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£7 each. Any 5 for £30 inc postage

Cordells: Love Is Where It Is (Steel Town Sound)

Uptempo stormer

Marvin Gaye: You/Change What You Can (TMG 640)

In demand motown double-header. Nice on British

Major Lance: Hey Little Girl/Crying In The Rain (Canadian Epic)

Great 60s double header

Wilson Pickett and the Falcons: Anna (Lu pine)

Awesome over looked RnB dancer. Bargain

Billy Stewart: Crazy ‘Bout You Baby (Chess)

Awesome midtempo

Dee Dee Sharp: Wild/Why Doncha Ask Me (Cameo pic sl)

Great 60s double header with nice pic sleeve

Supremes: Whisper You Love Me Boy/Back In My Arms Again (Motown pic sl)

Great 60’s with nice pic sleeve

Supremes: Where Did Our Love Go/He Means The World To Me (Dutch Motown pic sl)

Great 60’s with nice pic sleeve

Tommy Vann: Give a Little Bit (Acadamy WDJ)

Superb midtempo

Jackie Wilson and Lavern Baker: Think Twice (Brunswick)

Great early dancer

Shirley Brown: Crowding In on My Mind (Stax)

Great modern

Carolyn Carter: I'm Thru (Jamie) vg+

Great oldie. Bargain

Cornelius Bros And Sister Rose: Too Late To Turn Back Now (Liberty Mexican demo)

Quality crossover/northern

Maryann Farrar: Never Gonna Leave You (Brunswick)

Great 70's dancer

Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell: If This World Were Mine/If I Could Build My Whole World Around You (Tamla Motown Canada)

Superb Motown double-header. Nice on Canadian

Garland Green: Don’t Think That I’m a Violent Guy/ All She Did Was Wave Goodbye (Uni)

Great double-header

Brian Holland: I'm So Glad (Invictus)

Classic 70's dancer

Eddie Holland: Jamie (Motown)

Classic early Motown

Luther Ingram: Do You Love Somebody/How I Miss My Baby (Koko)

Awesome modern double header

Walter Jackson: It’s All Over (Okeh)

Great 60s. Slight label wear

Gladys Knight: Keep An Eye (Tamla Motwon Canada)

Brilliant overlooked motown dancer

Patti Labelle: Love Me Just a Little (Newtime)

Great under-rated early dancer

Major Lance: Rhythm/Please Don’t Say No More (Okeh)

Great 60s double header

Main Ingredient: Rolling Down a Mountainside (RCA)

Quality 70's dancer

Marvelettes: Don't Make Hurting Me A Habit (Tamla)

Quality motown

Marvelettes: That's How Heartaches are Made (Tamla)

Great version

The Mob: I'd Like To See More Of You (Colossus)

Great crossover dancer

Gwen Owens: You better Watch Out (Casablanca)

Quality 70s dancer

Billy Paul: Bring The Family Back (PIR)

Great 70s dancer

Platters: Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil (Musicor)

Classic Northern oldie

Jimmy Ruffin: Lonely. Lonely Man Am I (Soul)

Great version

Tommy Tate: What Gives You the Right/If I Gave You My Heart (Sundance)

Brilliant Modern double header

Ted Taylor: I Don't Care (Gold Eagle)

Great RnB dancer

Third Ave Blues Band: If You Don't Love Me (Revue)

Great crossover double header

Mary Wells: You Beat Me to The Punch (Motown wol)

In demand Motown

Mary Wells: The One Who Really Loves You (Motown)

Another cracker from MW

Jackie Wilson + Chi-Lites: Don't Burn No Bridges (Brunswick)

Great 70's

Jackie Wilson: I've Learned About Life (Brunswick)

Classic 70's from the great man

Jackie Wilson: You Left The Fire Burning (Brunswick)

Classic 70's from the great man

Jackie Wilson: I Found Love (Brunswick)

Brilliant early dancer

Betty Wright: Life (Alston)

Top notch modern dancer

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