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The Creative Corporation


Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Eddie Holland recording for their own Invictus Records shortly after leaving Motown in the late-60s. With the ineffable Why Can't We Be Lovers, Where Did We Go Wrong, etc.

Chairmen Of The Board Executive Group
The best of their Invictus hits and classics.

Lee Dorsey Big Easy Soul Champ
Pretty much all his essential Amy sides.

Honey Cone Scorching Soul Trio
Million-sellers like Stick Up and Want Ads, and an hour of their other Hot Wax shots.
(Edna Oops! Wright was a Honey Cone, as rare groove fans will know.)

Syl Johnson Mississippi Main Man
The best of his Hi sides, 1972-76.

Laura Lee Supreme Soul Diva
Top-notch, raunchy, no-nonsense, feminist soul music, still bang on target. It's Not What You Fall For, It's What You Stand For, Wedlock Is A Padlock, Crumbs Off The Table.... unmissable.

Willie Mitchell Memphis Rhythm King
Tough, floor-filling, late-sixties versions of massive hits like Brand New Bag, The Horse, My Babe, Cleo's Mood. Toddlin' and Poppin', Grazin' and Wadin', they're all here.

Bobby Patterson Texas Soulman Extraordinaire
All his recordings for Shreveportís Paula Records.

Sidney Joe Qualls Windy City Wailer
All his Dakar and Chi-Sound sides ó including Chicago soul monsters like I Donít Do This (To Every Girl I Meet), How Can You Say Goodbye and Run To Me.

Tommie Young Shreveport Soulstress
Fabulous female soul originally on Soul Power. A fine That's How Strong My Love Is; killers like Do You Feel The Same Way, You Can't Have Your Cake (And Eat It Too), She Don't Have To See You (To See Through You).....