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Columbia/Soulmusic.com (UK), Early 70s. New Copy
The debut album from Ronnie Dyson – presented here with a huge amount of bonus tracks too! The core of the set is the long-titled album – If You Let Me Make Love To You Why Can't I Touch You – a wonderful first album from Ronnie Dyson – a set that's mostly soul, but also ... CD
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Joneses
Epic/Big Break (UK), 1977. New Copy
A killer for the Joneses – probably their strongest album all the way through, thanks to some great production and arrangements by Bobby Eli! This one's got the group taking the fragile harmony style of their earlier records, and filtering it through the Philly powerhouse groove to create a ... CD
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ABC/Shout (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy
Uptempo blues and uptown r&b from Mr Personality himself – the great Lloyd Price – a huge batch of numbers cut in the late 50s and beginning of the 60s! The set is of full of chiming, hook filled singles like the huge title track – with fairly brassy arrangements, piano and ... CD
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Epic/Big Break (UK), 1978. New Copy
A real classic from the great Patti Labelle – one of the lady's first few albums as a solo act, and a set that definitely marks her step forward into a whole new sort of sophisticated soul! Some of the funkier, grittier touches of the Labelle years are in place – but Patti's also got ... CD
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Universal Togetherness Band
Numero, Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy
A Chicago group who never hit the big time during their short run at the start of the 80s – but one who definitely know how to groove! There's a vibe here that really lives up to the "togetherness" in the group's name – a way of coming together with a tight, sharp sound ... CD
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Atlantic/Driven By The Music (UK), 1991. New Copy
Donna Summer's got blonde hair on the cover this time around, so the album might lead to a case of mistaken identity – but the lady's vocals are still very much on par, and set up here in a whole new set of grooves! The style's nicely contemporary, compared to Summer's previous few records ... CD
 



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