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Here Comes The Hurt - Soul Ballads From King

Various Artists Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (3 Dec 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Kent
  • ASIN: B009LEX8XC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,902 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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(2012/ACE) 24 tracks Medium 1
  1. Here Comes The Hurt - Hank Ballard
  2. Don't Let Him Hurt You Baby - Charles Spurlin
  3. Ain't Never Seen So Much Rain Before - Christine Kittrell
  4. Tellt He Whole World - June Sims
  5. Too Much For Me To Bear - Barbaram Burton & The Messengers
  6. Blind Over You - Bobby Wade
  7. Let's Not Wait - Tony & Carol
  8. Have No Fear - Ricky Lyons
  9. Why - Duncan James
  10. Give Me Back My Heart - Lee Holland
  11. I Need You - The Snapshots
  12. How Long Will It Last - The King Pins
  13. The Door Is Still Open - Earl Gaines
  14. Fall In These Arms Of Mine - Johnny Soul
  15. She's Gone [Part 2] - Billy Soul
  16. My Pillow Stay Wet - James Duncan & The Duncan Trio
  17. Fran - Thomas Bailey
  18. Precious Minutes - Toni Williams
  19. Your Love Was Good For Me - Marva Whitney
  20. Buddy Boy - Charles Spurling
  21. City Called Loneliville
  22. Are You Satisfied (With Your Love) - The Bobbettes
  23. My New Love - Lynn Davis
  24. Get Away From Here

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a treasure 7 May 2013
By tricia
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came across this by chance,an absolute dream.introduced me to songs and singers unknown to me.lovely lovely MOOOOD c.d.now on my favourite list.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Track listing 3 Jan 2013
By krbvet
1. Here Comes The Hurt - Hank Ballard
2. Don't Let Him Hurt You Baby - Charles Spurling
3. Ain't Never Seen So Much Rain Before - Christine Kittrell
4. Tell The Whole World - June Sims
5. Blind Over You - Bobby Wade
6. Let's Not Wait - Tony & Carol
7. Have No Fear - Ricky Lyons
8. Why - James Duncan
9. Give Me Back My Heart - Lee Holland
10. I Need You - The Snapshots
11. How Long Will It Last - The King Pins
12. The Door Is Still Open - Earl Gaines
13. Fall In These Arms Of Mine - Johnny Soul
14. She's Gone Part 2 - Billy Soul
15. My Pillow Stays Wet - James Duncan & The Duncan Trio
16. Fran - Thomas Bailey
17. Precious Minutes - Toni Williams
18. Another Lovin' Kind Of Feeling - Pat Lundy
19. Your Love Was Good For Me - Marva Whitney
20. Buddy Boy - Charles Spurling
21. City Called Loneliville - Dee Dee Joseph & David
22. Are You Satisfied (With Your Love) - The Bobbettes
23. My New Love - Lynn Davis
24. Get Away From Here - T C Lee & The Bricklayers
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The UK's fantastic Ace/Kent label unearths more precious old soul 23 Jan 2013
By TheNoomz83 - Published on Amazon.com
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Just how much excellent, ultra-obscure sixties soul music is still waiting (five decades later!) to be discovered? I have no idea, but I think it's safe to say that the Kent division of Ace Records in London will eventually find it. Not only that, they will thoroughly research everything about it and include the information in in their 20-page accompanying booklet chock-full of photos and colorful realia. Even more impressive will be the sound mastering from the original vault-stored master tapes. (I doubt any of the records on this CD ever sounded significantly better when they were first played on mint-condition vinyl.) This is a company that cares!
Of the 20+ artists featured here, I had only heard of four: Hank Ballard (of course), The Bobbettes (of "Mr. Lee" fame), Marva Whitney (the recently deceased James Brown protégée), and Earl Gaines (known to me from Nashville soul collections). Even though these recordings are all of the same genre and were issued within a particular time frame by a single company, there is almost no sound-alike monotony. These records were genuine expressions of soul artistry and not just product being churned out by some hit-making factory. My number one favorite here is "Too Much for Me to Bear" by Barbara Burton & the Messengers. This recording is so obscure that, although it was assigned a label number, it is unknown if it was ever issued. It straddles the line between deep soul and blues, much like my favorite records by Little Milton did. In his comprehensive booklet notes, Bob Abrahamian calls it "searing" and "intense." It is immediately followed by Bobby Wade's "Blind Over You," a "perfect sweet soul 45" that became a hit only in the greater Cleveland area. Special mention should be given to Toni Williams' recording of "Precious Minutes," penned by the same man (Robert Riley) who wrote the aforementioned "Too Much for Me to Bear." It comes from a place where Deep Southern soul meets sophisticated late-sixties soul; but as Abrahamian points out with regret: "Unfortunately, the single got little play or distribution." That was the general situation with practically all the records in this compilation. Everything on this CD is at minimum quite good (if you appreciate the genre), ranging upwards to outstanding. It's a veritable feast for connoisseurs of SHOULD-HAVE-BEEN soul hits.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb Sound 21 Jan 2013
By John S. King - Published on Amazon.com
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Kent has some of the finest source material for this R&B cd. The company has released some truly spectacular cds.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deep soul . 26 Feb 2013
By Ilkka Tarjavaara - Published on Amazon.com
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I have the David Godin compiled 4 cd deep soul set which is hard to match for the 100 gems he had chosen but this cd comes close to reaching the same level of excellence
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars There is some hurt indeed..... 3 Nov 2013
By Z. Bernstein - Published on Amazon.com
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Great music begins with great composition, and there was some lacking on the sides here at King. They also had a knack for signing vocalists who owed way too much to their idols (want to hear the worst incarnation of a Ray Charles mimic ever ?). That said, there are some true gems on here, some great voices, and even great songs. I cant give more than 3 stars, but soul fans seeking more will find much to like. Kent as always do an outstanding job.
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