- Audio CD (27 Jun 2011)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Kent
- ASIN: B00503TQFC
- Other Editions: MP3 Download
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 231,539 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
|1. You Got Me Turned Around Inst - The Dave Hamilton Band|
|2. Take Care Of Your Own Business - Unknown|
|3. Sweet Thing - Bobby Dee|
|4. I'm Pretending Alt - Priscilla Page|
|5. Never Ever Leave Me - Orthea Barnes|
|6. My Sweet Baby - J T Rhythm|
|7. I'm Begging You - Chicago Pete|
|8. All Because Of You - Moderations|
|9. I Don't Play Games - Unknown|
|10. Here I Am (Come And Take Me) - New Experience|
|11. You Got What It Takes - Unknown|
|12. Soul Suite - Dave Hamilton|
|13. You're Wasting My Time Part 1 - Billy (Sugar Billy) Garner|
|14. A Thing Called The Jones - Chico & Buddy|
|15. I'm Sending Vibrations - The Webb People|
|16. Too Late - O C Tolbert|
|17. The Pride Of A Man - Unknown|
|18. You Gotta Show Me - Billy Soul|
|19. Look Up And Smile - Gene Cooper|
|20. Beetle Bebop - Frenchy & The Chessmen|
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* Though there are several great uptempo tracks on this latest CD, Kent have changed the title from "Dancers" to "Soul" as this isn't solely Northern Soul - there are ballads, funk and other sides of Dave's production work evident.
* Three tracks by Harry Reid, Charmaine and Frenchy & The Chessmen from Dave's first label Temple show off his earliest productions. The last Topper label sides to be reissued are Priscilla Page's quaint `Sho Be Doo Be' and the 45 remix of her `I'm Pretending'. From a slightly later period comes the 45 version of JT Rhythm's `My Sweet Baby' which is quite different from the master tape Kent have already issued.
* Dave's funkier edge is demonstrated with two of his own instrumentals and great vocals from Bobby Dee, Billy Garner and the unknown purveyor of `Take Care Of Your Own Business'.
* A very recent big Northern Soul discovery was that Orthea Barnes `Never Ever Leave Me' acetate was one of Dave's productions of his and Joe Hunter's great mid-60s song. One of the acetates recently fetched a four-figure price tag. Billy Soul's excellent Velvet Sound 60s dancer is merely in the hundreds bracket!
* A horrendously rare southern style soul ballad 45 is provided by Gene Cooper, while Sue Ann Jones slow offering is more in a nightclub jazz styling. Great 70s vocal group harmonies come from the Moderations, the Webb People and The New Experience. There are also very recently discovered modern soul movers `I Don't Play Games' and `You Got What It Takes' as well as a brand new uptempo gospel track from O C Tolbert that will please his newly converted followers.