Hand picked records important to the history of Soul Strut. This is updated (almost) daily.
Debut album from this falsetto soul four-piece from New York City. Ace Spectrum were never a hit, barely cracking the R&B charts in the mid 70s, but their debut continues to be sought out by soul collectors worldwide due the incredibly gorgeous vocal harmonies and signature Philly-style arrangements reminding one of the Stylistics (singer Rudy Gay, Sr. went on to arrange for them and father NBA star Rudy Gay). Highlights include their between the sheets cover of "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight," the Donny Hathaway inspired stepper "Moving On," and lead off cut "Don't Send Nobody Else."