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Cat: FSRCD 101. Rel: 21 Nov 13
  1. Aldo Vanucci - "You're All Show" (feat Kylie Auldist - Smoove remix Craig Charles edit)
  2. Lack Of Afro - "The Outsider" (part 2)
  3. Mop Mop - "Run Around" (feat Fred Wesley & Anthony Joseph)
  4. Euro Cinema - "Koekwaus"
  5. Saskwatch - "Second Best"
  6. The James Taylor Quartet - "Blow Up"
  7. The Bongolian - "The Riviera Affair"
  8. Hot 8 Brass Band - "Ghost Town"
  9. Hidden Jazz Quartett - "High Heels" (feat Omar - Lack Of Afro remix)
  10. The Perceptions - "Bite The Bit"
  11. Jessica Lauren Four - "Happiness Train" (featt Jocelyn Brown)
  12. Omar - "There's Nothing Like This" (feat Pino Palladino)
  13. Dr Rubberfunk - "Creek Walk"
  14. Cookin' On 3 Burners - "Cars"
  15. Deep Street Soul - "What She Said"
  16. The Sweet Vandals - "Feel Alive"
  17. Emma Beatson & The Hawkmen - "Do It" (Mako & The Hawk version)
  18. Tape Five - "Geraldine's Routine"
Review: Self-proclaimed "complete package" Craig Charles (actor, poet, DJ, radio host, stand-up) seems to be enjoying life as Britain's most famous funk and soul fan. Here, he curates a second installment of his Funk & Soul Club compilation series. Predictably, there's plenty to tickle the fancy, from the reggae-soul-house shuffle of Lack of Afro's remix of Hidden Jazz Quartet's "High Heels", and the psychedelic funk madness of The Bongolian's "The Riviera Affair", to the celebratory release of Jessica Lauren Four's "Happiness Train" (featuring a brilliant vocal from old Jocelyn Brown), and a pair of ripsnorting cover versions (Cookin' On Three Burners' fantastic take on Numan's "Cars" and Hot Eight Brass Band's famous remake of the Specials' "Ghost Town").
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Cat: FSRCD 127. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. The Bamboos - "Golden Ticket"
  2. Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum - "Smokey Joe's La La"
  3. The Mighty Ryeders - "Evil Vibrations"
  4. Matador! Soul Sounds - "Too Late"
  5. Grupo Magnetico - "Papa Was A Rolling Stone"
  6. The Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio - "Ain't It Funky Now"
  7. Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions - "Gonna Be Alright"
  8. Mestizo Beat - "Featherbed Lane"
  9. Smoove & Turrell - "You're Gone" (feat Izo FitzRoy)
  10. Kizzy Crawford - "Progression"
  11. Chip Wickham - "Rebel No 23"
  12. The Lewis Express - "Brother Move On"
  13. Courtney Pine - "Rules" (feat Omar)
  14. Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - "Foolish Girl" (feat Alex Ligertwood)
  15. The New Mastersounds - "Tantalus"
  16. The Getup - "Hush"
  17. Orquesta Akokan - "Mambo Rapidito"
  18. Gizelle Smith - "Scared Of Something"
  19. Menagerie - "Spiral"
Review: Craig Charles' annual "Funk & Soul Club" compilations are fast becoming as much of a Christmas tradition as turkey, dodgy decorations and ill-advised snogs at office parties. As with its predecessor, this sixth volume does a good job in showcasing the best in modern funk, soul, Afrobeat and heavy Latin jams, with a few stone cold classics thrown in (see the Mighty Ryeders' peerless "Evil Vibrations"). Look out for deep and heavy funk gems from the Bamboos, the New Mastersounds and Lance Ferguson's Rare Groove Spectrum, some suitably smooth fare from Courtney Pine and Omar, a scintillating, salsa-focused cover of "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" by Scotland's Grupo Magnetico, and a dash of dancefloor goodness from funk breaks scene stalwarts Smoove and Turrell.
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Cat: STLKCD 001. Rel: 08 Sep 16
  1. Ron Rinaldi - "Mexican Summer"
  2. Leila Pinheiro - "Tudo Em Cima"
  3. Christer Norden - "Lay Back"
  4. NCCU - "Superstar"
  5. Shades Of Love - "Do Your Own Dance"
  6. Sonya Spence - "Let Love Flow On"
  7. Nu-Cleus - "Needing A Woman"
  8. Al Wilson - "Love You Girl"
  9. Richardi Mac - "Told You So"
  10. Maureen Bailey - "Takin' My Time With You"
  11. Fein - "Stonedage"
  12. June Evans - "Hardly Need To Say"
  13. Starcrost - "Quicksand"
  14. Creative Arts Ensemble - "Unity"
  15. Ron Rinaldi - "Mexican Summer" (mixed CD)
  16. Leila Pinheiro - "Tudo Em Cima"
  17. Christer Norden - "Lay Back"
  18. NCCU - "Superstar"
  19. Shades Of Love - "Do Your Own Dance"
  20. Sonya Spence - "Let Love Flow On"
  21. Nu-Cleus - "Needing A Woman"
  22. Al Wilson - "Love You Girl"
  23. Richardi Mac - "Told You So"
  24. Maureen Bailey - "Takin' My Time With You"
  25. Fein - "Stonedage"
  26. June Evans - "Hardly Need To Say"
  27. Starcrost - "Quicksand"
  28. Creative Arts Ensemble - "Unity"
Review: The new Spacetalk label gets off to a flying start thanks to this compilation by French house shotter, Jeremy Underground. We know him, and you surely know him, though his My Love Is Underground label, an imprint that has produced some of the best deep house in the last five years. He's not in house mode today, though, and instead the DJ shows us his soul roots. Ron Rinaldi's opener "Mexican Summer" is a real peach of a song, then there's some Brazilian disco-funk through Leila Pinheiro's "Tudo Em Cima", and the supremely deep and sensual "Superstar" by NCCU. Other favourites include Maureen Bailey's bittersweet anthem "Takin' My Time With You", and June Evans' "Hardly Need To Say", a tune that we could just leave on repeat. A highly recommended comp!
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Nigel LOWIS/VARIOUS
Cat: DSGCD 003. Rel: 09 May 19
  1. Marc Staggers, Peter Symphorien, Roger Samuels, Jimmy Gallagher, Hannah White, Nigel Lowis - "The Soul City People" (Nigel Lowis "soultown" mix)
  2. Patti Austin - "Hope Has Arrived" (Nigel Lowis Extraterrestrial mix)
  3. Solutions - "Philly Line" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  4. Kenny Thomas - "Back On Broadway" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  5. Tilly Grace - "The Soul Man Theme" (Dsg Lowis mix)
  6. Steven Dante - "Living For Today" (Nigel Lowis Ol School mix)
  7. Clif & Freda Payne - "Yesterday's Payne, Tomorrows Joy" (Nigel Lowis Classic mix)
  8. Fiona Yorke - "Love For Me" (Nigel Lowis Super Disco mix)
  9. Elis - "Praise You" (Nigel Lowis Sound Factory mix)
  10. Hannah White - "Tell Me" (Nigel Lowis Vintage mix)
  11. Francisca Thomas - "Clouds In My Mirror" (Nigel Lowis Sholes mix)
  12. The Dig Band - "Cosmic Wind" (feat Jimmy Gallagher - Dig Construction mix)
  13. Lol Williams - "Everyday" (Dsg Classic mix)
  14. Nigel Lowis - "When The Night Calls" (Nigel Lowis Breezin' mix)
  15. John Reid - "Teardrops" (Nigel Lowis mix)
  16. Teddy B - "I Can't Help Myself" (Dsg radio edit)
  17. Rebekah Ryan - "The Best Of Me" (Nigel Lowis Sound Factory mix)
  18. Marc Staggers - "Timeless" (Nigel Lowis Classic mix)
  19. Peter Symphorien & Fitzroy Facey - "This Ever Changing World" (Nigel Lowis The Soul Academy mix)
Review: An active producer and remixer since the 1990s, Nigel Lowis has a knack for crafting classic-sounding reworks that effortlessly join the dots between contemporary soulful house and the classic sounds of Philly Soul, disco, jazz-funk and boogie. For proof, check out this second collection of new, rare and little-known Lowis reworks. Those of a soulful persuasion will find much to enjoy throughout, from the slick, sax-sporting Philadelphia Soul revivalism of Lowis' take on Tilly Grace's "The Soul Man Theme", and a string-laden, Chic style "Super Disco Mix" of Fiona Yorke's "Love For Me", to the sugary-sweet slo-mo revision of Marc Staggers' "Timeless" and the boogie-tinged soulful house re-make of Kenny Thomas' "Back On Broadway".
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Ralph TEE/VARIOUS
Luxury Soul 2017 (unmixed 3xCD)
Cat: CDBEXP 17. Rel: 12 Jan 17
  1. Soulutions - "Don't Judge A Book By It's Cover"
  2. Kim Tibbs - "I Need You For Your Love!"
  3. Breakwater - "Gift Of Love"
  4. Hannah White - "That's Love" (Joey Nelson mix)
  5. Ryle - "Two Way Love Affair" (feat Flemming Fanoe)
  6. Faye B - "Moving On"
  7. Doggett Brothers - "You Make Me Feel" (T-Groove remix)
  8. Cornell CC Carter - "Where Do We Go" (Boogie Back remix)
  9. Andy Stokes - "Let's Have A Good Time"
  10. Latrese Bush - "Love I Can Sing About"
  11. Lovell - "Groove With You"
  12. Da Lata - "Asking Eyes" (Phil Asher West Ten mix)
  13. Alton McClain - "Your Love Is All I Need"
  14. Kiki Kyte - "Disco Chick"
  15. Simpson Uniquity - "Running Away" (DOS 7" dub)
  16. Fe Fae White - "It's A Beautiful Day" (feat Jimi Morris)
  17. Pockets - "Sing A Message"
  18. Tom Glide - "All I Need Is You" (feat Funmilayo Ngozi - 5am Jazzy Jam rework)
  19. Sargent Tucker - "I Need Your Love" (feat Drizabone - Drizabone remix)
  20. Mather - "I Can't Forget About You"
  21. HD - "Nothing But Love" (feat Laura Jackson)
  22. Kashif - "Can We Just Get Along?"
  23. Tracy Hamlin - "Emotion" (Reel People vocal mix)
  24. Mather & Kingdon - "I Found Love"
  25. Camera Soul - "Now"
  26. Joyce Irby - "Take U Back" (DJ mix)
  27. Ed The Red - "Wish You Mine" (Ed The Red Funk Soul mix)
  28. Keith Patrick - "All My Love"
  29. Jean Carne - "Early Morning Love"
  30. Ethel Beatty - "It's Your Love"
  31. Kenya - "Makeusmile" (feat Brandon McKenzie - Tom Glide rework)
  32. Ashley Scott - "Words"
  33. Brandi Wells - "Why Can't We Be Lovers"
  34. Rose Royce - "I Want You"
  35. Kenny Wellington - "Heading Home"
Review: Since 2003, the Luxury Soul Weekender crew has run popular soul events in the impressive surroundings of Blackpool's Hilton Hotel. To tie in with this year's edition, Expansion Records has asked resident DJ Ralph Tee to compile this luscious, three-disc exploration of soulful music past and present. There's much to enjoy throughout, from the smooth, '80s soul influenced vibes of Ryle's "Two Way Love Affair", the rubbery modern boogie of Faye B's "Moving On", and smooth soulful house of Phil Asher's classic remix of Da Lata, to the revivalist disco strut of Kiki Kyte, slick R&B of Kashif, and the cinematic production of Ashley Scott's heart-felt "Words".
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  1. Jacqui Williams - "Real Love" (Tom Moulton mix)
  2. James Bradley - "I Can't Get Enough Of Your Love"
  3. Tyrone Davis - "Just My Luck"
  4. Patterson Twins - "I Need Your Love"
  5. Richard Caiton - "I'm Gonna Love You More"
  6. Walter Thomas - "I Wanna Get Witcha" (re-edit)
  7. Jewel Bass - "Let Your Love Rain Down On Me"
  8. Madagascar - "Rainbow"
  9. Jacqui Williams - "Believe (The Whole Damn World Is Going Crazy)"
  10. Larry Saunders - "On The Real Side"
  11. Mebeus - "Love's Journey"
  12. Bill Harris - "Am I Cold Am I Hot"
  13. Jacqui Williams - "Favour (Do This World A Favour)"
  14. Michael Wycoff - "Looking Up To You"
  15. Chocolate Milk - "Save The Last Dance"
  16. Dr Buzzard's Original Savannah Band - "I'll Play The Fool"
  17. Jesse Gomez - "I Should Be With You Tonight" (Moonlight Studios remix)
  18. Lonne Givens - "Hold On To The Blues"
  19. Tommy Tate - "I Can't Do Enough For You Baby"
  20. Bobby Glover - "It's My Turn"
Review: Here, rare soul reissue imprint Outta Sight hand over the reigns to the people behind Real Side Records, a similarly-focused British label whose early 2000s releases did an excellent job of casting forgotten soul gems in a new light. While some of the material here has previously been reissued on vinyl by Real Side - the sleazy, saxophone-laden slow jam of Walter Thomas' "I Wanna Get Witcha" and superb contributions from Jacqui Williams and Larry Saunders - much of it hasn't. It's arguably these tracks - the sweet 1960s Northern Soul swing of Tommy Tate's "I Can't Do Enough For You Baby", the Philly Soul style brilliance of James Bradley's "I Can't Get Enough of Your Love" and Jewel Bass's 1979 gem "Let Your Love Rain Down on Me" - that make Outta Sight Selection so essential
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VARIOUS
Cat: SJR CD259. Rel: 09 Nov 12
  1. Area Code 615 - "Ruby"
  2. Captain Beyond - "Sufficiently Breathless"
  3. Bobbie Gentry - "Touch ‘Em With Love"
  4. Cowboy - "Houston"
  5. Marshall Tucker Band - "Fire On The Mountain"
  6. Cher - "For What It's Worth"
  7. Bobby Lance - "Somewhere In Between"
  8. Tony Joe White - "Who’s Making Love"
  9. Barefoot Jerry - "The Minstrel Is Free At Last"
  10. Gregg Allman - "Midnight Rider"
  11. Bobbie Gentry - "Something In The Way He Moves"
  12. Area Code 615 - "Devil Weed & Me"
  13. Chet Atkins & Jerry Reed - "Tennessee Stud"
  14. Joe South - "No Fence Around Me"
  15. Cowboy - "Road Gravy Chase"
  16. Lynyrd Skynyrd - "Free Bird"
  17. Grinderswitch - "Let The South Wind Blow"
  18. Captain Beyond - "Thousand Days Of Yesterday"
  19. The Box Tops - "Deep In Kentucky"
  20. Earl Scruggs - "Lonesome & A Long Way From Home"
Review: Last year's Delta Swamp Rock collection was one of Soul Jazz's best for some time, offering a rare glimpse into the rock, soul, country, funk and blues fusions that trickled out of the Southern US states in the late '60s and early '70s. This follow-up offers more little known highlights from the swamp rock scene, showcasing a thrilling array of little-known artists. In truth, it's the funk and soul-tinged tracks that most resonate (see Bobby Gentry's "Touch 'Em With Love" and Area Code 615's sweaty, banjo-laden "Ruby"), but there are plenty of other killer tunes that take a more sedate approach. Accompanied, as ever, by exhaustive sleeve notes, it's another essential selection from Soul Jazz.
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  1. Jimmy Smith - "Burning Spear"
  2. Stevie Wonder - "I Wanna Make Her Love Me"
  3. Hector Rivera - "I Want A Chance For Romance"
  4. James Brown - "I've Got Money"
  5. Sly & The Family Stone - "Underdog"
  6. Sugar Billy Garner - "You're Wasting My Time"
  7. Beginning Of The End - "Super Woman"
  8. Youngblood Brass Band - "Ain't Nobody"
  9. Riot Jazz Brass Band - "Afro"
  10. Earth Wind & Fire - "Power"
  11. Brass Construction - "What's On Your Mind"
  12. Mass Production - "Welcome To Our World (Of Merry Merry Music)"
  13. Isley Brothers - "Winner Takes It All"
  14. The Jacksons - "Lovely One"
  15. Roy Ayers - "What's The T?" (Kings Of Soul Feelin Soul mix)
  16. Jill Scott - "Coming To You"
Review: Peckham-based club night The South London Soul Train has quickly established itself as a go-to destination for all those looking for "love, funk and soul". Here main man Jazzchronic delivers a second CD of favourites from the monthly shindig. There's naturally plenty to set the pulse racing, from the Hammond-heavy brilliance of Jimmy Smith's "Burning Spear" and the heavyweight boogaloo business of Hector Rivera's "I Want a Chance For Romance", to the New Orleans hustle of Youngblood Brass Band's fine cover of Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody" and the righteous disco-funk of Mass Production's "Welcome To Our World (of Merry Music)". Throw in further classics from the likes of James Brown, Jill Scott and Roy Ayers, and you've got a killer collection of dancefloor gems.
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  1. Art Ensemble Of Chicago - "Theme De Yoyo"
  2. The Har-You Percussion Group - "Welcome To The Party"
  3. The Pharaohs - "Damballa"
  4. Baby Huey - "Hard Times"
  5. James Mason - "Sweet Power, Your Embrace"
  6. Byron Morris & Unity - "Kitty Bey"
  7. Funkadelic - "Nappy Dugout"
  8. Rashied Ali & Frank Lowe - "Exchange" (part 2)
  9. Gary Bartz NTU Troop - "Celestial Blues"
  10. Oneness Of Juju - "Space Jungle Funk"
  11. Sarah Webster Fabio - "Work It Out"
  12. Tribe (Wendell Harrison & Phillip Ranelin) - "Beneficent"
  13. Gil Scott-Heron - "Whitey On The Moon"
  14. Don Cherry - "Brown Rice"
Review: Last year, Soul Jazz Records began to examine the relationship between protest, politics and music in the "black power era" via a fine compilation released in celebration of Tate Modern's "The Soul of a Nation" exhibition. This follow-up, released to mark the exhibition's move to Brooklyn, continues the story, gathering together another essential selection of jazz and street-funk cuts by African-American artists - both well-known and obscure - who were inspired by the politics of the black power movement and a growing interest in what the label describes as "Afro-centric, polyrhythmical styles of music". The included music is, in some cases, mind-blowing, with highlights including cuts from The Art Ensemble of Chicago, Byron Morris & Unity, Oneness of Juju, Tribe and Don Cherry.
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VARIOUS
Movements Vol 9 (unmixed CD)
Cat: TRCD 9070. Rel: 01 Feb 18
  1. Gee Gee Shinn & Boogie Kings - "Fever"
  2. Connie Kaye Trio - "I'm A Woman"
  3. Bus Brown - "Mr LBJ"
  4. Earl Demus Band - "Her Spare"
  5. Chuck Finney Combo - "I Want A Man Like You"
  6. Chick Willis - "Sometimes Soon"
  7. Australia - "Wide Awake"
  8. JR - "Any Time Now"
  9. Joe Akens - "Nice"
  10. Hummingbird 4 - "Cho Cho San"
  11. Evangeline Made - "Burnt Flesh"
  12. Dario & The Inferno - "Brother, Where Are You?"
  13. Swoop - "Upside Down"
  14. Mel-O-Madnezz - "What You Getting High On"
  15. You - "You Got It"
  16. Hot Cakes - "Harlem Shuffle Theme"
  17. Reunion - "When The Well Runs Dry"
  18. The Counts - "Get Up Get Dancin'"
Review: The prestigious Movements series, like all its predecessors on Tramp contains rare groove nuggets recorded between the early 1960s and the late 1970s. Over a hundred great unknown songs have been re-released on the first eight volumes in the series, the majority of which can not be found elsewhere and this is is no exception. There are two cover versions: "Fever" by Gee Gee Shinn & The Boogie Kings and "I'm A Woman" by Connie Kaye Trio. Bus Brown, Earl Demus and Chuck Finney remain on the same vibe - their contributions are slightly jazzier. Chick Willis' gut-wrenching "Sometime Soon" and recordings by Australia, J.R. and Joe Akens are beautiful examples of privately produced soul from the 1970s. The latin-soul of "Cho Cho San" by Hummingbird 4 takes the sound in another direction for the next three tunes, highlighted by one more stunning cover version: Oscar Brown Jr.'s "Brother, Where Are You?". The album closes with some pre-disco tracks from the late 1970s: Mel-O-Madnezz' "What You Getting High On" and Hot Cakes' cover of "Harlem Shuffle".
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VARIOUS
Cat: 019029 5545796. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. The Supremes - "You Keep Me Hangin' On"
  2. Aretha Franklin - "Chain Of Fools"
  3. Frank Wilson - "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)"
  4. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - "Going To A Go Go"
  5. Frankie Valli - "You're Ready Now"
  6. Chuck Wood - "Seven Days Is Too Long"
  7. Archie Bell & The Drells - "TIghten Up"
  8. The Capitols - "Cool Jerk"
  9. Spencer Davis Group - "I'm A Man"
  10. Gloria Jones - "Tainted Love"
  11. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - "Dancing In The Street"
  12. Eddie Floyd - "Knock On Wood"
  13. Wilson Pickett - "In The Midnight Hour"
  14. Dusty Springfield - "I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face"
  15. Tami Lynn - "I'm Gonna Run Away From You"
  16. Alice Clark - "You Hit Me (Right Where It Hurt Me)"
  17. Soul Brothers Six - "I'll Be Loving You"
  18. Darrell Banks - "Angel Baby (Don't You Ever Leave Me)"
  19. Tommy Tucker - "High Heel Sneakers"
  20. Booker T & The MG's - "Green Onions"
  21. Edwin Starr - "Time"
  22. Mike Post Coalition - "Afternoon Of The Rhino"
  23. James Brown - "Night Train"
  24. Dean Parish - "I'm On My Way"
  25. Rufus Thomas - "Walking The Dog"
  26. Sam & Dave - "Hold On, I'm Coming"
  27. Arthur Conley - "Sweet Soul Music"
  28. Doris Troy - "Just One Look"
  29. Mel Torme - "Comin Home Baby"
  30. Diana Ross & The Supremes - "Stormy"
  31. Otis Redding - "Mr Pitiful"
  32. The Blossoms - "That's When The Tears Start"
  33. Ben E King - "I Can't Break The News To Myself"
  34. Solomon Burke - "Stupidity"
  35. Percy Sledge - "Baby Help Me"
  36. The Drifters - "You Got To Pay Your Dues"
  37. Mary Wells - "Can't You See (You're Losing Me)"
  38. Ike & Tina Turner - "Somebody (Somewhere) Needs Me"
  39. The Mar-Keys - "Last Night"
  40. Sister Sledge - "Love Don't Go Through No Changes On Me"
  41. Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons - "Beggin'"
  42. Clarence Carter - "Looking For A Fox"
  43. Darrell Banks - "Open The Door To Heart"
  44. The Casualeers - "Dance Dance Dance"
  45. Joanie Sommers - "Don't Pity Me"
  46. The Apollas - "Mr Creator"
  47. Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels - "Breakout"
  48. Charles Thomas - "Man With The Golden Touch"
  49. Daivd & Ruben - "I Love Her So Much It Hurts Me"
  50. Carla Thomas - "Something Good Is Going To Happen You"
  51. Ben Aiken - "Satisfied"
  52. The Searchers - "Needles And Pins"
  53. Herbie Goins - "Number 1 In Your Heart"
  54. The Markets - "Stirrin' Up Some Soul"
  55. Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers - "Hold On I'm Coming"
  56. Mary Wells - "Me And My Baby"
  57. The Three Degrees - "Contact"
  58. The Marvellos - "Something's Burnin'"
  59. Deon Jackson - "You Said You Loved Me"
  60. Percy Sledge - "You've Got That Something Wonderful"
  61. Carla Thomas - "B-A-B-Y"
  62. Archie Bell & The Drells - "Here I Go Again"
  63. The Coasters - "Crazy Baby"
  64. Wilson Pickett - "Land Of 1000 Dances"
  65. Aretha Franklin - "Respect"
  66. Linda Lyndell - "Bring Your Love Back To Me"
  67. Deon Jackson - "Ooh Baby"
  68. Linda Jones - "Just Can't Live My Life"
  69. Leslie Uggams - "Don't You Even Care"
  70. The Invitations - "Skiing In The Snow"
  71. The Mar-Keys - "Philly Dog"
  72. Soul Brothers Six - "Some Kind Of Wonderful"
  73. Darrell Banks - "Somebody (Somewhere Needs You)"
  74. The Flirtations - "Change My Darkness Into Light"
  75. Willie Tee - "Walkin' Up A One Way Street"
  76. Lou Ragland - "Since You Said You'd Be Mine"
  77. Life - "Tell Me Why"
  78. Larry Laster - "Go For Yourself"
  79. Esther Phillips - "Catch Me I'm Falling"
  80. The Bar-Kays - "Soul Finger"
Review: As the matter-or-fact title makes clear, this expansive four-disc set offers an in-depth introduction to the interconnected worlds of "Mod" culture and Northern Soul. Traditionally, there has been plenty of crossover between the two scenes, with rhythm and blues-loving "Mods" amongst the first to embrace the stomping Michigan soul obscurities that were the backbone of the "Northern" scene. The selections here veer more towards the soul end of the spectrum, but there's no denying their quality, with famous scene staples such as Gloria Jones' "Tainted Love", Frank Wilson's "Do I Love You ((Indeed I Do)" and Soul Brothers Six's "I'll Be Loving You" (famously covered a few years back by wonky house act Crooked Man) being joined by a string of Motown hits.
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