Northern soul singles dating
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Big Motown fan here and lover of soul music from the likes of Chess and STAX. The sound quality is excellent and the song selections are quite amazing.
Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: AMAZING SONG QUALITY and the tracks on here are amazing, some big baggers and some that are a lot less known to those who are not super soulies. Unreleased chestnuts from the Motown Vaults that will definintely get you grooving! What I appreciated most about this collection is that very little duplication on other "Motown" collections - i.e. Amazing, hit after hit...sound quality is amazing...the back cover it says "For Dancers Only" lol but if you looking for some great upbeat tracks this is it. HOWEVER I WAS A LITTLE DISAPPOINTED THAT SOME OF THE TRACKS WERE OF POOR SOUND QUALITY.
They were much heralded at the time as several of the items had never been officially released before, but were well known from the clubs, where scratchy acetates and treasured bootlegs had been played to Northern Soul fans.
While the sound quality was obviously better on the CD releases, and the general availability much welcomed, some of the tracks had clearly been transferred from vinyl pressings and some of them were in reprocessed fake stereo.
IT WAS ACTUALLY RELEASED ON THE DEBUTAUNT LABEL IN THE 90's. As others have said, the title is a bit of a misnomer ("Vol.
1") because it's actually volumes 1 and 2 (with slightly different tracks in a few instances) when originally issued in the late 1990's, as two separate albums.
She can sing just about anybody under the table and all her three tracks are wonderful.I'm not the dancing type (at all), but if I was this 2 CD set would fill the bill perfectly.Upbeat soul--heard mostly during the Northern Soul era in Britain a number of years (decades) ago.Junior Walker's I Ain't Going Nowhere was another popular UK B-side.
The oldest recording in the collection is Linda Griner's Goodbye Cruel Love, recorded in June 1962 and a single for Motown in 1963.
Mostly, however, the remastering and cleaning up has left the tracks slightly shorter than before.