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Blues Mix, Vol. 6: Super Southern Soul

by Various Artists

Blues Mix, Vol. 6: Super Southern Soul by Various Artists

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Blues Mix, Vol. 6: Super Southern Soul

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Label: Ecko Records
Reliable Memphis chitlin' circuit label Ecko Records switched gears somewhat in 2012, focusing more on samplers like this one and less on individual-artist albums. Not a bad deal for us: Less filler, more killer. These 12 songs aren't even all new; one of the sassiest and bounciest, from Jewel J., dates back to 2007. But with lots of dirty-minded, middle-aged soul lifers -- including four women, three Clarksdale, Miss. residents and a few Chicago transplants to the South -- cheating and being cheated on, they're all of a piece. Plus, R. Kelly fans really need to hear David Brinston's falsetto.

About This Album

Reliable Memphis chitlin' circuit label Ecko Records switched gears somewhat in 2012, focusing more on samplers like this one and less on individual-artist albums. Not a bad deal for us: Less filler, more killer. These 12 songs aren't even all new; one of the sassiest and bounciest, from Jewel J., dates back to 2007. But with lots of dirty-minded, middle-aged soul lifers -- including four women, three Clarksdale, Miss. residents and a few Chicago transplants to the South -- cheating and being cheated on, they're all of a piece. Plus, R. Kelly fans really need to hear David Brinston's falsetto.

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About This Album

Reliable Memphis chitlin' circuit label Ecko Records switched gears somewhat in 2012, focusing more on samplers like this one and less on individual-artist albums. Not a bad deal for us: Less filler, more killer. These 12 songs aren't even all new; one of the sassiest and bounciest, from Jewel J., dates back to 2007. But with lots of dirty-minded, middle-aged soul lifers -- including four women, three Clarksdale, Miss. residents and a few Chicago transplants to the South -- cheating and being cheated on, they're all of a piece. Plus, R. Kelly fans really need to hear David Brinston's falsetto.