Barbara Lynn: I’m a Good Woman (snippet)
From 7″ (Cultures of Soul, 2011)

The Fabulous Fugitives and Their Review: What the World Needs (snippet)
From 7″ (Cultures of Soul, 2011)

Cultures of Soul is a relatively new label (both reissues and new releases) put together by DJ Jeff Swallom aka Deano Sounds. The label is part of a mini-content empire that includes a sales site for original vinyl plus interviews with different soul/funk personalities.

Anyways, they’ve been kind enough to offer up a 7″ giveaway for a few of their recent titles, including both of the songs you can hear above. The Barbara Lynn is an ageless femme funk classic but the Fabulous Fugitives is revelation to me, a crazy obscure Memphis 7″ from 1973. In addition, you’ll also get copies of the Original Black Sheep of the Family reissue and the newly recorded Jordan Valentine and Sunday Saints release.



2 thoughts on “CULTURES OF SOUL 7″ GIVEAWAY”

  1. Word, this Fugitives shit is a sure shot. Thanks for the heads up! I also ordered that Overton Berry Trio 2LP the other day so thanks for that, too.

  2. Thanks for posting Barbara Lynn’s “I’m A Good Woman”. It has such a stunning intro. It was sampled for Danny Brown and Elzhi’s “Contra”.

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