• David Hudson - The Royal Sessions LP Vinyl (Soul Junction)
  • David Hudson - The Royal Sessions LP Vinyl (Soul Junction)
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David Hudson – The Royal Sessions LP Vinyl (Soul Junction)

Code: SJLP5002

£16.99

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Side 1
1. (Girl I’m Coming Home To) Something Good
2. Let’s Make Love
3. Be That Way Sometimes
4. You’re My Dream Come True

Side 2
1. When I’m Loving You
2. All My Love
3.(Girl I’m Coming Home To) Something Good (Radio Edit)
4. The Best Is Yet To Come

Weight 510.00 g
Title

The Royal Sessions

Artist

David Hudson

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David Hudson has always been held in very high regard for the excellent southern soul releases which he recorded for the Alston and Waylo labels respectively.

It was during his time with Waylo that David was placed under the auspicious of producer Willie “Pops” Mitchell at his Royal Sound Studios In Memphis. Under Willie’s guidance, David recorded his excellent 1987 album “Nite And Day” of which 3 tracks would later gain a 45 release.

A further album project was planned but before it could be completed the Waylo label had decided to pull out of the Royal Sound Studios, thus leaving the project uncompleted.

A total of eight tracks (with a long and short version of one of the songs) had been laid down but were left to gather dust in the vaults. That is until now, so after over 20 years of anonymity you finally have before you David Hudson’s forgotten “Royal Sound Sessions”.

We have decided to release the album on the format that it was originally intended to have been released on at the time, good old fashioned vinyl. Enjoy!!

David Hudson’s reputation as a highly respected exponent of the Southern Soul genre came from his excellent recordings for the Alston and Waylo Labels. A follow up to his “Nite And Day” Waylo album had been planned, but for what ever reason was never actually released. Again under the guidance of Willie Mitchell, David had laid down a total of eight tracks which sadly remained in the can gathering dust at The Royal Sound Studios. That is until now, finally, 20 odd years on from their initial conception you have before you David Hudson’s forgotten “Royal Sound Sessions”.- Soul Junction

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