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Soul Agents

The Soul Agencies were among the many R&B-based Uk mid-’60s groups that were able to put out a few roughly singles without creating a commercial impact, though scattered tracks of theirs appear on numerous compilations of Uk Invasion rarities. Their initial two singles acquired energetic and capable, but ultimately not really too distinctive, addresses of music by Roy Orbison, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, and Mose Allison. They proceeded to go in a somewhat more pop path while keeping their raw electric guitar/organ-based sound on the last 45, “Don’t Break It Up,” compiled by the Uk songwriting group of Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley (most well-known for penning the Honeycombs’ “Possess I the proper”). Its B-side, the organ-powered instrumental “Gospel Teach,” was even more indicative from the group’s tempo & blues root base.

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