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UK collection. Having served time with Blues Incorporated, American-born vocalist Ronnie Jones was one of the most soulful singers on the British R&B scene of the 1960's. Ronnie set a template for R&B singers based in the UK, followed by Herbie Goins and Geno Washington. His popularity on the scene, when backed by The Night Timers came close to rivalling Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames. He recorded a string of highly collectable 45's for a variety of labels during the 1960's, before settling in Italy where a second career took hold. Satisfy My Soul is the first-ever collection of Jones' early recordings, including a rare vocal with Blues Incorporated, an American-only single ('Satisfy My Soul') and tracks with backing bands The Night-Timers and The Blue Jays. Jones recorded with some of Britain's finest jazz and R&B musicians of the period, including John McLaughlin, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, John Paul Jones, Alexis Korner, Ritchie Blackmore and Nicky Hopkins, as well as hit producers Andrew 'Loog' Oldham and Les Reed. Ronnie has collaborated on this worthwhile project and is interviewed for the sleeve-notes by Nick Rossi. The booklet boasts numerous rare photos and cuttings from the period.
UK collection. Having served time with Blues Incorporated, American-born vocalist Ronnie Jones was one of the most soulful singers on the British R&B scene of the 1960's. Ronnie set a template for R&B singers based in the UK, followed by Herbie Goins and Geno Washington. His popularity on the scene, when backed by The Night Timers came close to rivalling Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames. He recorded a string of highly collectable 45's for a variety of labels during the 1960's, before settling in Italy where a second career took hold. Satisfy My Soul is the first-ever collection of Jones' early recordings, including a rare vocal with Blues Incorporated, an American-only single ('Satisfy My Soul') and tracks with backing bands The Night-Timers and The Blue Jays. Jones recorded with some of Britain's finest jazz and R&B musicians of the period, including John McLaughlin, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, John Paul Jones, Alexis Korner, Ritchie Blackmore and Nicky Hopkins, as well as hit producers Andrew 'Loog' Oldham and Les Reed. Ronnie has collaborated on this worthwhile project and is interviewed for the sleeve-notes by Nick Rossi. The booklet boasts numerous rare photos and cuttings from the period.
5013929599680
Ronnie Jones - Satisfy My Soul: The Complete Recordings 1964-68

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 07/14/2015
UPC: 5013929599680

Satisfy My Soul: The Complete Recordings 1964-68
Artist: Ronnie Jones
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Night Time Is The Right Time
2. Let's Pin A Rose On You
3. I Need Your Loving
4. My Love
5. It's All Over
6. Anyone Who Knows What Love Is
7. Nobody But You
8. You're Lookin' Good
9. I'm So Clean
10. Satisfy My Soul
11. My Only Souvenir
12. Little Bitty Pretty One
13. Put Your Tears Away
14. In My Love Mind
15. Mama Come On Home
16. Without Love (There Is Nothing)

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UK collection. Having served time with Blues Incorporated, American-born vocalist Ronnie Jones was one of the most soulful singers on the British R&B scene of the 1960's. Ronnie set a template for R&B singers based in the UK, followed by Herbie Goins and Geno Washington. His popularity on the scene, when backed by The Night Timers came close to rivalling Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames. He recorded a string of highly collectable 45's for a variety of labels during the 1960's, before settling in Italy where a second career took hold. Satisfy My Soul is the first-ever collection of Jones' early recordings, including a rare vocal with Blues Incorporated, an American-only single ('Satisfy My Soul') and tracks with backing bands The Night-Timers and The Blue Jays. Jones recorded with some of Britain's finest jazz and R&B musicians of the period, including John McLaughlin, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, John Paul Jones, Alexis Korner, Ritchie Blackmore and Nicky Hopkins, as well as hit producers Andrew 'Loog' Oldham and Les Reed. Ronnie has collaborated on this worthwhile project and is interviewed for the sleeve-notes by Nick Rossi. The booklet boasts numerous rare photos and cuttings from the period.
        
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