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King Curtis - That Lovin' Feeling
(ATCO SD-37-189 US-66 SS 250:-)

King Curtis Ousley was the last of the great R&B tenor sax giants.

"That Lovin' Feeling" from 1966 featured King Curtis playing saxello (a soprano saxophone, for all practical purposes) on a dozen 1960s pop hits.

Original US 6-Track Jukebox EP; Still Sealed!
Mar-Keys - Last Night
(Atlantic ATL-EP-80.061 Swe-61 VG+ 225:-)

The Mar-Keys (originally named The Royal Spades) were the backing band on many early Stax releases but also recorded singles of their own. In 1962 the rhythm section more or less evolved into Booker T & The MG's and later the horn section into The Memphis Horns.

Original Swedish EP; containing "Last Night", "Night Before", "Morning After" and "Diana".
Tex, Joe - The Love You Save
(Atlantic SD‎–78124 US-66 EX 225:-)

Joe Tex was at the top of his game as the down-home philosopher of Southern soul when he cut THE LOVE YOU SAVE, one of three (!) albums Tex would release in 1966. Tex's warm and passionate tenor is in superb form on these tunes and Buddy Killen's production is the perfect marriage of deep South vibe and East coast polish.

6-track Jukebox EP, complete with title stickers!
Thomas, Carla - Carla
(Stax ‎SD-70709 US-66 EX 225:-)

Carla Thomas' second album for Stax – one of the classiest Memphis albums of the 60s, in a way that already had the young singer setting a new standard for the city's scene! While the early sound of Stax might normally be associated with gritty grooves, bumping and grinding out of the city's small club scene – right from the start, Carla Thomas was a talent who let the label hit a whole new level – able to work her vocals with the cool qualities of some of the bigger New York and Detroit divas of the time.

6-track Jukebox EP, complete with title stickers!