60's Soul Happening

The Hottest sounds from the hippest clubs.....

Various Artists

 

 

1. Spinning Top - The Orlons
2. I'll Never Fall In Love Again - John Lee's Groundhogs
3. Let's Copp A Groove - Bobby Wells
4. Love Is Wonderful - Paula Parfitt
5. Wish It Would Rain-Barry Davis
6. Come See Me - JJ Jackson
7. Something For Nothing - Carl Douglas
8. Cheat and Lie - Ken Woodman and His Piccadilly Brass
9 .I'm Alive - Don Farndon
10.Take It Easy - Sugar Simone
11.Yesterday Has Gone - Lena Junoff
12. You Can't Mean It - Chapter 5
13. I Like What I'm Trying To Do - Waygood Ellis
14. Sock It To Em' Soul Brother - Bill Moss
15. I Wanna Know - Sugar Simone
16. Who's Fooling Who - The Amboy Dukes
17. Forever I'll Stay With You - Chris Jackson
18. Nobody's Perfect - Tony Mckay
19. Deep Blue Train - The Amazing Dancing Band
20. One In A Million - Chapter 5
21. Nik Nak Paddy Wack - Lou Lawton
22. I'll Never Forget You - Chris Jackson

This excellent compilation by Kev Roberts has a theme that walks through each track to gel the collection. It is a collection of tracks from UK labels from 1964-1969. The highlights open with the Orlons Spinning Top from the Planet label. Good uptempo track from JJ Jackson Come See Me issued on the Strike label. Great 60's sound instrumental from Ken Woodman Cheat and Lie. Two tracks from the Jamaican artist Sugar Simone the best being Take It Easy. Two tracks from Chapter Five (not 5) from the CBS label, One In A Million now very sort after and a good version of this song. Lesser known I Like What I'm Trying To Do by Waygood Ellis from Polydor good dancer.. Also issued on Polydor the catchy Nobody's Perfect by Tony Mckay. To end with a Soul City label release I'll Never Forget You by Chris Jackson an under rated track not easy to come by. Pity one or two tracks have been dubbed from disc. Iissued on Bestway BESTCD 008

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