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-Alice Clark "Same" (Mainstream) nm/vg++ £85 "Don't you care" and "Never did I stop loving you" amongst others. Always in demand and no wonder when it's one of the best albums in it's style.

-Brenda And The Tabulations "Dry Your Eyes" (Dionn) vg++/vg++ £30 Very good soul album and not easy to find with "Hey Boy" and more. Nice condition close to NM.

-Tommy Butler "Same" (Zardaeo) Sealed £30 "It's a Love In, Baby" superb 70s male crossover tune which you should not miss out on. Obscure album on tiny label. Not easy to find.

-Royal Flush "Hot Spot" (GEC) vg++(close to nm)/nm £45 rare boogie.

-Brockingtons "Same" (Today) nm/nm £40 nice version of "I Got to Know". Scarce album.

-Shuggie Otis "Information Inspiration" (Epic) vg++/vg+ £25 "Information Inspiration", "Island Letter". Classic album.

-Minnie Riperton "Come To My Garden" (GRT) nm/vg++ £32 "Les Fleur". Rare 1st pressing with gatefold.

-Cloud One "Funky Disco Tracks of Cloud One" (Queen Constance) nm/nm £60 Rare disco album produced by Patrick Adams with that twisted sound. Nice artwork.

-Anna King "Back to Soul" (Smash) vg++/nm £70 vinyl Appears unplayed but has just a few sleeve marks. One label has "Cook" written.

-Voices of East Harlem "Can You Feel It" (Just Sunshine) nm/nm £30 "Can you feel it" "March across the land" etc. Lovely album produced by Leroy Hutson.

-Leroy Hutson "Hutson" (Curtom) nm/nm £40 "Lucky Fellow", "All Because of You" and more. Great album.

-Maxine Brown "Out of Sight" (Epic) nm/vg++ £60 "Plum Outa Sight", "Just Give Me One Good Reason", "Seems You've Forsaken My Love" superb 60's album arranged and produced by Mike Terry.

-Al Johnson "Peaceful" (Marina) nm/vg++ £30 Great modern soul with the original version of "I've Got My Second Wind" plus more fine 70's tracks.

-Mitty Collier "I Am Love" (Now Sound) nm/vg++(autographed at backcover) £50 very rare modern soul/gospel.

-California Executive "Dancing and Romancing" (Parliament) nm/nm £30 rare modern soul with good tunes as "I Can't Forget You" and "The Same For Me".

-Edna Wright "Oops Here I Go Again" (Rca) vg++/vg++ £40 Rare Greg Perry produced LP. Great two-stepper in the titletrack and there's a good version of Greg Perry's "Come On Down".

-Madeline Bell "This Is One Girl" (Pye) nm/vg+ (two stickers at frontcover) £18 "That's What Friends Are For" superb Brazilian influenced soul track which has been reissued by Jazzman.

-Faith Pillow "Same" (Uncle Tunes) nm/vg+ £30 "Shady Lady" Rare, obscure soul/folk.

-Soul Generation "Beyond Body and Soul" (Ebony Sounds) nm/vg+ £30 rare 70s soul album with plenty of good tracks.

-Father's Children "Same" (Mercury) vg++/vg+ £45 rare LP produced by Wayne Henderson. Includes "Hollywood Dreaming" and "You Get It".

-Beverly & Duane "Same" (Ariola) vg+/vg++ £35 great modern soul album all the way through. A personal favourite of mine.

-Barbara Mason "If You Knew Him Like I Do" (National General) vg++/vg++ £30 "Your Old Flame", "(There's) Always Something There To Remind Me" etc. Rare and excellent album from this great female soul singer.

-The Artistic Sounds "Message to a Nation" (Savoy) nm/vg+ £25 Very nice and rare soul/gospel album.

-The Ebonys "Same" (Philadelphia Int.) vg++/vg+ £20 rarest lp at this label. Nice sweet soul with plenty of nice tunes.

-Jesse James "Same" (20th Century Fox) vg++/vg++ £32 "Facts of Life '68" great 60's soul album.

-Silk "Smooth As Silk" (Prelude) vg++/vg++ £30 very nice soul album on this famous disco label.

-Faze-O "Riding High" (She) nm/vg++ £20 "Riding High" soul/rare groove track sampled in hip hop.

-Eddie Kendricks "People... Hold On" (Tamla) vg+/nm £25 "Date With the Rain", "If You Let Me" etc. his best and rarest album.

-Leroy Hutson "II" (Curtom) vg++/vg++ £22 Classic album with "Don't It Make You Feel Good", "I Think I'm Falling In Love", "Love To Hold You Close". Nice condition close to NM.

-The Swiss Movement "It's Time For" (RCA) nm/vg++ £25 Brilliant male group with highlights in "Take Me back Again", "The Grass Is Greener" and "Take Some Time"

-The Winstons "Color Him Father" (Metronome) nm/vg+ £25 "Amen, Brother" classic breakbeat and the titletrack is a lovely crossover soul tune.

-The Skyliners "Same" (Tortoise) nm/nm £15 "The Love Bug" modern soul.

-Joe Bourne "It Must Be Love" (K-Tel) nm/vg++ £22 "You Are Magnificent" sublime modern soul track from this Euro only released LP.

-Marvin Gaye "What Going On" (Tamla) vg++/vg+ £15 classic soul album. Good all the way through. 1st pressing.

-West Wing "Same" (20th Century) nm/vg+ £25 "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More" rare Barry White produced soul album.

-Curtis Mayfield "Curtis" (Curtom) vg++/nm £25 Great classic album. Includes "Move On Up".

-Barbara Acklin "Love Makes a Woman" (Brunswick) vg++/nm £15 Good late 60's soul album.

-Leon Ware "Rockin' You Eternally" (Elektra) vg++/vg++ £20 Includes the great titletrack plus more. Highly recommended soul album. Condition is close to nm.

-The Voices of East Harlem "Same" (Just Sunshine) vg+(looks nm but sounds vg+)/vg++(just a lightly bumped corner otherwise really nice cover) £30 Includes "Cashing In" but the album is packed with great tracks and is produced by Leroy Hutson.

-Logg "Same" (Rams Horn) vg++/vg++ £15 Euro press of classic Salsoul title produced by Greg Carmichael and Leroy Burgess. "I Know You Will" very nice boogie LP.

-Dennis Edwards "Coolin' Out" (Gordy) nm/vg++ £6 Nice mellow soul album from '85. "Coolin' Out" is lovely.

-Isley Brothers "Winner takes all" (Tneck) 2LP nm/nm £8 "You're Besides Me" nice soul tune.

-David Ruffin "Everything's Coming Up Love" (Motown) vg+/vg++ £5 "Discover Me", "Everything's Coming Up Love" etc. Nice 70s album produced by Van McCoy.

-Terry Huff "and The Special Delivery "The Lonely One" (Mainstream) sealed £10 nice soul album arranged by Al Johnson especially "Just Not Enough" is great.

-Ace Spectrum "Low Rent Rendezvous" (Atlantic) vg++/nm £8 Good 70s soul album arranged Patrick Adams. "Keep Holding On" is great but there's more nice tunes.

-Mirage "Princes of Love" (Rca) nm/nm £12 70s soul in a sweet style with nice tunes like "There's a Love For Everyone".

-Lifestyle "Same" (Mca) nm/vg++ £6 "Katrina" and more nice 70s soul tunes.

-Eugene Record "Same" (Warner Bros) vg++/vg++ £8 "Overdose of Joy" 70s dancer.

-Hal Frazier "Same" (VMC) nm/nm £8 "Day Break", "Walk On By"

-Facts Of Life "Sometimes" (Kayvette) vg++/vg++ (slight warp/doesn't affect play/hence price) £4 "Uphill Place of Mind" nice soul tune.

-L.T.D. "Devotion" (A&M) vg++/vg++ £5 soul/boogie.

-Candi Staton "Stand By Your Man" (Fame) vg+/vg+ £22 "Too Hurt to Cry" stunning track. Great 60's soul.

-Ben E. King "Supernatural" (Atlantic) nm/vg++ £5 "Supernatural" nice soul/rare groove track.

-Roberta Flack "Killing Me Softly" (Atlantic) vg++/vg++ £4 titletrack sampled/covered by Fugees.

-The Trammps "Slipping Out" (Atlantic) vg++/vg++ £3 slight warp which doesn't affect play.

-Leon Huff "Here To Create Music" (Philadelphia Int.) nm/nm £8 Soul album from 1980.

-Hodges, James & Smith "What Have You Done For Love?" (London) vg++/vg++ £6 Good disco in the titletrack and there's a nice version of "You Can't Hide Love".

-Cado Belle "Same" (Anchor) vg++/vg++ £8 "Got To Love" but there's more good tunes. Great 70s blue-eyed soul.

-Friends of Distinction "Whatever" (Rca) vg++/nm £5

-Joe Tex "From The Roots Came The Rapper" (Atlantic) nm/vg++ £5

-Spargo "Good Time Spirit" (Sonet) vg++/vg++ £8 excellent Dutch boogie. "Head Up to the Sky" and more.

-The Blossoms "Shockwave" (Lion) vg++/vg++ £8 "Grandma's Hands"

-Delegation "Deuces High" (Ariola) vg++/vg++ £10 "What Took You So Long" + "Gonna Bring the House Down". Indemand Boogie album only released in Europe.

-Stephanie Mills "Movin' in the Right Direction" (abc) vg++/vg++ £12 great title track. One of her hardest to find LPs.

-J.O.B. Orchestra "Open the Doors of Your Heart" (Govinda) vg++/vg++ £6 uk press. "Don't Want That Illusion" money-saver as the 7" is expensive. And there's more nice modern soul tunes.

-Sylvia "Same" (Vibration) vg++/vg+ £5 "Sweet Stuff"

-Chaka Khan: "Chaka" (WB) nm/vg++ £4 "Sleep on it" and the hit "I'm every woman" are both good.

-Leon Ware "Inside Is Love" (Fabulous) nm/vg+ £5 "Small Cafe", "Club Sashay" etc. Quality soul album for a cheap price.

-Anita Baker "The Songstress" (Beverly Glenn) nm/nm(small sticker at upper right corner) £6 Great classic 80's soul album. "Angel"

-Zulema "Same" (rca) nm/vg+ £5 "Wanna Be Where You Are" nice soul tune and good funky soul in "Its alright with me".

-Eddie Kendricks "Same" (Tamla) nm/vg++ £5 "Keep On Truckin"

-The Originals "def-i-ni-tions" (Soul) nm/nm £8 "I'm someone who cares", "Lie no. 2", "Come rain or shine" & "Make it with you" all good early 70's soultunes.

-Pratt & Mcclain "Featuring Happy Days" (Reprise) nm/vg++ £6 "Whachersign" blue eyed/modern soul that was comped on Soul Togetherness.

-Gypsy Lane "Predictions" (Drive) vg++(edge warp which it manages to play through without jumps or skips) /vg++ £4 "I Could Use Some Loving" is a nice stepper.

-Keni Burke: "Same" (Dark Horse) nm/vg++ £10 "Keep on Singing" wonderful soul track.

-Brighter Side of Darkness "Love Jones" (20th Century) vg++/nm £12 nice sweet soul album from '73.

-The Originals "California Sunset" (Motown) sealed. £12 great crossover tunes produced by Lamont Dozier like "Don't Turn the Lights Off", "Good Lovin Is Just A Dime Away" and the title track. Solid album.

-Lamont Dozier "Out Here On My Own" (Abc) vg++/vg+ £5 "Breaking Out All Over" wonderful 70's soul bomb.

-The Tymes "Turning Point" (Rca) sealed £6 "All You Ever Wanted to Know About Love" and "Love's Illusion" good 70's soul.

-The Brothers "Don't Stop Now" (Rca) vg++/vg+ £8 "Under the Skin" monster disco tune.

-Flair "Stop, Look & Listen" (Metronome) vg++/vg+ £12 "If You Really Love Me" good cover of Stevie Wonder tune with female vocals. Danish title recorded in the UK with Alan Hawkshaw and Brian Bennett etc.

-One Way "Shine On Me" (Mca) nm/vg++ £6 "Didn't You Know It" fine 80's soul track.

-L.J. Reynolds "Same" (Capitol) vg+/vg++ £15 "Key to the worlds", "I love doing what makes you happy" and "Tell me" great soul tunes.

-Smoke Sugar "Same" (20th Century) nm/vg++ £8 "I'm a Winner" the egde of the vinyl is pressed thinner on one half. Just a blemish with no affect on play or sound.

-The Dramatics "10½" (Mca) nm/nm £4 soul album produced by Don Davis and R.J. Reynolds."Running From My Love".

-Impact "Same" (Atco) nm/vg+ £6 "Happy Man" 70s dancer. Other interesting tunes as well.

-Ruby Winters "I Will" (Polydor) nm/vg++ £4 "Come to Me" nice stepper. German press.

-First Choice "So Let Us Entertain You" (Warner Bros) nm/nm £5 "I'll stay right here" and "Are you ready for me" nice soulful disco.

-Denise La Salle "Here I Am Again" (Westbound) nm/vg+ £8 nice 70's soul in the titletrack and there's more good tracks.

-Goody Goody "Same" (Atlantic) vg++/vg++ £8 "It Looks Like Love" good disco produced by Vicent Montana.

-One Way Featuring Al Hudson "Same" (Mca) vg++/vg+ £6 "You Can Do It"

-Brother to Brother: "Shades in Creation" (Turbo) sealed. £6 Nice soul/disco album.

-Isaac Hayes "Groove-A-Thon" (abc) sealed. £4

-Gladys Knight & The Pips "Claudine" (Buddah) vg++/vg++ £6 OST produced by Curtis Mayfield. "The Makings of You" "Make Your's a Happy Home". Nice album.

-K.C. & The Sunshine Band "Same" (T.K.) nm/nm £5 "I Get Lifted"

-Patti Labelle "Same" (Epic) vg++/nm £5 "Joy To Have You Love" soulful disco.

-Street Corner Symphony "Little Funk Machine" (abc) nm/nm £5

-Joe Simon "Today" (Spring) vg++/vg++ £4

-Goodie "I Wanna Be Your man" (Total Expirience) vg++/vg++ £4

-The Soul Train Gang "Same" (Rca) nm/vg+ (stickers on cover) £5 "Ooh Cha", "Country Girl" nice 70's dancers.

-Love Unlimited Orchestra "In Heat" (20th Century) vg++/vg+ £5 "Move Me No Mountain".

-Marcus Miller "Suddenly" (WB) nm/nm £6 modern soul.

-Betty Wright "Traveling In the Circle" (Alston) nm/nm £5

-Mel and Tim "Starting All Over again" (Stax) vg+/vg++ £5 "I'm Your Puppet" is nice.

-The 21th Century "Ahead of Out Time" (Rca) vg++/vg+ £4 nice 70's soul.

-Richard Dimples Fields "Dimples" (Boardwalk) vg++/vg++ £4 "Let Me Take You In My Arms Tonight" is nice.

-Rose Banks "Rose" (Motown) nm/vg+ £5

-Norman Connors "Romantic Journey" (Buddah) nm/vg++ £6 "Once I've Been There" good jazzy soul.

-Instant Funk "Looks So Fine" (Salsoul) sealed. £8 "Give It to You Baby"

-Walter Jackson "Feeling Good" (UA) nm/nm £5 produced by Carl Davis.

-Eddie Kendricks "Vintage 78" (Tamla) nm/vg++ £6 "How's Your Love Life Baby"

-Bobby Nunn "Second to Nunn" (Motown) vg++/vg++ £6 "She's Just a Groupie" nice synth boogie. "Get it While Yoy Can" is nice too.

-The Isley Brothers "Harvest For the World" (T-Neck) vg++/vg+ £6 Nice titletrack.

-The Isley Brothers "Go All The Way" (T-Neck) nm/vg++ £5

-Finished Touch "Need to Know You Better" (Motown) vg++/vg++ £4

-Tyrone Davis "Without You In My Life" (Dakar) nm/vg++ £5

-William DeVaughn "Be Thankful For What You Got" (Roxbury) nm/vg++ £10 Classic titletrack.

-Smoke "Same" (Chocolate City) sealed £6 nice blend of 70s soul and funky tracks. Includes "What Goes Around Comes Around".

-First Choice "Armed And Extremely Dangerous" (Philly Groove) nm/nm £10 "Newsy Neighbours" nice 70's soul.

-Oliver Cheatham "Saturday Night" (Mca) vg++/vg++ £10 German press. Title track & "Something About You" are nice.

-Dramatics "A Dramatic Experience" (Volt) nm/vg++ £8 "The Devil Is Dope"

-High Energy "Same" (Gordy) vg++/nm £6 "Goin Thru the Motions" modern soul.

-David Ruffin "So Soon We Change" (WB) vg++/vg++ £8 "I Get Excited".

-Kay Robinson "We Need Time" (King) nm/nm £15 pretty scarce soul/gospel produced by James Brown.

-The Friends of Distinction "Love Can Make It Easier" (Rca) vg++/vg++ £5 "Ain't No Woman" nice soul track.

-Sister Sledge "Circle of Love" (Atco) vg++/vg++ £6 "Love Don't Go Through No Changes On Me"

-Leroy Hutson "Feel The spirit" (Curtom) vg++/vg+ £6 "Lovers Holiday" "Never know what you can do" good soul as always from this legend.

-Faith Hope and Charity "Same" (Rca) nm/vg++ £5 70's soul produced by Van McCoy.

-Ron Banks And The Dramatics "The Dramatic Jackpot" (abc) sealed. £6 Small cut corner. "A Thousand Shades of Blue"

-Marilyn McCoo And Billy Davis, Jr. "I Hope We Get to Love In Time" (abc) nm/vg++ £5 nice soul tune in "You Don't Have to Be a Star"

-Brenda Russell "Same" (Horizon) vg+/vg++ £8 "In the Thick of It" good modern soul.

-Valerie Simpson "Same" (Tamla) nm/vg+ £6 "Silly Wasn't I" beautiful mellow soul track.

-The Persuaders "Same" (Atco) nm/nm £10 "Trying Girls Out" nice track which was sampled by Jay-Z. Also a nice version of "I Want to Make It With You"

-The Younghearts "Do You Have the Time" (20th Century) Sealed. £10 Great sweet soul in the title track and "Wild Fire" is a nice rare groove track.

-Margie Joseph: "Hear the Words, Feel the Feeling" (Cotillion) £5 "Prophecy" album produced by Lamont Dozier.

-Dick Smith "Initial rust" (WB) nm/nm £6

-Minnie Riperton "Adventures in Paradise" (Epic) vg++/vg++ £12 "Inside My Love", "Simple Things" etc..

-Blue Magic "Mystic Dragons" (Atco) vg++/vg+ £5 "Summer Snow" nice mellow soul.

-Tata Vega "Totally Vega" (Tamla) vg++/vg++ £4 "Mr. Troublemaker"

-New York City: "I'm Doin' Fine Now" (Chealsea) sealed. £8

O.C. Smith: "Love Is Forever" (Shady Brook) nm/vg++ £6 "Living Without Your Love" 70's tune.

-Four Tops "Cat Fish" (abc) vg++/vg+ £4 "Strung Out For Your Love"

-Blue Magic "Thirteen Blue Magic Lane" (Atco) nm/vg+ £5 "Chasing Rainbows"

-Angelo Bond "Bondage" (abc) vg++/vg+ £6 pretty good 70's soul set "I Love You For What You Are" etc.

-Starpoint "It's So Delicious" (Broadwalk) nm/nm £4 nice soul/boogie album in their usual style. "I Got the Love" is a nice stepper and there's also the good boogie tune "I'm So Crazy 'Bout You".

-Minnie Riperton "Perfect Angel" (Epic) nm/vg+(still in shrink but one corner is slightly worn) £12 "Take a Little Trip", "Lovin' You" etc. Great album.

-Larry Santos: "You Are Everything I Need" (Casablanca) vg++/vg++ £5 "Can't Get You Off My Mind" good 70s blue-eyed dancer. Also a nice mellow tune in "We Can't Hide It Anymore".

-New Birth: "Behold the Mighty Army" (Warner Bros.) nm/vg++ £4 with the indemand "Deeper"

-The Staples "Pass it On" (Warner Bros.) nm/vg++ £4 "Making Love"+"Take This Love of Mine" nice 70s soul produced by Curtis Mayfield.

-Al Wilson "I've Got A Feeling" (Playboy) sealed. £6 cut corner. "You Did It For Me", "Stay With Me" nice selection of 70's dancers.

-Street People "Same" (Vigor) nm/vg(top seam split almost all the way through) £4 "You're My Weakness Girl" and more nice 70's.

-Tavares "Sky High!" (Capitol) vg++/vg++ £4 "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel" great 70's soul tune.

-Brenda & the Tabulations "I Keep Coming Back for More" (Chocolate City) nm/vg++ £8 "Let's Go All the Way"

-Linda Lewis: "Not A Little Girl Anymore" (Arista) nm/vg+ £5 "I Do My Best To Impress"

-The Floaters "same" (abc) nm/vg+ £5 "Float On" and a nice 70s dancer in "Take One Step At a Time".

-King Floyd "Think About It" (Atco) nm/vg++ £8 funky soul album with several nice tracks."It's not what you say", "Hard to handle", "Everybody needs somebody" and "Do your feeling".

-Ojeda Penn "All Is One" (Ife) vg+/vg+ £15 "South Africa" nice boogie tune with rapping.

-Nolan "No Apologies" (Lizard) nm/vg+ £6 some nice soul7funk tunes. "Fe Fi Fo Fum"

Grades are vinyl/cover.

Please ask for pictures if you want to check the condition of the cover. Covers may have die-cuts (cut corners, saw cuts, punch holes etc) even if not stated. Please ask if you want to be sure.

NM : Vinyl is in beautiful shape and has not been played more than just a couple of times. It may have one or two very light faint marks from innersleeve.

NM : Cover is well kept and may only show a minimal sign of wear when inspected very closely.

VG++ : Vinyl has a few surface marks that can be lightly audible in parts but the overall sound picture will be excellent.

VG++ : Cover is still very nice but may have some light wear around the edges/corners or light wear at front/back cover.

VG+ : Vinyl has some light surface marks that are audible in spots but still an overall nice sound. Record will definitely be listenable; mainly with background noise in some parts only.

VG+ : Cover has some wear. May have light ringwear, split seams, or small writing but will still look nice.

VG : Vinyl has lots of surface marks which will be audible in many parts.

VG : Cover has much wear. Cover may have strong ringwear, heavy splits or large writting.

VG- : Vinyl will look bad with many marks which will be audible throughout more or less.

VG- : Cover has lots of wear and looks really bad. It will have heavy splits, large writing and much overall cover wear.

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