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VA - Step Inside My Soul: Rare 70s and Modern Soul (2014)

30-07-2014, 20:05
Music | Soul | Funk



VA - Step Inside My Soul: Rare 70s and Modern Soul (2014)


Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Step Inside My Soul: Rare 70s and Modern Soul
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Cree
Genre: Soul
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: V0 VBR
Total Time: 70:25 Min
Total Size: 123 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Mojoba – Say You Will
2. Reason Why – Step Inside My World
3. Crystal Clear – Stay With Me
4. Vaneese and Carolyn – The Goodbye Song
5. Checkmates, Ltd. – All Alone By The Telephone
6. Creative Source – Pass The Feelin’ On
7. Alvarez – Sooner Or Later
8. Peter Warner – I Just Want To Spend My Life W
9. Enchantment – Call On Me
10. Tyrone Thomas – You’re Hardly Gone
11. New World – We’re Gonna Make It
12. Moorish Vanguard – Sunshine Of Your Love
13. Sam Dees – Say Yeah
14. Ernie Shelby – Right Here Where You Left Me
15. J.J. Williams – Love Market
16. Taylor, Debbie – I’ve Learned To Do Without You
17. Johnson, Jules and The Dynamic – I Just Want To Thank You
18. Prime Cut – I’m So Glad

During the 1970s, Polydor licensed a large amount of soul and funk material. Masters, originally produced by independent record producers, or indie labels. High quality but very rare tracks, released on Polydor between 1972 and 1980. Soulful and less poppy songs, often relegated to B-sides, originally pressed in minute quantities. 1-CD Digipak (4-plated) with 32-page booklet, 18 tracks. Total playing time approx. 70 mns. Of all the major record labels like Atlantic, Epic, Capitol, and Mercury promoting African American music in the 1970s, Polydor did it differently. Polydor licensed in singles, pressing very few copies of each record - mostly as single-sided promos, to gauge demand. As a business model, it didn't work well and very few of their licensed-in records became hits. All the masters on this CD were small, licensed-in productions, with only one act - Creative Source - actually getting a contract with Polydor (and probably only after the single was released and became a minor hit). Most of the music on this CD is even rarer because most of the tracks are the more soulful, less poppy soul and funk tunes, some of which were relegated to the B-sides of stock copies pressed in tiny quantities. The short-sightedness of Polydor's policies, even relative to other major labels, became clear when some of the acts on this CD like Debbie Taylor and most notably Enchantment, had later success on other major labels. In any case, Polydor's policies led to a large amount of high quality but often very rare soul material, some of which makes its first reappearance on this CD.





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studio814   User offline   31 July 2014 04:52


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