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" Extra Rich In Soul"-Various Artist Cd. Soul Junction Records

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Just to give you the thumbs up and advance on a fab new CD heading our way courtesy of Soul Junction Records   - a fantastic  blend and sample of previously unissued and issued Soul Music from the current stables and rota at Soul Junction.
 
website and sound files:- 
 
 
 
Soul Junction Press Release: Various   “Extra Rich In Soul”   SJCD5007
 
Release Date: Monday March 17th 2014
 
“Extra Rich In Soul” is a various artists cd compilation featuring some of Soul Junction’s most popular and now long deleted vinyl releases from Bill Spoon, Oliver Cheatham, Jesse James, David Washington Vince Broomfield and Natural Impulse.
These have been blended in amongst previously unissued tracks such as Clayton Hooker’s “Say It Again” and “Have You Had Enough” as well as a delightful mid tempo offering from Natural Impulse “Thank You Baby” which gets its debut outing on this compilation.
Also to continue with Soul Junction’s commitment to support today’s contemporary output we have included three recent releases by way of August Heat’s “Fly Away” and Darold Gholston’s “Love That’s Real” and E.R.I.C ‘s “ Backstage”. Add to that, two brand new releases from Detroit’s One Nation “I Like Your Style” and Pix’y aka Janet Wright’s excellent rework of the Rose Royce classic “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore”
 
So we hope to have provided something for everyone’s soulful palette.
 
 
For further information please contact Soul Junction at:
Tel: +44 (0)121 602 8115.  E-mail sales@souljunctionrecords.co.uk
 
 
Soul music into 2014 and beyond .. 
 
enjoy 
 
tfk

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And it's well worth getting hold of!

Yep defo a goodie Jerry - phew ....alls sounding and looking good in 2014 and it's only February !!!

 

regards tfk 

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And it's well worth getting hold of!

 

Glad you like it Jerry your doing a sterling promotional job for us down there in Gloucestershire on your GFM breakfast soul show ably abieted on a Tuesday night by Mr Thorley's "Crossing The Tracks" show. :thumbsup:

Anyone wishing to hear more Soul Junction stuff can tune into Steve Guarnori's Friday night "Soul Time" show, Chico's Tudno soul Show, Bob Smith and Wayne Arbon's Sunday night soul Soirée, Mick O'Donnell's Soul Discovery earlier sunday night show or Paul Cater on Ambersound amongst others Checkout the links and playlists in the Soul ,Video, Auudio section on soul source :thumbup: :thumbup:  

 

N.B. It would appear that the cd has reactivated some renewed interest in  Natural Impulses "We're Gonna Make It Through" judging by the e-mails we have recieved today, sadly the 45 is long deleted so people will have to make do with the cd I'm afraid.

Dave

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Top quality once again, and as a modern souler I can tell you that it is DEFINITELY a smart move to release on CD.........Soul Junction will not regret that!

 

 

Cheers,

Mark R

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Glad you like it Jerry your doing a sterling promotional job for us down there in Gloucestershire on your GFM breakfast soul show ably abieted on a Tuesday night by Mr Thorley's "Crossing The Tracks" show. :thumbsup:

Anyone wishing to hear more Soul Junction stuff can tune into Steve Guarnori's Friday night "Soul Time" show, Chico's Tudno soul Show, Bob Smith and Wayne Arbon's Sunday night soul Soirée, Mick O'Donnell's Soul Discovery earlier sunday night show or Paul Cater on Ambersound amongst others Checkout the links and playlists in the Soul ,Video, Auudio section on soul source :thumbup: :thumbup:  

 

N.B. It would appear that the cd has reactivated some renewed interest in  Natural Impulses "We're Gonna Make It Through" judging by the e-mails we have recieved today, sadly the 45 is long deleted so people will have to make do with the cd I'm afraid.

Dave

 

 

And if ya canna get ya cats whiskers  crystal  wireless radio sets to reach those wave bands we have Fraser Dunns fabulous Sub City Show also on the World Wide Web live from Glasgow town every Saturday afternoon flying the flag high  for Independant Soul music -

 

Fraser featured tracks by Clayton Hooker/One Nation and Darold Ghoulston off the "Extra rich in soul" CD on last Saturdays show :-

 

http://www.subcity.org/shows/soulfulallsorts/affb7/

 

tfk

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OMG Andy

How could I have ever forgotten the mercurial Frazer Dunn, one of Scotland's finest soulmen and last of the big time spenders :lol:

I often joked about having to charge him airmail postage rates, but I bet he's starting to get worried now :wicked:

Dave

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Sorry this was the only thing I could afford from you on Sat night Dave, but blimey it's worth every penny and sounds brilliant playing loud in the car all this week! Cheers and roll on the next soulful SJ release, Steve :thumbsup:

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Sorry this was the only thing I could afford from you on Sat night Dave, but blimey it's worth every penny and sounds brilliant playing loud in the car all this week! Cheers and roll on the next soulful SJ release, Steve :thumbsup:

 Your forgiven Steve :lol: might be a idea to reserve a spare copy :D

ATB

Dave

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Glad you like it Jerry your doing a sterling promotional job for us down there in Gloucestershire on your GFM breakfast soul show ably abieted on a Tuesday night by Mr Thorley's "Crossing The Tracks" show. :thumbsup:

Anyone wishing to hear more Soul Junction stuff can tune into Steve Guarnori's Friday night "Soul Time" show, Chico's Tudno soul Show, Bob Smith and Wayne Arbon's Sunday night soul Soirée, Mick O'Donnell's Soul Discovery earlier sunday night show or Paul Cater on Ambersound amongst others Checkout the links and playlists in the Soul ,Video, Auudio section on soul source :thumbup: :thumbup:  

 

N.B. It would appear that the cd has reactivated some renewed interest in  Natural Impulses "We're Gonna Make It Through" judging by the e-mails we have recieved today, sadly the 45 is long deleted so people will have to make do with the cd I'm afraid.

Dave

Hi Dave am not surprised with "The Natural Impulse"  Were gonna make it through  45  selling out   - their "Thank you baby" off the CD is tip top too  - 2 nice groovers  for sure...  

 

regards  tfk

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Got my copy of the CD this morning...absolutely fantastic, absolutely essential listening!!

I'm not just saying that, it's superb!!....for me I've just heard one of the best mid tempo crossover/ 70s tunes around...Natural Impulse-"Thank you baby" is quite simply stunning and is worth the purchase of the CD for that track alone....4:52 mins of utter joy.

Quality in heaps again from Soul Junction

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Got my copy of the CD this morning...absolutely fantastic, absolutely essential listening!!

I'm not just saying that, it's superb!!....for me I've just heard one of the best mid tempo crossover/ 70s tunes around...Natural Impulse-"Thank you baby" is quite simply stunning and is worth the purchase of the CD for that track alone....4:52 mins of utter joy.

Quality in heaps again from Soul Junction

Fantastic music Andy - every  track a winner - canna stop playing it in The Wild West - Soul music for 2014 

 

tfk 

 

ps ps am tempted to get a reserve copy just in case ....

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Fantastic music Andy - every track a winner - canna stop playing it in The Wild West - Soul music for 2014

tfk

ps ps am tempted to get a reserve copy just in case ....

For sure Andy...a belter of a CD

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Hi Folks

The "Extra Rich In Soul" SJCD 5007 album is out today and is available from all the usual stockists, Soul Brothers, CrazyBeat, Simply Soul, Funky Feet, Juno, Soulstacks etc etc

Or if you so wish directly from the Soul Junction website: www.souljunctionrecords.co.uk

via the buy it now page.

Last call on the J.B.Bingham SJ525 45as we only have a handfull left.

Dave

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ukvibe.org review 5 out of 5 
 
VA ‘Extra Rich In Soul’ (Soul Junction Records) 5/5
 
by ukvibe
March 2014 saw the release of an ‘Oh So Soulful’ various artists compilation you definitely need in your collection. “Extra Rich in Soul” compiled by Dave Welding, co-founder of Soul Junction Records, features some of the most sought after vinyl releases from the last seven years, many of which have long since been deleted, alongside a sprinkling of previously unissued/unreleased tracks and some current soulful hot platters. From the in demand inclusion of the late Oliver Cheatham’s classic undiscovered (until 2012) mid-70s rare groove “Don’t Pop the Question (If You Can’t Take the Answer)” through to Darold Ghoulston’s languid, even paced and supremely sumptuous, “Love That’s Real”, the 15 tracks on display here are a perfect advert for the quality “Real Soul” music Soul Junction Records which has been pumping out since their inception in 2008.
Another recently discovered gem is showcased here in the form of “I Can Feel Your Love Changing” (2010) by the indefatigable James McClelland better known as Jesse James. JJ makes his own a tune previously recorded by such luminaries as Esther Phillips and Sharon Ridley.
 
Louisiana natives August Heat (Eltonez Salton, vocals & Kent August, guitar) received well-deserved kudos for their 2013 album release “Closer”. Soul Junction was quick to license and release two of their tracks as 45’s “You and Me” And “Hooked on You”. Both singles received heavy rotation on various specialist Internet Soul Radio shows. It is the free flowing floater, “Fly Away” which Dave Welding has chosen to include on this compilation. One of the most welcome inclusions comes from ex-Wall Street banker, Eric Oliver Harris. Recording simply as E.R.I.C (Extra Rich In Class) since 2008, it was his outstanding 2012 release “Backstage” which caused heavy vibrations across radio-land — I believe the term is, “Grown Folks Music”. Essential lyrics, essential listening! The muti-faceted talents of Vince Broomfield are highlighted to maximum effect via ‘Audio’s’ “Won’t Somebody” and “Remember September”, the former showing off Vince’s vocal prowess, while the latter is a beautiful saxophone laden instrumental, the instrument he made his living from prior to stepping up to the microphone. Ex ‘Citation’ multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Clayton Hooker’s distinctive falsetto can be heard gracing two tracks on the album “Have You Had Enough” and the tightly produced “Say It Again”, both given first outings on this CD. Other artists afforded two tracks on this compilation are seasoned interracial group, ‘Natural Impulse’, who bring their raw live sound to bear, initially on the very catchy, but unlicensed (until now) “Thank You Baby” and the funky optimism of “We’re Gonna Make It Through”.
 
One of the founder members of chapter 8, David Washington comes up trumps with a stomping two-step reworking of a track he previously wrote for session recording artist Jimmy Scott. A quality slice of modern soul offered up by the man who along with former chapter 8 band-member Michael Powell discovered Anita Baker. ‘Pix’y’ a.k.a. Janet Wright gives a fresh interpretation of ‘Rose Royce’s’ “Love Don’t Live Here Any More”, utilising some very contemporary production. Another sadly departed artist ‘Bill Spoon’ born William Bell Witherspoon has left us a tune by which to remember his warm, rounded, grandfather- esque comforting vocals by. “I Can’t Wait (Until the Weekend)” is a mantra propagated by millions of people at least once in their lifetime; making this long ignored bumper an apt addition to this compilation and a fitting homage to this long established and dearly missed crooner. Seasoned musicians ‘One Nation’ are a quartet out of Detroit represented on this wholesome collection by the previously unissued ear and foot friendly “I like Your Style”. The aforementioned Darold Ghoulston rounds out what no doubt is the first of many compilations in the “Extra Rich In Soul” series put out by this ‘Voice of Real Soul Lovers Label’, Soul Junction Records. A job well done indeed Mr Welding.
Michael J Edwards
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