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Anybody name some quality Soul records from New Orleans, or labels / artists associated with the city.

Here are 3 tracks from my collection to kick it off....

Willie Tee...First taste of hurt....Gatur

Charles Brimmer......The feeling in my heart...Broadmoor

Philharmonics....I Need, I need, your love ....Soulin'

John May

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Anybody name some quality Soul records from New Orleans, or labels / artists associated with the city.

Here are 3 tracks from my collection to kick it off....

Willie Tee...First taste of hurt....Gatur

Charles Brimmer......The feeling in my heart...Broadmoor

Philharmonics....I Need, I need, your love ....Soulin'

John May

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Irma Thomas...Ron

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John check just about any credit that lists Wardell Quezerque, one of the masters of the Crescent City Soul scene.

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Wardell Quezerque, was a writer,arranger and producer, his legacy is huge. Allen Toussaint called him "the Creole Beethoven" just a few tunes that he was behind in one way or another.

C.L. Blast - " I'm In A Daze"

The Jades - "Lucky Fellow"

Charles "Soul" Brown - "Standing On The Outside"

Lydia Marcell - "Everbody Dance"

Vickie Labat - "When You're In Love"

labels include.

Nola, Hot Line, Whurley Burley, Bonatemp, Mode, A.B.S. and Shagg

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Ravin Mads - Where is Love (RAVEN)

The Rubaiyats - Omar Khayam (SANSU)

Joyce Harris - Baby Baby Baby (FUN) - sure this is New Orleans

Skip Easterling - Keep the fire Burning (ALON)

barons - As soon as you're born (SHAGG)

I play those 5 out regularly !

Hammy

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Excellent record. Yes, the vocal is very strong. It reminds of another record, though. can't think which one though.

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Bang right blinding little tune, rarer on Grapevine though, been proven on this very site............hell i have the Grapevine release only 11 known copies :yes:

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Norma Jean - I've taken over - Hep Me

Norma Jean & Ray J - This is our song of love - Hep Me

Richard Caiton all of them  :yes:   :yes:

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Why on eath did i forget Richard Caiton......fantastic..well done John...good shout.

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Richard Caiton all of them  :yes:   :yes:

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Richard Caiton's biggie "I like to get near you" wasn't really recorded

in New Orleans though... :D Buy the Grapevine CD for the full story :yes:

Cheers,

Christian B

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Bang right blinding little tune, rarer on Grapevine though, been proven on this very site............hell i have the Grapevine release only 11 known copies :yes:

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I'm the lucky owner of both the RAM-release and the "ULTRA-RARE"

Grapevine2000 wdj :yes: Since I don't need 'em both, the last one

is open for "SILLY MONEY OFFERS" over £5 :yes::D

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..oh, I did I forget to mention that I have a spare VG++ copy

of "I like to get near you"... :yes: ?? Plays great as well.

I'm open for decent 70s/crossover trade offers :yes:

Offlist - CHRISTIAN.BRODSJO@GMAIL.COM

Cheers,

Christian B

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Bang right blinding little tune, rarer on Grapevine though, been proven on this very site............hell i have the Grapevine release only 11 known copies :yes:

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I've got one, so it can't be that rare. I bet there's over 50, possibly 100 around. I don't even think it's good.

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I've got one, so it can't be that rare. I bet there's over 50, possibly 100 around. I don't even think it's good.

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I think they made 100 of them and I think the original

remark was a joke :yes:

Don't think it's good, ehh :yes: Then you're soooo wrong :D:yes:

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Anybody name some quality Soul records from New Orleans, or labels / artists associated with the city.

Here are 3 tracks from my collection to kick it off....

Willie Tee...First taste of hurt....Gatur

Charles Brimmer......The feeling in my heart...Broadmoor

Philharmonics....I Need, I need, your love ....Soulin'

John May

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Maurice Williams Being Without You

Ray Algere In My Corner

Willie Tee Please Dont Go

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I've got one, so it can't be that rare. I bet there's over 50, possibly 100 around. I don't even think it's good.

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Yeah like Christian said just a little joke :yes: , i'm just annoyed that he has the original on Ram :yes: , think it is a great tune though.

Brett

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