A1 Ruby Andrews– You Made Me A Believer (Out Of Me)
A2 Kalyanji Anandji*– Back Ground Music
A3 Jake Wade And The Soul Searchers*– Searching For Soul Pt.1
A4 Hot Butter & Soul– ABC
A5 Dick Walter– Spooky Do
B1 Roy Head– She's About A Mover
B2 Hot City Bump Band– It's Just Begun
B3 Val Merrall's Orchestra– The Horse
B4 Big Band Frank Pleyer*– Sally
C1 Art & Ron– Can't Stop Takin'
C2 Johnny Griffith Inc.*– Love Is Just A Word
C3 The Generation Gap (2)– Family Affair
C4 Tinga Stewart– The Message
C5 Jerzy Milian Orkiestra*– Gacek
D1 John L. Watson With White Mouse– Rockin' Chair
D2 The Alan Tew Orchestra– Pink Panther
D3 Rias Orchestra, The*– Pru Urebu
D4 Oscar Harris & The Twinkle Stars*– Twinkle Stars Boo Galoo (Live)
The second volume of Strange Breaks from BBE, featuring a double CD, one mixed by Mr Thing from his amazing selections. The other CD and LP version features the original tracks, and some absolute gems they are!
The sound of the Sixties and Seventies has never been so sought after as at the present moment. You could even argue that modern music just isn’t good enough. As evidence consider this: contemporary producers and artists are often looking back to get inspired – insert staggering number of examples – so you can safely say that even in this digital age the beating heart of modern R&B and hip-hop is still vintage soul, funk and jazz.