• Hall Of Fame Volume 2 - Various Artists CD (Kent)
  • Hall Of Fame Volume 2 - Various Artists CD (Kent)
  • Hall Of Fame Volume 2 (Back Cover)

Hall Of Fame Volume 2 – Various Artists CD (Kent)

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1. Another Good Woman Gone Bad – Unknown Female
2. It Tears Me Up – James Barnett
3. Long Ago – Ben And Spence
4. Don’t Count Me Out – Unknown Male (Possibly Dan Greer)
5. Don’t Let It Be Said – June Conquest
6. Take Me Back – George Jackson
7. I Can’t Stop (No No No) – Big Ben Atkins
8. Have Pity On Me – Billy Young
9. I Smell A Rat – George Jackson
10. Don’t Tear Yourself Down – Ralph ‘Soul’ Jackson
11. Are You Teasing Me -Linda Carr
12. No One Left To Come Home To – Ben And Spence
13. Fool For A Woman – Prince Phillip
14. Got To Get Over – Unknown Male
15. Take It All Off – Clarence Carter
16. I’m Gonna Start Checking Up On My Man -Marjorie Ingram
17. How Much More Can A Poor Man Stand -Prince Phillip
18. My Dreams Don’t Ever Come True – Unknown Female
19. Midnight Affair – George Soule
20. That Kind Of Lovin’ – Otis Clay
21. They’re Gonna Find Us (At The Dark End Of The Street) – Clarence Carter
22. You Can’t Miss What You Can’t Measure – O B Mcclinton
23. Get In A Hurry – Joe Simon
24. Unfortunately – Jackie

Weight 120 g

Hall Of Fame Volume 2


Various Artists




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The vaults at FAME Studios continue to be an unyielding source of top-drawer rare and unissued Southern soul from the 60s and 70s, and we end another great year’s worth of archive research with the second volume in our multi-artist “Hall Of Fame” series.

As with volume 1, the focus is primarily on previously unissued material, but all of the tracks are new to CD and none of the issued material has been available since its first release on 45 in the 1960s.

The Who’s Who of Fame is well represented by George Jackson, Clarence Carter and George Soulé, while other household names for soul fans such as Phillip Mitchell, Linda Carr, Otis Clay and Joe Simon also feature.

Once again the CD booklet features rare and previously unpublished pictures from the 60s, many of them taken inside FAME studios itself – Ace Records

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