Various - TEXAS SOUL '64 - LP

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The key area for post war R & B and soul in Texas was Houston of course, and the king of black music there was Don Robey. He was the first Afro-American to make a hugely successful entertainment business in the U.S., which its height was a multi-million dollar enterprise covering record labels, clubs, a booking agency and a huge publishing empire. He was well known for a “robust” management style, using both legal and other means to enforce his will in an unforgiving world, and although many people got on his wrong side at the time, his legacy of gospel, blues and soul music is almost unparalleled, rich in variety and quality.

RSD 2015 - limited to 300 copies

Side A
1. YOU WAITED TOO LONG BOBBY WILLIAMS
2. LET IT BE ME BROTHER AND SISTERS OF SOUL (By Malone, Duke 380)
3. IT MAKES YOU WANT TO CRY BUDDY ACE (By Malone, Duke 373)
4. PARTY TIME MR. LEE & CHEROKEES (By Hightower, Sure Shot 5002)
5. MY LIFE THE C & C BOYS (By Malone, Duke 379)
6. MY MOTHER-IN-LAW (IS IN MY HAIR AGAIN) ERNIE K-DOE (By K Doe, Duke 378)
7. I’M SO GLAD DON FLETCHER (By Johnstone, Peacock 1937)

SideB
1. COME LET ME LOVE YOU JACKIE VERDELL (By Malone, Peacock 1930)
2. CHAINS AROUND MY HEART JAMES DAVIS (By Malone, Duke 374)
3.. THE BEST PART OF ME MISS LA-VELL (By Malone, Duke 382)
4. IT’S ALL OVER NOW THE C & C BOYS (By Womack/Womack, Duke 466)
5. A CHANGE THE MUSTANGS (By Bartle, Sure Shot 5004)
6. HEY GIRL REUBEN & THE CHAINS (By Martin, Peacock 1933)
7. THE REST OF MY LIFE OSCAR PERRY (By Perry, Feron 103)

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