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Power Of AttorneyChanging Man/I'm Just Your Clown ... 7-inch
Nicetown, Early 70s. New Copy (reissue)... $7.99 8.00
Two great tracks from Power Of Attorney – a group who are best-remembered for not only being prisoners when they recorded their music, but who were also getting strong support from James Brown! "Changing Man" is a really sweet groove – almost instrumental – with fast basslines, riffing guitar, and this excellent funky flute – almost Bobbi Humphrey in style, and peppered with some nice vocals in a few spots! "I'm Just Your Clown" is massive too – a slow funk number with this great mellow romping rhythm – while the flute sets things up for warmer, but heartbreaking vocals over the top! 7-inch, Vinyl record
 
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✨✧ Edge Of DaybreakEyes Of Love ... CD
Numero, 1979. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A really beautiful album of harmony soul – and a set that we'd already love for its music, even if the group didn't have an interesting story! Edge Of Daybreak are part of a small sub-culture of 70s soul groups – an ensemble who existed behind prison bars, like Power Of Attorney or The Escorts – and like both of those groups, they've got an amazingly strong sound – one that goes way beyond their incarcerated status, and which should have made them (like the other two) worthy of greater attention in the outside world! The material was recorded in 1979, but it's got a fragile early 70s vibe – maybe because that was the last time these guys heard work in the mainstream – and the voices come together with a style that's proud, but quite heartbreaking at times too – a bit like The Whatnauts on their best ballad material. If you dig harmony soul, you'll find plenty to love here – especially if you like early 70s material from Philly and New Jersey – and don't even worry about the behind bars gimmick, because the record has way more to offer than that! Titles include "Let Us", "Eyes Of Love", "I Wanna Dance With You", "Bring Me Down", "Edge Of Daybreak", and "Your Destiny". CD
 
 
 



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