Limited Edition Barbecue Sauce Red Vinyl LP!
1976 Southern Soul Album's First-Ever US Vinyl Reissue!
Remastered For Vinyl by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision!
Scandalously scarce Southern soul, originally released on the extremely rare R&R label back in 1976 and currently selling for hundreds of dollars! Shackin' Up was the only LP released by well-traveled soul man Chuck Armstrong, who also recorded for such imprints as Nashville's Sound Stage 7, Detroit's Black Rock, and Miami's Drive, and it's simply an amazing one-off, with production by the great George Kerr (Whatnauts, Linda Jones, Manhattans, Phyllis Hyman) and a brace of strong songs headlined by the single "Give Me All Your Sweet Lovin'".
And while most of the album is sweet 'n' spicy Southern soul, special mention must be made of the song "You've Got To Deal With It (This Superworld)", a tantalizingly powerful, seven minute-long, socially conscious soul epic that suggests Armstrong could have followed the politically aware path to stardom trod by Marvin Gaye, The O'Jays and Curtis Mayfield.
Remastered for vinyl by Mike Milchner of Sonic Vision for its first-ever American LP reissue, Shackin' Up comes in barbecue sauce red vinyl (cuz it's so rare) limited to 1,400 copies!
- Limited Edition - 1400 Copies
- Barbecue Sauce Red Vinyl
- First-Ever American Vinyl Reissue
- Remastered for Vinyl by Mike Milchner at Sonic Vision
- Shackin' Up
- Goodness Gracious
- I'm A Lonely Man
- She Had The Right
- You Got To Deal With It (This Superworld)
- I'm Coming Home
- Misleading Information
- Give Me All Your Sweet Lovin'
- Sweet Foxy Woman