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R&B/Soul - Released August 21, 1959 | Epic - Legacy

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R&B - Released January 1, 1964 | UNI - MOTOWN

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Soul - Released November 1, 1964 | UNI - MOTOWN

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Soul - Released January 1, 1965 | UNI - MOTOWN

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R&B - Released January 1, 1965 | UNI - MOTOWN

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R&B - Released January 1, 1965 | UNI - MOTOWN

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Soul - Released March 22, 1965 | UNI - MOTOWN

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"..the first great soul concept album.." - Rating: A
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Soul - Released January 1, 1966 | UNI - MOTOWN

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R&B - Released January 1, 1967 | Arista - Legacy

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R&B - Released January 1, 1967 | Epic - Legacy

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In 1966, OKeh Records took its turn at trying to revive the recording career of Little Richard. In the fall of that year, they put him in a studio in Hollywood with his former Specialty Records associate Larry Williams producing, and the two cut this album of rock & roll ravers, which was released in January 1967. Little Richard is as frantic as ever, notably on the leadoff track, "I Don't Want to Discuss It," later a showstopper for Delaney & Bonnie, but rock music trends were far removed from his style of rocking abandon by 1967, and this album went unnoticed. OKeh recorded Little Richard doing his hits that January and released the results several months later as Greatest Hits Recorded Live, but that was the end of this comeback. ~ William Ruhlmann
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R&B - Released January 1, 1967 | Arista - Legacy

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R&B - Released March 1, 1967 | RCA - Legacy

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R&B - Released June 1, 1967 | Columbia - Legacy

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R&B - Released July 17, 1967 | Columbia - Legacy

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Soul - Released July 31, 1967 | Epic - Legacy

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Soul - Released August 29, 1967 | UNI - MOTOWN

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Soul - Released August 29, 1967 | UNI - MOTOWN

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R&B - Released October 23, 1967 | Columbia - Legacy

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R&B - Released December 18, 1967 | RCA - Legacy

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Soul - Released January 1, 1968 | Legacy Recordings

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This would be a more cohesive collection if not for the two Mama and Papa Stairsteps' songs: "Windows of the World" and "I Remember You," both eloquently done, but misfit here. All the artists record on Buddah Records and the title is a pseudonym for label mates. The Stairsteps, sans Mama and Papa, do "Million to One" and "Something Missing," topping a cast of tracks by Henry Lumpkin, Timothy Wilson, Judy White (Josh White's daughter), and Tony Lamarr. A good find because many of these tracks aren't readily available elsewhere, and a good candidate for reissuing on CD with additional tracks, providing they drop Mama and Papa Stairsteps' '40s revival. ~ Andrew Hamilton