Category Archives: Country Soul

DON NIX – Living By Days – (Elektra) – 1971

Many years ago I got an album "Hobos, Heroes and Street Corner Clowns" in 1986 on a sale and I loved it, well, not all of it, but a lot of it. I bought it because it was from the … Continue reading

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(PAUL REVERE & THE) RAIDERS – Country Wine – (Columbia) – 1972

This is the last album of the original Paul Revere and the Raiders despite just being called "Raiders", a name they had used over their preceding two albums, Collage (1970) and Indian Reservation (1971). Importantly, both Paul Revere (the keyboardist) … Continue reading

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DELANEY & BONNIE – To Bonnie from Delaney – (Atco) – 1970

I have a couple of Delaney & Bonnie albums. If you like southern blue eyed soul and rock you will have them in your collection. And I like southern blue eyed soul and rock … There are worries though … … Continue reading

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JACKIE DeSHANNON – Put a Little Love in Your Heart – (Imperial) – 1969

Check out my other blog entry for background on the talented Jackie DeShannon. This chick could do anything. She could write, play, sing, perform and was easy on the eye and yet big time success in the music industry had … Continue reading

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JACKIE DeSHANNON – Songs – (Capitol) – 1971

This is another album that I've had a while. It's been kicking around since the late 1980s I think. I had quite a few Jackie DeShannon albums and I was pressed for space and I thought … I've got a … Continue reading

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JOE SOUTH – Don’t It Make You Want to Go Home? – (Capitol) – 1970

I'm excited. Check my other comments in relation to Joe South's career and musical pedigree but I will say here that Joe's music fits into a genre that emerged in the late 1960s and which subsequently was called "white southern … Continue reading

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