• ROY ROBERTS' ROCK HOUSE RECORDS DOUBLE 45 SPECIAL!
    ROY ROBERTS' ROCK HOUSE RECORDS DOUBLE 45 SPECIAL!
    ROY ROBERTS' ROCK HOUSE RECORDS DOUBLE 45 SPECIAL!
    ROY ROBERTS' ROCK HOUSE RECORDS DOUBLE 45 SPECIAL!
  • ROY ROBERTS' ROCK HOUSE RECORDS DOUBLE 45 SPECIAL!

ROY ROBERTS' ROCK HOUSE RECORDS DOUBLE 45 SPECIAL!

£12.00

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IZIPHO SOUL SHOWCASES ROY ROBERTS’ ROCK HOUSE RECORDS!
ROY ROBERTS – ‘SHOULD HAVE BEEN OVER’
ROY ROBERTS – ‘BABY’
FLOYD MILES – ‘IT’S BEEN A LONG TIME’
TOMMY THOMAS – ‘SWEET LADY LOVE’
What an incredible honour it is for IZIPHO SOUL to have licensed music from Soul Blues legend Roy Roberts’ label Rock House Records!
‘Should Have Been Over’, one of the finest authentic soul tracks of 2018, championed at the time on Mark Merry’s Soul Sermon, Mick O’Donnell’s Soul Discovery and featured in Brian Goucher’s top 10 of the year!
We also have three other beauties from the Rock House catalogue: ‘Baby’, where Roy drops down an octave to deliver a seductive ballad; the late great Floyd Miles delivers a tale of wrong doing and Tommy Thomas declares sweet love for his lady!
This is a special double 45 for the price of one! A ‘must have’ for real soul aficionados: that’s £12 + P&P for two 45s! (NOT being sold separately)
To hear 'Should Have Been Over' please copy and paste the link below
http://westwoodmusicgroup.com/rl/Rock_House_Records/audio/Should_Have_Been_Over-Roy_Roberts.mp3



 





 

Floyd Miles (RIP)
Daytona Beach, FL-based bluesman Floyd Miles first emerged as the singer/drummer with the Universals, a gritty soul band which enjoyed huge popularity on the oceanfront circuit during the early 1960s; among Miles' acolytes were the young Duane and Gregg Allman. An early satellite member of the Allman Brothers Band, Miles later went on to back Clarence Carter but otherwise remained primarily a regional favorite until he finally made his headlining debut with the 1992 Ichiban release Crazy Man; Goin' Back to Daytona followed in 1994, and he also gained national exposure on tour as a member of the Gregg Allman and Friends group.

Tommy Thomas
Tommy got his first taste of the blues at a professional level when Capitol Records offered his older sister a contract. She was 14! By the time he was 12, he had already been offered a deal. Having parents who valued an education and letting kids be kids, Tommy was swayed away from the temptations of the recording business. Until now.