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ShirellesAnthology 1959 to 1967 ... LP
Rhino, Late 50s/1960s. Very Good+ 2LP ... $9.99
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ShirellesShirelles Greatest Hits ... LP
Scepter, Mid 60s. Very Good+ ... $6.99
A nice collection of tracks from this classic girl group, and one that has some nice lesser-known cuts mixed in with the chart busters. 15 tracks in all, including "Will You Love Me Tomorrow", "Stop The Music", "Dedicated To The One I Love", "Everybody Loves A Lover", "What A Sweet Thing That Was", "Welcome Home Baby", "Baby It's You", "The Things I Want To Hear", "Soldier Boy" and "Mama Said". LP, Vinyl record album

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Shirelles & King CurtisShirelles & King Curtis Give A Twist Party ... LP
Scepter, 1962. Sealed ... $9.99
And give a party they do – a really rocking, raw soul party that goes way past any teeny-bopper sort of associations with the "twist" – into a realm that may well make the album The Shirelles greatest record ever! Both King Curtis and The Shirelles trade tracks back and forth – in a style that will definitely have you forget the twist in the title, because the overall feel is mostly R&B and raw soul – served up with a mighty nice groove! The Shirelles hit some great harmonies in an uptempo mode – way past simple chart pop, and nicely soulful throughout – and King Curtis plays tenor and sings a bit, and turns in some nice tracks that rank with his early 60s work for the Fire/Fury label! Titles include "Mister Twister", "New Orleans", "Welcome Home Baby", "Potato Chips", "Mama Here Comes The Bride", "Take The Last Train Home", and "Love Is A Swinging Thing". LP, Vinyl record album
(180 gram pressing.)

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✨✧ ShirellesLost & Found – Rare & Previously Unreleased Shirelles ... CD
Ace (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great re-evaluation of the music of The Shirelles – one that takes us way past their familiar hits, into a range of rare and obscure work from the 60s! The tunes here are a refreshing change from some of the too-compiled material in The Shirelles' career – and offer up a good number of previously unissued gems from the vaults of Scepter Records, plus a few other tunes that saw the light of day over the years – but only briefly, and in limited ways. A good deal of the tracks are really solid 60s soul – not girl-group pop, but tracks done with styles that echo work from the best of the New York uptown and Chi-soul generation – and the vocals go a bit deeper than we expected, in a way that really renews our appreciation of the group! CD features 29 titles in all – including "I Might Like It", "Remember Me", "I'm Yours", "Lonesome Native Girl", "Why Does Every Boy Remind Me Of You", "Hey Rocky", "Hands Off He's Mine", "Groovy Guy", "Go Tell Her", "Crossroads In Your Heart", and "Long Day Short Night". CD
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VariousAce Records 40th Anniversary Box Set (7 x 7 inch singles) ... 7-inch
Ace (UK), 1950s/1960s/1970s. New Copy 7 x 7 inch set ... $34.99
A beautiful package – done in celebration of 40 years of wonderful music from Ace Records – and a great reminder of why we love them so much! The set is book-style – similar to the Motown Singles CD sets, or a vintage 78rpm album – and it includes lots of text and notes on the music – plus individual pages that include all the music on 45s, too! The music runs the gamut of all the great styles that Ace has given us over the years – vintage soul, blues, funk, and even a bit of rock – and tracks include "Confessin The Blues (alt)" by BB King, "Tough Lover (alt)" by Etta James, "One Cup Of Coffee & A Cigarette" by Glen Glenn, "You're Under Arrest" by The Shirelles, "Not My Girl" by The Platters, "No Other Guy" by Lou Johnson, "Try A Little Tenderness (alt)" by Otis Redding, "You Gotta Have Soul" by James Carr, "Psychedelic Sally" by Eddie Jefferson, "Keep On Brother Keep On" by Johnny King & Fatback, "I Got Mine" by The Charlatans, "Get The Picture (alt)" by The Scot Richard Case, "Don't Cry For Me" by The Zombies, and "Keys To Your Heart" by The 101ers. Limited to 1000 copies, too! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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VariousChic-A-GoGo – The Soundtrack ... CD
Beluga, 2000. Used ... $1.99
City kids dancing with art school rejects and youthful seniors; a wise-cracking punk rock puppet rat; top musicians of today and yesterday lip synching alongside some of the most eccentric acts ever to pick up a microphone – it must be public access TV! Since 1996 Chic-A-Go-Go has been tickling Chicago cable viewers with it's unique sensibilities. Described as "Soul Train with a mosh pit" and "Mr. Rogers Goes To Studio 54," the show, hosted by the lovely Miss Mia and her smart mouthed puppet pal Ratso, has been gaining a national reputation as videos circulate throughout the underground. Now you can be a Chic-A-Go-Go Dancer in the privacy of your own home with "Chic-A-Go-Go - The Soundtrack!" The collection of R&B, Hip Hop, Garage, punk and pop songs performed on the show includes unreleased, live and rare tracks from Kelly Hogan, Quintron, The Goblins, Davie Allan and the Arrows, Jan Terri, Bobby Conn, Monotrona, M.O.T.O., Pansy Division, Otha Turner, Pedro "Funkadelic" Bell, Alan Gillett, Cynthia Plastercaster,, J. Davis Trio, KIM, Cats and Jammers, Stereotypes, Hoodoo Hoedown, Ppantyraid and Geltleman John Battles. Also includes Ratso the puppet rat hanging out with the monks, The Shirelles, Lemmy, Jello Biafra, The Donnas and more! CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ VariousDancing Til Dawn ... CD
Wand/Kent (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ... $11.99 18.99
The "dancing" in the title refers to the act as practiced by England's Northern Soul scene – who have a penchant for uptempo soul groovers, which makes this set a sock-hard set of rare 60s tunes! The package features 25 tracks that go for the harder and more upbeat side of the Wand/Scepter label's output – a company who's normally known for some of their mellower and uptown soul tracks – but who really come out of the gate here with some wonderful soaring singles. Titles include "This Man" by Wally Cox, "Last Minute Miracle" by The Shirelles, "Come Back Baby" by Nella Dodds, "Everything Is Everything" by Sandy Waddy, "Out On The Streets Again" by Candy & The Kisses, "Desiree" by The Charts, "Tightrope" by Bobby Martin, "You Busted Up My Mind" by Judy Clay, "Love Is A Good Foundation" by Leslie Uggams, "One In A Million" by Maxine Brown, and "Marching" by The Camp. CD

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VariousLiving The Nightlife ... CD
Wand/Kent (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ... $11.99 18.99
A really classic collection from the folks at Kent Records – just the sort of gem that first made us start to notice their genius back in the day! The package is the kind of soul set that never would have come out in America – as it's got that special blend of Northern and Mod soul numbers that the UK scene really helped bring to the forefront – currents of US soul from the 60s that may not have hit the charts over here, but which found long life, thanks to overseas DJs and collectors! The CD brings together two dozen gems from the Wand and Scepter labels – singles that often have a sock-soul groove, set to sweet uptown production – all with more than enough punch to keep you living the nightlife all the way to the dawn. Titles include "Gonna Give Her All The Love I Got" by Benny Gordon, "Black Eyed Girl" by Billy Thompson, "My Sweet Baby" by The Esquires, "Good Things Come To Those Who Wait" by Chuck Jackson, "I Don't Want To Lose You" by Mel Wynn, "I Want You" by Judy Clay, "Happiness Will Cost You One Thin Dime" by Betty Lavette, "Yesterday's Kisses" by Big Maybelle, "Love Ain't What It Used To Be" by The Diplomats, "I Refuse To Give Up" by Clarence Reid, "It's Torture" by Maxine Brown, "Livin The Nightlife" by The Charts, "Do You Love Me Baby" by The Masqueraders, "The Pretty Part Of You" by Tommy Hunt, "Please Stay" by The Ivories, "Send My Baby Back" by Freddie Hughes, "Carlena" by the Just Brothers, "Dearly Beloved" by Jack Montgomery, "Groovy Guy" by the Shirelles, "Look My Way" by Maurice Williams, and "You Must Be Losing Your Mind" by Jimmie Raye. CD

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VariousModernism – 24 Tracks Of Hip-shaking Club Soul & Vintage R&B ... CD
Kent (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $14.99 18.99
Not the modernism of high art or experimental literature – and instead the upbeat, totally groovy sound of British mods in the 60s – served up here in a wicked batch of American soul tracks from the time! The style here is a bit Northern Soul, but also has a bit more of the blues and R&B elements that inspired some of the Brit rock acts of the time – but served up here by the originators from our side of the Atlantic, and with the kind of attention to special tracks and rare singles that we've come to expect from the great folks at Kent Records! This is more than just a rehash of older hits or overplayed numbers – and instead, the carefully-chosen set list really gets right to the heart of the matter – and backs up its musical magic with a great set of notes, photos, and label scans. Titles include "Ain't That Soul" by Teddy Reynolds, "Do It" by Pat Powdrill, "Crossroads In Your Heart" by The Shirelles, "Beg Me" by Chuck Jackson, "Cinderella Jones" by Sammy Jones, "We Gonna Rub (part 1)" by Joe Johnson, "Night Beat" by Kenny Smith & The Lovelighters, "Magic Potion" by Lou Johnson, "The Life Of The Party" by Joan Moody, "The Phillie" by The M&Ms & The Peanuts, "Private Eye" by Wallace Johnson, "Listen To Me Baby" by Ralph Ventsha & Red Julian Quartet, and "When One Of Them Won't" by The Turn Arounds. CD

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✨✧ VariousWVON Good Guys Album (1st version) ... LP
WVON/Chess, 1960s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Nice compilation album of harmony soul tracks, put together by the staff of Chicago radio station WVON, which was owned by Chess records. The front of the album jacket is covered with photos of the DJs – including Herb "Kool Gent" Kent and Bill "Doc" Lee – local legends, as well as historic figures in Black radio nationwide. A great selection of tracks, not just pulled from Chess' stable, but other leading label's of the day like Roulette & Scepter. 12 tracks in all, including "The Watusi" by the Vibrations, "Dedicated to the One I Love" by the Shirelles, "Stay" by Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs, "Tonight I Fell In Love" by the Harptones and "Tears on My Pillow" by Little Anthony & the Imperials. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousReal Thing – The Songs Of Ashford, Simpson, & Armstead ... CD
Kent (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Mindblowing music from the trio of Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson, and Jo Armstead – most of it composed and recorded in New York during the mid 60s – before Armstead left for the Chicago scene, and Ashford & Simpson went to work for Motown in Detroit! The three writers have a really beautiful way of putting over a tune – fresh lyrics that are perfect for the budding soul generation of the 60s – and which often get some production work from the members of the trio too, especially on some of the tracks here that were issued by Wand Records. The package does a perfect job of unearthing these early years – pulling together compositions by the three (and occasionally just by Ashford & Simpson) – and illuminating this period with notes that are as thorough as the selection of tracks on the set. Titles include "Dance Children Dance" by Mary Love, "The Shoe Won't Fit" by Betty Everett, "Look Away" by The Shirelles, "Are You Trying To Get Rid Of Me Baby" by The Crystals, "I Don't Need No Doctor" by Sandy Nelson, "Please Little Angel" by Doris Troy, "The Real Thing" by The Chiffons, "Smokie Joe's" by The Jewels, "Say It Again" by Marie Knight, "Looky Looky" by Candy & The Kisses, "Mr Creator" by The Apollas, "You're Absolutely Right" by Tina Britt, "I'm Satisfied" by Chuck Jackson & Maxine Brown, "Cry Like A Baby" by Aretha Franklin, "Same Old Feeling" by Jo Ann & Troy, "Only Your Love Can Save Me" by Betty LaVette, and "Love Ain't What It Used To Be" by The Diplomats. CD

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