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Northern Soul Anthems (140g Black Vinyl)

Various Artists

Northern Soul Anthems (140g Black Vinyl)

Various Artists

Northern Soul Anthems (140g Black Vinyl)

Release information

Release information

Label: Demon Records • Format: Vinyl • Date: 27/05/2022 Cat#: DEMREC921 • Barcode: 5014797905849 • Genre: R&B and Soul Sub Genre: Northern Soul

Track Listing

  1. Dobie Gray - Out On The Floor
  2. The Show Stoppers - Ain't Nothin' But a House Party
  3. Richard Temple - That Beatin' Rhythm'
  4. Billy Butler & The Enchanters - The Right Track
  5. The Valentines - Breakaway
  6. The M.V.P.'s -Turnin' My Heartbeat Up
  7. Melba Moore - Magic Touch
  8. The Seven Souls - I Still Love You
  9. James Barnett - Keep On Talking
  10. The Olympics - Baby Do The Philly Dog
  11. The Hesitations - I'm Not Built That Way
  12. Eddie Parker - I'm Gone
  13. Mary Love - Lay This Burden Down
  14. Maxine Brown - It's Torture
  15. Kim Weston - Helpless
  16. Chairmen of the Board - Give Me Just a Little More Time
  17. Earl Van Dyke & The Motown Brass - 6 By 6
  1. Ann Sexton - You've Been Gone Too Long
  2. Eloise Laws - Love Factory
  3. Barbara Lynn - Movin’ On A Groove
  4. Tommie Young - Hit And Run Lover
  5. The Montclairs - Hung Up On Your Love
  6. Four Below Zero - My Baby's Got ESP
  7. Freda Payne - Band of Gold
  8. Just Brothers - Sliced Tomatoes
  9. Al Wilson - The Snake
  10. The Chandlers - Your Love Makes Me Lonely
  11. The Monitors - Crying In The Night
  12. Tommy Good - Baby I Miss You
  13. Chuck Jackson - Hand It Over
  14. Frances Nero - Keep On Lovin' Me
  15. Edwin Starr - Headline News (02:33)
  16. Jimmy Radcliffe - Long After Tonight Is All Over
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About this release

Demon Music is proud to bring together a selection of popular and exciting classic Northern Soul Anthems on a new 2LP thirty-three track collection. These are the original recordings by some familiar names and one or two that may have passed you by.

As the Sixties came to a close and the initial success of labels like Atlantic and Motown began to wane, there remained a dedicated fanbase of Soul devotees who would rather be out on the floor than wearing flowers in their hair. They continued to seek out new and previously overlooked releases, many on small labels that had never enjoyed chart success, making surprise hits of a few in the process.

Northern Soul could easily have passed into music history as a fad, something on the fringes of mainstream popular music; instead its  popularity has remained and even grown. It is no longer the preserve of venues in the north of England (who had always attracted coachloads of devotees from across the nation), with Soul clubs opening in Europe, Asia, Australia and even – in perhaps the ultimate example of “coals to Newcastle” – America

Every few years Northern Soul enjoys a resurgence in popularity and welcomes a new generation of younger fans, keepers of the faith. This collection is for those with a passing interest and fans both old and new – music fashions may change but the quality, the infectious excitement and the urge to get up and dance has endured in these fantastic records.