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XGreat 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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✨✧ Paul LaurenceUnderexposed (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Capitol/Expansion (UK), 1989. Used ... Just Sold Out!
The title's a great one for this late 80s set – as Paul Laurence was one of the most underexposed soul singers of his generation, even though his work was always pretty darn great! Laurence comes across with plenty of spark and charm right from the start – undeniable star power that's made even better by the fact that Paul produced the whole record himself, and also wrote a good number of the tunes – acting as the sort of one-man powerhouse of soul that should have made it much bigger back in the day! The style's got a great electric 80s classic – maybe more the middle part of the decade than you'd guess from the date, although Paul's also respecting that return to less-cluttered arrangements that were really making headway at the time. Titles include "She's Gone", "Sue Me", "Make My Baby Happy", "Cut The Crap", "I Ain't Wit It", and "She's Not An Ordinary Girl". CD features two bonus tracks – "Cut The Crap (radio)" and "I Ain't Wit It (12" mix)". CD

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VariousBest Of Revelation Records 1959 to 1962 ... CD
Narroway, Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $15.99 19.98
A treasure trove of gospel from the New York scene – all recorded for the Revelation Records imprint – a partner label to Bobby Robinson's legendary Fire & Fury labels! Given Robinson's strong ear for early soul, R&B, and blues, there's a lot of rootsy power in these recordings – a way of producing both the vocals and instrumental passages in styles that definitely showcase Revelation's importance during these key birth of soul years – with lots of modes that would end up in secular soul a few years later! The CD's overflowing with gems that are sure to please both soul and gospel fans – 27 tracks that include "Guide Me" by The Soul Finders, "Sinner Like Me" by Christine Clark, "I Want To Go Home" by Drexall Singers, "If I Live Right" by Five Singing Stars, "Prodigal Son" by Mighty Gians, "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow" by Dr Coleman & Her Gospel Singers, "Pick Up Your Bed" by Twilight Gospel Singers, and "I've Got A Home" by Holy Wonders. (Gospel, Soul) CD

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