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Barbara LynnAtlantic Years – 1968 to 1973 (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Atlantic/Run Out Groove, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... On July 24, 2020
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Run Out Groove exclusive. Pressing quantity based on pre-release demand – extremely limited and individually numbered!)

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Barbara LynnMovin On A Groove (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Demon (UK), Early 70s. New Copy ... $24.99
Excellent lost work from Barbara Lynn – a fantastically hip soul singer who's maybe best known for her early work on Atlantic Records – but who also cut some great work later on in the 70s, working under producer Huey P Meaux! This set brings together a number of rare tracks that Barbara cut in Texas in the early 70s for Huey – none of them as well-known as that earlier work, but in many ways even better! The style of the tracks segues nicely from Barbara's 60s work – with many spare, sad numbers that offer a perfect focus on Barbara's great voice and subtle guitar playing – and even though some of the tracks are covers of other folks' soul hits, Barbara takes plenty of effort here to make the tunes all her own – and titles include "Movin On A Groove", "I'm A Good Woman", "You Left The Water Running", "Poor Old Trashman", "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye", "How Do You Think I Can Live With Somebody", "Take Your Love & Run", and "Nice & Easy". LP, Vinyl record album

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Barbara LynnMovin' On A Groove/Disco Music ... 7-inch
Soul Brother (UK), 1976. New Copy ... $7.99
A lost modern soul classic! Although Barbara Lynn had some big hits in the 60s, "Movin On A Groove" is a sweet 70s number that's been in demand for years – and which has a hook and a groove that just don't quit! "Disco Music" is great, too – sounds a bit like some of Johnnie Taylor's classic mid 70s work. 7-inch, Vinyl record
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✨✧ VariousGreatest Sing Their Soul Favorites ... LP
Wand, Mid 60s. Very Good ... Out Of Stock
A cool collection of work from the Wand Records soul powerhouse years in the 60s – two or more tracks each by Theola Kilgore, Little Esther Phillips, Barbara Lynn, Big Maybelle, Maxine Brown, and Dionne Warwick. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some light wear.)

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✨✧ VariousNew Orleans Gris Gris – Voodoo Grooves From The Crescent City ... CD
Metro Select/Union Square (UK), 1960s/1970s. Used 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
Music from Tami Lynn, Dr John, Fats Domino, Art Neville & the Meters, Irma Thomas, Barbara Lynn, Johnny Adams, Lee Dorsey, Slim Harpo, Robert Parker, Eddie Bo, Allen Toussaint & more. CD

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✨✧ VariousSoul Spectrum Vol 1 – Dancefloor Soul, Rare Boogie, & Soulful Disco ... CD
Jazzman (UK), Late 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An excellent collection of tight modern soul and funky uptempo numbers – cuts that aren't really disco, but which are smoother than the usual funk you'd hear on the Jazzman label – a really unique hybrid that's hand-picked by the mighty Fryer! Lots of the grooves here have a cool indie feel – a bit like Fantasy Records funky soul of the late 70s, and a bit like some of the more soulful club of the east coast scene at the time – and given the tightness of the instrumentation, there's often some nice jazzy touches in the mix – making some of the solos as appealing as the vocals! Most tracks here are of late 70s vintage, although there's a few bits from other years too – and titles include "People" by Elipsis", "Simple Song" by Zebra, "Life Goes On" by Freak, "Rollercoaster" by George Smallwood, "Mellow Feeling" by Barbara Lynn, "Funktown" by Nate Calhoun, "I've Got It" by Tolbert, "Party & Get On Down" by Big Apple Band, "Give Me One More Chance" by Target, "You're The One" by Kings Go Forth, "You're The Best" by Larom Baker, "What About The Child" by Gold, and "Keep Her Happy" by Phillip Wright. CD

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✨✧ VariousCharlie Gillett's Radio Picks From Honky Tonk ... CD
Ace (UK), 1950s/1960s/1970s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Soul, blues and rock selected as nuggets spun by Charlie Gillett on his influential Honky Tonk show for Radio London! Gillett's selections of proto rock and r&b from the 50s, to 60s & 70s southern soul & funk, raw and raucous roots rock are uniformly excellent – seemingly stylistically divergent, but united in the sense of heart and soul. You get 60s soul from Barbara Lynn and others, 50s sounds from Amos Milburn, Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters and more, plus gritty rock from the 50s to the 70s from Dale Hawkins, Graham Parker, and others. Wonderful stuff all around. 25 tracks in all with a nice booklet of notes: "How Far To The Horizon" by Jessie Winchester, "Down On The Farm" by Big Al Downing, "Games People Play" by Joe South, "Susie Q" by Dale Hawkins, "Oh! Baby" by Barbara Lynn, "Honky Tonk (Pt 2) by Bill Doggett, "Soul Makossa" by Manu Dibango and much more. CD

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