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REDDING, OTIS - READY, STEADY, OTIS! (OTIS REDDING LIVE!)

REDDING, OTIS - READY, STEADY, OTIS! (OTIS REDDING LIVE!)

Some of Otis Redding's best recordings were made for US television broadcast during the years 1966-1967. This LP contains many of the highlights. Also included are the last live recordings (with backing from The Bar-Kays) Otis made before his timely death. These tracks are ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - CHICAGO SOUL, VOL. 2 (1962-1965) (2CD)

VARIOUS - CHICAGO SOUL, VOL. 2 (1962-1965) (2CD)

A superb 53-track DOUBLE-DISC collection of early-mid '60s soul recordings from the vaults of Chicago's more obscure labels, including Blue Rock, Ja-Wes and Conlo. Featured artists/acts include Jamo Thomas, Tim, Billy Butler & 4 Enchanters, Baby Huey & The Baby ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - INSTRUMENTALS (SOUL-STYLE FROM THE SIXTIES) (2CD)

Club Sounds. A bit of funk, a Latin groove, a slow jazz walk, uptown dancers, late night smoochers. Instrumentals Soul-Style! DISC ONE : 1. Red Pepper - Roosevelt Fountain 2. Pig Eyes (Part 1) - Nat Kendrick 3. Grinding - Doc Bagby 4. Rockhouse - Ray Charles 5. (Can You) ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - MEMPHIS SOUL '65

VARIOUS - MEMPHIS SOUL '65

Memphis was really jumping with black music in the early 1960s as its new studios began to attract the notice of major record companies like Atlantic Records. By 1965, Stax Records was a true Memphis powerhouse and as it became successful enough to manage its studio for its ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - MEMPHIS SOUL '66

VARIOUS - MEMPHIS SOUL '66

RSD 2020 release. Memphis has long been a key city for African-American music. Pre-war musicians played the blues not just to local citizens but also to the large transient population drawn to the port city. The post-war blues boom led by the likes of Little Milton, Rufus ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - NEW ORLEANS SOUL 1962-1966 (4CD)

VARIOUS - NEW ORLEANS SOUL 1962-1966 (4CD)

This lavish 4-DISC BOX SET contains many of the best cuts from New Orleans' famous soul scene during the years 1962-1966. The release also is a tribute to the little labels, whose sound became the heartbeat of the city, playing out onto the streets from jukeboxes, radio ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - NEW ORLEANS SOUL 1968

VARIOUS - NEW ORLEANS SOUL 1968

RSD 2019 release. 1968 was the year that the musical wheels in the Crescent City came off. Cosimo Matassa's Dover group, which provided a one stop recording, pressing, distribution and sales operation to pretty much every independent record label in New Orleans collapsed. ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - NEW ORLEANS SOUL 1969

VARIOUS - NEW ORLEANS SOUL 1969

RSD 2020 release. After almost two decades of furious activity, the recording scene in New Orleans in 1969 was astonishingly subdued. The main reason for this was the collapse of Cosimo Matassa's Dover conglomerate the previous year. Dover was a one stop shop for the myriad ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - NEW YORK SOUL '66 (2CD)

Avoiding the best known hits, this DOUBLE-DISC SET offers some of the most interesting single sides that were released by NYC's smaller soul labels in 1966. Included are tracks by acts/artists s.a. Billy Hambric, Gladys Tyler, Little Charles, The Harrison Brothers, Kenny ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - NEW YORK SOUL 1968

VARIOUS - NEW YORK SOUL 1968

RSD 2019 release. By 1968, soul was clearly black music's dominant force and New York was the place where most soul records were produced. History Of Soul Records were spoilt for choice in putting this 1968 compilation together. So many high quality songs available - but ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - NEW YORK SOUL 1969

VARIOUS - NEW YORK SOUL 1969

RSD 2020 release. For as long as recorded sound existed, New York had been the king of the African-American musical world. More recording opportunities, more singers looking for them, more clubs and bars to earn a living and the biggest industry infrastructure to service ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - SOUL CHRONOLOGY 1927-1960 (10CD)

This stunning 10-DISC anthology covers the genesis of soul music, tracing connections between r&b, jazz, blues and gospel, and between the secular and the sacred. Included are tracks by all the essential names from the various era's, plus many lesser know artists and ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - SOUL TRANSFUSION 1960-1965 (2CD)

'LET'S SOUL DANCE 2' - This 60-track DOUBLE-CD collection brings you only a small portion of the thousands of dance records produced between 1960 and 1965, before the soul industry moved away from the promotion of dance records. There may have been dance rages in the next ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - TAMLA MOTOWN: LIVE IN EUROPE 1965

VARIOUS - TAMLA MOTOWN: LIVE IN EUROPE 1965

Dusty Springfield hosted this impromptu TV special to promote the Tamla Motown artists that were taking part in their first ever European tour in 1965. Motown sent over their six premier acts to do promotional visits and play around 30 dates (no-one is sure of the exact ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - TEXAS SOUL '65

A steaming comp of recordings from the Texan soul scene of the mid '60s.

 

VARIOUS - TEXAS SOUL '67

RSD 2018 release, first come, first served.

 

VARIOUS - TEXAS SOUL '68

RSD 2019 release. This is the fifth LP in the highly regarded series on Afro-American music in the Lone Star state covering the year of 1968. By now soul music is fully in the ascendant, with some of the tracks getting funkier and funkier - no blues or R&B any more. So ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - TEXAS SOUL '69

VARIOUS - TEXAS SOUL '69

RSD 2020 release. And so we reach the end of the '60s in History Of Soul Records' highly regarded series of LPs highlighting Texas soul and R&B, and as ever, the emphasis is on hard-hitting dance tracks, sprinkled with some of the deepest ballads. There are not so many ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - WHERE SOUTHERN SOUL BEGAN, VOL. 2 (2CD)

The music that led to southern soul is just too good to cram into one volume, so Part 2 of Where Southern Soul Began, showcases many more artists who contributed to the birth of the genre. The songs come from all parts of the south of the US: from New Orleans via Miami and ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - WHERE SOUTHERN SOUL BEGAN, VOL. 3 (2CD)

This third double-CD dedicated to the music that went into Southern Soul unearths a shining array of rare gems from both male and female singers, who scream, cry and shout out their emotions. Featured artists/bands include CLARENCE REID, THE LARGOS, FRED LOWERY, EDDIE ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - WITCHCRAFT IN THE AIR (DETROIT SOUL '57-'62)(2CD)

Not just another early Detroit soul compilation. This is the cream of that transitional, pre-Hitsville era, when Detroit's labels, artists and producers were putting out popular, black dance music that they hoped might get noticed and sell enough to make them rich and ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - YES INDEED (2CD)

'A SOUL CHRONOLOGY, VOL. 4 1957-1958' - As black popular music genres were adopted by white teenage audiences in the 1950s, there was a tendency for black music to revert to more authentic, basic styles. Towards the end of that decade, a new generation of black ... read more »

 

 


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