Lion I - On The Soul Groover (Vinyl)

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  2. Label: Goldmine Soul Supply - GSLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Funk, Disco Usually compilations Cicadas - Cicada - Cicada rate this highly, but this one is special for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the uncharacteristic lack of documentation by the usually scholarly Goldmine label. Reply
  3. A rare bit of soul from the Hawaii scene of the 70s – and like some of the best of the genre, a record that's definitely got some influence from the warm Cali soul scene of the time, but which also brings plenty of its own style to play! The guitar lines have a nicely chromatic vibe, maybe LP, Vinyl . Reply
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    Aug 05,  · We are universally recognised as a world authority on rare soul vinyl. Our whole stock has been handpicked and is arguably the most comprehensive stock of rare soul vinyl . Reply
  5. Brought to light in the 21st century on Psychemagik’s Magik Sunrise compilation in , “House On The Rock” is a shimmering, sophisticated groove with a strong West Coast sound — after all, songwriter Rob Mehl spend nearly three decades between Southern California and Hawai‘i, where the surf was too irresistible to leave behind for. Reply
  6. Soul Groove - Groove out to the greatest soul hits of the 70's, 80's and 90's, featuring legends like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Whitney Houston. Reply
  7. Jul 22,  · Third Man is also set to release an album that could rewrite what we thought we knew about the proto-punk group The Stooges. The band’s legendary Goose Lake concert has reached near mythical status; as the story goes, bassist Dave Alexander had spent the entire show staring blankly, not playing a single note, and was fired shortly thereafter, marking the beginning of the end of the band. Reply
  8. Barfield reprises his cover of Tyrone Davis' "Can I Change My Mind," which appeared on Living Stereo in more raw form. Here the earlier twin guitar leads are replaced by Dave Biller's pedal steel and James Sweeny's Hammond organ, and the entire track finds a deeper, smoother soul groove atop Scott Esbeck's bass line/5(13). Reply

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