Groove With A Feeling – Sounds Of Memphis Boogie, Soul and Funk 1975-1985 CD (BGP)
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This instalment of our examination of the Sounds Of Memphis label and studio focuses on the decade between 1975-1985, as regional differences faded and soul changed into funk and boogie.
The 19 tracks are all, bar one, previously unissued. There are three tracks by the highly collectable Lee Moore, one by the Ovations’ Louis Williams, one by Vision and two by former Hi records backing singer Erma Shaw.
The booklet includes previously unseen photographs and a 2500 word essay that includes interviews with Lee Moore and with label and studio boss Linda Lucchesi.
The release offers an insight to a largely overlooked period of the Memphis recording story. – Ace Records
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