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Soul Hits Of The 70s – Didn't It Blow Your Mind! Volume 10
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15 bass-heavy classics from the band that virtually invented the 80s groove sound! The set's a good selection of tracks from Slave's classic Cotillion albums from the late 70s, and it also includes 5 tracks from bandmember Steve Arrington, who went on to record with his Hall Of Fame group during ... CD
Even better than the first one – with a bigger range of obscure tracks! Music from the Dominoes, the Swallows, the Cardinals, the Colts, the Five Keys, the Drifters, the Harptones, the Jarmels, the Nutmegs, the Clovers, Robert & Johnny, the Chantels & more. CD
We couldn't think of a better way to describe the sound of Slave than "stone jam"! The band's got a bass-heavy groove, mixed with a lot of soul, in a style that was often copied by many groups in the 80s, but never equaled. The real strength in the band was their songwriting – ... CD
Yowsa! We hardly ever knew Chic had enough to fill 2 albums, much less 2 greatest hits compilations – but they did, and between this one and volume one, you'll get just about all the stuff they ever recorded for Atlantic. Plenty of choppy guitar, driving beats, and catchy pop-disco grooves ... CD
This set's the reason they waited awhile to find a final resting place for James Brown – because the mixes here are certainly enough to have him turning in his grave! The set's a European extrapolation of grooves originally laid down by The Godfather back in the day – remixes that take ... CD
Teena Marie on Stax Records – something we never thought we'd see, but which we're happy to applaud, given the strength of this set! Teena's arranging and producing herself here – and the record has some of the best tight soul modes of other recent sets in the Stax revival – an ... CD