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  1. VARIOUS ARTISTS - A CELLARFUL OF MOTOWN VOL 5 Caroline International What is it now? 10 years since volume 4? Well think it's fair to say that 'overdue' and 'long awaited' are deserved descriptions with this release, #5 in the series. Seeing that this double cd is already close to featuring in Amazons top 50 cd best sellers chart (currently #59) then it is living up to the blurb. No mp3s or streaming release seen yet or indeed audio previews, some of the tracks have been made available before both digitally and on other releases, an informative look at this release, listing s
  2. News/Article/Feature Highlight: A Cellarful Of Motown Volume 5 - CD set Out Now. Details on this recent double cd release... View full article
  3. Out on Monday! Kents latest includes the much awaited Luther Ingram - Baby Dont you weep track! That floor filling track seeing the light of day for the first time is enough for a news item by itself, when you add that its rubbing shoulders with a large handfull of quality tracks as it breaks through the doors then it does look like this release from kent is one that goes straight on the must buy list. info from Ace Records tip top site The third of Kent’s ventures into the world of R&B dance music goes one step further into the world of musical categories by including tracks su
  4. New Breed R&B - Saturday Night Special - Kent Records CDKEND 492 New Breed R&B Saturday Night Special is the latest addition to Kents ongoing New breed R&B series. Billed as featuring 'more great New Breed R&B dance exclusives' this release certainly looks and sounds like a worthy addition. Release Notes Preview 'New Breed is back with a historical bang. The opening track and title inspiration is Aaron Collins & the Teen Queens’ ‘Every Saturday Night’. Its R&B pedigree is inestimable; Collins was a member of Los Angeles vocal group the Flairs/Flare
  5. News/Article/Feature Highlight: New Breed R&B Saturday Night Special is the latest addition to Kents ongoing New breed R&B series. Billed as featuring 'more great New Breed R&B dance exclusives' this release certainly looks and sounds like a worthy addition, listen & read... View full article
  6. Soul On The Real Side #11 New album out from Outta Sight/Real Side Records Details of a just released compilation album in Outta Sights Real Side records Soul On The Real Side series. Number 11 and here's the blurb and the previews... Real Side Records Presents Soul On The Real Side #11 OSCD061 £12.99 The architects of soul are back with a stunning new 20-track collection for 2020. Once again we uncover the building blocks of modern soul with a playlist of classics and rarities, and, incredibly, yet again, over a third are NEW-TO-CD! Simone Hutsch supplies our
  7. News/Article/Feature Highlight: New album out from Outta Sight/Real Side Records Details of a just released compilation, here's the blurb and the previews View full article
  8. Hayley Records - The Best of Hayley CD by Eddie Hubbard Hayley records is an independent record label from the Midlands UK , specialising in unearthing unreleased and rare 60’s, 70’s and 80’s Soul recordings , especially from Detroit . After over a decade of releasing quality CD compilations and limited edition ‘ 45’s they finally present “ The best of Hayley “ which contains 16 mouthwatering tracks plus one “ hidden “ bonus track !! The first two tracks are covers of old classics ,“ Show and tell “ [ the old Al Wilson side ] is given a more uptempo treatment , performed by Deep Soul
  9. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Details of a recent album release from Kent Records that since it's July release has been picking up great reviews... View full article
  10. Ready Or Not - Thom Bell's Philly Soul Arrangements & Productions 1965-1978 CDTOP 488 A recent album release from Kent Records that since it's July release has been picking up great reviews. Release notes Along with Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, Thom Bell was one of the three people responsible for The Sound Of Philadelphia, a lush, orchestrated take on soul music that dominated the charts in the early to mid-70s. Using the most unusual instrumentation – harpsichords, French horns, sitars – Bell’s arrangements built the careers of the Delfonics and the Stylistics, and reinvent
  11. After having listened to this series that many times I thought i'd have a go at ranking them from 1-100. This is obviously just my favourites and not any attempt at an objective ranking or anything. Subject to change with time too, of course. Top 10 Jean Stanback - I Still Love You Timmy Willis - Easy As Saying 1-2-3 Barbara & The Browns - I Don't Want To Have To Wait Eddie Holman - Im Not Gonna Give Up The Knight Brothers - Tried So Hard To Please Her Dori Grayson - Try Love Eddie & Ernie - Hiding In The Shadows Zerben R.Hicks & Dynamic
  12. News/Article/Feature Highlight: After having listened to this series that many times I thought i'd have a go at ranking them from 1-100. T View full article
  13. DORÉ: L.A. SOUL SIDES Lewis Joseph Bedinsky, better known to Soul Music lovers as Lew or Lou Bedell, and his cousin Herb Newman set up Era Records in the mid 50’s along with backing from Max Newman. In 1958, to increase airplay on radio a second label was added and it was named Doré. Despite the closeness of Bedell and Newman they did have differences musically and these differences eventually led to an amicable split approximately a year after the formation of Doré with Newman retaining Era and Bedell Doré. Up to 1964 the label mainly recruited and recorded white acts, there we
  14. Jack Ashford Just Productions - CDKEND 447 Personally I hate recycling! paper in this bin, garden waste in that bin etc etc ......but back in Detroit in the late sixties Jack Ashford was the top man when it came to the recycling of band tracks, many rescued from the recently defunct Pied Piper production set up. Backing tracks previously used for the likes of the Hesitations, September Jones & the incredibly talented Lorraine Chandler were sweetened, remixed & furnished with fresh lyrics before being shopped to the many Detroit independent labels such as Sepia, Premium Stuff
  15. Various Artists - Harmony Of The Soul Vocal Groups 1962-1977 – CDKEND 409 This is the fourth instalment of Kent’s “In Perfect Harmony” Series, which concentrates on the sweeter side of group soul spanning the length and breadth of America, highlighting lesser known artists as well as including higher profile acts like; The Pretenders, Brothers Of Soul, Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces and The Mad Lads. The CD contains 24 tracks of which, nine are previously unreleased (including two demo’s from the Stax vaults) and one which first saw the light of day on the Golden State Soul CD (CDKEND
  16. Kent Harris, well known to those who collect Rare Soul records because of his wife Ty Karim and his record label Romark. But there is more to the man than many will probably realise and this CD gives us an insight into just what an influence he was on the Los Angeles R&B music scene. A must have purchase for lovers of R&B. As Boogaloo & His Gallant Crew, Kent Harris cut the original version of Bo Diddley's `Cops and Robbers' and shot to prominence when it was proved that his version of `Shoppin' For Clothes' was the original one, purloined by Leiber and Stoller for th
  17. The Complete Fame Singles. Vol 1 - 1964-1967 Three words synonymous with Southern Soul are Muscle Shoals and Fame. Florence Alabama Music Enterprises or simply FAME to all its fans, was founded by Rick Hall, Billy Sherrill and Tom Stafford in Florence, Alabama before moving to where it still stands in the small backwater town of Muscle Shoals when Hall split from the others. It went on to record many hits by many R&B, Rock and Pop superstars for many labels as well as it’s own. For the last few years Ace/Kent Records have been delving deep into the archives of FAME to bring some
  18. One In A Million: The Songs Of Sam Dees - Various Artists (Songwriter Series) CDKEND 411 Meet Samuel L Dees — A Song-writing Phenomenon As Tony Rounce clearly states in his opening gambit to the liner notes of the Kent offering: The Songs Of Sam Dees, “Few songwriters command the level of respect amongst soul fans that Sam Dees does. No single compilation could cover the whole career of a writer whose song list is a big as Sam’s”. As is usual with the Kent releases, you’d be hard pushed to find a better selection of Sam’s song-writing ability that highlights the selected time frame that
  19. News/Article/Feature Highlight: A popular spin for the best part of a decade or so on the Rare Soul Scene, it now sees a release via Soul junction. View full article
  20. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Just released and just Soul Source reviewed by John Reed- Kents latest Album - Harmony Of The Soul Vocal Groups View full article
  21. News/Article/Feature Highlight: Dave Moore steers his ears at Soul Junctions latest Cd Release .. View full article
  22. The Chairmen of The Board (Featuring Ken Knox) have a new CD and download release on MoPhilly Records. 2018 will also see the group back in the Uk for several dates around the country. Confirmed so far... April 19th Under The Bridge London / UK April 20th Hamptons Sports and Lesuire Chelmsford / UK April 21st 1865 Southampton / UK April 26th Gorilla
  23. I was never a Mod. Ok, I had the sta-prest trousers and the Ben Sherman shirts, listened to some of the music, but would never have classed myself as a Mod. This was rural south-west Scotland we are talking about, not one of the major cities where you could find numerous clubs playing the music you enjoyed. However, visiting bands at the local Town Hall were generally from the north-west of England, so there was more often than not an r&b, Stax/Atlantic and of course Motown influence in the music that they played. This is where I got hooked.But no, I was never a Mod. The music, howeve
  24. A record that has seen plenty of turntable action over the last decade or so, initially by the like of Paul Sadot, Jordi Ripolles and Alan Kitchener if memory serves me correctly, more recently by Mick H. All have helped turn this obscure Atlanta release into a very popular spin and demand for it has risen. That demand can be satisfied with the forthcoming release via Soul Junction. For those that like their soul a little more sedate, flip it over for the excellent Gotta Find A New Love. Randolph Scott can be found on social media sites and is "overwhelmed" with the release of this 45. Gre
  25. CD REVIEW – Dave Hamilton's Detroit Soul Volume 2 KENT The CD opens with “Party Time” by Chico & Buddy (of the Tokays but performing here as a duo). Even though this dates from 1970, it has the throwback sound of a mid 60's Sam & Dave call & response track. Fast and quite funky, the strong vocals really make this cut. A track that could successfully grace the decks at any late night soul party. The CD features quite a few numbers from Dave Hamilton himself and most are mainly instrumental dominated cuts that showcase Dave's guitar work. “When I Say Groove” and “Crackli


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