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The Turning Tide

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by PP Arnold

Feature Records for the week beginning Mon 23 Apr 2018

Arriving in England as an Ikette with the Ike & Tina review in the mid-60s, PP Arnold was spotted by Mick Jagger who immediately got her signed to Immediate Records. Several huge hits followed, 'First Cut is The Deepest', 'Angel Of The Morning', and so on… PP became one of the iconic faces of the 60s.

It was around 1968 PP started recording an album with Barry Gibb and cut many tracks before he returned to the Bee Gees and Eric Clapton took over and recorded two more songs. Eric called in his Delaney and Bonnie band who later became Derek and The Dominos, along with Rita Coolidge and soul singer Doris Troy. The end result was phenomenal, they recorded songs written by Steve Winwood, Van Morrison and Jagger, Richards. These recordings were left sitting on shelves for many years due to industry politics.

It became PP Arnold's mission to let these recordings see the light of day, and not let this incredible piece of music history stay buried. Now these recordings are being released for the first time.

This week's Top 10: 
PP Arnold - The Turning Tide
Blank Realm - 'Lethal Prayer'
Bitch Diesel - 'Power'
Ara Koufax - 'Shades of Blue'
REMI - 'My People (Ft. Thando)'
Jake Mason Trio - 'Rib Eye'
Thievery Corporation - 'Destroy the Wicked (Ft. Notch)'
The Seven Ups - 'Commandments'
Dead City Ruins - 'Dirty Water'
John Flanagan Trio - 'Beauty on the Bottom'

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