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The 5 Royales LP
The Harbingers Of Soul

This fabulous LP is a mouth-watering overview of arguably the most enduring and influential of all the 1950s R & B groups – the “5” Royales featuring the best and most effective tracks from their stays at King and Home Of The Blues.

The elite of their Golden Age recordings can all be found on this LP, when they were bridging the gaps between gospel, R & B and the emerging soul style. And don't they still sound wonderful 50 years on.

This lovingly crafted LP is presented in a snazzy period cover and will appeal to anyone with even a passing interest in the birth of soul or sounds of a certain vintage. Paul Ritchie Shindig

Side One King Classics
Think
Messin' Up
Dedicated To The One I Love
Tell The Truth
It Hurts Inside
When I Get Like This
Good Lookin' Woman
Say It

Side Two Soulful Sides
Don't Let It Be In Vain
I'm With You
Show Me
I Got To Know
Much In Need
Catch That Teardrop
What's In The Heart
Get Something Out Of It


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The Birth of Funk
Low Down And Dirty

Low-down and dirty jazz goes right back to the early 1900s in Storyville; after the bands had played their hot tunes in the evening for dancing couples, the musicians would head off to the after-hours joints and play a less energetic but more bluesy kind of music, enabling them and their late-night audiences to get through to the early hours of the morning without suffering total exhaustion. And nobody in New Orleans laid into the blues so low down and dirty as Buddy Bolden, whose Funky Butt became a staple in the repertoire of the city’s early jazz bands.  Jacksonville, Florida, 1960. Charles ‘Hungry’ Williams mentors young Clayton Fillyau after he had just joined the James Brown band: ‘I don’t care where you put it on those drums, remember where ‘1’ is and you’ll never lose the time.’

Side One
1. SAY YEAH YEAH, YVONNE FAIR 
2. CHECK MR. POPEYE, EDDIE BO
3. THE POPEYE, SPIDER JOHNSON
4. I'M LEAVING YOU TODAY, AL ROBINSON 
5. SAY YEAH, PORGY & THE POLKA DOTS
6. TALK TO ME BABY, HUEY 'PIANO' SMITH 
7. TRICK BAG, EARL KING

Side Two
1. WHAT A WEDDING DAY, SHIRLEY RAYMOND
2. R B SPECIAL, BOB BATEMAN 
3. TELL ME THE TRUTH, THE TURQUINETTES
4. SLICK CHICK, VERNON HARREL
5. I'VE GOT MONEY, JAMES BROWN
6. HOLD IT, BILL DOGGETT
7. FAT BOY, BILLY STEWART 
8. MUDD, ROY MONTRELL


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Texas Soul '64 LP

The key area for post war R & B and soul in Texas was Houston of course, and the king of black music there was Don Robey. He was the first Afro-American to make a hugely successful entertainment business in the US, which at its height was a multi-million dollar enterprise covering record labels, clubs, a booking agency and a huge publishing empire. He was well known for a “robust” management style, using both legal and other means to enforce his will in an unforgiving world, and although many people got on his wrong side at the time, his legacy of gospel, blues and soul music is almost unparalleled, rich in variety and quality. This LP shines the spotlight on some of the lesser known artists associated with Robey from 1964.  None of the tracks included here has ever seen the light of day on vinyl since their 45s were originally issued.

The C&C Boys: Clarence Carter and Calvin Scott, two blind artists with soul to spare...Here they are in full flow singing in unison on the mid-tempo ‘My Life’ but it is the fantastic cover of the Valentinos’ It’s All Over Now’ that is the highlight of the LP. Clarence kicks off the song in fine style but when Calvin cuts in with his high pitched gospel wailing, the song reaches a whole new level. Where has this cut been all my life and why has it taken fifty years before a reissue? Believe me, it’s worth buying the LP just to hear this one track. One to grab while the grabbing’s good. Fred Rothwell Blues & Rhythm

Complete with a nostalgic, vintage-feel sleeve, this delightful 14-track compilation is filled to the brim with obscurities that might even challenge a pub quiz team made up of Northern soul anoraks: all are deeply obscure. When the most famous names are new Orleans legend Ernie K-Doe and Clarence Carter, you know it’s not going to duplicate much of what’s in your library. marvellous stuff. Ken Kessler Hi Fi News

Side One
1. YOU WAITED TOO LONG - BOBBY WILLIAMS  (Schofield/Rice)
2. LET IT BE ME - BROTHER AND SISTERS OF SOUL  (Malone)
3. IT MAKES YOU WANT TO CRY - BUDDY ACE  (Malone)
4. PARTY TIME - MR. LEE & CHEROKEES  (Hightower)
5. MY LIFE - THE C & C BOYS  (Malone)
6. MY MOTHER-IN-LAW - ERNIE K-DOE  (K Doe)
7. I'M SO GLAD - DON FLETCHER  (Johnstone)

Disc Two
1. COME LET ME LOVE YOU - JACKIE VERDELL  (Malone)
2. CHAINS AROUND MY HEART - JAMES DAVIS  (Malone)
3. THE BEST PART OF ME - MISS LA-VELL  (Malone)
4. IT'S ALL OVER NOW - THE C & C BOYS  (Womack/Womack)
5. A CHANGE - THE MUSTANGS  (Bartle)
6. HEY GIRL - REUBEN & THE CHAINS  (Martin)
7. THE REST OF MY LIFE - OSCAR PERRY  (Perry)


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Instrumentals Soul-Style LP

Club Sounds, a bit of funk, a Latin groove, a slow jazz walk, uptown dancers, late night smoochers. Plenty of organ. Plenty of soul. No twangy guitar. No swing jazz. No frantic honkin’ and screamin’. Just Instrumentals Soul-Style. 

The blues instrumental record stretches back to 1940s jazz, and with the introduction of funky, Latin bass lines in the 50s, things got a little more interesting. In 1956, Ernie Freeman reached top ten R&B with Jivin’ Around and Bill Doggett’s Honky Tonk went gold. Bill Justis kicked off the twangy guitar craze with Raunchy in 1957. But it was Doggett’s 1958 hit Hold It with Billy Butler’s slinky guitar figures that really laid the ground for the soul instrumental. 1960 saw top 10 R&B slots for James Booker’s Gonzo and Ray Bryant’s Little Susie. But if you’re looking for the record that defines the genre, take a pick between The Mar-keys Last Night, Phil Upchurch’s You Can't Sit Down (1961), James Brown’s Night Train and Booker T & the M G’s Green Onions (1962).

Side One
1. WASTED CHUCK BERNARD & THE SATELLITE BAND
2. THE HAWK FREDDY ROBINSON
3. CLOSER WALK JIMMY RIVERS COMBO
4. HOW ABOUT IT (PT. 2) BIG BO THOMAS & THE ARROWS 
5. BESAME MUCHO (PT. 1) JOHNNY HARTSMAN & HIS BAND
6. BABY DUMPLINS EDDIE & THE DE-HAVELONS
7. MISS DOLORES FUNK LEON FERGUSON
8. LB'S PLACE THE GAYTONES

Side Two
1. DOMINO YORK WILBORN
2. SOUL (PTS. 1 & 2) AL BROWNE'S BAND
3. BEAT THE NU-TRONS
4. SKIPPIN' HAROLD SMITH
5. KINDA GROOVY RAY JOHNSON
6. SOUL THE WRECKING CREW
7. HOT FUDGE BILL DOGGETT 
8. THE SQUASH HANK MARR


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Birth of the Beat LP

Late night, swinging soul and rockin' blues...   Tracks that not only accompanied the dance crazes of the time, but also showcase the essential elements that inspired them. The strong recurring bass riff, four-to-the-floor beat, and blasting horns all influenced the tight choreography of The Temptations in Detroit through to the improvised moves of the dancers in the soul clubs of the midlands and north of England.

Side One
One Day Girl Harold Curington
I'm Looking For My Baby Eddie Sull
Soul Mate-cr Ramona King
Ain't That Funny Gerri Granger
My Leading Lady Tommy Frontera
Wanted-cr Larose Phillips
Listen My Children And You Shall Hear The Quotations
Have No Teardrops Lorece Thompson & The Largos

Side Two
I Wanna Dance The Salvadors
From Friday Evening Til Saturday Nite-cr Sam Reese
Sooner or later-cr Clarence Reed
What A Thrill-cr Millie Foster
Good Gracious Baby-cr Sharon Robbins
Noble The Bargain Man Maurice & The Radiants
I've Had It Robin Rice
Come On And Tell Her Benny Freeman


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Texas Soul '65 LP

The first very well received album in this series concentrated on the Houston productions of Duke / Peacock King Don Robey. And although a few tracks here follow on that path, the net is spread much wider taking in Dallas, San Antonio and Fort Worth as well. There are some very rare recordings featured here and none of these cuts have been included on a commercial CD before. Fans of R&B, blues and soul can buy with total confidence. Enjoy more of the best of Afro-American music from Texas in the 60s!

Side One 
1. MR. SOUL - BUD HARPER
2. YOU MADE A MISTAKE - JAMES LYNN MARSH
3. SEVEN DOORS - VI CAMPBELL WITH JOE SCOTT ORCH
4. DON'T MAKE ME CRY - FRANKIE LEE
5. TAKE YOUR TIME - MR. LEE & CHEROKEES
6. I'VE BEEN TRUE - JANNIE WILLIAMS
7. SECURITY OF LOVE - JACKIE HUNT

Side Two 
1. I'LL FOLLOW YOU - R L GRIFFIN 
2. SEARCHING FOR MY BABY - JAMES LYNN MARSH
3. LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING - ERNIE K-DOE
4. LET ME LOVE YOU - BUD HARPER
5. FACE REALITY - OSCAR PERRY
6. GO AHEAD BABY - L C STEELS
7. YOUR TURN TO CRY - JAMES DAVIS


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West Coast Soul '65 LP

The Afro-American migration to the West Coast of the USA during World War II and in the immediate post war period came mainly from Louisiana and Texas, although other states lost thousands of residents to boom time cities like Los Angeles and Oakland as well. They were entertained by blues singers, doo wop groups and gospel quartets, many of whom recorded for the vast army of independent R & B labels which grew exponentially as the 1950s wore on.

By the time soul music became the music of choice for the Afro-American public those surviving labels were joined by a new wave of companies dedicated to the new musical trend. This LP celebrates the days when blues was giving way to gospel based vocalists and harder dance rhythms were making waves. Tracks from the various strands and origins of soul music are on show here – obscurities and rarities as well as songs from singers who didn't get famous in the 1960s but whose names reverberate around Europe's dance venues today. The mix includes thumping Northern soul to the gentlest of ballads – and everything in between.

Side One 
1. LOVE BRINGS PAIN COOKIE JACKSON
2. JUST CALL ON ME EDDIE WILSON
3. WHAT A LOVE THE OUTSTANDERS
4. NOW SHE WANTS TO LEAVE BIG J. D. WRIGHT
5. PROVE IT LEE HARVEY
6. CAN'T HELP BUT TO LOVE YOU JOE PHILLIPS 
7. WALK ON ART WHEELER

Side Two 
1. I'M SO GLAD E JACKIE HINES
2. IT'S A POSSIBILITY TERRY & MARSHA
3. TAKEN FOR A RIDE THE UPTONES
4. STEPPIN' STONE LITTLE MARY STATEN
5. I KNEW IT WAS WRONG ALEXANDER PATTON
6. YOU STILL NEED ME JOHNNY WESLEY & THE FOUR TEES
7. BABY THE SEVILLES


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Texas Soul '66 LP

This is the third LP in our highly regarded series of Texas soul albums, with the timeframe moving onto 1966. By this time, soul, in all its forms was the dominant force in Afro-American music, outselling all previous genres of R & B. Texas was one of the few areas where the old styles of music were still strong and this album showcases the way that the fascinating battle between old and new were being played out. Gospel based vocalists were coming more to the fore than hitherto, but blues based instrumentation and arrangements still predominated. So here it is, the very best of Texas Soul from 1966.

Side One 
1. AL "TNT" BRAGGS - EARTHQUAKE
2. BOBBY "BLUE" BLAND - DEEP IN MY SOUL
3. HENRY MOORE - YOU REALLY GRAB ME 
4. JOHN ROBERTS - SOCKIN' 1-2-3-4
5. BUSTER JONES - YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO  
6. BUDDY ACE - I'M COUNTING ON YOU
7. KURTIS SCOTT - NO NO BABY

Side Two 
1. BOBBY WILLIAMS - BABY I NEED YOUR LOVE
2. TV & THE TRIBESMEN LP - BREAK IT ON DOWN TO ME
3. O V WRIGHT - GONE FOR GOOD  
4. AL HASKINS - TAME ME 
5. TOMMY WILLIAMS - FROM ME 
6. BELL BROTHERS - PITY ME  
7. DELORES JOHNSON - IT HURTS ME SO BAD


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New Orleans '66 LP

In the 1950s, New Orleans was one of the major recording centres in the US. With its unrivalled band of session musicians and producers, rock ‘n’ roll  and R&B hits poured out from Cosimo Matassa’s studios. Only Elvis Presley sold more records than Fats Domino in the decade and Little Richard, Lloyd Price and Huey Smith weren’t far behind. One of the key men in the next decade was Wardell Quezergue, an arranger and producer whose musical abilities earned him the nickname “The Creole Beethoven”. A majority of the songs here bear witness to his talents, as he was a partner in several labels including Nola Records, with its array of subsidiary concerns such as Bonatemp, Whurley-Burley and Hot Line. These and other small companies were the musical heartbeat of the Crescent City all seeking that big, big hit. Over 400 singles were issued in the year 1966 and this album collects the pick of them. We were definitely spoilt for choice!

Side One 
1. WILLIE TEE  AIN'T THAT TRUE BABY (Turbinton)
2. ROBERT PARKER  TIP TOE  (Parker)
3. JESSE THOMAS  BASES ARE LOADED  (Earl King Johnson)
4. SAMMY KING  SHE'S MOODY WITH HER LOVE(King/Bonds)
5. SENATOR JONES BABY IT'S TOO LATE  (Jones)
6. JACKIE AVERY  I GOT LOVE (Avery)
7. JOE HAYWOOD  WARM AND TENDER LOVE(Robinson)

Side Two 
1. ALEX SPEARMAN  YOU'LL NEVER FIND ANOTHER MAN LIKE ME (Bonds)
2. TOMMY RIDGLEY  MY LOVE GETS STRONGER (Thomas/McRee)
3. JOE WILSON   I WANT TO LOVE YOU (Wilson)
4. WANDA ROUZAN WOULD YOU LOVE ME (Reed)
5. SAMMY KING YOUR OLD STAND BY (King/Bonds)
6. JESSE THOMAS SHOULD I PAY DUES (Earl King Johnson)
7. BOONEY TAYLOR IT'S RAINING (Taylor)


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New York '66 LP

The Big Apple had long been a leading centre of Afro-American music, from the Tin Pan Alley days right through to the fifties and sixties. By 1966, when soul was the dominant musical form, New York was THE recording centre of the US, with more records produced here than anywhere else. And while there aren’t many hits represented here and you may not have heard of half of the singers, these tracks represent the sound of the city rather better than many big label productions. This is the sound of the streets and the clubs. It’s music from way below the radar, bringing together all the branches of the soul tree from funky R & B to sweet group soul, from pounding uptempo dancers to big city cry ballads. These grooves speak to the feet and to the heart – what more could anyone ask for?

Side One 
1. JR. LEWIS  Git Ta Steppin
2. BILLIE DEARBORN  Down
3. JIMMY NORMAN   This I Beg Of You
4. GLADYS TYLER  A Little Bitty Girl (With A Great Big Mountain Of Pride) 
5. BILLY HAMBRIC    You're A Sweetheart 
6. JIMMY GARLAND  Baby One More Time
7. LORRAINE RANDOLPH    It's Over Between Us 

Side Two 
1. JIMMY RADCLIFFE That Lucky Old Sun
2. BOBBY MCNUTT     I'm Gettin' Ready
3. PEARLEAN GRAY    I Don't Want To Cry
4. DUFF THURMOND    Now That You Left Me 
5. HARRISON BROTHERS  Crying Won't Help You Now
6. LORETTA WILLIAMS    Baby Cakes 
7. ICEMEN    Only Time Will Tell
8. TED TAYLOR    Help The Bear


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Soul Transfusion LP

Since youth was youth and fashion was fashion, the dance floors of the Western world have periodically been swept by dance rages. Prior to World War I, Irene and Vernon Castle popularized a variety of dances, notably the Fox Trot and a number of "animal" dances. The 1920s saw huge popularity for the Charleston, Blackbottom, and Lindy, and in the late 1930s the rage began for wild jitterbugging to swing bands. But none of these dance crazes could match the early 1960s for their sheer variety of dance fads. And here they all are: The Shing-A-Ling, The Frog, The Hunch, The Camel Walk, The Monkey, The Jerk, The Popcorn and many more. This album covers some of the most distinctive and entertaining dances of the era up to the dance-crazed peak of 1966.

Side One 
1. Shing-A-Ling AUDREY WINTERS
2. The Frog LONNIE BROOKS
3. Let's Shindig FREDDY WILLIAMS & THE SHINDIGS 
4. Dizzy Jones Birdland THE MARVELLS
5. Jerk It With Soul WILLIE WALKER
6. The Hunch JIMMY JOHNSON
7. At The Party (Let's Monkey) THE PERSIANS

Side Two 
1. The Camel Walk CODY BLACK & THE CELESTIALS
2. Mickey's East Coast Jerk THE LARKS
3. Mo Jo Workout BOBBY LONG AND HIS SATELITES
4. Whip It On Me Baby THE WHIPS
5. Scratch KATHERINE HOLT 
6. Doing The Popcorn LITTLE EARL JENKINS
7. The Dog JUNIOR & THE CLASSICS
8. The Monkey Whip THE PACESETTERS


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TEXAS SOUL ‘67 LP

This is the fourth LP in our highly regarded series of albums devoted to Texas African-American music from the 1960s. As with those other sets, you may not know the singers, but you’ll surely love the music, because on here you will find tracks for the feet and songs for the heart – truly all the best ’67 sounds from the Lone Star state.

Side One
1. Save My Love For A Rainy Day   VAN DYKES     (Whitfield, Mala 584)
2. Treat You Like A Queen     BOBBY ADENO     (Malone/Adeno, Back Beat 579)
3. Till You Give In      BOBBY PATTERSON       (Patterson, Jetstar 108)
4. What Did You Tell This Girl Of Mine   O.V.WRIGHT   (Bryant, Back Beat 586)
5. You're Gonna Miss Me     LEE MITCHELL     (Mitchell, Sure Shot 5030)
6. I'm Wondering     CLARENCE GREEN     (Green, Duke 410)
7. Get A Little Soul     KIM TOLLIVER      (Tolliver, Sure Shot 5035)
8. Teardrops On Your Letter     LES WATSON     (Glover, Pompeii 2000)

Side Two
1. Hold On (To This Old Fool)     BUDDY ACE     (Tex, Duke 414)
2. Home In That Rock     AL 'TNT' BRAGGS     (Malone/Braggs, Peacock 1957)
3. I Don't Want You No More     JEAN KNIGHT     (Harrison, Jetstream 739)
4. Believe In Me     R L Griffin     (Willie, R&P 7249)
5. Just Be Yourself      JOE MEDWICK     (Meaux, Boogaloo 1004)
6. Dancin' Man     ERNIE K-DOE     (Malone, Duke 411)
7. Then I'll Be True     BARBARA FAVORITE     (Bocage, Back Beat 585)
8. I'll Hate Myself Tomorrow     BOBBY WILLIAMS     (Schofield/Sanders, Sure Shot 5016)

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Tamla Motown LP
Live In Europe 1965

Side One
1. The Supremes           Baby Love                  Holland/Dozier/Holland
2. The Miracles  You Really Got A Hold On Me          Robinson       
3. Stevie Wonder           I Call It Pretty Music              Gordy/Paul
4. The Temptations       The Way You Do The Things You Do  Robinson/Rogers           
5. Martha & The Vandellas      Heatwave                   Holland/Dozier/Holland
6. Dusty Springfield      You Lost The Sweetest Boy                         Holland/Dozier/Holland
7. The Earl Van Dyke Sextet    Vamp              Van Dyke
8. The Miracles Ooo Baby Baby                      Robinson/Moore     
9. Martha & The Vandellas & Dusty Springfield        Wishin' And Hopin'   Bacharach/David
10. The Temptations       It's Growing               Robinson/Moore
11. The Supremes           Shake             Cooke
12. Martha & The Vandellas      Nowhere To Run      Holland/Dozier/Holland     

Side Two
1. Stevie Wonder           Kiss Me Baby                         Wonder/Paul
2. Marvin Gaye Can I Get A Witness Holland/Dozier/Holland     
3. Martha & The Vandellas & Dusty Springfield        Can't Hear You No More      Goffin/King
4. The Supremes           Stop! In The Name Of Love             Holland/Dozier/Holland
5. The Temptations       My Girl            Robinson/White
6. Martha & The Vandellas      Dancing In The Street           Gaye/Stevenson       
7. The Miracles  Shop Around                         Robinson/Gordy
8. The Supremes           Where Did Our Love Go?                 Holland/Dozier/Holland
9. The Miracles & Various        Mickey's Monkey                   Holland/Dozier

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New Orleans Soul LP
1967

By the end of 1967, the music business in the Crescent City was in a bad way, and after Cosimo Matassa’s downfall, recording activity in the city fell off a cliff. As in 1966, over 400 Crescent City recorded soul songs were issued in 1967. This number dropped to less than 100 in 1968. This was truly the end of an era.

Like its predecessor album which covered 1966, this LP brings together the best soul tracks recorded in New Orleans in 1967. At this time southern soul was in the ascendant but as usual the musical background of the Crescent City – jazz, R & B, the Caribbean – ensured that music recorded there always had a rhythmic twist and arrangements all of their own. New Orleans – the joker in the soul pack for sure. No national hits here, just the sound of the streets. The heartbeat of the city.

Side One
1. You Better Know What You're Doing CARLIES ALLEN          (Broussard/Rudison, Trend 1005)
2. Hold On Help Is On The Way G DAVIS & R TYLER    (Davis/Tyler/Parker, Parlo 102)
3. Ain't That Satisfaction SAMMY KING                          (Sammy King, Marathon 104)
4. A Hard Nut To Crack AARON NEVILLE (Davis/Diamond, Parlo 105)
5. 99 44% Pure Love AL REED                                              (Reed, Axe 103)
6. I'm Too Far Gone CHARLES MANN                              (Otis/Hendrick, Lanor 535)
7. You Got Me Helpless BEVERLY BROWN                     (Val, ABS 109)
8. I Got Soul TONY OWENS                                                  (Bolden, Soul Sound 145)

Side Two
1. Time And Time Again JOHNNY ADAMS (Turbinton, Watch 1908)
2. Call The Sheriff SENATOR JONES (Moorehead/Marchail, Whurley Burley 101)
3. The Glide CHARLES BRIMMER                                 (Brimmer, ABS 110)
4. If You're Gonna Love Me BOONEY TAYLOR       (Booney Taylor, Dynamic 105)
5. Funky Pete GUITAR RAY                                            (Raymond Washington, Hot Line 914)
6. Stop These Teardrops TAMMY MCKNIGHT (Bonds, Tune-Kel 603)
7. I've Got A Feeling THE BARONS                              (Savoy/Kemp, Etah 102)
8. I've Got To Get Away From You CURTIS JOHNSON (Moorehead/Marchail, Whurley Burley 201)

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New York Soul 67 LP

Side ONE
1. A Taste Of The Good Life LITTLE CHARLES (Roberts/Lee, Decca 32095)
2. Running Out BONGI & JUDY (Ashford/Simpson, Buddah 16)
3. Three Hundred And Sixty Five Days DONALD HEIGHT (Donald Height, Shout 08)
4. 40 Days - 40 Nights DON COVAY & THE GOODTIMERS (Don Covay, Atlantic 2407)
5. Four Walls J J JACKSON (King/Jackson, Calla 133)
6. Make Love To Me JOHNNY THUNDER & RUBY WINTERS (Band, Diamond 218)
7. Because I Love You SHIRLEY WAHLS (Perkins/Russell, Calla 140)
8. Lights Out ZERBEN R HICKS (Banks, RCA 9278)

Side TWO
1. Another Lovin' Kind Of Feelin' BILLY & WOLFE (Radcliffe/Scott, Coral 62522)
2. Blow My Cool JOE BECK (Beck, Charles 579)
3. No One Could Ever Love You FREDDIE SCOTT (Berns/Ragavoy, Shout 211)
4. Don't Mess With My Money JESSE GEE (Gould/Owens, Barry 1019)
5. Please Come Back JIMMY TATE (Banks, Mid-Tune 500)
6. Tears Tears Tears BEN E. KING (Fred Farris, Atco 6472)
7. Baby Come Back To Me BOBBY HARRIS (Northern/Bailey, Shout 210)
8. The Next In Line HOAGY LANDS (Morris/Greenberg, Laurie 3381)

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