Soul Classics, Volume 3
by Various Artists
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- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
Highlights include Bobby Caldwell's "What You Won't Do For Love," The Stylistics' "You Are Everything" and New Birth's "Wildflower."
- 1.The New BirthWildflower (6:25 Version)
- 2.ZingaraLove's Calling (4:46 Version)
- 3.EnchantmentIt's You That I Need (5:58 Version)
- 4.The Valentine BrothersLet Me Be Close To You (6:44 Version)
- 5.L.T.D.Love Ballad (4:28 Version)
- 6.Lamont DozierWhy Can't We Be Lovers (5:15 Version)
- 7.The Natural FourWhy Should We Stop Now (3:19 Version)
- 8.The StylisticsYou Are Everything (2:52 Version)
- 9.Bobby CaldwellWhat You Won't Do For Love (4:43 Version)
- 10.SwitchI Wanna Be Closer (4:13 Version)
- 11.BloodstoneHow Does It Feel (11:02 Version)
- 12.Harold Melvin & The Blue NotesI Should Be Your Lover (5:42 Version)
- 13.The O'JaysForever Mine (6:06 Version)
- 14.Jerry Butler & Brenda Lee EagerAin't Understanding Mellow (4:19 Version)
Personnel: Karen Coleman (vocals, electric violin, keyboards, percussion).
Arranger: New Birth.
Soul Classics, Vol. 3 offers 14 more quiet storm and soul ballads from the '70s, including Enchantment's "It's You That I Need," the Stylistics' "You Are Everything," and Jerry Butler's "Ain't Understanding Mellow." Though the collection doesn't offer many quintessential tracks from the artists it includes, it does feature several interesting, less-heard contributions, such as Natural Four's "Why Should We Stop Now," the O'Jays' "Forever Mine," and Bloodstone's "How Does It Feel." Songs by Bobby Caldwell, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Lamont Dozier, and Switch complete this unique, but not definitive, soul compilation. ~ Heather Phares
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Soul Classics, Vol 3 Various Artists Music Lover: Daniel Lindamood from Gainesville, FL US -- November, 29, 2006
Very nice complilation of the 1970's music. I just love the ballads from that era of music. You just can't get any better than this. "Soul" much better than what is out today.
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