Read about the extensive list of 7" Singles released by Soul Junction Records, from the first relase in April 2008 through to the very latest Single release.[+]

In recent years CD's have become a great format for listening to music, whether your in the car on the way to a Soul Night or just relaxing, its a great way to have continual music playing.[+]

The Long Playing record has always held an appeal with Soul Music collectors and Soul Junction Records bring you un-released LP's from yesteryear. [+]

Who Are Soul Junction Records?


Soul Junction Records was formed in 2008 by John Anderson and Dave Welding.

Who since then, have been steadily building an exciting and varied catalogue of new and previously unreleased soul and funk releases for you the record buying public’s delectation.

So please do take a look around our website, it's full of information about all our previous and current releases, whether on vinyl or CD. You'll find all the relevant information as well as sound-clips relating to each release.

We think we've got all the information contained herein, but if you require any further information please contact us via the details on the Contact Us page.

Want to buy direct from us? If you can't find a stockist local to you then then we can accommodate, use the details on the Contact Us page and you'll soon be the proud owner of a Soul Junction Record.

Many thanks
John & Dave

The Counts - What’s It All About

SJ 1017

SJ 1017

The Counts
What’s It All About

Posted in: Release Listings / Discography

The Fabulous Counts were originally a teenage instrumental group of five musicians, Mose Davis (Organ and Piano), Demetrius ‘Demo’ Gates (Alto Saxophone and vocals), Jim White (Tenor Sax), Andrew T. Gibson (Drums) and Raoul Keith Mangrum (Percussion and Flute) [+]


Willie Williams - Give It All I Got

SJ 545

SJ 545

Willie Williams
Give It All I Got

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Blind, Chicago soul singer Willie Williams was first discovered performing in clubs in and around the Windy City. He was signed to ABC records by their A&R Director for the Midwest Johnny Pate a former Jazz bassist, independent producer, arranger and songwriter in his own right.[+]

Jesse James - If A Man Ever Loved A Woman (Baby I Love You)

SJ 544

Relase Date - July 12th 2021

Jesse James
If A Man Ever Loved A Woman (Baby I Love You)

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Jesse James returns with the follow up to his hugely acclaimed previous release “(The Girl In) Clinton Park” SJ543. Once again, it’s another previously unissued recording found and taken from the same 1971 Searra Sound Studio session tape [+]

Jesse James -(The Girl In) Clinton Park

SJ 543

SJ 543

Jesse James
(The Girl In) Clinton Park
b/w Just As Long As We’re In Love

Posted in: Release Listings / Discography

Jesse James rides again! Rejoining the Soul Junction label to bring you his previously unreleased original version of the song “(The Girl In) Clinton Park”[+]


Elbowed-Out - All Men Don’t Love The Same

SJ 542

SJ 542

Elbowed-Out
All Men Don’t Love The Same

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Soul Junction’s involvement with Elbowed-Out stretches as far back as 2012 when during the licensing of the hugely popular Oliver Cheatham release “Don’t Pop The Question (If You Can’t Take The Answer), we were first introduced to Detroiter William . R. Miller (Bill) the songs producer and Oliver’s cousin.[+]


Vivian Copeland Chaos (In my Heart) b/w The Poindexter Brothers

SJ 1016

Monday 17th February 2020

Vivian Copeland
Chaos (In my Heart)
b/w The Poindexter Brothers

Posted in: Release Listings / Discography

Vivian Copeland was a budding young singer who was brought to the Poindexter Brothers attention by her husband. Vivian was to record several Poindexter compositions beginning with “I Don’t Care What He’s Done “ ......[+]


Anthony Fontaine - How Can I Lose (What I Never Had)

SJ 1015

SJ 1015

Anthony Fontaine
How Can I Lose (What I Never Had)

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Anthony Fontaine originally from Memphis Tennessee, during the late 60’s signed up with Pasadena Texas record producer Claude Latimore Milburn to record two Earl Rhodes songs.[+]