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One-Derful Collection: Mar-V-Lus Records
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: Secret Stash
  • UPC: 853580005213
  • Item #: 1465330X
  • Genre: Soul/R & B
  • Release Date: 2/3/2015
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Price: $21.99
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One-Derful Collection: Mar-V-Lus Records on LP

Between 1962 and 1971, the One-derful!family of labels released 180+ 45s of stunning soul, funk, and gospel. Over two years of painstaking research and work, including countless hours spent cataloging, transferring, and mastering 250 of the label's tapes, has contributed to an amazingly extensive reissue collection. In addition, some of the world's leading experts have contributed liner notes and interviewed virtually every known surviving artist, producer, and otherwise involved party. In total, the six volumes of the One-derful! Collection include 12 LPs/6 CDs with 147 tracks, 57 which were never issued, and 144 pages of 12" x 12" liner notes stuffed full of rare and never before seen photos and memorabilia. Spanning 1962 to 1971, these compilations bring forth a wealth of overlooked and never before heard recordings and history. The second installment of the One-derful! Collection focuses on MarV-Lus, the teen-oriented imprint of this legendary R&B label group. Mar-V-Lus is preceded by the One-derful!Records compilation and will be followed by releases of the M-Pac!, Halo, Midas, and Toddlin' Town sub-labels. This series marks the first in-depth study of what was once one of Chicago's most prominent African-American run labels. Mar-V-Lus Records is available in 2xLP and CD formats, and within the grooves of these 25 tracks lie classic dance numbers from Alvin Cash, pure harmonies from the Du-Ettes, soulful funk from Josephine Taylor, aching deep ballads from Johnny Sayles, teen laments from Miss Madeline & the Young Folk, and Detroit influenced uptempo floor fillers from Joseph Moore, the Blenders, and the Ulti-mations, plus 10 tracks that were never issued!