Wright, O.V.

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Wright, O.V. - Into Something (I Can't Shake Loose) Into Something (I Can't Shake Loose)
Soul New - LP HLP 6001 Cream
Sealed 1977 Original. Cut Corner.... more details
 
Wright, O.V. - Memphis Unlimited Memphis Unlimited
Soul Used - LP BBLX 72 Back Beat
Rare 1973 White Label Promo. Jacket Has A Hint Of Ring Wear At The Top And A Small Nick In The Mouth. The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed. Memphis Unlimited Was Released On Back Beat Records And Distributed By ABC, But It Was Arranged And Produced By Willie Mitchell And Has That Classic Southern Soul Sound Of Hi Records. Mitchell’s Amazing Production Made Everyone He Worked With Sound Like Al Green Like On I’ve Been Searching, You Must Believe In Yourself, I’d Rather Be Blind, Cripple, And Crazy, Are You Going Where I’m Coming From, And I’m Going Home (To Live With God). The Other Songs Are Decent As Well, Making Memphis Unlimited One Of Those Few Records You Can Listen To From Beginning To End.... more details
 
Wright, O.V. - Memphis Unlimted Memphis Unlimted
Soul New - LP BBLX 72 Back Beat
Sealed 1973 Original, CC.... more details
 
Wright, O.V. - The Bottom Line The Bottom Line
Soul New - LP HLP 6008 Hi
Sealed 1978 Original, COH.... more details
 
Wright, O.V. - If It'sOnly For Tonight If It'sOnly For Tonight
Soul New - LP BLP 61 MCA
Sealed Early 70's Reissue.... more details
 
Wright, O.V. - Bottom Line Bottom Line
Soul Used - LP HLP 6008 Hi
Stunning Heavy Vinyl White Label Promo, Clean Cut Out Hole. “Second In A Series Of Three Hi Studio Albums, O.V. Wright Was Finally Allowed To Record For Willie Mitchell's Own Label, Since His Former Employer, Don Robey, Had Sold Backbeat To ABC In 1973. As Was The Case With Al Green, Mitchell Had Developed A Longtime Friendship With Wright, Overseeing Most Of His Backbeat Single Sides And Albums. Come The End Of The '70s The Famous Hi Sound Started To Lose A Little Of Its Tightness, But This Is Fairly Overcome By Wright's Exceptional Vocal Qualities. The Bottom Line Wasn't Crafted With The Same Session Men As It's Predecessor. Mostly Made Up Of Ballads, The Single "I Don't Do Windows" Stands Apart As The Only Up-Tempo Exception. Bobby Womack's "That's The Way I Feel About Cha" Gets A Nice Southern Soul Makeover. A "Late Night Jazz Bar Everybody Gone Home Contemplative" "I Don't Know Why" Is Similar To A Lesser Known Stevie Wonder Track, Coincidentally Of The Same Name. The Shimmering "A Little More Time" Deserves Special Mention: Starting Out As A Roll Call Of Soul Singers Who Had Died Way Before Their Time, It's A Tribute Of Prophetic Proportions. Soon Enough Wright Would Join Their League. Many Compilations Of His Hi Output Were Released Throughout The Second Half Of The '90s.” Quint Kik, AMG.... more details
 
Wright, O.V. - A Nickel And A Nail And Ace Of Spades A Nickel And A Nail And Ace Of Spades
Soul Used - LP BBLP 70 Backbear
1977 Stereo Re-Issue Of Deadly Rare 1971 Original. Records Has Brown & Tan MCA Labels. Cover Corners Are Bumped/Pushed.... more details
 

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