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Disc 1

1. Do You Love Me - The Contours
2. The Locomotion - Little Eva
3. Something’s Got A Hold On Me - Etta James
4. Green Onions - Booker T. & The M.G.’s
5. Don’t Play That Song (You Lied) - Ben E. King
6. Soldier Boy - The Shirelles
7. Stubborn Kind Of Fellow - Marvin Gaye
8. Love Letters - Ketty Lester
9. Bring It On Home To Me - Sam Cooke
10. Any Day Now (My Wild Beautiful Bird) - Chuck Jackson
11. Stop The Wedding - Etta James
12. I've Got A Woman (Part 1) - Jimmy McGriff
13. Anna (Go To Him) - Arthur Alexander
14. Crawl (Part 1) - Willie Mitchell
15. The Wah-Watusi - The Orlons
16. I’ll Try Something New - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
17. You Are My Sunshine - Ray Charles
18. Cry To Me - Solomon Burke
19. You Beat Me To The Punch - Mary Wells
20. Playboy - The Marvelettes

 

Disc 2

1. Twist And Shout - The Isley Brothers
2. Duke Of Earl - Gene Chandler
3. Twistin’ The Night Away - Sam Cooke
4. Up On The Roof - The Drifters
5. Keep Your Hands Off My Baby - Little Eva
6. Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes - Dee Dee Sharp
7. Beechwood 4-5789 - The Marvelettes
8. Party Lights - Claudine Clark
9. You’ll Lose A Good Thing - Barbara Lynn
10. Lookin’ For Love - The Valentinos
11. I Need Your Loving - Don Gardner & Dee Dee Ford
12. Hide ’Nor Hair - Ray Charles
13. Night Train - James Brown
14. Mashed Potato Time - Dee Dee Sharp
15. The One Who Really Loves You - Mary Wells
16. You Don’t Know Me - Ray Charles
17. Nothing Can Change This Love - Sam Cooke
18. Strange I Know - The Marvelettes
19. If Your Mother Only Knew - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
20. I’m Hanging Up My Heart For You - Solomon Burke

American Soul 1962

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No DAY2CD326

Bar-Code 5060255183267

Availability: In stock

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It was still called R&B in the 1950s, aka rhythm and blues. But by the time the 1960s rolled around, it had acquired a new name: soul music. The name reflected the music’s roots in gospel, and also the importance of vocal sincerity. If it didn’t sound like you really meant it, it didn’t have soul. Here you’ll find an impressive roster of the major soul artists of that era … and while the songs in this selection may not be the biggest hits of the artists in question, this 2-CD set is, without doubt, a fantastic collection of early soul material at its very finest.

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