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Swamp Doggs Southern Soul Girls

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  • Audio CD (29 Oct. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Kent
  • ASIN: B000VZPQBC
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CD on KENT RECORDS by Sandra Phillips & B. Williams - Swamp Dogg's Southern Soul Girls

Medium 1
Rescue Song
I've Been Down So Long
My Man And Me
To The Other Woman(I'm The Other Woman)
Now That I'm Gone(When Are You Leaving?)
Someday We'll Be Together
After All I Am Your Wife
Ghost Of Myself
If You Get Him(He Never Was Mine)
She Didn't Know(She Kept On Talking)
Please Don't Send Him Back To Me
Some Mother's Son
He Took My Hand
Now That I'm Gone(When Are You Leaving?)
If She's Your Wife(Who Am I)
Can't Win For Losing
A Feeling(For Someone Else Has Grown)
Another Man Took My Husband's Place
If You Get Him(He Never Was Mine)
Got To Travel On
Robin Right On

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wonderful album of little-known southern soul classics
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5.0 out of 5 stars Deep Soul Rarities 21 Aug. 2013
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This CD contains a real treasure trove of deep Southern Soul goodness. Featured are two female vocalists that Swamp Dogg (Jerry Williams) produced in the early 70s, after working with other notable vocalists such as Irma Thomas and Doris Duke (whose Swamp Dogg-produced album is regarded by many Deep Soul fans as one of the finest ever made). Obviously, these two women are very obscure vocalists in the annals of music, soul or otherwise. But don't think that means the quality is inferior, because that's far from the case! Swamp Dogg wrote all the songs (with the exception of a cover of "Someday We'll Be Together") and produced both albums, and if you're familiar with his other work, then you can be assured that these two albums (included in their entirety on one CD) are very, very good.

The first singer, Sandra Phillips, has a style that reminds me at times of Aretha Franklin, along with a dash of (not surprisingly) Doris Duke. After her solo recordings she enjoyed a more successful career singing in Broadway musicals. The other vocalist, Bette Williams, has a bit more of a sassy sound, a bit like Millie Jackson or Betty Wright. She is also somewhat of a mystery. Here's what the liner notes, written by noted soul authority Tony Rounce, say about her:

"To say that nothing is known of Bette Williams is something of an understatement. She was never interviewed, and none of her handful of 45s seems to have been reviewed in either the American trades or specialist magazines. Her recordings with Swamp Dogg seem to be the only ones she ever made and even he (Swamp Dogg) does not recall anything of her background, or how she came to join his pool of fab femmes ...this would appear to bring the curtain down on the recording career of Bette Williams ... nobody seems to be able to say for sure whether or not any further recording activity has occurred, whether under that name, another name, or part of a group. The trail goes cold in 1972."

Cold trail or not, this is hot music. If you like southern soul sung by vibrant female vocalists, do yourself a favor and get this CD. There is over 60 minutes of music and the CD includes a very nice booklet (as you would expect from the Kent/Ace labels) with a history of the recordings, along with reproductions of the original 45 record labels and album covers. Good for the soul, in more ways than one!
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