Ace Records Newsletter for June 2019
Here we go, the latest releases from Ace records this month featuring a right old mix of genres via various formats.
Rhythm & Bluesin' By The Bayou - Bop Cat Stomp
Rhythm & Blues
Various Artists (By the Bayou)
28 sought-after R&B bayou blasters including several new to CD and 11 previously unissued recordings.
Ruby Baby / Donna The Prima Donna
First time on CD for Dion’s 1963 Columbia LP “Ruby Baby” and its follow-up “Donna The Prima Donna”, both in glorious stereo.
Would She Do That For You?!
Various Artists (Girl Group Sounds USA)
14 great examples of the US girl group sound, together on a stylish vinyl-only collection.
Masterpieces Of Modern Soul Vol 5
Various Artists (Masterpieces of Modern Soul)
70s soul from the vaults and rare soul dancefloors.
Got To Be Somebody - The XL Sessions 1960s Memphis Gold
Produced by Charles Chalmers and featuring the very cream of Memphis musicians, this is some of the greatest soul music to come out of Memphis in the era.
You Fool, You Fool (Pt 1) / You Fool, You Fool (Pt 2)
Prophet & His Disciples
Super-rare 45 from Dave Hamilton’s Detroit studio. Reissued on 7” for the first time with facsimile label.
Who Told You / The Same Change
Miss Jackie Moore
Jackie Moore’s classic dancefloor sister funk of ‘Who Told You’ backed with a previously unissued masterpiece.
Everything Is Gonna Be Alright / You Brought The Sunshine (Edit)
The Clark Sisters
The Clark sisters mix soul and gospel to fantastic effect on this Sounds Of Gospel 45.
Keep On Doin' Your Funky Thing / Ain't It Funky
Various Artists (BGP Singles)
Two originally unissued funk tracks from our “Southern Funkin” compilation. These are guaranteed floor fillers, that sound and look good on a repro Hotlanta label.
Chains / A Toast To The People
Black & Blues
First vinyl release for these two tracks by Gil Scott-Heron’s band from college. Features both Gil and Brian Jackson on the recordings.
More info, images, samples and such via https://acerecords.co.uk/
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