26 Dec 2017
Lou Rawls – Merry Christmas, Baby

Of the major R&B stars of the 1960s and ’70s, Lou Rawls was the singer who seemed most comfortable slipping into the easy groove of Las Vegas-style lounge belting, which is no insult — Rawls had both the voice and the musical instincts to sing straight-ahead soul, jazz, or...
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Holland Dozier Holland The Complete 45s Collection

24 Apr 2017
Holland Dozier Holland ‎– The Complete 45s Collection: Invictus/Hot Wax/Music Merchant 1969-1977

The legacy of Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Eddie Holland is filled with some of the most popular songs ever written:  “Stop! In the Name of Love”, “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)”, “Baby, I Need Your Loving”, “You Can’t Hurry Love”,...
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22 Mar 2016
Adam Wade – 1977 – Adam Wade

American singer, actor and drummer Adam Wade began to pursue a recording career in 1959 while working as a lab assistant with Dr. Jonas Salk on the polio research team. He scored his first major hit with “Ruby” in early 1960, with a vocal style...
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21 Oct 2015
Jeffree – 1979 – Jeffree

Smooth and sweet soul from Jeffree – an unsung 70s vocalist with a really great approach! Jeffree, aka Jeff Perry, is the brother of Greg Perry – and works in a similar style to his more famous brother – warmly grooving soul with a fluid,...
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