Hand picked records important to the history of Soul Strut.
Sophisticated midwest soul, funk, and disco released independently by Charles and Barbara Burton (see the white whale Messengers Inc as well.). Although the album is barely acceptable tepid mid 70s R&B music, it gained mystique on here in the early 00s due to its rarity and baller cover art (voluptuous woman making it rain). It didn't help that diggers were hyping it with mass sealed quantities and autographed flair (perhaps by contacting the artist directly and saying you dig their music before Jazzman got ahold of it for a reissue.) Tracks like "Groovin' at the Night Club" and "Why Don't You Let Me Know" are promising, but unfortunately the rest of music is boring and hardly warranting the hype and price tag.