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Saturday, August 13, 2011


Brilliant Chicago soulstress Barbara Acklin made a return to her classic late '60's sound with this mid-70's release; soul had changed so much in such a few short years, but occasional numbers such as this ("Flowers" by the Emotions also springs to mind) kept the faith burning for the "classic" sound into the modern era, with a tasteful amount of the sound that was more contemporary at the time.

Simply gorgeous.

from 1974...


1 comment:

The Portmanteau said...

I see you have a Bob Holden record in your collection . . . I have a few, quite a few, in my collection myself . . . I'm curious to know where you got it . . . I find that they are moving past the original seller and are hitting 3rd or 4th generation sells at this point.