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A stalwart on the 60’s & 70’s Detroit Jazz and Soul scene, Woodard’s day job was at Motown and other studios serving the Detroit labels working alongside Dennis Coffey in the Psycho Soul days, but on this recording from ’75 he gets to do what he wants to do. And its good. With guitar-bassist Ron English, drummer Leonard King, percussionist Lorenzo Brown the results are often tight and funky but on some tracks reflective and cool
The second LP continues the unique blend of Funk, Dub, Jazz and Soul. Consistent throughout, this LP has got to be worth a good listening, just for the congas alone. This is a gatefold issue with original artwork and labels. No bar code. Some copies may be coloured vinyl
Big Maybelle took up the mantle of Roy Hamilton and took things to another level. Produced by Luther Dixon this album was originally issued in ’65, and pays an obvious homage to Bacharach’s work with Tommy Hunt and Chuck Jackson. It even covers Hunt’s ‘I Don’t Know What to Do with Myself’, but does it very, very well. This Scepter album put Big Maybelle fairly in the soul camp preceding her Rojac recordings. Just brilliant
Smooth jazzy funk. Wright on keyboards with Don Blackman, Bobby Broom and Dave Grusin Includes ‘Haboglabotribin’ a version of Weldon Irvine’s’ ‘Music is the Key, ‘Chillin Out’, ‘Master Rocker’. Sealed reissue from a few years back. This one has a barcode, as did the original issue.