1. Honey & the Bees - Love Addict
2. Martha and the Vandellas - Easily Persuaded
3. Little Rose Little - Family Tree
4. (Miss) Jackie Moore - Who Told You
5. The Sisters Of Righteous - That's How I Feel
6. Patti Jo - Ain't No Love Lost
7. Tommie Young - That's All A Part Of Loving Him
8. Annette Snell - Love Connection
9. Harolyn Montgomery - Gotta Get Away
10. Elsie Mae - Do You Really Want To Rescue Me Part 1
11. Jeannie Dee - Two Heads Are Better Than One
12. Millie Jackson - Hypocrisy
13. The Ebonettes - Just A Mistake
14. Gloria Taylor - Grounded Pt 1
15. TV Mama Jean - Women's Liberation
16. Betty Moorer - It's My Thing
17. Inez & Charlie Foxx and their Mockin' Band - Speed Ticket
18. Little Rose Little - He's What I Need
19. Marie Adams & the Three Tons Of Joy - Get On Up and Do It, Baby (Try It You'll Like It)
20. Jean Knight - Jesse Joe (You Got To Go)
Male-led funk often has a preponderance of James Brown impersonators - complete with grunts and screams - the tune doesn't go completely, but a whole album of that is not ideal for home listening.
The sisters however give us more variety, more songs and perhaps, more soul. Like the Funk Soul Sisters compilation to which this is a follow-up, this gathers 20 obscure woman-sung tracks (a couple of them previously unreleased) from that time in the late '60s and early '70s when soul was changing into funk.
With a desire to fill our shelves with more slinky and funky records, the soul sisters return to show us all how to have a good time.