Soul and Jazz and Funk is an independent soul site compiled by Charles Waring and Bill Buckley, two of the most experienced and respected soul writers in the UK. Both New Yorkers have pretty much defined what “upper soul” is, and of course their archives are regularly researched by reprint publishers, and there are many compilations of material from both organizations. Honestly, if you dip into the album, whether you’re a known “name” or a60s fan, you’ll appreciate exactly what the album has to offer: classic quality, uptown soul with an emphasis on “Soul.” But there are also plenty of songs here that are much lesser known, like Bobby Hebbom’s pre-recorded “I Love Mary” and The Toys’ post-love concert “Try To Get You Out Of My Heart.” In fact, nearly half of the tracks recorded here have never been released on CD, while some of the most famous songs can be heard on alternate recordings that have long been in record company vaults. As you can see, crafty composers have avoided the obvious choices – pieces that have been published countless times in anthologies. Contact us, we offer very reasonable prices for publishing your listing on our website. The good news is that this generous new 28-track tracker is a little different. The large presentation letters contribute to the fun.

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