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Eight Weeks: Soul

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Cat: CROC 11. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Kenzys Choice (2:50)
  2. Dap & Dip (3:36)
 in stock $9.88
Cat: TR 248. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Peter In Or Out (2:31)
  2. Let's Run Away From The World (3:15)
Review: Tramp Records has a good relationship with obscure Illinois soul man Wayne Carter. Back in 2013 they put out a compilation of his near impossible-to-find singles and here reissue arguably his most rare and sought-after 45 (for proof, check how much original private press copies change hands for online). With its meandering Hammond organ solos, heavyweight rhythm section, fuzzy horns and impassioned vocals, "Peter In Or Out" is a genuine deep funk bomb. On the flip you'll find the more laidback and groovy "Let's Run Away From The World", in which backing band the Organ Twisters provide a fitting backing for Carter's impassioned plea to a lover to "at last be free".
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Cat: AOE 029. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Drown My Heart (2:59)
  2. My Foolish Heart (3:00)
Review: Not to be confused with the sports commentator, David Coleman was behind the scorching boardwalk vocals that graced Hector Rivera's debut 1966 album At The Party. The right levels of swoon and croons over vital Latin orchestration - led by the renowned pianist and regular Tito Puenta collaborator - David exudes some serious emotion. "Drown My Heart" lilts with a soft samba while Coleman scatters powerful heartbreak tales, "My Foolish Heart" takes a much more stripped back rhythmic arrangement with yearning, soaring strings that break out into the full orchestra on the chorus. Both cult attractions on the northern soul and popcorn scenes, it's another hearty reissue from them up north.
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Cat: ATH 058. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Just You & Me (4:26)
  2. Blame It On Me (5:47)
Review: Another tape extracted from the Sony vault for the first time since the record was released in 1980. A floaty disco masterpiece by an American group that has been on the soul scene for time, but deserves a broader appreciation. Edinburgh's Athens Of The North (premium licensed rare music done right!) present this in a rare issue format, with the emotive and uplifting soul power of "Just You & Me" on the A side and the beautiful ballad "Blame It On Me" on the flip - apparently most original copies are missing this track. How the band never made it past one single is a complete mystery, as both of the tracks are incredible.
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  1. Find A Quiet Place (& Be Lonely) (2:45)
  2. This Ain't The Way (2:52)
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  1. Living In The Footsteps Of Another Man (3:24)
  2. Hey World (4:27)
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Cat: BC 0517. Rel: 19 Feb 18
  1. Get Hip To Yourself (1:44)
  2. Every Time I See A Pretty Girl (2:26)
Review: Excavated from the personal collection of one Lamont Dozier, little is known about The Fabulous Dynamics besides the sounds found on a one-off acetate six-track demo record. Here are two Big Crown's favourites from the demo; the stripped back, vocal-heavy swoons and harmonies of "Get Hip To Yourself" and the pedigree balled "Every Time I See A Pretty Girl". Raw, honest, and full of promise, this is a pure snapshot of 60s soul, discovered in the collection of one of the most influential songwriters of the time. What a document.
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Cat: GOGO 5. Rel: 19 Feb 18
  1. With These Eyes (2:31)
  2. My Love Looks Good On You (2:34)
Played by: Soul Music
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My God Has A Telephone (7" 再プレス)
Cat: FCLMN 146. Rel: 19 Mar 18
  1. My God Has A Telephone (2:56)
  2. Live On (4:07)
 in stock $10.75
Shoulder To Cry On (7" limited to 250 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: ZP 07. Rel: 12 Feb 18
  1. Shoulder To Cry On (4:59)
  2. Let Go (4:39)
Review: Izipho Soul recently described Frederick Davis as "one of Cleveland's hidden gems". This tasty seven-inch, which contains two tracks recorded way back in 1992 but never before issued, certainly backs up their assertion. A-side "Shoulder to Cry On" is something of a sparkling, late night synth-soul treat - a close-dancing slow jam that sees Davis's fine vocal rise above a backing track rich in chiming electronic melodies, post New Jack Swing R&B style beats and sensual saxophone solos. Flip for the similarly minded but arguably more elastic "Let Go", where the unheralded Cleveland singer whispers seductively over a killer synth bassline and more cascading '80s soul melodies.
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Cat: FLIP 001. Rel: 05 Feb 18
  1. Marvin Gaye - "It's Not Unusual" (Soul Flip edit) (3:17)
  2. Sam & Dave - "Soul Sister, Brown Sugar" (Soul Flip edit) (3:17)
Review: So, who is in the mood for some "soul-powered edits" from veteran DJ/producer combo Del Gazeebo and Aldo Vanucci? That's the premise behind the duo's freshly minted Soul Flip label and this debut seven-inch. As you might expect, the scalpel style edits pay due respect to their source material, extending drum breaks and tidily tightening up the grooves for easier DJ use. On the A-side you'll find a particularly on-point, occasionally dubbed-out version of Marvin Gaye's lesser-known cover of "It's Not Unusual" that's worth the entrance fee on its own. Turn to the flip for a noticeably heavy, stomping take on Sam and Dave favourite "Soul Sister Brown Sugar" that sneakily uses effects and editing tricks to ratchet up the energy levels.
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Cat: EX 7033. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Easy Does It (5:45)
  2. Kelly Green (4:21)
Review: This more than handy 7" single brings together two classic disco-era cuts from soul legend Willie Hutch. A-side "Easy Does It", which was originally featured on 1978's In Tune album, features Hutch in full-on Curtis Mayfield mode, singing passionately over a jaunty, jazz-funk influenced backing track laden with swirling strings, choral backing vocals (think Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" album) and Dexter Wansel style synthesizer solos. It's undoubtedly one of Hutch's finest moments and deserves to be in any serious soul head's collection. Flip for 1979's "Kelly Green", a sumptuous soul slow jam in which Hutch pines over a lost lover.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Positive Forces (7" 再プレス)
Cat: AJX 4135. Rel: 19 Mar 18
  1. Positive Forces (3:41)
  2. All Because Of You (theme instrumental) (3:14)
Review: Acid Jazz has pulled off something of a coup here by persuading legendary '70s soul man Leroy Huston to part with a couple of previously unreleased cuts. A-side "Positive Forces" was recorded by Hutson in 1977 and sits somewhere between the sweeping, orchestrated bliss of Philly soul, the soaring dancefloor celebration of disco and the loose-limbed instrumental goodness of jazz-funk. It's an absolute stunner, all told, and sounds like it was tailor-made for spins at sweltering summer festivals. On the B-side you'll find a previously unreleased instrumental version of 1975's "All Because of You". While a vocal-free version has previously been released, this particular mix includes a little more drum action at the beginning to assist with mixing.
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  1. Phyllis Hyman - "You Know How To Love Me" (Dimitri From Paris Super Disco Blend) (8:45)
  2. Keni Burke - "Let Somebody Love You" (Dimitri From Paris Super Disco Blend) (8:21)
Review: By now, it's a firmly established fact that Dimitri From Paris is one of the best re-editors in the business. Further proof that his "Super Disco Blends" never fail to impress arrives in the shape of this tasty two-track missive. On the A-side he gets busy with Phyllis Hyman's brilliant 1979 anthem "You Know How To Love Me". The long-serving Frenchman cannily plays around with the original's superb instrumentation for a while before unleashing Hyman's sing-along vocal. Flip to the B-side for a similarly grandiose and life-affirming take on Keni Burke's lesser-known 1981 floor-slayer "Let Somebody Love You" - an orchestral disco stormer rich in loved-up vocals, undulating string arrangements and sensuous, peak-time grooves.
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Reality (7")
Cat: ATH 062. Rel: 19 Feb 18
  1. Reality (3:36)
  2. Hey Hey (3:19)
Review: Previously spotted passing hands for over L5000, this one-off 45" from North Carolina troupe Ice has enjoyed cult status over the years in both the deepfunk and northern soul scenes. Straight from 1980, there's a great balance of classic soul motifs and modern production as "Reality" swoons and sways unhurriedly but emphatically while "Hey Hey" ups the boogie ante with firm focus on the party, sharp switches on the chorus and some insane bass runs. Another ice cold reissue from AOTN.
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Supermoon (7" 再プレス)
Cat: FCLMN 148. Rel: 29 Jan 18
  1. Supermoon (3:28)
  2. The Ally (3:07)
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Soopastole Edits Vol 5 (7" 再プレス)
Cat: SSR 205. Rel: 12 Feb 18
  1. Johnny Pate - "Shaft In Africa" (New New Super Heavy Funk edit) (3:52)
  2. Bobby Womack - "Across 110th Street" (New New Super Heavy Funk edit) (3:48)
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Cat: NP 002. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. Whatever U Want (4:12)
  2. Funkin On The Floor (3:30)
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I'll Do My Best (7" + insert)
Cat: NP 003. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. I'll Do My Best (3:39)
  2. Straighten It Out (4:19)
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You & I (7")
Cat: RS 45 055. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. You & I (High Spirits vocal) (4:37)
  2. You & I (High Spirits dub) (4:19)
Review: Forever looking for action, Ronnie's recording career spanned over 30 years and many years beyond as a performer. Consistently moving with the times, his discog is pack from soul right through to boogie funk, which is where we're at right now with this stunning, rare and heavily demanded 1982 45. Slinky, synth-driven, exuberantly funky, full of studio trickery from the era, Ronnie's velvet falsettos and tight musicianship, everything about both versions smacks with class and a suave unhurried sense of groove. Boogie funk at its finest.
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  1. Carlton Jumel Smith - "I Can't Love You Anymore" (4:35)
  2. Cold Diamond & Mink - "I Can't Love You Anymore" (instrumental) (4:34)
Review: Since making his debut back in the early 1990s, Carlton Jumel Smith has periodically popped up on a variety of soulful house and modern soul releases. Here the little-known vocalist takes a different approach, re-casting himself as a throaty, James Brown influenced '70s soul singer. He's at his heartfelt, full-throttle best on "Can't Love You Any More", a deliciously heavy and authentic chunk of Southern-fried deep soul complete with additional falsetto parts from fellow singer Pratt. The key to the track's success is the fantastic backing provided by Cold Diamond & Mink. Proof is provided on the flip via the band's effortlessly good instrumental take.
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Cat: EX 7031. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. If You Don't Want My Love (3:02)
  2. Lovers By Night (3:43)
Played by: I Love 45's!
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Cat: LV 7002. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Intimate Connection (3:53)
  2. Tonight (5:04)
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Cat: TR 234. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Steppin Down (2:37)
  2. Heart Complication (2:46)
Review: Barely available in its original format, Frederick Knight's first - and most highly sought after - release from the late 60s is a jacking, upstart bit of funky soul that is as relevant today as it was back then. "Stepping Down" carries an infectious groove, carried by wild organs and driving percussion all the way from beginning to the end, but it's "Heart Complication" that we've been waiting endlessly for - a slow and chilling soul ballad with Knight's seductive laments cutting deep and wide. Super!
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Cat: ATH 061. Rel: 12 Feb 18
  1. Love Tempo (3:35)
  2. Somebody Help Me Be Fair (4:22)
Review: Athens Of The North strike again. A big spinner for the likes of Floating Points, this rare-as-pigs-shoes 1980 45 from Ohio troupe Love Company has gone for big sums in the past. It's not hard to hear why; "Love Tempo" raises the heat with an unrelenting disco beat, coastal guitar textures and harmonies to swoon to. "Somebody Help Me Be Fair" flips for a much more sentimental story as Love Company unravel the problems of a menage-et-trois. Steamy.
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Tonight (7")
Cat: SR 005. Rel: 05 Feb 18
  1. Tonight (2:56)
  2. Tonight (instrumental) (2:55)
Review: E Da Boss (Myron & E/Pendletons) & Ishtar team up as 'Lucid Paradise' for their second release, produced by non other than Russia's finest, 'The Soul Surfers'. 'Tonight' is the accumulation of two Bay Area soul aficianados coming together to create a smooth & crisp, timeless yet modern cut. Written alongside UK's pioneering soul singer Gizelle Smith, 'Tonight' epitomises the talent of contemporary soul acts worldwide.
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Cat: CORD 7006. Rel: 29 Jan 18
  1. Signs Of A Dying Love (unreleased version) (4:07)
  2. Signs Of A Dying Love (unreleased version MKII) (3:37)
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Cat: AOE 031. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Say It With Feeling (2:16)
  2. Conscience (2:48)
Review: Excavated from vaults of the Weiss Brothers' longstanding NYC imprint Old Time Records, Beverly McKay's gutsy tales have massaged soul floors for those lucky to have a 200 pound 45. "Say It With Feeling" hits with big backing vocal harmonies before breaking into a classic midtempo bluesy arrangement while "Conscience" strikes with a little more eastern allure, staccato strings and a cat-prowling narrative. Timeless soul.
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Cat: GO GO 1. Rel: 19 Feb 18
  1. Sitting In My Class (3:09)
  2. Isn't She A Pretty Girl (2:27)
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Cat: P 021. Rel: 05 Feb 18
  1. Just Cause I'm Guilty (4:08)
  2. Can't Stop A Man In Love (4:11)
Review: Previously spotted on Preservation asking us to bend a little, Terry Woodford and Clayton Ivey's Mirage reappear on the Norwegian label. The deliciously bluesy talk box-flexing "Just Cause I'm Guilty" was covered by Hot in in 76 (and was actually produced by Woodford) while the silkier, groove-based Motown-styled soul romp "Can't Stop A Man In Love" was previously covered by Carl Carlton and Reuben Howell in 74 and 73 respectfully. Both recorded by Mirage at the time but never released, Preservation once again live up to their name in true style. Stunning.
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Mirrors (limited clear green vinyl 12")
Cat: ETSR 006. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Summer Breeze (4:32)
  2. My Heart Cries (3:00)
  3. Beggin' (3:10)
  4. Lying (5:06)
  5. I'd Be Nowhere Today (3:23)
  6. California Dreaming (4:37)
Review: San Francisco psychedelic soul ensemble Monophonics were once described by Stax Records co-owner Al Bell as "one of the best soul bands I have ever seen", which is high praise indeed. Mirrors, which comes pressed onto clear green vinyl, is the combo's fifth full-length and first album for three years. It's a surprisingly breezy and eclectic affair, with the band variously turning their hands to bluesy, Rare Earth style funk-rock ("Lying"), Hammond-heavy peak-time business (a tasty cover of Frankie Valli's "Beggin"), spiraling instrumental wig-outs (fabulous closer "California Dreaming"), heart-aching torch songs ("My Heart Cries") and laidback, acid-fried Balearic soul (opener "Summer Breeze"). In other words, it's a fine album that sparkles from start to finish.
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  1. Can't Hide Love (4:39)
  2. Here Is Where Your Love Belongs (4:33)
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Cat: RS 45 054. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. David Morris - "Snap, Crackle, Pop" (alternative take) (2:15)
  2. James Tindal - "Easy Does It" (unreleased) (3:12)
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Cat: SJ 1010. Rel: 12 Feb 18
  1. All My Life (2:28)
  2. Disco Hustle (2:42)
 in stock $11.04
Big Day (7")
Cat: F CLMN 151. Rel: 05 Feb 18
  1. Big Day (3:24)
  2. Hound Dogs (3:30)
Review: We've barely recovered from the funk blitz of last year's Undercover Mixtape album and along comes this brand new 45 from long-standing LA funk troupe. As always, the focus is on big immersive grooves with just the right balance of sleaze and looseness; "Big Day" slouches back and swampy blues arrangement with the massive backing vocals giving an almost gospel-style energy. "Hound Dogs" is more of an upbeat funk jam, loaded with snaking percussive weaves, vital horns and a positive message. Spread the good word.
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The Moods EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IMO 008. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. 70s Theme
  2. Brother Beware
  3. Express Yourself
Review: Imogen have stumbled across a rare gem here, presenting some previously unheard liquid funk jams from the lesser known Chicago pioneer James Perri. Some of his jams as Jimi Polo are perennial classics, while his time spent in Soul II Soul and elsewhere are testament to his gifts, but this particular set of recordings from the 90s have lain in wait for their time to shine. You can hear his skills as a session musician and arranger coming through in abundance on this warm, grooving, acid jazz inflected EP. "70s Theme" is a sparse, moody jazz funk cut, while "Brother Beware" is a smooth, sultry slice of message soul. "Express Yourself" is the truly uplifting slice of the pie, and it will chime just fine with any lovers of that classic Soul II Soul sound.
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Cat: ZP 10. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Take A Good Look (3:20)
  2. My Sense Of Direction (Is Blown) (2:39)
Review: This Precisions (Philly Group) were a different group to the Detroit Precisions.These two tracks come from when they were working with Philadelphia producer Marty Bryant. We can imagine that some Northern Soul DJs tracked down copies of the scarce original pressing of this fine 7" for B-side "My Sense of Direction (Is Blown)", a heartfelt soul shuffler with serious dancefloor chops. Arguably even better, though, is A-side "Take a Closer Look", a slower, simmering chunk of doo-wop influenced goodness that's as heartbreaking as it is sublime.
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Get It On (7")
Cat: ATH 060. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Get It On (3:09)
  2. You Can Be (3:32)
Review: Edinburgh's Athens Of The North present more soul-funk rarities, following up that hot one by Love Company a little while back. Now it's over to The Prophets Of Peace - a short lived band that released this little gem back in 1975. After graduating from Mankato State College, Walter Scott came back to Minneapolis to forge a career as a musician alongside Earl 'Sonny' Williams, Larry Loud, Bill Lubov, Dan Dahlgren, John C. Curly, Bruce Pallagi, Jimmy Wallace, Ron Atkinson, Donald Thomas, Doris Johnson, and Ed Garrett. "You Can Be" was recorded at Audiotek Studios Inc in 1975. David Z: who engineered Lipps Inc's "Funkytown" and several Prince productions, piloted the session. A year later, the group would secure its legacy on page 181 of Minnesota's Black Community.
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Cat: PARISDJS 053 RE. Rel: 19 Mar 18
  1. Seven Nation Army (Grant Phaboa remix) (4:17)
  2. Humankind (Grant Phabao Tuff 'N Uff Skank Starring The Lone Ranger) (4:05)
Review: Legendary dub-minded editor Grant Phabao gets busy with Tru Thoughts' most distinctive vocalist and songwriter Alice Russell. First up, her famous cover of White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army". Taking it even further away from the bassline-driven source, if you didn't know it was a cover you'd think it was an original. "Humankind" sees Grant digging into Alice's now ten-year-old second album and switching out the original's nylon-string flamenco fire for a dancehall shaker complete with gravelly hype toasting. Once again, it's so well executed, it's like a whole new original. A seven nation army can't hold us back from this one (sorry).
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Makka Na Taiyo (coloured vinyl 7" (comes in different coloured vinyl, we cannot guarantee which one you will receive) 再プレス)
Cat: ACR 02. Rel: 12 Feb 18
  1. Makka Na Taiyo (4:31)
  2. Amaku Kiken Na Kaori (4:10)
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  1. Standing At The Intersection (2:57)
  2. Best Time Of My Life (3:27)
 in stock $12.77
  1. Buddy Smith - "When You Lose The One You Love" (2:59)
  2. Tokays - "Baby, Baby, Baby (You're My Hearts Desire)" (2:21)
 in stock $11.04
Dust (7")
Cat: JAL 266V. Rel: 19 Mar 18
  1. Dust (3:42)
  2. Hey Romeo (3:04)
Review: Fresh to Jalapeno last year, Gizelle made her entrance on the leading UK funk imprint last year with "Sweet Memories". With a full album ahead (the follow-up to her 2009 debut Gizelle Smith & The Mighty Mocambos), this 45" keeps us sweet in the meantime. Both upbeat contemporary funk jams; "Dust" is a beat-heavy throw-down with strong backing vocals, tight fills and serious drive from Gizelle who leads from the front while "Hey Romeo" ups the tempo with strong focus on the lolloping bassline, surging vocals and fast-lane spirit. Funk dynamite; there's no better label for Smith to be flexing on right now.
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Cat: AOE 030. Rel: 26 Feb 18
  1. Try Love (One More Time) (2:06)
  2. That Boy Of Mine (2:10)
Review: Spotted changing hands for upwards of 800 quid, demand for this rare one-off from the mysterious Sparkels has been intense since it became a strong staple in both the popcorn and northern soul scene. Apparently first demoed by Norma Jenkins to Motown, who declined it, Herb Bernstein took this on but dropped it when it failed to gain attention. Both sides sprightly girl group soul with subtle touch of blues and a beautiful piano fill on "Try Love" and a bubble gum sing-along twist on "That Boy Of Mine", your floor won't stop moving when either side is dropped.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
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Slow Love (12")
Cat: URR 001. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. State Property - "Slow Love" (7:20)
  2. JD Hall - "I Wanna Get Into You" (9:49)
 in stock $14.23
  1. The Tomangoes - "I Really Love You" (2:08)
  2. Gino Washington - "Rat Race" (2:52)
 in stock $11.04
Too Late (7")
Cat: SW 036. Rel: 05 Feb 18
  1. Unsung Wonders - "Too Late" (3:16)
  2. Rice & Peas - "Too Late" (3:27)
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Cat: EX 7032. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Move Me No Mountain (4:58)
  2. (I'm) Just Being Myself (4:32)
Played by: I Love 45's!
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Cat: SEV 001. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. Do I Love You (Indeed I Do ) (2:34)
  2. Sweeter As The Days Go By (2:53)
Review: Texan soul man, Frank Wilson, receives a timely repress of his 1965 monster "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)", a tune which remains highly sought-after in its original format, and one that is bound to fly off these shelves like hot cakes! Outta Sight's done a great job here, and the quality is class, offering the original cut in all its majestic, romantic glory...oh, do we love this! The flipside is the mellow "Sweeter As The Days Go By", a certified love ballad that is a pleasure to the senses, each and every time...
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 in stock $13.36
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