Juno Daily

Music and tech news, interviews, features, reviews and more.

Visit Juno Daily

100% Secure Shopping

Studio equipment

Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.

Visit Juno Studio

100% Secure Shopping

DJ equipment

Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices. Visit Juno DJ

today only
USD
My Language
My Currency
Your wishlist is empty
Items in wishlist:
Recently added:
Loading...
Cart
Your cart is empty
Items in cart:
Subtotal:
Recently added:
Loading...
View cart
Home  Labels  South Street Soul
Receive new release alerts for South Street Soul

Filter

Release Date

South Street Soul Vinyl & CDs

Browse the latest Vinyl & CD releases on South Street Soul
Options
Items 1 to 2 of 2 on page 1 of 1
Lover To Lover
Cat: SSS 702. Rel: 04 Oct 23
 
Soul
Lover To Lover (4:15)
Walk Softly (4:28)
Review: Dusty-fingered reissue imprint South Street Soul continues to dig deep for inspiration, looking beyond the obvious for classic cuts that don't get the recognition they perhaps deserve. Both tracks here were taken from Maxi Anderson's sole solo album, a sweet and at times sugary collection of disco-era soul slow jams originally released by jazz stable Blue Note way back in 1977. 'Lover To Lover', which sits here on the A-side, is the pick of the pair: a lusciously orchestrated, tactile and loved-up slab of slow-motion disco-soul topped off by Anderson's genuinely brilliant and emotionally expressive lead vocal. 'Walk Softly', meanwhile, is even slower and more immersive - a heart-aching slab of orchestrated soul that's as tear-jerking as it is musically expansive.
Read more
 in stock $16.50
Daylight
Daylight (limited 7")
Cat: SSS701. Rel: 06 Jun 23
 
Soul
Daylight (4:12)
Everybody Loves The Sunshine (3:39)
Review: Founded by Roy Ayers in Cincinnati in 1976 as a vehicle for his songs and productions - though, interestingly, he was never a member of the band RAMP recorded and released one album, 1977's sun-soaked jazz-funk opus, Come Into Knowledge. This fantastic 45 from South Street Records' new South Street Soul offshoot showcases two of the set's most admired and in-demand cuts. Edwin Birdsong and William Allen share production credits with Ayers on 'Daylight', a shuffling, dewy-eyed, afternoon-ready delight whose slow groove, meandering synth solos and blissful female vocals recall another Ayers' classic 'Everybody Loves The Sunshine'. Fittingly, RAMP's fine, soft-focus take on that tune can be found on side B.
Read more
 in stock $15.69
Items 1 to 2 of 2 on page 1 of 1
Cart subtotal: