Millennium Soul Party
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From 1963's classic "Green Onions" by Booker T. & The M.G.'s to 1968's "Slip Away" by Clarence Carter, you are treated to some of soul music's high-water marks of the era. Seven of these singles sold more than a million copies apiece, and all but two of them went Top Ten. [The lone exceptions are Wilson Pickett's essential "In the Midnight Hour" and Brenton Wood's "Oogum Boogum Song." In the case of the latter, I would have rather seen his "Gimme Little Sign" which was his biggest hit--#9 in 1967, but that's a minor complaint against an otherwise flawless choice of songs.]
This is quite simply the best single-disc soul anthology on the market. Where else can you get so many terrific songs at this price? It's just one classic after another: "Sweet Soul Music," "Respect," "Soul Man," "(Sittin' On the) Dock of the Bay," "When a Man Loves a Woman"--if this were any better, it would be illegal.
The only problem is that with so many great songs available, you're left wanting more. In the Eighties, Rhino released an amazing anthology series of Sixties soul music called "Soul Shots" (now out of print). Let's hope "Millennium Soul Party" is only volume 1 of many, many more to come. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
I also own the CD in this series named "Millenium 60's Rock."