Following last year’s acclaimed Jazz On The Corner compilation 2019 again sees Martin Freeman team up with Acid Jazz’s renowned head honcho Eddie Piller to present a veritable and personal collection of tracks.
The series was launched last year with the phenomenally successful Jazz On The Corner, a diverse collection of underplayed and perhaps overlooked jazz classics which was described by Chris Phillips of Jazz FM as 'the best jazz compilation of the last 20 years'. The concept came from a radio show that Freeman and Piller put together for BBC 6Music which was so well received that the pair decided to dig deep into their record collections and build a double album of some of their favourite tracks.
The concept is simple - an album packed full of soul gems from off the beaten track with Martin and Eddie choosing half each. Released on both double vinyl and double CD in a gatefold sleeve with sleeve-notes on the selections. This instalment shines the spotlight on classic soul club monsters from the likes of Bobby Womack and Leroy Hutson, super rare discoveries including Arnold Blair and Tommy McGee and some very rare 45’s from Pamoja and Patsy Gallant.
1/ Bobby Womack – How Could You Break My Heart
2/ Willie Hutch – Lucky To Be Loved By You
3/ Tommy McGee – Now That I Have You
4/ Laville – Thirty One
5/ Sergio Mendes & Brasil 77’ – Love Music
6/ Pamoja – Oooh Baby
7/ Goodie – You & I
8/ Patsy Gallant – It’ll All Come Around
9/ Arnold Blair – Finally Made It Home
10/ The Reverend T.L Barrett And The Youth For Christ Choir – Like A Ship (Without A Sail)
11/ Bobby Dukes – Just To Be With You
12/ Jerry Butler – Never Give You Up
13/ Barbara Acklin – A Raggedy Ride
14/ Georgie Fame – Daylight
15/ Earth, Wind & Fire – Fan The Fire
16/ Lewis Taylor – Lucky
17/ Wayne Davis – I Like The Things About Me That I Once Despised
18/ Donny Hathaway – Voices Inside (Everything Is Everything)
19/ Syreeta – I’m Goin’ Left
20/ Curtis Mayfield – Love To Keep You In Mind
21/ Tower Of Power – Don’t Change Horses (In The Middle Of A Stream)
22/ Brook Benton – Shoes
23/ Tommie Young – Hit and Run Lover
24/ Betty Wright – The Babysitter
*CD tracklist differs from LP tracklist*
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