Gabin Feat. Dee Dee Bridgewater ‎– Into My Soul

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Family Affair ‎– FARX 425
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Vinyl, 12"
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7243 861738 2 9 Gabin Feat. Dee Dee Bridgewater Gabin Feat. Dee Dee Bridgewater - Into My Soul(CD, Single, Car) EMI 7243 861738 2 9 Italy 2004 Sell This Version

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ruderoy123

ruderoy123

April 7, 2018
I like the video, it looks like Dee Dee is really enjoying herself, What also helps is the credits given to the record stores in and around the west end of London that is loosing its appeal to real vinyl junkies.
Before the Internet the record stores around in Soho were a mecca for collectors, You could not find such a wide range of vinyl record stores anywhere else in the U.K. in such a small area within walking distance of each other.
Vinyl is dead, Long live Vinyl.
ruderoy123

ruderoy123

January 3, 2018
I have been following Dee Dee's music for years and have noticed she has a loyal underground army of fans who have kept her records collectable when long out of print.
Apart from the 1974 Japanese Afro Blue album most of her early stuff was/is geared toward the Soul music scene, the Jazz orientated records produced with other artists like on the Strata East and Imhotep labels with Roy Brooks E.t.c. are highly sort after and always command high prices.
When Gabin recorded "Into my soul" they should have noticed the trend as the CD came out first but to only produce small quantity's of the vinyl release with the extra tracks on it helped push the price up as demand outstripped availability.
If you keep track of Dee Dee's career you will be able to notice the trend especially with the Jazz backings by other artists and she does guest vocals, not many people can sing like her.
Thundertone

Thundertone

September 30, 2017
edited 8 months ago
Nice credits to Sounds of the Universe, Vinyl Junkies and Daddy Kool in the music video.... the latter two record shops (formerly on Berwick St. Market) are no longer with us, sadly. God I hate gentrification. Bring back gritty Soho, lower the rents and save the market... that's what I say.
Thundertone

Thundertone

September 30, 2017
Holy shit, just seen the price this record is selling for. I heard it on an in-flight airline channel and bought it thinking "yeah, it's a nice little record".... but never thought it would be in-demand... it's got quite a commercial sound... I don't think my copy has been played.
boogiedown83

boogiedown83

November 28, 2016
It's interesting how this record goes for the price that it goes for nowadays - does anyone know why? Good thing I bought it on time"...

It is odd though, always thought that the one Conte remix that would be selling for high prices nowadays would be his remix for Sunaga Ts "No Reason No Rhyme"...