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A Reason To Be Lonely - Various - Northern Soul Lost & Found Volume 2 (CD, Album)

2 Oct

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  1. A companion volume to Richard Searling's brace of Northern Soul Connoisseurs releases, this is a wonderful track retrospective of Motown's backwaters, showing the astonishing depth of quality the label ignored, relegated to b sides or hid away as album tracks/5(53).
  2. These varied from out-and-out Northern Soul, to big city ballads, to Southern Soul to Modern and funk. Other gems like Willie Hatcher’s magnificent ‘Who Am I Without You Baby’, Joe Perkins’ atmospheric ‘Runaway Slave’ and the close soul harmony of the Premiers on ‘Lonely Weatherman’ had never graced a digital disc before.
  3. nScepter, Wand and Musicor have been a staple of the Kent connoisseur’s diet for nearly thirty years, since Jack Montgomery’s ‘Dearly Beloved’ opened the “Club Soul” Kent LP in Along with stunning solo compilations from Maxine Brown, Tommy Hunt, Chuck Jackson and the Shirelles there have been about a dozen LP and CD compilations of all the great artists who didn’t have.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Lost Deep Soul Treasures, Vol. 1 - Various Artists on AllMusic - - This series commences to provide a well-needed.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Northern Soul Lost & Found on Discogs.5/5(1).
  6. The Greatest Soul Album - The Best Soul Songs Ever. 20 Heartbreaking Soul Classics. Greatest R&B Hits of , Vol. 4 For Northern Soul Collectors: Volume 1. Raggarrock. Everybody Loves The 60's Vol. I. Timeless: The Golden Memories. Lonely Avenue - Soul from New York - Pt. 1. Over the Rainbow. I Love Music.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Lost Soul Oldies, Vol. 2 - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  8. Strangely enough Mirwood is a household name. Admittedly only among a few select residences dotted around the north of the UK and the odd foreign outpost, but the cry “Go and put some Mirwood on Agnes” is as common up there as “Do you want a cuppa Arbuthnot?” That’s because two generations of Northern Soul devotees have been brought up, while dandled on their mother’s knee, to the.

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