Between 1967 & 1981, Detroit's downriver neighbor Ecorse, MI had its very own Moe Asch. Set up in a basement on 18th Avenue, Felton Williams' Double U Sound chronicled the musical lives of Ecorse's citizens and issued them on the Solid Rock, Compose and Revival labels. Compiled here on the CD of the set are 24 of Williams' most fascinating recordings, covering gospel, group soul, garage-punk, northern, jazz, and funk. The set also includes a DVD of the nearly 200 sound recordings pulled from his archives and a 30 minute documentary on the making of the album. Also included is a 20 page booklet with photos and detailed notes on the recordings.