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VariousFree Soul Motor City – Hot Wax & Invictus Treasure ... CD
Hot Wax/Ultra Vybe (Japan), Early 70s. New Copy ... $16.99
Some of the most upbeat soul of the 70s – a great run of tracks from the Hot Wax and Invictus label – home to the post-Motown efforts of the team of Holland Dozier Holland! The trio created a whole new sort of Detroit groove at the time – a style that was often at its best when grooving – in styles that would be copped by some of the disco generation a few years later, but which have a lot more bite in these earlier recordings – the kind of joyous, spontaneous fire that we love from some of the other titles in the Free Soul series! As with other Free Soul collections, there's a huge amount of music here – 26 tracks clocking in at over 80 minutes – with tracks that include "You Made Me Over" by Melvin Davis, "Touch Me Jesus" by The Glass House, "All We Need Is Understanding" by Chairmen Of The Board, "I Shall Not Be Moved" by Freda Payne, "Why Can't We Be Lovers" by Lamont Dozier, "Mama's Little Baby" by Brotherly Love, "Ain't It Good Feelin Good" by Eloise Laws, and "Frightened Girl" by Silent Majority. CD

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VariousInvictus Soul Box Set (3CD set) ... CD
Invictus/Sanctuary (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. Used 3CDS ... $29.99
A mighty mighty dip into the legendary Invictus Records catalog – the Detroit soul powerhouse headed up by the Holland-Dozier-Holland team after they departed from Motown! The Invictus groove is a much heavier one than Motown – a righteous approach to soul that uses plenty of bass, plenty of funk, and lots of deeper production styles – all at a level that was perfect for the growing sophistication in Detroit as the 70s loomed large. Like Motown, the label had a number of key acts that used similar studio backing – an approach that made for very unified feel on most numbers, and a cross-label sound that comes through perfectly in this set – no matter what the artist on the record! 3CD set features a total of 68 numbers in all – all packaged into one nicely-priced box, with loads of rare singles from some of the related labels in the Invictus family. Titles include "Bar B Q Ribs" by Raynel Wynglas, "Sliced Tomatoes" by The Just Brothers, "I Got It" by New York Port Authority, "Cheba" by The 8th Day, "Crumbs Off The Table" by Glass House, "Band Of Gold" by Freda Payne, "VIP" by Scherrie Payne, "Everything Good Is Bad" by 100 Proof Aged In Soul, "Something New About You" by The Silent Majority, "Your Love Controls Me" by The Jones Girls, "The Music Box" by New Play with Ruth Copeland, "Patches" by Chairmen Of The Board, "Love Factory" by Eloise Laws, "That's Love" by The Hi-Lites, "Can't Get Enough Of You" by Tyrone Edwards, "Wanting You" by Earl English, "Rip Off" by Laura Lee, "I'm Not My Brothers Keeper" by Flaming Ember, "New Breed Kinda Woman" by Holland Dozier Holland, "Why Can't We Be Lovers" by Lamont Dozier, "Mama's Little Baby" by Brotherly Love, "Unhooked Generation" by Freda Payne, "Bump Your Lady (parts 1 & 2)" by Natural High, "Sitting On A Time Bomb" by Lee Charles, "Sunday Morning People" by Harrison Kennedy, and "Time Gonna Change Everything" by Lucifer. CD
(Out of print. Booklet has some water damage. Box has some edge wear.)

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✨✧ VariousGet Down With . . . Saturday Night Soul ... CD
Metro (UK), 1970s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
15 tracks in all: "We Got The Funk" by Positive Force, "You've Got Me Dangling On A String" by Chairmen Of The Board, "I Don't Want To Be A Freak (But I Can't Help Myself)" and "Does That Ring A Bell" by Dynasty, "Goin' To See My Baby" by the Fatback Band, 'Rip Off" by Laura Lee, "I'm Doing Fine Now" by New York City, "Band Of Gold" by Freda Payne, "Want Ads" by Honey Cone, "I'm NOt My Brother's Keeper" by Flaming Ember, "Somebody's Been Sleeping In My Bed" by 100 Proof Aged In Soul, "Sending Out An SOS" by Retta Young, "Dreamin' A Dream" by the Crown Heights Affair, "Take That To The Bank" by Shalamar, and "Pillow Talk" by Sylvia. CD

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✨✧ VariousGood Times Australia – Presented By Norman Jay ... CD
Central Station (Australia), 1970s/2010. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
Norman Jay takes his Good Times groove from the London scene to the Australian one – but as with other great volumes in this series, the vibe here is mostly American – overflowing with a wicked batch of rare soul goodies that are mostly from the 70s, plus a few choice cuts from more recent years! Norman's been spinning rare funk and soul for over 25 years – and through all that time, he's always been one of the best cats to check out – as magical with a soulful cut as Gilles Peterson is with a jazzy one – blessed with a wonderful ear for putting things together, and mixing together rare gems and familiar cuts that sound even better in the Good Times context. This 2CD set is overflowing with goodness – and titles incolude "Never Be The Same" by Michelle William, "U Know What's Up" by Donell Jones, "Men Are Getting Scarce" by Chairmen Of The Board, "Kooks" by David Bowie, "Send In The Clowns" by Lorez Alexandria, "New Day" by Peven Everett, "Everything Is Great" by Inner Circle, "I" by Donaeo, "Conqueror" by Danny Clark & Jah Benham, "Living From The Mind" by Brick, "Happy To Be With You" by Jean Carn, "Take Me Now" by Tammy Payne, "Theme From Belle Et Fou" by Jazzanova, "More Of Myself" by Light Of The World, "Backstabbers" by Tina Turner, and "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" by High Contrast. CD

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