Nashville was a whole lot more than the country music capital of the world during the late '60s and early '70s. When he wasn't busy reviving the long-dormant Sun logo (and enjoying considerable success doing so), Music Row vet Shelby Singleton unleashed a torrent of sizzling southern soul singles on his SSS International label and its affiliate Silver Fox imprint during that same prolific era. These two jam-packed anthologies feature the very best that the two labels had to offer by well-known names such as the seductive Bettye LaVette, New Orleanians Johnny Adams, Danny White and Robert Parker, the well-traveled Wilbert Harrison, Peggy Scott and Jo Jo Benson (separately!) and a revitalized Hank Ballard tackling Kris Kristofferson's "Sunday Morning Comin' Down" as well as revered deep soul soldiers Eddy Giles, Reuben Bell, Mickey Murray, Clifford Curry, George Perkins & the Silver Stars, Big John Hamilton, Sam Dees and Willie Hobbs. This is stone southern soul at its most righteous, with a tinge of country frequently permeating the proceedings to let you know precisely where these greats were coming from!
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    Nashville was a whole lot more than the country music capital of the world during the late ?60s and early ?70s. When he wasn't busy reviving the long-dormant Sun logo (and enjoying considerable success doing so), Music Row vet Shelby Singleton unleashed a torrent of sizzling southern soul singles on his SSS International label and its affiliate Silver Fox imprint during that same prolific era. These two jam-packed anthologies feature the very best that the two labels had to offer by well-known...

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      Formed by Shelby S. Singleton, Jr. and the eponymous platinum-haired brother of Kenny Rogers, Lelan, the short-lived Silver Fox Records unleashed a string of R&B and Soul smashes including Betty LaVette's saucy "Do Your Duty," Detroit chanteuse Gloria Taylor's irresistible rave-up "You Got To Pay The Price," and hard-driving, sizzling grooves from Hank Ballard, Eddy Giles and more. Cut by Kevin Gray, and pressed on gold vinyl at Third Man Pressing!Nashville was a whole lot more than the...