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A Woman's Way: The Complete Rozetta Johnson - New  Kent Records Release

A Woman's Way: The Complete Rozetta Johnson - New  Kent Records Release cover

Two senses information on a recent Kent Records soul  release...

Rozetta JOHNSON  A Woman's Way: The Complete Rozetta Johnson 1963-1975 
Kent CDKEND 456 
Released: 28 Oct 16 

Release notes preview from Ace Records website (link to read the full version follows below)

Rozetta JOHNSON  A Woman's Way: The Complete Rozetta Johnson 1963-1975 

The 60s and 70s recordings of a supremely talented southern soul singer.

Birmingham, Alabama singer Roszetta Johnson created marvellous southern soul, particularly when collaborating with songwriter Sam Dees, also from that city. (Note the spelling of her name; her records were usually issued as by Rozetta or occasionally Rosetta.) This CD features all her known recordings from the 60s and 70s; only some much later CD tracks are...
...Roszetta’s songs are as popular as ever among the cognoscenti. Finally her complete soul era recordings are available on one disc....

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Album track listing
1.    "I've Come Too Far With You (To Turn Back Now)"
2.    "Mama Was A Bad Seed"
3.    "You Better Keep What You Got"
4.    "I Can Feel My Love Comin' Down"
5.    "For That Man Of Mine"
6.    "It's Nice To Know"
7.    "That Hurts"
8.    Rosetta Johnson & The Organettes - "Willow Weep For Me"
9.    Rosetta Johnson & The Organettes - "I Understand My Man"
10.    "Mine Was Real"
11.    "A Woman's Way"
12.    "Who Are You Gonna Love (Your Woman Or Your Wife)"
13.    "Holding The Losing Hand"
14.    "Chained & Bound"
15.    "Can't You Just See Me"
16.    "To Love Somebody"
17.    "Personal Woman"
18.    "(I Like Making That) Early Morning Love"
19.    "It's Been So Nice"
20.    "How Can You Lose Something You Never Had"
21.    "I Can Feel My Love Comin' Down"
22.    "I've Come Too Far With You (To Turn Back Now)"

more info including the full release notes by @ady croasdell via Ace Records

http://acerecords.co.uk/a-womans-way-the-complete-1961-1975

 

 






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I am enjoying this, very varied across dancers in Northern Soul, Crossover to early Modern Soul plus some slower deep, Southern style songs.  Beyond the few songs compiled already this is a good release in its own right.

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