We’re delighted to present you this seriously authentic 60s Detroit sound from Larkin Yewell, available for the first time on a fresh-pressed 45 from MD Records.

The Deep South is a very rare number!

Apparently it surfaced on the UK scene around ten years ago, was owned and spun by a very select few, and it’s thought there exist no more than a dozen in circulation worldwide.

Just as well that the good folk at UK-based MD Records tracked down Mr Yewell, secured his archived master tapes and have presented us with this masterly crafted version of his iconic 1969 release.

This belter has a long and captivating story attached to it.

It’s all there for you on the back cover of the sleeve, so for now we’ll get straight to the point – you need this record!

Boasting some of the most authentic late 60s Detroit Soul that money can buy, it showcases clear influence from the big-hitters of the day such as Parliament Funkadelic.

Record Shack has this 45 in stock… but not for long – Order yours today!

Wishing you a great weekend,


P.S. Our Record Shack highstreet store is OPEN AGAIN! and we’re awaiting a new shipment of vinyl next week.


There’s even more amazing 45s in stock at Record Shack… enjoy more carefully selected heavy-hitters from UK-based MD Records.

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