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Soul 7/Jazzman

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Love Brings Out The Best Of You
  1. Love Brings Out The Best In You
  2. My Baby
Review: Fresh early 70s Cali soul, Edward 'Apple' Nelson and his citrus compadres self-released this on their own Sagittarius imprint back in 1971.Highly limited, it never got the justice it deserved... Until now. Thanks to Jazzman we can now enjoy the positive licks and charms of northern soul-fave "Love Brings Out The Best Of You" and get all reflective and romantic with "My Baby" as if they were recorded and released yesterday. Fruity.
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Lost In The Crowd
Cat: SOUL7 018. Rel: 07 Oct 10
Funk
  1. Lost In The Crowd
  2. Silly Kind Of Love
Review: Another limited edition modern soul rarity via Jazzman's collectable Soul 7 label. A great brass section is ably assisted by Billy Byrd's throaty vocals and that throbbing funk bass. Meanwhile infectious flipside jam ''Silly Kind Of Love'' is the epitome of feel good soul groove. Limited to 500 copies, don't sleep because these won't be around for long!

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out of stock $5.93
They'll Never Know Why
Cat: SOUL 7032. Rel: 11 Jul 13
Funk
  1. They'll Never Know Why
  2. Baby I'm Sorry
Review: A bona fide northern soul standard: Soul 7 has paid the ultimate respect to renowned bandleader Chavez with this special repress. The urgent stomper "They'll Never Know Why" utilises the same chords and emphatic delivery as The Temptations "I'll Be There" while "Please Forgive Me" struts with just a tad more melancholy and some heart-warming chorus harmonies. Two incredible finds from Soul 7 here. Plus, having unearthed the original tapes for maximum mastering muscle, the sound quality on this is better than it ever sounded blasted on the system in Wigan Casino.
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out of stock $7.29
Not Too Young
  1. The Continental Showstoppers - "Not Too Young"
  2. The Valentines - "Breakaway"
Review: Nashville's soul scene has been well documented over the years - names like Ann Sexton, Brief Encounter & Jackie Beavers immediately spring to mind - but here Jazzman/Soul 7 dig a little deeper to unearth a couple of funkier-than-usual Northern Soul anthems. The Continental Showstoppers cover version of Jackey Beaver's penned soul classic has been lovingly restored and the label claim it sounds better than the original! On the flipside The Valentines deliver an irresistible poppy soul dancer with "Breakway" that should have been a hit but wasn't. Proper Wigan Casino fodder!
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Raining Teardrops
Cat: SOUL 7029. Rel: 27 Sep 12
Soul
  1. The Demures - "Raining Teardrops"
  2. The Lost Generation - "The Sly, Slick & The Wicked"
Review: Stomping northern soul vibes abound on this recently unearthed gem from The Demures. With its pumping beats and heart melting harmonies it's hard to believe this went unnoticed for so many years. If you're after something a little softer and emotional then flip for The Lost Generation's "The Sly Slick And Wicked". No, they're not describing Juno's record reviewers, they're lamenting over love lost and heartbreakers in the most emphatic, string-drenched soulful way. Two beautiful cuts on one 7". Bonus.
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Suddenly
Suddenly (7")
Cat: SOUL 7030. Rel: 11 Oct 12
Soul
  1. Suddenly
  2. It Hurst Me More
Review: A dusty old classic originally released on the legendary Brunswick, both sides originally saw the dancefloor at the peak of Motown's soul explosion. With such a powerful delivery and distinctive talk-like flow that drags oh-so-coolly behind the beats, you wonder why Tony didn't score so many hits. "Suddenly" is the real power house with a middle eighth that's been sampled in several genres. "It Hurts me More" is more your trad soul with a big chorus and softer sentiment.
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People
People (7")
Cat: SOUL7 024. Rel: 09 Feb 12
Funk
  1. People
  2. Gregory Moore
Review: A deserved repress - this time on 7" - for a record that first turned up on Jazzman's Soul Spectrum label four years ago. Repackaged this time as a dinked 45, it's a glorious journey of rare, jazz tinged modern soul that has crossover appeal with the funk and disco heads too. A classic vocal rides over a driving groove, killer rhythm section and that infectious, repetitive brass section with effortless aplomb. Only 500 copies were pressed and we're tipping them to be sold out for good within a week. Don't sleep!


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Love Let Love & Be Loved
out of stock $9.16
Three Rooms
Cat: SOUL7 027. Rel: 29 Mar 12
Soul
  1. Audrey Freeman - "Three Rooms"
  2. Sammy Ambrose - "Welcome To Dreamsville"
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You Can't Keep A Good Man Down
Cat: SOUL7 041. Rel: 05 Mar 15
Soul
  1. You Can't Keep A Good Man Down (2:30)
  2. It Won't Hurt (2:13)
Review: Fresh from 1968, this Dionne Warwick-affiliated double-sided one-off by The Gentlemen Four returns in its original glory courtesy of Soul 7 and Jazzman. "You Can't Keep A Good Man Down" is a straight-up northern soul stomper with big drums, powerful momentum and emphatic harmonies. Looking for a more tender moment? Flip for the show-stopped ballad "It Won't Hurt" where the harmonies play an even more pivotal role in the dynamic. Nothing hurts with records like this.
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Look Out (I'm Gonna Blow Your Mind)
  1. Look Out (I'm Gonna Blow Your Mind) (2:55)
  2. Mother Duck (2:43)
Review: When Jazzman themselves describe a release as 'hopelessly obscure' and 'off the radar to even the most dedicated' you know you've got something special. There's a really raw rusty garage funk to both sides here; both the classic R&B swing, majestic organs and powerful vocals of "Look Out" and the sweaty instrumental frenzy "Mother Duck" instantly enrapture and make you ponder the age-old question... HOW has this gone unnoticed for so long?
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Sweet Sweet Baby
out of stock $8.62
What About The Child
Cat: SOUL 025 LTD. Rel: 12 Jan 12
Funk
  1. What About The Child ((Take 6))
  2. People Will Be People
Review: Two liquid dynamite psychedelic soul stormers taken from late last year's Lost Treasure From 1974 album from California funk band Gold. This single on the fantastic and consistently fine Soul 7/Jazzman vinyl-only imprint has a new version of one of the album's highlights, with "What About The Child" presented here in a slightly different arrangement, although it retains the soul-drenched tight funk arrangement, wonderful backing vocals and sweeping strings. "People Will Be People" is a more mid tempo affair with memorable lyrics and a classy arrangement that will have true soul lovers swooning! Only 500 copies.
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The Norfolk Soul Sound
Cat: SOUL7 035. Rel: 16 Jan 14
Funk
  1. Thank Goodness Gotta Good Woman
  2. Why, Why, Why'd She Leave Me
  3. How You Gonna Do It
  4. Too Many Nights
  5. Workin' For My Baby
  6. Just Ask Me
Review: Another fine lesson in deep crate curation, Jazzman rediscover the criminally overlooked skills of Virginia troubadour Lenis Guess. Recorded during the late 60s and 70s, many of the cuts on this special triple-7" box set have never been further than the state line. Which is utter madness... Just listen to the lavish, lolloping bass jam on "How You Gonna Do It", the firing JB-style horn drama of "Thank Goodness Gotta Good Woman" and the raw belly-bound blues soul of "Workin' For My Baby" and you'll wonder how he remained an obscurity for so long. Complete with detailed liner notes, this is a must for all funk aficionados.
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Why Would You Blow It
Cat: SOUL7 017. Rel: 08 Jul 10
Funk
  1. Why Would You Blow It
  2. Drifting
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There's A Man
Cat: SOUL 7045. Rel: 26 May 16
Soul
  1. Joey Irving - "There's A Man" (3:12)
  2. Just Us - "Have This World & You" (3:03)
Review: A stunning soul double A with a percussion heavy smoky soul cover of Leroy Lane & The Upstairs Maids' "There's A Man" and a big-swing, horn-heaved late 60s Motown-style ballad "I Have This World & You". Canadian soul act Joey Irving & Just Us only wrote and recorded a handful of songs and - madly - they couldn't get a deal on home soil so turned to Belgium's Baltic label which was usually the sole preserve of elevator music and native Flemish folk. Few original pressings have been spotted, but when they do they regularly fetch over L200. Jump on this.
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Please Stay
Cat: SOUL7 014. Rel: 18 Jan 10
Funk
  1. Please Stay
  2. I'm In A Groove
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Make Me Believe In You
Cat: SOUL7 013. Rel: 14 Jan 10
Funk
  1. Patti Jo - "Make Me Believe In You"
  2. The Masqueraders - "Do You Love Me Baby"
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Without Your Love
Without Your Love (limited 7")
Cat: SOUL7 043. Rel: 30 Apr 15
Funk
  1. Without Your Love (2:53)
  2. Giving Up Your Love (1:45)
Review: Straight from 68; Diane Lewis's Wand double-A has passed hands for well over L300 in the past, and it's really not hard to understand why... Northern soul anthem "Without Your Love" comes with gutsy vocals, full spectrum backing vocals and drums so lively and crisp they sound like they're marching out of the speakers. "Giving Up Your Love" plays the consummate soother; a raw soul ballad with strings and delicate harmonies, it's the ultimate antidote to the emotional frenzy on the A. Highly limited.
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Movin' On A Groove
Cat: SOUL7 028. Rel: 26 Apr 12
Funk
  1. Movin' On A Groove
  2. Nice & Easy (take 6 previously unreleased)
Review: "I'm a Good Woman" from 1966 is possibly Barbara Lynn's most famous cut and was reissued on Jazzman associate label Fryers back in 2004 as the label's debut 45. On this double sider, another Jazzman offshoot, Soul 7, digs a little deeper with this slab of 7 inch dinked goodness containing "Movin' On A Groove". The A side comes correct with a huge slice of modern soul femme funk with a catchy piano refrain underpinned by a smouldering organ in the background. On the flip, we discover an unreleased version of "Nice & Easy" from 1976, which has been lovingly restored and drenched in a crystal clear vocal performance from Barbara, sounding as though it was recorded yesterday.
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Try Me For Your New Love
Cat: SOUL7 011. Rel: 04 Nov 09
Funk
  1. Try Me For Your New Love
  2. She Wrote It - I Read It
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What Is That You Got?
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Speed Up
Speed Up (7")
Cat: SOUL7 012. Rel: 14 Jan 10
Funk
  1. Speed Up
  2. It's My Thing
out of stock $21.56
Nice & Slow
Cat: SOUL 7036. Rel: 20 Feb 14
Soul
  1. Nice & Slow (vocal)
  2. Nice & Slow (instrumental)
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By My Side
By My Side (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: SOUL 7046. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Soul
  1. By My Side (3:47)
  2. Dancin' Prancin' (4:04)
Review: Pure Pleasure; never has a name been more apt. Two sides of glistening soul and funk Detroit 1980 style. With years on the live circuit throughout the 70s, this was the only 45" they ever cut by boy is it gem; "By My Side" is a powerful piece of soul enriched by warm production, big instrumentation and of course Barbara Love's gutsy, honest vocals. "Dancin' Prancin'" plays a cheeky counterpoint with fun-packed super-tight disco energy that delivers on its title's promise in any party situation. The pleasure is all ours.
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I'm Your Yes Man
Cat: SOUL7 019LTD500. Rel: 24 Feb 11
Soul
  1. I'm Your Yes Man
  2. Your Love Is All The Help I Need
Review: Another Super Soul limited edition rarity, lovingly restored from the original master tapes. Super Soul brother Clarence Reid was not initially associated with the Northern Soul scene, having been better known as the writer of many a funk and disco hit. However "I'm Your Yes Man" flew under the radar and failed to move in any significant numbers when it initially surfaced - making it one of the rarest titles to come out on the Wand label - and as such became a highly prized spin on the Northern Soul scene. 500 copies and that's it.
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I Like Your Stuff
Cat: SOUL7 022. Rel: 14 Apr 11
Funk
  1. I Like Your Stuff
  2. Flat Foot Hustlin'
Review: The mighty Jazzman continues its soulful reissue crusade with a fine release on the Soul 7 sub-label with two tracks plucked from the reissued Flat Foot Hustlin' album. "I Like Your Stuff" has jangly guitar and a summery feel good chorus vibe - very nice! On the flipside "Flat Foot Hustlin" has a more aggressive urban soulful funk appeal with jazzy touches aplenty. Nothing short of essential.
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I Need You Baby
Cat: SOUL7 023. Rel: 16 Jun 11
Funk
  1. I Need You Baby
  2. Let Home Cross Your Mind
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Go For Yourself (Parts 1 & 2)
  1. Go For Yourself (parts 1 & 2)
  2. One More Day
out of stock $9.43
Soul 7 Slipmat (single burgundy slipmat with white design)
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Teacherman
Cat: SOUL 7010. Rel: 07 Oct 09
Funk
  1. Teacherman
  2. Jekyll & Hyde
out of stock $10.78
Give Me One More Chance
out of stock $7.54
Treasure Mind
out of stock $10.25
Love Came Into My Life
Cat: SOUL7 009. Rel: 18 Sep 09
Funk
  1. Love Came Into My Life
  2. I Miss Your Love
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There's Gonna Be A Better Day Coming
Cat: SOUL 7039. Rel: 28 Aug 14
Soul
  1. There's Gonna be a Better Day Coming (2:37)
  2. How Long Must I Wait For You (2:23)
out of stock $9.16
That's The Sound Of My Heart
Cat: SOUL 7038. Rel: 28 Aug 14
Soul
  1. The Up Tights - "That's The Sound Of My Heart"
  2. Ike Noble & The Up Tights - "That's What I Get"
Review: Jazzman dip into the unreleased archives of Arkansas label Alley Records and pull out these two absolute gems that will find a welcome home in any self respecting Northern Soul or Funk selectors record box. This dinked 45 from Ike Noble and The Uptights is just the start for Jazzman with further sevens plus an albums worth of material planned after a successful trip to Arkansas. If you like your funk rippling with overwhelming vocal emotion you will love the raw and infectious nature of both "That's The Sound Of My Heart" and "That's What I Get". The A Side leans on an uptempo Midwestern funk vibe whilst Ike's tearing vocal turn on the flip is the perfect accompaniment to a pounding backing from the Up Tights.
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Try Me
Try Me (7")
Cat: SOUL7 021. Rel: 10 Mar 11
Funk
  1. Try Me (album edit)
  2. 1 - "You Can Fly On My Aeroplane" (album edit)
Review: Two seductive sides of pure soul, arriving for the first time on 7" vinyl. Norman Whitfield (here under the guise of the artist Wee) drops two sweet soulful offerings in edited form for the limited edition Soul 45 label. This one's for those of you out there looking for something more refined than what you might find on the average dinked 45.
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out of stock $10.73
I Luv You
I Luv You (7")
Cat: SOUL7 020. Rel: 10 Mar 11
Funk
  1. I Luv You
  2. I Want To Show You
Review: Another Norman Whitfield offering under the artist guise of Wee - this is super rare connoisseur soul for the diggers among you. "I Luv You" is underpinned by a walking funk bass and a hooky piano refrain with lashings of soothing backing vocals. "I Want To Show You" is a slower paced soul gem that shows off Norman's writing and lush production skills. In a word, essential.
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It Ain't Love
Cat: SOUL 841. Rel: 12 May 16
Soul
  1. It Ain't Love (2:20)
  2. Tears Baby (2:59)
out of stock $7.01
Loneliness
Cat: SOUL 7008. Rel: 29 Jul 09
Funk
  1. Loneliness
  2. Darling Let's Love
out of stock $9.69
Love Keeps Me Crying
Cat: SOUL7 016. Rel: 13 May 10
Soul
  1. Love Keeps Me Crying
  2. Not Now But Later
out of stock $7.01
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