It's actually been out a little while now, but better late than never is certainly the case for the new Swamp Dogg collection, which goes by the name of It's All Good and is available via Ace/Kent. Mark Raison has reviewed the album by Swamp Dogg, real name Jerry Williams, […]
A tasty new Etta James CD release from Kent is on the market – Who's Blue? Rare Chess Recordings Of The 60s and 70s. If you fancy it, you can check out a review on this very site first. It;s by Mark Raison of the excellent Monkey Picks blog. Check […]
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The It’s All Good collection on Ace reviewed by Mark Raison.
We flagged this up a while back, now we have a review online of Northern Soul's Classiest Rarities Volume 4. Neil Henderson has done the review of the latest Kent Northern rarities CD, as ever packed with lesser-known tunes deserving of a wider audience. Check it out now – the […]
Must have missed this one when it sneaked out a couple of weeks back, but Northern Soul's Classiest Rarities Volume 4 is worth flagging up for fans of rare 60s soul. Out, as you would expect on Kent via Ace, the 24-track CD packs in a number of big money […]
Kent (amazingly) hasn't done a northern soul instrumental CD before, which makes the Double Cookin' CD release something of an event. Compiled by Tony Rounce, it features 24 northern soul instrumentals, perhaps leaning more towards the classic than the rare – although there are some hard to find nuggets on […]
Kent, amazingly, has never done a compilation of vintage/northern soul tunes made up purely of instrumentals – but now it has, under the title Double Cookin. 24 of them are packed onto this single CD, compiled by Tony Rounce, packed with sleevenotes, cover sleeves and flyer images, most of them […]