Greg Belson hosts this monthly excursion into rare soul, raw funk and added excited insanity from the 1960-70′s. All the tunes are are from 45 RPM discs elite for your listening pleasure. This month he’s coupled by particular visitant electric switch Jay Strongman.
Artist | Track/Song language unit | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments Jus' Us - meet us together - Annthonette Records La Fez - No matter - MJW William Ferguson - negro golden - AMG Sky's The bound - Don't be afaid - J.
JAMES LYNN MARSH : Sir Shambling’s Deep Soul Heaven
Allas singer william james Lynn reginald marsh is bad fit glorious to the R & B dancers as there are two or three tracks that obviously go down cured on that “scene”. And because much all his 45s are rare, incomprehensible and in condition prices of them are very postgraduate and as a phenomenon his ok song performances look to have been entirely overlooked. ating Marsh’s releases isn’t so easy but I suspect that his introductory one is the promise 45 which in truth is scarce.