LET'S GET IT ON! It's the ~~~ 1970s SOUL ALBUMS POLL ~~~ NOMINATIONS AND CAMPAIGNING THREAD

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All right. I have some free time on my hands, and I feel like doing something nice. So here's the official ILM 1970s SOUL ALBUMS POLL!

I have used Rateyourmusic's 70s soul chart to compile a master list of 1000 albums. You get 10 nominations to add your favorite albums to this list. 70s soul is a genre I don't know very much about, so I will have to trust you on your word about what counts as soul and what doesn't. All albums released between 1970 and 1979 are eligible. I'll put the list in the next post.

The nomination process ends whenever I turn on my PC on Monday morning, October 7. So for one full month this thread will be the place to let the world know about your favorite 1970s soul albums. In the meantime, feel free to spread the word and let's listen to a lot of good music!

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 19:46 (one year ago) Permalink

The Master List:

100 Proof (Aged in Soul) – Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed (1970)
100% Pure Poison – Coming Right at You (1974)
24-Carat Black – Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth (1973)
The 3 Pieces – Vibes of Truth (1975)
The 5th Dimension – Portrait (1970)
The 8th Day – The 8th Day (1971)
The 8th Day – I Gotta Get Home (Can't Let My Baby Get Lonely) (1973)
The 9th Creation – Bubble Gum (1975)

A
Ace Spectrum – Inner Spectrum (1974)
Afro-American Ensemble – Free the Black Man's Chains (1972)
Al Green – Al Green Gets Next to You (1971)
Al Green – I'm Still in Love With You (1972)
Al Green – Let's Stay Together (1972)
Al Green – Call Me (1973)
Al Green – Livin' for You (1973)
Al Green – Al Green Explores Your Mind (1974)
Al Green – Al Green Is Love (1975)
Al Green – Full of Fire (1976)
Al Green – Have a Good Time (1976)
Al Green – The Belle Album (1977)
Al Green – Truth n' Time (1978)
Al Jarreau – We Got By (1975)
Al Wilson – Show and Tell (1973)
Al Wilson – La La Peace Song (1974)
Albert King – King Albert (1977)
Alice Clark – Alice Clark (1972)
Allen Toussaint – Toussaint (1970)
Allen Toussaint – Southern Nights (1975)
Allen Toussaint – Motion (1978)
Angela Bofill – Angie (1978)
Angela Bofill – Angel of the Night (1979)
Ann Peebles – Part Time Love (1970)
Ann Peebles – Straight From the Heart (1971)
Ann Peebles – I Can't Stand the Rain (1974)
Ann Peebles – Tellin' It (1975)
Ann Peebles – If This Is Heaven (1977)
Ann Peebles – The Handwriting Is on the Wall (1977)
Aretha Franklin – Spirit in the Dark (1970)
Aretha Franklin – This Girl's in Love With You (1970)
Aretha Franklin – The Gospel Soul of Aretha Franklin (1972)
Aretha Franklin – Young, Gifted and Black (1972)
Aretha Franklin – Hey Now Hey (The Other Side of the Sky) (1973)
Aretha Franklin – Let Me in Your Life (1974)
Aretha Franklin – With Everything I Feel in Me (1974)
Aretha Franklin – Sparkle (1976)
Arthur Adams – It's Private Tonight (1972)
Arthur Alexander – Arthur Alexander (1972)
Asha Puthli – Asha Puthli (1973)
Ashford & Simpson – Gimme Something Real (1973)
Ashford & Simpson – I Wanna Be Selfish (1974)
Ashford & Simpson – Come as You Are (1976)
Ashford & Simpson – Send It (1977)
Ashford & Simpson – So So Satisfied (1977)
Ashford & Simpson – Is It Still Good to Ya (1978)
Ashford & Simpson – Stay Free (1979)
Assim Assado – Assim assado (1974)
Average White Band – Show Your Hand (1973)
Average White Band – AWB (1974)
Average White Band – Cut the Cake (1975)
Average White Band – Soul Searching (1976)

B
B.B. King – To Know You Is to Love You (1973)
B.B. King – King Size (1977)
B.T. Express – Do It 'Til You're Satisfied (1974)
Baby Huey – The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend (1971)
Banda Black Rio – Maria Fumaça (1977)
The Bar-Kays – Black Rock (1971)
The Bar-Kays – Do You See What I See? (1972)
The Bar-Kays – Cold Blooded (1974)
The Bar-Kays – Flying High on Your Love (1977)
The Bar-Kays – Light of Life (1978)
The Bar-Kays – Money Talks (1978)
The Bar-Kays – Injoy (1979)
Barbara Jean English – So Many Ways... (1972)
Barbara Mason – Lady Love (1973)
Barbara Mason – Transition (1974)
Barbra Streisand – Stoney End (1971)
Barrabás – Wild Safari (1972)
Barrabás – Power (1973)
The Barrino Brothers – Livin' High Off the Goodness of Your Love (1973)
Barry White – I've Got So Much to Give (1973)
Barry White – Stone Gon' (1973)
Barry White – Can't Get Enough (1974)
Barry White – Just Another Way to Say I Love You (1975)
Barry White – Is This Whatcha Wont? (1976)
Barry White – Let the Music Play (1976)
Barry White – Barry White Sings for Someone You Love (1977)
Barry White – The Man (1978)
Barry White – The Message Is Love (1979)
Bayeté Umbra Zindiko – Seeking Other Beauty (1972)
The Beginning of the End – Beginning of the End (1976)
Bemibem – Bemowe Frazy (1974)
Ben E. King – Rough Edges (1970)
Ben E. King – Supernatural (1975)
Ben E. King – Benny and Us (1977)
Benny Johnson – Visions of Paradise (1973)
Betty Padgett – Sugar Daddy (1976)
Betty Wright – I Love the Way You Love (1972)
Betty Wright – Hard to Stop (1973)
Betty Wright – Danger High Voltage (1974)
Bettye Crutcher – Long as You Love Me (1974)
Big Black – http://www.youtube.com/If You're Diggin' What You're Doin' Keep On Doin' What You're Diggin' (1971)
Bill Withers – Just as I Am (1971)
Bill Withers – Still Bill (1972)
Bill Withers – +'Justments (1974)
Bill Withers – Making Music (1975)
Bill Withers – Naked & Warm (1976)
Bill Withers – Menagerie (1977)
Bill Withers – 'Bout Love (1979)
Billy Couvson – Bongo Sensational Soul (Ching Chong China) (1977)
Billy Paul – Going East (1971)
Billy Paul – 360 Degrees of Billy Paul (1972)
Billy Paul – War of the Gods (1973)
Billy Paul – Let 'Em In (1976)
Billy Preston – Encouraging Words (1970)
Billy Preston – I Wrote a Simple Song (1971)
Billy Preston – Music Is My Life (1972)
Billy Preston – Everybody Likes Some Kind of Music (1973)
Billy Preston – The Kids & Me (1974)
Billy Preston – It's My Pleasure (1975)
Black Grass – Black Grass (1973)
Black Heat – Keep On Runnin' (1975)
Black Ivory – Don't Turn Around (1971)
Black Ivory – Baby Won't You Change Your Mind (1972)
Black Merda – Black Merda (1970)
Black Nasty – Talking to the People (1973)
Bloodstone – Bloodstone (1972)
Bloodstone – Natural High (1973)
Bloodstone – Unreal (1973)
Blowfly – Zodiac (1975)
Blue Magic – Blue Magic (1974)
Blue Magic – The Magic of the Blue (1974)
Blue Magic – Thirteen Blue Magic Lane (1975)
Bo Diddley – Big Bad Bo (1974)
Bobbie Gentry – Patchwork (1971)
Bobby Bland – Dreamer (1974)
Bobby Bland – Reflections in Blue (1977)
Bobby Blue Bland – His California Album (1973)
Bobby Caldwell – Bobby Caldwell (1978)
Bobby Patterson – It's Just a Matter of Time (1972)
Bobby Womack – Communication (1971)
Bobby Womack – Understanding (1972)
Bobby Womack – Facts of Life (1973)
Bobby Womack – Lookin' for a Love Again (1974)
Bobby Womack – I Don't Know What the World Is Coming To (1975)
Bobby Womack – Safety Zone (1975)
Bobby Womack – B.W. Goes C&W (1976)
Bobby Womack – Home Is Where the Heart Is (1976)
Bohannon – Stop and Go (1973)
Bohannon – Bohannon (1975)
Bonnie Pointer – Bonnie Pointer (1978)
Booker T. & The M.G.'s – McLemore Avenue (1970)
Booker T. & The M.G.'s – Melting Pot (1971)
Boscoe – Boscoe (1973)
Breakwater – Breakwater (1978)
Brenda Russell – Brenda Russell (1979)
Brick – Brick (1977)
Brother to Brother – In the Bottle (1974)
Brothers Unlimited – Who's for the Young (1970)
Brownstone – Brownstone (1973)
Buddy Miles – We Got to Live Together (1970)
Buddy Miles – All the Faces of Buddy Miles (1974)

C
Camille Yarbrough – The Iron Pot Cooker (1975)
Candi Staton – I'm Just a Prisoner (1970)
Candi Staton – Stand by Your Man (1970)
Candi Staton – Candi Staton (1972)
Candi Staton – Candi (1974)
Cane and Able – Cane and Able (1972)
Cane and Able – Relating a Message to You (1972)
Carl Sherlock Holmes – Investigation No. 1 (1972)
Cassiano – Imagem e som (1971)
Cassiano – Apresentamos nosso Cassiano (1973)
Cassiano – Cuban Soul: 18 kilates (1976)
Cecil Holmes Soulful Sounds – The Black Motion Picture Experience (1973)
Chairmen of the Board – Give Me Just a Little More Time (1970)
Chairmen of the Board – In Session (1970)
Chairmen of the Board – Bittersweet (1972)
Chairmen of the Board – Skin I'm In (1974)
Chaka Khan & Rufus – Street Player (1978)
The Chambers Brothers – New Generation (1971)
Charles Wright – Doin' What Comes Naturally (1973)
Charles Wright and The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band – Express Yourself (1970)
Charles Wright and The Watts 103rd Street Band – You're So Beautiful (1971)
Charlie Rich – The Fabulous Charlie Rich (1970)
Charlie Whitehead – Charlie Whitehead & The Swamp Dogg Band (1973)
Cheryl Lynn – Cheryl Lynn (1978)
Cheryl Lynn – In Love (1979)
The Chi-Lites – (For God's Sake) Give More Power to the People (1971)
The Chi-Lites – A Lonely Man (1972)
The Chi-Lites – A Letter to Myself (1973)
The Chi-Lites – Chi-Lites (1973)
The Chi-Lites – Toby (1974)
Chubby Checker – Chequered! (1971)
Clarence Carter – Patches (1970)
Clarence Carter – Sixty Minutes With Clarence Carter (1973)
Clarence Carter – Loneliness and Temptation (1975)
Clarence Reid – Running Water (1973)
Claudia Lennear – Phew (1973)
Clydie King – Direct Me (1971)
Commodores – Hot on the Tracks (1976)
Commodores – Midnight Magic (1979)
Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose – Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose (1972)
The Counts – What's Up Front That Counts (1971)
The Counts – Love Sign (1973)
Creative Source – Creative Source (1973)
Creative Source – Migration (1974)
Curtis Mayfield – Curtis (1970)
Curtis Mayfield – Roots (1971)
Curtis Mayfield – Superfly (1972)
Curtis Mayfield – Back to the World (1973)
Curtis Mayfield – Got to Find a Way (1974)
Curtis Mayfield – Sweet Exorcist (1974)
Curtis Mayfield – Let's Do It Again (1975)
Curtis Mayfield – There's No Place Like America Today (1975)
Curtis Mayfield – Give, Get, Take and Have (1976)
Curtis Mayfield – Never Say You Can't Survive (1977)
Curtis Mayfield – Short Eyes (1977)
Cymande – Cymande (1972)
Cymande – Second Time Round (1973)

D
Dan Penn – Nobody's Fool (1973)
David Porter – Into a Real Thing (1971)
David Porter – Victim of the Joke? An Opera (1971)
David Ruffin – David Ruffin (1973)
David Ruffin – Me 'n Rock 'n Roll Are Here to Stay (1974)
David Ruffin – Who I Am (1975)
Debbie Taylor – Comin' Down On You (1972)
Dee Dee Bridgewater – Just Family (1977)
Del Jones' Positive Vibes – Court Is Closed (1972)
The Delfonics – The Delfonics (1970)
The Delfonics – Tell Me This Is a Dream (1972)
The Delfonics – Alive & Kicking (1974)
The Dells – Sweet as Funk Can Be (1972)
Demon Fuzz – Afreaka! (1970)
Deniece Williams – This Is Niecy (1976)
Denise LaSalle – Trapped by a Thing Called Love (1972)
Denise LaSalle – On the Loose (1973)
Detroit Emeralds – Do Me Right (1971)
Detroit Emeralds – You Want It, You Got It (1972)
Detroit Emeralds – I'm in Love With You (1973)
Di Melo – Di Melo (1975)
Diana Ross – Diana Ross (1970)
Diana Ross – Everything Is Everything (1970)
Diana Ross – Surrender (1971)
Diana Ross – Last Time I Saw Him (1973)
Diana Ross – Touch Me in the Morning (1973)
Diana Ross – Diana Ross (1976)
Diana Ross – Baby It's Me (1977)
Diana Ross – Ross (1978)
Diana Ross – The Boss (1979)
Dionne Warwick – Very Dionne (1970)
Dionne Warwick – Dionne (1972)
Dionne Warwick – Just Being Myself (1973)
Dionne Warwick – Track of the Cat (1975)
Dionne Warwick – Dionne (1979)
Dionne Warwicke – Then Came You (1975)
Dobie Gray – Drift Away (1973)
Dom Salvador e Abolição – Som, sangue e raça (1971)
Don Covay – Different Strokes for Different Folks (1971)
Don Covay – Super Dude I (1973)
Don Covay – Hot Blood (1975)
Don Julian – Savage! (1973)
Don Nix – Living by the Days (1971)
Donna Summer – Lady of the Night (1974)
Donna Summer – Love to Love You Baby (1975)
Donnie and Joe Emerson – Dreamin' Wild (1979)
Donny Hathaway – Everything Is Everything (1970)
Donny Hathaway – Donny Hathaway (1971)
Donny Hathaway – Come Back, Charleston Blue (1972)
Donny Hathaway – Extension of a Man (1973)
Doris Duke – A Legend in Her Own Time (1971)
Doris Duke – Woman (1975)
Doris Troy – Doris Troy (1970)
Dorothy Moore – Misty Blue (1976)
Double Exposure – Ten Percent (1976)
The Dramatics – Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get (1972)
The Dramatics – A Dramatic Experience (1973)
The Dramatics – Dramatically Yours (1974)
The Dramatics – The Dramatic Jackpot (1975)
The Dramatics – Joy Ride (1976)
The Dynamic Superiors – Pure Pleasure (1975)
The Dynamic Superiors – The Dynamic Superiors (1975)

E
Earth, Wind & Fire – Earth Wind and Fire (1971)
Earth, Wind & Fire – The Need of Love (1972)
Earth, Wind & Fire – Head to the Sky (1973)
Earth, Wind & Fire – Open Our Eyes (1974)
Earth, Wind & Fire – That's the Way of the World (1975)
Earth, Wind & Fire – Spirit (1976)
Earth, Wind & Fire – All 'n All (1977)
East of Underground – East of Underground (1971)
The Ebonys – The Ebonys (1974)
Ecstasy, Passion & Pain – Ecstasy, Passion & Pain (1974)
Eddie Floyd – California Girl (1970)
Eddie Floyd – Down to Earth (1971)
Eddie Floyd – Baby Lay Your Head Down (1973)
Eddie Floyd – Soul Street (1974)
Eddie Hinton – Very Extremely Dangerous (1978)
Eddie Holman – I Love You (1970)
Eddie Kendricks – All By Myself (1971)
Eddie Kendricks – People... Hold On (1972)
Eddie Kendricks – Eddie Kendricks (1973)
Eddie Kendricks – Boogie Down (1974)
Edwin Starr – War & Peace (1970)
Edwin Starr – Involved (1971)
Edwin Starr – Hell Up in Harlem (1974)
Eleanore Mills – This Is Eleanore Mills (1974)
Elis Regina – ...Em Pleno Verão (1970)
Elis Regina – Ela (1971)
Elkie Brooks – Two Days Away (1977)
Elkie Brooks – Live and Learn (1979)
Emotions – Rejoice (1977)
The Emotions – So I Can Love You (1970)
The Emotions – Untouched (1972)
The Emotions – Flowers (1976)
The Emotions – Sunbeam (1978)
Eric Burdon and War – Eric Burdon Declares 'War' (1970)
Eric Burdon and War – Love Is All Around (1976)
Eric Mercury – http://www.youtube.com/Funky Sounds Nurtured in the Fertile Soil of Memphis That Smell of Rock (1972)
Ernie Hines – Electrified (1972)
The Escorts – All We Need (Is Another Chance) (1973)
Essra Mohawk – Primordial Lovers (1970)
Essra Mohawk – Essra Mohawk (1974)
Esther Phillips – Alone Again, Naturally (1972)
Esther Phillips – From a Whisper to a Scream (1972)
Esther Phillips – Black-Eyed Blues (1973)
Esther Phillips – Performance (1974)
Esther Phillips – What a Diff'rence a Day Makes (1975)
Esther Phillips – All About Esther Phillips (1978)
Etta James – Etta James Sings Funk (1970)
Etta James – Losers Weepers (1971)
Etta James – Etta James (1973)
Etta James – Come a Little Closer (1974)
Etta James – Etta Is Betta Than Evah (1976)
Etta James – Deep in the Night (1978)
Eugene McDaniels – Outlaw (1970)
Eugene McDaniels – Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse (1971)
Evelyn 'Champagne' King – Smooth Talk (1977)

F
The Fatback Band – Feel My Soul (1974)
Faze-O – Riding High (1977)
First Choice – Armed and Extremely Dangerous (1973)
Fontella Bass – Free (1972)
The Four Seasons – Chameleon (1972)
Four Tops – Changing Times (1970)
Four Tops – Still Waters Run Deep (1970)
Four Tops – Keeper of the Castle (1972)
Four Tops – Nature Planned It (1972)
Four Tops – Main Street People (1973)
Four Tops – Meeting of the Minds (1974)
Frankie Dymon Jr. – Let it Out (1971)
Fred Hughes – Baby Boy (1970)
Freda Payne – Band of Gold (1970)
Freda Payne – Contact (1971)
Freddie North – Friend (1971)
Freddie North – Cuss the Wind (1975)
Frederick Knight – I've Been Lonely for So Long (1973)
Funkadelic – America Eats Its Young (1972)
Funkadelic – Cosmic Slop (1973)
The Futures – Castles in the Sky (1975)
The Fuzz – The Fuzz (1971)

G
The Gap Band – The Gap Band II (1979)
Geater Davis – Sweet Woman's Love (1971)
Gene Page – Blacula (1972)
Gene Page – Hot City (1974)
General Johnson – Generally Speaking (1972)
George McCrae – Rock Your Baby (1974)
Gerson King Combo – Gerson King Combo (1977)
Gil Scott-Heron – Pieces of a Man (1971)
Gil Scott-Heron – Free Will (1972)
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Winter in America (1974)
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Bridges (1977)
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Secrets (1978)
Gladys Knight – Miss Gladys Knight (1978)
Gladys Knight – Gladys Knight (1979)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – If I Were Your Woman (1971)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – Standing Ovation (1971)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – All I Need Is Time (1973)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – Imagination (1973)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – Neither One of Us (1973)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – Claudine (1974)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – I Feel a Song (1974)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – Knight Time (1974)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – 2nd Anniversary (1975)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – A Little Knight Music (1975)
Gladys Knight & The Pips – Pipe Dreams (1976)
The Glass House – Inside the Glass House (1971)
Gloria Jones – Share My Love (1973)
Gloria Scott – What Am I Gonna Do (1974)
Greg Perry – One for the Road (1975)
Greg Perry – Smokin' (1977)
Gregg and Duane Allman – Duane & Greg Allman (1973)
The Grodeck Whipperjenny – The Grodeck Whipperjenny (1970)
Guitar Red – Hard Times (1976)
Gwen McCrae – Rockin' Chair (1975)

H
Harlem River Drive – Harlem River Drive (1971)
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – I Miss You (1972)
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – Black & Blue (1973)
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – To Be True (1975)
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – Wake Up Everybody (1975)
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – Reaching for the World (1976)
The Headhunters – Straight From the Gate (1977)
Heatwave – Central Heating (1978)
Heatwave – Hot Property (1979)
High Voltage – High Voltage (1972)
Honey Cone – Soulful Tapestry (1971)
Honey Cone – Sweet Replies (1971)
Hot Chocolate – Cicero Park (1974)
Hot Chocolate – Hot Chocolate (1975)
Hot Chocolate – Man to Man (1976)
Hot Chocolate – Every 1's a Winner (1978)
Howard Tate – Howard Tate (1972)
The Human Zoo – The Human Zoo (1970)
Humble Pie – Eat It (1973)
Hyldon – Na rua, na chuva, na fazenda (1975)

I
Ike & Tina Turner – Come Together (1970)
Ike & Tina Turner – Workin' Together (1970)
Ike & Tina Turner – 'Nuff Said (1971)
Ike & Tina Turner – Feel Good (1972)
Ike & Tina Turner – Sweet Rhode Island Red (1974)
Impact – Impact (1976)
The Impressions – Check Out Your Mind (1970)
The Impressions – Times Have Changed (1972)
The Impressions – Preacher Man (1973)
The Impressions – Three the Hard Way (1974)
Inez Foxx – At Memphis (1973)
Irma Thomas – In Between Tears (1973)
Isaac Hayes – ...To Be Continued (1970)
Isaac Hayes – The Isaac Hayes Movement (1970)
Isaac Hayes – Black Moses (1971)
Isaac Hayes – Shaft (1971)
Isaac Hayes – Joy (1973)
Isaac Hayes – Tough Guys (1974)
Isaac Hayes – Truck Turner (1974)
Isaac Hayes – Chocolate Chip (1975)
Isaac Hayes – Groove-A-Thon (1976)
Isaac Hayes – Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak) (1976)
Isaac Hayes – New Horizon (1977)
Isaac Hayes – HotBed (1978)
Isaac Hayes – Don't Let Go (1979)
Isis – Isis (1974)
Isis – Ain't No Backin' Up Now (1975)
The Isley Brothers – Get Into Something (1970)
The Isley Brothers – Givin' It Back (1971)
The Isley Brothers – Brother, Brother, Brother (1972)
The Isley Brothers – 3 + 3 (1973)
The Isley Brothers – Live It Up (1974)
The Isley Brothers – The Heat Is On (1975)
The Isley Brothers – Harvest for the World (1976)
The Isley Brothers – Go for Your Guns (1977)
The Isley Brothers – Showdown (1978)
The Isley Brothers – Winner Takes All (1979)

J
J.J. Johnson – Across 110th Street (1972)
J.R. Bailey – Just Me 'n You (1974)
Jackie Wilson – This Love Is Real (1970)
Jackie Wilson – You Got Me Walking (1971)
Jackie Wilson – Beautiful Day (1973)
Jackie Wilson – Nobody but You (1976)
Jackson 5 – ABC (1970)
Jackson 5 – Christmas Album (1970)
Jackson 5 – Third Album (1970)
Jackson 5 – Maybe Tomorrow (1971)
Jackson 5 – Lookin' Through the Windows (1972)
Jackson 5 – Skywriter (1973)
Jackson 5 – Moving Violation (1975)
Jackson Sisters – Jackson Sisters (1976)
The Jacksons – The Jacksons (1976)
The Jacksons – Goin' Places (1977)
The Jacksons – Destiny (1978)
James Brown – It's a New Day - Let a Man Come In (1970)
James Brown – Soul on Top (1970)
James Brown – Get on the Good Foot (1972)
James Brown – The Payback (1973)
James Brown – Hell (1974)
James Brown – Reality (1975)
James Brown – Hot (1976)
James Brown – Bodyheat (1977)
Jean Carne – Jean Carn (1976)
Jean Carne – When I Find You Love (1979)
Jean Knight – Mr. Big Stuff (1971)
Jean Terrell – I Had to Fall in Love (1978)
Jerry Butler – http://www.youtube.com/Sings Assorted Sounds With the Aid of Assorted Friends and Relatives (1971)
Jerry Lee Lewis – Southern Roots (1973)
Jimmy Cliff – Struggling Man (1973)
Jimmy Lewis – Totally Involved (1974)
Jimmy Smith – In a Plain Brown Wrapper (1971)
Joe Bataan – Mr. New York and the East Side Kids (1971)
Joe Bataan – Saint Latin's Day Massacre (1972)
Joe Bataan – Salsoul (1973)
Joe Cuba Sextet – Bustin' Out (1972)
Joe Simon – The Sounds of Simon (1971)
Joe Simon – Drowning in the Sea of Love (1972)
Joe Simon – The Power of Joe Simon (1973)
Joe Tex – From the Roots Came the Rapper (1972)
Joe Tex – I Gotcha (1972)
Johnnie Taylor – One Step Beyond (1970)
Johnnie Taylor – Taylored in Silk (1973)
Johnnie Taylor – Super Taylor (1974)
Johnnie Taylor – Eargasm (1976)
Johnnie Taylor – Rated Extraordinaire (1977)
Johnny 'Guitar' Watson – Listen (1973)
Johnny 'Guitar' Watson – I Don't Want to Be Alone, Stranger (1975)
Johnny 'Guitar' Watson – Ain't That a Bitch (1976)
Johnny Bristol – Hang On in There Baby (1974)
Johnny Bristol – Feeling the Magic (1975)
Johnny Pate – Brother on the Run (1973)
Johnny Pate – Shaft in Africa (1973)
Johnny Robinson – Memphis High (1970)
Johnny Sayles – Man on the Inside (1973)
Jon Lucien – Rashida (1973)
Jon Lucien – Mind's Eye (1974)
The Jones Girls – The Jones Girls (1979)
Jorge Ben – Fôrça bruta (1970)
Jorge Ben – Negro é lindo (1971)
Jorge Ben – A Banda do Zé Pretinho (1978)
Jr. and His Soulettes – Psychodelic Sounds (1971)
Junior Parker – Love Ain't Nothin' but a Business Goin' On (1972)

K
Kim Tolliver – Come and Get Me, I'm Ready (1973)
Kimberley Briggs – Passing Clouds (1972)
김정미 [Kim Jung Mi] – Now (1973)
King Curtis – Everybody's Talkin' (1972)
King Floyd – King Floyd (1971)
King Floyd – Think About It (1973)
King Hannibal – Truth (1973)
Krystyna Prońko – Deszcz w Cisnej (1978)

L
L.T.D. – Togetherness (1978)
La Clave – La Clave (1973)
Labelle – Gonna Take a Miracle (1971)
Labelle – Labelle (1971)
Labelle – Moon Shadow (1972)
Labelle – Pressure Cookin' (1973)
Labelle – Nightbirds (1974)
Labelle – Phoenix (1975)
Labelle – Chameleon (1976)
Labi Siffre – Remember My Song (1975)
Lamont Dozier – Out Here on My Own (1973)
Lamont Dozier – Black Bach (1974)
Lamont Dozier – Love and Beauty (1974)
Lamont Dozier – Peddlin' Music on the Side (1977)
Larry Graham and Graham Central Station – My Radio Sure Sounds Good to Me (1978)
Larry Jon Wilson – New Beginnings (1975)
Larry Jon Wilson – Let Me Sing My Song to You (1976)
Larry Jon Wilson – Loose Change (1977)
Larry Saunders – Free Angela (feat. Others) (1973)
Latimore – Latimore (1973)
Latimore – Let's Straighten It Out - More, More, More Latimore (1974)
Latimore – III (1975)
Latimore – It Ain't Where You Been... (1976)
Laura Lee – Love More Than Pride (1972)
Laura Lee – Two Sides of Laura Lee (1972)
Laura Lee – Women's Love Rights (1972)
Laura Nyro – Smile (1976)
Laura Nyro – Nested (1978)
Lee Dorsey – Yes We Can (1970)
Lee Dorsey – Night People (1978)
Lee Fields – Let's Talk It Over (1979)
Lee Moses – Time and Place (1971)
Lenny Williams – Spark of Love (1978)
Leon & Mary Russell – Wedding Album (1976)
Leon Haywood – Come and Get Yourself Some (1975)
Leon Thomas – Blues and the Soulful Truth (1972)
Leon Ware – Musical Massage (1976)
Leon Ware – Inside Is Love (1979)
Leon's Creation – This Is the Beginning (1970)
Leroy Hutson – Love Oh Love (1973)
Leroy Hutson – The Man! (1974)
Leroy Hutson – Hutson (1975)
Leroy Hutson – Feel the Spirit (1976)
Leroy Hutson – Hutson II (1976)
Letta – Letta (1970)
Letta Mbulu – Naturally (1973)
Linda Lewis – Lark (1972)
Little Beaver – Joey (1972)
Little Johnny Taylor – Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (1972)
Little Johnny Taylor – Open House At My House (1973)
Little Milton – If Walls Could Talk (1970)
Little Milton – Waiting for Little Milton (1973)
Little Milton – Blues 'n' Soul (1974)
Little Richard – The Rill Thing (1970)
Little Richard – King of Rock and Roll (1971)
Little Sonny – Black & Blue (1971)
Little Sonny – Hard Goin' Up (1973)
Loleatta Holloway – Cry to Me (1975)
Loleatta Holloway – Loleatta (1976)
Lorraine Ellison – Lorraine Ellison (1974)
The Lost Generation – The Sly, Slick and the Wicked (1970)
Lou Bond – Lou Bond (1974)
Lou Courtney – I'm in Need of Love (1974)
Lou Johnson – With You in Mind (1971)
Lou Ragland – He Says 'Understand Each Other” (1977)
Lou Rawls – A Man of Value (1972)
Lou Rawls – All Things in Time (1976)
Lou Rawls – Unmistakably Lou (1977)
Lou Rawls – When You Hear Lou, You've Heard It All (1977)
Love Unlimited – Love Unlimited (1972)
Love Unlimited – Under the Influence of... Love Unlimited (1973)
Love Unlimited – In Heat (1974)
Love Unlimited – He's All I've Got (1977)
Love Unlimited – Love Is Back (1979)
Love Unlimited Orchestra – Rhapsody in White (1974)
Love Unlimited Orchestra – Together Brothers (1974)
Love Unlimited Orchestra – White Gold (1974)
Love Unlimited Orchestra – Music Maestro Please (1975)
Love Unlimited Orchestra – My Sweet Summer Suite (1976)
Lowrell – Lowrell (1979)
Luiz Melodia – Pérola negra (1973)
Luther Ingram – I've Been Here All the Time (1971)
Luther Ingram – (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right (1972)
Lyn Collins – Think (About It) (1972)
Lyn Collins – Check Me Out If You Don't Know Me by Now (1975)

M
Maarit – Siivet saan (1978)
Maceo & All the King's Men – Funky Music Machine (1972)
The Main Ingredient – Bitter Sweet (1972)
The Main Ingredient – Afrodisiac (1973)
The Main Ingredient – Euphrates River (1974)
Major Harris – My Way (1975)
Major Harris – Jealousy (1976)
The Mamas & The Papas – People Like Us (1971)
The Manhattans – The Manhattans (1976)
Marcos Valle – Garra (1971)
Margie Joseph – Margie Joseph Makes a New Impression (1970)
Margie Joseph – Phase II (1971)
Margie Joseph – Margie Joseph (1973)
Margie Joseph – Sweet Surrender (1974)
Margie Joseph – Feeling My Way (1978)
Maria Muldaur – Southern Winds (1978)
Marie Queenie Lyons – Soul Fever (1970)
Marku Ribas – Marku (1973)
Marlena Shaw – Who Is This Bitch, Anyway? (1975)
Marsha Hunt – Woman Child (1971)
Martha Reeves – Martha Reeves (1974)
Martha Reeves & The Vandellas – Black Magic (1972)
The Marvelettes – The Return of The Marvelettes (1970)
Marvin Gaye – What's Going On (1971)
Marvin Gaye – Trouble Man (1972)
Marvin Gaye – Diana & Marvin (1973)
Marvin Gaye – Let's Get It On (1973)
Marvin Gaye – I Want You (1976)
Marvin Gaye – Here, My Dear (1978)
Marvin Gaye – Love Man (1979)
Mary McCreary – Butterflies in Heaven (1973)
Mavis Staples – Only for the Lonely (1970)
Mavis Staples – A Piece of the Action (1977)
Maxayn – Maxayn (1972)
Maxayn – Mindful (1973)
Maxayn – Bail Out for Fun (1974)
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly – Maze (1977)
Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly – Golden Time of Day (1978)
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly – Inspiration (1979)
Melissa Manchester – Don't Cry Out Loud (1978)
Melvin Van Peebles – What The....You Mean I Can't Sing?! (1974)
Mer-Da – Long Burn the Fire (1972)
Merry Clayton – Gimme Shelter (1970)
Merry Clayton – Merry Clayton (1971)
Merry Clayton – Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow (1975)
Messengers Incorporated – Soulful Proclamation (1970)
MFSB – Love Is the Message (1973)
MFSB – MFSB (1973)
MFSB – Philadelphia Freedom (1975)
MFSB – Universal Love (1975)
The MG's – The MG's (1973)
Miami – The Party Freaks (1974)
Michael Franks – Sleeping Gypsy (1977)
Michael Henderson – In the Night-Time (1978)
Michael Jackson – Ben (1972)
Michael Jackson – Got to Be There (1972)
Michael Jackson – Music & Me (1973)
Michael Jackson – Forever, Michael (1975)
Miguel de Deus – Black Soul Brothers (1977)
Mike James Kirkland – Hang On in There (1972)
Mike James Kirkland – Doin' It Right (1973)
Millie Jackson – Millie Jackson (1972)
Millie Jackson – It Hurts So Good (1973)
Millie Jackson – Caught Up (1974)
Millie Jackson – Millie (1974)
Millie Jackson – Still Caught Up (1975)
Millie Jackson – Free and in Love (1976)
Millie Jackson – Lovingly Yours (1976)
Millie Jackson – Feelin' Bitchy (1977)
Millie Jackson – Get It Out'cha System (1978)
Millie Jackson – A Moment's Pleasure (1979)
Milton Wright – Friends and Buddies (1975)
Milton Wright – Spaced (1977)
Minnie Riperton – Come to My Garden (1970)
Minnie Riperton – Perfect Angel (1974)
Minnie Riperton – Adventures in Paradise (1975)
Minnie Riperton – Stay in Love: A Romantic Fantasy Set to Music (1977)
Minnie Riperton – Minnie (1979)
The Miracles – Renaissance (1973)
The Miracles – Do It Baby (1974)
The Modulations – It's Rough Out Here (1975)
The Montclairs – Dreaming Out of Season (1972)
Montgomery Express – The Montgomery Movement feat. the Montgomery Express (1974)
Moonlyte – Better Late Than Never (1974)
Mother's Finest – Mother Factor (1978)

N
Nancy Wilson – All in Love Is Fair (1974)
Natalie Cole – Inseparable (1975)
Natalie Cole – Natalie (1976)
Natalie Cole – Thankful (1977)
Natalie Cole – Unpredictable (1977)
Natural Essence – In Search of Happiness (1973)
The Natural Four – Heaven Right Here on Earth (1975)
New Birth – Birth Day (1973)
New Birth – Blind Baby (1975)
The Next Morning – The Next Morning (1971)
Nina Simone – Here Comes the Sun (1971)
Nina Simone – Baltimore (1978)
Nino Ferrer – Nino and Radiah (1974)
Noir – We Had to Let You Have It (1971)
Nolan Porter – No Apologies (1971)
Norma Jean – Norma Jean (1978)

O
O.V. Wright – A Nickel and a Nail and Ace of Spades (1971)
O.V. Wright – Memphis Unlimited (1973)
O.V. Wright – Into Something (Can't Shake Loose) (1977)
O.V. Wright – The Bottom Line (1978)
O.V. Wright – We're Still Together (1979)
The O'Jays – Back Stabbers (1972)
The O'Jays – Ship Ahoy (1973)
The O'Jays – Family Reunion (1975)
The O'Jays – Survival (1975)
The O'Jays – Message in the Music (1976)
The O'Jays – Travelin' at the Speed of Thought (1977)
The O'Jays – So Full of Love (1978)
Odetta – Odetta Sings (1970)
Odyssey – Odyssey (1977)
Ohio Players – Honey (1975)
Ohio Players – Angel (1977)
Oscar Brown Jr. – Movin' On (1972)
Otis Clay – Trying to Live My Life Without You (1972)
Otis Clay – I Can't Take It (1977)
Otis Redding – Tell the Truth (1970)

P
Papa John Creach – Filthy! (1972)
Parliament – Osmium (1970)
Pastor T.L. Barrett – Like a Ship... (Without a Sail) (1971)
Patrice Rushen – Pizzazz (1979)
The Patterson Singers – The Patterson Singers (1972)
Patti Austin – End of a Rainbow (1976)
Patti Austin – Havana Candy (1977)
Patti LaBelle – Patti LaBelle (1977)
Paul Kelly – Dirt (1972)
Paul Kelly – Don't Burn Me (1973)
Paulo Diniz – Quero voltar p'ra Bahia (1970)
Peaches & Herb – 2 Hot! (1978)
People's Choice – Boogie Down U.S.A. (1975)
The Persuaders – Thin Line Between Love and Hate (1972)
The Persuaders – The Persuaders (1973)
The Persuasions – Street Corner Symphony (1971)
The Persuasions – Chirpin' (1977)
Phyllis Hyman – Phyllis Hyman (1977)
Phyllis Hyman – You Know How to Love Me (1979)
Pleasure – Dust Yourself Off (1975)
Pockets – Come Go With Us (1977)
The Pointer Sisters – The Pointer Sisters (1973)
The Pointer Sisters – Steppin' (1975)
The Pointer Sisters – Having a Party (1977)
The Pointer Sisters – Energy (1978)
The Politicians – The Politicians featuring McKinley Jackson (1972)
Prince – For You (1978)
Prince – Prince (1979)
Prince Phillip Mitchell – Make It Good (1978)
Purple Image – Purple Image (1970)

Q
Quincy Jones – Sounds ... And Stuff Like That!! (1978)

R
The Rance Allen Group – A Soulful Experience (1975)
The Rance Allen Group – Say My Friend (1977)
Randy Crawford – Raw Silk (1979)
Rare Earth – Ecology (1970)
Rare Earth – Ma (1973)
Raw Soul Express – Raw Soul Express (1976)
Ray Charles – Volcanic Action of My Soul (1971)
Ray Charles – A Message From the People (1972)
Ray Charles – Renaissance (1975)
Ray, Goodman & Brown – Ray, Goodman & Brown (1979)
Raydio – Raydio (1978)
Raydio – Rock On (1979)
The Reflections – Love on Delivery (1975)
Renée Geyer – Moving Along (1977)
Renée Geyer Band – Ready to Deal (1975)
Rick James – Fire It Up (1979)
Rita Coolidge – The Lady's Not for Sale (1972)
Roberta Flack – Chapter Two (1970)
Roberta Flack – Quiet Fire (1971)
Roberta Flack – Killing Me Softly (1973)
Roberta Flack – Feel Like Makin' Love (1975)
Roberta Flack – Blue Lights in the Basement (1977)
Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway – Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway (1972)
Ronnie McNeir – Ronnie McNeir (1972)
Rose Royce – Rose Royce II: In Full Bloom (1977)
Rose Royce – Strikes Again (1978)
Rose Royce – Rose Royce IV: Rainbow Connection (1979)
Rotary Connection – Hey Love (1971)
Roy Ayers – Everybody Loves the Sunshine (1976)
Ruby Andrews – Everybody Saw You (1970)
Ruby Andrews – Black Ruby (1972)
Ruby Jones – Ruby Jones (1971)
The Ruffin Brothers – I Am My Brother's Keeper (1970)
Rufus – Rufus (1973)
Rufus – Rags to Rufus (1974)
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan – Rufusized (1974)
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan – Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan (1975)
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan – Ask Rufus (1977)
Rufus Thomas – Do the Funky Chicken (1970)
Ruth Copeland – Self Portrait (1970)

S
S.O.U.L. – What Is It (1971)
S.O.U.L. – Can You Feel It (1972)
Sam & Dave – Back at 'Cha! (1975)
Sam Cooke – The 2 Sides of Sam Cooke (1970)
Sam Dees – The Show Must Go On (1975)
Sammy Davis, Jr. – Now (1972)
Sandra Phillips – Too Many People in One Bed (1970)
Shalamar – Big Fun (1979)
Shirley Bassey – Something (1970)
Shirley Brown – Woman to Woman (1974)
Shirley Brown – Shirley Brown (1977)
Shirley Nanette – Never Coming Back (1973)
Shuggie Otis – Freedom Flight (1971)
Shuggie Otis – Inspiration Information (1974)
Simtec & Wylie – Getting Over the Hump (1971)
Sister Sledge – Circle of Love (1975)
Sister Sledge – We Are Family (1979)
Skull Snaps – Skull Snaps (1973)
Sly & The Family Stone – There's a Riot Goin' On (1971)
Sly & The Family Stone – Fresh (1973)
Sly & The Family Stone – Small Talk (1974)
Sly & The Family Stone – Back on the Right Track (1979)
Smoke – Risin' (1976)
Smokey Robinson – Smokey (1973)
Smokey Robinson – Pure Smokey (1974)
Smokey Robinson – A Quiet Storm (1975)
Smokey Robinson – Smokey's Family Robinson (1976)
Smokey Robinson – Where There's Smoke.. (1979)
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles – A Pocket Full of Miracles (1970)
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles – One Dozen Roses (1971)
Solomon Burke – Electronic Magnetism (1971)
Solomon Burke – Cool Breeze (1972)
Solomon Burke – We're Almost Home (1972)
The Soul Children – Best of Two Worlds (1971)
The Soul Children – Genesis (1972)
The Soul Children – Friction (1974)
The Soul Children – Where Is Your Woman Tonight? (1977)
The Soul Searchers – We the People (1972)
The Soul Searchers – Salt of the Earth (1974)
Sounds of the City Experience – Sounds of the City Experience (1976)
The Southside Movement – The South Side Movement (1973)
Spanky – Doin' It (1970)
Special Delivery – The Lonely One (1976)
The Spinners – 2nd Time Around (1970)
The Spinners – Spinners (1973)
The Spinners – Mighty Love (1974)
The Spinners – New and Improved (1974)
The Spinners – Pick of the Litter (1975)
The Spinners – Happiness Is Being With The Spinners (1976)
Spirit of Atlanta – The Burning of Atlanta (1973)
Stairsteps – 2nd Resurrection (1976)
The Staple Singers – We'll Get Over (1970)
The Staple Singers – The Staple Swingers (1971)
The Staple Singers – Be Altitude: Respect Yourself (1972)
The Staple Singers – Be What You Are (1973)
The Staple Singers – City in the Sky (1974)
The Staples – Pass It On (1976)
Stevie Wonder – Signed, Sealed & Delivered (1970)
Stevie Wonder – Where I'm Coming From (1971)
Stevie Wonder – Music of My Mind (1972)
Stevie Wonder – Talking Book (1972)
Stevie Wonder – Innervisions (1973)
Stevie Wonder – Fulfillingness' First Finale (1974)
Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life (1976)
Stories – About Us (1973)
The Stylistics – The Stylistics (1971)
The Stylistics – Round 2 (1972)
The Stylistics – Rockin' Roll Baby (1973)
The Stylistics – Thank You Baby (1975)
Sugar Billy – Super Duper Love (1975)
The Supremes & The Four Tops – The Magnificent 7 (1970)
The Supremes – New Ways But Love Stays (1970)
The Supremes – Right On (1970)
The Supremes – Touch (1971)
The Supremes – Floy Joy (1972)
Swamp Dogg – Total Destruction to Your Mind (1970)
Swamp Dogg – Rat On! (1971)
Swamp Dogg – Cuffed, Collared and Tagged (1972)
Swamp Dogg – Gag a Maggott (1973)
Swamp Dogg – Have You Heard This Story? (1974)
Sweet Charles – For Sweet People From Sweet Charles (1974)
The Sweet Inspirations – Estelle, Myrna and Sylvia (1973)
Switch – Switch (1978)
Syl Johnson – Is It Because I'm Black (1970)
Syl Johnson – Back for a Taste of Your Love (1973)
Syl Johnson – Diamond in the Rough (1974)
Syl Johnson – Total Explosion (1976)
The Sylvers – The Sylvers (1972)
The Sylvers – The Sylvers II (1973)
Sylvester – Sylvester (1977)
Sylvia – Pillow Talk (1973)
Sylvia Robinson – Sylvia (1976)
Syreeta – Syreeta (1972)
Syreeta – Stevie Wonder Presents Syreeta (1974)
Syreeta – One to One (1977)

T
T.N.T.H. – Let's Go Children of the Country (1972)
Taj Mahal – Music Keeps Me Together (1975)
Tami Lynn – Love Is Here and Now You're Gone (1972)
Tamiko Jones – Love Trip (1975)
Tavares – Check It Out (1974)
Tavares – Hard Core Poetry (1974)
Tavares – In the City (1975)
Tavares – Sky High! (1976)
Tavares – Madam Butterfly (1979)
Ted Taylor – Taylor Made (1972)
Teddy Pendergrass – Teddy Pendergrass (1977)
Teddy Pendergrass – Life Is a Song Worth Singing (1978)
Teddy Pendergrass – Teddy (1979)
The Temptations – Psychedelic Shack (1970)
The Temptations – Sky's the Limit (1971)
The Temptations – All Directions (1972)
The Temptations – Solid Rock (1972)
The Temptations – 1990 (1973)
The Temptations – Masterpiece (1973)
The Temptations – A Song for You (1975)
The Temptations – House Party (1975)
The Temptations – The Temptations Do The Temptations (1976)
The Temptations – Wings of Love (1976)
Terry Callier – Occasional Rain (1972)
Terry Callier – What Color Is Love (1972)
Terry Callier – I Just Can't Help Myself (1973)
Terry Callier – Fire on Ice (1978)
Terry Callier – Turn You to Love (1979)
Thelma Houston – Thelma Houston (1972)
Thelma Houston – Any Way You Like It (1976)
The Three Degrees – Maybe (1970)
The Three Degrees – The Three Degrees (1973)
The Three Degrees – International (1975)
Tim Maia – Tim Maia (1970)
Tim Maia – Tim Maia (1971)
Tim Maia – Tim Maia (1972)
Tim Maia – Tim Maia (1973)
Tim Maia – Racional vol. 1 (1975)
Tim Maia – Racional vol. 2 (1975)
Tim Maia – Tim Maia (1976)
Tim Maia – Tim Maia (1977)
Tim Maia – Tim Maia (1978)
Timmy Thomas – Why Can't We Live Together (1972)
Tina Turner – Tina Turns the Country On! (1974)
Tina Turner – Acid Queen (1975)
Tom Brock – I Love You More and More (1974)
Tom Jones – I (Who Have Nothing) (1970)
Tommie Young – Do You Still Feel the Same Way (1973)
Toni Tornado – BR-3 (1971)
Toni Tornado – Toni Tornado (1972)
Tower of Power – East Bay Grease (1970)
Tower of Power – Bump City (1972)
Tower of Power – Tower of Power (1973)
Tower of Power – Back to Oakland (1974)
Tower of Power – Urban Renewal (1975)
Tracy Nelson – Tracy Nelson (1974)
The Trammps – The Legendary Zing Album (1975)
The Trammps – Trammps (1975)
The Trammps – Where the Happy People Go (1976)
Turner Bros. – Act 1 (1974)
The Tymes – Trustmaker (1974)
Tyrone Davis – Turn Back the Hands of Time (1970)
Tyrone Davis – I Had It All the Time (1972)

U
The Undisputed Truth – The Undisputed Truth (1971)
The Undisputed Truth – Face to Face With the Truth (1972)
The Undisputed Truth – Law of the Land (1973)
The Undisputed Truth – Down to Earth (1974)
The Undisputed Truth – Cosmic Truth (1975)
The Undisputed Truth – Higher Than High (1975)
The Undisputed Truth – Method to the Madness (1976)

V
Valerie Simpson – Exposed (1971)
Valerie Simpson – Valerie Simpson (1972)
Various Artists – Gordon's War (1973)
Various Artists – Wattstax 2: The Living Word (1973)
Velvert Turner Group – Velvert Turner Group (1972)
Vicki Sue Robinson – Never Gonna Let You Go (1976)
The Voices of East Harlem – Right On Be Free (1970)
The Voices of East Harlem – The Voices of East Harlem (1973)

W
WAR – All Day Music (1971)
WAR – War (1971)
WAR – The World Is a Ghetto (1972)
WAR – Deliver the Word (1973)
WAR – Why Can't We Be Friends? (1975)
Wayne McGhie & The Sounds of Joy – Wayne McGhie & The Sounds of Joy (1970)
Wee – You Can Fly on My Aeroplane (1977)
William Bell – Wow... (1971)
William Bell – Phases of Reality (1972)
William Bell – Coming Back for More (1977)
William DeVaughn – Be Thankful for What You Got (1974)
William S. Fischer – Akelarre (1972)
Willie Henderson – Funky Chicken (1970)
Willie Hutch – Fully Exposed (1973)
Willie Hutch – The Mack (1973)
Willie Hutch – Foxy Brown (1974)
Willie Hutch – The Mark of the Beast (1974)
Willie Wright – Telling the Truth (1977)
Wilson Pickett – Right On (1970)
Wilson Pickett – Wilson Pickett in Philadelphia (1970)
Wilson Pickett – Don't Knock My Love (1971)
Wilson Pickett – Miz Lena's Boy (1973)
Wilson Pickett – Pickett in the Pocket (1974)
Wilson Pickett – Chocolate Mountain (1976)
Wilson Simonal – Simonal (1970)

Y
Yvonne Fair – The Bitch Is Black (1975)

Z
Z.Z. Hill – The Brand New Z.Z. Hill (1971)
Z.Z. Hill – The Best Thing That's Happened to Me (1972)
Z.Z. Hill – I Keep on Lovin' You (1975)

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 19:50 (one year ago) Permalink

Oooh!!! I'll be in on this!

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 19:57 (one year ago) Permalink

I think you will know what I want to nominate too

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 19:58 (one year ago) Permalink

oh, only 10 noms :(

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 19:58 (one year ago) Permalink

there's 7 funkadelic albums at least I'd want to see on there
then parliament then the spin offs

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:00 (one year ago) Permalink

i don't know if it's too "disco" to count (meh) but "off the wall" is suspiciously missing from the mj run.

a basset hound (strongo hulkington's ghost dad), Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:00 (one year ago) Permalink

Yes, I noticed that. But when I included disco in the RYM chart I got far too many false results. I mean, Moroder is awesome, but not exactly soul.

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:02 (one year ago) Permalink

Oh, and CS, I accept bribes :)

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:04 (one year ago) Permalink

haha

Could you please add all the missing 70s Funkadelic & Parliament & Ohio Players albums then? They are big albums in funk/soul.

Spin offs are more niche and im sure the rest of us could add them between us :)

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:08 (one year ago) Permalink

Funkadelic Albums:

Funkadelic
Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow
Maggot Brain
Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On
Let's Take It To The Stage
One Nation Under A Groove
Uncle Jam Wants You

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:10 (one year ago) Permalink

Parliament Albums:

Up For The Down Stroke
Chocolate City
Mothership Connection
The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein
Funkentelechy Vs. The Placebo Syndrome
Motor Booty Affair

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:12 (one year ago) Permalink

Ohio Players Albums:

Pain
Pleasure
Ecstacy
Skin Tight
Fire
Contradiction

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:13 (one year ago) Permalink

I've heard like 1% of that list, so I'm not sure I'll be able to vote, but this sounds awesome. I would love to get deep into 70s soul.

jmm, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:27 (one year ago) Permalink

70s soul and country have been my biggest digging projects over the past few years, so I'm totally down for this.

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:36 (one year ago) Permalink

Is there a rule on live albums and/or '70s recordings released in later decades? Because I'd nominate James Brown's Love Power Peace.

Also, Aretha's Amazing Grace.

Montgomery Burns' Jazz (Tarfumes The Escape Goat), Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:36 (one year ago) Permalink

Great list. So many of my favourites are already covered. I'm ready to campaign hard for Syreeta and Minnie Riperton.

Kitchen Person, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:38 (one year ago) Permalink

Donnie and Joe Emerson – Dreamin' Wild (1979)

Jesus fuck! Can we institute a ban on this album?!

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:39 (one year ago) Permalink

I don't really think of P-Funk as a soul act. The Parliaments, yeah, but that was the 60s.

I mean, have 'em on the list and all, but they're a soul outlier at best.

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:47 (one year ago) Permalink

Eddie Hazel - Games, Dames And Guitar Thangs
Graham Central Station - Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It
Graham Central Station - Release Yourself
Mandrill - Composite Truth
Mandrill - Just Outside Of Town
Mandrill - Is
Mandrill - Mandrill
Mutiny - Mutiny On The Mamaship
Quazar - Quazar
Sweat Band - Sweat Band

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:52 (one year ago) Permalink

funk is a sub-genre of soul!

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:53 (one year ago) Permalink

you would need to lose half the noms if you dont allow funk!

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:53 (one year ago) Permalink

got some nominations for you

Barbara Pennington - Midnight Ride
Evelyn Thomas -I Wanna Make It On My Own
Randy Crawford - Miss Randy Crawford

3/10

soref, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:53 (one year ago) Permalink

look at the master list and all the funk that's in there

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 20:57 (one year ago) Permalink

OK, I asked the mods to update the original list with the P-funk albums and correct a few errors.

Is there a rule on live albums and/or '70s recordings released in later decades?

The main poll is for albums released in the 1970s. Live recordings would be a good theme for a side poll though.

I added Amazing Grace and the nominations from Cosmic Slop and soref to the list (offline, will post an update every few days).

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:00 (one year ago) Permalink

Will definitely vote in this--first poll that's interested me in a while--but I'm sure I'll have the same problem as a few other people: almost all my favourite '70s soul albums are compilations. But I understand why you wouldn't want to include them.

clemenza, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:00 (one year ago) Permalink

Hmm, another side poll?

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:06 (one year ago) Permalink

Oh, Sweat Band was released in 1980, so you get an extra nom, Slop.

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:07 (one year ago) Permalink

(xpost) Good idea.

clemenza, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:08 (one year ago) Permalink

That RYM list is pretty deep. Every rare/underappreciated album I initially thought of was already accounted for except for these:

Leon Ware - Leon Ware (1972)
Dee Dee Warwick - Turning Around (1970)
Nolan Porter - Nolan (1972)
Paul Kelly - Hooked, Hogtied & Collared (1974)

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:12 (one year ago) Permalink

Is it ever easy to predict the winner of a big genre poll? I would think this one would be, although maybe I'm wrong.

clemenza, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:15 (one year ago) Permalink

Prob either What's Going On or Songs in the Key of Life, but who knows.

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:16 (one year ago) Permalink

There's so many funk albums I want to nominate!

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:18 (one year ago) Permalink

The Brothers Johnson:

Look Out for #1
Right on Time
Blam!

Lee626, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:19 (one year ago) Permalink

Bo Diddley – Big Bad Bo (1974)

Checking this out now. I didn't know there was this side to him. It's great stuff.

jmm, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:19 (one year ago) Permalink

JF: I was thinking Riot, which won't vote-split.

clemenza, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:20 (one year ago) Permalink

the omnipresence of that Donnie joe album is starting to scare me... is there backmasking involved or something?

brimstead, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:21 (one year ago) Permalink

if you change the title btw to soul/funk then there will be no arguments :)

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:23 (one year ago) Permalink

I dont know the Donnie and Joe Emerson – Dreamin' Wild (1979) what have i missed?

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:23 (one year ago) Permalink

Rita Coolidge and Charlie Rich on this list seems weird, but eh (I like both of those albums, too).

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:24 (one year ago) Permalink

I dont know the Donnie and Joe Emerson – Dreamin' Wild (1979) what have i missed?

It's a "long lost" (read: private press album nobody ever heard until a few years ago) that's some pseudo-Hall & Oates shit hipsters love.

Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:25 (one year ago) Permalink

What do others think about Elis Regina, Larry Jon Wilson and Stories? I wouldn't call any of them "soul" myself, but maybe I'm missing something.... Fantastic list!

Nominations:
Howard Tate Reaction 1970
Esther Phillips Burnin' 1970
Esther Phillips Confessin' the Blues 1976
Allen Toussaint Life, Love and Faith 1972
The Dells Like It Is Like It Was 1970
Mel & Tim Starting All Over Again 1972
The Miracles City of Angels 1975
Clarence Reid On the Job 1976
Charlie Whitehead Raw Spitt 1970
Junior Parker I Tell Stories Sad and True, I Sing the Blues and Play Harmonica Too, It Is Very Funky 1972

Edd Hurt, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:32 (one year ago) Permalink

Rita Coolidge and Charlie Rich on this list seems weird
Good call, I removed them from the list.

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:32 (one year ago) Permalink

It's a "long lost" (read: private press album nobody ever heard until a few years ago) that's some pseudo-Hall & Oates shit hipsters love.

― Ⓓⓡ. (Johnny Fever), Saturday, 17 September 2016 22:25 (fourteen minutes ago

ahhhh, ilxors

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:41 (one year ago) Permalink

Updated nominations up to here.

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:45 (one year ago) Permalink

What do others think about Elis Regina, Larry Jon Wilson and Stories? I wouldn't call any of them "soul" myself, but maybe I'm missing something....

If something really sticks out I can always remove it, no problem. On the other hand, if it doesn't feel like soul you can just ignore it when voting starts.

The RYM chart was just an easy way to get this poll started.

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:49 (one year ago) Permalink

Discovering Southern Nights last year was a revelation.

The burrito of ennui (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:53 (one year ago) Permalink

yeah that list has just about anything you could want, really. only thing i can think of to add is "mystic syster" by the equals which is, you know, not something i expect to get a hell of a lot of votes.

a confederacy of lampreys (rushomancy), Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:56 (one year ago) Permalink

if we're talking about culling the list, i love that kim jung mi album but it's _not_ when i think of when i think "'70s soul". but if anyone else was planning on voting for "ga na da ra ma ba, my loving korean alphabet", you know, pipe up.

a confederacy of lampreys (rushomancy), Saturday, 17 September 2016 21:59 (one year ago) Permalink

I have one nom left then but got loads I'd like to nominate but I guess we need some Cameo in here

Cameo - Cardiac Arrest

Cosmic Slop, Saturday, 17 September 2016 22:02 (one year ago) Permalink

Am I the only one to consider The Delfonics debut sort of epochal? It is schmaltzy at places but that only undercuts how beautiful the stuff that works is. It's like hearing something new and amazing come out of the most unlikely places. Thom Bell made sterile, over the top soul heavenly for the first time imo. The Stylistics albums are better but they are fully formed. I find the tension in La La Means I Love You fascinating. Hope I can get into the self titled more by the time voting starts. It never grabbed me as much.

simmel, Saturday, 24 September 2016 13:45 (one year ago) Permalink

*underlines not undercuts obviously

simmel, Saturday, 24 September 2016 17:04 (one year ago) Permalink

~~~ Nominations updated ~~~

ArchCarrier, Saturday, 24 September 2016 17:46 (one year ago) Permalink

Rose Banks - Rose

ǂbait (seandalai), Sunday, 25 September 2016 01:36 (one year ago) Permalink

James Brown - There It Is

YES!!! What a great record.

lingereffect (Kent Burt), Sunday, 25 September 2016 04:17 (one year ago) Permalink

My favorite Brown.

simmel, Sunday, 25 September 2016 13:24 (one year ago) Permalink

Update: The Delfonics self titled is pretty af

simmel, Monday, 26 September 2016 13:40 (one year ago) Permalink

xps pretty much all GSH albums from the 70s are excellent imo

marcos, Monday, 26 September 2016 14:11 (one year ago) Permalink

Like the Delfonics but love the Stylistics. "People Make the World Go Round" is absolutely amazing.

Edd Hurt, Monday, 26 September 2016 14:34 (one year ago) Permalink

I totally agree. It just keeps going, so great.

ArchCarrier, Monday, 26 September 2016 15:09 (one year ago) Permalink

At the moment I'm completely (or should I say 'stone'?) in love with 'Peek-a-Boo'. From reading the lyrics of the chorus ("Peek-a-boo / Guess who's watching you?") you'd expect some Rockwell-type of cokey paranoia, but the sweetness of the Stylistics makes it even more creepier.

ArchCarrier, Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:05 (one year ago) Permalink

Oh, and rushomancy: the word about 'Mystic Syster' is spreading. From the Eddy Grant thread:

Mystic Syster: holy shit!
― hardcore dilettante, Tuesday, September 27, 2016 6:37 AM (nine hours ago)

ArchCarrier, Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:06 (one year ago) Permalink

I'm only listening to the namesake album for the first time, but this track is just gorgeous:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HhV3Slqtvw

rhymes with "blondie blast" (cryptosicko), Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:07 (one year ago) Permalink

Best thing about 'Peek-a-boo' is the way they put the emphasis on 'boo-hoo' instead of on 'pea-heak', which is what you (or I at least) would expect.

ArchCarrier, Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:10 (one year ago) Permalink

Last night, I was just reading about Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes in John A. Jackson's A House on Fire: The Rise and Fall of Philadelphia Soul. I liked this quote about how Gamble & Huff picked the right material for the groups the produced:

The surprise success of the Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes album stemmed from the stirring combination of the voices of the group, the arrangements of Bobby Martin and Thom Bell, and the production of Gamble and Huff. It was also due in part to Gamble and Huff’s uncanny knack of recognizing what type of music a certain artist, and a particular set of circumstances, warranted. In this instance, it meant eliciting an entire album of ballads from a group that thrived on the varied repertoire of song styles offered in their stage act. “Imagine that!” marveled Bernard Wilson thirty years later. “We wouldn’t have done it like that.” We Blue Notes, he said, “didn’t know we were a ballad group” and would have put several “fast tunes” on the album. Most surprising, Wilson claimed that if the group had chosen the album’s songs, “If You Don’t Know Me by Now” would not have survived the final cut. “Shows you how much we knew!” chuckled the singer.

ArchCarrier, Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:17 (one year ago) Permalink

That book comes highly recommended BTW.

ArchCarrier, Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:18 (one year ago) Permalink

After reading about the sad fate of Billy Paul I want to give a shout-out to the opening track of Going East:
https://youtu.be/lFIfzOy0v7Q
(unfortunately the rest of the album didn't grab me the way this one did).

I also really like his cover of 'Your Song':
https://youtu.be/DbgYUj3jQoI

ArchCarrier, Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:22 (one year ago) Permalink

"Oh, and rushomancy: the word about 'Mystic Syster' is spreading."

glad to hear it, though not surprised- once you hear the record it basically sells itself. :)

a confederacy of lampreys (rushomancy), Tuesday, 27 September 2016 14:35 (one year ago) Permalink

Soul and Funk is impossible to choose... I'm going through the 'deeper' cuts in my collection and everything sounds good... I don't think I'll ever complete a top 100... Top 500 mayhaps and that's without counting all the treasures in the genres which I don't know about.

I understand why there's so many house and techno tracks... it's usually a one man job and you don't need studio time to make and release music whenever you want, but how in the hell are there so many soul and funk singles in the 60s and 70s!? Distribution wasn't that easy back then and you definitely need a studio to record soul and funk. There's still lost albums and singles from the decade coming out today and they sound expensive! Thousands of garage rock gems being found doesn't surprise me, they might as well be demos that noone heard but when I hear a lost soul track from the 70's it rarely sounds cheap or homemade. I dont get it

✖✖✖ (Moka), Wednesday, 28 September 2016 05:58 (one year ago) Permalink

Those Thom Bell groups are really special. Part of it is due to William Hart, Russell Thompkins and Bobby Smith being the best ad libbers in the game.

simmel, Wednesday, 28 September 2016 15:47 (one year ago) Permalink

Album cover of the day:
http://i.imgur.com/tzpcquJ.jpg

ArchCarrier, Friday, 30 September 2016 19:13 (one year ago) Permalink

And a few good full albums I found on YouTube the last couple of days:

Marlena Shaw ‎- Who Is This Bitch, Anyway

Atlas - Atlas (also an awesome cover!)

Marie Queenie Lyons - Soul Fever

Yvonne Fair - The Bitch Is Black

Roy C. - Sex And Soul

ArchCarrier, Friday, 30 September 2016 19:17 (one year ago) Permalink

2nd Resurrection by the Stairsteps is pitched somewhere between Riot (murky and distant) and Talking Book (silly and pretty) but it might actually be better than both. Criminally underdiscussed.

simmel, Thursday, 6 October 2016 18:41 (one year ago) Permalink

I'll be voting for 2nd Resurrection. It's a masterpiece.

Kitchen Person, Thursday, 6 October 2016 19:47 (one year ago) Permalink

noms:

Free Life - s/t (1978)
Heatwave - Too Hot to Handle (1976)
Pleasure - Get to the Feeling (1978)
Pleasure - Future Now (1979)
Wood, Brass & Steel - s/t (1976)

5/10

Dominique, Thursday, 6 October 2016 22:08 (one year ago) Permalink

I see I made a mistake in the date in my first post. The voting thread will open on Monday morning, October 10. So you have the whole weekend to sneak in any last-minute nominations.

ArchCarrier, Friday, 7 October 2016 06:48 (one year ago) Permalink

Kool & the Gang - Wild and Peaceful (1973)
Kool & the Gang - Spirit of the Boogie (1975)
WAR - Galaxy (1977)

8/10

Dominique, Friday, 7 October 2016 13:48 (one year ago) Permalink

Bee Gees - Main Course (1975)

9/10

Dominique, Friday, 7 October 2016 14:46 (one year ago) Permalink

Someone please campaign for an oddball hidden classic along the lines of 2nd Resurrection or Dr. Buzzard while there's still time. If there are any of course.

simmel, Saturday, 8 October 2016 19:18 (one year ago) Permalink

Some of my favourite oddball hidden classics.

Milton Wright – Spaced
Greg Perry - Smokin'
Lou Ragland – He Says 'Understand Each Other”
Brick - Brick
The Voices of East Harlem – The Voices of East Harlem
Ace Spectrum – Inner Spectrum
Bloodstone – Bloodstone
Leroy Hutson – Love Oh Love
Rasputin's Stash - Rasputin's Stash

Kitchen Person, Saturday, 8 October 2016 21:54 (one year ago) Permalink

Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!

simmel, Saturday, 8 October 2016 22:01 (one year ago) Permalink

Sure. Also, I'm not sure if it counts as an oddball hidden classic as it is kind of well known, but if you don't know it I'd check out Stevie Wonder Presents Syreeta. I already mentioned it earlier on this thread. It's likely to be my number one.

Kitchen Person, Saturday, 8 October 2016 22:17 (one year ago) Permalink

Couldn't see these on the nominations list:

The Jimmy Castor Bunch - It's Just Begun
The Jimmy Castor Bunch featuring The Everything Man - E-Man Groovin'
Beautiful Bend - Make That Feeling Come Again!
USA-European Connection - Come Into My Heart
Caress - Caress
First Choice - So Let Us Entertain You
Pleasure - Accept No Substitutes
Pleasure - Joyous
Fern Kinney - Groove Me
Donna Summer - Bad Girls

Jeff W, Saturday, 8 October 2016 22:52 (one year ago) Permalink

xxp I always lump Syreeta in with Minnie Riperton as a sort of spiritual soul that's just not for me. But I will relisten to that album before voting for sure. Digging Lou Ragland and Ace Spectrum from that list. Inner Spectrum is moving up the ranks of my hyperfalsetto favorites.

simmel, Sunday, 9 October 2016 05:20 (one year ago) Permalink

~~~ Nominations updated ~~~

ArchCarrier, Sunday, 9 October 2016 07:52 (one year ago) Permalink

I've given up on trying to listen to everything, because there's just SO MUCH good music here. I'm happy to have found some great albums already because of this thread, and voting hasn't even started!

ArchCarrier, Sunday, 9 October 2016 07:57 (one year ago) Permalink

Speaking of voting: I'm thinking of ballots with a minimum of 25 and a maximum of 100 albums.
Would it be OK if the top 25 of every ballot was weighted (say, #1 gets 30 points #2 gets 29... all the way to 6 points for #25) and everything below that unweighted, so that all the other votes on a ballot get 5 points?

I'm not sure what the consequences would be for the final results, but it would make counting definitely easier for me. Any thoughts?

ArchCarrier, Sunday, 9 October 2016 08:08 (one year ago) Permalink

Fine with that. Ranking after 25 in genre polls usually is sort of random. I like voting only for core favorites so the initial plan was to go just top 10 but I can see now that core favorites in this case really is 25 at minimum.

simmel, Sunday, 9 October 2016 11:21 (one year ago) Permalink

On the other hand, larger ballots might mean boring results. Don't know.

simmel, Sunday, 9 October 2016 16:50 (one year ago) Permalink

Yeah, larger ballots mean people will put consensus "classic albums" in the lower ranks instead of just listing their personal favourites... And with votes from everyone the consensus albums will rise to the top, and #1 will probably be "What's Going On", which does sound boring (and wrong).

Tuomas, Monday, 10 October 2016 06:32 (one year ago) Permalink

Well, that happens with every big poll: the bottom 75% is usually much more interesting than the top 25%. And by having a minimum of 25, the people who only own five classic soul albums won't be able to vote.

I'm going to set up the voting form right now. Nominations close in less than an hour!

ArchCarrier, Monday, 10 October 2016 06:57 (one year ago) Permalink

It's going to happen... Here's the

~~~ ILM 1970s SOUL/FUNK/DISCO ALBUMS POLL ~~~ VOTING THREAD

ArchCarrier, Monday, 10 October 2016 07:52 (one year ago) Permalink

I feel bad that I didn't get back here to nominate James Brown's Hot Pants. Great album. :(

lingereffect (Kent Burt), Monday, 10 October 2016 10:18 (one year ago) Permalink

Three more days to send in your ballot! Voting closes Sunday night.

VOTE HERE

ArchCarrier, Friday, 14 October 2016 05:54 (one year ago) Permalink

four months pass...

I know there were only a handful of original members there, but I really enjoyed the Valentines Soul Jam concert I saw February 12th with the Stylistics, Dramatics, Harold Melvin's Blue Notes, and Intruders. Oh I got there a bit late and missed Cuba Gooding Sr.

Some great falsetto, harmonies and group choreographed dance moves. Stylistics and Blue Notes were the most impressive.

curmudgeon, Thursday, 23 February 2017 19:12 (nine months ago) Permalink

TRAX POLL

Headphone Jack (seandalai), Thursday, 23 February 2017 21:04 (nine months ago) Permalink

After the emo poll is done, OK?

ArchCarrier, Thursday, 23 February 2017 22:28 (nine months ago) Permalink

sweet :)

Headphone Jack (seandalai), Thursday, 23 February 2017 22:55 (nine months ago) Permalink

three weeks pass...

And here it is:

Papa was a POLLING STONE: It's the 1970s SOUL/FUNK/DISCO ~~~ TRACKS POLL

ArchCarrier, Friday, 17 March 2017 14:56 (eight months ago) Permalink


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