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✨✧ Pat LundyOnly Love Spoken Here ... CD
RCA/P&C, 1973. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great little album from Pat Lundy – an enigmatic talent who crops up a number of times over the years – but always on different record labels, and always with a slightly different sound and style! This album's one of Pat's best – and has her working in a sophisticated soul style that's a lot like Marlena Shaw, with but some deep soul undercurrents too – a really great blend that was way ahead of its time when first issued back in 1973 – and a set that's still unlike most other records we can think of! Burt Keyes handles the arrangements, and he gives the whole thing a great sense of class right from the start – but also knows how to hit some funkier moments too, which really let Lundy unlock the bolder side of her vocals. Titles include "Only Love Spoken Here", "What Is Love", "Friend Of Mine", "Love Child", "He's The Father Of My Children", "No More Tears To Cry", and "I've Never Been A Woman Before". CD
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VariousBirth Of Soul Vol 3 – More Seminal Early 60s Sides That Reflect Soul Music's Gospel, R&B & Vocal Group Roots ... CD
Kent (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $9.99 18.99
The third volume in one of the greatest series on Kent – a selection of tunes from the early days of soul music, when R&B had peaked, gospel was lending a bit of influence, doo wop was turning into group harmony, and the term "soul music" was just a twinkle in the eyes of a few critics and punters! The vintage for most of these tunes is 1960 to 1964 – and Kent have done a great job of pulling together tunes with deep roots in the styles of the past, but which have one ear firmly turned towards the future of 60s and 70s soul. There's a total of 28 tracks in all – and titles include "She Put The Hurt On Me" by Prince La La, "Shorty's Got To Go" by The Impressions, "The Rains Came" by Big Sambo, "Talk To Me" by Sunny & The Sunliners, "Just For You (Stone Fox)" by Billy Watkins, "You Can't Run Away From me" by The Wanderers, "Play It Again" by Pat Lundy, "Help Me" by The Diplomats, "Have Love, Will Travel" by Richard Berry, "The Teacher" by The Falcons, "I Wanna Thank You" by The Enchanters, "People In Love" by The Taylor Brothers, "Don't Stop The Wedding" by Ann Cole, and "Don't Feel Sorry For Me" by Jimmy Ruffin. CD
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Carmen LundyCode Noir ... CD
Afrasia, 2017. Used ... $9.99
Fantastic work from Carmen Lundy – one of our favorite jazz singers of all time, and an artist who keeps on giving us her best as the years go on! This album's definitely some of Carmen's best – as it features the singer working with a wonderful group that includes Jeff Parker on guitar, Patrice Rushen on piano, Ben Williams on bass, and Kendrick Scott on drums – a tight core combo who really find a way to push Lundy's energy even more than usual – while Carmen herself handles other keyboards with her vocals, and serves especially righteous material! There's a bit more politics here than on previous records – perfect for the spirit of the moment – but Carmen also mixes a lot of warmth and love into her music as well. Titles include "Black & Blues", "Afterglow", "Whatever It Takes", "I Keep Falling", "The Island The Sea & You", "Have A Little Faith", and "Another Chance". CD
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