Texas Soul 66
history of soul
This is the third LP in our highly regarded series of Texas soul albums, with the timeframe moving onto 1966.
By this time, soul, in all its forms was the dominant force in Afro-American music, outselling all previous genres of R & B. Texas was one of the few areas where the old styles of music were still strong and this album showcases the way that the fascinating battle between old and new were being played out. Gospel based vocalists were coming more to the fore than hitherto, but blues based instrumentation and arrangements still predominated. So here it is, the very best of Texas Soul from 1966. Side One: 1. Earthquake - Al “Tnt" Braggs 2. Deep In My Soul - Bobby “Blue" Bland 3. You Really Grab Me - Henry Moore 4. Sockin’ 1-2-3-4 - John Roberts 5. You Know What To Do - Buster Jones 6. I’m Counting On You - Buddy Ace 7. No No Baby - Kurtis Scott. Side Two: 1. Baby I Need Your Love - Bobby Williams 2. Break It On Down To Me - Tv & The Tribesmen 3. Gone For Good - O V Wright 4. Tame Me - Al Haskins 5. From Me - Tommy Williams 6. Pity Me - Bell Brothers 7. It Hurts Me So Bad - Delores Johnson