Soul Treats! - Soul music blog by Soulville UA

Soul Treats! - Soul music blog by Soulville UA

What it is.

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.
It´s a celebration!

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Martin

George E. Smith - Don´t Find Me Guilty - Conclave

60s SoulPosted by Martin Mon, February 07, 2011 17:58:08


Another one that I don´t know much about, and I can´t seem to find out anything about it either. Sounds like a mid- to late 60s production to me and Smith is obviously a talented guy. For some reason I think that Conclave records were out of Chicago, but the label doesn´t say anything so that is pretty much just a hunch. The flip "Human", is also a great track, more of a classic ballad but equally as good which makes this little cheapie a contender for this weeks "best value" award.

Enjoy!

"Don´t Find Me Guilty"

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Posted by ACECorsano@hotmail.com Mon, March 04, 2013 14:03:21

Conclave might have been Leroy Lovett's company. He had Conclave Music out of 1619 Broadway in Manhattan in the 1950's, and he knew Rose Marie McCoy, one of the writters.

Posted by Arlene Corsano Mon, March 04, 2013 14:02:29

Conclave might have been Leroy Lovett's company. He had Conclave Music out of 1619 Broadway in Manhattan in the 1950's, and he knew Rose Marie McCoy, one of the writters.

Posted by moxnix Sat, February 12, 2011 05:17:11

Loved the A side, remember the tune, used to have the 45 way back as a child, is it possible to hear the B-side, Human, would be such a great gift from the past, thanks!