Various ‎– Shaolin Soul (Episode 1)

Label:
Because Music ‎– BEC5543356
Series:
Shaolin Soul – Episode 1
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
CD, Compilation, Plastic Sleeve
All Media, Reissue
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A1 Ann Peebles Troubles, Heartaches & Sadness
Producer – Willie MitchellWritten-By – Peebles*, Bryant*
A2 O.V. Wright Let's Straighten It Out
Producer – Willie MitchellWritten-By – Latimore*
A3 The Charmels As Long As I Got You
Written-By – Hayes/Porter*
A4 David Porter I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is Over
Written-By – Wrubel*, Magidson*
B1 Willie Mitchell Groovin'
Producer – Willie MitchellWritten-By – Brigati*, Cavaliere*
B2 Al Green You Ought To Be With Me
Producer – Willie MitchellWritten-By – Green*, Jackson*, Mitchell*
B3 Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell You're All I Need To Get By
Producer – Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson*Written-By – Nickolas Ashford / Valerie Simpson*
B4 The Emotions If You Think It (You May As Well Do It)
Written-By – David Porter, Ronnie Williams
B5 Bob James Nautilus
Written-By – James*
C1 Al Green Gotta Find A New World
Producer – Willie MitchellWritten-By – Oliver*, Smith*
C2 Syl Johnson Don't Do It
Producer – Willie MitchellWritten-By – Carter*, Hodges*
C3 Donny Hathaway Little Ghetto Boy (Live)
Written-By – Hathaway*, E. DeRouen*, E. Howard*
C4 Syl Johnson Could I Be Falling In Love
Producer – Willie MitchellWritten-By – E. Randle*, Mitchell*
C5 Wendy Rene After Laughter (Comes Tears)
Written-By – Jackson*, Frierson*, Brittenum*
C6 Lyn Collins Ain't No Sunshine
Written-By – Bill Withers
D1 Syl Johnson Is It Because I'm Black
Written-By – G. Watts*, J. Jones*, S. Johnson*
D2 The Dramatics In The Rain
Arranged By – Johnny AllenProducer – Tony HesterWritten-By – Tony Hester
D3 Gladys Knight & The Pips* The Way We Were
Written-By – Alan & Mary Bergman*, Marvin Hamlisch
D4 O.V. Wright Motherless Child
Arranged By – Deadric MaloneWritten-By – Traditional
D5 Booker T & The MG's Vocal By Judy Clay Children Don't Get Weary
Vocals – Judy ClayWritten-By – F. Williams*
D6 Barry White Mellow Mood (Part 1)
Written-By – B. White*, R. Taylor*, T. Brocker*

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Sticker on Front :
"The Cult Soul Compilation 2018 Reissue
Double Vinyl includes CD"

"Everybody's Talkin' About The Good Ol' Days !!!"

Compilation inspired by the Wu Tang.
Compiled by Uncle O. To Crate Diggers...

Compilation (P) + (C) 2014 Parlophone / Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. Made In The E.U.

A1: (P) 1972 Cream/Hi Records. From the album "Straight From The Heart" (HIUKCD 137) courtesy of Vixen Music Publishing, Inc.
A2: (P) 1978 Cream/ Hi Records. From the album "That's How Strong My Love Is" (HIUKCD 108) courtesy of Vixen Music Publishing, Inc.
A3: (P) 1967 Stax. Courtesy of Warner Music France.
A4: (P) 1972 Stax. Courtesy of Universal Music France.
B1: (P) 1968 Cream/Hi Records. From the album "Solid Soul" (HICDUK 120) courtesy of Vixen Music Publishing, Inc.
B2: (P) 1973 Cream/Hi Records. From the album "A Deep Shade Of Green" (HIBOOK 12) courtesy of Vixen Music Publishing, Inc.
B3: (P) 1968 Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. COurtesy of Universal Music France.
B4: (P) 1971 Stax. Courtesy of Universal Music France.
B5: (P) 1974 Tappan Zee Records, Inc.. Courtesy of Union Square Music Ltd. Under exclusive license from Tappen Zee, Inc.
C1: (P) 1969 Cream/Hi Records. From the album "Green Is Blues/Al Green Gets Next To You" (HIUKCD 106) courtesy of Vixen Music Publishing, Inc.
C2: (P) 1973 Cream/Hi Records. Courtesy of Vixen Music Publishing, Inc.
C3: (P) 1972 Atlantic Recording Corporation. Courtesy of Warner Music France.
C4: (P) 1974 Cream/Hi Records. From the album "Back For A Taste Of Your Love / Back In The Rough" (HICDUK 142 courtesy of Vixen Music Publishing, Inc.
C5: (P) 1961 Atlantic Recording Corp. Courtesy of Warner Music France.
C6: (P) 1972 Universal Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Courtesy of Universal Music France.
D1: (P) 1969 Twinight Records. Courtesy of Numero Group.
D2: (P) 1972 Volt Records. Courtesy of Universal Music France.
D3: (P) 1974 BMG courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment France S.A.S.
D4: ((P) 1967 Geffen Records. Originally on Back Beat LP 66 "Eight Men, Four Women". Courtesy of Universal Music France.
D5: (P) 1969 Fantasy, Inc. Courtesy of Universal Music France.
D6: (P) 1974 The Island Def Jam Music Group. Courtesy of Universal Music France.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 060525 433566
  • Barcode (String): 5060525433566
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SCAM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 169772E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 169772E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 169772E3/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 169772E3/A

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7243 8 45901 2 3 Various Shaolin Soul(CD, Comp) Delabel 7243 8 45901 2 3 France 1998 Sell This Version
none Various Shaolin Soul(Cass, Album, Comp, Ltd, Promo, wit) Delabel none France 1998 Sell This Version
7243 8 45901 1 6 Various Shaolin Soul(2xLP, Comp) Delabel 7243 8 45901 1 6 France 1998 Sell This Version
5053105994915 Various Shaolin Soul (Episode 1)(CD, Comp, RE, RM) Parlophone 5053105994915 France 2014 Sell This Version
7243 8507862 0 Various Shaolin Soul (Episode 1)(CD, Comp, RE) Delabel, Hostile Records 7243 8507862 0 France 2001 Sell This Version

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Okain

April 10, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
Unfortunately this pressing is not good at all...mine was warped like an umbrella (c / d). I returned it, the new one was warped the same way, also side c/d. The store said, that they would not order another, since it is an import and most likely all pressings will be warped. Also, it comes with cheap paper sleeves, which always scuff the records when removing. With two records, a gatefold would have also been nice. Sound is good enough though. I feel that many new pressings are of such poor quality, warped, vinyl residue, hole not wide enough, etc. For the prices they charge these days, this is an outrage. I think I might stick with used, old records. I am sure hipsters with Crosleys, etc. will not notice a difference, no matter how warped, etc. Hopefully this hype stops soon, pressing plants will not be overwhelmed, and records come in top quality again. Until then, never mind the hype... Episode 2 & 3 of this release have no issues with being warped. The sleeves are all crap and also no gatefolds, so very little room. Any other record I would have returned for my money back, since I have been wishing for this release since I heard it back in the 90‘s I am keeping it. Record clamp helps at least on one side...