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Fallin Off The Reel Vol III & IV

Format: 2xLP + insert + MP3 download code
Cat: TS 022
Released: 16 Jan 15
Genre: Soul
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. Lee Fields & The Expressions - "You're The Kind Of Girl" (3:53)
2. Liam Bailey - "Please Love Me" (2:51)
3. The Olympians - "The Rain Song" (3:51)
4. Lady - "Money" (3:34)
5. Bacao Rhythm &Steel Band - "PIMP" (3:08)
6. Qunestine Strong - "One Hundred Years From Now" (2:33)
Side 2
1. Beau Williams - "I'll Be Home Soon" (3:34)
2. The Ghetto Brothers - "Girl From The Mountain" (4:21)
3. El Michels Affair - "Run Fay Run" (3:20)
4. The Original Brothers - "Blackout" (2:10)
5. Liam Bailey - "When Will They Learn" (3:01)
6. The Fabulous 3 - "Nightbird" (2:05)
7. Lee Fields & The Expressions - "Just Can't Win" (radio edit) (3:04)
Side 3
1. The Olympians - "Stand Tall" (3:06)
2. Zafari - "King Masuru" (3:37)
3. Shirley Nanette - "All Of Your Life" (3:57)
4. Lady - "Good Lovin" (Hlic remix) (3:03)
5. Quincy Bright - "Stay The Night" (1:18)
6. Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band - "Laventille Road March" (3:07)
7. Lee Fields & His Band - "Fought For Survival" (3:06)
Side 4
1. El Michels Affair - "Blind Love" (2:46)
2. Lady - "Get Ready" (Ticklah remix instrumental) (4:51)
3. Liam Bailey - "On My Mind" (3:25)
4. Lee Fields & The Expressions - "Faithful Man" (Bare Bones version) (3:43)
5. The Olympians - "How Can I Love (Now That You're Gone)" (3:42)
6. JD & The Evil's Dynamite Band - "Sunday Kind Of Love" (2:43)
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Review

Williamsburg-based Truth & Soul Records is fast becoming one of the most reliable sources of modern soul and revivalist deep funk. Should you be unfamiliar with their output - and you should be, given that they set up shop in 2003 - this double LP trawl through the label's bulging back catalogue should be an essential purchase. Highlights are naturally plentiful, from the Cuban and Caribbean influenced instrumental brilliance of Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band's "Pimp", and the stripped-back deep soul of Beau Williams' "I'll Be Home Soon", to the raw, Hammond-heavy 60s jazz-funk of The Fabulous 3's "Night Bird" and fuzzy analogue afro-funk of Zafari's "King Masuru".

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