An incredible collection of heartbreaking soul work – served up in a variety of different early 70s styles – harmony soul, deep soul, sweet soul, and everything in between! The set's got a slightly hokey title, but it more than makes up for it with the music – a brilliant assortment of indie singles from the start of the 70s – put together with a key focus on slower, mellower tunes that sound perfect in the wee small hours of the evening! There's a good bit of work on here that we haven't seen on CD before, mixed with others that we've never seen reissued at all – and the package has some wonderful notes on the music from the mighty David Cole, of In The Basement fame. 2CD set features 36 tracks in all – including "On The Real Side' by Tommy Keith
, "The Story Of Our Love" by The Carstairs, "I Wonder What She's Doing" by Soul Generation, "I'm Glad" by Jimmy James, "Weep For Me" by Brown Sugar with Clydie King, "I Just Want To Be Loved" by Lee Charles, "Time Is Love" by Black Ivory, "Don't Leave Me Baby" by Ray Gant & The Arabian Knights, "Please Let Me Come Home" by Charles Brimmer, "Love On A Two-Way Street" by Lezli Valentine, "I'm So Lost" by Mark Greene, "I Care For You" by Louis Williams
, "I'm So Lonely" by The Barrons, "Telegram" by Eleanor Mills, "He's Gone" by Susan Phillips, and "Do My Best" by Jean Carn.
(Out of print.)