Category Archives: Deep Soul

A Bit Of Soul Will Do The Trick

It’s 02:07 on the morning of the 24th of June and have run out of ideas for the mid week post while I’m sunning my self on the beach in Cornwall. If all else fails bung on a bit of … Continue reading

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So Many Days

Bloody hell, that was a quick week! Back to the daily grind for me and I can’t think of a better way to start than with this track,  a recent discovery. I’m not sure whether this should be classed as … Continue reading

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All In My Mind

I think that a bit of deep soul is the order of the day. Maxine Brown is well known in northern circles for the outstanding track One In A Million but here is a different beast altogether, an absolutley lovely … Continue reading

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Slip Away

Sometimes a Guinness and a bit of soul music is all you need. Sit down for a couple of minutes and enjoy. Now wasn’t that good. Clarence Carter – Slip Away

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Every One Loves A Cover . . . Right?

And this one is a belter. Time Is On My Side was originally recorded by Kai Winding and his orchestra in 1964. This recording by Irma Thomas was released on Imperial in 1964, the same year as the Rolling Stones … Continue reading

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I’m Undecided

I’m undecided is an album track from Toussaint McCall which was included on Dave Godin’s Deep Soul Treasures Volume 3. McCall was born in Monroe, Louisianna in 1934 and is best known for his 1967 release Nothing Takes The Place … Continue reading

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