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Various - Good Things - The Story Of Saadia Records

Saadia Records Various - Good Things - The Story Of Saadia Records
(2x7"/CD) Jazzman Records JMAN057/JAZZMANCD015, 2007-02-02

Tracklisting :
01. Robert Moore - Everything’s Gonna Be Alright | sample
02. Brother Williams - Cold Sweat | sample
03. Pearl Dowell - Good Thing | sample
04. Little Beaver - Everybody’s Got Some Dues to Pay Pts 1 & 2 | sample
05. Little Beaver - Do Right Man | sample
06. Pearl Dowdell - It’s All Over | sample
07. Brother Williams - Right On Brother | sample
08. Robert Moore - Just Can’t Help Myself | sample
09. Little Beaver - Blind Man | sample
10. Little Beaver - Do it to me One more Time | sample

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Press Release :
Few record labels have garnered the feverish attentions of soul & funk collectors and DJs as much as the Saadia imprint of late ‘60s Miami, Florida. In a collecting world dominated by oddball one-offs, random indie obscurities and the occasional major label mishap, a local independent label with a small but consistently impeccable musical output is a truly rare thing. Saadia sets the benchmark for rare, local, independent funk and sets it very high indeed. Never before put together, this 10 track CD compilation selects the highlights from the small but perfectly formed Saadia catalogue and offers an opportunity to shed some light on the story behind these outstanding recordings for the first time.


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