About us

FunkMySoul’s only purpose is to spread Soul, Funk and Rhythm & Blues from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, almost exclusively from the original vinyl.

Our Vision

Our vision is to create a collection of the most important artists and albums of these genres, amusical encyclopaedia if you will.

Our Passion

We hope that this passion can unify us all in our utmost respect for the purveyors of the music we love so much. Enjoy it and Bless you all Brothers and Sisters.


with reviews

Jr. Walker and the All Stars Shotgun front

This is likely the best album length project Motown released during the mid 60’s. A time when the label was Hitsville USA and emphasizing single records. The feeling is very much that of a long, steaming, stomping, funky jam...

Kim Tolliver  Come And Get Me I'm Ready front

One of the deepest soul records ever issued by Chess Records – and the album wasn’t even done in Chicago! The album’s the only full effort issued under the name of Kim Tolliver – a singer who’d worked previously...

Melvin Van Peebles What The...You Mean I Can't Sing!

Very tripped out work from Melvin Van Peebles – the multi-talented artist who had a huge influence on African American film in the 70s! Melvin’s working here in a a mode that combines soul, folk, funk, and lots of...

tommy stewart front

Funky genius from the Hotlanta scene of the 70s – the one and only album recorded by Tommy Stewart, a huge force in some of the greatest club tracks of the south, including the massive Spirit Of Atlanta album!...

Donna Summer  Lady Of The Night front

This is the debut album that started it all. Produced by the renowned team of Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, showcasing all of the Boston singer’s great vocal talents and brings back the initial flair of that unforgettable era....

The Glass House Inside The Glass House front

A great album by one of lost groups on the Invictus label! Glass House were a stellar male/female vocal group with a good deep soul sound – very much in the spirit of other Invictus albums of the era,...

McFadden & Whitehead 1979 front

In 1979 the famous Sound of Philadelphia of Sigma Sound Studios threw up this delicious album of funky disco. The big hit was Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now, a mid tempo dance number with lovely interplay between the male...

Bobbi Humphrey - Dig This! front

A stone killer from funky flute player Bobbi Humphrey – one of her early albums for Blue Note Records, and a set that’s a perfect summation of the best sides of her talents! The album’s got a slightly different...


without reviews

Honey & The Bees love front

Considered as one of the “Holy Grails” of female black soul albums, the scarcity of the album outweighs the less than 29 minutes contents easily. This is kind of like listening to a 60’s girl group artifact (The Supremes...


HMC Rare Private Modern Soul,  Hard-To-Find LP. Wonderfully groovy soul from The Entertainers – a group who’s recording here strongly for the beach music scene in the Carolinas, but who have an appeal that’s much more universal! The tunes...

Penny Goodwin Portrait Of A Gemini front

A legendary bit of jazzy soul recorded by Penny Goodwin, an obscure female singer from Milwaukee. Penny has a warm style that is pretty darn nice on its own, but it’s made even better by the great arranger Richard...

Wee ‎ You Can Fly On My Aeroplane

Fantastic lost gem from the late 70’s.  Sexy as hell. Scoring the lives of small-time players, pimps, junkies, and prostitutes lurking around his simultaneously blessed and cursed existence, Wee mastermind Norman Whiteside lived in an entirely different Columbus than...


While Arthur Alexander made a name for himself as a songwriter and vocalist in the early ’60s, he was best known for the hits other folks had enjoyed with his songs (among them the Beatles and the Rolling Stones),...

Cloud One Atmosphere Strut front

 The studio-bound disco unit Cloud One made its debut in 1976 with the spectacular “Atmosphere Strut,” a drifting, blissed-out nugget of underground disco that featured a repeated female vocal refrain of “We’re gonna fly/Fly away.” More importantly, what made...

ofege 1973 try and love front

The ultimate in West African psychedelic funk. The first of their kind, Ofege was a band of college students from St. Gregory’s College, in Lagos, Nigeria. I read somewhere that they were “influenced by Nigerian bands BLO, The Funkees...

Sir Joe Quarterman & Free Soul Front

Although the first track comes off as derivative of early ‘70s James Brown, this album is symbolic of the straight, tight funk that defined the early ‘70s. The only difference is that this album is more-or-less unknown even in...

Shout Box

(Thursday, Apr 28. 2016 07:40 AM)
ERRATUM: it’s on FMS ! Sorry (and thanks) !
(Thursday, Apr 28. 2016 11:42 PM)
Is anybody know (and got) Boscoe’s S/T album released in 1973 ?
I’m dying to discover this one. Thanks in advance.
Mr. Moo
(Saturday, Apr 30. 2016 12:16 PM)
@anewhoop: Boscoe (internet copy ctop) http://www93.zippyshare.com/v/DULvk89G/file.html
[no sender]
(Sunday, May 1. 2016 12:37 AM)
.Many thanks ! :)
(Monday, May 2. 2016 07:58 PM)
glad you’re back nikos! i thought you were gone
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