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Hi All

www.topdogrecords.co.uk

Another busy week on the site, lots of new stuff, nice 45's northern, modern, funk and boogie. Cool, hard to find LP's and some great CD's including elusive Southern Soul. Lots of sound files. We now have over 11,000 titles in stock, have a good old mooch, you never know what you may find below is just a small selection of what can be found................

  • 45's - Dena Barnes, Papa Bear & The Cubs, Little Samson, Willie Darrington, Tolbert Family Singers featuring OC Tolbert, Marcelle Joesph, Charles Johnson, Ron Patterson and so many more
  • LP's - Intruders (Gamble), Halloween, Gladys Knight (Little Knight Music), Glenn jones (Everybody Love A Winner), Gil Scott Heron/Brian Jackson, GC Cameron
  • CD's - Masters Of Time, Monique Ford, Nee Nee Gwynn, ML, O.C. Buchana, Nikko, Maurice J.

Plus don't forget the great additions from early in the week..........

Mae Young - Lets give our love a try - Big Mack

( uptempo in ya face Detroit 60's dancer)

Prince Geno and the Tailormades - Brand new man with the master plan - Aladdin

(Indemand Washington, D.C. cool croosover shuffler)

Alvarez - Sooner or later - Polydor

(Jesus Alvarez on this cool 70's modern soul midtempo winner)

Buddy Conner - When your alone - Breakthrough

(Forget what those that don't have it say, only only version to have)

George Smith - Don't find me guilty - Bojo

(Sublime 60's crossover soul, oh so rare on this label, only a few copies ever turned up)

San Remo Golden Strings - Festival time - Ric Tic

(All time classic instrumental, here on a supa rare original styrene white demo)

Pep Brown - It's all about the money - Walden

(Oh so hard to find early 80's soulful modern shuffler)

Royal Five - Say it to my face - Tyler

(Philly 60's group soul at it's best)

Sugar Bear Johnson - When your jones come down - T-Jaye

(The mighty Ted Jarrett on production for this indemand funky midtempo modern soul winner)

Eddie Carlton - Things are gonna get a little tougher - Bell Sound

(Un-released studio disc of the crazy uptempo 60's dancer from the man, packed the floor every time back at The Ritz)

Tate - It takes more love - Cloverstreet

(One of two stunning soulful group tracks from them, both produced by the great Chester Pipkin)

Vicki Williams - Do I make myself clear - Morgan Park

(Rare on either label, but this was the first, Oh so soulful midtempo 60's Mississippi dancer)

Mamie Lee - I can feel him slipping away - MGM

(All time classic, so soulful midtempo 60's winner, here on a nice demo)

Green Sisters - Whatevers fair - Mankind

(The LP with the stunning uptempo track 'A theme for Sister Green')

Gail Anderson - Be proud - Salvador

(Midtempo 60's at it's best, and what a great voice)

Hope you find something you like, and thanks for looking

Dave & Malayka

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Hi All

www.topdogrecords.co.uk

Another busy week on the site, lots of new stuff, nice 45's northern, modern, funk and boogie. Cool, hard to find LP's and some great CD's including elusive Southern Soul. Lots of sound files. We now have over 11,000 titles in stock, have a good old mooch, you never know what you may find below is just a small selection of what can be found................

  • 45's - Dena Barnes, Papa Bear & The Cubs, Little Samson, Willie Darrington, Tolbert Family Singers featuring OC Tolbert, Marcelle Joesph, Charles Johnson, Ron Patterson and so many more
  • LP's - Intruders (Gamble), Halloween, Gladys Knight (Little Knight Music), Glenn jones (Everybody Love A Winner), Gil Scott Heron/Brian Jackson, GC Cameron
  • CD's - Masters Of Time, Monique Ford, Nee Nee Gwynn, ML, O.C. Buchana, Nikko, Maurice J.

Plus don't forget the great additions from early in the week..........

Mae Young - Lets give our love a try - Big Mack

( uptempo in ya face Detroit 60's dancer)

Prince Geno and the Tailormades - Brand new man with the master plan - Aladdin

(Indemand Washington, D.C. cool croosover shuffler)

Alvarez - Sooner or later - Polydor

(Jesus Alvarez on this cool 70's modern soul midtempo winner)

Buddy Conner - When your alone - Breakthrough

(Forget what those that don't have it say, only only version to have)

George Smith - Don't find me guilty - Bojo

(Sublime 60's crossover soul, oh so rare on this label, only a few copies ever turned up)

San Remo Golden Strings - Festival time - Ric Tic

(All time classic instrumental, here on a supa rare original styrene white demo)

Pep Brown - It's all about the money - Walden

(Oh so hard to find early 80's soulful modern shuffler)

Royal Five - Say it to my face - Tyler

(Philly 60's group soul at it's best)

Sugar Bear Johnson - When your jones come down - T-Jaye

(The mighty Ted Jarrett on production for this indemand funky midtempo modern soul winner)

Eddie Carlton - Things are gonna get a little tougher - Bell Sound

(Un-released studio disc of the crazy uptempo 60's dancer from the man, packed the floor every time back at The Ritz)

Tate - It takes more love - Cloverstreet

(One of two stunning soulful group tracks from them, both produced by the great Chester Pipkin)

Vicki Williams - Do I make myself clear - Morgan Park

(Rare on either label, but this was the first, Oh so soulful midtempo 60's Mississippi dancer)

Mamie Lee - I can feel him slipping away - MGM

(All time classic, so soulful midtempo 60's winner, here on a nice demo)

Green Sisters - Whatevers fair - Mankind

(The LP with the stunning uptempo track 'A theme for Sister Green')

Gail Anderson - Be proud - Salvador

(Midtempo 60's at it's best, and what a great voice)

Hope you find something you like, and thanks for looking

Dave & Malayka

Jock Mitchell, Dena Barnes, Papa Bear, Buddy Conner, Limmie, Douglas & Lenero, all on there way to new homes, thanks again for a great response. Still shed load of nice tunes on the site!!!!!!!!!

Dave

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