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New Laura LeeLaura Lee ... LP
Hot Wax, 1972. Very Good ... $8.99
A standout set from the great Laura Lee – a deep soul singer with power to rival the greatness of Aretha Franklin, but one who's also got a funkier punch to her music too! The album's a great blend of late 60s female southern and tight 70s bad sister funk – a style that's a bit like that of Gwen McCrae at her early best, but handled here with a fuller vibe that's right in keeping with the best modes of the Invictus/Hot Wax scene from the Holland Dozier Holland team! Vocals are wonderful throughout – and the album features the breakbeat classic "Crumbs Off The Table" – plus "Guess Who I Saw Today", "If I'm Good Enough To Love (I'm Good Enough To Marry)", "Rip Off", "You've Got To Save Me", and "Workin & Lovin Together". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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Laura LeeWomen's Love Rights ... LP
Hot Wax, Early 70s. Very Good+ ... $11.99
An excellent batch of hard soul grooves from the great Laura Lee! This one was her first for the Hot Wax label – and it's got the raw quality of her earlier singles for labels like Chess, with a hard vocal style that's very much in the Aretha Franklin/Fontella Bass camp – plus some arrangements that have that bouncing soulful quality that the Staple Singers were using on Stax at the time! There's lots of horns in the mix, and some congas as well, which gives the album a bit of a different twist – kind of an earthy undercurrent that works great with the vocals. Includes the great title cut "Women's Love Rights" – plus "I Don't Want Nothin' Old (But Money)", "Wedlock Is a Padlock", "Her Picture Matches Mine", and "Two Lovely Pillows". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has duct tape along the top seam, a cut corner, and some light wear.)

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VariousHot Wax Greatest Hits ... LP
Hot Wax, 1972. Near Mint- ... $9.99
A great collection of some of the best numbers from the Hot Wax label of the early 70s – second generation Detroit soul that really set the standard for the 70s! The tunes here were massive back in the day – blasting out of juke boxes, car radios, and a fair bit of home stereos too – all for good reason, given the care and balance the Holland-Dozier-Holland team brought to their work in the studio, and their ears for selecting singers to handle the work. Titles include "Want Ads" and "Stick Up" by Honey Cone, "Somebody's Been Sleepin" and "Too Many Cooks" by 100 Proof Aged In Soul, "Westbound #9" and "Mind Body & Soul" by Flaming Ember, "Woman's Love Rights" by Laura Lee "Women's Love Rights", and "Frightened Girl" by Silent Majority. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout hole.)

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VariousTouch Of Soul Vol 1 ... LP
Atlantic (Japan), Late 60s. Near Mint- ... $33.99
A very cool collection – Japanese-only, and filled with some rare moments from the Atlantic Records catalog of the 60s! Titles include "Darling" by New Foundation, "Calling For Your Love" by The Enticers, "Keep Your Love Strong" by The Webs, "What Can You Do When You Ain't Got Nobody" by Soul Bros 6, "Great Big Thing" by Barbara Brown, "Can I Hold You To It" by Lorraine Johnson, "Can I Be Your Main Thing" by Margie Alexander, and "But You Know I Love You" by Laura Lee. LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes insert – and in great shape!)

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New Clarence CarterPatches ... LP
Atlantic, 1970. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The album that very firmly put Clarence Carter on the mainstream soul map – thanks to his brilliant version of the title tune! By the time of this set, Carter was already one hell of a soul singer – and really brought amazing sounds to play with classic production from Rick Hall and the Fame Studios gang. But when he pointed those talents towards the country soul story "Patches", he really found his groove – mixing southern roots from both sides of the fence into one really unique groove – and following it up with a host of other well-chosen tunes that really helped establish Carter's unique place in music. George Jackson co-wrote a number of the best tunes – a few with Clarence – and titles include "Patches", "I'm Just A Prisoner", "Till I Can't Take It Anymore", "Changes", "Say Man", "Willie & Laura Mae Jones", "CC Blues", and "Getting the Bills (But No Merchandise)". LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has a promo sticker in one corner.)

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New Senor SoulSenor Soul Plays Funky Favorites ... LP
Double Shot, Late 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Tremendously groovy work from the legendary Senor Soul – a fab little combo from late 60s LA, and one who played in a wonderful blend of soul, funk, and Latin-based modes! The sound here is made up from elements that include vibes, organ, piano, guitar, and drums – plus plenty of funky flute on most numbers, really taking the lead in a snappingly soulful kind of way! Like most LA groups of the time, Senor Soul do a great job of blurring lines between genres – working in some jazz, but staying more in a soul instrumental bag – and acting Latin at times, but usually going for more of a funky approach in the end! Some tracks are covers, and some are originals – and titles include "Pata Pata", "Spooky", "Get On Up", "Gimme Little Sign", "Psychotic Reaction", "Poquito Soul", "Up Tight", and "Mucho Funky". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear and a monaural sticker in one corner.)
 
 
 



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