Sam Dees :: Soul Sister (1969)

Dig that ominous, hypnotic, and downright menacing groove. When Sam’s vocal begins, it’s all over.

From Birmingham, AL, Sam Dees journeyed to Nashville as a young man to begin recording in the late '60s. Even though records such as this and the mighty "Lonely For You Baby" are the type of 45s that make soul collectors weak in the knees, these devastating records sold next to nothing upon their initial release. However, considering how whipped my personal copies of these records are, they were undoubtedly loved and partied with by their former owners. Fortunately, Sam Dees saw success . . .

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