9 thoughts on “ Dont Fight It - Various - Soul Spectrum (CD) ”
In a couple of hours, they had written two songs, "In the Midnight Hour" and "Don't Fight It." The next day, May 12,, the songs were recorded with members of Booker T. & the MG's, which include Cropper, bassist Donald "Duck" Dunn, drummer Al Jackson Jr., pianist Joe Hall, and horn players Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love, Floyd Newman, and.
The Harmonettes' version of Johnny Nash's "Can't Go Halfway" is a bit too fast for reggae and a bit to hard-edged for ska; the Rhaburn Ensemble's rendition of Wilson Pickett's "Don't Fight It" has a slippery drum beat that sounds a bit like something from New Orleans and a rubbery guitar part that hints at rocksteady; the Professionals' take on.
Taken from the vaults of EMI Records, Northern Soul Spectrum brings together soul styles from the vaults of many of the company's small label holdings, including classics from Roulette, Jubilee, Josie, Port, J2, Satin, Calla, and Rust. With 28 tracks covering the years to with a stray track from the '70s (Magic Night's soul-disco "If You and I Had Never Met") that atmospherically.
UK released June (July in the USA) - "Groove With A Feeling: Sounds Of Memphis, Boogie, Soul & Funk " on Ace/Beat Goes Public/Sounds Of Memphis CDTOP (Barcode ) gives you 19 tracks remastered by NICK ROBBINS and plays to minutes.4/5(3).