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A rarity from the early 90s funky underground by Bus People Express – who were alternately working as Soul Saints during this period – and they would soon trailblaze the contemporary funk scene as Poets Of Rhythm! "Augusta Georgia (Here I Come)" starts out with stripped-down ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
A sweet Jamaican-tinged take on this tune by Bob & Gene – one that features the duo's vocals set to grooves from the Inversions, a group led by Ticklah – all in a style that turns the soul track into a lost rocksteady number! The approach is mighty nice – strange at first, ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
The first funky outing we've ever heard from The Budos Band – but a really tasty funky set, with a raw and stripped-down feel! "Up From The South" is a chugging, churning mass of snapping drum breaks and scratchy guitar – topped by a well-crafted horn part that comes in as ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
A pair of numbers by Brooklyn soul great Charles Bradley backed by The Menahan Street Band – including a wonderful take on Neil Young's classic "Heart Of Gold"! The cover works incredibly well, with Bradley's gravely vocals carrying the emotion of Young's lyrics in really moving ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
A rare gem from the ABC run of soul singles in the 60s – and maybe the only thing we've ever heard from this sweet girl group! "Gonna Be A Big Thing" has a great groove, and a really positive vibe – one of those numbers that gets you out on the floor, then has you humming the ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Robin McKelle sounds mighty nice on "Fairytale Ending" – a tune with a great 60s soul finish, and almost a Dusty Springfield sort of vibe – but we're even more partial to "Love's Work", as it features some guest vocals from Gregory Porter – who slides in ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
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