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VariousEccentric Soul: The Outskirts Of Deep City

Genre:Funk / Soul
Style:Soul, Funk
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The Rollers (3)Knockin' At The Wrong Door2:13
Clarence ReidNo Way Out2:43
Helene SmithWhat's In The Lovin'2:50
Betty WrightMr. Lucky2:43
James Knight & The ButlersThere Goes My Baby2:45
Lynn WilliamsDon't Be Suprised3:09
Helene SmithTrue Love Don't Go On Trees2:34
The Rising Sun (3)Do What You're Doin'3:48
The Rollers (3)One Little Piece2:57
Clarence ReidDon't Be A Fool2:19
Perk BadgerDo Your Stuff4:51
Frank Williams & The Rocketeers (2)Show Me What You Got2:32
Deep City BandMasterpiece3:24
Helene SmithThe Pot Can't Talk About The Kettle3:05
The Rollers (3)Play With Fire Pt. 11:52
Betty WrightThat You Baby2:26
Helene SmithWrong Or Right He's My Baby2:30
Nasty Dog Catchers*Nasty Dog Pt. 22:19
The Rising Sun (3)One Night Affair2:38
Snoopy DeanYour Love Won't Let Me Leave You2:53

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    • Beachbeatle1's avatar
      Beachbeatle1
      Second in the series of truly great obscure deep Miami soul. This is outstanding original material [from '66 - '71] ranging from soulful to funky, plus some very credible covers. Incl's extensive liner notes. Vital and vibrant.
      • LoversRecords's avatar
        LoversRecords
        From Miami, this compilation involves a mysterious and hard-to-get box of tapes belonging to one Willie Clarke, founder of Deep City Records, who may or may not have held a secret stash of Miami soul?? This is an appendix to the Miami soul story, and the material here is all generally pretty good. Helene Smith unsurprisingly is the heart and soul of the album. Beyond her, the other female singers all sound rough around the edges or just plain immature, with the possible exception of Betty Wright. Head for ‘True Love Don’t Grow On Trees’ by Helene Smith, for an awesome soul moment.

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