Putney’s legendary black music retailer and reissue label, Soul Brother Records, are taking part in Record Store Day this coming Saturday. They will be stocking most of the soul, jazz and reggae record store exclusive releases as well as some of the blues and more general releases.
There are more soul and jazz releases for this year than in previous years including the following:
Gregory Porter – ‘1960 What’ 12″
Fame Records Singles box set
Clarence Carter – Unreleased Fame 7″ep
Charles Bradley – ‘Stay Away’ 7″
Dizzy Gillespie –’The Matrix’ 7″
Otis Redding/Aretha Franklin – ‘Respect’ (gold vinyl) 7″
Stax 10 x 7″ box set
These exclusive releases will be only available in the shop on 21st April on a first come first served basis. There is always a friendly vibe on RSD at Soul Brother Records and this year there is a free raffle with the chance to win some classic soul and jazz CDs as well as the opportunity to try homemade cakes with a tea or coffee.
For more info go to: www.soulbrother.com