Shrine: The Rarest Soul Label (Used LP)

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Format: LP 
Label: Horace's 
Year: 1990 

Media Condition: NM 
Sleeve/Cover Condition: VG+ 


A1 Les Chansonettes - Don't Let Him Hurt You 
A2 Eddie Daye & The Four Bars - Guess Who Loves You 
A3 The Cautions - No Other Way 
A4 Shirley Edwards - Dream My Heart 
A5 The Epsilons - Mad At The World 
A6 Sidney Hall - I'm A Lover 
A7 Ray Pollard - No More Like Me 

B1 The Cairos - Stop Overlooking Me 
B2 Jimmy Armstrong - I Believe I'll Love On 
B3 The Cautions - Watch Your Step 
B4 The Counts - You're My Only Love 
B5 Linda & The Vistas - She Went Away 
B6 Tippie & The Wisemen - Wait Till I Get There 
B7 The Prophets - Huh Baby 

Shrine Records was an American soul and R&B record label based in Washington, D.C. It was founded in 1964 by its primary songwriter Eddie Singleton and his wife, Raynoma Gordy Singleton (who had also founded Motown with her then-husband, Berry Gordy). Its headquarters was a townhouse located at 3 Thomas Circle NW within Washington, D.C. 

From 1964 to 1967, Shrine released a total of twenty vinyl 45 singles comprising forty different tracks. However, none of the Shrine singles were significant hits, and the label ceased operations in 1967. Shrine's stock of unsold records was destroyed in a warehouse fire in the 1968 King assassination riots. As a result, very few Shrine records remain today and are highly sought-after by collectors. 

This LP collects both originally released and previously unreleased Shrine material.

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