Category Archives: Soultaker’s Treasure Chest

Soultaker’s Treasure Chest – Summer Heat

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The hot season is here and with that comes BBQ’s and get togethers.  With get togethers and BBQ’s you usually have good music to go along with the festivities.  Seeing that Mrs. Raggedy has opened up the pool and started the party this year, I figure I open up the tent for those that are drying off and are ready to get something to eat and drink.  Summer is just starting so might as well keep the party going.
 

1.      Right On – Syl Johnson – Twinight

2.      Funky Driver On A Funky Bus – Charles Leonard – Loadstone

3.      Make It Good To Yourself – James Brown – Polydor

4.      Evil Vibrations – Mighty Riders – Sun Glo Records

5.      Put The Music Where Your Mouth Is – Olympic Runners – London

6.      (Are You Ready) Do The Bus Stop – The Fatback Band – Event

7.      You’re The One – Little Sister – Stone Flower

8.      Zero Point (Pt. 1 & 2) – Kashmere Stage Band – Now Again

9.      World Spin – A Taste Of Honey – Capitol

10.   I Love Music – O’Jays – Philadelphia International

Now personally I’m not usually a Summer person, but…………….

anything that let the ladies dress like this I can tolerate.

 

On a side note, a big Happy Birthday to Mrs. Raggedy.  I hope you enjoy your day.

 

Soultaker’s Treasure Chest – In Remembrance Of Keith Elem aka Guru 1961-2010

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Something a little different this time around. This will be a post about not a soul music artist, but of someone well respected in the Hip Hop world who passed away on April 19, 2010. So to answer the obvious question, why a post about a MC on a soul music website?

The reason is that from about 1980 when I was 6 and my Mom brought my first Hip Hop 12″( “That’s The Joint” by the Funky Four + 1) to about the mid 90’s, I listen to and was a part of the Hip Hop culture no stop. I had a few favorites, but at the top of the list would be Gangstarr. A group that included DJ Premier and the late great MC known as Guru( Gifted, Unlimited, Rhymes, Universal ).

In addition to Gangstarr, Guru also spearheaded a project known as Jazzmatazz that had him working alongside with such legends as Donald Byrd, Roy Ayers, Ramesy Lewis, Freddie Hubbard, Chaka Khan and Issac Hayes.

While I’m not going to be playing any Gangstarr stuff here, I do have a little set I made that focus on the soul music that inspired some of material Gangstarr would put out though the years.

ENJOY

1. Bring It Up – James Brown – King

2. Changin’ – Brass Construction – United Artists

3. Four Play – Fred Wesley & The Horny Horns – Atlantic

4. California Soul – Marlena Shaw – Cadet

5. Give It Up – Kool & The Gang – De-Lite

6. It’s A New Day – Skull Snaps – GSF

7. Young, Gifted And Black – Aretha Franklin – Atlantic

8. I Got Some Pt. 1 – Billy Garner – BGP reissue

9. It’s Time To Break Down – The Supremes – Motown

10. Deliver The Word – War – United Artists

For more information about Gangstarr and Guru, you can check out these sites.
http://www.gurutributes.com/
http://www.djpremierblog.com/

***One a side note, don’t forget that this Saturday, April 21st, 2012 is the 5th Annual Record Store Day. So go out and support your local record shop.
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Soultaker’s Treasure Chest 03-31-2012

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After a few months away, I’m back with another serving of some soul and funk from the chest. I want to give a quick shout out to Larry Grogan over at Funky 16 Corners  for putting me onto “Gotta Find You Girl” by Bobby Rush. Just a banging 45 and I will be playing the flipside of it in a future post.

So here you go and hopefully I will be back again sooner with some more treats.

Enjoy

1. Time And Place – Lee Moses – Front Page
2. Everybody Needs Somebody – King Floyd – Chimneyville Records
3. Funky Street – Arthur Conley – Atco
4. I Can’t Stand It – The G-Clefs – Loma
5. She’s Just Another Woman – The 8th Day – Invictus
6. Uhh – Dyke And The Blazers – Original Sound
7. Gotta Find You Girl – Bobby Rush – On Top Records
8. Work On It – The T.S.U. Toronados – Ovide/Funky Delicacies
9. You Can’t Run Away From Your Heart – Judy Clay – Stax

Soultaker’s Treasure Chest 12-13-11

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On the day before I celebrate my 38th birthday, I feel like digging through the chest to see what I can pull out.  As I type this, I’m pouring my lady another glass of wine as we finish off another one of her dinner masterpieces that featured some mouth watering cod.  I feel relaxed as I took the week off of work.  It gives me time to play with my records finally, so I cooked up this little set to finish off the year with.  Just want to take time to thank everyone who checked out my little sets since I started posting them.  I hope you all enjoyed what I have dug up from my collection.  It’s one of the things I like to do to help relax and to deal with this everyday thing we call life.  I also want to thank Raggedy for inviting me to post on her lovely site.  I’m very glad I can call you a friend.

So here’s the treats, hope you enjoy.

ENJOY

  1. Get In The Groove – Mighty Hanibal – Loma
  2. Keep On Doin’ It – The Memphis Horns – RCA
  3. Bring It On Down To Me – Bobby Franklin’s Insanity – Thomas
  4. Smiling, Styling & Profiling – Bar-Kays – Volt
  5. Honeybee  – The New Birth – RCA
  6. Why Can’t People Be Colors Too? – Whatnauts – Stang
  7. We Must Be In Love – The Impressions – Curtom
  8. How Can I Put Out The Flame – Candi Staton – Fame

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Soultaker’s Treasure Chest – 10-30-2011

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Hope everyone is doing fine.  Been a hectic weekend with the unexpected snowstorm we had here in New Jersey.  I mean the last time I checked, it was still  Fall and it’s a day before Halloween.  I don’t mind winter, but it’s a little early to be digging out the snow shovels.  

Since I didn’t do much on the outside this weekend, it gave me a chance to play some records; something I haven’t done as much as I would like to lately.  So time to brew up some hot tea with a few shots of Hennessy in it and play some tunes.

ENJOY

  1. Mighty Mighty – Baby Huey – Curtom
  2. I’ll Be Your Shelter(In Time Of Storm) – Luther Ingram – Koko
  3. Half A Man – Howard Tate – Verve
  4. (Hey, You and You and You and You) I’ve Lived The Life  – M-W-T Express(Marva Whitney) – Forte
  5. I Was Made To Love Her – Jackie Wilson & Count Basie – Brunswick
  6. This Girl – Cookin’ On 3 Burners Feat. Kylie Auldist – Freestyle
  7. I Keep On Lovin’ You – ZZ Hill – United Artist
  8. Didn’t We – Carla Thomas  – Stax
  9. Slip Away – Hank Ballard – King

 

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Soultaker’s Treasure Chest – Another Day, Another Groove

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Hope everybody is doing well.  First thing I want to say is that I’m glad Raggedy was able to make it out ok dealing with the wildfires in Texas.  I know about chaotic weather situations myself dealing with Hurricane Irene.  It was a really hectic time for you and I’m glad you were able to get through that.

To help you get into a better mood and a better groove here are some special gems I picked out from the chest.  Something to erase the stress; straight up no chaser!

ENJOY

  1. Getting Uptown(To Get Down) – United 8 – Atlantic
  2. I’m Going To Be Around – Willie Hutch – Motown
  3. I’ve Got The Groove – O’Jays – Philadelphia International Records
  4. Don’t Take My Shadow – Kings Go Forth – Luaka Pop, Inc
  5. (Can’t You See)What You Do To Me – Isley Brothers – T-Neck
  6. I’m All Changed – WEE – Owl/Asterisk
  7. Back For More – Marlena Shaw – Columbia
  8. What’s On Your Mind – Brass Construction – United Artists

 

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Soultaker’s Treasure Chest – 08-10-2011

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I hope everyone is doing well.  Here is a quick upload of something I cooked up while I had some spare time, which is rare these days.  Hope everyone stays cool.  The Fall months will be here soon enough.

ENJOY 

  1. Papa Was, Too – Joe Tex – Atlantic
  2. As Long As I Got You – Laura Lee – Chess
  3. Somebody’s Baby – Robert Knight – Rising Sons
  4. Baby, What You Want Me To Do – Erma Franklin – Shout
  5. Stop Teasin’ Me – Johnnie Taylor – Stax
  6. Trouble, Heartache & Saddness – Ann Peebles – Hi
  7. Do It Baby – Isaac “Redd” Holt Unlimited – Paula Records
  8. Misdemeanor – Foster Sylvers – MGM
  9. Trespassing – Skull Snaps – GSF
  10. I Don’t Wanna Cry – David Porter – Enterprise

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Treasure Chest – The After Party Lounge

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Well our host really knows how to throw a party. This is the type of thing that almost makes me tolerate the summer heat. I definitely enjoyed the tunes that Raggedy provided over the past few days with her pool party.

What I offer here today is not a full blown party, but more like a after party lounge experience. So come kick back, grab a couple of drinks and maybe get a game of billiards in as you vibe to the treats that lay within the Treasure Chest.

Enjoy

  1. Don’t Burn No Bridges – Jackie Wilson Featuring The Chi-Lites – Brunswick
  2. Bills Break Up Homes – Notations – Gemigo
  3. Keep Cool( Don’t Be A Fool) – Howard Tate – Atlantic
  4. Rent Party – Booker T. – Anti-
  5. I Like Everything About You – Willie Hutch – Motown
  6. You’re A Lady – Johnny Adams – Atlantic
  7. Giving Love – The Voices Of East Harlem – Just Sunshine Records
  8. As Long As You Are There – Carolyn Franklin – RCA
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Soultaker’s Treasure Chest 06-12-11

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I finally have a day off from working overtime and whatnot,  so I felt it was time to put together another batch of treats from the collection.

Summer is here and it’s it hot out.  Not my time of year, as me and the sun don’t get along so well.  So to make myself feel a little cooler, here’s something to help everybody forget about the heat.

Enjoy

  1.  I’ve Come A Long Way – Wilson Pickett- Atlantic
  2. O.K. For You – The Fascinations – Mayfield
  3. Here With Me – Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson
  4. Try Love – Bobby Williams – Sure-Shot
  5. Operator – Gladys Knight & The Pips – Fury
  6. Eleanor Rigby – Ray Charles – ABC Records
  7. The Creeper Returns – Little Sonny – Enterprise
  8. Fugitive From Love – Linda Jones – Turbo
  9. No Longer – Four Mints – Loren/Numero
  10.  Nothing I Rather Be(Than Your Weakness) – M-W-T Express(Marva Whitney) – Forte
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R.I.P. Gil Scott-Heron April 1 1949 – May 27 2011

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We lost a great voice on Friday.  Gil Scott Heron name should be mentioned more when talking about the all time greats.  Besides Curtis Mayfield, there is no other soul singer as conscience with his lyrics than Gil Scott Heron.  Rest In Power Mr. Heron.

Take A Listen To His Greatness

1.  Shut ‘Um Down
2.  Superman (Ain’t No Such Thing As)
3.  We Almost Lost Detroit
4.  Angel Dust
5.  Show Bizness
6.   I Think I’ll Call It Morning
 

Soultaker’s Treasure Chest 04-17-11

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Yesterday was Record Store Day and while I didn’t really pick up anything other than just some more sleeves for my 45’s, I did see something interesting.  I notice the people in the store I go to were in a separate line for the RSD exclusives.  It just makes me wonder do these people come to the store regularly or did they just come for these RSD exclusives.  While I was in line paying for my 45 sleeves I looked over to the RSD line and notice that not many people had anything in their hands to pay for.  The concept of Record Store Day is great as it helps to keep independent stores in business.  On the flip side, I find that the people that come out for RSD are not regular customers but more like spectators that are just there for the freebies.  I mean where are they when it’s not Record Store Day.  There are not as much independent record stores around anymore and while the concept of RSD is good, people need to support these stores more than just one day a year.

Anyway, time for another serving of Soul as I dig through my treasure chest.  This is a all 45 set today.

Enjoy

  1. I Found Out – Sam & Dave – Roulette
  2. Hey, Mr. DJ – Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces – Checker
  3. Don’t Destroy Me – Margie Hendrix – Sound Stage
  4. I Cross My Heart( And Hope To Die) – Joe Haywood – Front Page
  5. Real Live Living Hurtin’ Man – Johnny Adams – SSS International
  6. Yes, It’s You – Barbara Mason – National General Records
  7. I Forgot To Remember – Jerry Butler – Mercury
  8. We Got A Love No One Can Deny – Tyrone Davis – Dakar
  9. It’s All Over – Pearl Dowdell – Saadia
  10. Give Him Up – The Manhattans – Deluxe

Soultaker’s Tresure Chest: Music To Spring Clean To


Posted By SoultakerWith Spring on the way and Winter looking to be a thing in the past, it’s time to do some spring cleaning. What better way to do your spring cleaning than to listen to some good upbeat soul music while you do it.

1. If You Don’t Give A Doggone About It – James Brown – Polydor
2. Nobody Wants you When You’re Down and Out – Bobby Womack – United Artist
3. Get Your Love Back – The Three Degrees – Philadelphia International
4. Coming Back For More – T-Connection – Dash
5. C’mon Children – Earth, Wind and Fire – Warner Brothers
6. Never Coming Back Again – The Final Solution – Numero
7. Say You Will – Isley Brothers – T Neck
8. A Heavy Dude – Curtis Mayfield – Curtom
9. Window Raisin’ Granny – Gladys Knight and The Pips – Buddah

Enjoy

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Soultaker’s Treasure Chest: Random Goodness
Soultaker’s Treasure Chest: No Words Needed
Soultaker’s Treasure Chest — A Bag o’ Mighty Fine Tunes
Soultaker’s Treasure Chest: A Woman’s Soul
Syl Johnson: Complete Mythology
Posted by Soultaker at 3/27/2011 10:15:00 AM 2 comments  

Soultaker’s Treasure Chest: Random Goodness

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Posted By Soultaker

Hope everyone is doing good. It’s the day before the Superbowl, basiclly the calm before the storm. Neither The Packers or Steelers are my team, but I am going to go with the Packers(besides the first song in my set is by a group called the Packers so why not. LOL) I’m probably going to just stay around here this year and watch the game at home. So today I’m just laying back and being thankful that it’s raining outside instead of snow. Tired of the white stuff already. I’m normally a fall/winter person, but this year is just crazy with amount of snow we have had already. So I just say enough of it and lets just move onto Spring already.

Today’s set I bring to you is just something I kind of threw together. Normally I have in mind of what I want to play, but today I’m just going to pick whatever I see that comes up as I go through my stuff. Some of this I haven’t heard in many years and forgotton that I had. Some cases I forgot what the song sounds like, but I know its good stuff. So come along and check out what I got in store

Enjoy

1. Hole In The Wall – The Packers – Pure Soul Music
2. Steal Away – Jimmy Hughes – Fame
3. I’ll Never Leave You Lonely – Roy C – Alaga Records
4. Oh! Baby – Barbara Lynn – Jamie
5. Why Did You Lie To Me – Tony Fox – Tri Spin
6. Every Night, Every Day – Jimmy Mc Cracklin – Imperial
7. Seven Letters – Ben E. King – Atco
8. When He Touches Me (Nothing Else Matters) – Peaches and Herb – Date
9. Gretest Love – Willie West – Deesu
10. Love In The Streets (Aint Good As The Love At Home) – Johnnie Taylor – Stax
11. Wayward Dream – Annette Poindexter – Twinight
12. How Long – Charles Bradley – Daptone

>Soultaker’s Treasure Chest – Good Hennessy Music

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I hope everyone had a safe holiday. I’m glad everything is back to normal and that I made it through the madness. Actually I had a great New Years. Got to give a shout out to DJ Prestige as he was DJing down at The Annex in Asbury Park. Me and my lady went down and brought in the New Year with him. Had a great time dancing to the tasty joints he was spinning and enjoying the overall good vibe down there. Check out his blog Flea Market Funk as he has plenty great mixes of his own there.

I’ve been in a Mellow My Man type vibe lately. Meaning I like to partake in one of my favorite beverages, in this case, some Hennessy and listen to some slow music. It could be some jazz or often times some good soul music. So today I’m going to give you a sample of what I call Some Good Hennessy Music.

So Grab Your Favorite Drink, Click Here And Enjoy

1. She’s Lonely – Bill Withers – Columbia
2. Who’s It Gonna Be – Honey Cone – Hot Wax
3. So Soon We Change – David Ruffin – Warner Bros.
4. Wind, Blow Her Back My Way – Syl Johnson – Hi
5. Don’t Change Me Now – Mavis Staples – Volt
6. For Your Precious Love – The Invitations – Silver Blue Records
7. The Bitter End – Howard Tate – Atlantic
8. Castles Of Sand – Jermaine Jackson – Motown

Soultakers Treasure Chest:No Words Needed


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I hope everyone is doing ok as we approach holiday madness. It’s been awhile since I posted due to that thing call real life getting in the way.

I’m a person that is considered laid back by most that know me. Never too outspoken unless it’s a rant about the current music that is out there now a days, but I digress. That being said, I decided to throw together a little set called No Words Needed. Just some good feeling instrumental soul music.

1. Ramones – Soultrain – Rampage
2. Booker T. & The M.G.’s – The Horse – Stax
3. The Deacons – Sock It To Me Part 1 – Shama
4. The Whitefield Brothers – In The Raw – Soul Fire/Now Again
5. The Nite-Liters – Tanga Boo Gonk – RCA/Victor
6. The Meters – Hey! Last Minute – Josie
7. Kool & The Gang – Rated X – De-Lite
8. The Budos Band – Rite Of The Ancients – Daptone
9. Jr. Walker & The All-Stars – Hot Cha – Soul

Enjoy

 

>Soultaker’s Treasure Chest: No Words Needed

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Posted by Soultaker
I hope everyone is doing ok as we approach holiday madness. It’s been awhile since I posted due to that thing call real life getting in the way.
I’m a person that is considered laid back by most that know me. Never too outspoken unless it’s a rant about the current music that is out there now a days, but I digress. That being said, I decided to throw together a little set called No Words Needed. Just some good feeling instrumental soul music.
1. Ramones – Soultrain – Rampage
2. Booker T. & The M.G.’s – The Horse – Stax
3. The Deacons – Sock It To Me Part 1 – Shama
4. The Whitefield Brothers – In The Raw – Soul Fire/Now Again
5. The Nite-Liters – Tanga Boo Gonk – RCA/Victor
6. The Meters – Hey! Last Minute – Josie
7. Kool & The Gang – Rated X – De-Lite
8. The Budos Band – Rite Of The Ancients – Daptone
9. Jr. Walker & The All-Stars – Hot Cha – Soul

Soultaker’s Treasure Chest: A Woman’s Soul

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Like any other man, I love to hear a woman’s voice in my ear whispering sweet things that we like to hear. The other day I had my headphones on and was listening to some Linda Jones and I thought why don’t I do a set of just female soul singers. So today I will do just that

Starting off with my favorite female soul singer on Motown, Brenda Holloway, with a live version of the song Summertime. I love listening to her version as she also does a violin solo during the song. She has a voice that I just love to listen and relax to. Next is One Step At A Time by Maxine Brown on Wand records. This is a song that I first heard years ago on a old internet show called Eclectic Soul, that was on the old Soul 24-7.com site which was hosted by Eddie Pillar of Acid Jazz Records. It’s just one of those songs that I had to go out and hunt down. This next track is from my other favorite female singer on Motown and that is Tammi Terrell. I was watching the episode of TV One’s Unsung that showcase Tammi and was the inspiration of me putting What A Good Man He Is on today’s set. Speaking of Tammi, hip-oselect.com is getting ready to put out a 2 CD set of all of Tammi’s solo material. Like Tammi, this set is looking real pretty and she deserves to have her solo recordings be made available. The next track up is from Marva Whitney called Ball of Fire. It’s the non album b-side to the It’s My Thing 45 and should have been a hit in it’s own right. Crumbs Off The Table by Laura Lee is up next and like any True School 80’s hip hop head like myself will recognize the drum break of this track. We have next is Love Unlimited’s Say it Again in which you will hear the only male voice on this set as Barry White makes a cameo appearance on the track. This is followed by I believe one of the last tracks from Ike and Tina Turner that they did together before they eventually went their separate ways called Sexy Ida. A nice funk track that has me wondering what the two of them together would have sounded like if they didn’t have the issues that they did and gotten a divorce. Next is 90% Of Me Is You is another track people will recognize and is also one of my favorite tracks by Gwen McCrae with the other being Funky Sensation. A all female soul set is not complete without the Queen herself, Aretha Franklin,with I Get High from the Sparkle soundtrack. Last up is a track called Without You In My Life from a 1982 Marlena Shaw album, Let Me In Your Life on South Bay Records.

Of course there are plenty more talented female soul vocalists out there that one day I will showcase with another set.

1. Summertime(Live) – Brenda Holloway – Motown

2. One Step At A Time – Maxine Brown – Wand

3. What A Good Man He Is – Tammi Terrell – Motown

4. Ball Of Fire – Marva Whitney – King

5. Crumbs Off The Table – Laura Lee – Hot Wax

6. Say It Again – Love Unlimited – 20th Century Records

7. Sexy Ida – Ike and Tina Turner – United Artist Records

8. 90% Of Me Is You – Gwen McCrae – Cat

9. I Get High – Aretha Franklin – Atlantic

10. Without You In My Life – Marlena Shaw – South Bay

Enjoy

>Soultaker’s Treasure Chest: A Woman’s Soul

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Posted by Soultaker

Like any other man, I love to hear a woman’s voice in my ear whispering sweet things that we like to hear. The other day I had my headphones on and was listening to some Linda Jones and I thought why don’t I do a set of just female soul singers. So today I will do just that

Starting off with my favorite female soul singer on Motown, Brenda Holloway, with a live version of the song Summertime. I love listening to her version as she also does a violin solo during the song. She has a voice that I just love to listen and relax to. Next is One Step At A Time by Maxine Brown on Wand records. This is a song that I first heard years ago on a old internet show called Eclectic Soul, that was on the old Soul 24-7.com site which was hosted by Eddie Pillar of Acid Jazz Records. It’s just one of those songs that I had to go out and hunt down. This next track is from my other favorite female singer on Motown and that is Tammi Terrell. I was watching the episode of TV One’s Unsung that showcase Tammi and was the inspiration of me putting What A Good Man He Is on today’s set. Speaking of Tammi, hip-oselect.com is getting ready to put out a 2 CD set of all of Tammi’s solo material. Like Tammi, this set is looking real pretty and she deserves to have her solo recordings be made available. The next track up is from Marva Whitney called Ball of Fire. It’s the non album b-side to the It’s My Thing 45 and should have been a hit in it’s own right. Crumbs Off The Table by Laura Lee is up next and like any True School 80’s hip hop head like myself will recognize the drum break of this track. We have next is Love Unlimited’s Say it Again in which you will hear the only male voice on this set as Barry White makes a cameo appearance on the track. This is followed by I believe one of the last tracks from Ike and Tina Turner that they did together before they eventually went their separate ways called Sexy Ida. A nice funk track that has me wondering what the two of them together would have sounded like if they didn’t have the issues that they did and gotten a divorce. Next is 90% Of Me Is You is another track people will recognize and is also one of my favorite tracks by Gwen McCrae with the other being Funky Sensation. A all female soul set is not complete without the Queen herself, Aretha Franklin,with I Get High from the Sparkle soundtrack. Last up is a track called Without You In My Life from a 1982 Marlena Shaw album, Let Me In Your Life on South Bay Records.

Of course there are plenty more talented female soul vocalists out there that one day I will showcase with another set.

1. Summertime(Live) – Brenda Holloway – Motown
2. One Step At A Time – Maxine Brown – Wand
3. What A Good Man He Is – Tammi Terrell – Motown
4. Ball Of Fire – Marva Whitney – King
5. Crumbs Off The Table – Laura Lee – Hot Wax
6. Say It Again – Love Unlimited – 20th Century Records
7. Sexy Ida – Ike and Tina Turner – United Artist Records
8. 90% Of Me Is You – Gwen McCrae – Cat
9. I Get High – Aretha Franklin – Atlantic
10. Without You In My Life – Marlena Shaw – South Bay

Enjoy

Soultaker’s Treasure Chest — A Bag o’ Mighty Fine Tunes

Playlist

1. Mighty Joe Hicks — The Team (Enterprise)
2. Independents — Can’t Understand It (Wand)
3. Honey Cone — Ace In The Hole (Invictus)
4. Eddie Kendricks — Trust Your Heart (Tamla)
5.Dorothy Moore — Dark End of the Street (Malaco)
6. Johnny Nash — Don’t Cry (JAD)
7. Sam & Dave — Come Into My Life (United Artist)

Enjoy!
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Guest AudioBlog by Soultatker73: Expedition

Since I am a one-woman-enterprise and sometimes feel a little uninspired, I was asking my friend ((Soultaker73)) for a little support the other day. Of course I know he’s got a priceless music collection that makes my mouth water. He was kind enough to share some  of the most beautiful tracks (static and all) with me in a podcast set.

Listening to his compilation felt like being on a expedition, discovering hitherto unknown treasures.

Thanks ((Soultaker73)).

The Treasure Chest

1.Joe Haywood – In Your Heart You Know I Love You – Front Page Records

2.Linda Jones – Don’t Go( I Can’t Bear To Be Alone ) – Turbo

3.Eddie and Ernie – That’s The Way It Is – Eastern

4.Carla Thomas – Yesterday(Live in London 3-25-67)  – Stax

5.Jackie Wilson & Count Basie – My Girl – Brunswick

6.The Impressions – I Can’t Stay Away From You – ABC Records

7.Woman – That’s How It Is – Shock

8.Wilson Pickett – Search Your Heart – Atlantic