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  1. Difficult to go against Curtis & the Impressions but this is a lovely version of a great song. The harmonies and arrangement are just magical.
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  2. One of the most under rated of Soulmen. William barely made a bad record, stretching from the 60's to the 2000's. The guy has been a class act for decades. Here's one from the 80's.
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  3. Immaculate as always. Marvin Junior was one of the great voices of Soul music.
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  4. Definite feeling of anticlimax with LoD finale. I thought the series lost its way once Ted was suspected of being H. That just wasn't on, though the silly old sod didn't exactly help himself. For an experienced, high ranking officer he managed to put himself into an awful lot of incriminating situations. Still, it sets up series 6.
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  5. OK this is 21st century soul with the awful synthesizer and drum machine but dammit the song is infectious, that hook just wont let go and the vocals from Avery Sunshine are top notch.
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  6. Top singer. Should have enjoyed far more success than he did. This isn't typical of his output but the combination of Lou and the Muscle Shoals musicians sounded so good to me.
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  7. What a track..... Outstanding job by Johnny Bristol and the guys are in great voice.
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  8. Martin Freeman knows his Soul music. He did a terrific show on R2 years ago when he played some tip top stuff.
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  9. Great group, featuring a brilliant lead singer, who really deserved far more success than they achieved. One of so many high class gems they recorded.
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  10. Line of duty is darn good. Really well put together, well scripted and very well acted. Sure, there are some stretches in plot but that is to be expected. I thought the first episode of the new series was terrific.
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  11. Stevie's albums from Where I'm coming from to Songs in the key of life are arguably the most original, innovative, influential, memorable, wide ranging and brilliant recordings that were released in the last half century by a single artist. They are that good.
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  12. Still sounds sublime to me. The arrangement, the playing, background vocals and the superb lead by Darrell. Our music doesnt get much better than this.
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  13. They put out loads of good stuff. This is a nice one. Always liked Leslie Wilson's voice.
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  14. Not a Soul record but for sheer jaw dropping nonsense you can't beat T Rex's Rip Off. The lyrics throughout are brilliantly awful. Here's a flavour - In the moonlightFighting with the nightIt's a rip-offKissing all the slainI'm bleeding in the rainSuch a rip-offRocking in the nudeI'm feeling such a dudeIt's a rip-offDancing in the darkWith the tramps in the ParkIt's a rip-offSuch a rip-off
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  15. Little Milton never made a bad record. All his Checker, Stax and Malaco recordings are just terrific. Bit of an unsung hero to my mind. Very underrated singer and musician.
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