• Harmony Of The Soul Vocal Groups 1962-1977 - Various Artists CD (Kent)
  • Harmony Of The Soul Vocal Groups 1962-1977 - Various Artists CD (Kent)
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Harmony Of The Soul Vocal Groups 1962-1977 – Various Artists CD (Kent)

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01 For The Rest Of My Days – The Pretenders
02 Can You Talk (Is Your Old Man At Home) – Vernon Green & The Medallions
03 I Destroyed Your Love Pt 1 – Special Delivery
04 Girl, Girl, Girl – The Determinations
05 Why Can’t It Be – The Windjammers
06 Whatcha Gonna Do Baby – The Lovers
07 Let Me Take Care Of Your Heart – The Smith Brothers
08 Someday Somewhere – The Dramatic Experience
09 Let’s Make Love (Our Favorite Pastime) – The Webb People
10 Where Or When – The Superbs
11 Shady Lady – Choice Of Colors
12 You Better Believe It – Brothers Of Soul
13 I Can’t Get Over Losing You – Imaginations
14 Without A Word – The M-Ms & The Peanuts
15 Won’t You Call (Demo) – The Del-Rios
16 I Want You To Know – The Turn Arounds
17 Crying Bitter Tears – The Steelers
18 Since I Lost My Baby – The Perfections
19 Thank You Girl (For Being You) – Jesse Johnson & Chocolate Fudge
20 Send My Baby Back – The San Francisco TKOs
21 Is Love For Real – Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces
22 Don’t Bite The Hand That Feeds You – The Natural Resources Unpolluted
23 Don’t You Make Me Blue – The Fabulous Determinations
24 It’s My Fault (Demo) – The Mad Lads

Weight 120 g

Harmony Of The Soul Vocal Groups 1962-1977


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Our occasional series of anthologies of rare and desirable Group Soul gems kicks off 2016 with a fourth volume of “Soul Harmony” that’s sure to be welcomed by all collectors of the genre.

As ever, our musical tour of the US takes us to all parts of the country and features tracks that span the mid-60s to mid-70s – the golden era of this type of material.

Our featured artists offer a balance of the familiar and the obscure, but all with recordings of the highest quality. There are a few R&B chart hits here but the focus is on quality rather than on rarity.

22 tracks are completely new to Ace or Kent CDs, while nine of those 22 – including rare Stax demos from the Del Rios and the Mad Lads – have never been issued before.

The demand for Group Soul compilations continues to grow as appreciation of this great sub-genre of black American music expands. Anyone who has purchased any of our earlier volumes could not fail to be impressed with what is on offer here. – Ace Records

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