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 SoulMusic Records (SMR) and The Second Disc present the definitive first-ever box set celebrating The Salsoul Orchestra's groundbreaking albums produced, arranged, and conducted by Vincent Montana, Jr. Comprising six Salsoul Orchestra albums including collaborations with "First Lady of Salsoul" Carol Williams and "Cuchi-Cuchi" superstar Charo - all generously expanded. Plus the only album from The Salsoul Strings, rare compilation tracks, and numerous new-to- CD mixes. A total of 103 sizzling tracks including such floor-fillers as 'Salsoul Hustle', 'It's Good for the Soul', the epic 'Magic Bird of Fire', 'Run Away' featuring Loleatta Holloway, 'Nice 'n' Naasty', 'Tangerine', 'Salsoul 3001', Carol Williams' 'More', and Charo's 'Dance a Little Bit Closer' and 'Cuchi-Cuchi'. Every album features the legendary musicians of Philadelphia's MFSB including The Trammps' Earl Young, Bobby Eli, Jack Faith, Norman Harris, Ronnie Baker, Ron Kersey, Charles Collins, Larry Washington, T.J. Tindall, and conductor Vince Montana on the vibes - plus The Sweethearts of Sigma and Don Renaldo's Horns and Strings with percussion legends Manny Oquendo, Jerry Gonzalez, and Andy Gonzalez of salsa band Libre join Peter "Choki" Quintero, Osvaldo "Chiwawa" Martinez, and Ray Armando to put the "salsa" in Salsoul! Remastered by Nick Robbins with artwork by Paul Bevoir and a deluxe booklet including comprehensive, album-by-album notes by The Second Disc's Joe Marchese drawing on quotes from Vince Montana, Bobby Eli, Carol Williams, Charo, The Sweethearts' Evette Benton, and Salsoul co-founder Ken Cayre. Vincent Montana, Jr. Played the vibes on such all-time classic records as The Delfonics' 'Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)' and 'La-La Means I Love You', Jerry Butler's 'Only the Strong Survive', Dusty Springfield's 'Brand New Me', and The Intruders' 'Cowboys to Girls'. With MFSB, he added his distinctive touch to dozens of favourites from The O'Jays, Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, Billy Paul, and The Three Degrees. This definitive box also contains the Salsoul Orchestra's collaborative albums recorded with Charo and Carol Williams, rare tracks from The Salsoul Strings and the Saturday Night Fever tribute album 'Saturday Night Dance Party', and a plethora of remixes from the 1970s through the present day from such illustrious remixers as Tom Moulton, Shep Pettibone, Walter Gibbons, Mike Maurro, Dr. Packer, and Luca Moplen. Truly... it's good for the soul!
 SoulMusic Records (SMR) and The Second Disc present the definitive first-ever box set celebrating The Salsoul Orchestra's groundbreaking albums produced, arranged, and conducted by Vincent Montana, Jr. Comprising six Salsoul Orchestra albums including collaborations with "First Lady of Salsoul" Carol Williams and "Cuchi-Cuchi" superstar Charo - all generously expanded. Plus the only album from The Salsoul Strings, rare compilation tracks, and numerous new-to- CD mixes. A total of 103 sizzling tracks including such floor-fillers as 'Salsoul Hustle', 'It's Good for the Soul', the epic 'Magic Bird of Fire', 'Run Away' featuring Loleatta Holloway, 'Nice 'n' Naasty', 'Tangerine', 'Salsoul 3001', Carol Williams' 'More', and Charo's 'Dance a Little Bit Closer' and 'Cuchi-Cuchi'. Every album features the legendary musicians of Philadelphia's MFSB including The Trammps' Earl Young, Bobby Eli, Jack Faith, Norman Harris, Ronnie Baker, Ron Kersey, Charles Collins, Larry Washington, T.J. Tindall, and conductor Vince Montana on the vibes - plus The Sweethearts of Sigma and Don Renaldo's Horns and Strings with percussion legends Manny Oquendo, Jerry Gonzalez, and Andy Gonzalez of salsa band Libre join Peter "Choki" Quintero, Osvaldo "Chiwawa" Martinez, and Ray Armando to put the "salsa" in Salsoul! Remastered by Nick Robbins with artwork by Paul Bevoir and a deluxe booklet including comprehensive, album-by-album notes by The Second Disc's Joe Marchese drawing on quotes from Vince Montana, Bobby Eli, Carol Williams, Charo, The Sweethearts' Evette Benton, and Salsoul co-founder Ken Cayre. Vincent Montana, Jr. Played the vibes on such all-time classic records as The Delfonics' 'Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)' and 'La-La Means I Love You', Jerry Butler's 'Only the Strong Survive', Dusty Springfield's 'Brand New Me', and The Intruders' 'Cowboys to Girls'. With MFSB, he added his distinctive touch to dozens of favourites from The O'Jays, Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, Billy Paul, and The Three Degrees. This definitive box also contains the Salsoul Orchestra's collaborative albums recorded with Charo and Carol Williams, rare tracks from The Salsoul Strings and the Saturday Night Fever tribute album 'Saturday Night Dance Party', and a plethora of remixes from the 1970s through the present day from such illustrious remixers as Tom Moulton, Shep Pettibone, Walter Gibbons, Mike Maurro, Dr. Packer, and Luca Moplen. Truly... it's good for the soul!
5013929092136
It's Good For The Soul: Vince Montana Years 75-78
Artist: Salsoul Orchestra
Format: CD
New: Available $57.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Salsoul Hustle
2. Get Happy
3. Chicago Bus Stop (Ooh, I Love It)
4. You're Just the Right Size
5. Tangerine
6. Tale of Three Cities
7. Salsoul Rainbow
8. Love Letters
9. Salsoul Hustle (Single Version)
10. Tangerine (Single Version)
11. You're Just the Right Size (Single Version)
12. Chicago Bus Stop (Ooh, I Love It) (Single Version)
13. Salsoul Hustle (Disco Version)
14. Ooh, I Love It (Love Break) (Shep Pettibone Mix)
15. You're Just the Right Size (Dr. Packer Rework)
16. Ooh, I Love It (Love Break) (Moplen Rework)
17. It's Good for the Soul
18. Nice `n' Naasty
19. It Don't Have to Be Funky (To Be a Groove)
20. Nightcrawler
21. Don't Beat Around the Bush
22. Standing and Waiting on Love
23. Salsoul 3001
24. We've Only Just Begun/Feelings
25. Ritzy Mambo
26. Jack and Jill
27. Tale of Three Cities (Mike Maurro Mix)
28. Salsoul Rainbow (A Tom Moulton Mix)
29. NICER `N' NAASTIER
30. Nice `n' Naasty (Single Version)
31. Nightcrawler (Single Version)
32. Salsoul 3001 (UK Single Version)
33. Ritzy Mambo (Single Version)
34. Salsoul 3001 (Single Version)
35. Nice `n' Naasty (Walter Gibbons 12" Disco Mix)
36. Salsoul 3001 (Walter Gibbons 12" Disco Mix)
37. It's Good for the Soul (Walter Gibbons 12" Disco Mix)
38. It Don't Have to Be Funky (To Be a Groove) (Tom Moulton 12" Disco Mix)
39. Ritzy Mambo (12" Disco Mix)
40. It's Good for the Soul (Demarkus Lewis Chocolate Dice Re-Drum Mix)
41. Love Is You
42. This Time May Be The Last Time
43. More
44. Just Feel
45. My Time of Need
46. Come Back
47. Danger Sign
48. Rattlesnake
49. You're So Much A Part Of Me
50. Love Is You (Single Version)
51. Rattlesnake (Single Version)
52. More of "More" (Disco Version)
53. Come Back (12" Disco Version)
54. More (12" Disco Version)
55. Love Is You (A Tom Moulton Mix)
56. Rattlesnake (Disco Version)

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 SoulMusic Records (SMR) and The Second Disc present the definitive first-ever box set celebrating The Salsoul Orchestra's groundbreaking albums produced, arranged, and conducted by Vincent Montana, Jr. Comprising six Salsoul Orchestra albums including collaborations with "First Lady of Salsoul" Carol Williams and "Cuchi-Cuchi" superstar Charo - all generously expanded. Plus the only album from The Salsoul Strings, rare compilation tracks, and numerous new-to- CD mixes. A total of 103 sizzling tracks including such floor-fillers as 'Salsoul Hustle', 'It's Good for the Soul', the epic 'Magic Bird of Fire', 'Run Away' featuring Loleatta Holloway, 'Nice 'n' Naasty', 'Tangerine', 'Salsoul 3001', Carol Williams' 'More', and Charo's 'Dance a Little Bit Closer' and 'Cuchi-Cuchi'. Every album features the legendary musicians of Philadelphia's MFSB including The Trammps' Earl Young, Bobby Eli, Jack Faith, Norman Harris, Ronnie Baker, Ron Kersey, Charles Collins, Larry Washington, T.J. Tindall, and conductor Vince Montana on the vibes - plus The Sweethearts of Sigma and Don Renaldo's Horns and Strings with percussion legends Manny Oquendo, Jerry Gonzalez, and Andy Gonzalez of salsa band Libre join Peter "Choki" Quintero, Osvaldo "Chiwawa" Martinez, and Ray Armando to put the "salsa" in Salsoul! Remastered by Nick Robbins with artwork by Paul Bevoir and a deluxe booklet including comprehensive, album-by-album notes by The Second Disc's Joe Marchese drawing on quotes from Vince Montana, Bobby Eli, Carol Williams, Charo, The Sweethearts' Evette Benton, and Salsoul co-founder Ken Cayre. Vincent Montana, Jr. Played the vibes on such all-time classic records as The Delfonics' 'Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)' and 'La-La Means I Love You', Jerry Butler's 'Only the Strong Survive', Dusty Springfield's 'Brand New Me', and The Intruders' 'Cowboys to Girls'. With MFSB, he added his distinctive touch to dozens of favourites from The O'Jays, Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, Billy Paul, and The Three Degrees. This definitive box also contains the Salsoul Orchestra's collaborative albums recorded with Charo and Carol Williams, rare tracks from The Salsoul Strings and the Saturday Night Fever tribute album 'Saturday Night Dance Party', and a plethora of remixes from the 1970s through the present day from such illustrious remixers as Tom Moulton, Shep Pettibone, Walter Gibbons, Mike Maurro, Dr. Packer, and Luca Moplen. Truly... it's good for the soul!
        
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