The Scene Club - Ham Yard, London 1963-1966 LP Vinyl

Scene Club - Ham Yard, London 1963-1966 LP

Various Artists


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Title: Scene Club - Ham Yard, London 1963-1966 LP
Artist: Various Artists
Label: Outta Sight
Catalogue #: OSVLP003
Format: LP Vinyl
Genre: Northern Soul, 60s Soul
Release Year: 2015
Condition: New & Sealed

1. Wilbert Harrison - Let’s Stick Together
2. Lee Dorsey - Ya Ya
3. Hank Ballard And The Midnighters - Let’s Go, Let’s Go, Let’s Go
4. Bobby Peterson Quintet - The Hunch
5. Willie Mae (Big Mama) Thornton - Hound Dog
6. Slim Harpo - I Got Love If You Want It
7. Howlin’ Wolf - You Gonna Wreck My Life
8. Willie Mabon - Got To Have Some


1. Little Walter - My Babe
2. Jimmy Reed - Ain’t That Lovin’ You Baby
3. Buster Brown - Fannie Mae
4. John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom
5. The Mar-Keys - Sack-O-Woe
6. Ike & Tina Turner - A Fool In Love
7. Bunker Hill - Hide & Go Seek, Part 1
8. Gary (U.S.) Bonds - Dear Lady Twist

OUTTA SIGHT pay homage to the original R&B maverick, and British music industry innovator, Guy Stevens with 16 original tracks culled from the DJs ‘Scene Club’ playlist.

When R&B fanatic Guy Stevens was given the Monday night dead spot at the tiny basement club in Ham Yard, R&B and the embryonic Mod scene, came of age. The former city insurance broker had acquired a formidable black American record collection and he was intent on spreading his R&B gospel to the ‘in’ crowd.
The Scene Club quickly established itself as the place to be seen and the place to see the coolest ‘faces’ in town. It was also THE no.1 spot in the West End to hear the very best that American R&B had to offer courtesy of Stevens who span the discs from his raised, temple-like, DJ booth packed with 45s, 78s and LPs.
Here, we present an authentic sounbite from the early days of the club that would shape the UK soul scene.

A uniquely themed set featuring legendary R&B tracks from the playlist of Scene DJ and R&B maverick Guy Stevens

“The Scene Club was the epicentre of the R&B boom. You had the best of the white R&B bands, you had Guy Stevens playing black music on Monday nights and you had black artists coming over, the whole thing coalesced in the Scene Club.” Norman Jopling

An important collection tracing the birth of soul and the evolution of Northern Soul

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