Soul Of Money Records Volume 3 – Various Artists CD (Kent)

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1. Don’t Take My Mind – Bettye Swann
2. I Will Not Cry (Single) – Bettye Swann
3. The Heartache Is Gone – Bettye Swann
4. Why’d You Put Me On – Bobbi Row & The Englishmen
5. Girl You’re So Fine – Bobby Angelle
6. Someone Is Gonna Hurt You – Bobby Angelle
7. You Got Me Dizzy – Bobby Angelle
8. I Wish – Delilah Moore
9. Open Up Your Eyes – M-M’s & The Peanuts
10. Give Back Your Lovin’ – Don Trotter
11. I’m Gonna Speak Out – Eddie Horan
12. I’ll Give My Love To You – Eric Williams
13. Hard Times Are Coming – Eric Williams Or Tommy & Eddie?
14. Put Your Weight On It Part II – Filmore St Soul Rebellions
15. Speak To Me In Your Soulful Way – Hank Jacobs & The TKO’s
16. There’s Nothing I Wouldn’t Do – M-M’s & The Peanuts
17. Sugar Love – Pat Livingston
18. Doin The Thing – The Question Marks
19. If She Wants To Go – The Choice Of Colours
20. The Answer Came Too Late – The Larks
21. The Skate – The Larks
22. The Charge – T-K-O’s With Hank Jacobs At The Organ
23. I Don’t Want Nobody – Tommy & Eddie
24. Sad And Blue – The Mysteries

Weight 120 g

Soul Of Money Records Volume 3


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The first two volumes of this classic label story have been very well received and this final chapter maintains the high quality of the material. There are four more “from the vaults” tracks for the completists and great obscurities that most collectors will have never heard.The Larks’ and Bettye Swann’s dancers are great to hear in the context of a compilation CD and the highly-rated Bobby Angelle’s three contributions are superb.Modern soul fans will enjoy the Eddie Horan, Pat Livingston and Delilah Moore tracks and that era’s male soul group aficionados will be knocked out by the Choice Of Color’s previously unissued track.The Filmore Street Soul Rebellion, Hank Jacobs & The TKOs and Don Julian & The Larks provide funky jazz-soul instrumentals for the dancers, while there are early Rhythm & Soul sides from The Question Marks and Tommy & Eddie. The CD represents all the strands of west coast black music through soul’s greatest era. –  Ace Records

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