Various Artists / Soul Side Of The Street (Hot Phoenix Soul From The Vaults Of Hadley Murrell, 196
Album: Soul Side Of The Street (Hot Phoenix Soul From The Vaults Of Hadley Murrell, 196   Collection:General
Artist:Various Artists   Added:Aug 2006
Label:Bacchus Archives  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2006-08-27 Pull Date: 2006-10-29
Week Ending: Oct 29 Oct 22 Oct 15 Oct 8 Oct 1 Sep 17 Sep 10 Sep 3
Airplays: 3 3 2 3 1 1 1 6

Recent Airplay
1. Mar 28, 2015: Mix Tape
Funky To The Bone
4. Oct 12, 2011: Full Moon Morning Glory
Monkey See
2. Jan 25, 2014: Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
Cecil, The Unwanted French Fry
5. Aug 25, 2011: Summertime Sunshine
Soul Side Of The Street
3. Feb 05, 2013: Pumping Iron
Funky To The Bone
6. Jun 23, 2011: Summertime Sunshine!
Funky To The Bone

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2006-08-21
[coll]: The Soul Side of the Street (Hot Phoenix Soul Sides from the Vaults of Hadley Murrell) 1964-1972
Reviewed by Sadie O., 8/21/06
Great funky soul cuts from Phoenix (who knew?) A real treasure trove of honest street-level Soul – listening to this really lifted my spirits. I could have put another three stars in front of everything.
No FCCs, and no bad tracks (apart from Cecil, which is STRICTLY novelty!) Hooray for Hadley Murrell, whoever the hell he was!
1. 2:40 ***Funky To The Bone, Freddi & Henchi & Soulsetters, 1972
electric guitar, funky beat, hot hot hot!
2. 2:29 **Soul Side Of The Street, Roy & The Dew Drops, 1968
syncopated funk with clear gospel influence
3. 1:56 *Turn Here, Eddie & Ernie, 1965
a bit rough production, horns-based soul, fine singing
4. 2:33 **Are You Angry, The Servicemen, 1967
uptempo Motown-ish, lots of harmonies, bells
5. 2:23 **I'll Stop Loving You, The Servicemen, 1967
totally Temptations, serious singing, harmonies
6. 2:06 ***Garbage In The Kitchen Pt. 1, The LBJ's, 1967
uptempo guitar and bass funk instrumental, rough and rowdy
7. 2:37 ***I'm Just A Nobody, Freddy Love, 1967
brown-eyed soul waltz. Whooooo hoo!
8. 2:42 **Funky Freeze, Bobby Soul, 1966
uptempo with goofy backing vocals
9. 2:15 **I'm Gonna Hurt You, Roy & The Dew Drops, 1967
producer talking intro, great Motown beat
10. 2:34 ***Wish You'd Come Home, Dumas King, 1964
slow soul wailing ballad, bluesy as hell (shit, anyone named “Dumas”, you just KNOW….)
11. 3:14 **Soul Train, The Soulsetters, 1965
really uptempo cover, shouting and clapping, whee! Stops for a bit of M-I-C-K-E-Y… wacky!
12. 2:14 **The No No, Those Fabulous Jokers, 1964
uptempo list of unknown dances – Land of 1000 other dances
13. 2:49 **Self Service, The New Bloods, 1964
sweet soul ballad
14. 2:53 ***Monkey See, Desert Souls, 1964
instrumental, keyboard and hot horns, sounds like it was recorded in the boy’s room
15. 4:01 *Cecil, The Unwanted French Fry, The Soulsetters, 1965
extremely goofy talking blues. There’s even a moral! Absolutely awful, but then it’s supposed to be…

Track Listing
 ArtistTrack Name
1. Freddi & Henchi & Soulsetters Funky To The Bone
2. Roy & The Dew Drops Soul Side Of The Street
3. Eddie & Ernie Turn Here
4. Servicemen, The Are You Angry
5. Servicemen, The I'll Stop Loving You
6. Lbj's, The Garbage In The Kitchen Pt. 1
7. Freddy Love I'm Just A Nobody
8. Bobby Soul Funky Freeze
9. Roy & The Dew Drops I'm Gonna Hurt You
10. Dumas King Wish You'd Come Home
11. Soulsetters, The Soul Train
12. Those Fabulous Jokers The No No
13. New Bloods, The Self Service
14. Desert Souls Monkey See
15. Soulsetters, The Cecil, The Unwanted French Fry