Soul For The Dancefloor
2008 compilation from the Soul diva, the definitive collection of her modern Soul dance tracks all together in one handy pick-up-and-play CD. The tracks were penned by Bobby Womack, Benny Latimore, George Jackson, Don Covay and Ashford & Simpson among others. There's not a single filler or duff track in sight. 'You Can't Stand the Thought', 'Ask Me What You Want' and 'Don't Send Nobody Else' have always been firm favorites.
This new series of CDs charts the evolution of soul music across America through genres like R&B, blues and proto soul spanning the fifties and early sixties. The music will reflect those sounds that after sixty plus years or more still burn up the dancefloor at new breed R&B, popcorn, northern soul and mod venues across the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
Following the critically and commercially successful Millie Jackson's Soul For The Dancefloor we now give Spring label's other superstar the modern soul critique.Here are more than a score of tracks that combine rhythm with true soul singing. The beat varies from shuffling two steps to out and out disco but only vocal performances worthy of Joe's considerable reputation have been chosen.