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Magnificent southern soul recordings for the Sound Stage 7 label, made in Nashville and Muscle Shoals, 1967-72. With five previously unissued cuts, and expertly presented by John Ridley as usual.

Magnificent southern soul recordings for the Sound Stage 7 label, made in Nashville and Muscle Shoals, 1967-72. With five previously unissued cuts, and expertly presented by John Ridley as usual.

Late 1960s southern soul, originally on Sound Stage 7.

Some totally stunning southern soul on this wide-ranging set, half of it out here for the first time.
‘Your lying tongue walks my mind…’

Classic Muscle Shoals sessions, from 1974 and 1982.

Sixties southern soul from Malaco.

Alabama sessions with producers Spooner Oldham, Quin Ivy, Sam Dees and Moses Dillard, between 1967 and 1976.

Vintage soul from Chicago’s south side, presented by Clarence Johnson, with notes by Robert Pruter.

Rare and unreleased recordings by the great Tate, including songwriting demos from the Malaco studios in Jackson, Mississippi.

From the two classy albums he cut for Juana in the early eighties, and earlier Sam Dees and Frederick Knight productions on 45.

Marvellous southern soul — the second half here was commissioned by Sussex (and includes a fine Use Me), but the label went bankrupt before release.