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Disc 1

1. Harlem Shuffle - Bob & Earl
2. Cry To Me - Solomon Burke
3. How Come - Birdie Green
4. Any Day Now (My Wild Beautiful Bird) - Chuck Jackson
5. You Threw A Lucky Punch - Gene Chandler
6. A Handful Of Memories - Baby Washington
7. Get My Hands On Some Lovin' - Marvin Gaye
8. Oh Lover - Sherri Taylor & Singin Sammy Ward
9. Cleo's Mood - Jr. Walker & The All Stars
10. Gypsy Woman - The Impressions
11. The Parade Of Broken Hearts - The Soul Brothers
12. I Said I Was Sorry - Solomon Burke
13. Take A Giant Step (Walk On) - The Profiles
14. (I Know) Your Love Has Gone Away - The Drapers
15. Barefootin' - Robert Parker
16. Last Night - The Mar-Keys
17. Mighty Good Lovin' - The Miracles
18. Any Other Way - William Bell
19. Jamie - Eddie Holland
20. I'm The One - Jerry Butler

Disc 2

1. The In Crowd - Dobie Gray
2. Night Train - James Brown
3. Watch Your Step - Bobby Parker
4. Can't Take It - The O'Jays
5. You're Too Much - Betty & Ray
6. Something's Got A Hold On Me - Etta James
7. If I Knew Then (What I Know Now) - Maxine Brown
8. Give Our Love A Chance - Ada Ray
9. Shout Bamalama - Otis Redding & The Pinetoppers
10. Green Onions - Booker T. & The M.G.'s
11. Mix It Up - The Marvelettes
12. Chain Gang - Sam Cooke
13. Earthquake - Roy Hamilton
14. I Wonder (If Your Love Will Ever Belong To Me) - The Pentagons
15. Hitch Hike - Marvin Gaye
16. Just For You - Freddie Gorman
17. First Love Baby - Lena Calhoun
18. Money - Barrett Strong
19. My Heart Belongs To You - Wilson Pickett
20. I Am - Roy Hamilton

'60s Mod Soul [Double CD]


Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD724

Bar-Code 5060143497247

Availability: In stock


The development of black popular music is fascinating. In the 1930s, there was blues music, primarily 12-bar songs based around day-to-day experiences, and there was gospel music which anticipated what they hoped would be coming when they died. Gradually some dance rhythms were attached to the blues and it developed into R&B, an apt term as it was rhythm and blues. In the mid-1950s, artists like Etta James and Wilson Pickett merged R&B with gospel music to create electrifying hits - and from that combination came soul music. The 40 singles collected here stem largely from the early sixties - that glorious period that saw the start and development of soul music. It was dance-oriented and highly commercial, appealing to both black and white audiences.

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