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Chicago Soul ’66 (RSD 22)


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Cat:HOS29LP     Barcode:5060331752653

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Record Label: History Of Soul

Format: Album

Genre: Soul

Release Date: 23/04/2022

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In the 1950s Chicago was the blues capital of the world. But by 1966 musical tastes had changed. R & B had morphed into hard soul and newer soft soul musical stylings had coalesced from earlier doo wop motifs, with bigger and more sophisticated productions. This was the era of the small independent owners / producers, all vying for airplay and sales in a hugely competitive marketplace. This landmark LP showcases many of the best of this output – the sounds that hit music listeners and buyers straight from the street. The mix here is a perfect blend of the tough hard soul style and the softer soul sounds. Just right for the feet and the heart. Enjoy!

Track Listing

Side One

  1. Good Lovin’ – Josephine Taylor
  2. Sling Shot – Jackie Beavers
  3. Come Back – Five Stairsteps
  4. Bye Bye Baby – Betty Everett
  5. My Side Of The Track – Tim
  6. You Made Me Suffer – Tyrone
  7. You Mean Everything To Me – Cash McCall
  8. You Gave Me Soul – Andrea Davis

Side Two

  1. Stop The Baby – Jamo Thomas
  2. All Of A Sudden My Heart Sings – Jean Dushon
  3. What Is Love – Jimmy Dobbins
  4. Let’s Go Get Stoned – Chuck Bernard
  5. Been So Long – Sonny Warner
  6. It Must Be Love – The C.O.D.’s
  7. Along Came You – Joyce Davis
  8. Deep Down In My Heart – Johnny Sayles
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