• Stack Of Soul - Various Artists CD (Jasmine)
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Stack Of Soul – Various Artists CD (Jasmine)

Code: JASCD995


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1. Bobby Darin – What’d I Say
2. Mel Torme – Right Now
3. Prince Conley – I’m Going Home
4. Herbie Mann – Comin’ Home Baby
5. Ray Charles and His Band – Ive Got A Woman
6. Barbara Stephens – Wait A Minute
7. Lavern Baker – Tiny Tim
8. Ben E King – Young Boy Blues
9. The Drifters – When My Little Girl Is Smiling
10. Carla Thomas – Promises
11. The Tonettes – Stolen Angel
12. The Fiestas – So Fine
13. The Corvells – He’s So Fine
14. Lavern Baker and Ben E King – A Help-Each-Other Romance
15. The Bobbettes – I Shot Mr Lee
16. Ruth Brown – I Burned Your Letter
17. The Hollywood Flames – Every Day, Every Way (Ill Always Be In Love With You)
18. Chuck Willis – Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Baby Leaves You
19. The Drifters – Drip Drop
20. Jimmy Ricks And The Ravers – Daddy Rollin Stone
21. The Van Dykes – Stupidity
22. Booker T And The MGs – Green Onions
23. Barbara Dane – Im On My Way
24. Rufus Thomas – The Dog
25. Lavern Baker and Jimmy Ricks – You’re The Boss
26. Hamp Jones – Pack Your Cloths
27. Solomon Burke – Cry To Me
28. Chuck Berry – Wee, Wee Hours

Weight 120 g

Stack Of Soul


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This is another fascinating entry in Jasmine’s early roots of soul series, a superb 28-track CD full of excellent and surprising tracks from the likes of The Van Dykes, The Drifters, Ben E King, Ray Charles and Solomon Burke. There is no doubt that The Beatles were a huge influence over the global acceptance of rhythm & blues music and what would eventually become soul. However certain record labels also played an important role and it isn’t just Detroit’s Berry Gordy who could take all the credit as over in New York, Ahmet Ertegun and Herb Abramson et al were also on a mission. Through Ray Charles the east coast story firmly established itself as a contender and rather interestingly this set kicks off with Bobby Darin’s version of “What’d I say” which charted at No. 24 in the pop charts. This set continues in that theme with some of the artists not always performing in a style that was expected of them. Includes fully detailed liner notes covering the artists and songs.

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