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It's Not What You Know (It's Who You Know)/These Lonely Nights

7-inch (Item 572181) Ever-Soul/Daptone, Early 70s — Condition: New Copy
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A beautiful single from Bob & Gene on a funky 45 from Ever-Soul/Dapton ! "It's Not What You Know (It's Who You Know)" and "These Lonely Nights" are both apparantly from the Bob & Gene vaults, which gives us hope that there may be another album's worthy of great material that could pop up! The former kind off calls out social injustices in the lyricism, but it's a stripped down soul tune at it's core. "These Lonely Nights" is a nicely raw feel to it with great vocals and an insistent groove to it. (Comes in a great pic sleeve, too!)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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