|ARTIST||Tyrone Davis / Gene Chandler|
|A SIDE||Tyrone Davis – Slip Away|
|B SIDE||Gene Chandler – There Was A Time|
|LABEL||Deptford Northern Soul Club|
|GENRE||Northern Soul, 60s Soul, Funk|
Tyrone Davis – Slip Away / Gene Chandler – There Was A Time 45 (Deptford Northern Soul Club) 7″ Vinyl
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Tyrone Davis – Slip Away
Gene Chandler – There Was A Time
Two great Brunswick sides on one disc from two of the greatest soul vocalists.
The A side features Tyrone Davis’ version of Clarence Carter’s ‘Slip Away’ from his essential ‘Can I Change My mind’ album, which has never previously been available as a single. A mid-tempo toe tapper with a mid-section brass build that’s underpinned by a funky groove.
The flipside cranks up the action with Gene Chandler’s riotous take on James Brown’s anthem ‘There Was A Time’, worth the entry for the horn stabs alone, it’s an expressive slice of sharp-edged driving funk.
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