Instrumentals Soul-Style Vol. 3 – 1965-1966 2CD

Instrumentals Soul-Style Vol. 3 – 1965-1966 2CD

£10.00

 Disc 1  Disc 2
Joe S. Maxey Right On! Monk Higgins Ain’t That Hateful
Clarence Gatemouth Brown Summertime The Soul Runners Grits ‘n’ Corn Bread
Beverly Pitts Just Some Soul Righteous Brothers Band Green Onions
Perry & The Harmonics James Goes To Soulville Kase Trio Shug
Hank Marr Marr’s Groove Mark III Trio ‎Blues For Elmer
Lorenzo Holden The Wig The Pop-Ups Lurking
The Limas Big Limas World Famous Upsetters Cabbage Greens
Oliver Sain Jerk Loose Little Sonny The Mix Up
Johnny Hammond Smith The Golden Thrush Watts 103rd Street Charley
Junior Parker These Kind Of Blues (Pt. 2) Hank Marr White House Party
Boss Sounds In The Midnight Hour The Triumphs Turn Out The Light
Mark III Trio Good Grease Jamo Thomas Jamo’s Soul
Dino & The Dell-Tones Slapstick James Rivers Tighten Up
Bash Brannigan Hunky Funky Four Gents Soul Sister
The Blendells Get Your Baby The Premiers Get Your Baby
The Corky Wilkie Band Something Swinging The Registers No Deposit No Return
Leon & The Burners Whiplash Tom Douglas Haulin’
Chuck Rowan Jerk Walk Merle Saunders Soul Roach
Booker T & The MG’s Bootleg/Green Onions Medley The Buena Vistas Hot Shot
Merle Saunders How’s That Rudy Robinson The Mustang
The Nu-Trons Beat George Semper ‎Collard Greens
The Dukeys Sho-Nuf M.F. The Four Steps Same Old Beat
Gaynel Hodge Follow the Fox Ramsey Lewis Trio Hang On, Sloopy
E Rodney Jones R&B Time (Pt. 2) John Adams I Will Love You
Johnny Talbot Never Make Your Baby Cry Ric-Tic House Band Agent Double-O-Soul
Dave Bartholomew Wishbone Charlie Earland Yes-Suh!
Leon & The Burners Crack Up Leon Haywood Soul On
The Wild Child Down In The Chile World Famous Upsetters KP
Sammie John Boss Bag Gentleman June Gardner Last Night
Harold Battiste Jr How We Do It In New Orleans Eddie Bishop Call Me
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Description

Funk was the name of the game in ’66 with a noticeably slower tempo than in the year before. Some of these tracks were made as dance records, others as records for DJs to talk over between hits, and others still were B-side fillers where the band just jammed on. These are great grooves put down by top-flight musicians. Grab that tin of talcum powder and step on out!

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