Soul Treats! - Soul music blog by Soulville UA

Soul Treats! - Soul music blog by Soulville UA

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Soultreats is Soulville U-A´s music blog. It´s updated several times a week with a new soulful record. It is our chance to spotlight the artists and record labels that made the music but rarely the charts.
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Hot Sauce - Bring It Home (And Give It To Me) - Volt

70s SoulPosted by Martin Thu, May 26, 2011 08:18:03
A wonderful southern crossover track that I was reminded of when top man Gareth Donovan played it recently.
Hot Sauce was a group from Detroit area that consisted of Rhonda Washington, William Callaway and Glynton Ashley. They cut four singles for the Stax/Volt label between 1972-1975 before they disbanded and Washington continued as a solo artist using the Hot Sauce name. This is their first release which came out in April 1972. Detroit record producer Al Perkins arranged the deal with Stax records, he´d been a radio DJ in in the Mephis area before moving north and had contacts in the business. Although they were off to a promising start with this which reached #35 on the Billboard RnB chart, the group failed to achieve the same success again and their only other chart entry was in 1974 with "Stop Dogging Me" which reached #78. The latter singles on Volt shows that the company had plans on releasing an LP with the group called "Good Woman Turning Bad", it even had a number assigned to it. Sadly this project never materialized, most likely because of the financial difficulties the label was going through in the mid 70s. Enjoy!

"Bring It Home (And Give It To Me)"

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