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  1. GIVE 'EM SOUL Volume 1 LP

    GIVE 'EM SOUL Volume 1 LP

    14 cuts from 1953 to the early sixties. Learn More
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  2. GIVE 'EM SOUL Volume 2 LP

    GIVE 'EM SOUL Volume 2 LP

    14 more tracks from 1954 to the early sixties. Learn More
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  3. OUTTA SIGHT The R&B Singles Collection Vol.2 LP

    OUTTA SIGHT The R&B Singles Collection Vol.2 LP

    16 more cuts from the R&B Singles Collection. Learn More
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  4. BARRETT STRONG / GINO PARKS Rarer Stamps Volume 1 LP

    BARRETT STRONG / GINO PARKS Rarer Stamps Volume 1 LP

    Each side spotlights a best of of their R&B action plus a super rare 45. Learn More
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  5. NAPPY BROWN "Coal Miner/ Skidy Woe"

    NAPPY BROWN "Coal Miner/ Skidy Woe"

    NAPPY BROWN was born Napoleon Brown Goodson Culp in Charlotte, North Carolina. He joined Savoy Records in 1954 and went on to become one of the biggest R&B stars of the day with a string of hits that crossed over to the wider white audience. His unique vibrato style influenced many contemporary artists including Elvis Presley. Here we present his most collectable R&B side "Coal Miner" coupled with the Jump Blues rarity "Skidy Woe". Learn More
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  6. SPELLBINDERS "Help Me / Chain Reaction" 7"

    SPELLBINDERS "Help Me / Chain Reaction" 7"

    The Spellbinders were formed in New Jersey – Bob Shivers, James Wight, Elouise Pennington, Ben Grant and McArthur Munford – and are fondly remembered for their iconic Columbia album The Magic Of The Spellbinders that yielded our two choice cuts “Help Me” and “Chain Reaction”. Learn More
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  7. DENA BARNES "If You Ever Walk Out Of My Life / Who Am I" 7"

    DENA BARNES "If You Ever Walk Out Of My Life / Who Am I" 7"

    The late Dena Barnes reputedly recorded four sides for Harry Balk in the Impact studios circa 1966-67, two are featured here, the other two have yet to surface... oh what joy! "If You Ever Walk Out Of My Life" IS Northern Soul to many devotees ever since it was first spun on the UK club scene some 40 years ago. Co-written by Gar'dena' Barnes and Duke Browner, during his glory years, and arranged by Detroit royalty Mike Terry. Surely this iconic double-sider demands to be in every soul fans collection. Learn More
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  8. TARI STEVENS "False Alarm/ BONNIE & LEE "The Way I Feel About You" 7"

    TARI STEVENS "False Alarm/ BONNIE & LEE "The Way I Feel About You" 7"

    The highly prized “False Alarm” by the little known Tari Stevens, rumored to by Christine Cooper. A masterpiece of song writing and arrangement that could have been tailor-made for the Northern Soul scene. The flip side, “The Way I Feel About You” was a minor hit for the Bonnie & Lee. Learn More
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  9. Janie Grant "My Heart, Your Heart"/ Evie Sands "Picture Me Gone" 7"

    Janie Grant "My Heart, Your Heart"/ Evie Sands "Picture Me Gone" 7"

    THE seldom heard, and rarely seen classic “My Heart, Your Heart” by Rose Marie Casilli (aka Janie Grant), also recorded in ’66 by The Dolls. Coupled with the popular “Picture Me Gone” by Brooklyn singer-songwriter Evie Lourette Sands Learn More
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  10. TWISTED WHEEL / Brazennose & Whitworth Street 1963-1971 LP

    TWISTED WHEEL / Brazennose & Whitworth Street 1963-1971 LP

    Homage to Manchester's iconic Twisted Wheel Club with 14 original tracks culled from the club's R&B and soul history. When the Wheel opened it's doors to Manchester's new wave Modernists in September 1963 - with DJ Roger Eagle behind the decks - the course of rare soul music in the UK was set to change. Eagle was a rare breed R&B pioneer and soul preacher who captured the imagination of the North's musical youth and introduced them to the obscure, unheard, exotic and intoxicating world of black American dance music. Here, we present a soundbite spanning the clubs 8 year reign, and both of its venues. Side A represents the Wheel's R&B roots cemented in Brazennoise Street, while Side B documents the birth of Nothern Soul, forever synonymous with Whitworth Street. Learn More
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  11. IVORY JOE HUNTER "I'm Cuttin' Out / You Only Want Me When You Need Me" 7"
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  12. DAVID MICHAEL "Wow!" / HANK LEVINE "Image (Part 1)" 7"

    DAVID MICHAEL "Wow!" / HANK LEVINE "Image (Part 1)" 7"

    Two intrumentals: a jazzy, piano driven A-side backed by slow, exotica styled instrumental. Learn More
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  13. LITTLE STEVIE WONDER "Contract On Love"/ BOB KAYLI "Tie Me Tight" 7"

    LITTLE STEVIE WONDER "Contract On Love"/ BOB KAYLI "Tie Me Tight" 7"

    LITTLE STEVIE WONDER cut six singles for Tamla before losing the “Little” moniker. “Contract On Love” was his first serious Hitsville production following the novelty flop “Little Water Boy” in December 1962. The distinctive handclap beat that announces the dance track would be recycled to great effect on The Supremes’ 1964 hit “Where Did Our Love Go”. BOB KAYLI, aka Robert Gordy, is the younger brother of Motown boss Berry Gordy. “Tie Me Tight” was written by Robert and marked his first recording for the company, which also features The Supremes on backing vocals. Learn More
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  14. THE SUPREMES "Your Heart Belongs To Me" 7"

    THE SUPREMES "Your Heart Belongs To Me" 7"

    THE SUPREMES would go on to become Motown’s most successful act but back in the summer of ’62 they had to settle for No.95 in the Billboard Hot 100 with their 4th release as The Supremes and the first to be penned by Smokey Robinson. It was also their first record to chart, putting an end to their unfortunate Hitsville pet name… the “no-hit Supremes. On the flip side we feature a short “on-air” radio interview from the original BBC radio series Top Gear, produced by Bernie Andrews and hosted by Brian Matthew. The Supremes introduce themselves and talk about the Apollo. Learn More
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  15. GAY POPPERS "I Want To Know / You Got Me Up Tight" 7"

    GAY POPPERS "I Want To Know / You Got Me Up Tight" 7"

    THE GAY POPPERS were a doo-wop quintet from New York who first caught our attention in 1960 with “You Better Believe” on Savoy. A label hop to Bobby Robinson’s Fire imprint saw two releases: “I Want To Know” (Fire 1026) and “You Got Me Up Tight” (Fire 1039), both featured here, for the first time in over 50 years. Learn More
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  16. LITTLE ESTHER "Cherry Wine/ You Took My Love Too Fast" 7"

    LITTLE ESTHER "Cherry Wine/ You Took My Love Too Fast" 7"

    First time re-issue of female vocal R'n'B/Jump Blues from 1953, originally released on Federal. Learn More
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  17. HOWLIN WOLF "Smokestack Lightning/ Moanin' At Midnight" 7"

    HOWLIN WOLF "Smokestack Lightning/ Moanin' At Midnight" 7"

    HOWLIN' WOLF, aka Chester Arthur Burnett, was one of the giants of Chicago Blues, both in terms of his booming vocals and his physical stature. Both sides featured here were Billboard R&B hits and contributed to Rolling Stone magazine voting him number 51 in the "Greatest Artists of All Time". Wolf's debut solo 78 rpm single, "Moanin' At Midnight", was released on both Chess and RPM in 1951 and became the title track to his debut 1958 LP. A mint copy of the LP will set you back over $1,000 today but the song is available here, remastered, along with the classic "Smokestack Lightning" for under a tenner! Learn More
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  18. BOBBY ADAMS "What A Mess" / OTIS RUSH "Homework" 7"

    BOBBY ADAMS "What A Mess" / OTIS RUSH "Homework" 7"

    BOBBY ‘GRIER’ ADAMS signed to Juggy Murray’s Symbol Records in ‘59 and released four 45’s including “What A Mess” (Symbol 911) in 1961. On the flip OTIS RUSH’s rarity, “Homework” from 1962. Learn More
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  19. IRMA THOMAS "Don't Mess With My Man"/ DONNIE ELBERT "Wild Child" 7"

    IRMA THOMAS "Don't Mess With My Man"/ DONNIE ELBERT "Wild Child" 7"

    IRMA THOMAS, aka “The Soul Queen Of New Orleans”, signed to Joe Ruffino’s Ron label in 1960 cutting her debut disc “Don’t Mess With My Man” and scoring an R&B No.22 hit into the bargain. DONNIE ELBERT was a prolific American soul artist with a distinctive falsetto vocal style that took him to the Top Ten on both sides of the Atlantic. Learn More
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  20. RAY CHARLES "Hide 'nor Hair/ Unchain My Heart / Hit The Road" 7"

    RAY CHARLES "Hide 'nor Hair/ Unchain My Heart / Hit The Road" 7"

    Ray Charles needs no introduction to R&B and Northern Soul fans with his slue of collectable 45s including “What I’d Say”,“Compared To What”, “Go On Home”, “The Train”, “Something Inside Me”, I Don’t Need No Doctor” etc. But in recent times it is his earlier catalogue that has grabbed the dance floor action and here we celebrate 60 years of the “genius” with a 3-track mini EP featuring Ray’s original version of the Earl Grant classic “Hide ‘Nor Hair” plus the iconic “Unchain My Heart” and “Hit The Road Jack”. Learn More
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  21. PROFILES "Take A Giant Step" / JOHNNY APPALACHIAN "Up In Smoke" 7"

    PROFILES "Take A Giant Step" / JOHNNY APPALACHIAN "Up In Smoke" 7"

    Two rare sites from the Golden label, big in Northern Soul scene. Learn More
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  22. SLIM HARPO "I GOT LOVE IF YOU WANT IT / I'M A KING BEE" 7" (Outta Sight)

    SLIM HARPO "I GOT LOVE IF YOU WANT IT / I'M A KING BEE" 7" (Outta Sight)

    Now also as an Outta Sight 45 (why?): Moody intense and hypnotic swamp blues two sider. Learn More
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  23. NINA SIMONE "My Baby Just Cares For Me / Work Song" 7" (Outta Sight)

    NINA SIMONE "My Baby Just Cares For Me / Work Song" 7" (Outta Sight)

    My Baby Just Cares For Me" with her jazzy version of Oscar Brown Jr's civil rights message "Work Song". Learn More
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  24. IKE & TINA TURNER "A Fool In Love/ It's Gonna Work Out Fine" 7"

    IKE & TINA TURNER "A Fool In Love/ It's Gonna Work Out Fine" 7"

    Ike, from Clarksdale, Mississippi had already established himself as a guitarist, composer and producer by the time he married Anna Mae Bullock from Nutbush, Tennessee. As 'The Ike & Tina Turner Revue' they become one of the most explosive live R&B acts of all time and their debut 45 "A Fool In Love" is featured here. Our chosen B-side, "It's Gonna Work Out Fine", was recorded in 1961 and actually features the male vocals of Mickey Baker while Ike is relegated to piano accompanied by Sylvia Robinson on guitar. Both sides scored a No.2 Billboard R&B hit. Learn More
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  25. JOHN LEE HOOKER "Dimples/ Boom Boom/ She's Mine" 7"

    JOHN LEE HOOKER "Dimples/ Boom Boom/ She's Mine" 7"

    JOHN LEE HOOKER, million-selling blues icon, cemented his place in the Northern Soul hall of fame with his legendary 1964 appearance at Manchester's Twisted Wheel, captured forever by blues archivist, photographer Brian Smith. On that same UK tour Hooker played the hit TV show Ready Steady Go! performing his 1956 recording "Dimples" propelling it into the UK charts, peaking at No. 23. Here we feature the best of Hooker's self-penned, uptempo 45s, recorded for the black owned Chicago label Vee-Jay. Learn More
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