Fred Brenton

Fred Brenton contributor on The Face Radio

Contributor

Fred Brenton

Fred Brenton is a musician, producer and DJ from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with a passion for soul, funk, and early reggae on vinyl at 45 rpm. He brings this passion to monthly DJ nights with Petroleum Soul Club, and as one of the owners and principal producer for Kimberlite Records.

Contributions by Fred

The Soul Twins - Quick Change Artist

The Soul Twins – Quick Change Artist

Almost all of this groups material was written and produced by the great Detroit veteran, Johnny Griffith.

Brenton Wood - Catch You On The Rebound

Brenton Wood – Catch You On The Rebound

The B-Side to 1967's, 'Baby You Got It', this is a simple little swinger

Candi Staton - Now You've Got The Upper Hand

Candi Staton – Now You’ve Got The Upper Hand

Reminiscent of Duke Browner's “Crying Over You” simply screams Northern Soul classic!

Lou Edwards And Today's People - Talkin' 'Bout Poor Folks Thinkin' 'Bout My Folks

Lou Edwards And Today’s People – Talkin’ ‘Bout Poor Folks, Thinkin’ ‘Bout My Folks

Sits right between Northern and Funky Proto-Disco tearing up dancefloors.

Gladys Knight and the Pips - No One Could Love You More

Gladys Knight and the Pips – No One Could Love You More

An LP-only track in the US from 1971 but released on 45 as a B-side in the UK and elsewhere in 1973.

The Majestics - (I Love Her So Much) It Hurts Me

The Majestics – (I Love Her So Much) It Hurts Me

This is a killer dancer, no matter who it’s credited to.