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The Sweetest Feeling A Van McCoy Songbook, 1962-73
Jackie Wilson, Gladys Knight, Erma Franklin, Nina Simone, Aretha Franklin, Jerry Butler, Esther Phillips, Irma Thomas, Chuck Jackson... This guy wrote Giving Up, the Donny Hathaway masterpiece, for crying out loud.




The Bert Berns Story Vol 2, Mr Success, 1964-67
Stunning versions of his awe-inspiring songs stuff like Tami Lynn on I'm Gonna Run Away From You, Erma Franklin's Piece Of My Heart, Van Morrison's Brown Eyed Girl, Mr Success by Bobby Harris.




James Pants The Electric Finger 2
Mashing up classic electro hip hop, post-punk, two-step soul, rare boogie, a little Dutch psych, cosmic electronic library music, booty-bass, and jacking acid classics, Pants-style, for starters.




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 Complete Goldwax Singles Volume 2 1966-1967
James Carr and The Ovations to the fore, with some great southern soul from Specer Wiggins, Percy Milem, Eddie Jefferson, George Jackson and Dan Greer, and Barbara Perry, and a splash of country, and garage too.




Goldwax Northern Soul
Stompers, floaters and ballads, with several impossible to get otherwise.



Eccentric Soul Smart's Palace
Drawing on Dick Smart's group of soul labels run out of Wichita, Kansas, from 1963-75 like Solo, Kanwic, Vantage and Lee-Mac.



The Complete Goldwax Singles Volume 1 1962-1966
A mouthwatering series in prospect, full of discoveries, but also charting every turn in the careers of giants like James Carr at this great Memphis label, as rhythm and blues turned southern soul.



Local Customs Downriver Revival
Gospel, group soul, garage-punk, northern, jazz and funk, recorded by Felton Williams between 1967 and1981 in Ecorse, just downriver from Detroit. Amazingly the DVD contains 200 more recordings, and a film.



Respect Aretha's Influences And Inspiration
A testament to the impeccable taste of the greatest soul singer of all time mostly big names and classics, rounded off by gospel giant Clara Ward, and the song Aretha sang at her funeral.