Chambers Brothers —
Right Move ... LP
1975. Used ....
$3.99Temporarily Out Of Stock
We're not normally the biggest fans of The Chambers Brothers, but this album's a cracking winner from the mid 70s. Shouldn't be so, given the date and the label, but there's a really funky track on here that's one of their best – the great break cut "Stealing Watermelons", which... read more
Harmony heaven – a pair of Little Anthony & The Imperials albums together in a single set, with some sweet bonus tracks too! On A New Street is wonderful work from Little Anthony – and a great update to his smooth 60s harmony sound with The Imperials! Anthony wisely employs the... read more
This is it! The record that helped put disco over in a huge way, with a sound that would go on to be heavily imitated for years to come. Sweeping disco production from Hugo & Luigi arranged and conducted by Van McCoy, already a studio mainstay by this point, coupled with a set of accessible... read more
Della Reese —
Right Now ... LP
Mid 70s. Used ....
$6.99Temporarily Out Of Stock
Arranged by Peter Myers and Sammy Lowe – with cuts that include "Daydream City", "Something", "Simple Song Of Freedom", "Leftover Wine", "Billy My Love", "Skip A Rope", and "What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life".... read more
Sweet east coast harmony group soul, in a classic 70s style, and with nice backing by Van McCoy. The vibe's the same as some of the best Stylistics records from the time, and this one's an essential complement to any collection of records in that style. The Softones later made stuff with more of... read more
Mid-period Stylistics, recorded after their association with Thom Bell and Linda Creed, and during the time that the group was handled by Hugo & Luigi. H&L do an ok job with them, and they've got Van McCoy handling arrangements to add a bit more soul to the mix – but the record is... read more
A masterpiece of harmony soul – one of THE all-time greats of the genre, and a lasting treasure from The Stylistics! The album really took vocal soul to a whole new level for the 70s – pushing from the sometimes fragile ballad style of the late 60s into a smoother, more mature sound... read more