R&B and Soul
Cooke, Sam - Keep Moving On 2LP
For the first time on vinyl, Keep Movin’ On, a 23-song collection that encompasses some of Sam Cooke’s best loved and most incisive songs and represents the artist both at the very pinnacle and, tragically, at the very end of his ground breaking career.
Sledge, Percy - The Percy Sledge Way LP
In March 1966, Atlantic Records released Percy Sledge's best-known song, the million-selling When A Man Loves A Woman, an epochal Southern soul hymn Sledge achieved his strongest success when devoting himself largely to mid-tempo tunes and soul ballads.
Skull Snaps - (self-titled) LP
Record collectors, producers and crate diggers like a good creation myth, and Skull Snaps' self-titled 'debut' had it all. A mysterious funk trio, who recorded one album under a curious name, housed it in a sleeve that looked more like a proto-metal album
Temptations, The - Gettin' Ready LP
Vinyl LP repressing of this 1966 album from the Soul heroes. GETTIN' READY was originally released on the Gordy (Motown) label. It marked the transition of the group from having Smokey Robinson as it's main producer, with new producer Norman Whitfield.
Meters, The - (self-titled) LP (180g)
The Meters is the debut studio album by the band of the same name. It's an essential album in the funk scene and one that contains a lot of energy and soul. Organist Art Neville led the quartet which consisted of guitarist Leo Nocentelli, the rhythm secti
Booker T. & the MG's - Green Onions LP
Propelled by Booker T. Jones' smoky organ and the funky guitar bursts of Steve Cropper, "Green Onions"--the first chart-topper by Booker T. & The MG's--slithered across the 1962 airwaves, followed immediately by an album every bit as savory. Hot on the he
Black Market Brass - Undying Thirst LP
Black Market Brass’ sophomore record, Undying Thirst, is a noxious brew of diesel and bleach; a special long-player full of wasteoid rippers for skullduggerous hover-bike gangs peddling fugazi relics and snake oil tinctures. Hellacious guitars, nitrous-ch