Herbert Hunter - Northern Soul Legend CD
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Herbert Hunter

Northern Soul Legend CD

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Title: Northern Soul Legend CD
Artist: Herbert Hunter
Label: Superbird
Catalogue #: SBIRD0043CD
Format: CD
Genre: Northern Soul, 60s Soul
Release Year: 2011
Condition: New & Sealed

1 Hide Nor Hair (As Leroy Jones)
2 Happy Go Lucky
3 Diddlin And Daddlin
4 La La La La
5 I’ve Gotta Sit Down
6 I Was Born To Love You
7 Push Away From The Table
8 Don‘T Pity Me
9 I’m So Satisfied
10 Isn’t It Wonderful To Dream
11 Make Me Know You Love Me
12 Big Oak Tree
13 So Much To Be Thankful For
14 Love Has Taken Over Me
15 The Sound Of A Crying Man
16 Oh Baby *
17 You Can Make It If You Try *
18 Don’t Pity Me *
19 I’ve Gotta Sit Down *
20 Somebody Somewhere
* Previously Unreleased

This CD features Herbert's recordings for Spar, Poncello and Ref-O- Ree records, as well as a handful of previously unreleased recordings produced by Fred James in the 1990s. Northern Soul fans truly covet and laud Herbert Hunter recordings and several of his 45s go for hundreds of dollars on the collectors market. Many of these were recorded with a group that would come to be known as the AREA CODE 615 band. These are the guys that played on Bob Dylan, Linda Ronstadt, Neil Young and Barefoot Jerry records, as well as many of Nashville's R&B hits at the time.

Herbert even performed with AREA CODE 615 when they appeared at the Fillmore Ballroom in the late 1960s. Several sides also feature the legendary Johnny Jones and the Imperial Seven, Nashville's premier R&B band during the 1960s. The unreleased 1990s recordings feature members of The Roadrunners, The Amazing Rhythm Aces and Freddie & The Screamers.

Herbert Hunter made his recording debut in 1961 on the Spar label with a cover of "Dr. Feelgood" that outsold the original. It was the Spar label's very first release and it put Herbert in good stead with the company and with Ted Jarrett, who would go on to produce every record that Herbert released for the next four decades. Herbert recorded prolifically for Spar and its subsidiaries Giant, Kenilworth, Caravelle and Hit. He recorded under his own name and as Leroy Jones, Marty & The Merits, Johnny Keaton and several other pseudonyms so as not to flood the market with Herbert Hunter records.

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n 1962 Ted Jarrett started his own label, Poncello Records, and recorded H erbert for that imprint as well. Poncello was short lived though and Herbert continued to record for the Spar group. In 1968 Ted started the Ref-O-Ree label and recorded two sides by Herbert that were never released at the time. He then recorded for Ted's T- Jaye label in the 1980s and 1990s -Superbird

 

 

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