A supersexy selection by Dr. Strangelove, Berlin, Germany.
The Doctor is a music collector since the eighties, occasional DJ.
His ear for beauties is amazing.
This selection is about women power and incredible voices. A real joy and again a great mix.
All the feminine icons of soul music united in one beautiful mix.
And some that are really new to me.
Such as Dorothy & Oma & Zelpha or Rhetta Hughes who was featured on the track „Mother’s Prayer“ on the 1971 album “As Serious as a Heart-Attack” by Melvin Van Peebles or the 1973 self-titled album by Brenda Patterson, the Bette Midler album Songs for the “New Depression” (1976). Hughes also vocalized on the track „The Circle“ on the 1977 album Loading Zone by guitarist Roy Buchanan. In the early 1970s Hughes branched out into acting, her first evident credit being the 1971 blaxploitation film Sweet Sweetback.
Thanks Dr. Strangelove for this trip.
Michel from Funkologie
- Vanessa Kendrick – 90% Of Me Is You
- Linda Lyndell – What A Man
- Merry Clayton – Southern Man
- Jeanne & The Darlings – Soul Girl
- Patti Drew – Hard To Handle
- Dorothy & Oma & Zelpha – Gonna Put It On Your Mind
- Rosetta Hightower – Big Bird
- Honey Cone – Sunday Morning People
- Patrice Holloway – Evidence
- Hodges, James, Smith & Crawford – Nobody
- Erma Franklin – Can’t See My Way
- Lea Roberts – I’m Losing My Mind
- Rhetta Hughes – Gimme Some Of Yours
- Brenda George – What You See Is What You’re Gonna Get
- Gloria Walker – Papa’s Got The Wagon
- Ike And Tina Turner – Game Of Love
- Margie Joseph – You Better Know It
- Ann Peebles – Somebody’s On Your Case
- Pat Hunt – Super Cool (You’re Just Super Fool)
- Honey & The Bees – Baby, Do That Thing