It’s December already! Here we go then. This is the third year I have been doing this so I guess it can be called a tradition now. A post a day from now until Christmas. This year every record posted will be something I have acquired this year, mostly at car boot sales or charity shops. In truth, the majority of records I pick up in such places don’t fall into the soul/funk/jazz/reggae category, but many are worth sharing, so this year I am going to alternate the daily posts between Feel It and my, to date, very occasional other blog The Hi-Fi Cabinet Of Curiosities. So you will find the usual brew here and “everything/anything else” in the Cabinet.
First up is Jess(i)e Anderson on his True Love Express. This one was actually a mailbox find. Chess and Cadet 45s can suffer more than most from poor pressings but this one is a really good quality one, and nice and thick vinyl too.
I can find no really concrete information on Jess(i)e other than he started singing in a group called Willie Wright & His Sparklers – great name.
Chicago again! File under stone groove.
All aboard the Feel It Advent-ure.
(PS: sorry about the fuzzy picture).