Well another Psychic circle CD with the emphasis on soul. Now I purchase the majority of the Psychic Circle catalogue as they have the edge on a lot of other Sixties comps. Avoiding the popular tracks and releasing the rare and unusual. This CD starts with a stomper and ends with a classic Northern track. Starts with Dave Hunter and Shes A Heartbreaker, sounds like Cliff Bennett gone all souly, thats followed by a very diferent version of Nowhere To Run with Tina Harvey, British beat meets Psych meets Soul. Then theres Kris Ife's version of Hush, a track very popular at sixties nites. Now i could go through all the tracks but going through the tracks, my stand out favourites Johnny Curtis - Jack And The Beanstalk, very Don fardon with R & B and Soul, then theres James Royal version of I Cant Stand It which has a more rougher feel than the Soul Sisters version and other cover versions, and theres Joe Young - Flower in My Hand very Brian Auger feel / Artwoods, and Not forgetting the jazz blues of Ronnie Jones - My Love, I prefer the more uptempo numbers, but there are a couple of slower tunes on this comp, Underground and Currant Kraze are a couple, but on the whole there are not many tracks that I am not playing a lot yet!, If you are like me and into all things Mod / 60's , then you will not be dissapointed with this CD from Psychic Circle - you may even want to check out some of there other Cds on this label, Welcome to my party!