Update: Richard Marks Anthology

Now-Again | Oct. 7, 2013 | News |

A few months ago we announced that we’d completed negotiations with Georgia soul and funk hero Richard Marks’ family to issue a comprehensive anthology of his rare 45s. Egon has been spending time in Atlanta with Richard’s family and friends, uncovering master tapes, never-before-seen photos and superb examples of first-hand ephemera – such as the early 70s juke-joint show poster that Roy Lee Johnson holds above. The anthology will feature liner notes by noted Georgia soul and funk archivist Brian Proust and is right on track on for a 2014 release.

2 Responses to “Update: Richard Marks Anthology”

  1. Dirty Cyclist says:

    I wanted to listen to some of his tunes on Youtube, but all that came up was Richard Marx. Guess I have to wait this to come out. Thanks for all the music!

  2. honeysuckle says:

    Really looking forward to hearing these cuts. My friend Sirshambling told me of your project. I wondered if there was any news as to when the release is likely?

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