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Sunny & The SunlinersMr Brown Eyed Soul Vol 2 ... CD
Big Crown, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $12.99 14.98
A second fantastic tribute to the genius of Sunny Ozuna – the Texas singer who cut some amazing soul records back in the 60s, but often with a vibe that reflected his unique Tex-Mex origins too! Those qualities really come through here in this well-done assortment of tunes – tracks that have all the mellow, slow-stepping energy of sweet soul group material from the east coast scene of the late 60s – but which also have some unusual Texas elements too, even on familiar instruments like trumpet or organ, which often are tuned in slightly weird ways that really set these tunes apart from more conventional soul! Sunny's always in the lead, but often gets some great harmony support – and titles include a killer remake of "Sitting In The Park" – plus "If I Could See You Now", "Give Me Time", "Viva Mi Triestesa", "I Can Remember", "Runaway", "I've Never Found A Girl", "I'm No Stranger", and "Baby I Apologize". CD
Also available Mr Brown Eyed Soul Vol 2 (red vinyl pressing) ... LP 18.99

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Sunny & The SunlinersMr Brown Eyed Soul Vol 2 (red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Big Crown, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $18.99 22.98
A second fantastic tribute to the genius of Sunny Ozuna – the Texas singer who cut some amazing soul records back in the 60s, but often with a vibe that reflected his unique Tex-Mex origins too! Those qualities really come through here in this well-done assortment of tunes – tracks that have all the mellow, slow-stepping energy of sweet soul group material from the east coast scene of the late 60s – but which also have some unusual Texas elements too, even on familiar instruments like trumpet or organ, which often are tuned in slightly weird ways that really set these tunes apart from more conventional soul! Sunny's always in the lead, but often gets some great harmony support – and titles include a killer remake of "Sitting In The Park" – plus "If I Could See You Now", "Give Me Time", "Viva Mi Triestesa", "I Can Remember", "Runaway", "I've Never Found A Girl", "I'm No Stranger", and "Baby I Apologize". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition, indie exclusive red vinyl pressing!)
Also available Mr Brown Eyed Soul Vol 2 ... CD 12.99
 
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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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✨✧ 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. Used ... Out Of Stock
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
Also available Birth Of Soul Vol 3 – More Seminal Early 60s Sides That Reflect Soul Music's Gospel, R&B & Vocal Group Roots ... CD 9.99

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✨✧ VariousDear Sunny (clear orange vinyl pressing) ... LP
Big Crown, 2021. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A sweet little tribute to the great Sunny Ozuna – the soulful lead singer of The Sunliners, who were one of the best Texas soul groups back in the 60s! His original tunes virtually invented the concept of brown-eyed soul, and helped bridge communities in the process – and that spirit is definitely holding strong here, in a set of contemporary interpretations of classics cut by Sunny & The Sunliners – all handled in the best Big Crown way! If you know the label, you'll know that they're very tied to sounds of the past – so all the artists here really live up to the spirit of Sunny's music – and show that these overlooked classic cuts are ripe for rediscovery by a whole new generation. Titles include "Smile Now Cry Later" by The Shacks, "Give Me Time" by Liam Bailey, "The One Who's Hurting Is You" by Lee Fields & The Expressions, "My Dream" by 79.5, "Runaway" by Brainstory, "Rain Makes Me Blue" by Paul & The Tall Trees, "Talk To Me" by Lizette & Quevin, "Should I Take You Home" by Bobby Orozona, "Get Down" by Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band, and "If I Could See You Now" by Holy Hive. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition!)
 
 
 



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