Soul In Harmony – Vocal Groups 1965-1977 – Various Artists CD (Kent)

Code: CDKEND409


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01 Strange Voice – The Imaginations
02 Boom-A-Rang – The Dynamic Soul Machine
03 Baby (There’s Nothing You Can Do) – The Joneses
04 Since I’ve Been In Love – The Dramatics
05 You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me – The Four Sonics
06 We Can Make It Baby – The Reputations
07 Who’s The Biggest Fool – The Webb People
08 Just You Wait And See – The Pretenders
09 That Day When She Needed Me – The Performers
10 Be By Your Side – Moon & Mars
11 Don’t Have To Shop Around (Take 1) – The Mad Lads
12 Anytime That You Want Me – The Quotations
13 Waiting For Your Love – The Love Experience
14 Once Again – Nightchill
15 Wait For Me – The Inconquerables
16 Take Your Time – The Festivals
17 Can’t Get You Off My Mind – Brothers Of Soul
18 Need Someone To Love – The Symphonies
19 Ooh, Baby Baby – The Magnificent 7
20 Love Be Not A Stranger – The Radiations
21 I Won’t Stand In Your Way – The Premiers
22 Linda – Salt & Pepper
23 Heavenly Thing – The Mark-Keys
24 I’ll Be Waiting – The Lovettes

Weight 120 g

Soul In Harmony – Vocal Groups 1965-1977


Various Artists





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After a brief break, Kent’s strong-selling group soul series returns with a third volume that’s every bit as harmonious as the first two.

The focus is firmly on the sweet and the deep, and the majority of the tracks (including five previously unissued) are making their CD debut here.

Centres of harmonic excellence all across the USA are represented in our track listing: from NYC to Memphis and on to Detroit and San Francisco. One title was recorded in Bangkok; now that’s a story! Some featured artists are more familiar than others but all are outstanding in their field.

The better-known groups include the Mad Lads, Dramatics, Pretenders and the Festivals. The Four Sonics charted with ‘You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me’ as did the Mad Lads with ‘Don’t Have To Shop Around’ although in this instance we have used a previously unreleased version. The rarities include records from the Inconquerables, Love Generation and Salt & Pepper and would set you back thousands of pounds for the original vinyl. – Ace Records

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