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Jonathan Capree

Gonna Build Me A Mountain

A floorpacking Monster !! & so very hard to acquire an authentic original.

Click the soundfile for visions of Soul-conductor Sean Chapman triggering dancefloor-hysteria, at the world’s most popular Northern Soul event, the Kings Hall Stoke On Trent where it is no exaggeration to say, when the needle hits Jonathan Capree, a Wildebeest-like-stampede for floor space is detonated.

One of the biggest Northern Soul tunes on the planet and so few people actually own a “real one”.

Here’s a rare chance for ownership…

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The winning bid was £ 3,771.00

Saxie Russell

El Monkey /

The “Psychedelic Soul” blower, with that “Dirty-Sax” giving up his most wanted least seen 45, as the Latin-Tsunami washes over the Northern-Soul clubs of Britain, this record is more wanted now, than ever.

Chicago Latin Boo-Ga-Loo rarity with a huge underground cult following… that grows by the day…This is a buy ASAP, as there is certainly no chance of it becoming over-played as so few DJ’s at this time, actually own a copy.

“El Monkey” is currently swinging on a high, with no sign of him coming down, as “El Monkey” climbs higher and higher up the “Northern Soul Tree” of must owns, before the price goes way, way beyond “Peanuts” do not ponder..

Listen and you’ll hear “Perfect For Today” Latin/Northern Soul…

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The winning bid was £ 423.00

Paul Sindab

You Dropped Your Candy In The Sand / Do What You Wanna Do

The legendary miss-press that reads “Give Me Your Love” on the label but spits-out the spectacular “You Dropped Your Candy In The Sand”, making this rare mistake, a 45 offering with not one but two thunderous Northern Soul Behemoths on one disc.

Noting that the mid-70s bootleg pressed on the back of popular demand from the Wigan Casino, Blackpool Mecca, Cleethorpes Pier spins. DOES NOT carry “Candy” on the flipside but the correct original combination of “Give Me Your Heart”.

The only other way to add this rumbling Northern Soul tsunami to your DJ set, other than this miss-press, is on an extremely rare 1966 French EP. But even the gorgeousness of that dazzling 4 track EP and picture sleeve, does not trump this recording for the DJ’s; as the EP delivers only mild volume.

And Boy does this thwacking juggernaut sound magnificent at full tilt!

THIS IS NORTHERN SOUL and a very elusive example too

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The winning bid was £ 636.00

Lee Harris

I'm Gonna Get Your Thing / Don't Let Your Love Fade Away

Oh yes, once seen around some years back…but now securely incarcerated into the world’s greatest DJ and Soul collections.. with no sign of parole..

I was just thinking, how well this winner would neatly feature into my occasional DJ sets, then ironically the very next day, it was confirmed by an inspired “drop” from the jeweled Record-box of Soul Essence pioneer Bob Cosby.

My fears were confirmed, as it rang across the “Rare-Room” of the “Sketchly Grange” charity all-dayer, leaving me wishing I’d kept it for myself..another Manship blooper, which will leave me now searching for another “clean” copy.

Check out why Bob was pointing his finger at the turntable as he cued up this Kansas City winner. Offering two impressive rare-soul grooves on one disc as K.C’s excitingly unpredictable Soul Man, injects his being into Ellis Taylor’s session.

We think Bob Cosby will be leading a “revival” of this elusive 45, and i’ll be with him, if i can get my hands on another! Loud in that small room, I sat, not for the first time moping in lost-vinyl-regret..

Unusually, this Killer K.C. double sider, is in just squeaky-clean “Sketchly” condition!

A recording that Ellis Taylor and team, surely believed in; as they also recorded the K.C. Soul Empress Marva Whitney two releases later, incoporating the same snarling backing track…

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The winning bid was £ 324.00

Willie Wade

When Push Come To Shove / Come Into My World

Crazy about cross-over?

Crazy about Beat Ballad Heaven?

This rare 45 gives up both, on opposite sides. A double-helping of truly glorious Soul music filtered into two Heavenly productions.. check out that irresistible soundfile and prepare for total “Class” to enter your day.

Top side offers a recording way ahead of it’s time, sounding much later than it’s 1966 birth; as it displays the “Crossover” genre so perfectly. Willie Wade’s vocal briefly touching on Little Anthony-ness with it’s sharp falsetto peaks as Mr. Wade enthusiasm gets the better of him, wonderful, wonderful tune befitting from both a stunning vocal and a precise full production!

Flip it over and the partnership production of Warner Widler & Wilbur Wade using the same tools again, this time moving toward a punchier approach and crafting superior Beat Ballad Heaven. Dreamy, dreamy session rippling with class!

Two kiler sides, on an insanely rare Green Stocker, in flawless immaculate condition..

Can you afford to live in vinyl-regret, if this stupendous disc, somehow+ slips past you…

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The winning bid was £ 369.00

Wade Jones

I Can't Concentrate / Insane

Is there a more-important Motown 45 to own.? it is after-all the very beginnings of Berry Gordy’s empire, a record “SO RARE” in the early 80’s it had me tearing my hair out..

Back then it was the only other copy I’d ever had in my hands. I had driven to Norfolk to buy what was a very complete assemblage of rare USA Motown. This 45 was the stand out disc in the bunch, it was also the very first time I had ever set eyes on it.. but I did know of it , so fabled was it’s rarity reputation.

On getting the batch home those vinyl-jungle drums in the pre-internet times had alerted my most avid Motown customers. Within days I’d sold it to the country’s top-Motown-man.. for a handsome sum, so handsome “registered” delivery was it’s only way of transport…

It was the time I was a “Video Shop” proprietor, (the second biggest mistake of my life). I had an enthusiastic “YTS” (remember those?) I asked him to pop to the Post-Office with the packet and send it “registered” to be on the ultra-safe side I wrote “Registered” in the top left-hand corner, for next day delivery..

Off he pops clutching my packet, when he came back he gave me some change I wasn’t expecting, so I asked where’s the receipt?

“What receipt?” eerrr “The Registered Delivery receipt” … his cute but blank face replied ” What is registered delivery?”

My heart sank.. my hands spasm into the exact shape off clutching two huge Titty’s.. but it was his neck I was aiming for.. “I wrote REGISTERED in the top left hand corner.. ffs”, well he missed the bold red writing top left… but somebody on Wade’s journey to London didn’t….

You’ve guessed it.. it never arrived at it’s destination and still today I wonder where one of Motown’s “impossibles” actually ended up…in 1982

Well now 34 years later, here’s my chance to ensure this copy lands safely in the arms of a Motown-scholar, who knows just how rare and how historical this example of the embryonic “Berry Gordy & Smokey Robinson” partnership that was to lay the foundations for the most-famous and most successful independent record company the world has ever known..

If your wondering…. I did eventually forget, after years and years of self-therapy, the YTS’s name..

as my Steve Martin “Cleaning Woman” style convulsions would kick in every time I heard the name….

Derek!

Do not pass by, I don’t ever expect to see another copy of Motown’s earliest works..

Rarest Of The Rare Motown..full stop! Unless, you don’t mind collecting unplayable, scratchy 45s with damaged labels which accounts for 90% of known copies that have ever come to market…. But then again we have never served a Motown collector who would allow trashed records into his collection, no matter how imperitive ownship is… So Very particular is the Motown vinyl stalker…

This copy is just beautiful.. 

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The winning bid was £ 275.00

Percy Milem

I Don't Know What You've Got (but It's Got Me) / She's About A Mover

Another fitting tribute to my trip of a lifetime to Memphis to witness the city’s greatest Soul artists, pile the Soul up so very high.. everyone present believes it will never be bettered..

So how about owning one of the city’s greatest Deep Soul recordings, on one of it’s most revered labels. in MINT MINT MINT condition..

Souvenir time.. and not one your going to just stick in a drawer..

A rare & pristine Memphis trophy!

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The winning bid was £ 114.00

Demon Brothers

Uh Um

Saturated in that Sheffield Alabama attitude, and sparkling in it’s label-art. Makes this rarity is a just-gotta-own disc!

OK, now click to unleash a rattling Sam & Dave inspired Northern Soul stomper, driven by those Southern Soul horns and a Spooner Oldham style keyboard thwacking . The rhythm guitar is relentlessly strummed and the pairing snarls and growls their way through a torrent of sound.

POTENT STUFF!

Memphis inspired or did that confined area of Muscle Shoals & Sheffield Alabama actually influence the “Bluff City” into the full on honkin’-Horn production. I think it may have been a bit of both. Creating a melting pot from which spawned some of the greatest music the Soul community has ever witnessed.

Another musically “Lost Art” that may never emerge again, as these committed musicians, gradually move on “upstairs”.

Do not snooze the 45 is not only beautiful in the extreme, it is also Mint and flashes what is for me, one of the most eye-catching labels of them all. Potential for a future bog-ticket is staring right backat’cha

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The winning bid was £ 115.00

Philip Mitchell

Free For All (winner Takes All) / Flower Child

A perfect copy of a Muscle Shoals Alabama session that rose up to become a hugely influential “Golden Torch” Northern Soul anthem.

One for those seeking the Real-Deal NS classic in the finest possible condition.. this Promo copy was most likely unplayed before we lifted the impressive double soundfile from it

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The winning bid was £ 144.00

Choice Of Colour

Your Love / You're Twenty-one Today

We’re always more than delighted when we list the rarest, least seen, most unusual format of in-demand Northern Soul tunes; besides the fact we all love the “Rarest Of The Rare” releases, with many collectors dedicating a lifetimes work to accumulate them. This is some cool-tunes no matter what the label.

Today, this is the very first time I’ve been in the company of this 1972 New Orleans beauty, wearing these clothes. I must admit the sight has captured my fascination, perhaps more so, because this is absolutely my type of sound. Silky vocal-harmonies woven into a seamless dance arrangement.

But you can’t help wondering why the Philippines and not Great Britain for it’s release, during the fruitful “Crossover” period of top-drawer Soul emerging from USA. Australia got the Garland Green - UNI album, The Philippines got this delicious groove to consider. Whilst England was flooded by The Osmonds.

Very, very little of this style enjoyed a British release, too sophisticated, too Soulful whatever it was, real-deal Soul sounds of the era were sadly passed over by The Brit Record Executives.

So let’s welcome this attractive Far Eastern import into the life’s, especially for those who seek something different, but in all our excitement do not overlook a flipside, that is every note as good as the dance-inciting lead..

Two Killer tunes on one insanely rare variation!

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Flowers

We Can Make It Happen

The genius of Richard Flower with his other D.I.Y. project that’s only a whisker away from matching the exquisite achievement of “For Real”.

As this currently strand at significantly less value than “For Real” we feel it has over years unjustly sat in thre shadows of it it’s more often heard brother.

Click the sound files, all the same magical-emotion Richard Flowers saturated that tune with, is present hear within “We Can Make It Happen” and with “For Real” now consider a class-act “oldie” we are suspecting this 45 will enjoy it’s long overdue time in the Sun.

Then what price?

Get on this awesome slab of Los Angeles 70s street-level Soul, before you know actually happens. The abyss of real-quality is there for all to hear.

THis copy is in perfect, flawless condition, throughout.

Current bid: £ 61.00

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Little Johnny Taylor

Little Johnny Taylor

You are viewing one of Britain’s RAREST Soul albums!

Arguably the least seen of all single-artist Soul LP’s ever issued in the UK. This 1963 press is immaculate, in totally impossible condition, offering two Mint - vinyls, two perfect labels, housed inside original poly-lined birth-inner sleeve.

Fully laminated front and back cover with “tapered spine”, has two minor flaws, see back cover for almost invisible “score” number next to each title 5 - 4 - 3 etc. They are very faint, and will be hard to detect on the cover scan, as in real life they are not obvious at a glance!

The other mild flaw, is actually quite interesting and gives us a time-capsule window into the practices of the late 50’s and early 60s British record shop. The side opening has tiny (minuscule) pin pricks where the opening was seal with a staple by the record shop, stopping customers taking the album from the sleeve to have a look, you had to take the whole thing to the counter for the counter assistant to release the album, for turntable & play-booth appraisal. Ensuring no clumsy handling ever marred its virgin state.

So now to the music, a cocktail of straight 60’s Blues punctuated with stabbing harmonica, some tormented ballads and a bag full of wildly enthusiastic R&B dancers. Just what you’d expect from the two talented Californian studio technicians mentoring Cliff Goldsmith & the outrageous ingenious Ray Shanklin guide the young Blues singer through a 12 track demonstration of R&B from the heart.

Check out the impressive sound-file as a sample of the joys this album offers, whilst I get my kicks from gazing at the labels, sniffing the vinyl, tugging at the snug-fitting poly-lined inner and fingering those tiny pin-pricks wondering who it was who so carefully snipped it shut, way back in 1963!

Your chance to a Brit-LP Grail with an almost mythical reputation.

Current bid: £ 51.00

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Tony Clarke

Landslide

As a WHITE PROMO copy “Landslide” is a guru’s Northern Anthem considered as good as NS stalking can get…

Real vinyl-eye-candy of the highest calibre; an inescapable tempter, that everyone wants to own at sometime, but so few actually have. Knowing it will be a to-have-and-to-hold moment with the power to spark vinyl-euphoria through all Old-school Northern Soul sages bones.

Only the fabled Eddie Parker’s - I Love You Baby - as an Ashford WHITE PROMO gets anywhere near to eclipsing this “Goliath” of the scene!

A copy in totally FLAWLESS condition, in every minuscule way.. the undiluted gratification to be in the presence of legendary PROMO.. I can tell you, to feel, what I’m feeling right this moment, has to be yours also..

Top, Top Northern Soul original..in the finest imaginable condition.

Current bid: £ 513.00

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Buddy Ace

Screaming Please

A real thing of beauty, so easy on the eye still hugging that piece of pure-sleeve-art. A tempting vintage vinyl offering, currently delighting the dancers up and down the country.

Buddy Ace’s 1962 Houston, Texas session fools you into thinking this could be a sad Blues lament as he raps the intro so convincingly. But producer / writer Don Robey was the master of surprise and disguise, with the ability to tease you slowly into a great recording.

A great recording this surely is, Buddy’s gnarled vocal chords are complimented by some accomplish horn blowing. As the song is suspended between Soul & the Blues, haunting, moody and dark. A production that may send out chills, whilst simultaneously provoking the urge to dance..

It is a Popcorn/R&B?Northern Soul masterpiece you can’t help but adore.. especially all dressed up in those “plum” clothes.

Current bid: £ 141.00

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Cleveland Robinson

Love Is A Trap / A Loaf Of Bread

Listen and melt

…in the presence of one of the most alluring vocals ever committed to vinyl. The velvet-throated Cleveland Robinson with his most-wanted least seen Norther Soul trophy.

Listen to that voice as in calms like a wavering Cobra ready to strike as Cleveland delivers a soulful body-wash, invigorating the mind, ready for the dance.

It is a rare combination, the recording that soothes, pleasures,relaxes the mind, whilst simultaneously transferring the desire to move onto the dancefloor. Over the decades this serious rarity has consistently congested the dancefloors of Britain and Belgium, as unwittingly Mr, Robinson crafts the perfect Northern Soul / Popcorn experience; with his purring growl, decorated with shrill girl-chorus and honking horns… simply awesome.

Our first copy for a long, long time and even though visually the play surface has mild hairlines with a grading of vg + the soundfile is utterly flawless with a fidelity grade of mint.. so taking the two aspects together with conservatively plumbed for Ex.

This treasure seldom if ever comes to market, not only due to it’s glaring rarity but also due to we’ve never met anyone, willing to part with this inevitable dancefloor bomb!

But to not overlook the flipside, almost as infectious as the “A”

Current bid: £ 222.00

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Jerry Butler And The Impressions

For Your Precious Love / Sweet Was The Wine

Little did they know, but when Richard Brooks, Arthur Brooks & Sam Gooden strode north from Chattanooga to Chicago, seeking a higher fence for “The Roosters” to crow from it would be the first step of becoming part of the world’s most admired Soul vocal-group.

By adding Jerry Butler & Curtis Mayfield to the trio The Impressions were born, Jerry’s fluent vocal style must have immensely impressed the migrants, as Jerry’s name headed the new gathering.

A decision that opened the door for one of the greatest group of Soul singers ever committed to vinyl; not only vocally-immaculate but also as writers they excelled. “For Your Precious Love” is considered, quite rightly a masterpiece of it’s genre.

Personally, I cannot listen to this sincere testament of love, without shivers running my neck and tears filling my eyes.

Fate, luck or destiny these 5 guys came together and changed so many peoples taste in music, just how many “Soul Boys & Soul Girls” were born after hearing those celestial voice soar, is incalculable. But count me is as one of them..

Before you today is the 1958 tri-center British release, that sold nothing at the time but is now weighed as one of this island’s vinyl treasures..

Too right !

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Booker T. And The M.g,s

Green Onions / Behave Yourself

Northern Soul history, has this recording held responsible for the start of a movement that has now lasted 54 years.

As the all-night Jazz club scene of the 50’s entered the 60’s. The Jazz music the clubs played became more “Modern Jazz” and the teen-set who followed this music, were christened MODS by the originators of the more “band” All-night Jazz.

By 1962 with several strong R&B recordings starting to infiltrate the Jazz turntables “Green Onions” was the perfect stepping stone from Jazz to R&B which the youngsters welcomed with open arms, as the trickle of Soul /R&B from America turned into a torrent and the Soul-all nighter was born.

When two years later Roger Eagles “R NB Scene” magazine, was the first magazine to write about there being a Northern Divide in music, with Roger Eagle actually calling the Northern Club scene “Northern Soul” as early as September 1964 The Twisted Wheel was lifting off in 1964, “Green Onions” still being held dear as the infectious dance-floor-pleaser it is but now joined by a plethora of other USA tunes, even sparking a flood of UK Bands playing R&B and many featuring their a homegrown Hammond-player.

Of course few could compare with Booker T. Jones on the keyboard, but his playing inspired many to try. By 1966 the all-niter were firmly adhered to the “Soul Sound” with Ramsey Lewis & Cal Tjader jazz styles reminding the crowd of their roots..

“Green Onions” was a catalyst for what is now the largest underground club & collectors scene in the world…

Before you today is he very embryo that started it all, the extremely RARE Yellow DEMO is pristine condition..

This is the birth of Northern Soul in i’s most beautiful least seen form ….

Current bid: £ 111.00

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Johnny Howard

The Chase Is On / I Miss My Lady

What a stunning launch for Dakar’s “BASHIE” label, as Tom Tom Washington & Willie Henderson inject so “get-up-and-go” into The Artistics rather pedestrian 1967 original take.

Marvin Smith, Billy Butler & Carl Smith lyric were begging for an inspired uplift. So bring in the tricky plectrum, the click-clacking Bongos, a tsunami of strings & horns and those crucial cooing girls, and a lead vocal sounding every pitch as impressive as Billy Butler himself..

The pace is fixed in cruise control and the studio throws in every morsel of Soul it can muster into one of Northern Soul most inspired remakes.. which Ginger Taylor took from it’s comfortable snooze into a huge Northern Soul awakening as the 45 went absolutely massive a couple of years back..

Today it still has the same electrifying effect every time it’s dropped… with no better way to drop the stylus, but on flawless VINYL that is a whisker from a MANSHIP MINT!

Top drawer Northern Soul that just shimmers with everything we adore about the sound.. in the finest possible condition.

Current bid: £ 56.00

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Willie Kendricks

Change Your Ways / What's That On Your Finger

A MANSHIP MINT !! - unplayed until those two unparalleled Pied Piper delights were gleaned from it’s pristine grooves.

As with The Vibrations- ‘Cause your Mine -. Willie Kendricks - Change Your Ways - was first presented to the British All-Niter congregation from a rare 1969 UK LP “Just A Little Bit Of Soul”; now there was an understatement, as the same LP gave the UK NS Jock the chance to spin - The Exciters - Blowing Up My Mind - also both of which rose to become Northern Soul leviathans in the early 70s.

Both tunes took the UK Northern Soul scene by a storm, with 45’s being discovered slightly later. But it was these album discoveries that fuelled the desire to find out what other USA Soul delights were out there.

But that was only part of the story, as the years rolled by, the Pied Piper become the NS benchmark that new rarities go measured by. After Wigan Casino came Stafford Top Of The World, where the innovative DJ line up started to drop the pace of what was acceptable to the Northern Soul dancers.

Take a bow whoever was the first DJ to flip-over this slice of Pied Piper genius revealing a Detroit Masterpiece that still remains in my personal TOP 10 Soul recordings of all time, today.

The absolute summit of all the Northern Soul strollers that now frequent the turntables to appreciative audiences. Not many records make me feel the way “What’s That On Your Finger” feels every time it greets my ears.. Detroit collides with New York with a truly spectacular result.

To own this 45 in MINT condition should be every serious NS collectors aim. It was being saved for our MANSHIP MINTS at Christmas campaign but the flipside label has two minuscule age-freckles.. squint at scan.

Surely, Northern Soul collecting cannot be more satisfying, seeing this gorgeousness drop threw the letterbox.! 

Current bid: £ 223.00

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Marie Knight

That's No Way To Treat A Girl / Say It Again

Back in the mid-70’s when this 1966 New York mountainous girl beater, was right at the pinnacle of Northern soul popularity, destined to be a “NS Hall Of Famer” the names of Bob Elgin, Victor Milrose, Tony Bruno, Garry Sherman & Stan Kahan would have meant absolutely nothing to throngs of dancers congesting the dancefloors of Wigan Casino, Cleethorpes Pier etc.

Today the above names are synonymous with the Brill Building inspired big productions, that Northern Soul has thrived on for decades, as their monikers litter all the respected New York 60’s labels, notably some of the highest prized Northern Soul classics..

Toda, open a window of opportunity for you to own this timeless piece of big-production Northern Soul, in it’s most gorgeous form, the Black Stock copy, that the hoards of “NS Bootleggers” have shied away from replicating.

Top drawer NS classic collecting in just the finest, flawless condition. A real beauty - that is still triggering the dance-floor-dash 40 years down the line..

Current bid: £ 12.00

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Barbara Cooper

What's One More Tear

A huge tune on the provincial Northern Soul nights across Britain, filling the floors with it’s simplistic piano led intro, which Barbara Cooper sidles into, with her Pet Clarkesque vocal, which quickly elevates itself to match the relentlessly mushrooming production.

From simple beginnings in strolls into a Brill Building inspired proportions, as a full orchestra swirls the string section, plucks the violin, gently pouting blows caress those subtle horns for carpet of sound for Barbara’s vocal, distilled silkiness to glide on.

I’ve always loved this record, it did received a few spins from me whilst I was a young-gun at “The Pier”, so pleasing today to see it’s made it big, at decades on the sidelines.

Girl vocal fans will also be lifted by the consummate vocal-power displayed on the flipside..this Girl is one hell of an impressive singer..

Current bid: £ 92.00

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Sam Nesbit

Chase Those Clouds Away / Black Mother Goose

Crazy about Crossover - well here is one to go crazy” about!

So very delicious mid-tempo dance-groove, with the bonus of punch Northern Soul on the flip.

Current bid: £ 134.00

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Olympics

Something Old - Something New

Most of my adult life was spent hunting for British Soul vinyl, I spent hours “Junkin’” “Diggin” “Scouring” vinyl hangouts every week. I never ever found a copy of this fabled 1967 British release album.

So how surprised was I to fall upon a FLAWLESS copy in Oklahoma! How did that get there?

A truly flawless vinyl only the finest, mildest sleeve hairlines revealed under strong light, two perfect labels, housed in the original birth-inner-sleeve. Laminated cover front as you can see, is pristine. Back cover reveals the only pimple on this stunning creature’s face. Initial B W on the back, we can only presume B W took this album hom,e with him, 1/2 way round the world.

So now check out that mightily impressive track listing of 12 Mirwood/Crestview recordings, which includes all their classic Northern Soul stompers.

When you consider, there was a fully equipped army of Soul-Searchers throughout the 70s & 80s, tipping upside-down, their local hideaways most every day, underlines the severe rarity of this album…

But to find or own this endangered LP at this level of condition.. is frankly utterly astonishing, to this old-Soul-Boy who long abandoned all hope of finding a copy..

This is one for the “impossible” album stalker, who regards “condition” as the most imperative reason for ownership.

Current bid: £ 22.00

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Marvelettes

Yes He Is / "silent Groove"

Serious about USA Motown and just as serious about condition..?

This “withdrawn” 45 in PROMO form is totally pristine, with this unusual flipside be a blank “silent groove”. A rare piece in the Motown vinyl-jigsaw.

I seems the Motown committee had a change of mind with Smokey Robinson’s 1963 session,. The all too brief title of “Yes He Is” was considered as not “Good Radio” as the those words tended to get “lost” within the DJ introduction.

Motown quickly re-promoted with a fuller more memorable title of “He’s A Good Guy (Yes He Is) ” . It is a 45 missing from even the most-exhaustive of Motown runs, not actually surfacing enough to become an addition for the Motown stalkers.

Remembering this copy is “like new”.. with the two Promo labels utterly perfect also, this is not an opportunity to pause over..

Crucial Motown vinyl if you want to complete..

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Innersection

Let Me Love You / I'm In Debt To You

One of those records, that gives you the option as a DJ, to drop which ever side you wish. As it matters not , both sides, offer instantly uplifting dancefloor gratification.

At this moment I’m enjoying the slick arrangement of “I’m In Debt To You” that is even inducing, a discreet wriggling around in my desk chair so exhilarating is that vibe. The strings zip away, laying a lush platform for the lead singer to express his appreciation of his good woman, with the harmony backing group validating his every word. This side you hear less and I’m thinking “Hey, I Really Like This Side The Best” and it thankfully escaped the “Northern Soul bootlegging Merry-Go-Round”..

Then I flip it over and “Let Me Love You” has exactly the same effect.. . making my afternoon so much more cheerful, leaving me feeling rather blessed that I can work and listen to Memphis do the Philly-Sound every note as good as the East Coast masters did…

I suppose years engineering at Motown, then in the thick of everything at Stax Records, Tom Nixon really knew how to craft a studio feelgood moment… well this time, he did it twice..

Nice clean vinyl and two clean promo labels, but do note on the “Let Me Love Yuh” side the label, middle right hand, has a small “h2o” contact rub and the small text has faded. (inspect label scan) a minor flaw, totally overridden by the mood-changing excellence that lay in the grooves.

Love this 45…

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Marie Queenie Lyons

See And Don't See

In recent this Sister-powered FUNKER has become not so easy to acquire, growing in demand and shrinking in availability.

Our first copy in a while, so how good was it, to be blow sideways again, by “Queenie’s” PMT strut towards ending her relationship, you can feel her frustration on every word, hanging onto bellowing horns.

Few recordings offer this much angst, anger and frustration, so convincingly delivered, we are left in no doubt whatsoever that this lady has a grievance..

Ms. Lyons nails her emotion to a tree, posting a notice of “enough is enough” woven into an imperative dance rhythm..

AWESOME!!

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We The People

Break Down / On The Way To L. A.

We’ve not had this 45 for a age. In fact checking it’s file, fully 11 years since this disc graced our website.

A decade on, this percussion driven Funk groove, is even more quintessential for today’s rare-soul dance scene, currently being fuelled by this funk-infused style of total-dance.

From the very first notes of rattling drum rhythms, you know this is gonna unfold as a dance winner, in comes an heavy bass guitar rhythm; then hand in hand the lead vocal and muscular brass combine, and we’re off on a Funked-up journey, to danceville.

Jerky, undulating rhythms riding a brassline that swells into a torrent, with the vocal-group chorus just keeping it from taking over the whole session. Keeping it tight, together and fluid.

Flip it over for another impressive delivery of the horns inside a truly impressive display of guitar-manship. Again totally motivating dance, with a cute Jazzy interlude. Innovative and refreshing as without warning it jumps back into Funk dance mode.

Two stand-out sides, one very seldom seen disc, in flawless condition.

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Ronnie Mccain

This Time I'm Gone / Too Much Of A Good Thing

Crazy About Crossover?

…well it don’t get any more adorable than this New York beauty, with it’s constantly prompting dance rhythm adorned with Ronnie authentically Soulful voice..

Oh don’t you just love it, when the man (or woman) has had “enough”. The “enough is enough” attitude consistently brings the artist to push the boundaries, as he seems to relive his own experiences.

Lovers of more conventional Northern Soul the flipside (the one that was played back in the day) also sounds so good to me today. Two strong sides, one very vocally skilled artist!

Pristine labels,one very brief bleish on the a-side just nudges the gade off Mint minus.

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Frank Beverly And The Butlers

It That's What You Wanted / L O V E

It’s all Greek To Me!

Strangely, Philadelphia based Gamble Records, did a deal with Greece’s Top Tunes, which allowed this Northern Soul Grail and Dee Dee Sharpe’s “What Kind Of Lady” to make a trifling appearance on an occasional tavern jukebox.

Listed today is the insanely RARE and DIFFERENT mix 1967 Greek “Jukebox” limited press, subtle differences pepper this release, compare to it’s “Sassy Label” counterpart. The Greek label also spell the a-side title differently “IT That’s What You Wanted”

For those of you who have dedicated their Northern Soul classic collecting to the “Most unusual” most obscure releases, this variation of a Northern Soul Anthem takes some beating.

Different Take, different spelling, the attractive 4 prong die-cut small hole center, two totally unblemished labels and vinyl has certainly never seen a jukebox….Pristine, perfect MINT minus!

Ownership beckons you..

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Spinners

I'll Always Love You / Tomorrow May Never Come

Red & White Lust…..is running through my veins!

Britain’s very FIRST press of this Motown Anthem, that prompted Philips/Fontana to make the phone call…

“Eeer There’s Another “Spinners” band recording in the UK, you may have seen them on TV!”

“oops sorry ‘bout that..” EMI quickly repackaged, repromoted for TMG 523 to come be pressed in fully 4 different forms 2 x Promo, 2 x stock copies..

This is the very first of those 4 -

THE SPINNERS! iminanty to be rechristened to DETROIT SPINNERS

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Edward Earling

Various Titles

A World ONE-OFF - unique Motown from the vaults 1963 8 track 10” acetate.

Featuring the legendary EDWARD EARLING sessions

The legendary Febuary 12th. 1963 Edward Earling sessions with Micky Stevenson. On which the mysterious Edward Earling cut three killer recording on the same day, never to be heard of again. Motown & Northern Soul collection at it’s most challenging.

The three cuts were: 1. My Love For You -(Earl McDaniels-Mickey Stevenson) -Recorded: February 12, 1963. Producer: Mickey Stevenson
2. Baby Don’t Leave - (Earl McDaniels-Mickey Stevenson) -Recorded: February 12, 1963 -Producer: Mickey Stevenson 3. This Time I’m Gonna Leave You - Earl McDaniels-Mickey Stevenson) -Recorded: February 12, 1963. Producer: Mickey Stevenson

Wow, these are Soulful cuts that have written themselves into the folklore of collecting Motown. Unique & spectacular session from an undocumented artists guided by a Motown icon.

Listen to fabulous early 60’s Detroit Northern Soul, decidedly Deep Soul, and totally noncommercial Motown Soul. 

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Motown Memorabilia Bundle

Blues & Soul Motown Story, Oriole Tamla Motown Release Sheet & Uk Motown Revue Tour Program

Before yuou are three “imposssible”v to find British Motown artifacts of huge importance a

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Titans

Little Girl

We do occasionally feel an obscure Northern Soul candidate makes for an interesting read.

Before you today, is a rare Minnesota born Blue-Eyed Northern Soul. A Pre-TRASHMEN session a respected group who did some fine work on Garrett, Soma etc labels. This session was conceived in Duluth, a collaboration of Richard Colborn & Tony Andreason, that delivers raw vocal-group D.I.Y. Northern Soul.

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Sequins

Try My Love / He's Gonna Break Your Heart

When it comes to collecting the “Grails” of Northern Soul, this Detroit girl-group takes some topping, as the gifted “Impressions” veteran Richard Brooks crafts some perfect wording for the GIrls to state a tenacious case.. for the man to try her love..just one more time….

Those lyrics and delivery almost as provocative, as that stunning label screaming just like those shrill ladies “The Sound of “Distilled Northern Soul” from Detroit”.

Whilst hunting down records of this high calibre, sometimes the best you can hope is, it plays well and the label is readable. Imagine my off-the-scale delight of encountering a near MINT copy with two perfect labels.

After 3 weeks of trawling through the torture of “Off” condition records, it is a massive reprieve from vinyl-tedium to confronted with the combination of rarity and perfection, not you mention what explodes from the grooves..

THIS IS NORTHERN SOUL…. ecstasy!

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Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes

Get Out / You May Not Love Me

Darn, this would’ve been perfect for “Manship Mints” in the pre-Christmas auction but there is a mild light sticker residue blemish on the label and a red starburst just pushing it out of the queue..

Having said that the vinyls could not be fresher, utterly like new. Those many of you, stalking Northern Soul classics in the best possible condition, could hardly ever do better than capturing this example. Other than the promo guy and his “X” and the radio station with the filing # sticker. So very neatly removed you would today be looking at Northern Soul PROMO-perfection.

But if you musical tastes are a little different and vocal-group harmony is you bag, then the flip is perfection, indeed. The side I have always preferred to the “Get Out” dancer. As Harold and his Boys, dish-up excruciatingly, utterly divine Group-Harmony-Soul, pitch perfect, every voice interacting on a different level, putting down layer after layer of seamless Soul.

In my opinion “You May Not Love Me” is one of the most beautiful group ballads I’ve ever heard. Exquisite voices delivery perfection, listen and be prepared to submerge your mind into a vision of a hot summers evening in 1963 on a Philadelphia “Street-Corner” when neighborhood symphonies rung out from the hearts of guys like the Blue Notes.. superior Soul Music!

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Little Joe And The Latinaires

Incredible!

Very Rare, an album that just never comes to market ion clean condition.

A fabulously 1965 Dallas, Texas release, a slick Johnny Gonzales production, showcasing the “brothers” Johnny & Joe Hernadez on lead vocals. Whilst The Latinaires blow their horns in support.

Truly street-level Soul rippling with naivety and charm. With this band enjoying strong local popularity with their tight harmonies and ability to deliver a great Soul tune, the album hit the streets Fort Worth / Dallas Texas, but to lukewarm sales, leaving this album as a future Grail, for those who are serious about accumulating those albums that rarely surface.

Take a listen to be transported back to an era, when Soul Music was crafted in every neighborhood in every town across the USA, giving birth to these “local” projects that 59 years down the line, give us a window into the young lives, full of hope and success, whilst singing the music of the time.

Listening to “Little Joe’s” single voice rendition of “The Impressions - Your Precious Love -You can just feel the atmosphere of the “streets” the “Clubs” that would have resounded with this style of music..

RARE in the extreme!

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Lela Martin And The Compact Band

I Told You / I Got To Make It

Super Rare ear-piercing relentlessly-raucous-R&B screamer ,in totally dream condition, same as the day it was pressed back in 1964, when Joe Forris had high hopes of his production with the talented local “Gardena” Soul Sister Lela Martin; who with associates like William Powell & Leon Haywood was starting to get noticed.

This is the first of three Melatone 45s Lela released during 1964/65 always backed up by a fleet of brass played with an uncompromising attitude, complimenting this lady’s muscular, strutting vocal saturated in defiance,tenacity and clout!

With the Los Angeles local musicians all feeding of each others styles, ignited by Ike & Tina’s countrywide success; the likes of Zeke Strong, Fats Washington, Ray Shanklin, Nathaniel McCoy etc. all jostling’ for recording and club supremacy on the streets of Los Angeles the presence of the rasping attitude drenched performances in 1964 were at an all time high, thus a few releases fell by the way side committed to serious obscurity…

This listing is one of those attempts at riding the mood that the “Turners” had fuelled. But sadly took over 50 years to come to my ears.. click the soundfile to be confronted by some mean n’ dirty horns, a delinquent saxophonist blowing out the days frustrations whilst Lela Martin struts her stuff..

R&B at it’s rarest and best, from the streets of Southern L.A. 52 years sitting in unplayed filed state, unleashed today offering the rare R&B disciple a disc your turntable competitors are unlikely to be able to play..

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Christine Schumacher With The Supremes

Mother You, Smother You

A perfect copy still in birth sleeve! Of this unreleased special press for Christine Schumacher, the winner of a 1966 competition to “Record A Record With The Supremes” .

Typically sweet harmonies that the Supremes built their worldwide success on, with Holland - Dozier - Holland joined by R. Dean Taylor, who together lay down the feelgood lyrics gliding through a typically uplifting H-D-H production.

Noting this 45 was never released by Motown and obviously only a very limited number were ever pressed. This century of the five individual copies that have come to market, NONE have a better than vg+ grade, one copy being decidedly off-center, the other 4 in varying states of distress from a horrid VG to a playable vg+

To our knowledge THIS IS THE ONLY PERFECT COPY listed since the internet was born.

Looking virtually unplayed until this soundfile was lifted which not only reveals archetypical 1966 Motown, but also total Detroit Northern Soul, exactly what you would expect from this eminent studio gathering.

This listing is for the astute Motown / Northern Soul collector who is fully aware of it’s extreme rarity in this flawless condition, left in no doubt this may well be the only time ever, it will appear for sale as perfection personified!

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Kenny Lynch

Movin' Away

I’ve always been on love with this British creation from the multi-gifted Kenny Lynch.Who’s collaboration with the “Soul” orientated Johnny Harris crafted quite easily the stand-out example of Northern soul Crossover to ever been conceived on these shores.

Kenny’s richly coated vocal and Johnny’s lush arrangement delivers Crossover so superior it is hard-to-believe it was British born. with mesmerizing qualities that have graced the turntables of the most discerning Rare Soul events and adorned the DJ Boxes of the most-respected DJ’s.

Special tune, that I’ve never for a second grown tired of hearing, the level of the music is only comparable to his offerings blinding condition!

NO USA RELEASE and in perfect condition..irresistible!

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Willie Horton

Detroit Is Happening

It’s Holland - Dozier - Holland again, guiding Baseball Giant Willie Horton through a 1967 unissued 45, made especially to promote the City Of Detroit. Utilizing the Supremes current hit “The Happening” as the backdrop to Willie Horton’s rich vocal, enticing you to call 224-6440, to see what’s “Happening” in the Motor City this summer.

Unlike this month’s Christine Schumacher’s offering of perfection, this rare disc has surface marks (listen carefull to the soundfile provided), but just like Ms Schumacher, Willie Horton’s solitary outing onto vinyl is RARE! and a crucial piece of the Motown vinyl-jigsaw.

Top side id the Full recording, the flip features two radio advert edits to be inserted into the local Radio programming.

Willie Horton turned down numerous offers to record as his larger than life voice filled the airways that summer. A good decision by Willie to concentrate on his game, as in 1968 Willie Horton had his best ever personal season, whilst winning the World Series with his hometown team Detroit Tigers.

Essential Motown (and baseball) collecting at it’s most challenging..

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Hot Lungs

I Cried A Million Tears

Rare Virginia FUNKER perfect for the Northern Soul all-niter, as well as any Rare Funk soiree.

Sitting in the that same acutely-harsh category as World Column, Rudy Love etc. This much rarer example of that style, benefits from a utterly ferocious snarling lead vocal bludgeoning full-on honkin’ horns, as the cocktail pummels all in it’s way.

This “Rockmasters” S.P.Q.R. session could not be any more destructive or more convincing, it just requires a DJ with the same size of “bollocks” as it’s creator, Frank Guida; to let lose this off-the-scale 60’s Northern Soul Funker.

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Supremes

Meet The Supremes

an AUTHENTIC REAL DEAL withdrawn “Bar-stool Cover” NOT one of those counterfeit replicas that have littered the internet since the beginning of www. Noting DISCOGS (a whole world of vinyl collecting) sadly lists the track listing of the “Counterfeit Cover” only! Underlining just how darn rare the authentic original cover really is.

Points to look for, to know you have the genuine first album cover, besides the glaringly obvious fact, that it is imperative it comes with the MONO 1962 album label design with the North-States map, marking Chicago, Cleveland as well as Detroit. Red top & bottom Motown logo, red star over the “W” not the “O” of the later enduring trademark.

Now we’ve stated the obvious, let’s talk about the other not so blatant pointers to check for whilst seeking the real-deal cover.

  1. Front cover the “Gold Necklaces” are sharply defined and look “Gold” as the counterfeit cover these 3 necklaces are blurry and to not resemble “gold” at all. “Gold” is notoriously hard to relicate whilst copying pictures.

The back cover is where the counterfeiters, made an irretrievable error. When they somehow acquired the original artwork with the “proposed” track listing. The Counterfeit cover track listing has “The Boy That Got Away” as track 2 side two, which never appeared on the released album, replaced by “Let Me Go The Right Way” see correct track list on back of the authentic cover.

If your back cover lists “The Boy That Got Away” you will more than likely, have the cover matched up with the “Michigan Map “later STEREO Motown label design and those “fuzzy” gold necklaces hanging around the girls necks on the front cover.

Out in the “field” the likelihood of being able to compare the print definitions is pretty remote, but sitting here today with both the “Fake” and the “Genuine” on my desk, you don’t even require a second glance to spot the counterfeit.

Before you today is the 100% completely genuine but withdrawn “Bar Stool” cover, flashing those seldom seen “Full Map” design labels at you. Correct track listing, and shimmering gold jewelry. THE REAL DEAL!

Avoid at all costs the “Bar Stool” cover listing “The Boy That Got Away” as the second track, side two. This sleeve never went into production, well at least not until it was sneaked out of Hitsvilles back-door and off to your friendly printers. To be matched up with later releases of album.

We have of course encountered fake covers matched with original labels, but that is not an easy task to marry up, in fact ridiculously difficult task.

If you wanna own the genuine article and very few collectors do.

Here’s a rare chance to conquer one of Motown collecting’s most difficult challenges.

Even though the vinyl surfaces are marked, but play well. We all know that is not where the value of this piece lies. This Motown “endangered Species” the monetary-worth is in the label and even more value in the insanely-rare authentic 1963 WITHDRAWN cover.

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