• Goldwax Northern Soul - Various Artists CD (Kent)
  • Goldwax Northern Soul - Various Artists CD (Kent)
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Goldwax Northern Soul – Various Artists CD (Kent)

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1. Let’s Talk It Over – Spencer Wiggins
2. They Say – The Ovations
3. A Losing Game – James Carr
4. Call On Me – Percy Milem
5. Whatcha Gonna Do – Phillip & The Faithfuls
6. I Do – The Vel Tones
7. So Hard To Get Along – The Lyrics With The Topnotes
8. To Me It’s Storming – George & Greer
9. Every Little Bit Helped Me – Ivory Joe Hunter
10. I Ain’t Gonna Cheat On You No More – Wee Willie Walker
11. You Got To Have Soul – George Jackson
12. Love Attack – Spencer Wiggins
13. A Man Is A Mean Thing – Barbara Perry
14. The Well’s Gone Dry – Dorothy Williams
15. That’s What I Want To Know – James Carr
16. Qualifications – The Ovations
17. It’s My Life – Timmy Thomas
18. I Don’t Want To Take A Chance – Wee Willie Walker
19. Now Girl – The Lyrics?
20. If You Love Her – Phillip & The Faithfuls
21. I Slipped A Little – Percy Milem
22. Lonely Man – Spencer Wiggins
23. You Ain’t Woman Enough – Barbara Perry
24. Coming Back To Me Baby – James Carr

Weight 120 g

Goldwax Northern Soul


Various Artists





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Northern Soul fans may have missed out on Kent’s two Goldwax Story CDs and our single artist releases due to the preponderance of ballads on them. This is a CD especially for them – all the Goldwax dancers on one disc.

Ady Croasdell’s compilation includes half a dozen previously unreleased recordings that Goldwax completists will have to have. They are very classy ones too – both Phillip & The Faithfuls tracks are wonderful. In addition there are two Spencer Wiggins tracks recorded at Fame by Goldwax and never legally released before, including the sensational ‘Let’s Talk It Over’ which is an accepted Northern Soul anthem from acetate plays.

Other Northern favourites include Dorothy Williams’ ‘The Well’s Gone Dry’, Percy Milem’s ‘Call On Me’ and James Carr’s ‘A Losing Game’ and ‘That’s What I Want To Know’. Other big soul names include George Jackson, Dan Greer, the Ovations and Spencer Wiggins.

The master tape version of the Ovations’ ‘They Say’ is so much better than the popular vinyl cut that it almost sounds like a new record. Modern soul is represented by Wee Willie Walker’s stunning ‘I Don’t Want To Take A Chance’. – Ace Records

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