Lou Johnson's Sweet Southern Soul becomes Run Out Groove's tenth reissue title. The Brooklyn soul singer recorded this little slice of soul heaven for Atlantic Records' Cotillion subsidiary in 1969 and it has gone on to become a heavily sought after title for crate diggers and genre fanatics. It was produced by Jerry Wexler and Tom Dowd at Muscle Shoals Studios. With Lou doing songs by Curtis Mayfield, Eddie Hinton and Don Covay, and the legendary Muscle Shoals crack backing band providing support, it has all the elements of a classic Atlantic soul album of the era.
The audio for this deluxe ROG edition was sourced from the original analog master tapes and lacquers were cut at Sam Phillips Recording Service. The title comes pressed on numbered 180g vinyl courtesy of Record Industry in the Netherlands and is housed in a beautiful Stoughton single pocket tip-on sleeve. Back by popular demand, Lou Johnson's Sweet Southern Soul should make a welcome addition to any and all soul collector's music library!
|A1||Rock Me Baby||2:13|
|A2||It's In The Wind||2:24|
|A3||This Magic Moment||2:06|
|A4||She Thinks I Still Care||3:11|
|A5||Move And Groove Together||2:41|
|B1||I Can't Change||2:46|
|B2||Tears, Tears, Tears||2:35|
|B3||People In Love||2:37|
|B4||Don't Play That Song (You Lied)||2:30|