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Disc 1

1. Please Mr. Postman - The Marvelettes
2. Tossin’ And Turnin’ - Bobby Lewis
3. Mother-In-Law - Ernie K-Doe
4. Hit The Road, Jack - Ray Charles
5. Ya Ya - Lee Dorsey
6. It’s Gonna Work Out Fine - Ike & Tina Turner
7. Mama Said - The Shirelles
8. Turn On Your Love Light - Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland
9. Gypsy Woman - The Impressions
10. Last Night - The Mar-Keys
11. Tower Of Strength - Gene McDaniels
12. That’s It-I Quit-I’m Movin’ On - Sam Cooke
13. You Don’t Miss Your Water - William Bell
14. Find Another Girl - Jerry Butler
15. Everybody’s Gotta Pay Some Dues - The Miracles
16. Amor - Ben E. King
17. Don’t Cry Baby - Etta James
18. Every Beat Of My Heart - Gladys Knight & The Pips
19. Some Kind Of Wonderful - The Drifters
20. Raindrops - Dee Clark

Disc 2

1. Stand By Me - Ben E. King
2. I Don’t Want To Cry - Chuck Jackson
3. Jamie - Eddie Holland
4. A Little Bit Of Soap - Gene McDaniels
5. Take My Love (I Want To Give It All To You) - Little Willie John
6. Mighty Good Lovin’ - The Miracles
7. At Last - Etta James
8. Baby, You’re All Right - James Brown & His Famous Flames
9. I’m Telling You - Jerry Butler
10. I Wake Up Crying - Chuck Jackson
11. Big John - The Shirelles
12. I’m Blue (The Gong-Gong Song) - The Ikettes
13. Sweets For My Sweet - The Drifters
14. I Don’t Want To Take A Chance - Mary Wells
15. Hide Away - Freddy King
16. Funny - Maxine Brown
17. Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide - Marvin Gaye
18. I Want A Guy - The Supremes
19. Twistin’ Postman - The Marvelettes
20. (I Don’t Know Why) But I Do - Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry

American Soul 1961

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No DAY2CD325

Bar-Code 5060255183250

Availability: In stock

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The year 1961 was a turning point for black American music. Blues and rhythm’n’blues had been popular for many years, but by and large, the white acts were cherry-picking the best songs and taking them into the charts. By 1961, the black record labels were finding a way to make their own product more commercial so that it would appeal to a bigger audience. The music would take on a different name – Soul! It was a great term and even today when you say a record has soul, you mean that it has passion and commitment at its core.

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