The Rojac Story: The Best Of Rojac & Tay-Ster

Various Artists

The Rojac Story: The Best Of Rojac & Tay-Ster

  • Label: Rojac
  • Catalogue number: RO158
  • Format: 2 x LP
  • Genres: Funk, Gospel, Northern Soul, Sister Funk, Soul, Soul Funk
  • Origin: United States
£18.99

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Tracklist

  1. Clarence Reid - Nobody But You Babe
  2. Kim Tolliver - (You're Trying To) Cop My Stuff 
  3. Third Guitar - Lovin' Lies 
  4. Little Jewel - I Want To 
  5. Chico And Buddy - Can You Dig It 
  6. Clarence Reid - Skunks, Hogs And Dogs 
  7. Chuck-A-Luck & The Lovemen LTD - Are You Experience 
  8. Damn Sam The Miracle Man And The Soul Congregation - Lucky Man 
  9. Jo Armstead - This And That 
  10. Aleke Kanonu Meets Tolbert The Miracle Man - Nwanne, Nwanne, Nwanne 
  11. Third Guitar - Down To The River 
  12. Lavell Hardy - Don't Loose Your Groove 
  13. Curtis Lee & The KCP's - Get In My Bag 
  14. Chuck-A-Luck & The Lovemen - Whip Ya 
  15. Damn Sam The Miracle Man And The Soul Congregation - I've Got It 
  16. Damn Sam The Miracle Man And The Soul Congregation - Give Me Another Joint 
  17. Big Maybelle - Quittin' Time 
  18. Damn Sam The Miracle Man And The Soul Congregation - Smash 
  19. Chuck A Luck & The Lovemen LTD - Whip You 
  20. Third Guitar - Baby Don't Cry 
  21. Kim Tolliver - Driving Me To The Arms Of A Stranger 
  22. Big Maybelle - I Can't Wait Any Longer 
  23. Clarence Reid - Something Special About My Baby 
  24. Kim Tolliver - Tuesday's Child 
  25. Big Maybelle - Don't Pass Me By 
  26. Clarence Ried - Heaven Will Welcome You 
  27. Chuck Flamingo & The Kansas City Playboys - What's My Chances 
  28. International GTO's - I Love My Baby 
  29. Jo Armstead - No Better For Ya 
  30. International G.T.O.'s - It's Been Raining In My Heart

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Description

A rarities-loaded collection of exceptional soul records, gospel-soaked chorus, crackling percussion, and boomy brassy funk numbers from the vaults of The Rojac catalogue.

Founded in 1963 Rojac Records was Jack Taylor's attempt to capture the musical pulse of Harlem. Through out the 60s (and into the 80s) the imprint released a steady stream of releases. Whether they were hits or near hits they're all exceptional in quality.

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