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  • Jimmie & Vella - Heartbeat (Käytetty LP/12)

    30,00

    Orig USA. Gatefold sleeve

    American soul duo, comprised of brother & sister producers and singers/songwriters.
    They began their recording careers in 1964 when they migrated to Los Angeles, CA from their native home of Chattanooga, TN.
    They have collaborated with Barry White.

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  • Various - Rockin Soul Party Vol. 4 (CD)

    15,00

    The metamorphism of sounds featured in Let’s Throw A Rockin’ Soul Party Volume 04 (KM-CD-133) is derived from rhythm & blues music with a “New Breed” influence from the up and coming stars of the genre and they are taken from the years 1957 through to 1963.

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  • Springfield Dusty - Dusty Sings Soul (CD)

    18,00

    From the very start of her solo career, it was Dusty Springfield’s intention to make records in the style of the black American artists that she admired, both professionally and personally. She recorded her version of a soul song at her first solo session and was still recording soul songs on all of her albums, singles and EPs throughout the ’60s and into the ’70s. Dusty Sings Soul is a long overdue and carefully curated collection of recordings from Dusty’s ’60s singles and albums, designed to demonstrate that she was not only the UK’s finest female singer but also it’s finest soul singer of her era and, for many, of all time. There is no shortage of Dusty compilations out there, but this is the first one to exclusively concentrate on this particular side of her far-reaching work. These are not ’covers’, in that Dusty never directly covered any record until the original had run it’s course. Dusty simply recorded songs that she loved herself, and that she hoped her fans would love. Dusty was a big fan of many of the artists whose songs she recorded and helped to raise their profile in the UK through her interpretations of their work. For soul fans who love Dusty but who only want to hear her singing soul, rather than the show tunes and/or pop ballads that she was equally at home with, this will be every bit as essential as her Dusty In Memphis album and the records she made in Philadelphia at the very end of the ’60s with Gamble & Huff. The booklet is generously illustrated and copiously annotated.

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  • Various - The Complete Motown Singles | Vol. 3: 1963 (4CD + 7″ Vinyl) Boxset (Käytetty CD)

    100,00

    Track-by-track annotations by Bill Dahl and Keith Hughes. Edited by Harry Weinger and Thane Tierney.

    Bill Dahl of Chicago has written hundreds of album reviews, feature stories and various articles about music and musicians. He has been nominated for a Grammy(R) award for his notes to Ray Charles’ Genius & Soul: The 50th Anniversary Collection. With Weldon A. McDougal III, Dahl is the author of Motown: The Golden Years.

    Keith Hughes of Wantage, England, is the author of Don’t Forget The Motor City, a Motown discography, and has written articles for a variety of soul magazines. His research has appeared in several CD compilations.

    Billboard chart information courtesy of BPI Communications Inc. and Joel Whitburn’s Record Research Inc.

    Discographical information courtesy of Motown Records Archive.

    Primary Sources: The Hitsville Session Logbooks, The Motown Library Tape Filling Card Index, The Motown 45 RPM Record Label Files, The Jobete Music Company Catalog January, 1959-March 31, 1967.

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    Digitally remastered from the original analog single masters by Ellen Fitton at Universal Mastering Studios-East.

    With thanks to: All of the artists and Motown staffers who contributed their memories, and to the Motown Winners’ Circle (Chris Jenner, John Lester, Andrew Skurow and Paul Nixon); Bill Levenson, Ritchie Hardin, Martin Hughes, Ron Murphy, Robert Pruter and Eric Charge.

    Photos: Motown Records Archives except pgs. 17, 92: courtesy Linda Griner; Amos Milburn LP courtesy Show Time Music Archives (Toronto); Worshopp Jazz LPs courtesy Stu Hackel; Single labels courtesy Lars Nilsson.

    Our gratitude to Berry Gordy, the Gordy family, the artists, musicians, engineers, writers, producers, arrangers, handclappers and footstompers at 2468 West Grand Boulevard.

    (C) 2005 Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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  • Various - The Complete Motown Singles | Vol. 2: 1962 (4CD + 7″ Vinyl) Boxset (Käytetty CD)

    75,00

    Track-by-track annotations by Bill Dahl and Keith Hughes, edited by Harry Weinger and Thane Tierney.

    Bill Dahl of Chicago has written hundreds of album reviews, feature stories and various articles about music and musicians. He has been nominated for a Grammy(R) award for his notes to Ray Charles’ Genius & Soul: The 50th Anniversairy Collection. With Weldon A. McDougal III, Dahl is the author of Motown: The Golden Years.

    Keith Hughes is the author of Don’t Forget The Motor City, a Motown discography, and has written articles for a variety of soul magazines. His research has appeared in several CD compilations. Hughes lives in Oxfordshire, England.

    Bilboard chart information courtesy of BPI Communications Inc. and Joel Whitburn’s Record Research Inc.

    Discographical information courtesy of Motown Records Archive.
    Primary sources: The Hitsville Session Logbooks, The Motown Library Tape Filling Card Index, The Motown 45 RPM Record Label Files.

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    Digitally remastered from the original analog single masters by Ellen Fitton at Universal Mastering Studios-East.

    Our gratitude to Berry Gordy, the Gordy family, the artists, musicians, engineers, writers, producers, arrangers, handclappers and footstompers at the beginning of the magic at 2468 West Grand Boulevard.

    With Thanks To: All of the artists and Motown staffers who contributed their memories, and to the Motown Winners’ Circle (Chris Jenner, John Lester, Andrew Skurow and Paul Nixon); Bruce Resnikoff, Bill Levenson, Ron Murphy, Ritchie Hardin, Paul Barker, Martin Hughes, and Motown fans worldwide.

    (C) 2005 Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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    Edition limited to 8000 non-numbered limited edition copies.

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  • Franklin Aretha - Aretha (LP)

    27,50

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    Aretha is an album by Aretha With The Ray Bryant Combo Franklin, released in 2022. Aretha includes a.o. the following tracks: “Won’t Be Long”, “Love Is The Only Thing”, “Maybe I’m A Fool”, “It Ain’t Necessarily So” and more. The album is a Coloured Vinyl, High Quality soul LP.

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  • Young Holt Unlimited - Soulful Strut (Käytetty LP/12)

    17,00

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  • Drifters - We Gotta Sing – The Soul Years 1962-1971 (3CD Boxset)

    30,00

    • Collection of 76 recordings by The Drifters featuring all of their chart hits of the period 1962 to 1971; including mono/stereo alternate takes of titles and five unissued songs only ever available on long deleted CDs released in 1996

    • With two long-thought lost recordings, never originally released, ‘I Dig Your Act’ and ‘You And Me Together Forever’ making their world-wide debut on this 3 CD set.

    • Compiled, annotated and produced for re-issue by Bob Fisher with assistance from one of the leading experts on Drifter’s history, Pete Burns. Designed by Michael Robson and mastered by Simon Murphy this is the definitive collection of one of The Drifters’ greatest eras – ‘The Soul Years’

    The Drifters have always been one of the most beloved of all African American male vocal groups. This 3CD set is devoted to what we have called for simplification purposes, ‘The Soul Years’. It presents, in chronological order, all of the recording sessions they undertook for Atlantic Records between June 28th 1962 and January 5th 1971.

    The accompanying booklet lists discographical information including the group line-up, the writers of the songs, the location and date of the recording sessions, and if known, the producer and arranger of the tracks. Plus, all of their UK and US chart positions

    The Drifters were originally formed in 1953 by Clyde McPhatter, one of the most influential of ‘50s R&B vocalists. By 1958 the group had been replaced by another group by their manager and this group featured Ben E King as lead singer for a short time. Lead singers on the ‘Soul Years’ sessions are mainly Rudy Lewis or Johnny Moore.

    By 1962 the group moved on from their early ‘50s R&B roots and late ‘50s symphonic pop sounds to embrace the coming of Soul music. Their journey through this genre was helped by renowned songwriters like Carole King, Gerry Goffin, Ellie Greenwich, Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman, Burt Bacharach, Hal David, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil and producers like Bert Berns, Jerry Wexler and Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller.

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  • Watson Johnny Guitar - A Real Mother For Ya (180 gram, crystal clear) (LP)

    25,00

    The multi-talented Johnny “Guitar” Watson was known for his guitar skills and was one of the hottest blues artists during the 1950s. His 1977 funk album A Real Mother For Ya produced the same titled international hit song and features “Nothing Left To Be Desired” and “Lover Jones”. Also included is the 2020 Ben Liebrand Oldskool mix as a bonus track, which was not available on the original album. During his career, Johnny “Guitar” Watson influenced Jimi Hendrix amongst others and earned a Grammy nomination for best contemporary blues album. Sadly Johnny “Guitar” Watson passed away while touring Japan in 1996. A Real Mother For Ya is available as a limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on crystal vinyl

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  • Washington Gene And The Ram Jam Band - Live On Air 1966 -1969 (CD)

    27,00

    London Calling proudly presents Geno Washington and The Ram Jam Band, live in session from London 1966-1969. Professionally re-mastered original broadcast recordings with background liners and period photos.

    Tracks 1-3: 19/08/1966
    Tracks 4-6: 28/10/1966
    Tracks 7-9: 27/01/1967
    Tracks 10-11: 17/03/1967
    Tracks 12-14: 11/08/1967
    Tracks 15-17: 06/10/1967
    Tracks 18-20: 16/08/1968
    Tracks 21-23: 27/12/1968
    Tracks 24-25: 27/06/1969

    Tracks 2, 5, 8, 13 and 16 with interview.

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  • Sweet Inspirations - Let It Be Me: The Atlantic Recordings 1967-1970 (3CD Box) (CD)

    38,00

    Three CD set featuring 66 tracks by The Sweet Inspirations cut for Atlantic Records between 1967 and 1970.

    A comprehensive collection from the voices behind a plethora of hitmakers including Solomon Burke, The Drifters, Aretha Franklin, Elvis Presley, Wilson Pickett and many others, who were signed in their own right by Jerry Wexler.

    Including the Top five R&B and Top 20 pop hit, ’Sweet Inspiration’.

    The set also includes eight tracks with the line-up including Ann Williams who replaced Cissy Houston; produced by Dave Crawford and Brad Shapiro, it was originally intended for release as an entire LP and has never been released in full until now.

    With stellar liner notes by renowned US writer/essayist Tim Dillinger including extensive quotes from Estelle Brown specifically for this reissue, and produced by SoulMusic Records’ founder David Nathan, with mastering by Nick Robbins and artwork by Roger Williams.

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