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Quite possibly THE greatest cut ever from Sidney Joe Qualls – one of those excellent 70s underground singers who was also a hell of a writer – and who really burns strongly on both levels here with the classic "I Don't Do This" – a tune that will stick in your head for ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Northern soul treasures from Lorraine Chandler on a sweet 45 from Outta Sight UK! "I Can't Change" is a great uptempo Detroit groove to it, a great track co-written by Jack Ashford, the percussionist for The Funk Brothers. A great, Motown-worthy cut that was actually recorded for RCA. ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Heavy funk, all the way through – a brilliant batch of cuts from The Original Black Sheep Of The Family – and one of the only true testaments we've ever seen to their obscure funky work! The set begins with the massive "In The Forest" – a wicked, wangly groove that ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Tripped-out soul from the Chicago scene of the 60s – a killer groove from Saxie Russell! Part 1 features Saxie's rough vocals stepping out in front of the tune's quick-stepping rhythms – a kind of early funk approach that has the group rumbling along at a mighty fast clip with a few ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Nothing secret about this groove – as it bursts out with a joyous, positive energy it's very hard to miss! The young Dee Dee Sharp really sounds great on the cut – soaring with righteous Philly 60s backings – and "Good" is another tasty number – but one done with ... 7-inch, Vinyl record