The career of Atlanta's singer and guitarist Lee Moses only left behind eight 45s and an album between the mid-60s and 1973. Heard today, it's difficult to understand why success evaded those recordings, as they possess a quality and emotional intensity to match any soul track from that classic era. Particularly his 1967 Musicor single, produced by Johnny Brantley, featuring the two parts of his own composition "Bad Girl". After it's slow build-up comes a torrent of passionate, raw emotion delivered with throat-shredding vocals that is incredibly powerful and moving. Pure soul gold.
The career of Atlanta's singer and guitarist Lee Moses only left behind eight 45s and an album between the mid-60s and 1973. Heard today, it's difficult to understand why success evaded those recordings, as they possess a quality and emotional intensity to match any soul track from that classic era. Particularly his 1967 Musicor single, produced by Johnny Brantley, featuring the two parts of his own composition "Bad Girl". After it's slow build-up comes a torrent of passionate, raw emotion delivered with throat-shredding vocals that is incredibly powerful and moving. Pure soul gold.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: VAMPISOUL
Rel. Date: 12/06/2019
UPC: 8435008869601

Bad Girl Part I / Bad Girl Part Ii
Artist: Lee Moses
Format: Vinyl
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The career of Atlanta's singer and guitarist Lee Moses only left behind eight 45s and an album between the mid-60s and 1973. Heard today, it's difficult to understand why success evaded those recordings, as they possess a quality and emotional intensity to match any soul track from that classic era. Particularly his 1967 Musicor single, produced by Johnny Brantley, featuring the two parts of his own composition "Bad Girl". After it's slow build-up comes a torrent of passionate, raw emotion delivered with throat-shredding vocals that is incredibly powerful and moving. Pure soul gold.