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    mr_so_so_4life

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    mr_so_so_4life

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    Aufstehen, rausgehen und kaufen. Ok, könnt ihr aber auch Online bestellen.  B-)

    https://www.cherryred.co.uk/product/james-bobby-purify-im-your-puppet-the-complete-bell-recordings-1966-1969-2cd/

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    soulpope
    "Ever Since The World Ended, I Don`t Get Out As Much"

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    https://www.acerecords.co.uk/dave-godins-deep-soul-treasures-volume-5

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      "Kunst ist schön, macht aber viel Arbeit" (K. Valentin)
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    soulpope
    "Ever Since The World Ended, I Don`t Get Out As Much"

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    „A scintillating, multi-million dollar LP finally gets a release 54 years late.

    Kenny Carter „Showdown – The Complete 1966 RCA Recordings“ is due 28.09.2020

    The massively admired Kenny Carter had three singles issued on RCA in 1966 but actually recorded 22 sides. Those singles and some previously unreleased tracks have made him a cult figure among soul connoisseurs. At last, we have the complete RCA sessions for you.
    Kenny Carter had two workmanlike 45s issued in the early 60s, to no success. For some unknown reason, in 1965 RCA decided to put him into the large Studio A at Bell Sound in Manhattan with one of the top arrangers of the time, a 20-plus piece orchestra and four top backing vocalists. Three 45s were issued between April and October 1966; none of them charted but the sessions continued with a view to issuing an LP in November. It never happened.
    The arranger Garry Sherman remembered it as a “a multimillion-dollar orchestra and chorus. In the violin section we had at least seven or eight Strads (each valued at $1,000,000+) – many were concertmasters for major symphony orchestras and are on hundreds of hit records.” Backing singers included Val Simpson, Nik Ashford, Leslie Miller and Toni Wine; several excellent songs were provided by Larry Banks’ songwriting team, which included Kenny, Tony May and Herman Kelley. However, it was the additional jazz and show standards that gave the album its raison d’être. Garry Sherman wanted to move the songs into the current soul idiom, rather than turn Kenny into a nightclub singer. He moulded the arrangements to suit Kenny’s powerful vocals. Fortuitously, RCA hired a photographer for the sessions and we have eight shots that show the recordings as they happened
    We have had access to the tapes since the 90s but have only managed to release six of the unissued recordings in a piecemeal fashion, up to now. The full 22 tracks here vary from ballads to uptempo dancers. That voice, supported by such an intelligently utilised orchestra, makes it a true, as yet unknown, pinnacle of 60s soul music.

    ADY CROASDELL

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      "Kunst ist schön, macht aber viel Arbeit" (K. Valentin)
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    soulpope
    "Ever Since The World Ended, I Don`t Get Out As Much"

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    https://acerecords.co.uk/everybody-makes-a-mistake-stax-southern-soul-volume-2

    Stax Records in Memphis was one of the centres of southern soul, yet due to its many hits and big city location, this often gets forgotten. We redressed that balance with the release of “Nobody Wins: Stax Southern Soul” but there was so much more to play that we’re back with 20 more tracks that capture the deep emotion and soulful feel of the Memphis behemoth.

    First up we have found a bunch of previously unreleased tracks. There are two by Eddie Floyd, including his own version of ‘Everybody Makes A Mistake’, first released by Otis Redding on “The Soul Album”; a stormer called ‘Standing In The Safety Zone’ by the Soul Children; and another cut by Chuck Brooks. We also have alternate takes of originally unreleased track by Ollie & the Nightingales and William Bell, and have gathered up rare tracks that appeared as bonus tracks on CDs by Jimmy Hughes, Mavis Staples, Shirley Brown, the Newcomers, David Porter and Veda Brown. Of those that saw release at the time, we have obscure B-sides by Eddie Giles, Israel Tolbert and Lee Sain. Singles from Randy Brown, Frederick Knight and the Nightingales are as good as anything the label released, and Isaac Hayes is present with his take on the Banks & Hampton single ‘I’m Gonna Have To Tell Her’, one of the great southern soul songs.

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    soulpope
    "Ever Since The World Ended, I Don`t Get Out As Much"

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    KAUFALARM …. :

    South-West Louisiana is famous for its homegrown music: the Cajun sound and its black cousin Zydeco. However, situated between New Orleans and Houston, the region’s music industry was ideally placed to also record local versions of soul, funk and blues. This compilation comprises high-quality Southern soul which, because of where it was recorded, tends to have been previously overlooked.

    The music here spans the early 60s, with artists such as Sticks Herman performing a local version of embryonic soul, and the early 1970s, when the influence of Memphis soul could be heard in the voices of Johnny Truitt and Moody Scott. This is the sound of record men Eddie Shuler, Carol Rachou and J.D. Miller getting the best out of local talent and passing musicians and releasing timeless slices of pure musical emotion.

    Shuler’s ANLA label is the main source, although the artist names are often hardly more than markers, with little known about some beyond the records they made. Terrie & Joy La Roy, Soul Shouting Tommy and Big Daddy Green, for example, all released thrilling singles, then disappeared back into obscurity. Others such as Camille “Lil” Bob carved out careers that lasted decades, whilst Bobby Charles moved from his pop hit ‘Later Alligator’ to Bearsville cult status via ‘Big Boys Cry’, a fine piece of emotional mid-60s soul. “You Gave Me Reason To Live” is a celebration of the exceptional music that can occur in the most out of the way places.

    01. BABY OH BABY (HOW FAR ARE YOU FROM ME) – CHARLES GREENE

    02. IF THERE’S A WILL THERE’S A WAY – IKE PORTER & THE FABULATIONS

    03. WITHOUT LOVE WHAT WOULD LIFE BE – TERRIE & JOY LA ROY with THE BILL PARKER SHOW BAND

    04. GROOVE MAKER – DYNAMIC ADAM & HIS EXCITEMENTS

    05. SOUL WOMAN – CAMILLE “LIL” BOB

    06. FOR THE GOOD TIMES – JOHNNY TRUITT

    07. ONE MAN’S HAPPINESS – MOODY

    08. SEA OF LOVE – FREDDIE LOVE

    09. OUR LOVE WILL ALWAYS BE – LEE BERNARD

    10. TRUST – COUNT ROCKIN’ SIDNEY with THE DUKES

    11. WHY DID I LET YOU GO – CHESTER RANDLE’S SOUL SENDERS

    12. YOU GAVE ME REASON TO LIVE – BIG DADDY GREEN

    13. LOVE FOR LOVE – IKE PORTER & THE FABULATIONS

    14. TO BE LOVED BY YOU – SOUL SHOUTING TOMMY

    15. LONELY FEELING – STICKS HERMAN

    16. BIG BOYS CRY – BOBBY CHARLES 17. IF YOU LOVE ME – CLIFTON WHITE & HIS ROYAL KNIGHTS

    18. ON BENDED KNEES BEGGING – BIG DADDY GREEN

    19. WHY I SHED SO MANY TEARS – TERRIE & JOY LA ROY with THE BILL PARKER SHOW BAND

    20. SHE’S GONE – DYNAMIC ADAM

    21. DON’T DRIVE ME DEEPER (INTO THE GROUND) – LEE BERNARD

    22. BLUES FOR MEN – KING CARL

    Erscheint am 28.5.2021 ….

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    "Ever Since The World Ended, I Don`t Get Out As Much"

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    https://acerecords.co.uk/early-years-and-unheard-pearls-1970-1973

    Hodges, James, Smith (& Crawford) are one of the last great 70s girl groups to be compiled. The reason for the strange billing is that they were formed in 1970, had a release as Hodges, James & Smith, then as Love ‘N’ Stuff. Ex-Motown starlet Carolyn Crawford joined in late 1971 for two singles before departing amicably in late 1972, leaving Pat Hodges, Denita James and Jessica Smith to continue as a trio.

    The early 45s are excellent and have long been admired, but the tracks found in the vault are superb and make this a must-buy for lovers of the girl soul group sound. Highlights include the two M’Pingo 45s when they were a quartet and the unissued dancers ‘Wishful Thinking’, ‘What Made You Think’, ‘Nothing Special In You’ and the sexy ‘In My Fantasy’. Pre-release plays of these at the 100 Club and on On-liners have been very well received indeed.

    The girls were also great purveyors of powerful ballads such as in ‘Baby My Love Is Showing’, ‘I’m A Woman’ and ‘Never Meant To Be’. The songs and production are from Mickey Stevenson, Clarence Paul, Ronnie McNeir, Leon Ware, Ernie Shelby and other talented musicians from the Detroit and Los Angeles scenes of the early 70s. Writers Rudy Calvo and A. Scott Galloway have conducted new interviews with Mickey Stevenson, Pat Hodges, Carolyn Crawford and Ronnie McNeir to tell the full story in the CD package. Carolyn Crawford has also supplied the only known photos of the group as a foursome.

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    soulpope
    "Ever Since The World Ended, I Don`t Get Out As Much"

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    “Can I Be A Witness : Stax Southern Groove” features eleven previously unreleased tracks from such illustrious names as the Soul Children, Little Milton, the Emotions, the Sweet Inspirations, the Nightingales and Frederick Knight, amongst others.

    https://acerecords.co.uk/can-i-be-a-witness-stax-southern-groove

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      "Kunst ist schön, macht aber viel Arbeit" (K. Valentin)
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    Chuck Armstrong „Shackin‘ Up“ (R&R)                          1976 ….

    https://www.hhv.de/shop/de/artikel/chuck-armstrong-shackin-up-910366

    Dicke Empfehlung an die „vinyl only“ Fraktion ….

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