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✨✧ Frankie SmithDouble Dutch Bus/Double Dutch ... 12-inch
WMOT, 1980. Very Good+ ... Just Sold Out!
The verses for these tracks are based on various jump-roping rhymes, but the best parts are the goofy non-sense vocals, sort of like the Zoom language, that you'll recognize from the Cold Cut remix of "Paid In Full." All done over that 1980-era loping rollerskating style music. 12-inch, Vinyl record

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Barbara MasonPiece Of My Life ... LP
WMOT, 1980. Near Mint- ... $4.99
A later album by Barbara Mason – one in which she teams up with the Ingram family, and returns to a mellower style of earlier years! The approach is a good one – as Barbara shows off a deeper soul style of singing than was appearing on her clubbier albums of the time, sounding almost like a southern soul diva on a number of the mellower tracks. Arrangements are by Butch, Billy, and Jimmy Ingram – and Barbara wrote nearly every track on the album, with titles that include "You Did Not Stay Last Night", "All Inside Of Me", "Love Having You Around", "You Know Who I Love", "Let Me Give You Love", and "On & Off". LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Barbara MasonLet Me Give You Love/She's Got the Papers (But I Got the Man) ... 12-inch
WMOT, 1981. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
The a-side's not much to write home about – but the b-side's a great one, and one of the best later soul tracks from Barbara Mason! "She's Got The Papers" is a much later entry in the Shirley Brown/Barbara Mason song cycle started way back at the beginning of the 70s – that tug-of-war about a shared man and all the things bought and bills paid – hence the title! Barbara may not have the papers on all the stuff the guy owns, but she's got the guy in the end – and she sings it mellow and sweet, in a great blend of southern and modern soul styles – all produced with a gentle sort of edge by Butch Ingram! 12-inch, Vinyl record
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