Dayton ... CD United Artists/EMI (UK), 1980. Used ...
The first album by this excellent 80s groove ensemble – and a key part of the Ohio funk scene of the end of the 70ss! Forget the more famous funk acts you may know from Ohio, because Dayton's Dayton (can we say that?) were one of the sweetest, smoothest, tightest funk acts to come out of the ... read moreCD
Early Detroit soul – by the great Marv Johnson, one of the first talents to be supervised by a young Berry Gordy! In fact, it could be said that everything Berry put into his work with Marv led to the formation of Motown – as Marv's mixture of smooth vocals and swinging soul really ... read moreCD
Two sides of early 70s solo Ike Turner – raw, rootsy bluesy soul on the appropriately titled Blues Roots – and stranger, psych soul sounds on Bad Dreams – together in a single set! The Blues Roots album's not lying with the title – as it's a rootsy album of electric blues ... read moreCD
A massive collection of work from Bobby Womack – a well-selected best of set that covers his key years at Minit and United Artists Records! At the time of these late 60s/early 70s recordings, Bobby was into a groove that was totally his own – a mixture of deep soul and country roots, ... read moreCD
Killer 70s work from Bobby Womack – reinventing himself here in a great style that keeps all the warmth and soulfulness of his Minit recordings, and gives it a healthy dose of 70s soul production – creating a sweet new groove that pushed Womack into a huge new audience at the time! ... read moreCD
One of the best blacksploitation soundtracks of the early 70's – not only for the great title cut by Bobby Womack, "Across 110th Street", but for the excellent hard-hitting instrumentals by J.J. Johnson, which are perfectly in the groove of the blacksploitation generation! Lots of ... read moreCD