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cover damage or wear as noted above, or strictly cosmetic flaws.
2 excellent tracks of Chicago soul from Barbara's hard to find I Call It Trouble LP. Both tracks are great, with excellent Eugene Record production, and the kind of great songwriting that made Barbara one of the city's best talents! 7-inch, Vinyl record
Very early single by Loleatta Holloway, and with much more of a raw southern soul feel than you'll find on other records. "Rainbow" is her version of the Gene Chandler classic, and although it's pretty faithful to the original, Loleatta gives it a nice new sound. 7-inch, Vinyl record
Sweet soul from a group of vocalists who were (at the time) sequestered in a New Jersey prison. Don't let the bars keep you back, though, because this is classic east coast harmony stuff. George Kerr wrote and produced, and the a-side's a mellow ballad, and the flip's a socially conscious track ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
We don't know much about Marvin Sims other than his deep soul records from Chicago, of which this one's a gem! The track's a long 2-part mellow one, with a sound that's more southern than Chicago, and which is filled with excellent vocals by Marvin – who's got a style here that's a little ... 7-inch, Vinyl record