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Cult Cargo Soul Messages From Dimona
Almost preposterous, this beautiful snapshot of a US expat community fetched up in Dimona, Israel, in the second half of the seventies, holding faith with its love of Chicago soul and spiritual jazz. Vinyl now too.



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




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.



Eccentric Soul The Nickel And Penny Labels
Some gorgeous, classic, unmistakably Chicagoan soul here the productions of Richard Pegue.



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.




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.



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




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.



Leroy Hutson The Man!
His second LP, from 1974, featuring a nice, mellow version of The Ghetto. With Fred Reklaw and Phil Upchurch.





Walter Jackson Welcome Home: The Okeh Recordings Volume 2
Sixties Chicago soul for connoisseurs, from the Okeh, Columbia and Epic labels. Carl Davis sublime at the controls, plenty Curtis songs over the two volumes.