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Northern Soul Hall Of Fame Vol. 2


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  • Audio CD (9 Jun. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Kev Roberts
  • ASIN: B001914U4G
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 221,972 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. You Don't Want Me No More
2. I Can't Hold On
3. Born a Loser
4. I'm in a World of Trouble
5. I'm Coming to Your Rescue
6. Nevertheless
7. Walk Like a Man
8. A Quitter Never Wins
9. A Little Bit of Something
10. Call Me Tomorrow
11. A Man Without A Woman
12. I Don't Want to Talk About It
13. I Still Love You
14. What's It Gonna Be?
15. I Worship You Baby
16. Change Your Ways
17. Moonlight, Music and You
18. When We Get There
19. Chain Reaction
20. Pour Your Little Heart Out
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. A. Coyle VINE VOICE on 13 Sept. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This budget CD has a good selection of excellent tracks available on the Okeh or Soul Time CDs but is notable primarily for the inclusion of Paul Anka's 'When We Get There' which is only available on a dedicated artist CD otherwise.

The track listing is:

1. You Don't Want Me No More - Major Lance
2. I Can't Hold On - Chandler, Lorraine
3. Born A Loser - Ray, Don
4. I'm In A World Of Trouble - Sweet Things
5. I'm Coming To Your Rescue - Triumphs
6. Nevertheless - Butler, Billy & The Enchanters
7. Walk Like A Man - Moore, Johnny
8. Quitter Never Quits - Williams, Larry & Johnny Watson
9. Little Bit Of Something - Little Richard
10. Call Me Tomorrow - Major Harris
11. Man Without A Woman - Michael & Raymond
12. I Don't Want To Talk About It - Ames, Nancy
13. I Still Love You - Seven Souls
14. What's It Gonna Be - Barrett, Susan
15. I Worship You Baby - Glories
16. Change Your Ways - Kendrick, Willie
17. Moonlight Music And You - Greene, Laura
18. When We Get There - Anka, Paul
19. Chain Reaction - Spellbinders
20. Pour Your Little Heart Out - Drifters
21. This Heart Of Mine - Artistics
22. Paris Blues - Middleton, Tony
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Sublime Sweet Northern Soul Sounds 1 Feb. 2010
By Dennis Cunningham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Even if you had the money to buy each of these 22 singles individually, I doubt you'd find them. If you'd find them, what condition would they be in (warped, scratched, mildewed, ripped label, etc.)? Well the folks at Sony/BMG UK have solved those problems by compiling Part 2 of this brilliant set. This is the kind of music that got very little (if any) airplay here in the states but sent the lads and lasses of Northern England into utter pandemonium and euphoria as they danced the night (and early morning) away at All Nighters in Wigan, Manchester,Stoke-On-Trent and Blackpool (to name a few)! They just don't make songs like this anymore and you can hear (and for me-feel) every soulful note dripping out of every pore of these artists.

Of course, you probably couldn't find them because they were released on some obscure labels or (if on a major label) they were promos that never saw the light of day on Top 40 radio. That's not to say these performances are not top drawer; they just didn't fit the very formatted and (I'm sorry to say) white, middle class top 40 radio that was prevalent in the 60's and early 70's.

Sheer and utter brilliance describe acts like Major Lance, The Artistics, The Glories, Lorraine Chandler. Even Paul Anka (???) chips in with a sort of beach beat classic that could have been played right out of a jukebox at a Carolina burger and soda joint.

For me, this is music that makes you emote, think and feel. It is devoid of emulators, drum machines and overproduced vocals so prevalent in today's music. It goes to the very core of your being.

Well done, Sony/BMG UK. Looking for more! Northern Soul Hall of Fame, Vol. 2
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