Natural High (1973)
Bloodstone released the above track which was featured in the film Jackie Brown, lovely slow soul with a great falsetto lead from Charles Love.
Slow falsetto lead on this great slow Soul track by The Millionaires. First released in 1966. First issued as Remember Me (I’m The One Who Loves You) the ‘b’ side of Frisco Sands by Rocky And The Millionaires. There was another soul group called The Millionaires based in New Jersey to add to the confusion.
The Four Hi’s produced a sound that was very similar to the part name group with a similar name – The Four Tops. Take a listen to Pretty Little Face and see what you think.
A seventies disco group from New York.
from the 1972 LP Face To Face With The Truth by The Undisputed Truth. The band were signed to the Motown label and were a psychedelic soul outfit.
Wheel & Blue Note LP track –
Woo, woo, woo: Smooth Soul sounds from Tavasco.
Falsetto harmonies lead into this truly great Soul track by The Masqueraders.
393 on the TOP 500 by Kev Roberts.
The Masqueraders info @ SOUL EXPRESS
‘B’ side – My Baby Changes Like The Weather Both sides are crunching beating dancers; full on Northern Soul sounders by The Mayfield Singers.
Curtis Mayfield’s label and his production backing vocalists. Even the instrumental scoured on the Northern Soul Scene.