Gary Bond

Gary Bond contributor at The Face Radio

Contributor

Gary Bond

“I like to dabble!” Gracing us from the sunny South Coast of England, Gary has been immersed in music all his life. A true modernist at heart and inspired by and interested in the cutting edge and breaking fresh, he has found himself immersed in Mod, Rare Groove, Funk, Acid Jazz, Northern Soul, Latin, Brazilian music, Ska and early House. A real sucker for a big tune no-matter the genre, he’s a compulsive crate digger who spends a lot of of time in dusty record stores hunting for that elusive rare groove.

Contributions by Gary

Billy Stewart - Cross My Heart

Billy Stewart – Cross My Heart

This record is a stunning deep-soul ballad that came out on Chess Records in 1967

Lorraine Silver - Standing At The Intersection

Lorraine Silver – Standing At The Intersection

Released earlier this year on the bespoke Rochester Hills label, Lorraine Silver is a name that will be familiar to Northern Soul fans.

Tony Hestor - Spaceland

Tony Hestor – Spaceland

This version however, a solid intergalactic-groover, with Tony providing velvet-toned vocals

Bobby Womack & Brotherhood - Home Is Where The Heart Is

Bobby Womack & Brotherhood – Home Is Where The Heart Is

This spiritually uplifting masterpiece which permeates warmth and soul-togetherness saw some of the old magic return

Al Foster Band ‎– The Night Of The Wolf

Al Foster Band ‎- The Night Of The Wolf

Majestic grooviness!

Martha & The Vandellas My Baby Loves Me Label The Face Song Of The Day

Martha & The Vandellas ‎– My Baby Loves Me

A sparkling piece of Motown Magic!