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Darrell Banks - Don't Know What To Do  /  Darrell Banks - My Love Is Reserved

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Darrell Banks

Don't Know What To Do / Darrell Banks - My Love Is Reserved

Label:

 Daptone Records      

Recorded:

 1969      

Genre:

 Soul

EB Item#: 116625

     

Catalog: DAP1046

     

Item Weight: 45 grams

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Darrell Banks - Don't Know What To Do


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Darrell Banks - My Love Is Reserved


Album review for Darrell Banks - Don't Know What To Do  /  Darrell Banks - My Love Is Reserved

Banks's "Here to Stay" album was, like much other Stax/Volt material of the time, ironically enough, recorded at Detroit's legendary United Sound studios, with a star-studded roster of Detroit talent chipping in: The great producer Don Davis (who'd previously worked with Banks on the hit "Open the Door to Your Heart" for Detroit's Revilot label), hired many months earlier by Stax to Detroitify its sound, helmed the sessions; bandleader-organist Rudy Robinson contributed arrangements; local board whiz Ed Wolfrum engineered; Steve Mancha and the Brothers of Soul's Fred Bridges and Richard Knight wrote these two songs; and presumably those are some of the Funk Brothers playing, augmented by what sound like Memphis horns. The results speak for themselves: moody, punchy, relentless, with a fully produced but rough-hewn beauty to the backing that 's just a perfect match for the deep soulfulness of Banks's voice.



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