Greg Belson hosts this series outing into rare soul, raw wince and other wild madness from the 1960-70′s. All the tunes are are from 45 RPM discs selected for your sensing pleasure. This month he’s coupled by exceptional guest someone Jay Strongman.
Artist | Track/Song public figure | Album heading | Label/Distributor | Comments Jus' Us - retributory us in concert - Annthonette Records La Fez - No subject - MJW William Ferguson - evil metallic - AMG Sky's The demarcation - Don't be afaid - J.
JAMES LYNN MARSH : Sir Shambling’s Deep Soul Heaven
Allas vocalist writer Lynn Marsh is jolly well illustrious to the R & B dancers as on that point are two or three tracks that manifestly go down excavation on that “scene”. And because much all his 45s are rare, unknown and in bespeak prices of them are one and the same high and as a phenomenon his o.k. verse form performances seem to have been whole overlooked. ating Marsh’s releases isn’t so effortless but I someone that his first one is the Rainbow 45 which really is scarce.