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Dusty Sings Soul - Dusty Springfield - New Ace Records CD

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Details of a new Cd from Ace Records

Dusty Sings Soul - Dusty Springfield - CDCHD 1612

Out this weekend Friday 25th March 2022

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From the very start of her solo career, it was Dusty Springfield’s intention to make records in the style of the black American artists that she admired, both professionally and personally. She recorded her version of a soul song at her first solo session and was still recording soul songs on all of her albums, singles and EPs throughout the 60s and into the 70s.

“Dusty Sings Soul” is a long overdue and carefully curated collection of recordings from Dusty’s 60s singles and albums, designed to demonstrate that she was not only the UK’s finest female singer but also its finest soul singer of her era and, for many, of all time. There is no shortage of Dusty compilations out there, but this is the first one to exclusively concentrate on this particular side of this great artist’s work.

Full release notes by Tony Rounce can be read via



01 Can I Get A Witness
02 Long After Tonight Is All Over
03 Won't Be Long
04 Bring Him Back
05 All Cried Out
06 Take Another Little Piece Of My Heart
07 Do Re Mi
08 Welcome Home
09 Some Of Your Lovin'
10 That's How Heartaches Are Made
11 It Was Easier To Hurt Him
12 Ain't No Sun Since You've Been Gone
13 I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
14 Every Ounce Of Strength
15 I Wanna Make You Happy
16 Nothing
17 Oh No Not My Baby
18 I Had A Talk With My Man
19 I Can't Wait Until I See My Baby's Face
20 Every Day I Have To Cry
21 Love Power
22 Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
23 Am I The Same Girl
24 What's It Gonna Be

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On 24/03/2022 at 17:00, Mickjay33 said:

in Asda today 

straight up?

never paid much attention to the cd dept in asda but would have thought a brand new ace release in asda on day of release a bit unusual?


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24 minutes ago, doublecookin said:

It wasnt in my local asda, so ordered online. First CD I have purchased in years, shame it wasnt available on vinyl.

Tony said it may come out later in the year on vinyl once the issues with pressing plants have eased. 

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Pity didn’t include “ Don’t Say It Baby “ an overlooked B side to “Your Hurting Kinda Love “ from Feb 1965.



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On 29/03/2022 at 10:31, Autumnstoned said:

Pity didn’t include “ Don’t Say It Baby “ an overlooked B side to “Your Hurting Kinda Love “ from Feb 1965.

Thanks to your post Autumnstoned I just realised that there is another version of this by Linda Laine (not That one) and The Sinners using a different title.  Dusty's is better but this version is good.



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Yep, not bad. Mark Wirtz of Teenage Opera and A Touch Of Velvet fame did a version too. I first came across it on a Dusty A’s & B’s CD. The clip is my 45 from my YouTube channel.

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