Soul S-Z

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Esther Satterfield The Need To Be (A&M) M- / EX U.S.'1976 36.00
(mid-70's orig. U.S. print of soulful Pop album by black femme lead-singer teamin' up w/ Chuck Mangione who produced this album; w/orchestrated parts by Mangione who also produced; w/Kai Winding involvement;)
Joe Simon Mr. Right (Compleat) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1986 26.00
(mid-80's effort by black Soul-man; w/brass 'n string arrangements;)
Percy Sledge I'll Be Your Everything (Capricorn) EX / VG++ U.S.'1974 34.00
(mid-70's U.S. release incl. "walking in the sun" (Jeff Barry) "hard to be friends" (Larry Murray) recorded at Muscle Shoals studios w/brass-section incl. Ronnie Eades on baritone sax, Charles Rose (trombone) Pete Carr on lead-guitar...;)
Take Time To Know Her (Atlantic) M- / VG++ U.S.'1968 42.00
(U.S. 2nd label print; incl. Bobby Womack's "baby help me"; Marlin Greene helped produce and engineered;)
Space Same (Hand) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'196 52.00
(late 60's orig. U.S. promo-print (on Capitol sub-label) of tribal Soul-Pop gathering w/femme/male vocs, organ-leads, percussive brewin' 'n flyin' mix-skin hippie-vibes; John Linde produced;)
Stairsteps 2nd Resurrection (Dark Horse) EX / EX U.S.'1976 42.00
(mid-70's U.S. print of Soul-Pop grooves by guitar-stringin' 'n singin' black quartet (actually brothers w/ Burke for last name) w/help from Billy Preston on keyboards and he also produced, Alvin Taylor on drums...; w/inner-sleeve that has the lyrics 'n pics;)
The Staples Unlock Your Mind (Warner Brothers) EX / EX D'1978 34.00
(german print of fine Soul-grooves by The Staple Singers;)
Sly Stone Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67 (Sculpture) SS / SS U.S.'199 42.00
(early 90's U.S. reissue of mid 60's works by this famous californian Disc Jockey who played some important part in the 60's Black-Counter-Cult movement... and beyond; feat. rare single-releases; cover of Herbie Hancock's "watermelon man", "I can't turn you loose" (Otis Redding)
Johnnie Taylor One Step Beyond (Stax) EX / VG++ / Cc. U.S.'196 42.00
(late 60's orig. U.S. release of soulful Pop grooves by southern Blues-man; some real funky grooves w/brass 'n wah-fuzz-guitar cranks;)
The Temptations In A Mellow Mood (Gordy) EX / EX U.S.'1967 52.00
(orig. U.S. print of 60's album in stereo; all cover-versions incl. "ol' man river", "a taste of honey"...;)
Truly For You (Motown) M / M D'1984 28.00
(mid-80's german release by renowned U.S. Soul-groovin' quintet takin' some sorta Disco bend here;)
Joe Tex Hold What You've Got (Atlantic) EX / EX Can'196 52.00
(orig. red-label canadian MONO print of early/mid-60's album by black U.S. Soul-man;)
With Strings & Things (Atlantic) VG++ / M- / Co. U.S.'1970 38.00
(orig. U.S. print of string-arranged (by Eddie Williams) Soul-Pop grooves;)
Irma Thomas The New Rules (Zensor/Pläne) EX / EX D'1986 32.00
(german print of mid-80's release by this famous Soul Lady out of New Orleans;)
Take A Look (Imperial) M- / EX U.S.'196 SOLD
(nice orig. print of fine Pop-Soul item from the 60's; haunting femme back-ups, dynamic recoding;)
Timmy Thomas Why Can't We Live Together (Glades) M- / EX / Cc. U.S.'196 52.00
(orig. green label U.S. print of late 60's Soul-album by author of charting title-track;)
Sir Charles Thompson Rockin' Rhythm With Sir Charles At The Organ (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'196 65.00
(orig. U.S. MONO "eyes-label" -print of khool Hammond organ conducted grooves by Sir Charles, who played w/Lionel Hampton in the 40's & had quite some session-jobs w/Charlie Parker, Lester "Pres" Young, Paul Quinichette...; full-band thing here w/Tiny Grimes, Joe Puma (both on guitars) J.C.Heard, Teo Macero or Oliver Jackson on drums; incl. the relaxed "rockin' chair" written by Hoagy Carmichael;)
The Three Degrees A Collection Of... (Epic) EX / EX NL'1973 28.00
(orig. dutch print of compilation album;)
Same (Philadelphia International) EX / EX U.S.'1973 36.00
(orig. U.S. print in FOC;)
Top Shelf Night People (Sound Trek) M / EX U.S.'1980 42.00
(1980 U.S. small-label release of drifty Soul-Pop grooves w/loungy, funky edges on some songs;)
Ike & Tina Turner Get It Together (Bellaphon) EX / VG+(+) D'196 36.00
(orig. german print of scarce 60's album; incl. "funky mule", "ain't nobody's business", "cussin', cryin' and carryin' on"; front-sleeve has a HOT live-photo shot of Tina!)
The Ike & Tina Turner Show Vol.1 (Warner Brothers) EX / EX D'196 55.00
(orig. german bright green 7-arts-label issue of hot LIVE recorded platter w/brass; incl. "twist and shout", "high heel sneakers (tight pants)", "finger poppin'", "good times" (Sam Cooke)
Let Me Touch Your Mind (United Artists) EX / M- / Co. U.S.'1972 52.00
(early 70's release in multi-fold-gimmix-cover!)
Let Me Touch Your Mind (United Artists) M / M- / Cc. U.S.'1972 55.00
(early 70's release in multi-fold-gimmix-cover!top shape! w/insert-sheet;)
Live In Paris (Liberty) EX / M-(*) D'1971 65.00
(HOT live-double-set recorded at the Olympia in Paris in the early 70's; "Proud Mary" (8:48) rules this bag! german orig. print in FOC; (*) first songs on side 3 & 4 play VG++ due to a slight vinyl-hissing at the beginning (of songs)
Nutbush City Limits (United Artists) EX / VG++ F'1973 36.00
(orig. french print;incl. "river deep,mountain high","you are my sunshine";)
Proud Mary (Streetlife) M- / EX D'1988 38.00
(late 80's nice double-compilation-set containing rare recordings by this legendary rockin'Soul-duo; the albums kicks of w/a 2 minutes plus version of that famous title-song, version of "Stagger Lee", "knock on wood", "the loco-motion", "shame, shame, shame"...; FOC;)
So Fine (Musidisc) EX / VG++ F'196 55.00
(nice orig. french print of HOT 60's album; incl. "to hot to hold" , "ain't nobody's business", "a fool in love" , "shake a tail feather" , "I better get ta steppin'" , ... and title track (written by Jonny Otis) ... sleeve has a great live-photo shot of Tina!;)
Tina Turner Acid Queen (United Artists) SS / SS / Co. U.S.'1975 55.00
(still sealed orig. print of smokin' mid-70's release; A-side is all-covers incl. two STONES songs and Led Zep's "whole lotta love";)
Break Every Rule (Capitol) EX / EX U.S.'1986 28.00
(U.S. print of mid-80's release; Mark Knopfler produced;)
Junior Walker & The All Stars A Gasssss (Soul) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1970 42.00
(1970 U.S. print of Soul-groovin' moves w/brass; incl. "honey come back", "hey Jude" (Lennon/ McCartney;)
Watchpocket Same (TMI) M- / EX U.S.'1972 95.00
(Susan Dotson states in the liners to this amazing album: "Mississippi ragamuffins playing their role, being themselves, singing their songs, hangin'out, guts & gravel get it on. Kicking rocks, chewing pine needles, whistling at mockingbirds" ...these lines capture perfectly the spirit that reigns this piece o'vinyl! genuine riverboat ramble grooves w/ a crystal dose o' Memphis Soul ...songs that stick in the ear and cause a tremble in the knee... well, John Fogerty should have done an album w/these guys!! feat. here is Steve Cropper and Sid Herring on guitars and the latter has got a darkly brooding throat! The Memphis Horns provide the brass, haunting femme back-ups; anybody having the guts of doing a cover of "back porch of my mind" that's half as good is takin' the risk of charting!! ...and the production is just brillig!! promo sticker on front cover;)
Same (TMI) EX / EX U.S.'1972 75.00
(Susan Dotson states in the liners to this amazing album: "Mississippi ragamuffins playing their role, being themselves, singing their songs, hangin'out, guts & gravel get it on. Kicking rocks, chewing pine needles, whistling at mockingbirds" ...these lines capture perfectly the spirit that reigns this piece o'vinyl! genuine riverboat ramble grooves w/ a crystal dose o' Memphis Soul... songs that stick in the ear and cause a tremble in the knee... well, John Fogerty should have done an album w/these guys!! feat. here is Steve Cropper and Sid Herring on guitars and the latter has got a darkly brooding throat! The Memphis Horns provide the brass, haunting femme back-ups; anybody having the guts of doing a cover of "back porch of my mind" that's half as good is takin' the risk of charting!! ...and the production is just brillig!!)
Same (TMI) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 85.00
(Susan Dotson states in the liners to this amazing album: "Mississippi ragamuffins playing their role, being themselves, singing their songs, hangin'out, guts & gravel get it on. Kicking rocks, chewing pine needles, whistling at mockingbirds" ...these lines capture perfectly the spirit that reigns this piece o'vinyl! genuine riverboat ramble grooves w/ a crystal dose o' Memphis Soul... songs that stick in the ear and cause a tremble in the knee... well, John Fogerty should have done an album w/these guys!! feat. here is Steve Cropper and Sid Herring on guitars and the latter has got a darkly brooding throat! The Memphis Horns provide the brass, haunting femme back-ups; anybody having the guts of doing a cover of "back porch of my mind" that's half as good is takin' the risk of charting!! ...and the production is just brillig!!)
Al Wilson I've Got A Feeling (Playboy) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1976 32.00
(mid-70's release by black Soul-man; cover of Sam Cooke's "having a party";)
Searching For The Dolphins (Soul City) M / M- U.S.'196 55.00
(late 60's release on this Liberty sub-label; soulful Pop by black singer w/all-orchestrated selections; ace-line-up starring such legendary studio-cats as Hal Blaine, Jim Gordon, Joe Osbourne, Larry Knechtel, James Burton & Jim Horn; Johnny Rivers produced; cover of Fred Neil's "the dolphins", Oscar Brown Jr.'s "the snake" ...and once again... the engineer & editor of this album is Armin Steiner... and he is NO-WAY-CONNECTED with the Klektic Fox!!!)
Bill Withers Live At Carnegie Hall (Sussex) EX / EX U.S.'1973 75.00
(excellent Live double-set w/ full-band backing; incl. "ain't no sunshine", "better off dead"; this guy sure got a great voice! FOC;)
Live At Carnegie Hall (Sussex) EX / EX U.S.'1973 75.00
(excellent Live double-set w/ full-band backing; incl. "ain't no sunshine", "better off dead"; this guy sure got a great voice! FOC;)
Bobby Womack Facts Of Life (United Artists) EX / EX I'1973 38.00
(italian print of fine Soul-groovin' effort; incl. a hot cover of Dylan's "all along the watchtower" w/hard-edged wah-fuzz-guitar leads by either Jimmy Johnson, Pete Carr or Dave Turner (they all play on this) bein' a part of The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section;)
Goes C&W (United Artists) EX / EX U.S.'1976 34.00
(mid-70's U.S. print of C&W flavored Soul bag; incl. "big bayou";)
Home Is Where The Heart Is (Edsel) M- / M- U.K.'1986 34.00
(mid-80's U.K. reprint of mid-70's album released on CBS; incl. Sam Cooke's "a change is gonna come";)
Looking For Love Again (United Artists) - / EX D'1974 18.00
(german print (in plain white jacket, yes, has no cover, sorry!) of mid-70's effort by U.S. Soul-man; incl. "don't let me down" (Timmy Thomas)
Stevie Wonder Hotter Than July (Motown) EX / EX D'1980 34.00
(orig. german print in FOC w/inner-sleeve; incl. "happy birthday";)
Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants (Tamla Motown) EX / EX U.S.'1979 42.00
(orig. U.S. print in triple-FOC of late 70's effort; on many songs Stevie plays all the instruments;)
Looking Back (Motown) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'197 52.00
(triple-lp compilation set in tri-fold cover; came out as a limited edition in the 70's;)

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