Eddie giles* eddy giles - losin' boy / i got the blues


T he follow-up “Don’t Let Me Suffer” was rather too similar to the hit for inclusion here. But the flip While I’m Away (Baby Keep The Faith) , another of those Soul In Vietnam songs, was a fine ballad, given greater weight by the delicious extra vocal by Charles Brown and a sparse horn section. This track was also used as the flip to the disappointing "Eddy's Go Go Train” a few months later. But for deep soul fans Eddy’s next release Happy Man was his best yet, with a really committed vocal over a classic chord progression and a soulful organ. “Love With A Feeling” carried on the mood, after a splendidly sanctified opening, and had a lovely bluesy feel to the horns. His next 45 “Soulful Feeling” was a rather messy funk item, but in the strutting southern groove of  “Ain’t Gonna Worry No More” Eddy was right back to peak form.


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