George Wilson

Come Back To Me / Everything Will Be Fine

Stang : ST 5007

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  • Artist: George Wilson
  • A Side: Come Back To Me
  • B Side: Everything Will Be Fine
  • Label: Stang
  • Format: 45s



  • Vinyl Condition: M-
  • Label Condition: M-
  • Sleeve Condition: M-

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In our experience this is quite easily "Stang's" rarest 45 of them all ... and both sides are drop-dead-gorgeous vocal-group assisted soulful cruisers saturated in class!

Two Larry Roberts compositions to trigger the emotions of those judicious soul collectors that demand only gut-twisting soul-strollers ever enter their selective collections.

Standing in front of the eminent Willie and The Mighty Magnificents, George's icy cold falsetto crystalizes, as the considerate swirling keyboard glides with George's soulfulness holding on to the delicious arrangement, soaring up and over these gorgeous New Jersey proceedings.

George was the commanding voice that led the Chell-Mars on their 1963 45 "Roamin' Heart " on Hi Mar later receiving wider-distribution through Jamie. A record that has bubbled under the Northern Soul "under-played" circuit for decades. But it would be 6 years later before Sylvia Robinson and Larry Roberts gave George his long awaited opportunity for a solo release. Unfortunately "lost" within debilitated promotion as "Larry Roberts & All Platinum" concentrated on developing their star acts "The Moments" "Whatnauts" that would become "Stang's" biggest money-spinners of the 70's. With their slick brand uplifting east coast "Sweet Soul" excellence.

George was sadly passed over, leaving this double masterpiece of falsetto brilliance to be discovered by the ever investigative worldwide Soul scholars. Today, this disc seldom comes to market, especially now the global "Lowrider" is riding the crest of a wave, competition for truly rare, standout tunes is "hot".

So now listen to deadly discerning sweet-soul at its rarest and most impressive

prepare to be moved !

Following this All Platinum beauty, George cut the equally unsuccessful winner in 1971 with his last 45 on Black Circle "Here Stands The Man Who Needs You" check that out also - this hidden crooner had such a wonderful voice.

Condition Report

Two clean labels, full gloss mint minus vinyl - a fine clean copy

A Side

  • Title: Come Back To Me

    B Side

  • Title: Everything Will Be Fine
  • Year: July 1969
  • City: All Platinum Record Co., Inc. 106 West Palisade Avenue, Englewood, New Jersey 07631