Soul — CDs

Great music in many modes -- northern soul, deep soul, harmony soul, modern soul, and group soul -- plus disco, funk, club, electro, rare groove, and more!


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VariousMovements Vol 7 – Compiled By Tobias Kirmayer ... CD
Tramp (Germany), 1960s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $8.99
Maybe the coolest collection so far in this all-great series – a package that really has the Movements set expanding its vibe – to include some jazzier and more R&B-based titles as well – a perfect mix for their long-running love of funk and soul! The collection's got a gritty sound right from the start – a reach that goes back to the earliest days of soul to find some skittish nuggets that are great groovers – and a run up to the 70s to pull together some hip modal jazz tracks that provide a wonderful sense of contrast – sounds that are all groovy, all soulful, but span a rich world of styles and scenes! There's loads of gems here we'd never heard before at all – and titles include "California Dreaming" by Nu Art Quartet, "Sugar" by Howard B Smith, "Woke Up This Morning" by Rene Baily, "Unchain My Heart" by Johnny B & The Music Makers, "Nitty Gritty Humbug" by Steve Mason Trio, "He's A Real Gone Guy" by Dorothy Ramsey, "Out Of This World" by George Smith, "How Can You Be So Cold" by Lee Mitchell, "Dasheka" by Bob Hines Trio, "The Deep End" by Ray Johnson, and "The Purple Jellybean" by Johnny Walker Trio. (Funky Compilations, Soul) CD

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✨✧ Donna SummerDonna Summer – The Ultimate Collection (3CD set) ... CD
Crimson (UK), Late 60s/1970s/1980s/1990s/2000s. New Copy 3CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Plenty of Donna Summer happening here – a massive 3CD package that not only includes classics from the disco years, but also some unusual early work, obscure later tracks, and a host of rare remixes and cuts from singles! CD1 is titled "to dance" – and features 18 club classics – including "Hot Stuff", "Bad Girls", "MacArthur Park", "I Feel Love", "The Wanderer", "On The Radio", "Eyes (Jellybean rmx)", "Heaven Knows", "She Works Hard For The Money", and "Dinner With Gershwin". CD2 is titled "to love" – and has some of Donna's more easygoing cuts, mixes with a few more groovers too – 20 titles that include "Down Deep Inside", "Try Me I Know We Can Make It", "Spring Affair", "Love Is In Control", "Love's Unkind", "No More Tears", "Love To Love You Baby", and "Could It Be Magic". CD3 is maybe the coolest – and even goes back to some of Donna's early German work, and some other club projects with Paul Jabara and Patrick Cowley – with 20 titles that include "Wasserman", "O Segne Gott Mein Seel/Bless The Lord", "Lady Of The Night", "The Hostage", "Once Upon A Time", "Shut Out", "Something's Missing", "I Remember Yesterday", "Never Lose Your Sense Of Humor", "Walk Away", "Love Is The Healer (Eric Kupper's I feel healed 7" mix)", "Fame The Game (Dave Aude radio)", "I Got Your Love (radio)", "To Paris With Love (Mendy radio)", and "I Feel Love (Patrick Cowley rmx)". CD

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