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if it is an oddity that is the only wrong thing about the record.
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We love "Midnight Cowboy" – no matter what form it takes! This one's a sublime funky instrumental – lots of bass underneath the trademark organ, peppered with horn blasts by the group! The flip's a nice instrumental – an original, with a bit of a goofy groove! 7-inch, Vinyl record
"Private Number" is one of the best singles to come out of Stax in the late 60's, and it's one of the greatest soul duets of all time! William and Judy sing back and forth about absence and desire – in a style that's a lot more sexy than we can ever remember from other male/female ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Excellent late Stax work from Booker T & The MGs! "Melting Pot" is a stunner – slyly jazzy, with a great groove that's miles ahead of "Green Onions", and which has been revived often over the years in hip hop samples. "Slum Baby" is another nice one – ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Veda never cut an album for Stax, but she's right up there with Jean Knight, Inez Foxx, and Carla Thomas as one of the label's strong deep soul females! "Short Stopping" is a funky number with a bit of a Johnny Taylor groove to it – bluesily vamping, with a catchy concept to hold ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
A later Stax single that offers up a side apiece by each of these obscure 70s groups on the label! Both sides are nice – possibly the best cuts by the groups – with a funky style that's kind of in the mode of The Emotions from the early 70s. 7-inch, Vinyl record
Cold Diamond & Mink provide some killer slow funk backing here – so much so that the tune's already got this great moody vibe before Emilia Sisco comes in with the lyrics – which have a heartbreaking vibe, and work with the funky backings almost like a classic tune by Ann Peebles ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
The O'Jays' fantastic Christmas single – one of the best-ever holiday tunes cut during the 70s, with a great hook, a sweet feeling, and a solid sound that kept it a seasonal favorite for many many years! 7-inch, Vinyl record