Paul Kelly — Soul Flow


You definitely should get this compilation. Even if you don’t like my pick of the day, this compilation bears witness to the most fertile era ever in Soul music, the 60’s and 70’s. There’s the crisp Northern Soul flavor (‘You Don’t Know, You Just Don’t Know”)  on the same platter with that sweet sweet taste of Deep Soul (“Cryin’ For My Baby.”) And then there is the gem I’m posting today. It will make  every Woodstock veteran’s heart beat faster … The flip side of “Hangin’ On In There,” “Soul Flow” was released in 1971 on the Happy Tiger label.

Enjoy!

Also on the comp. “It’s My Baby” and “Only Your Love”

I told you: “Get this compilation!”

4 responses to “Paul Kelly — Soul Flow

  1. Definitely enjoyed this. Dancing in my chair while listening. And I will check out the compilation.

  2. You won’t be disappointed by the comp., Tom.
    I think I’m going to have a Paul Kelly Special soon, too.

  3. The first time I heard a Paul Kelly song was on the Numero Eccentric Soul Deep City Label comp back in 2006. I found a copy of his “Dirt” album and was loving it. Not a bad track on the album. Of course there is also the song you previously featured on here, “Let Your Love Come Down”, which I have been playing the 45 of constently. I need to check out this comp myself.

  4. Soultaker! Paul Kelly is such a versatile musician. He sang them all: Deepies, Soul, Funk, R’nB with an exceptional ease. There’s no doubt about his incredible talent. You know his “Stealing Love On The Side?”

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