Monday, 13 January 2014

Soul Self Satisfaction



Here is another belter of a track, I really need to use another word to describe these records. Out of Chicago and released in 1967 as a demo only which became a crowd pleaser at the Torch. This song has everything, a distinctive intro, lyrics about loss and heartache and a tempo aimed directly at the dancefloor.

Not a bad way to start a Monday.

Earl Jackson - Soul Self Satisfaction

3 comments:

george said...

Excellent track, and what a fine fine description, you put me to shame. My father-in-law did not like it, but then again he's a huge Adele fan.

Vintage Grooves said...

Your blurbs also put me to shame! I'm a real fan of these Northern classics. Having never experienced the scene, I'm forced to live it vicariously through the tunes and the stories of those who were there.

drew said...

Cheers guys