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  1. Majinn

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    British record collectors are noted for their fanaticism and personally I remember a time when my search for Northern Soul stompers led me to Brian Hyland and The Joker Went Wild before I'd even checked out Percy Sledge's You've Got That Something Wonderful. You'd Better Check Yourself, Clarence Carter's Take It Off Him And Put It On Me and.
  2. Vubar

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    DOBIE PRESENTS BRITISH STREET SOUL @NEW & SEALED RARE 2CD SET @ DOBIE & ZAIB. £ + £ P&P. Various Artists: Kent's Cellar of Soul Volume 2 CD () Fast and FREE P & P SAM & DAVE Stax Classics NEW & SEALED CLASSIC SOUL CD (Rhino) 60s SOUL R&B. £ P&P: Check out our ebay shop for more great Soul listings. Contact Us.
  3. Mogor

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    Aug 14,  · So, the 12" of this was posted previously by Mick, but this is a new kbp rip of the two CD singles, with freshly scanned artwork, so I figured I'd put up a new post. I love the positive lyrics in this track. Check them out: Keep Steppin’ O. Lye-Fook/D. Frank When you’re walking talking steady you're ready, To be dealing with your own.
  4. Tojami

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    Two CD set subtitled, 'The Story Of Northern Soul', featuring 50 classic tracks by the likes of Earl Van Dyke, Little Johnny Taylor, Darrell Banks, Kim Weston, J.J. Barnes and many more. This is the ultimate Northern Soul compilation and companion piece to the critically acclaimed book of the same name/5(22).
  5. Fenrijinn

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    With Davis producing, Chandler became a soul star, posting a steady stream of hits on Vee-Jay, Constellation, Checker, and Brunswick (without Davis, Gene went .
  6. Vishura

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    Old School Cruizin' With CD music How about releasing the original albums for crying out loud! How about a box set with all the Intruders music! How many version of their greatest hits do you they people will buy. I am a big fan of the Intruders and want to hear the originals albums on CD. There are lesser groups that get better treatment.
  7. Shakajora

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    CD 1 1. Roy Hamilton - Earthquake () 2. Jimmy Ruffin - Don't Feel Sorry for Me () 3. The Extremes - The Bells () 4. The Revlons - I Promise Love ().
  8. Mosho

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    British record collectors are noted for their fanaticism and personally I remember a time when my search for Northern Soul stompers led me to Brian Hyland and The Joker Went Wild before I'd even checked out Percy Sledge's You've Got That Something Wonderful. But we learn, and soul crusader Randy Cozens' tapes of Mitty Collier, Chuck Jackson /5(5).

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