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Barbara LewisComplete Atlantic Singles ... CD
Atlantic/Real Gone, Mid 60s. Used 2CD ... $13.99
The best-ever collection of work we've ever seen from Barbara Lewis – and the first set to really give the soul singer her due! Lewis was a hell of a vocalist back in the 60s – an artist who could be classy one minute, and gutsy the next – often working with key production from the great Ollie McLaughlin – a Detroit talent from the time, and one who crafted a really unique groove with Barbara! The result is a batch of tracks that go way beyond familiar 60s soul – and way beyond Barbara's better-known hits too – a wealth of under-discovered tunes that really shows a lot of development, especially as the 60s move on. There's loads of tracks on here we've not heard in years – and titles include "Fool Fool Fool", "On Bended Knees", "You're A Dream Maker", "I'm All You've Got", "I'll Keep Believing", "Don't Forget About Me", "It's Magic", "Make Me Belong To You", "I Remember The Feeling", "I'll Make Him Love Me", "Sho Nuff", "Make Me Your Baby", "Love To Be Loved", "Think A Little Sugar", "My Mama Told Me", "Snap Your Fingers", "Pushin A Good Thing Too Far", "Come Home", "Baby I'm Yours", and "I Say Love". CD

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Barbara LewisThankful For What I Got/Sho-Nuff ... 7-inch
Atlantic, 1968. Very Good- ... $4.99
7-inch, Vinyl record
(Label has a drillhole.)
 
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Atlantic StarrAll In The Name Of Love ... LP
Warner, 1986. Sealed ... $3.99
A mid 80s classic from Atlantic Starr – at the height of their catchy commercial fame – bouncing along with rhythms that crossover nicely to the mainstream, yet still keep a bit of their previous funky edge intact! The groove here is almost in the style that Atlantic Starr inspired in so many other younger groups in the earlier part of the 80s – although it's also a bit more polished too. Most instrumentation is electric, and tunes are mostly written by the team of David and Wayne Lewis – both of whom sing on the record. Barbara Weathers also handles female vocals, and titles include "Once Lover At A Time", "Let The Sun In", "My Mistake", "I'm In Love", "Always", "Don't Take Me For Granted", and a version of Sam Dees' "All In The Name Of Love". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch. Shrink has a small hole.)

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Lewis ConnectionLewis Connection ... LP
Numero, 1978. New Copy (reissue)... $14.99 15.98
Rare funk from the same Minneapolis scene that gave the world Prince – a legendary indie set from the end of the 70s, put together by Lewis brothers Pierre and Andre! Despite their French names, the duo have a mighty American groove on the set – a wicked approach to funk that's very much in the best ensemble mode of the period – but leaner too, given the smaller lineup, and relatively sparse production – which makes most of the record bristle like some rare boogie 45! Vocals are by the brothers, plus female singer Barbara Bolar, and later Prince-mate Sonny Thompson – and Prince himself even adds in some slight magic to one cut on the set. Titles include "Dynamic Duo", "Got To Be Something", "Get Up", "Higher", "Feel Good To Ya", and "Mr G". (And for the record, the group's name on the cover was originally the Lewis Conection – but our spell checker has the title listed with the regular spelling!) LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Lewis Connection ... LP 13.99

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Lewis ConnectionLewis Connection ... LP
Numero, 1978. Near Mint- (reissue)... $13.99
Rare funk from the same Minneapolis scene that gave the world Prince – a legendary indie set from the end of the 70s, put together by Lewis brothers Pierre and Andre! Despite their French names, the duo have a mighty American groove on the set – a wicked approach to funk that's very much in the best ensemble mode of the period – but leaner too, given the smaller lineup, and relatively sparse production – which makes most of the record bristle like some rare boogie 45! Vocals are by the brothers, plus female singer Barbara Bolar, and later Prince-mate Sonny Thompson – and Prince himself even adds in some slight magic to one cut on the set. Titles include "Dynamic Duo", "Got To Be Something", "Get Up", "Higher", "Feel Good To Ya", and "Mr G". (And for the record, the group's name on the cover was originally the Lewis Conection – but our spell checker has the title listed with the regular spelling!) LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Lewis Connection ... LP 14.99

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✨✧ New York Rubber Rock BandDance With Me/Hello Stranger ... 12-inch
Henry Street, 1976. Near Mint- ... $4.99
One of the earliest singles on the classic Henry Street label – with 2 great tracks back to back! "Dance With Me" is an echoey club number with some surprisingly strong guitar – set next to lead vocals that must have sounded great in an older disco! "Hello Stranger" is a remake of the Barbara Lewis classic – done in a sweet, smooth disco mode – with some nice guitar work at the bottom! 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Clear vinyl pressing.)

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✨✧ VariousTamla Motown – Big Hits & Hard To Find Classics Vol 4 ... CD
Motown (UK), 1960s. Used ... Just Sold Out!
20 great tracks pulled from the Motown catalog – specially selected to include some harder to find numbers that were hits issued as singles, but which haven't been properly reissued, and other tracks that have had huge interest in the soul underground scene, especially in the UK! The package is a great look at the lesser-known side of Motown – and tracks include "Jamie" by Eddie Holland, "Whatcha Gonna Do" by Terry Johnson, "I Got A Feeling" by Barbara Randolph, "Cos You Know Me" by Rick Robin & Him, "A Little Bit For Sandy" by Paul Peterson, "Crying In The Night" by The Monitors, "It's Growing" by Bobby Taylor & The Vancouvers, "Steal Away Tonight" by Barbara McNair, "Never Say No To Your Baby" by The Hit Pack, "Day by Day Or Never" by Chris Clark, "It's Been A Long Long Time" by The Elgins, "Can't Stop Looking For My Baby" by The Fantastic Four, "Suzie" by Terry Johnson, and "You Need Me" by The Lewis Sisters. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Atlantic StarrAll In The Name Of Love ... CD
Warner, 1986. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A mid 80s classic from Atlantic Starr – at the height of their catchy commercial fame – bouncing along with rhythms that crossover nicely to the mainstream, yet still keep a bit of their previous funky edge intact! The groove here is almost in the style that Atlantic Starr inspired in so many other younger groups in the earlier part of the 80s – although it's also a bit more polished too. Most instrumentation is electric, and tunes are mostly written by the team of David and Wayne Lewis – both of whom sing on the record. Barbara Weathers also handles female vocals, and titles include "Once Lover At A Time", "Let The Sun In", "My Mistake", "I'm In Love", "Always", "Don't Take Me For Granted", and a version of Sam Dees' "All In The Name Of Love". CD
(Out of print.)
Also available All In The Name Of Love ... LP 3.99

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✨✧ Patti DrewWorkin On A Groovy Thing – The Best Of Patti Drew ... CD
Capitol/EMI (UK), Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sublime soul from one of our key hometown heroes – the always-great Patti Drew, heard here on some of her killer late 60s sides for Capitol Records! Patti started out as a sweeter soul singer, but on these tracks she really finds her own sound – a groove that's got the sophistication of Barbara Lewis on her Atlantic recordings, but which has a bit more of the punch at the bottom that was bubbling up from the Windy City artists of the time – especially some of the male groups who were really putting Chicago on the map with recordings for Brunswick or Okeh. Patti's work here has a sound that's similar – classy, but still plenty darn soulful – and this collection is a long-overdue look at the range of work she cut for Capitol on assorted singles and four albums for the label over the period of a few short years. Tracks include "There'll Never Be Another", "Fever", "Just Can't Forget About You", "My Lover's Prayer", "Where Is Daddy", "Stop & Listen", "Tell Him", "Can't Shake It Loose", "Keep On Movin", "Sufferer", "I've Been Here All The Time", "The Love That A Woman Should Give To A Man", "He's The One", "Wild Is Love", and "It's Just A Dream". The set also features 3 bonus tracks from Drew's previous years as a member of The Drew-Vels – "I've Known", "It's My Time", and an early version of "Tell Him". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Doris TroyDoris Troy Sings Just One Look & Other Memorable Songs ... CD
Atlantic (UK), 1963. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A landmark early moment from Doris Troy – a set that has her shining not just as a key 60s soul singer for Atlantic Records – but also as a heck of a great songwriter too! She's got a really fresh approach here – one that's right up front for the time – with a mix of raw vocals and classy production, in a style that's partly New York uptown – but which also has the kind of strongly individual vibe you'd get from singers like Maxine Brown or Barbara Lewis too! Arrangements on the record are by Gregory Carroll, who also wrote the bulk of the material with Doris – including tracks like "Lazy Days", "Bossa Nova Blues", "Whatcha Gonna Do About It", "Time", and "Just One Look". Other tracks include "Stormy Weather", "School For Fools", and "Somewhere Along The Way". CD
 
 
 



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