• On The Soul Side CD
  • On The Soul Side CD
  • On The Soul Side CD

On The Soul Side – Various Artists CD (Kent)

Code: CDKEND473


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1. Love and Desire – Patrice Holloway
2. Gonna Fix You Good (Every Time You’re Bad) – Little Anthony and The Imperials
3. Dr. Love – Bobby Sheen
4. Ready, Willing and Able – Jimmy Holiday & Clydie King
5. A Lot Of Love – Homer Banks
6. Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette) – The O’Jays
7. The Record – H.B. Barnum
8. It Was Easier To Hurt Her – Garnet Mimms
9. Fortune Teller – Benny Spellman
10. It Will Stand – The Showmen
11. Boy Watcher – Ginger Thompson
12. Doo-wah-diddy – The Exciters
13. I Want You To Be My Baby – Ellie Greenwich
14. Point Of No Return – Gene McDaniels with the Johnny Mann Singers
15. Baby I Love You – Jimmy Holiday
16. What’s A Matter Baby (Is It Hurting You) – Timi Yuro
17. If You Were A Man – Clydie King
18. Nobody Treats Me The Way You Do – Magnificent Men
19. The Thrill Of Romance – Patrice Holloway
20. It’s What’s Underneath That Counts – June Jackson
21. What You Gonna Do (When Your Love Is Gone) – Bobby Womack
22. Trick Bag – Earl King
23. Don’t Let Your Eyes Get Bigger Than Your Heart – Sylvia Robbins
24. The Man Who Don’t Believe In Love – Marv Johnson
25. Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing – Lou Rawls
26. Nothing Left To Do But Cry – Merry Clayton

Weight 120 g

On The Soul Side


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With its original iconic Ian Clark sleeve design, this best-selling Kent LP from 1983 (KENT 006) makes the leap to CD with 12 additional tracks from the same big name labels Capitol, Liberty, Imperial, Veep, UA, Minit and Sue.

The 26 tracks are all original recordings, most not available on other Kent CDs and includes a previously unreleased Patrice Holloway dancer from her Stolen Hours sessions. The set features classic Northern Soul numbers from June Jackson, Patrice Holloway, Bobby Sheen, Little Anthony and the Magnificent Men’s LP-only Chicago soul track Nobody Treats Me The Way You Do. Includes big sophisticated ballads from Lou Rawls, Marv Johnson, Garnet Mimms, Timi Yuro and Merry Clayton plus early Rhythm & Soul anthems from the Showmen, Earl King, Benny Spellman and Gene McDaniels, plus great Memphis movers from Homer Banks and Bobby Womack.  – Ace Records