• Wants List Volume 4 Return Of The Soulful Rare Grooves 2X LP
  • Wants List Volume 4 Return Of The Soulful Rare Grooves 2X LP

Wants List Volume 4 Return Of The Soulful Rare Grooves 2X LP Vinyl (Soul Brother)

Code: LPSBPJ51


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1 Black Cream – The Harold Wheeler Consort

2 These Memories – Almeta Lattimore

3 Lightin’ Up – Ty Karim

4 You Got Your Hold On Me – Mary Clark

5 Dont Shut Me Out – Bobby Wilson



1 Wanna Be Where You Are – Zulema

2 Now That I Have You – Tommy McGee

3 I Can Deal With That (Strings Version) – Dee Edwards

4 It’s So Real – McArthur

5 If I Can’t Have Your Love – Jocelyn Brown



1 Sunshine Holiday – Carolyn Franklin

1 Love Just Ain’t No Fun – G.C. Cameron

2 Trust In Me – Natural High

4 A Love Of Your Own – The Ebonys

5 We Go Back A Ways – The Impressions

6 Give Him Up – Manhattans



1 Let’s Get Down To Business – Pat Lundy

2 Ridin High – Margie Joseph

3 Day Dreaming – Aretha Franklin

4  I Want Sunday Back Again – Maxine Weldon

5  I Don’t Wanna Leave You – Debbie Taylor

Weight 501 g


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‘Wants List 4’ has been compiled in response to customer demand, ten years after Wants List 3. It features some great in demand tracks from the 70’s rediscovered in the UK’s Rare Groove and Modern Soul Scene’s from the mid 80’s onwards, several are appearing on a compilation for the first time and some are being reissued on CD or Vinyl for the first time ever. Harold Wheeler Consort ‘Black Cream’ is a wonderfully lush semi-instrumental funky soul cut that has been sampled many times over the last 20 years. Almeta Lattimore beautiful ‘These memories’ is an extremely rare 45 fetching upwards to £400. It is 70’s Modern Soul at its finest!
Mary Clark’s ‘You Got Your Hold on Me’ is another great slab of rare mid tempo soul produced by Patrick Adams and Billy Nichols which is reissued here for the first time. Tommy McGee rare 45 ‘Now That I Have You’ that has been in demand on both the Rare Groove and Modern Soul scenes for decades, makes it’s CD and Compilation debut. Dee Edwards ‘(I Can) Deal With That’ is a wonderful record has been heralded on the Two-Step, Modern Soul and Funk scenes over the past 25 years. The ‘Strings and Tambourine’ version featured here is very hard to find on CD or LP. Pat Lundy jaunty Jazzy-Soul stepper ‘Let’s Get Down To Business’, Maxine Weldon
‘I want Sunday back again’ and Debbie Taylor’s magnificent orchestrated ballad ‘I Don’t Wanna Leave You’ all make their CD and compilation debut on ‘Wants List 4’. There is some great harmony soul from The Ebonys, Manhattans, Impressions and Natural High, plus Jazzy-soul floaters from Margie Joseph, Aretha Franklin and her sister Carolyn, plus 2-step heaven from Jocelyn Brown, Zulema and more. Every track is a winner on what is possibly the best volume in this popular ‘cult’ series, which is sure to receive airplay and great reviews and be sought after by Soul fans everywhere. This compilation will like the previous volumes be a strong consistent seller