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Harking back to the heyday of soul and R&B, British Soul Power celebrates the impact of those treasured genres on the British music scene at the time of it's height in the 1960s. When black American music entered the mainstream through an early modernist mindset, it's impact would be felt wider through Radio and TV and become not just an influence on white musicians and singers in the UK, but an obsession. Latterly reclaimed by ardent fans as 'Northern Soul', a handful of distinctly British interpretations would ultimately find their glory on the dancefloors a decade later. British Soul Power is a fascinating insight into the homegrown acts who forged their sound in the Flamingo all-nighters and helped shape the mod phenomenon while transforming pop music and hitting the discotheques with a little vigour, a lot of verve and plenty of style. Rubble presents a groundbreaking set of explosive 60s soul dynamite in a 3 CD set that ignites the dancefloor. Welcome to the soundtrack of your weekend. Superb and professionally remastered original recordings with background liners and rare memorabilia
Harking back to the heyday of soul and R&B, British Soul Power celebrates the impact of those treasured genres on the British music scene at the time of it's height in the 1960s. When black American music entered the mainstream through an early modernist mindset, it's impact would be felt wider through Radio and TV and become not just an influence on white musicians and singers in the UK, but an obsession. Latterly reclaimed by ardent fans as 'Northern Soul', a handful of distinctly British interpretations would ultimately find their glory on the dancefloors a decade later. British Soul Power is a fascinating insight into the homegrown acts who forged their sound in the Flamingo all-nighters and helped shape the mod phenomenon while transforming pop music and hitting the discotheques with a little vigour, a lot of verve and plenty of style. Rubble presents a groundbreaking set of explosive 60s soul dynamite in a 3 CD set that ignites the dancefloor. Welcome to the soundtrack of your weekend. Superb and professionally remastered original recordings with background liners and rare memorabilia
5059179001733

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 08/19/2022
UPC: 5059179001733

British Soul Power: Soul Mining In The 6t's / Var
Artist: British Soul Power: Soul Mining In The 6t's / Var
Format: CD
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1. Chapter Five - You Can't Mean It (1966)
2. Kingsize Taylor - Let Me Love You (1967)
3. Isabel Bond - Don't Forget About Me (1969)
4. The Chantelles - Out of My Mind (1968)
5. Rey Anton ; the Peppermint Men - Girl, You Don't Know Me (1965) / John Andrews - It's Just Love (1966)
6. The Soulmates - Sayin' Something (1966)
7. Jimmy James ; the Vagabonds - Ain't No Big Thing (1966)
8. Madeline Bell - One Step at a Time (1967)
9. Lita Roza - What Am I Supposed to Do (1965)
10. Bobby Rio - Ask the Lonely (1966)
11. Pat Wayne - I Don't Want to Cry (1965)
12. Dave Walton - Love Ain't What It Used to Be (1966)
13. Leonard Whiting - That's What Mama Say (1965)
14. The Signs - Ain't You Got a Heart (1966)
15. Tawny Reed - I Got a Feeling (1965)
16. Tony Wilson - Can't Waste a Good Thing (1967)
17. Johnnie and John - Bumper to Bumper (1966)
18. Josh Hanna - Shut Your Mouth (1966)
19. Sharon Tandy - By My Side (1966)
20. Nita Rossi - Every Little Day Now (1965)
21. Val McKenna - Mixed Up Shook Up Girl (1965)
22. James Galt - a Most Unusual Feeling (1966)
23. Second City Sound - Love's Funny (1966)
24. Lorraine Silver - Lost Summer Love (1965)
25. The Carrolls - Surrender Your Love (1966)
26. Madeline Bell - I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face (1965)
27. Tawny Reed - You Can't Take It Away (1966)
28. James Royal - Call My Name (1967)
29. The Bunch - You Can't Do This (1967)
30. Ronnie Jones - My Love (1965)
31. Carl King - Out of My Depth (1966)
32. Tina ; the Mexicans - Just Hang on (1967)
33. John Drevar's Expression - When I Come Home (1967)
34. Keith Powell ; Billie Davis - Tastes Sour Don't It (1966)
35. The Shevells - Come on Home (1966)
36. The Applejacks - You've Been Cheatin' (1967)
37. Mark Loyd - When I'm Gonna Find Her (1966)
38. Steve Aldo - Everybody Has to Cry (1966)
39. Lawrence Brown - I'm No Good If I Can't Get Your Loving (1967) / Sonny Childe ; T.N.T. - Two Lovers (1966)
40. The Nite People - Nobody But You (1966)
41. Rob Chance ; the Chances R - I've Got the Power (1967)
42. The Gass - the New Breed (1966)
43. Mark Loyd - When Evening Falls (1966)
44. Jackie Edwards - I Feel So Bad (1966)
45. Carl Douglas ; the Big Stampede - Something for Nothing (1967) the Alan Bown Set - Baby Don't Push Me (1966)
46. Julien Covey ; the Machine - a Little Bit Hurt (1967)
47. Ram John Holder - My Friend Jones (1967)
48. Jackie Lynton - Three Blind Mice (1965)
49. Lucas - Dance Children Dance (1966)
50. James Galt - with My Baby (1966)
51. Terry Reid with Peter Jay's Jaywalkers - This Time (1967)
52. Sugar Simone - I Want to Know (1966)
53. Martin Hummingbird - You Really Know How to Hurt a Guy (1968) Jimmy Thomas - (We Ain't Here Looking for) No Trouble
54. Barry Window - I Thank You (1969)
55. D J. J. Jackson - Do the Boogaloo (1966)
56. Sonny Childe ; T.N.T. - Heartbreak (1967)
57. Jacki Bond - Why Can't I Love Him (1966)
58. Danny Williams - Whose Little Girl Are You (1967)
59. Barry St. John - Everything I Touch Turns to Tears (1966)
60. Madeline Bell - Help Yourself (1968)
61. John Schroeder - Hungry for Love (1966)
62. Johnny Curtis - Our Love's Disintegrating (1966)
63. Jenny Wren - Chasing My Dreams All Over Town (1966) / Marianne and Mike - One Good Turn Deserves Another (1964)
64. Pinky - Back Where You Belong (1965)
65. The Echoes - Go Ahead on (1966)
66. Frankie ; Johnny - I Wanna Make You Understand (1966)
67. Ethna Campbell - What's Easy for Two Is So Hard for One (1964) Helen Shapiro - Take Me for a While (1969)
68. Long John Baldry - House Next Door (1965)
69. Fearns Brass Foundry - Don't Change It (1968)
70. John Drevar's Expression - the Closer She Gets (1967)
71. James Royal - Hey Little Boy (1968)
72. The Marvels - Keep on Searching (1968)
73. Elkie Brooks - the Way You Do the Things You Do (1965)
74. Billie Davis - Just Walk in My Shoes (1966)
75. The Chanters - Every Night (I Sit and Cry) (1966)
76. Robb Storme ; the Whispers - Where Is My Girl (1965)
77. The Chantelles - the Man I Love (1967)
78. Gene Latter - a Woman Called Sorrow (1967)
79. James Royal - I've Lost You (1969)
80. Dave Hunter - She's a Heartbreaker (1968)
81. Owen Gray - Help Me (1967)

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Harking back to the heyday of soul and R&B, British Soul Power celebrates the impact of those treasured genres on the British music scene at the time of it's height in the 1960s. When black American music entered the mainstream through an early modernist mindset, it's impact would be felt wider through Radio and TV and become not just an influence on white musicians and singers in the UK, but an obsession. Latterly reclaimed by ardent fans as 'Northern Soul', a handful of distinctly British interpretations would ultimately find their glory on the dancefloors a decade later. British Soul Power is a fascinating insight into the homegrown acts who forged their sound in the Flamingo all-nighters and helped shape the mod phenomenon while transforming pop music and hitting the discotheques with a little vigour, a lot of verve and plenty of style. Rubble presents a groundbreaking set of explosive 60s soul dynamite in a 3 CD set that ignites the dancefloor. Welcome to the soundtrack of your weekend. Superb and professionally remastered original recordings with background liners and rare memorabilia
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