It’s been a long time in the making but now, after months of research, tweaking, tears and tea drinking, we present to you the latest Sack Of Soul show. It’s got a bit of this, a bit of that, and a bit of how’s your father thrown in for good measure so unplug the phone, turn off the telly, assume crash position, rest a bowl of snacks on your stomach/other body part of your choosing, and enjoy what critics are calling “the last true expression of artistry available anywhere, at any price.” *
*Made up quote
It’s been a long wait.
Too long to be without a high potency dose of THE FUNKNESS, but here it is; Sack Of Soul 21.
We’ve got classic breaks, boogie, two step soul, jazz, reggae, new stuff and old stuff, all hand picked by a highly skilled team of music researchers, archivists and connoisseurs from around the globe. Actually that last bit was a massive porky pie – Ian chose everything, but don’t let that tarnish your enjoyment of what is perhaps the most incredible collection of music ever assembled.}
As if to usher in the springtime, here’s the new Sack Of Soul show. Throw open your windows, let some fresh air in, and let some funky soul blast out to serenade the neighbours. Each tune is tree ripened for extra flavour, hand picked for freshness, and delivered direct to you for the princely sum of free. Relax as Bobby Womack, Alice Russell and Quantic, The Dells, Betty Davis, Jorge Ben and all their showbiz mates show you how the pros play the game.
The Seeks Music soul guru returns with his big sack bulging at the seams with funky nuggets. The whole thing kicks off with 5 tunes to warm you up as the frost starts to set in. But to be honest the sunshine doesn’t really stop there with tunes from Vernon Burch, Starpoint, The Natural Four, Ann Peebles, The Stance Brothers and The George Benson Quartet.