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Madleen Kane's still sexy as hell on the cover – and still serving up her trademark sensuous brand of disco – which made her as big on the dancefloors as she was between the pages of Playboy at the time! Thor Baldursson handles the grooves here – with that great compressed style ... CD
Sweet soul with a nice disco groove – by a singer who was brought to light during the Bee Gees' big disco years of the 70s! Teri's got a wonderful approach here – almost earlier female pop, but with a soulful range too – one that's really brought out by the arrangements, which ... CD
Overlooked gems from the southern soul scene of the late 60s and early 70s – all the soul singles issued on the Minaret Record label, presented here with both the a and b-sides intact! Minaret material all came from the legendary Playground Studios – that unusual north Florida ... CD
An overlooked gem on Stax Records – one of the only records ever cut by Bettye Crutcher – also a songwriter with the label, but a hell of a singer on her own! Bettye's got a style here that's very unique – still in a Stax mode, but a bit more sophisticated too – with a ... CD
2-fer CD compiling the first two Detroit Emeralds LPs recorded for Westbound. Although lesser-known than their other Westbound labelmates, the Detroit Emeralds were an excellent Detroit soul group with a funky sound, and they sold loads of records in local markets where they were getting lots of ... CD
A great double-header from Sylvester – two Fantasy classics back to back on a single CD! Sell My Soul is an overlooked gem from Sylvester's years on Fantasy Records – a set that has him working strongly with soul maestro Harvey Fuqua, in a really great blend of disco and more laidback ... CD
Seminal southern soul from Jimmy Hughes – a classic Fame production from the early days of the Muscle Shoals scene – and definitely the kind of work that set the tone for countless imitations to follow! Jimmy Hughes sounds even better here than in his first batch of recordings for Fame ... CD
One of the few albums ever cut by drummer Grassella Oliphant – a soulful smoker that really shows the hip approach to jazz on Atlantic Records in the 60s! The album's got a tight groove that comes from superb efforts from a great quartet – Oliphant's drums in the lead, plus tenor from ... CD