Friday, November 20, 2015

Soul 45s and LPs!

Morning all,

60s and 70s soul special this time, LPs and 45s, featuring a bigger dose than normal of UK Tamla Motown and some Stateside releases, meaning we've had plenty of time to drool over those gorgeous glossy flipback covers! Two early Temptations releases, Marvin Gaye's "how sweet it is", early Stateside r&b comps, rare EPs from Contours and Supremes etc etc.

Of course not forgetting the US releases either - how about sealed originals of Chris Clark "Soul sounds", Bobby Jones "Talkin' 'bout Jones", Percy Sledge "Warm and tender soul" and Staple Singers "Amen", plus very nice copies of wanted LPs from Ascots (including the monster track "She's so indifferent"!) and Exciters, and not least a mono OG of the Tempests' northern gem "Would you believe".

See all new arrivals at and have a look at all the additions from earlier this week too.

Coming updates:

27/11: Hip Hop
4/12: Rock/Prog
11/12: US Jazz

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