Thursday, 15 July 2010

MAXINE BROWN - OUT OF SIGHT (EPIC 1968) Jap DSD mastering cardboard sleeve + 2 bonus




Miss Brown Is no newcomer to the hit charts, having been there with Chuck Jackson and alone on another label, but she is a newcomer to EPIC, and this LP marks her debut.
She is never sounded better. Listen to her wail "Sunny" as though it belonged to her from the beginning, and her treatment of Percy Sledge's "When A Man Loves A Woman" is a pure gem.
Hear "In My Entire Life" to Know that Maxine Brown has a hot package on her hands...[Billboard, July 1968]

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9 comments:

derwent said...

Maxine Brown made some classic soul music. I never knew she recorded for EPIC. What an odd label choice for a 'soul' singer. Thankyou for this rare gem.

hooch said...

thank you so much!

Pepo said...

amazing blog! fantastic. One question, where can i buy those great japanese remasters?
thanks

Georgie Hirezola said...

you can order them at your local shop but the cost will be very high!!!
also you can order them directly from Japan...(there are links in this page)
But the big problem is that the most of these items are limited editions so they disappear from the market usually a couple of months or less after their official release...
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The most of my posts here... I mean the Okeh albums, Maxine Brown, Supremes,James Brown & many others are out of print for ages!!
thanks guys
Georgie+++

Bill said...

BIG fan of Maxine Brown. THANK YOU!

Anonymous said...

thanks for all the music. not sure if you heard-the term "Jap" went out in the forties- Yuji

Georgie Hirezola said...

No I didn't...
is it bad????...just tried to shorten the "japanese mastering"..that was all!
I never said....the Japs!
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thanks guys for your nice comments
Georgie+++

hooch said...

Many thanks as always!

stuckinthe70s said...

thanks - steve.