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✨✧ James Hunter SixNick Of Time (with bonus download) ... LP
Daptone, 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
One of the best things that ever happened to singer James Hunter was the moment he formed his James Hunter Six – a great combo who've really helped Hunter deepen his groove in recent years! James was always a great vocalist – one of the best blue-eyed soul singers of the past 20 years – but with the Six, he's got this rock-solid vibe that really seems to bring out his best – as the group effortlessly moves between late R&B, 60s soul, and a few 70s influences – all with a style that's nicely left of center, and which never makes you feel like James and the group are trying to just echo the past! Instead, there's a personal approach that sets Hunter apart from the pack – one of those really unique talents in the world of soul, maybe like The Peddlers or Lonnie Satin, to name two of our favorites. All tracks are Hunter originals – and tunes include "Missing In Action", "Nick Of Time", "Who's Fooling Who", "Paradise For One", "He's Your Could've Been", and "Brother Or Other". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ VariousUnissued Sixties Garage Acetates Volume 5 – You Tore My Brain! ... LP
Norton, Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Norton Records, the reigning deep garage rock relic hunters, still digging up gold – rugged, shambling r&b fueled, punk rock prefiguring singles from 1964-1968 – stuff that's never even been officially released! The stuff runs the gamut from raw, but capable blue eyed interpretations of r&b, to wild instrument bashing in the most hard charging and stumbling tradition. Some of it's ultra low fi, others have a clarity that could have pushed it closer to the mainstream – totally great stuff that's gotta be fresh news to even the most devoting 60s garage enthusiasts! Includes some great tracks by unknown artists, plus The Pharoahs, IVBidden, Jams Street Overpass, Sir Winston & The Commons and more. Titles include "Sick And Lonely" by IVBidden, "Watusi" by Invictas, "No Sorrow" by Sir Winston And The Commons, "I Can't Go On" by Fanatics, "The Hunter" by Unknown, "She Can't See" by James Street Overpass and more. 14 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album

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