- After almost two decades of furious activity, the recording scene in New Orleans in 1969 was astonishingly subdued. The main reason for this was the collapse of Cosimo Matassa's Dover conglomerate the previous year.
- This LP is therefore a snapshot of a troubled year in New Orleans showing how the city's unquenchable musical spirit still survived -- and flourished.
- History Of Soul Records present the pick of the songs from 1969 here, with funk being the prominent musical genre of the moment, with a few ballads and straight-ahead soul tracks as a change of pace.
- Features The Soul Powers, Little Buck, Chuck Johnson, Calvin Lee, and more.
- Edition of 500.
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