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60s 70s Soul Funk the next step of kent's adventure through the fame records catalogue focuses on the singles of clarence carter fame's biggest star his 45s from this period were issued on fame atlantic and united artists for the first time ever we bring together every a and bside he recorded for rick hall the first volume covers the singles released between 19661970 including the millionselling 'slip away' and five other top ten rb hits including 'too weak to fight' and 'snatching it back' it also includes classic southern rb dancers 'looking for a fox' 'tell daddy' and 'thread the needle' clarence is backed on many of these records by the classic first fame rhythm section of roger hawkins david hood jimmy johnson and barry beckett every track is produced by rick hall all but the sadly departed beckett gave exclusive interviews about clarence carter for the sleeve notes access to the fame tape archive means that these recordings have never sounded better privileged access to their photo library gives us a complete 1968 session which provides a stunning cover image and illustrations for the booklet