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The Arock * Serock * Sylvia Soul Story Continued (2016)

Категория: Музыка  30 июня 2020 от kingdevil, прочтено (9)
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The Arock * Serock * Sylvia Soul Story Continued (2016)


Artist: Various Artist
Title: The Arock * Serock * Sylvia Soul Story Continued
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Ace Records
Genre: Soul, R&B
Quality: flac lossless
Total Time: 00:58:47
Total Size: 193 mb

Tracklist
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01. Love Is Such a Good Thing - The Corvairs
02. Get In My Arms Little Girlie - Sterling Magee
03. Take My Hand - Gene Burks
04. When the Going Gets Rough - Tutti Hill
05. I Can't Stay Away - Joan Moody
06. I'm Leavin' (For Parts Unknown) - Gary & Gary
07. I Really Love You - The Diplomats
08. I Keep Comin' Back for More - Garrett Saunders
09. I Don't Care - Freddie Solomon
10. Chained Am I - Ansler Montell
11. Hey Officer - Vivian Collins
12. This Is My Prayer - Theola Kilgore
13. Nobody But Me - Sinner Strong
14. It Ain't No Big Thing - Van McCoy
15. You Were All I Needed - The D.C. Playboys
16. Music To My Ears - Joan Moody
17. I Wanna Come In - Billy Washington
18. Something Else - Chet "Poison" Ivey and His Fabulous Avengers
19. Nothing in the World - Marie Knight with Junior Lewis
20. Easier Said Than Done - Garrett Saunders
21. It Won't Work Out - Junior Lewis
22. Where You Are - Junior Lewis
23. Did You Hear - Don Covay
24. Kindness, Love and Understanding - Eddie King
25. Another Sleepless Night - The Larks
In the mid-'60s, veteran saxophonist Al Sears ran the Arock and Sylvia labels, which put out a couple dozen or so obscure New York soul records. Typically, Kent manages to make a CD out of its catalog, the 28 tracks split about half between 1962-1966 singles and previously unissued sides. In fact, much of the unreleased material was sung by unidentified demo singers, and although Kent has identified a few of these with confidence, three cuts are for the time being ascribed to "unknown." Often this kind of thing is something that only die-hard genre specialists can hear in one sitting, but though it'll be those collectors that comprise this disc's listenership, it's better than the average such archival anthology. You have to stare long and hard at the track listing for any of these names to ring bells, though some might recognize two of the "demo singers," Marie Knight (who did the original of "Come Tomorrow," covered by Manfred Mann for a British Invasion hit) and Sam Hawkins (who had a 1965 Top Ten R&B hit with "Hold on Baby"). Sterling Magee, represented by pretty straight soul tunes, might be better known to latter-day listeners as half of the blues duo Satan & Adam, who had some indie success in the 1990s. The name of Van McCoy pops up too, as the singer and songwriter of "Too Much," a 1964 single credited to the DC Playboys. Still, despite the relative anonymity of the other contributors, there's some good period pop-soul here, sometimes with a gospel feel. The Corvairs sound halfway between the Drifters and Gene Pitney on "A Victim of Her Charms"; Tutti Hill sounds a lot like Mary Wells on the original version of "He's a Lover," which Wells herself covered in 1965; two of Joan Moody's tracks are pretty accurate Supremes imitations; Gene Burks sounds like an early Stax artist on "Can't Stand Your Fooling Around"; and Garrett Saunders' "A Day or Two" is an upfront imitation and rewrite of Chuck Jackson's "Any Day Now," if an enjoyable one. The numerous demos are as a whole considerably inferior to the singles in both production and the quality of the songs, but it's interesting to hear a sparse piano-voice-dominated demo of Knight's "Come Tomorrow," though the single from which Manfred Mann learned the song isn't here, as it came out on a different label. The Larks, who do the 1964 single "For the Love of Money" here, by the way, are a different Larks than the group who did the hit "Cool Jerk," though "For the Love of Money" isn't a bad tune all the same.
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