- In 1969 this was an undreamt future however as the Big Apple still just about ruled the roost and it was clear that funk was the new fashionable sound.
- To celebrate funk's arrival in the mainstream at the time, History Of Soul Records include here a couple of sterling funk instrumentals from Juggy and Willie & The Mighty Magnificents, and a cool slab of vocal funk from the prolific Ronnie Mitchell.
- But the new syncopation can be heard on several other tracks here from that veteran hitmaker Ruth Brown to the sanctified gospel tones of Bonnie Floyd.
- In addition, the compilation features some upfront dancers to keep your feet moving and three of the deepest soul ballads to warm your heart.
- Edition of 500.
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