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

timi yuro - something bad on my mind front cover

I have to declare that I (Nikos) consider Timi Yuro one of the best singers of the 60’s and this is my favorite of her albums. I really adore her voice. Timi is considered to be one of the...

the tempests - would you believe !!  front cover

A highly sought-after classic ’60s Soul album. The ten piece band from North Carolina were a massive draw on the live circuit and were major players in expounding the Carolina Beach scene. This, their one and only album, was...

Bobby Hutton ‎– Piece Of The Action front

Heavily In-Demand album featuring The Northern Soul stomper “Lend A Hand” plus other mid-tempo Soul Grooves. A huge upbeat anthem from the early ’70s by Bobby Hutton, if you’ve ever been curious about Northern Soul, this would be a...

Sam Fletcher - 1967 -  The Look of Love - The Sound of Soul front

With a voice that shone with class and sophistication, vocalist Sam Fletcher was known as “The Man With The Golden Voice” to his many fans – the biggest of which included Nat King Cole, Aretha Franklin and Nancy Wilson,...

Gary Bartz Music Is My Sanctuary front

A fantastic bit of jazz funk fusion – and one of the landmark 70s albums produced by Mizell Brothers! This is Gary Bartz’s second (and most amazing) collaboration with Larry Mizell – a studio genius who could focus on...


The voice and pen that crafted the multi-format standard “Sunny” took four years to create as exquisite an album of adult contemporary R&B as you’ll find. This was recorded a full year before Lou Rawls would hit with the...

otis redding - otis blue front

Outside of an anthology or greatest hits package, this is the Otis Redding disc to own. Eight of the eleven selections are cover tunes, but Otis and crew attack the material with such passion and precision that it escapes...

Marcia Hines - Marcia Shines (1975)

Born in 1953 in Boston, USA, Marcia Hines arrived in Australia in 1969 – sixteen years old and pregnant – to take part in the local production of the musical “Hair”. In 1973 she followed that success with the...


without reviews

Phyllis Hyman You Know How To Love Me front

By M. A Fortes Phyllis Hyman could sing anything and make it worthwhile. Here, she teamed up with James Mtume and Reggie Lucas to create an R&B record that would boost her profile. Mtume and Lucas had been a...

leon ware 1972 lp front

Sublime work from Leon Ware – the mellow soul master who’s one of our favorite talents of the 70s! This album is Leon’s first – recorded years before he did his records for Motown and Elektra – and it’s...

Please - Manila Thriller - front LP

Please was a band that consisted of bunch of Filipinos located in West Germany during the 1970s. The fellows Roy David (trumpet), Carlos David Jr. (guitar), Lito Cruz (trumpet and percussion), Manuel Santa Maria (trombone and percussion), Mariano Santa...


Bass-heavy funk from Ebonee Webb – one of the more all-out funk acts of the Capitol 80s groove scene – but a group who could also sound great on some of their mellower numbers! The group really put the...

Power & Water 1975 lp front cover

Great Soul/Funk LP with two killers tracks “I can Find A Way To Your Heart” and ” Mr. Weatherman“ The group WATER & POWER was founded by songwriters Warren Sams Jr. and William Peele Jr. around 1972. The name...

lee edwards front

Very Rare Private Press on Seawind Productions Superb Sweet Soul Music! An unknown talent out of Detroit, Lee Edwards may not have blown up big, but he did leave behind this lovely, obscure soul album. Check copies sold here...

Tomorrow's People Open Soul front

Killer and hyper rare LP containing a whole slew of deep cuts, including the 20:13 ‘Open soul‘ workout, a beautiful, epic 20 minute journey that takes the listener on a funky, spiritual, psychedelic ride. I feel that in the studio...

Tony Wilson - I Like Your Style front

Born Anthony Wilson, singer, songwriter and bassist Tony Wilson teamed up with the lateErrol Brown to form Hot Chocolate, one of the most popular British (Soul/Funk/Disco) bands in the 70’s and 80’s. He started a solo career back in...

Shout Box

(Monday, Feb 8. 2016 08:54 AM)
(Monday, Feb 8. 2016 09:50 PM)
haven’t been here in a minute but i was looking for Kitty and the Haywoods / 1978 / love shock? if anybody can help find this album. thank u
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Mr. Moo
(Tuesday, Feb 9. 2016 06:46 AM)
(Tuesday, Feb 9. 2016 09:57 PM)
thank u mr. moo appreciate it
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2 Dam Funky
(Tuesday, Feb 9. 2016 10:17 PM)
Hi Guys,
Has anyone got Kat-Tet – Women (1980) LP
Many thanks in advance.
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