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Various - Eccentric Soul vol.9 - The Tragar & Note Labels



Eccentric Soul The Tragar and Note Labels
Various - Eccentric Soul vol.9 - The Tragar & Note Labels
(2xCD) Numero Group NUMERO020CD, 2008-06-24

Tracklisting CD1 :
01. Down In the Country - Tee Fletcher
02. You Got a Spell On Me - Billy Wright
03. Heavenly Father - Eula Cooper
04. The Clown - Chuck Wilder
05. Now That I'm Wise - Nathan Wilkes
06. Nite Cap - L. Daniels
07. I'll Be There - Franciene Thomas
08. Sweet Thing - Frankie & Robert
09. Shake Daddy Shake - Eula Cooper
10. What Can the Matter Be - Tokay Lewis
11. Love is So Mean - Richard Cook
12. Tumbling Down - Langston
13. Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things - Eula Cooper
14. Too Beautiful To Be Good - Franciene Thomas
15. Tippings Strings - The Knights
16. Somebody Got' a Help Me - Richard Cook
17. Love (It's Been So Long) - Frankie & Robert
18. Strange Feeling - Nathan Wilkes
19. I Can't Help If I Love You - Eula Cooper
20. Why - Chuck Wilder
21. Who Wants Me Now - Tokay Lewis
22. You're the Only Thing I've Got Going For Me - Billy Wright
23. Let Me Be Free - Sonia Rosa
24. Would You Do It For Me - Tee Fletcher
25. Try - Eula Cooper

Tracklisting CD2 :
01. Watch the Dog That Bring the Bone - Sandy Gaye
02. All Because of You - Tee Fletcher
03. Messing Around - Bobby Owens & the Diplomats
04. Let Our Love Grow Higher - Eula Cooper
05. Ain't Tha Sharp - Young Divines
06. Charade - Four Tracks
07. Breaking My Heart - Sonia Rosa
08. Love is Gone - Cherry Blend
09. I Need You More - Eula Cooper
10. I Think It's Time (You Were Mine) - Alice Swoboda
11. The Hump - The Knights
12. Beggars Can't Be Choosey - Eula Cooper
13. Standing By Love - Eula Cooper
14. Deep In Your Heart - Young Divines
15. You Mean Everything To Me - Four Tracks
16. I'll Show You With Love - Young Divines
17. Every Now and Then - Sonia Rosa
18. Love Makes Me Do Foolish Things - Andrea Williams
19. Have Faith In Me - Eula Cooper
20. Talk is Cheap - Sandy Gaye
21. I Can't Stand It - J.J. Jones
22. Let's Get Funky - Langston & French
23. That's How Much I Love You - Eula Cooper
24. Black Midnight - J.J. Jones
25. Potters Field - Alice Swoboda

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Press Release :
Lost for thirty years among the kudzu and Coke bottles of central Georgia, the Tragar & Note labels are the latest Numero Group unearthings to join our landmark Eccentric Soul series. Spread out over two discs, Eccentric Soul: The Tragar & Note Labels is a ridiculously thorough survey of Jesse Jones' twin labels that operated out of Atlanta between 1968-1977. Ranging from southern to northern soul, classic R&B to modern, dancers to romancers, the 50 track collection chronicles nearly every sub-genre of popular black music being made at the time.

Researched with leading Georgia soul expert Brian Poust, the accompanying 32 page booklet features a dozen unpublished photos, memorabilia, label scans, and a 7000 word essay that gives a rich overview of not just these two labels, but the Atlanta soul scene as a whole.
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