Gloria Irving/Betty Everett - I Need A Man/My Love

Format:
7"-Single
10,00 EUR
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand

In conjunction with London's Jukebox Jam club night we bring you regular doses of the wildest, rawest original Rhythm and Blues of the '50s and early '60s on DJ friendly collectable 45rpm format. Linked by a sequential catalogue numbering system, each release will also boast a unique label design and title, making them unlike any other reissue on the market. For JBJ1003 we've selected two complimentary female vocal sides from the legendary Chicago Blues independent, Cobra Records. The top side has an otherwise unknown Gloria Irving singing a lascivious plea over an exotic, latin-seasoned rhythm. The flip shows an early performance by Betty Everett, who went on to forge a successful singing career in the '60s and '70s. It's soulful RnB she offers here with the sultry 'My Love', a low-key beauty. Two sides of desperate romance from two truly seductive vocal talents - is it any wonder we've tagged this one with the label 'Charm'? !!! Limited Run - Only 500 copies pressed !!!

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