UK collection. One of soul music's foremost singer-songwriters for over 40 years, the late George Jackson is always a favorite among those who buy their southern soul music on Kent. Over the past 10 years, we have put out five strong-selling CDs of George's work from between 1966 and 1974 - all of them containing material that has mostly never been available commercially. It's been some while since we last brought you anything from George but after a lengthy and exhaustive trawl of the Fame tape inventory, with many long hours spent identifying tapes on which no vocalists were credited, Kent is delighted to bring you a fourth and final volume of George's wonderful Fame recordings. Leaving Your Homework Undone brings together 24 previously unheard and unissued tracks that were recorded between 1968 and 1971. Some are demos, most feature the classic second FAME rhythm section that is generally known as 'The Swampers'; all are pretty great. Even the most ardent Jackson completist will never have heard most of these songs before. Among the more familiar tracks are George's original versions of 'A Man And A Half', 'Never In Public' and 'I'm Gonna Hold On', songs that were later cut commercially by Wilson Pickett, Candi Staton and George himself.