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Detroit Spinners

I'll Always Love You / Tomorrow May Never Come

Looking for clean TMG’s - they ain’t getting any easier to find

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I'm Lonely I'm Troubled / My Baby

What and intro to this high octane Northern Soul roadster is laying shoe-sole skid-marks on Northern Soul dance-floors throughout Britain at the moment.

Rattling drum-rolls, bongos, plucky Wah- Wah guitar, steer the relentless vocal-group mover, enriched by urgent but still tight silky harmonies.

This is real-deal Northern Soul in the true classic style, full of all the ingredients for spins, back drop and synchronized hand claps.. the bollocks!!

Vinyl and labels are flawless, check out the crisp soundfile..

The flipside is just as highly regarded as the a-side for Sweet Soul fans, but note there is a lone hairline scratch on the intro that clicks.. for the first few revolutions. A shame as the A-side is a Manship-Mint as is the flip except for this one mark..

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Spider Turner

I've Get Myself Together (before I Lose My Mind /

We do try and pride ourselves on the consistent fine condition of our listings - but occasionally we give a green light, to records in lesser conditions if fidelity is strong and clear, and of course if it’s a DJ box essential.

This Detroit dancer is essential as demand from the dancers and collection has rocketed in more recent times.

Vinyl has multiple hairlines, nothing deep nothing causing distracting clicks or distortion (check the sound-file lifted directly off the copy. There is a minuscule surface flake at the very edge of the run-in on the A-side that does NOT transfer to the B-side.

The B-side of course is another stand-out Detroit dancer, the surface on the flipside is at least as grade higher and plays Excellent.

One highly in demand Double helping from the Motor City guaranteed to give your set and the night a lift..

And perhaps the chance to own a Rare disc at an affordable price!

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Come And Be My Freak / Starship

Rare Washington, D.C. private press.

an Eddie Perrell project giving up “aggressive” funk one side, subtle innovative Sweet Soul harmony the other side.

Take a listen as the lead vocal attacks the punchy psyche/Funk arrangement as he does a “Vernon Burch” with the lyric and the honkin’ horns respond over the top Norman Connors inspired synth and guitar rhythms, so typically back end of the seventies styled..

Confirming writer Terry Scott’s admiration for Micheal Henderson/Norman Connors collaborations the group perform a beautiful version of “You are My Starship” on the flipside. Tight mellow harmonies sown into meandering jazzy instrumentation that is completely hypnotic as different beseeching vocal fill the atmosphere..

A double helping of impressive local endeavor ..

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Otis Rush


1963 UK original release in birth sleeve, vinyl and labels in stunning condition!

For me this is the greatest R&B dancer to ever get a release in Britain with unequaled turntable presence, guaranteed to generate a down n’ dirty atmosphere.

I lay this in may sets from it’s Duke release.. without except it is received with a change up the mood.. opening a dance opportunity only those “special” classics can spark..

After near 55 years you really don’t expect to encounter this 45 in Mint - condition.. it was a 45 to be partied with, to be constantly on the Dansette spindle stacked in the midst of 7 other 45s..

This unblemished copy must have spend a life on a OCD collectors shelve..

Time to set the Texas leviathan free.. listen to the soundfile and keep still is you can..

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The winning bid was £ 216.00


Your Heart Belongs To Me / (he's) Seventeen

Continuing our series of not often witness USA MOtown, here is the label’s 27th. release complete with the awesome PROMO Picture Sleeve, that just hardly ever comes to market. (our first example this century)

Without question one of the most glamorous poses captured on a picture cover by this persistently photographed trio..

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Kenny Smith

Lord, What's Happening To Your People

The beauty of the Northern Soul original does not get more charismatic than this Blackpool Mecca anthem, as the seldom seen “label-art” stock copy.

At the time of it’s airings at The Mecca by the serial vinyl-adventurer Colin Curtis; a DJ who didn’t give a hoot about the initial dancefloor opinion. The Mecca crowd initially didn’t quite know what to make of the meandering intro, with a one finger piano accompaniment… a far cry from the Tomangoes start..

Colin, as always stuck with this diverse play…that quickly changed up a gear with a bass guitar break, squealing girls and Kenny Smith gravel-coated vocal scything through a production that just gets stronger and more inventive by the minute…

Take a bow Mr. Curtis, in 1975 your foresight and taste was way ahead of it’s time, validated by this song escalating to the turntables of Cleethorpes Pier, Wigan Casino, Peterborough Wirrina, Yate, St. Ives… in fact every Northern Soul club of the 70’s with a DJ lucky enough to own a copy, would take pause on that iconic intro, then mesmerized, slowly melt into that kaleidoscope of Soul.

I adore every moment of this groundbreaking tune, with only Lou Edwards - “Talkin’ Bout Poor Folks” getting anywhere close to it’s uniqueness…

Here is, it’s by far rarest garb and what a garb it is, ready to illuminate even the most precious collection of Northern Soul..

An eye-popper triggering euphoric recall of the days when DJ’s of the magnitude of Colin Curtis influenced the scene when no style of Soul was not investigated and played if Colin Curtis thought it appropriate by his ear….

This copy is utterly flawless btw.. the silly Rare Stock copy in heart-stopping condition!  

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The winning bid was £ 558.00

Jock Mitchell And The Fabulous Agents

No Mad Woman

The mighty vocal of Jock Mitchell hooks into an infectious Aaron Neal arrangement, an addictive cocktail of “Far East” rhythms, rich male harmony choruses, swinging from silky smooth to outrageous screams; all perfectly timed allowing Mr. Mitchell to flex his ease spearing the lyric.

Deliciously moody, sultry Northern Soul that very few other Soul recordings have imitated. Only the Master Four, Stewart Ames come to mind whilst comparing this individualistic style..

ALL copies of this 45 are “low-fi” presses, so it is imperative to acquire a copy as flawless as you can possibly find it..

Well this copy just happens to be a mere smidgen off a “Manship Mint” finest example of this disc we’ve encountered in memory.

You will not find finer vinyl, A-side label is perfect, flipside label has a tiny sticker removal mark. (see scans)

Listen to the killer Detroit Northern Soul in unblemished condition..

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You Keep Me Hanging On / Remove This Doubt

Holland - Dozier - Holland exceed even their unparalleled standards to create a song for Diana & the girls that has spanned 5 decades and triggers an internal reaction whenever heard..

Before you today is the 1966 British green & white Demo of this truly timeless Motown classic..

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Richard Marks

Don't Take It Out On Me / Love Is Gone

Richard Marks now here’s singer of real note..

It matters not a jot which side the Rare Soul DJ drop the stylus on, both sides give up high-quality Rare Soul Dance!

Banbury’s Baron of the turntables “Eddie Hubbard” is currently championing the splendid “Don’t Take It Out On Me” whilst the flipside ” Love Is Gone ” gets an outing most every sets I do.

Both benefit from the inventive abyss of Atlanta’s main Soul man Thomas “Tee” Fletcher, the creator of so many truly preeminent Northern Soul recordings; all carrying his trademark of uplifting dance arrangement s peppered with meaningful lyrics.

On this highly elusive disc he delivers just that, but twice over - two exquisitely constructed dancers and more importantly current plays..

The artist himself can also do no wrong, every one of his 45’s are rare and highly sought after, some achieving eye-watering values when they seldom surface..

This Shout release right up there along side his very finest..

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The winning bid was £ 208.00

Blues And Soul

# 21 July / August 1969

Soul Historians here is the seldom seen July 1969 issue 21 in spectacular condition, even retains the Blues & Soul ON DISC supplement where John Abbey rated new UK Soul releases for July/August 1969. (makes very interesting reading)

With the 1966 UK Philips release, The Flamingos - Boogaloo Party - being the most-wanted 45 on the All-night scene for three years. Blues & Soul dedicate two pages to the group, as Philips re-issued this dance-floor destroyer to meet the unprecedented demand. A rare peek into the story of this fabulous New York gathering. There is of course the consistently controversial, but essential read of the Dave Godin column. Which sparked debate in previous issues whether the Dave Godin column should be curtailed.. but readers letters in this edition give the “Sou Governor” 100% support.

Spy the centerfold spread of a stunning Smokey Robinson & the Miracles stage shot. + Bios and pics on: The Flamingos, The Drifters + the discography & Al Wilson..

Eye-catc hing record company adverts include. Soul City, Action, Tamla Motown, MCA Soul Bag (hence Jackie Wilson on the front cover) and of course Atlantic pushing Otis Redding - Love Man, Major Lance - Follow The Leader etc.

Here is a fundamental window into the burgeoning British Soul scene prior to the 70’s “lift off”

I’ve personally never encountered a Blues & Soul early number A5 style mag in finer condition.. and this edition is such an enlightening read..

plus of course the front cover is a “framer” 

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Chubby Checker

Everything's Wrong / Cu Ma La Be-stay

The Roof Leaks The Floor Creaks…” “Everything’s Wrong”

.. in the case of this listing “Everything Is Right!” in fact dead-right !

Vinyl condition is perfection, most likely UNPLAYED before we lifted the impressive double soundfile. Still housed in it’s birth-sleeve, label stamped with ATV music library.

So right, we can’t imagine ever listing a better copy.

Top side is one of Chubby’s sublime offerings to the Northern Soul scene, seamless 60’s Philly Northern Soul from the prolific desk of Wes Farrell. Chubby’s milky vocal sits perfectly within the flowing arrangement, producing a great song that has steadily climbed in popularity; with the easy to dance characteristics, prompting requests..

As for the flipside, we have to regress back to the Twisted Wheel era when “Cu Ma La Be-Stay” was such a huge play, it sparked a 1968 British bootlegs B.J.D and the beloved Soul Sounds series.

Here’s the real deal in unbeatable condition, offering two great sides, one for today’s turntable, one to reminiscing about the scene origins.

Check the scans, hear the double soundfile… you are about to be impressed

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Rhonda Davis

Can You Remember

In short…

one of the finest Sister Crossover Northern Soul tunes ever committed to vinyl. Rhonda’s beseeching pleas woven into the seamless NS dance production is just to die for..

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Len Watson

Dancing With Your Memory


From Romance Watson…

Prepare for something completely off the wall, a cocktail of the the Big City Sound spiked with Popcorn. Driven down the hatch by a Henry Jerome “Wall Of Sound” (Phil Spector wasn’t the only kid on the block capable crashing juggernauts through your cochlea)

Get ready for a monumental vocal performance from Len, bolstered by a fantastic kitchen-sink production, as Henry Jerome throws everything into the full orchestra surroundings. Girls, guys, strings, prompting Hammond, and a rhythmic riffs borrowed from early Motown..

Wow! This guy has a voice to move mountains, easily rivaling the greats Ray Pollard, Tony Middleton or any other Soul gargantuan who attacks the mike..

A 45 that has long been a “Popcorn” play, now surely some enterprising UK Northern Soul Jock with a penchant for the Big City Sound could take this tune right off the scale in this country too.

Noting, condition could hardly be more perfect! Spy the gorgeous label vista then unleash LEN!

Additional info from Graham Cooper Shirebrook ace DJ at “Something Different - Shirebrook”

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I Don't Know About You

If anyone ask me “come on play me a record that showcases the very best of Northern Soul to you”

I’d have to play my unconverted friend this 45. As for me being terribly biased towards the vocal-group Northern Soul productions, this tune is the “dogs”

From the very first syllable of those soaring vocals.Oh and then the deep-as-you-like it Bass vocal burbles a few words.. and I’m hooked, tied and totally enamored to this sound, that continues to rise in it’s glorious arrangement into a masterpiece of the genre..

Whether a NS-music-infidel would actually experience the same feelings as me as the song plays out, is rather doubtful. As shivers, pulse quickening rushes, neck-tingling are possibly emotions reserved for those disciples who have spent a lifetime devoted to Soul music…


A tune you may secure at an afford price, as although both labels are totally the vinyl has surface marks visually vg. Plays better so listen carefully to the full sound file provided.

Oh I almost forgot in my unbridled enthusiasm…

It is of course, one of the BIGGEST most popular Northern Soul 45s, that a DJ could possibly drop..

to trigger the wildebeast dancefloor stampede..

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John Drevar's Expression

The Closer She Gets

Before you is an old school Northern Soul boy’s heart-stopper! An Off-The-Scale Rare Stock copy!

John Drevar’s Expression just back from a tour supporting Jimi Hendrix in Paris, when Lance Barrett presented the group with a Richie Adams, Victoria Pike, Teddy Randazzo creation. Lance was hoping for another big hit like he had with The Troggs a year earlier with “Wild Thing”. Assisting proceedings was “Soul” orientated Johnny Harris, who arranged the song with imposing instrumental breaks.

According to band member Derek Edmond the party atmosphere was in full swing, especially when an enthusiastic couple of backing singers add “Ba Ba Ba Ba” into the huge horn break, clapping hands elevating the song up yet another notch..

The “Ba Ba Ba Ba” backing singers were Tony Blackburn and the distracting gorgeousness of Tessa Wyatt, playing a vital part of this great Northern Soul song’s fabric!

But unfortunately, for all this enthusiasm from accomplished players, the expected “hit” was not to be, this 45 fell at the first hurdle, selling virtually nothing and so the legendary saga of a future Northern Soul trophy begins…

Such a cool tune, was at some point in it’s life gonna be discovered, and the most likely source would be a Northern Soul pioneer unearthing a copy from his local vinyl graveyards…

We are not sure who the first DJ to debut this 45, but it rocketed to the top of everyone’s wish list, as the very few pink and silver Demo copies hit the turntables of of England’s premier all niters! The rest is history, so rare at the time, a copy never fell into the hands of the bootleggers, casual Northern Soul collectors had to be content with a vastly inferior remake on Destiny records, who cheekily put a 1968 date on the label. A record I’ve thankfully not heard since it’s actual 1979 release..

HERE IS THE REAL DEAL the 1967 STOCK copy, rarer than the DEMO in our experience of the last 20 years at a 4 to 1 ratio.

This copy has two clean labels, no writing, stains or tears. The vinyl surface is marked, strong gloss but lots a light surface hairlines. Listen to the soundfile lifted directly of the “near impossible” disc.

and wait for that mighty instrumental break towards the end, when apparently Tessa Wyatt seductively stooped towards the microphone and Tony Blackburn’s “Ba Ba Ba Ba” morphed into a lip curling “BAAA!! BAAA!! BAAA!! BAAA!!”

I feel your desire Tony B. as I find every aspect of this song is seductive… including the label.

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Little Anthony Burns

Do Right Man / Try Me Darling


Both sides of this Southern Soul “impossible” conveys despair, pain and an aching need in equal amounts; as Little Anthony Burns borrows from a few Soul Classics, amalgamating some well know phrases but stamping his own identity on each track.

A funeral paced Hammond pulls the session deeper into misery, with a sympathetic guitar riff twitching away in the background. An abyss of sadness unfolds. Flipping it over Anthony’s mood does not get any brighter..

This time drawing in from James Brown’s Deep Soul classic, but adjusting the lyrics enough to lift it away from plagiarism…but this Soul Man’s exquisitely tortured vocal dispels all comparisons. As this is a truly individual performance displaying neighborhood Soul at it’s most moving..

Top of the Tree Deep Soul and insanely rare!

Condition throughout, could hardly be finer! 

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Blues & Soul Calendar

1968 12 Month Artist Picture


So very rare this is the very first we have offered this 12 month Soul Icon Pictured 1968 mail order only calendar.

By the very nature of this piece of memorabilia, calendars are invariably discarded or the perforated sheets ripped off as the month ends. This is complete, complete examples got thrown the moment the New Year kicks in. For one person at least this pictorial tribute to the greatest Soul stars of the year, was just far too precious to dispense with. Boy am I pleased to thumb through vintage pictures of:

January - Lou Rawls. February - Isley Bros. March - Betty Harris. April - James Carr. May - Aretha Franklin. June - B. B. King. July - Maxine Brown. August - Little Milton. September - Jimmy Holiday. October - Billy Stewart. November - Gene Chandler. December - Little Richard.

See January, February, March, April example

What an array of splendid black & white pictures to treasure!

This calendar is a card/thick paper construction attached in place to a spiral top ring, with the hook for wall hanging. And what a wall hanger too.

All pages are free of tears, stains or writing. They are in excellent condition with only the front January having mild creases to the very edge.

First time we have ever listed it - and we are not anticipating ever seeing another. 

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Tommy Neal

Going To A Happening

TOMMY NEAL revealed.

The puzzling evolution of a USA flop that went on to become a British 60’s Soul Club & MOD anthem…stayed available for almost 4 years in Decca’s catalog, as it’s dance-floor reputation reached fever pitch..

“Get Your Car Or Your Motorbike…..”

The mystery of why this instantly infectious 60’s Soul dance masterpiece was not a hit in the USA may never be 100% clear but we thought to document it’s timeline of different label releases in Richard Popcorn Wylie’s quest for the hit, may be interesting to our auction readers..

First release was pink labeled Pameline 200 with the Nashville Matrix and PAM 200 etched in deadwax - received poor sales

2nd. release was Palmer 2024 with P 5024 etched in the deadwax P 5024 Bell Sound & ARP stamped achieved even worse sales, underlined that many seasoned collectors thought it was never issued, as Promo copies were the only ones that ever seemed to surface.

3rd. Issue was the Yellow label Pameline using the Palmer master-stampers with the exact same P 5024 etched in the deadwax P 5024 Bell Sound & ARP stamped in the deadwax. Seems to have been triggered by Pittsburgh club plays from the trendsetting DJs like Mad Mike etc. This yellow label pressed fed that brief local demand…that never transferred back to the Motor City

4th. issue, when all failed in Michigan, but a spark of hope in Pittsburg, was a shot at California; In November 1967 Vault Records, 6430 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90028 with a Delta # 69126 in the deadwax. This too failed to make few sales register even after being highlighted in Billboard.

One good thing came out of the Californian call, was Vault Records who also had faith in this infectious song leased the recording to UK Decca and the rest is history, A Twisted Wheel anthem that is still as popular with the dancefloor and the collectors as it was back in 1968..

Before you today is an elusive and pristine White PROMO of that 4th. and final endeavor to make this a nationwide hit.. it sadly never happened..

The final piece in the jigsaw is Tommy Neal’s real identity as the Tommy Mealy acetate on Bell Sound singer, is widely believed to be Thomas Mealy from Detroit group The Majestics who recorded on Chex.

Additional information by Jason Thornton, Dennis O’Brien, initial research from Richard Johnstone, many thanks to all who helped unravel the life story of one of Britain’s best loved Club Classics…

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Detroit Spinners

Detroit Spinners

Two STEREO first test plate press, in heavy duty vinyl, white labels with handwritten black labels and blank vinyl on the flipside.

Perhaps unique, we have certainly never come across this variation of the 1967 UK press before. The laminated cover is the same as the elusive regular shop release.

We could easily have soundfile all the tracks on this debut album for Motown, but in the end we went for only five, with the other 7 still giving up Motown vocal-group Soul at it’s most riveting.

  1. I’ll always love you
  2. truly yours
  3. sweet thing
  4. I cross my heart
  5. I just can’t help but feel the pain

With an album TEST PRESS sound is infinitely superior to the masterplate that whacks out 100’s or 1000’s of platters.

This very rare offering is in unblemished condition throughout

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Baby What Has Happened To Our Love / Let's Start Over

One of the most exquisite male vocal group Northern Soul sounds to ever grace all-niter turntables.. even after all these years, every time I hear this ring out.. shivers run down my neck!

Certainly heading up my DJ sets of the mid-70’s, a game changer transforming the dancefloor into a “sardine can” at the drop of a needle..

..but for today I think the flipside would knock a Sunday chill session crowd “dead” utterly sublime harmony awaits, with a sexy sax taking to the air as the seamless voices take pause for breath..

Two drop-dead gorgeous tune from this highly accomplished gathering..

This copy has a couple of mild hairlines.. strong clean Ex + that plays mint!

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Stirrin' Up Some Soul

A Northern Soul instrumental classic in by far it’s most desirable clothes.

1967 Yellow DEMO! in fine clean condition!

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Duke And Leonard

Just Do The Best You Can / You've Lost Your Soul

Is May the month for spectacular labels?

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Five Stars

Baby, Baby / Blabbermouth

This week’s Rare Motown collectable, is a flawless 1961 Columbia Promo copy of a record documenting the beginnings of Berry Gordy writing producing career which incorporates two Five Star members, that would later form the basis of The Originals, with Walter Gaines & C. P. Spencer.

Top side is an imaginative harmony stroller highlighting tight vocal rebounds, seamlessly fitting each other crafting harmony of the highest calibre.

First issued on New York’s End label which Gordy became disaffected with royalty payment cheques, being so uneconomical he had one George Goldner “End” cheque was allegedly framed and hung on his wall, as motivation to sharpen his competitive edge each morning as he looked at it.

This Columbia PROMO is in such fabulously clean condition we thought, with the history, anecdotes, and quality harmony this was a listing to interesting several areas of rare 45 collecting..

Flip it over a Berry & Gwen Gordy steer the group down a “Coasters” inspired production, with a quirky nod to David Seville and His Chipmunks at the intro, underlining Gordy’s ear for current trend and his skill to be able to hook into it..

Five Stars became the “Voicemasters” on Anna, before laying a couple of brick into foundations of my favorite Motown group “The Originals”

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