• Freddie North - What Are You Doing To Me - The Complete A-Bet Recordings Plus CD
  • Freddie North - What Are You Doing To Me - The Complete A-Bet Recordings Plus CD
  • Freddie North - What Are You Doing To Me - The Complete A-Bet Recordings Plus CD

Freddie North – What Are You Doing To Me – The Complete A-Bet Recordings Plus CD (Kent)

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1. Gotta Go Get Your Mommy (To Come Back Home)
2. Love To Hate
3. Rainy Night In Georgia
4. Thank That Woman
5. I Loved Another Woman
6. From The Blind Side
7. Sun Comes Up
8. Oh Lord, What Are You Doing To Me
9. I Have A Dream
10. Don’t Make Me Look So Bad
11. (I’ve Got To) Hold Back
12. Running Back To You
13. Just Another Guy
14. A Long Hard Road
15. Follow The Lamb
16. You’re Killing Me Slowly But Surely
17. Lovin’ On Back Streets
18. Taking Her Love Ain’t Gonna Be Easy
19. ‘Til I Get It Right
20. Remember What I Told You To Forget
21. That’s How Much You Mean To Me
22. My Whole World Ended (The Moment You Left Me)
23. Cuss The Wind

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To complement the collection of respected songwriter/arranger/producer Bob Holmes work this month, Kent also brings to catalogue a long-overdue anthology by Holmes’ fellow Nashville resident Freddie North.

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For more than a decade North combined his day job as Head of Promotion for the Nashboro group of labels with a career as a singer on the company’s A-Bet and Mankind imprints. Most of his earlier Mankind releases, including the hit single She’s All I Got, have long been resident in the Ace catalogue. What Are You Doing To Me backtracks to bring all of his 1960s recordings for A-Bet, including unissued material, to CD for the first time.

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By way of a bonus, the collection also adds a helping of North’s later Mankind sides most of which are also making their CD debut, including three unissued goodies. As you would expect, the booklet is filled with rare photos, label shots and an extensive note. North’s warm, Jerry Butler-like baritone has long been a favourite among fans of vintage soul. They will welcome the chance to add this long-unavailable repertoire to their collections, as will any lover of quality 1960s and 1970s southern soul.

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– Ace Records