VA - Memphis 70: the City's Funk & Soul in the Decade After Otis 1968-1978 (2008)
MP3 320 CBR | No scans | 145.23MB
Funk, Soul | Label: Beat Goes Public | Fileserve + Sharingmatrix
This anthology examines the less-explored corners of post-Otis Redding funk and soul from Memphis. Gathering insanely rare tracks sure to make rare-groove collectors froth at the mouth, it encompasses releases from such esoteric labels as BAR, Fretone, and Enterprise. From the gutbucket funk of Willie Tolliver's "Papa Killed a Chicken" to the soulful soundsof Willie Walker to a rarity from Stax's in-house bard, David Porter ("I Can't Tell No Difference"), MEMPHIS 70 offers a fresh view of the steamy R&B coming out of Memphis from the late 1960s to the late '70s.