1. THE TRAMP (FROM FUNKY BROADWAY) - The Showmen Inc.
2. PUT IT IN - Johnny King and the Fatback Band
3. LET ME COME WITHIN - Renaldo Domino
4. ZU ZU - Wally Cox & the Natives
5. CISSY POPCORN - Preston Love
6. SOUL LIVIN' - Everyday People Unlimited
7. BROTHER BROWN - Camille Bob
8. CAT SCREAM - Li'l Buck
9. GET DOWN WITH THE GEATER - Chet Ivey
10. TAKE CARE OF YOUR OWN BUSINESS - Dave Hamilton
11. AT THE SOUL-IN - Count Yates and the Rhythm Crusaders
12. FAT MAN - TKOs
13. CRAZY GIRL (PT 2) - Freddie Love
14. SWEET THING - Houston Outlaws
15. FUNKY BROADWAY - Lowell Fulson
16. BLENDING SOUL - The Soul Blenders
17. AIN'T IT A GROOVE - Chico & Buddy
18. FUNKY CHICKEN - Preston Love
19. SWEET POTATO GRAVY - Maurice Simon and the Pie Men
20. SOUL BROTHER'S TESTIFY - Soul Senders
Once again, the compilers have found a bunch of very rare tracks by some fairly obscure recording artists (mostly recorded from 1967 to 1972, plus one track from 1965), but it's all first-class material that should please discerning funk and soul fans.
As for some of the more interesting cuts, Cat Scream's Li'l Buck has some real slick high-speed jittery funk guitar, Dave Hamilton's Take Care of Your Own Business has a welcome bluesy harmonica and mildly Howlin' Wolf-like vocal delivery, Chico & Buddy's Ain't It a Groove has a more AM play list friendly sound than most (with those Philadelphia-like vibraphones), and the Soul Senders' Soul Brothers Testify has some scorching Jimi Hendrix-influenced guitar.
Fans of other volumes in this series will definitely love this one.