"No more heartaches/No more sorrows"
very hard to find Detroit groover from 1966 on the Big Mack label by Edd
Henry. It’s a song of being done wrong and having enough of it.
Recorded at the legendary United Sound with a hot band this records
swings. It received no local airplay of note. Would’ve been a hit in a
The a-side of this, a soul burner in it’s own right called “Crooked Woman" (it seems Edd had his share of women treating him wrong), showed up in an episode of Mad Man some seasons back.
Big Mack label released records sporadically through the mid 60’s to
the early 70’s. It’s offices operated at several different addresses
though the years but operated out this location during the time this record was released. You can find both sides of the single and other Big Mack Records tracks on the Numero Group’s Eccentric Soul compilation devoted to the label.
Edd Henry recorded several funk sides for the Heavy Hank label, including this sticky bop, in the late 60’s/early 70’s and released a gospel album in the mid 80’s.