Two cuts of hard to find modern soul from Luv N' Haight. Betty Padgett came up as part of the South Florida soul scene. After a gig in Ft. Lauderdale soul legend Milton Wright signed her for a record that was released on the obscure Alwa label. "Sugar Daddy" is the choice cut and for good reason. The track has a heavy disco feeling but packs a fair amount of a soulful punch as well. This is helped along by an ultra-tight rhythm section that provides the perfect bed for Padgett's ode to her benevolent benefactor. On the flip is Arthur Foy's "Get Up And Dance." It has enough cosmic weirdness sprinkled throughout to fit within the world of Chocolate Industries' Personal Space. Two quality cuts. Don't sleep!
- music label: Luv N' Haight 2009
reviewed by Joey Coco 11/2012
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