965.



Jimmy Scott Falling In Love Is Wonderful
At his heartbreaking best, in 1962: that perfect castrato voice overflowing with lack on love songs arranged by Gerald Wilson and Marty Paich, with label-boss Ray Charles supervising and playing piano.



Bridget St John Thank You For...
Her third, from 1972, adding instrumentation, and singing more like an Anglo, pastoral Nico.



Michael Rother Flammende Herzen
Duos with Jaki Liebezeit in 1976.



The Durutti Column LC
His second Factory album, from 1981, with Hannett out, drummer Bruce Mitchell in.
Includes The Missing Boy, in memory of Ian Curtis. CD ostensibly from Factory, with loads extra.






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