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In less than a week Numero’s new Eccentric Soul: A RGB Production will be hitting finer record stores everywhere. Filled with soaring group harmony ballads bolstered by Williams clean and polished recording style gives you a fresh look into the Capital City’s soul scene during the 70’s. For fans of Father’s Children, this compilation won’t disappoint with a fair share of unreleased recordings all transferred from original master tapes for a near pristine listening experience.
Washington City Paper’s Arts Desk writer Ryan Little breaks down the story of Williams and his impact on the DC scene in his article intertwined with streaming mp3’s to provide some aural support. Check out Williams’s story, love for R. Kelly and a nice unreleased instrumental of the LP-only track “P & Q’s” by the Summits, here.
If you like what you hear but for some reason have been sleeping under a rock for the past year, get Father’s Children: Who’s Gonna Save the World now.
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