The first ever retrospective of the late 60s & early 70s work of singer Willie Hobbs – a great mix of uptempo southern soul, slow cooking groovers, tender ballads and more – and Hobbs nails it on all fronts! Most of the singles were cut for Nashville labels– including Silver Fox, Seventy Seven, Sound Plus and others – with top
notch production and song selections, when added to Willie's exceptional vocals, adds up to excellence that rivals the best soul of the period made anywhere. It includes some great stuff recorded at Fame in Muscle Shoals, with that sound well represented, plus a bunch of stellar Nashille recordings that range from gospel-tinged soul to funky beaters! 22 tracks: "Yes, My Goodness Yes", "The Game Of Love", "Where The Sweetness Lies", "Where Did I Go Wrong", "Do Your Own Thing", "Big Legged Woman", "Mr. Lovemaker", "Why Me", "Judge Of Hearts", "At The Dark End Of The Street", "(Please) Don't Let Me Done", "Why Does It Hurt So Bad", "Somebody Love Me" and more..