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The Chi-Lites I Like Your Lovin'
Outstanding, rare 1970 outing, produced by Eugene Record, including Give It Away.




Syl Johnson Complete Mythology
Presenting the great Chicago soul singer, prior to his joining Hi in 1971. Vinyl and CD formats all in together, gorgeously packaged with a sumptuous booklet. Available to UK residents only. Post-free!



The Voices Of East Harlem The Voices Of East Harlem
From 1973, stepping outside the church under the wing of Leroy Hutson and Curtis Mayfield, this is a soul masterpiece, with Cashing In, Wanted Dead Or Alive and the rest.
A must.



William Parker I Plan To Stay A Believer
Firing Curtis interpretations, full of funk and soulfulness, grooving jazz fire, and good old-fashioned revolutionary politics, by this octet with Hamid Drake, Dave Burrell, Leena Conquest, Amiri Baraka.



Aretha Franklin Sparkle
Curtis steered the Queen back on track in 1976 with this majestic, but pared-down production (not exactly a soundtrack), with plenty of killers, like Something He Can Feel, soul heaven.



24-Carat Black Gone: The Promises Of Yesterday
Hurt, disillusioned, beautiful, pure, sensuous Windy City soul music from the mid-1970s, never out before jazzy but street (like Donny Hathaway), musically sophisticated but emotionally straight (like Curtis). ...




Leroy Hutson Leroy Hutson
Classic with the great rare groove All Because Of You, the great instrumental Cool Out, the great song Lucky Fellow. CD from Soul Brother.



Eccentric Soul Twinight's Lunar Rotation
Even after various surveys over the years, a fresh, unmissable selection from this great Chicago soul label, with unreleased tracks. And now the vinyl, with 13 extras, their most beautifully packaged yet.




Brotherman Original Soundtrack
Great mid-seventies Chicago soul, the real deal. (The film never materialised.)



South Side Soul Survey
Vintage soul from Chicago's south side, presented by Clarence Johnson, with notes by Robert Pruter.



Shades Of Brown S.O.B.
Richard Evans and Charles Stepney arrangements across a range of soul idioms; and top-drawer harmonizing, Temptations-style. A rare album sampled by A Tribe Called Quest!



The Voices Of East Harlem Can You Feel It
Arranged and produced by Leroy Hutson, who co-wrote all the songs, and part engineered at Curtom. The Voices' best album, brimming with good vibes, bubbling grooves, great singing, political resistance.