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Soul Love, Vol. 2 [Dressed to Kill]

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9/25/2001

Review

The Soul Love series of albums feature some of the classic soul era's best moments, emphasizing songs about love. There's a nice sense of diversity among the featured performers and songs. There's not an abundance of Motown songs like you might expect, and there are quite a few lively songs featured that might surprise you. For the most part, though, the featured songs are love ballads. Some of the noteworthy songs on this volume include Gene Chandler's "Duke of Earl," Funkadelic's "One Nation Under a Groove," and Curtis Mayfield's "Moving on Up." Released by the U.K.-based Dressed to Kill label. ~ Jason Birchmeier
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Move on Up Curtis Mayfield 4:19
  3. 2 Working in the Coal Mine Lee Dorsey 2:49
  4. 3 One Nation Under a Groove Funkadelic 7:27
  5. 4 Duke of Earl Gene Chandler 2:20
  6. 5 Hello Stranger Barbara Lewis 2:42
  7. 6 That's the Way I Feel About 'Cha Bobby Womack 5:8
  8. 7 Harlem Shuffle Bob & Earl 2:48
  9. 8 Oh No, Not My Baby Maxine Brown 2:35
  10. 9 Have You Seen Her? The Chi-Lites 5:8
  11. 10 Ruler of My Heart Irma Thomas 2:45
  12. 11 Tell It Like It Is Aaron Neville 3:7
  13. 12 You're No Good Betty Everett 2:13
  14. 13 Mockingbird Inez & Charlie Foxx 2:46

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