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8 New Kent 45 Singles - Out 28 July 2017

8 New Kent 45 Singles - Out 28 July 2017 cover

Seems that in the very near future long hot summer days need to be just that bit longer with news of these upcoming Kent Singles coming out at the end of the month...

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Art Gentry - "This Is My Chance"
Shirley Brown - "Even If The Signs Are Wrong"

Kent Dance
CITY 047 Release date: 28 Jul 17

Lorraine Johnson - "A Love Like Yours"
Deep Velvet - "Complain To The Clouds (But You Can't Change The Weather)"

Kent Dance
CITY 048 Release date: 28 Jul 17
 
The Checkerboard Squares - "Double Cookin'"
The Tandels - "Is It Love Baby"

Kent Town
TOWN 164 Release date: 28 Jul 17
 
Eddie PARKER - I'm Gone
Eddie PARKER - Love You Bab
y
Kent Town
Cat: TOWN 165 Release date: 28 Jul 17
 
Tutti Hill - "When The Going Gets Rough"
Garrett Saunders - "I Keep Comin' Back For More"

Kent Dance
Cat: CITY 049 Release date: 28 Jul 17
 
Rita & The Tiaras - "Gone Is The Wind Is My Love"
The Dore Strings - "Gone Is The Wind Is My Love" (instrumental)

Kent Town
Cat: TOWN 166 Release date: 28 Jul 17

The Paramount Four - You Must Leave Her Because You Love Her C/W Jeanette Jones -What Have You Got To Gain By Losing Me
DEEP SOUL 05 Rel: 28 Jul 17

Preview  You Must Leave Her Because You Love Her - The Paramount Four
Preview  What Have You Got To Gain By Losing Me - Jeanette Jones

Producer Bob Holmes’ song ‘You Must Leave Her Because You Love Her’ by the Paramount Four is a top-quality group soul ballad. On the flip is another beautiful slowie, this time from San Franciscan chanteuse Jeanette Jones. Co-written by Gerry Goffin, ‘What Have You Got To Gain By Losing Me’ is among his finest songs.

Eddie & Ernie - A Man To Love A Woman C/W You Make My Life A Sunny Day

Preview  A Man To Love A Woman
Preview  You Make My Life A Sunny Day


DEEP SOUL 06 Rel: 28 Jul 17
It is fitting to have Eddie & Ernie on both sides of a Deep Soul single as they were original label-founder Dave Godin’s ultimate deep soul act. Both tracks were recorded in the late 60s but first came out on our Eddie & Ernie CD in 2002. It is a tribute to their excellent quality that we release them on this vinyl series now.

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