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The Shirelles
Baby It's You

RUMBLE

Sublime New Jersey girl-pop originally out on the Scepter label in 1962 featuring Bacharach's knockout title-song, and the chart-topper Soldier Boy.



Marvin Gaye That Stubborn Kinda Fellow
Foundational second LP with bvs by The Supremes, The Temptations and The Vandellas, songwriting help from Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong, and The Funk Brothers laying it down.



Ike And Tina Turner Dynamite!
Their second, 1962 LP is probably their best with all-time, smash-hit murder like It's Gonna Work Out Fine, Poor Fool, You Should've Treated Me Right and I Idolize You.



Stevie Wonder The Jazz Soul Of Little Stevie
The debut LP of Detroit son Stevland Hardaway Morris, aged 12, playing keyboards, harmonica, and percussion. With the original studio version of Fingertips.



Stevie Wonder Tribute To Uncle Ray
A pumped mixture of RC classics and originals in the same manner, recorded when SW was just 11 (though released after Jazz Soul).



Bo Diddley In The Spotlight
From 1960, kicking off imperiously with his smash Road Runner.



Bo Diddley Is A Lover
His sixth album for Checker in 1961 is a classic, wildly entertaining from start to finish. Rockers like Hong Kong, Bo the wicked raconteur, stomping avant guitarism like Congo, bits of flamenco, Chicago blues....



Professor Longhair Mardi Gras In New Orleans
His absolutely unmissable fusion of blues, barrelhouse boogie-woogie, funk, gospel, mambo, rhumba and second-line street parade rhythms. B-sides, rarities and alternates, 1949-57.



Professor Longhair Rockin' With Fess
Dr. John: 'All New Orleans pianists owe Fess... guru, godfather, and spiritual doctor of all that came under him.' A kind of greatest hits of this giant, drawn from labels like Atlantic, Mercury, Federal. So good.







Lavern Baker La Vern
Her 1956 Atlantic debut, key to the splitting of jazz singing into rhythm and blues and soul. Lavern was Memphis Minnie's niece. Her stage-name in her teens was 'Miss Sharecropper'.



Lavern Baker La Vern Baker
Rocking and rolling. Classy, tough.



Marv Johnson Marvelous Marv Johnson
Berry Gordy chose Marv to kick off his new label TAMLA.
With the chart-smash You Got What It Takes and the classic Come To Me.



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