FortuneRecords

From JJ Barnes to Fred Briggs to Shorty Long, Detroit was owning the soul scene in the late 60s. Digging back in to the vinyl vaults for songs released between 1966-69, DL! compiles some of the more rare cuts released on smaller, under-the-radar labels like Mickays and Fortune Records to present a mixtape of tasty soul ditties straight from the heart of Detroit city.

1. The Elgins – Heaven Must Have Sent You (3:56), 1966
2. Chris Clark – Love’s Gone Bad (2:23), 1966
3. Tammi Terrell – All I Do Is Think About You (3:02), 1966
4. The Isley Brothers – My Love Is Your Forever (3:07), 1966
5. The Monitors – Serve Yourself A Cup Of Happiness (2:18), 1969
6. Shorty Long – Here Comes The Judge (2:44), 1968
7. Fred Briggs – Sound Off (2:54), 1966
8. Deon Jackson – Love Makes The World Go Round (2:31), 1966
9. JJ Barnes – Chains of Love (2:31), 1967
10. The Precisions – If This Is Love (2:47), 1967
11. Dee Edwards – All The Way Home (2:38), 1966
12. Edwin Starr – My Kind Of Woman (2:35)
13. Johnny Mae Mathews – I Have No Choice (2:40), 1967