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VariousSweet Soul Revue – Dance Standard Renaissance 2009 – Mixed By Soul Source ... CD
Universal (Japan), 1970s/2009. Used ... $12.99
A cool sort of collection – even though it's not exactly the kind of sweet soul that's usually prized by collectors! The package features some older tracks, and some newer ones – almost all of which are mixed up nicely by the Soul Source team – in a style that's similar to some of their older Soul Source Productions sets – with lots of house music rhythms added to the older tunes, so that they fit in nicely next to the newer ones! There's 32 tracks in the set, which spans over 75 minutes of music – so the mix is somewhat tight, but that keeps the excitement level high throughout. Titles include "Remind Me" by Joyride, "Fantasy" by Sweet Soul Revue, "Miracles" by Jackson Sisters, "It's Great To Be Here (Kenny Dope rmx)" by Jackson 5, "I Love You" by As One, "Ben (HF rmx #4)" by Michael Jackson, "I Like It" by Jazztronik, "Come With Me (Eddy Meets Yannah Adria mix)" by Tania Maria, "Funky Drummer (listen to the Muro mix)" by James Brown, "Peter Gunn (Max Sedgley rmx)" by Sarah Vaughan, "Moon Dreams (Rasmus Faber rmx)" by Flora Purim, "ABC (readymade super 524 mix)" by Jackson 5, "Breakout" by Makai, "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You (Soul Source Production mix)" by Boys Town Gang, "Saturday In The Park" by Sofa King, and lots lots more! CD
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✨✧ VariousMaster Of The Masterpiece Vol 2 – More of The Best Of Patrick Adams ... LP
P&P, New Copy 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Few folks might feel confident to lay claim to being the "master of the masterpiece" – but given the mighty talents of Patrick Adams, the title is certainly well put! Adams has a legacy that's mighty wide in soul music – from group recordings of the late 60s, to harmony soul of the early 70s, to seminal funk and club of the latter 70s – some of the best of which is featured in this set! The collection draws on material that Adams recorded for the P&P family of labels during his partnership with Peter Brown in the 70s and early 80s – a critical relationship that had an undeniable impact on the sound of underground club for many years to come, and which is still really just being discovered fully today. This second chapter in the Adams/Masterpiece series follows strongly on the first – and in a way, it's even more essential as it features a few less hits and some more lost treasures – including some numbers that push the groove a bit more than before – both back to older soul styles, and forward to some slightly more electro-influenced sounds. Titles include "Everybody Dance" by Bumblebee Unlimited, "Happy Is The Only Way" and "Rotation" by Sine, "Busy Body" and "Nasty Rock" by The P Crew, "Never" by Center Stage, "Dance & Shake Your Tambourine (original demo)" by Universal Robot Band, "No Deposit No Return" by Debbie Taylor, "Looking For A Brand New Game" by The Eight Minutes, "Ain't No Mountain High Enough (original demo)" by Inner Life, and "I Got A Big Bee (original demo)" by Bumblebee Unlimited. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousGhetto Discotheque – 13 Tracks Celebrating The Disco Kings & Queens Who Kept The Faith With The Funk ... CD
Stateside (UK), 1970s. Used ... Out Of Stock
An unfortunate title – but a great set of grooves! The set's pretty unusual in that it brings together disco and club tunes from the late 70s southern scene – most of them recorded for TK records, a few more for Malaco and related labels – all of them bubbling over with that tight funk sound that made the Miami scene so great. The set goes way past the obvious club numbers from the era, and features some lesser-known and hard to find cuts that rock with a harder groove than usual – almost sounding like some of the P&P tunes from up in Harlem at the time. Titles include "Girl You Need A Change Of Mind" by Paul Lewis, "Burning Love Breakdown" by Peter Brown, "I Get Lifted" by KC & The Sunshine Band, "Take A Chance" by Queen Samantha, "Blackwater Gold" by Sunshine Band, "Is It In" by Jimmy Bo Horne, "Ghetto Disco" by Ted Taylor, "Odyssey (part 2)" by Johnny Harris, "Disco Energy" by Universal Energy, "Inner City Blues" by Paul Lewis, and "Do What You Wanna Do" by T-Connection. 13 tracks in all. CD
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VariousR&B Hipshakers Vol 3 – Just A Little Bit Of The Jumpin' Bean ... LP
Vampi Soul (Spain), Early 60s. New Copy 2LP ... $26.99
Rare soul from the legendary King Records – hand-picked by Mr Fine Wine, with a special ear for sharp-edged R&B grooves! Most of the work here is from the same early soul stretch as James Brown's initial work for King – and recorded with an equally raw sound overall – heavy rhythms, powerful instrumentation, and amazing vocals that really stretch out with a bold sound for the new generation! A few of the cuts here are by familiar names, and others are lesser-knowns from the rich King catalog – all wrapped together in a big batch of tracks that's filled with the kind of rare gems that Fine Wine's know for – both as a collector and a DJ. Titles include "Old Faithful & True Love" by Earl King, "She's Mine" by Joe Tex, "Mama Needs Your Lovin Baby" by Linda Hopkins, "Cozy's Mambo" by Cozy Cole, "The Jumpin Bean" by The Mystics, "Harem Girl" by Red Prysock, "I Won't Have It" by The King Pins, "One Buffalo" by Jimmy Peterson, "Thanks Mr Postman" by Bobby King, "Solid Rock" by Eli Pauling & The Royalton, "Nothing But Good" by Hank Ballard, and "Take Your Fine Frame Home" by Billy Gayles. LP, Vinyl record album

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