July 16, 2024

‘Fools in love’, 70s soul on the 45

Miles Away Records continue their series of 7” vinyl reissues with this new 45 by Dyson’s Faces.

Another collectible for soul DJs.

Full of joy, happiness and energy.

It races up and away, into the sky, two fools in love heading for the sun.

Perfect really.

We’re Two Fools In Love / Don’t Worry About The Jones is due out on the 15th October on limited edition 7” Vinyl! 

The story of Dyson’s Faces traces back to a small group called The Differences. Headed up by one Clifton Dyson (younger brother of Ronnie Dyson), he recruited three Durham, North Carolina, vocalists; together they released just one 45 – entitled Five Minutes on the Mon’ca Records imprint in 1971. A proper crossover anthem. 

It was during this recording that Clifton came to work with the arranger Eddie Drennon who would introduce Clifton to producer Jose Williams and the two laid down the basics of Clifton debut LP. Without a name for the band, Williams suggested Dyson’s Faces to reflect the ever-evolving background players Clifton was using. And in fact, many of the original players on the albums remain unknown.

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