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dusty springfield: the complete atlantic singles 1968-1971 (rsd-black friday 2021 exclusive, limited 2-lp ruby red vinyl Edition)
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  • the complete atlantic singles 1968-1971 (rsd-black friday 2021 exclusive, limited 2-lp ruby red vinyl Edition) (2 LP)

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  • Format: LP
  • Label: Real Gone Music
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Dusty Springfield Is the Consensus Pick for the Greatest Female Blue-Eyed Soul Singer of AllTime
  • In 1968, She Departed the Philips Label Where She Had Scored 15 Hits and Signed with theAtlantic Label
  • There, Under the Tutelage of Jerry Wexler,Tom Dowd, and Arif Mardin, She Made One ofthe Greatest Albums of All Time,Dusty inMemphis
  • She Went on to Record Another Classic Album,A Brand New Me, with the Philly Soul ProductionTeam of Gamble and Huff
  • This Crucial Period of Dusty’s Career Has Been Amply Documented, with Three Earlier Releasesfrom Real Gone Music
  • But One Part of Her Tenure at Atlantic Has Been Neglected: Her Singles
  • The Complete Atlantic Singles 1968-1971 Presents the A and B-Sides of All Dozen of Dusty’s Atlantic Singles
  • These 24 Mono Single Mixes Haven’t Been Available on Vinyl Since Their Original 45 RPM Releases Some 50 Years Ago
  • Features Such Hits as “Son-of-a Preacher Man” and “The Windmills of Your Mind”
  • Remastered from Original Tape Sources by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision
  • Annotated by Joe Marchese
  • Copious Rare Photos
  • 2-LP Set
  • Gatefold LP Jacket
  • Ruby Red Vinyl Pressing
  • Limited to 3000 Copies
  • Exclusive to RSD/Black Friday
  • A Must for Dusty Devotees and Soul Fans

In 1968, Dusty Springfield was already aninternational superstar with 15 hits under herbelt for the Philips label when she decided itwas time for a change. What followed was oneof the most legendary and momentous labelmoves in pop music history: Dusty decampedto Atlantic Records, where, under the tutelageof Jerry Wexler, Tom Dowd, and Arif Mardin,she recorded one of the greatest albums of all time,Dusty in Memphis, and scored such indelible hits as “Son-of-a Preacher Man” and “The Windmills of Your Mind” before moving on to Philly soul (“A Brand New Me).

We at Real Gone Music have closely examined this crucial periodin Dusty’s career over the years, with three previous releases. But there remains onefacet of her Atlantic period which has remained largely untouched: her singles.TheComplete Atlantic Singles1968-1971presents the A and B-sides of all dozen singlesshe recorded for the label in their original mono single mixes, on vinyl for the first timein over 50 years (most of these single mixes weren’t even available on compact discuntil our recent CD release). These singular sides highlight how the move to a moreR&B sound at Atlantic (also aided by producers Gamble & Huff and Jeff Barry withsuch players as The Memphis Boys and The Sweet Inspirations) brilliantly capitalizedon the smoky tones of Dusty’s mezzo-soprano to create some of the mostpotent blue-eyed soul ever recorded.Mastered by Mike Milchner fromoriginal tape sources, annotated byJoe Marchese, and featuring copiousphotos,The Complete Atlantic Singles1968-1971is an absolute must for anyDusty devotee or any soul fan to boot.Ruby red 2-LP vinyl pressing limited to3,000 copies, exclusive to RSD/BlackFriday!

Track Listing:

    SIDE ONE

  • Son-of-a Preacher Man
  • Just a Little Lovin’ (Early in the Morning)
  • Don’t Forget About Me
  • Breakfast in Bed
  • The Windmills of Your Mind
  • I Don’t Want to Hear It
  • Anymore

    SIDE TWO

  • Willie & Laura Mae Jones
  • That Old Sweet Roll (Hi-De-Ho)
  • In the Land of Make Believe
  • So Much Love
  • A Brand New Me
  • SIDE THREE

  • Silly, Silly Fool
  • Joe
  • I Wanna Be a Free Girl
  • Let Me Get in Your Way
  • Lost
  • Never Love Again
  • SIDE FOUR

  • What Good Is I Love You
  • What Do You Do When Love Dies
  • Haunted
  • Nothing Is Forever
  • I Believe in You
  • Someone Who Cares