Despite the exhaustion and ennui resulting from a trek to Colchester yesterday to watch Yeovil Town's fairly dismal performance against Colchester United, I have dragged myself from my bed to fulfil the commitment I made to you last Sunday. Here is the second, and for the moment last, Sunday Soul Six-Pack.
This week we are focussing on the female side of the loving and cheating equation. In no particular order, here are:
Millie Jackson - "Till I Get It Right"
Shirley Brown - "This Used To Be Your House"
Denise LaSalle - "Make Love To Me One More Time"
Barbara Mason - "Shackin' Up"
Sandra Wright - "Lovin' You, Lovin' Me"
Tommie Young - "She Don't Have To See You"
And as a special bonus, here is Shirley Brown with a magnificent live performance of her first and biggest hit, "Woman To Woman". I would strongly recommend that all those poor deluded girls who think that gargling like Mariah Carey conveys emotion should watch this to find out what proper singing is about. Ms Brown has all the notes but doesn't feel the need to do them all at the same time - she let's her extraordinary voice serve the song rather than fart about all over the place.
Rant over. Here's Shirley.