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Calvin Harris Love's Recipe
The first time out for these honey-voiced odes to domesticity ó alternately buoyant and sobering ó produced by Earl Wiley in Chicago in 1972.



Master Plan Inc.
All previously unreleased, from band-leader Fred Shorts' personal archive: modern soul, seventies groovers, mid-tempo crossover dancers, and high energy funk from Chicago, 1973-84. No filler.




Dazzle Layin' In The Shade
Classy Chicago boogie from 1982... the same milieu as the Dazz Band and Kinsman Dazz.



Master Plan Inc. Something To Be Done
1980 Chicago boogie-soul, recorded at Brunswick, originally out on Mundo; with the previously-unreleased demo version on the flip.




Syl Johnson Is It Because I'm Black
Syl's key record... unmissable Chicago soul. Amidst the deluge of his revives, don't miss it, it's all you really need. A handsome reissue of the Twinight.





Lonnie Givens Runnin' To A Disco
Seminal Chicago boogie released in the late-70s on Mason. So good that Curtis tried to sign it to Curtom; so nice that Lonnie cut it twice, secondly with a couple of Detroit Emeralds at the desk. All versions here.



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.



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