Most southern soul fans will tell you that that the music produced in Memphis in 1967 and 1968 was the pinnacle of quality. So following on from our look at the River City’s soul output in 1967, we now turn our attention to an album covering the next year. As before, the singers here are a heady mixture of local Tennessee talent and welcome soulful guests who journeyed down south hoping that a little of the famous Memphis magic would rub off on their songs. There are soul genres to suit all tastes here – from the deepest ballads to upbeat tracks that will rock your socks off. Soul doesn’t get much better than the artists and their tunes on this LP!
Sleeve Notes by John Ridley
A1 Roscoe Robinson– You Don't Move Me No More A2 Lamp Sisters– No Cure For The Blues A3 L.H. & The Memphis Sounds– Out Of Control A4 Marvin Preyer– Climbing Up To Love A5 Oscar Toney Jr.– A Love That Never Grows Cold A6 Lee Rogers– The Same Things That Make You Laugh (Make You Cry) A7 Eddie Harrison– Your Eyes May Shine A8 James Fry– Tumblin' Down
B1 Joe Simon– Looking Back B2 L.C. Cook– Half A Man B3 The Masqueraders– Sweet Lovin' Woman B4 Bart Jackson– Dancing Man B5 Homer Banks– Foolish Hearts Break Fast B6 Double Soul– I Can't Use You B7 Terry Felton– I Don't Want To Have To Wait B8 Ted Ford– You're Gonna Need Me
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