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swamp rock, country soul

Country Got Soul is a series of music compilation albums edited by Ross Allen, exploring the links between country music and soul music.

Assembled by singer-songwriter Jeb Loy Nichols Ross Allen it features sleevenotes by Barney Hoskyns, along with a 1969 swamp manifesto by Atlantic Records kingpin Jerry Wexler.

Country Got Soul (2003)

1. Larry Jon Wilson - Sheldon Churchyard[1] 2. Razzy - I Hate Hate 3. Charlie Rich - Hey Good Lookin 4. Eddie Hinton - Come Running Back To You 5. Tony Joe White - Did Somebody Make A Fool Out Of You 6. Travis Wammack - You Better Move On 7. Donnie Fritts - Short End Of The Stick 8. Delaney & Bonnie - We Can Love 9. Reuben Howell - Funny How Time Slips Away 10. Jim Ford - I- m Gonna Make You Love Me 11. George Soule - Get Involved 12. Sandra Rhodes - Where's Your Love Been 13. Johnny Daye - Stay Baby Stay 14. Bobby Hatfield - The Feeling Is Right 15. Dann Penn - If Love was Money

Country Got Soul 2 (2004)

1. Tony Joe White - High Sheriff Of Calhoun Parish 2. Sandra Rhodes - Sowed Love And Reaped The Heartache 3. Wayne Carson - Soul Deep 4. Townes Van Zant - Black Widow Blues 5. Larry Jon Wilson - Ohoopee River Bottomland 6. Shirl Milete - Big Country Blues 7. Jim Ford - Harland County 8. Bobbie Gentry - Fancy 9. Eddie Hinton - I Can't Be Me 10. Travis Wammack - Easy Evil 11. Donnie Fritts - Muscle Shoals 12. Eric Quincy Tate - Stonehead Blues 13. Rob Galbraith - Corner Of Spit And Whittle 14. Bonnie Bramlett - Your Kind Of Kindness 15. Dan Penn & Chuck Prophet - Heavy Duty





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