Eccentric Soul 45s

So much to discover here, and not all of it is confined to our ongoing 7-inch wanderings at the fringes of Numero's own flagship Eccentric Soul series. Rabbit holes are spelunked concerning Wee's "Try Me," which should by all means lead listeners to the Wee LP on our Asterisk imprint. Ant Hill Mob supplements our Boddie box. And the Little Ed triple-45 box may not say "eccentric soul" on it, but damned if it isn't that and then some. Did we mention Syl Johnson's image(s) enshrined in kraft tape?