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If I had to choose one soul compilation CD that sums up everything I love about soul music it would have to be "Masterpieces of Modern Soul" on Kent label, all 22 tracks are absolute gems, which compilation does it for you?

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Nini's faves/raves/must haves and dreams sorry you cant buy this one in the shops :thumbsup:

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If I had to choose one soul compilation CD that sums up everything I love about soul music it would have to be "Masterpieces of Modern Soul" on Kent label, all 22 tracks are absolute gems, which compilation does it for you?

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It would be one I made myself :yes::thumbsup:

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Two compilations from the early 1980s completely changed my head about soul music: the Lost Soul series on Epic and Pure Soul on Kent.

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Picked this up in States a few years back : Wardell Quezerque "Sixty Smokin' Soul Senders" double CD on Funky Delicacies a division of Tuff City Records.

Jolly good listen :thumbsup:ps 20 page booklet also and very informative, label scans etc....i love really well written booklets, think Kent always just about nail this department.

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I did at one time collect kent and Charly L.P's, Charly's Rare Soul Uncovered vol.3 is superb and i do spin it alot at home, a great track on the L.p is Roscoe Shelton...... you're the dream, which is an unreleased ss7 track.

Fav' Kent L.P is Kent Stax, loads of great Southern stax/volt stuff, even has Margie Joseph " one more chance " on it, plus a nice smooth mid tempo track by Jimmy Hughes..It's all up to you...........Mmmm nice !

Fav C.D......Urrr..... Dave Godin's Deep soul treasures.....oh yes !

JM

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[ a great track on the L.p is Roscoe Shelton...... you're the dream, which is an unreleased ss7 track.

Excellent track I have that on a Roscoe Shelton (charley) LP..

Funny they used this tune in the Blue Juice film.

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Must confess to liking our own too, but one of the best NS comps I've had lately was the Northern Soul of Dore CD. Excellent !

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Motown Chartbusters Volume 3. :thumbsup:

That under one arm, a bottle of cider under the other, got you into every party going.

More recently keep returning to Soothers & Movers, every track a mid tempo delight.

Tony

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