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Dave Godin's Deep Soul Treasures Vol.2: Taken from the Vaults CD


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  • Audio CD (1 Feb 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Kent
  • ASIN: B00000I06W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 121,549 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. How Was I To Know You Cared - Doris Duke
2. I'm Not Gonna Give Up - Eddie Holman
3. The Sweeter He Is (Parts 1 & 2) - Soul Children
4. I Don't Want Nobody But My Baby - Tony Owens
5. It Was A Lie - Bobby Moore
6. A Love That Never Grows Cold - Jimmy & Louise Tig And Company
7. It's All Over - Ben E. King
8. I'm Sorry I Hurt You - Nathan Phillips
9. What Will Tomorrow Bring? - Wendy Rene
10. Let Nothing Separate Us - Arthur Conley
11. These Four Walls - Irma Thomas
12. If I Could See You One More Time - Johnny Adams
13. I'll Run Your Hurt Away - Ruby Johnson
14. Make It Me - The Premiers
15. Losin' Boy - Eddy Giles
16. A Shell of a Woman - Doris Allen
17. Just One More Day - Otis Redding
18. Go Now - Bessie Banks
19. Cryin' In The Street (Part 1) - george Perkins
20. How Much Can a Man Take? - Big John Hamilton
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(2004/KENT) 25 tracksMedium 1
  1. How Was I To Know You Cared - DUKE, Doris
  2. I'm Not Gonna Give Up - HOLMAN, Eddie
  3. The Sweeter He Is - SOUL CHILDREN
  4. I Don't Want Nobody But My Baby - OWENS, Tony
  5. It Was A Lie - MOORE, Bobby & THE FORMOSTS
  6. A Love That Never Grows Cold - JIMMY & LOUISE TIG & COMANY
  7. It's All Over - KING, Ben E
  8. I'm Sorry I Hurt You - PHILLIPS, Nat
  9. What Will Tomorrow Bring? - RENE, Wendy
  10. Let Nothing Separate Us - CONLEY, Arthur
  11. These Four Walls - THOMAS, Irma
  12. If I Could See You One More Time - ADAMS, Johnny
  13. I'll Run Your Hurt Away - JOHNSON, Ruby
  14. Make It Me - PREMIERS
  15. Losin' Boy - GILES, Eddy
  16. A Shell Of A Woman - ALLEN, Doris
  17. Just One More Day - REDDING, Otis
  18. Go Now - BANKS, Bessie
  19. Cryin' In The Streets (part 1) - PERKINS, George & SILVER STARS
  20. How Much Can A Man Take? - HAMILTON, Big John
  21. Anyone But You - WEST, Barbara
  22. Stop! Look What You're Doing - THOMAS, Carla
  23. Nothing Takes The Place Of You - McCALL, Toussaint
  24. Hiding In Shadows - EDDIE & ERNIE
  25. Let's Take A Chance - RICHARDS, Lisa

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Dec 2000
Format: Audio CD
Following on from where he left off with Volume 1, Dave Godin picks out another perfect selection of soul. It's worth buying the album for any of the songs, although the original version of "Go Now" by Bessie Banks is a definite highlight along with Eddie and Ernie's "Hiding in the Shadows". You may not have heard of all the artists, but if you take a chance (and you have any semblance of taste) you will love this album.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By 70s VINE VOICE on 15 Jun 2009
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I havent heard the 4th of this collection but the first three are superb. Great songs, great singing, emotions raw and on the surface. If you want your music to move you, move this into your cd player
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Charles Radcliffe on 21 Aug 2011
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What else can one say. Dave Godin probably did more for the best soul music than anyone else in the UK (and probably the world!) and this compilation more than supports this view.
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0 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sam E on 4 Jan 2013
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I bought this as a present for someone else - result - Okay. (that's it now only 7 more words required)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A fantastic collection of soul you've never heard 19 April 1999
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Format: Audio CD
Leave it to the English to find the soul gems we in America missed. There are a few artists here you will know--Ben E. King, Arthur Conley, Eddie Holman--but their songs here were not hits, although they were equally good as the songs that were. If you like soul, spend a few more bucks on this import (volume 1 is just as good). You'll get 25 great songs, inspiring liner notes, state of the art sound. And the warm feeling you get from listening to vocalists who are more concerned with showing their emotions than showing off their vocal technique.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
ignore the previous review 26 Mar 2001
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the previous reviewer would be well advised to stick to otis/sam & dave best of compilations.
but for those with a wider ranging appreciation for deep southern soul, this is a tasty collection. a step down from volume 1, and perhaps not quite as good as volume 3, this set is nevertheless brilliant.
there are plenty of great non-hit singles from the stax/volt catalogue. if you have the first stax singles box, most of these will be superfluous, but it's great to hear them in a new context. particularly strong are the soul children and ruby johnson tracks. but then, the wendy rene and carla thomas tracks aren't too shabby either.
another great track is the classic toussaint mccall slow burner, "nothing takes the place of you." if you don't have this elsewhere, it's inclusion alone justifies the purchase of this cd.
"losin' boy" by eddie giles is another winner.
of course, everyone will have their favorites, and with 25 tracks, there is a veritable treasure trove to pick from. go ahead and buy all three volumes today.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Lost and Found Classics 8 Jun 2005
By Glenn Nippert - Published on Amazon.com
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This album was quite an education for me since I knew of only a small handful of the more famous artists such as Ben E. King, Otis Redding, Arthur Conley and Irma Thomas. I would come to be more familiar with Doris Duke, Eddie and Ernie and Wendy Rene through my purchases of further volumes in the Deep Soul Treasures collection. It was a real ear opener to hear the haunting,original version of "Go Now" by Bessie Banks after being raised on the hit,pop version by The Moody Blues. Another pleasant discovery was The Soul Children who were musical protegees of Isaac Hayes, who along with his songwriting partner David Porter, wrote three of the 25 songs on this album. Arthur("Sweet Soul Music") Conley, himself the protegee of Otis Redding sings Otis' beautiful,pleading "Let Nothing Seperate Us". George Perkins' plaintive, yearning "Cryin'In The Streets" made the hair on my arms stand up. This is one moving, not to mention, catchy song. Melody is not often the strong point of Deep Soul, as the focus is on the simple arrangements and Soulful vocals, but a lot of these songs will take up permanent residence in your brain after a few listens. One of my favorites is the closing song by the obscure Lisa Richards, whose angelic vocals on "Let's Take a Chance", will make you weep with joy. It is such pure, simple, ear candy, that I can't believe it wasn't a hit. It is a real testimony to the talent of even the most obscure artist here, that they can be mixed in with Otis Redding and Carla Thomas and Johnny Adams and blend in so seamlessly. There was such an abundance of great Soul and R&B in the sixties and seventies that we are still catching up with it, and thanks to compilations like this one, we will.
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
well worth the wait!mercy! 22 May 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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mercy!4 times i've tryed to get these dave godin's deep soul treasures n finally got them, let me precisely make strong emphasis on these collections, that every man woman n child n beast should be able to hear these fabulous recordings, amen!!i sat all by myself when i first played them n i cried, wept,screamed n moaned,with emotional outbursts, especially the most beautiful recording of all time,go now the soul stirring, miss bessie banks n anyone but you, the breathtaking miss barbara west, those two alone is well worth the weight in gold!!keep on keeping on, more more more more, thank you:j.h.
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
not as good as volume 1 15 Aug 2003
By COMPUTERJAZZMAN - Published on Amazon.com
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Deep Soul Treasures Volume 1 blew me away. This one is not quite as good, although there are some nice tracks on it.
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