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  • Dane Barbara - When I Was A Young Girl and On My Way (CD)

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  • Maughan Susan - Bobby’s Girl (CD)

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  • Feminine Complex - Livin’ Love (RSD) (CD)

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    SEPTEMBER 2020 RSD DROPS RELEASE
    LIMITED TO 1,000 COPIES WORLDWIDE
    LIMITED TO 550 COPIES IN NORTH AMERICA

    A road paving, agency grabbing, ‘69 girl group garage band trip!

    Nashville, 1966: five young girls teach themselves their instruments playing along to the radio. Initially named “The Pivots” and by the end of ‘67 christened as The Feminine Complex, they were playing out and developing a local following including radio and television appearances. They created their own versions of popular songs, a style that reflected their need to express their own experience of girlhood. Gender bending “boys’ songs” they simply changed the lyrics, modifying the major characters and pronouns creating a space for themselves inside the music where they were able to become the agents of their own wishes, needs and desires. Come ‘68, they appeared on NBC’s nationally syndicated Showcase ’68, hosted by Lloyd Thaxton paving way to their cult status.

    It is not allegorical to say that in some way, they widened the entrance to the historical vacuum that a generation later would come to be filled by Riot Grrrl and rock ‘n’ roll camps for girls. The Feminine Complex were not just a good band because they were girls, or because they were the first girls. They are a good band because they are. Lucky for us, we have these recordings, so we can continue to hear why.

    Features the original ‘69 album plus 11 originally unissued tracks!

  • Chicks - Sound Of The Chicks (CD)

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    he Sound Of The Chicks by The Chicks – ’60s Kiwi girl group harmonies! Recorded shortly after their tour with The Pretty Things, the Donaldson sisters made The Chicks a household name in New Zealand circa ’66. Uptempo effervescent ’60s kiwi girl group pop, with the kind of stunning harmonies that could only come from sisters. Recorded in single takes to two track for the Viking label when Judy was 16 and Sue was just 14, yet they manage to capture a true fauxtown sound. NZ’s answer to Spector’s girls, reissued for the first time and pressed on colored vinyl! Right from the time The Chicks hatched out of New Zealand’s fertile rock’n’roll scene, Judy and Sue Donaldson were two of the biggest pop stars of the ’60s. Sporting matching mod hairdos and pop art outfits, the girls were unique because they not only sang, but could dance up a storm. Their mother was musical and taught the girls to sing harmonies and their neighbor Kevin Borich, future member of one of New Zealand’s wildest combos, The La de Das, taught the girls how to play guitar while they sang. The Chicks were signed to Viking in 1965 and promptly sent to the recording studio where the girls were given Chubby Checker’s ’Hucklebuck,’ and then ’Heart Of Stone.’ Recordings were done on only two tracks, meaning they had to get things right quickly. Music was already chosen and rehearsed with a young band by musical director and pianist Mike Perjanik, who also gave The Chicks their name. The girls were just 14 and 16 when ’Hucklebuck’ shot up the charts to #1, so they were quickly hustled back into the studio to record their first album The Sound Of The Chicks.

  • Sinatra Nancy - Keep Walkin’: Singles, Demos & Rarities 1965-1978 (CD)

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    *Light in the Attic* continues to celebrate the influential career of singer, actress, activist, and icon *Nancy Sinatra* with a captivating new collection, *_Keep Walkin’: Singles, Demos & Rarities 1965-1978_*. Exploring the lesser-known gems from Sinatra’s rich catalog through *25 B-sides, rare singles, covers, demos, and previously-unreleased recordings*, *_Keep Walkin’_* was remastered by the *GRAMMY®-nominated engineer John Baldwin* and available in a variety of formats, including *vinyl, CD, 8-track, and digital*.

  • Shepherd Sisters - A Flock of 45s (1956-1962) (CD)

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    A comprehensive collection of everything The Shepherd Sisters recorded between 1954 and 1962 including their transatlantic hit ’Alone (Why Must I Be Alone)’.

    Several tracks included here have never been on a CD release anywhere before.

    Contains their recordings for the Benida, Melba, Lance, Mercury, MGM, Warwick, Bigtop and United Artists labels.

    Producers include Morty Craft and Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller and songwriters Luther Dixon, Ben Raleigh, Morty Craft, Richard Barrett, Bob Crewe & Frank Slay, Nelson Riddle, Hoagy Carmichael and Burt Bacharach.

    The 28 track CD comes with a booklet containing full writer / publisher / label credits, a comprehensive biography together with label scans, press ads and other features.

  • Ann-Margret - Born to Be Wild (CD)

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    2023 release. One of this year’s most anticipated albums is finally here – the full release from stage and screen icon, the lovely Ann-Margret. One of Hollywood’s brightest lights and star of such film classics as Bye Bye Birdie and Viva Las Vegas, Ann-Margret proudly presents all new recordings of her singing pop and rock standards in her own ineffable, entrancing singing voice.

    This project pairs her with several stellar guests including The Who’s Pete Townshend, Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, The Oak Ridge Boys, Pat Boone, country legends Mickey Gilley & T.G. Sheppard, Stax guitarist Steve Cropper, Robben Ford and so many more.

  • Lee Peggy - Fever – The Velvet Lounge Series (CD)

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    1-CD (Digipak) with 36-page booklet, 30 tracks. Total playing time approx. 79 min.

    Peggy Lee – a Voice of the Century! Finally, one of the great singers of the American Songbook appears in the ’Velvet Lounge’ series on Bear Family Records®.
    Meticulous compilation with Rock ’n’ Roll, Rhythm ’n’ Blues, Jazz and Pop from Peggy Lee’s long career, recordings from 1948 to 1962.
    Featuring ballads, uptempo numbers, songs from movies and live recordings – some on CD for the first time – the CD album reflects Peggy Lee’s artistic versatility.
    Her big hit Fever is included twice, as the 1958 hit version and as a rare live recording from 1961, and with Hallelujah, I Love Him So and other songs the singer bows to Ray Charles.
    The 36-page color booklet provides a Peggy Lee biography by Chicago music historian Bill Dahl, as well as a detailed session discography, rare pictures and memorabilia.

    The Voice
    Gentle, erotic, and powerful-voiced are just a few of the attributes critics worldwide use to describe Peggy Lee’s vocals. Long overdue, here comes an album with the greatest recordings of one of the most important US singers in Bear Family’s ’Velvet Lounge’ series.

    With this CD release, everyone can be convinced of the versatility and the energy in her voice that fueled her career over and over again for decades.

    The Songs
    The 30 carefully selected songs on this CD provide a lively cross-section of the various musical genres in which Peggy Lee felt at home. Her career was extremely successful and lasted more than four decades.

    Our main focus in compiling this album was on Peggy Lee’s versatile vocal qualities. The selected recordings date from 1948 to 1962.

    The repertoire ranges from swing numbers, powerful R&B and rock and roll to beautiful ballads. Remastered with flair, big hits like Fever, Alright Okay You Win or Heart (Corazon) stand next to rare recordings, including an early version of the Dean Martin classic Everybody Loves Somebody.

    From a rare Snader transcription comes a live version of the classic Why Don’t You Do Right?. On Baby Baby Wait For Me, Jump For Joy, Kansas City or her adaptation of the Ray Charles classic I Got A Woman she flirts with rock and roll.

    Also notable: her original version of the ballad I’m Lookin’ Out The Window was later covered by Cliff Richard. The CD closes with interesting live recordings from a legendary 1961 concert in New York City.

    Accompanying the CD, the 36-page booklet includes a Peggy Lee biography by music journalist and historian Bill Dahl, a carefully compiled discography, and many illustrations and rare images.

  • Cogan Alma - The Very Best of Alma Cogan – He Just Couldn’t (CD)

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    Universally known as ’The girl with the laugh in her voice’, ALMA COGAN was The UK’s very first Princess of Pop.

    She cut her very first record, ’To Be Worthy Of You’, on her 20th birthday in March 1952, and was rewarded with a Top 5 hit.

    Alma topped the UK charts with ’Dreamboat’ in 1955, and during the 1950s she registered twenty-three hit Records in Britain, far more than any other female singer.

    This is the first compilation to include all her UK hits, including further ’signature songs’ like ’Bell Bottom Blues’, ’I Can’t Tell A Waltz From A Tango’, ’Never Do A Tango With An Eskimo’ and ’Last Night On The Back Porch’, alongside the pick of her other singles.

    Also featured are a number of her celebrated R&R covers, e.g. ’Tweedle Dee’, ’Why Do Fools Fall In Love’, ’Lucky Lips’, ’Fabulous’, ’This Little Girl’s Gone Rockin” and ’Pink Shoelaces’.

    She enjoyed considerable international success, notably in Japan, where ’He Just Couldn’t Resist Her With Her Pocket Transistor’ topped the charts.

    Alma died in 1966 at the tragically young age of thirty-four, at more or less the peak of her popularity, following a battle with ovarian cancer.

  • Lee Brenda - Grandma, What Great Songs You Sang / Miss Dynamite (Käytetty CD)

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    Here is the first volume in Ace’s forthcoming programme of Brenda Lee re-issues that will see her first ten LPs for US Decca paired across five CDs.

    The best selling female pop vocalist of the early to mid 1960s, Brenda Lee was an international megastar who sold over 100 million records – she was voted Best Female Vocalist by the NME for five consecutive years – all before she was 21. And while it is true to say she showed a preference for recording ballads in order to attract the greatest number of record buyers, she also possessed one of the toughest rock’n’roll voices of the period – THE greatest according to John Lennon.

  • Various - Be Nice to Him Mamma – More Early Britt Girls (2CD) (CD)

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    Like its predecessor, ’Tell Him, Popcorn Brit Girls 1960-62’ (JASCD861), this 68-track, 2-CD set takes a look at the UK’s favourite female singers in the pre-Beatles era.

    It once again features ’usual suspects’ like Helen Shapiro, Susan Maughan, Julie Grant, Carol Deene, The Vernons Girls (who sing the title track), Maureen Evans, Kathy Kirby, Anita Harris, Jackie Trent, Lynn Cornell, Glenda Collins, etc., not forgetting Dusty, when she was a Springfield.

    Juxtaposed against newcomers like Grazina, Candy Sparling, Simone Jackson, Christine Quaite, Susan Singer, Patsy Ann Noble, Patti Lynn, Suzy Cope, Jackie Frisco, Cherry Roland, Jan & Kelly, etc.

    Also, members of the established ’old guard’, Alma Cogan, The Beverley Sisters, Petula Clark, Marion Ryan, Lita Roza, Cleo Laine, Jackie Lee, Ruby Murray, Pat Reader, Lorne Lesley, Ottilie Patterson, etc.

    This is another superb collection of hits and collectors’ rarities, many of the latter appearing here for the first time on CD.

  • Ellis Shirley - Three Six Nine! – The Best Of (CD)

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  • Franklin Aretha - The Complete Releases 1956-62 (2CD) (CD)

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    or several decades Aretha Franklin has enjoyed the accolade of being called “The Queen Of Soul”, a position that was cemented by her landmark 1967 pop and R&B No. 1 “Respect”. However, her career as a recording artist was a decade old by that time, having honed her style and singing gospel, jazz and blues- influenced material in her late teens. This great value 48-track collection brings together all of her recordings which were released through to 1962, by which time she had established a reputation as a distinctive, soulful and dynamic performer and had made early inroads in both the R&B and pop charts. It comprises her debut recordings as a gospel artist on the 10” LP “Songs Of Faith”, for Joe Von Battle’s JVB label, made when she was just 14 years old, and then all her singles for Columbia, most of which came from her three albums for the label “Aretha Franklin With The Ray Bryant Combo”, “The Electrifying Aretha Franklin” and “The Tender, The Moving, The Swinging Aretha Franklin”, the complete content of which is also included, along with a track from a multi-artist Christmas compilation. It’s a thorough showcase for her talent and style in the early years of her career.

  • Delicates, Starlets & Angels - Evolution of a Vocal Group (CD)

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    HE ANGELS, who would go on to become one of the iconic Girl Groups of the 1960s, had their roots in two earlier female vocal groups, THE DELICATES and THE STARLETS, both of whom were hugely popular in New York

    This compilation traces their evolution, and includes everything recorded by all three groups between 1959-62 featuring, at different times, the lead voices of Peggy Santiglia, Linda Malzone, and Linda Jansen.

    Included herein are their early hits, viz: The Delicates’ ’Ronnie Is My Lover’ and ’Black & White Thunderbird’; The Starlets’ ’P.S. I Love You’; and The Angels’ ”Til’, ’Cry Baby Cry’ and ’Everybody Loves A Lover’.

    Also included, in its entirety, is The Angels’ first LP ”And The Angels Sing”.

    This is the first time that this body of work has been thus compiled, and a great many of these sides are well-nigh impossible to find elsewhere on CD.

  • Various - Girls With Guitars Gonna Shake! (CD)

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    Ten genuine all-girl bands join forces with similar 60s females of the species on this new volume in our ear-grabbing ”Girls With Guitars” series, providing further confirmation that girls can do what the guys do. The CD kicks off in great style with three of the best tracks to feature in the series so far: the Belles’ ’Melvin’, a great gender-switched version of Van Morrison’s ’Gloria’; a rendering of John Lee Hooker’s ’Dimples’ by the Missfits; and Girls Take Over’s uninhibited proto-punk treatment of Tommy Tucker’s ’Hi Heel Sneakers’. The Missfits, a young five-piece from Blackpool with a taste for R&B, also tackle Bo Diddley’s ’You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover’ and ’Chuck Berry’s ’I’m Talking About You’; all three of their tracks are previously unreleased. For the record, lest anyone’s keeping tally, the other featured guitar-toting all-girl bands are She, Goldie & the Gingerbreads, the Debutantes, the Liverbirds, the Beat-Chics, the Ace Of Cups and the Mysteries. Elsewhere, Debbie Williams sings lead with the all-male Unwritten Law, ballsy-voiced Joyce Harris is backed by Texas bar band the Daylighters, the teenage Chymes trio are accompanied by the un-billed Turtles and, well, you get the picture. Naturally, those so inclined can learn more about all the artists in the accompanying 24-page booklet containing a picture-packed 4,000-word track commentary by series compiler Mick Patrick.

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    Cole Ann - I Want To Be A Big Girl (CD)

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    25 original female Rhythm & Blues recordings. Presented in a laminated car wallet with full colour disc, four pages of liner notes and a full two page discography

  • Vernons Girls - You Know What I Mean (CD)

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    Stars of Jack Good’s TV shows Oh Boy! and Boy Meets Girls, THE VERNONS GIRLS were pretty much a cottage industry of their own, with their various satellites and spinoffs.

    A sixteen-girl ensemble when Jack discovered them in 1957, by the turn of the 60s they’d slimmed down to a trio, their ex-members either pursuing solo careers or forming rival vocal duos/trios.

    Concentrating on their R&R and Pop output, this compilation traces their early careers variously as The Vernons Girls, Two Vernons Girls and spinoffs in the shape of a handful of Lynn Cornell’s early solo 45s, plus singles by The De Laine Sisters and The Breakaways.

    Includes chart and turntable hits like ’Let’s Get Together’, ’Madison Time’, ’Lover Please’, ’Never On Sunday’, ’You Know What I Mean’, ’The Locomotion’ and ’Funny All Over’.

    Surprisingly, several of these sides are unavailable elsewhere on CD, making this a must-have for the gals’ vast legions of fans.

  • Paulette Sisters - In The ’50s (CD)

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    The Paulette Sisters were among the most prolific of all the singing sisters of the 1940’s, 50’s and early 60’s, recordings dozens of singles for such major labels as Decca, Columbia and Capitol, yet this is the very first CD compilation of their work.

    They were early protégées of Connee Boswell and backed her on several sides as a quartet.

    When one of the sisters left to get married, Connee coached them on becoming a trio like the Boswells.

    This new Jasmine set focuses on their 50’s material, with orchestrations by Mitch Miller, Percy Faith, Larry Clinton, Dave Cavanaugh, and Sy Oliver, all remastered in pristine digital sound.

  • Paris Sisters - The First Ten Years (CD)

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    THE PARIS SISTERS are chiefly remembered for their winsome, million-selling ’I Love How You Love Me’, one of Phil Spector’s early freelance productions, in 1961.

    However, they were already a hugely experienced trio, having been cutting records – initially as something of an Andrews Sisters’ tribute act – since 1953, for labels like Cavalier, Decca and Imperial.

    Spector produced three further hits with the girls, ’Be My Boy’, ’He Knows I Love Him Too Much’ and ’Let Me Be The One’, while ’Yes – I Love You’ was a significant regional success.

    All are included on this compilation, which presents the very best of their recorded output between 1953-62, and also features twenty pre-Spector rarities.

    Few of their early sides have ever appeared in the digital format previously, making this a wholly unique, must-have collection.

  • Various - What Kind Of Girl (Do You Think I Am?) – East Coast Girls And Groups 1960-1962 (CD)

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    Another classic instalment of ’The Girl Group Sound’, this 30-track set is Jasmine’s long awaited follow up to ’Love Charms – West Coast hits and rarities from California Girls & Groups 1957-1962’ (JASCD963).

    However, this time around the tracks are from the US East Coast, taking in New York, Philadelphia, Detroit and Chicago.

    Featured artists range from famous names like The Ronettes, Patty LaBelle & The Blue Belles, The Chantels, Erma Franklin and Shirley Ellis to Brill Building Soul sisters like The Shirelles, The Exciters, The Cookies and Little Eva.

    And from Cameo-Parkway thrushes The Orlons and Dee Dee Sharp to Tamla-Motown songstresses The Marvelettes, The Vells, The Supremes, Martha & The Vandellas and Mary Wells.

    While elsewhere, we have perhaps lesser-readily known names like The Carousels, Mary Ann Fisher, Ann Cole, The Corvells, Tammy Montgomery, Tawny Williams, Geraldine Hunt and The Heartbreakers.

  • Springfield Dusty - Dusty Sings Soul (CD)

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    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.

  • Thomas Irma - Live! At New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 1976 (CD)

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  • A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector-0

    Various - A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector (CD)

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    Klassikko albumi!

  • Smith Sammi - Looks Like Stormy Weather 1969-1975 (CD)

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    Sammi Smith sang soulful, melancholy country music. Her low, distinctively husky voice was built for sad songs, and she has been described as country music’s Dusty Springfield.

    Compiled and annotated by Bob Stanley, ”Looks Like Stormy Weather” is a collection built for winter nights. There was a compelling warmth to her voice that should have taken her out of country and into the Hot 100 – or even the UK charts – more than once, but her only real crossover moment came in 1971 when she scored the original hit version of ’Help Me Make It Through The Night’.

    DJ Ralph Emery recalled being in a motel room with Sammi one night in 1970 where she had sat and played him a whole bunch of Kris Kristofferson songs. At that point, neither the DJ nor Sammi had a clue what was around the corner for her or for her friend Kristofferson, who was then just the janitor at Columbia Records. ’Help Me Make It Through The Night’ topped Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart for three weeks in 1971, peaked at #3 on Billboard’s Hot 100, won ”Single of the Year” and the ”Best Country Song” at the CMA awards, and a Grammy for ”Best Country Vocal Performance by a Female”. Sammi’s voice would have been new to most listeners – it’s melancholic ache and sensuous depth suited the song’s needs perfectly. Now signed to the tiny Mega label, she would record seven albums for them between 1970 and 1975, and the pick of them are the heart of this compilation.

  • Various - Supremes & The Evolution of the Girl Group Sound (2CD) (CD)

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    Second volume of our girl group history this time introducing The Supremes. Although they were soon to embrace the soul sound, their first recordings and album, which are included here, were well into the ’girl group’ sound.

    Volume one’s stars, The Shirelles return on this collection with eleven more classic tracks

    Also featured are Phil Spector’s, The Crystals and Goffin & King’s, Little Eva & The Cookies.

    Many all-time classics of the genre are to be found in this set such as: ’I Sold My Heart to The Junkman’ – The Bluebelles; ’Tell Him’ – The Exciters; ’Don’t Hang Up’ – The Orlons and more.

    Fully detailed liner notes.

  • Daisy Chain - Straight or Lame (CD)

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    The female quartet known as the Daisy Chain came roaring out of Southern California’s Orange County just in time for the Summer of Love. And the fab foursome of Shel Le, Camille, Rosemary and Dee Dee Lea disappeared from the scene almost as abruptly as they arrived, but not before leaving behind a stunning artifact of dayglo hippy trippiness and weirdness!!! Straight or Lame was little noticed by the public in its original 1967 release on the small United International label. Due to the original album’s rarity, original copies have been known to change hands for huge prices. Now it’s available once again, in a limited run of 1000 copies. Mastered from the original mono reels, this Sundazed edition features complete original cover art

  • DeCastro Sisters - Cuban Nightingales – The Complete Rarities (2CD) (CD)

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    The DeCastro Sisters are best-remembered today for their classic hit ’Teach Me Tonight’, but their careers actually spanned an amazing seven decades, from the mid-1940s to the early 2000s.

    Bear Family previously issued a collection of their Abbott and RCA recordings, but here gathered for the first time are the remainder of their vast catalogue, without duplicating a single track. Included are two complete stereo Capitol albums, the rest of their rare singles (including the stereo version of ’Teach Me Tonight Cha Cha’) and private demos from Peggy DeCastro’s personal collection.

    The Cuban trio had a style and sound unlike any other vocal group and they are displayed here in all their glory.

    Jasmine has restored everything with their meticulous work on two CD’s containing nearly three hours of music. Above all, the DeCastro Sisters are fun and guaranteed to give you an exciting listening experience.

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

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    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.

  • The Very Best of Maureen EVANS - Embassies & Orioles, 1958-1962-0

    Evans Maureen - The Very Best of Maureen EVANS – Embassies & Orioles, 1958-1962 (CD)

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    Cardiff-born MAUREEN EVANS was perhaps the most famous singer who recorded for EMBASSY RECORDS, the Woolworths-only budget record label.

    Many of her Embassy covers outsold the original hit versions, notably on songs like ’Stupid Cupid’, ’Born Too Late’, ’Goodbye, Jimmy, Goodbye’, ’Lipstick On Your Collar’, and ’Plenty Good Lovin”.

    She subsequently recorded for Embassy’s parent label, Oriole, registering with sides like ’The Big Hurt’, ’Love, Kisses And Heartaches’, ’Paper Roses’, ’Never In A Million Years’ and her 1962 worldwide, million-selling hit ’Like I Do’.

    This compilation presents the very best of Maureen’s Embassy and Oriole releases between 1958-62 and includes all her hits and important releases, alongside a handful of collectors’ rarities.

    Several of these sides are difficult to find elsewhere on CD, while a half-dozen or so have never previously been reissued, in any format.

  • Franklin Aretha - The Electrifying + bonus (CD)

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    Reissue of Aretha Franklin’s ’Electrifying Aretha Franklin’ plus bonus album ’The Tender, The Moving, The Swinging Aretha Franklin’ plus four extra bonus: ’Trouble In Mind’, ’Hard Times’, ’When They Ask About You’ and ’Operation Heartbreak’.

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