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Three Rooms/Welcome To Dreamsville

7-inch (Item 607591) Soul 7 (UK), Mid 60s — Condition: New Copy
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There's a great booming start to "Three Rooms" – a great bass drum beat that really gets the whole thing going in a midtempo stepping groove that's mighty nice – and perfect for Audrey Freeman's uptown soul-styled vocals! A great tune of urban sadness – with a key "empty room" motif! "Dreamsville" is wonderful too – a killer New York soul number from Sammy Ambrose, who belts out the lead lyric with this heartbreaking quality that really blows us away – and which provides a great contrast to the upbeat grooves underneath!  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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