Not just rare soul, but unreleased soul – a massive batch of it from the late 60s and early 70s, all pulled from the catalog of LA indies Modern and Kent Records! Modern/
Kent first got their start in the blues end of the spectrum in the postwar years – but by the 60s, they'd built up a strong network of artists and players from around the southern scene from the west to the east – a motherlode of great talent that was recorded at the time, but sometimes exceeded the labels' ability to issue singles! This set corrects that fact, and brings out a nice batch of hard soul, deep soul, and funky soul tracks from the time – a total of 25 titles in all, and including some rare singles that were issued, alongside some even better unissued material. Titles include "Wizard Of Art" by Johnny
Copeland, "My Bag" by Leon Peterson, "Love Line" by Billy Watkins, "That Someone Don't Know It" by Jimmy Robins, "Let Me Whisper In Your Ear" by Joe Haywood, "Irresistible You" by Billy Harner, "I Can't Get Enough" by Willie Hutch, "Gray Skies" by Wayne Boykin, "Change In Me" by Brilliant Korners, "Wanting You" by Jimmy Bee, "Enough For Everybody" by Betty Bibbs, "Don't Cha Ever Forget It" by Johnny Williams
, "Without Friends" by The Universals, and "I Can't Stand It" by Brenda George.