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Paris DJs Soundsystem presents 1968 - Standards, Versions and Revamps Vol.9



Paris DJs Soundsystem presents 1968 - Standards Versions and Revamps Vol 9

Rather than trying to find some covers released in 1968 which would reflect the events from that year, such as the assassination of Martin Luther King, the Soviet Union invasion of Czechoslovakia, anti-Vietnam war protests throughout the western world, The Beatles' 'White Album' or the Mexico Olympics 'Black Power' salute, we've stayed on the low on the political energy here, and instead focused on that warming Paris DJs classy and groovy sound you've been expecting from your number one French label. From Soul to Reggae, Exotica, more Soul, Blues, Jazz, Latin and even more Soul, there's no way you'll feel like a fish out of the water here!

Paris DJs Soundsystem presents 1968 - Standards Versions and Revamps Vol 9
Paris DJs Soundsystem presents 1968 - Standards, Versions and Revamps Vol.9
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2015-05

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Tracklisting :
01. Betty Wright - Girls Can't Do What Guys Do
(from 'My First Time Around' album, 1968 / ATCO)
WILLIE CLARKE/CLARENCE REID cover, released a month before Judy White's version, more info on wikipedia
02. The Creations - Holding Out
(from 'Holding Out' 7 inch, 1968 / Amalgamated)
ERNIE JOHNSON cover, released in 1967 by New Orleans artist Robert Parker, more info on funky16corners
03. Sandy Nelson - Soulful Strut
(from 'The Rebirth Of The Beat' album, 1968 / Imperial)
Eugene Record/Sonny Sanders cover, made popular by YOUNG-HOLT UNLIMITED, more info on wikipedia
04. Solomon Burke - Get Out Of My Life Woman
(from 'I Wish I Knew' album, 1968 / Atlantic)
ALLEN TOUSSAINT cover, more info on wikipedia
05. Andre Williams & The Quality Controls - I Heard It Through The Grapevine (pt.1)
(from 'Grapevine' 7 inch, 1968 / Sure-Shot)
Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong cover, made famous by MARVIN GAYE and a few others, more info on wikipedia
06. Byrdie Green - Return Of The Prodigal Son
(from 'Sister Byrdie!' album, 1968 / Fantasy)
HAROLD OUSLEY cover, made famous in 1967 by George Benson, Freddie Hubbard or Stanley Turrentine, more info on wikipedia
07. Erma Franklin - Light My Fire
(from 'Soul Sister' album, 1968 / Brunswick)
THE DOORS cover, more info on wikipedia
08. Byron Lee & The Dragonaires - Soul Limbo
(from 'Soul Limbo' 7 inch, 1968 / Trojan)
BOOKER T. & THE MGs cover, more info on wikipedia
09. Lou Rawls - The Letter
Wayne Carson Thompson cover, made famous by THE BOX TOPS, more info on wikipedia
10. Leslie Uggams - River Deep, Mountain High
(from 'What's An Uggams?' album, 1968 / Atlantic)
Phil Spector/Jeff Barry/Ellie Greenwich cover, made famous by IKE & TINA TURNER, more info on wikipedia
11. Aretha Franklin - I Take What I Want
(from 'Aretha Now' album, 1968 / Atlantic)
SAM & DAVE cover, more info on wikipedia
12. The Gilberto Sextet - Good Lovin'
(from 'The Groovy Sounds Of The Gilberto Sextet' album, 1968 / Cotique)
Rudy Clark/Arthur Resnick cover, made famous by THE YOUNG RASCALS, more info on wikipedia
13. Woody Herman - Hush
(from 'Hush' 7 inch, 1968 / Cadet)
Joe South cover, made famous by BILLY JOE ROYAL, more info on wikipedia
Total time : 35mn 27s

Original cover artworks :


Credits :
Selected by Djouls (
parisdjs.com)
Mixed and mastered by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Ben Hito (facebook.com/benhito)

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