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the track listing may be a useful thing ?

along with the title of cd etc etc

its called move on up

Disk 1

1. Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) - Frank Wilson

2. Tainted Love - Gloria Jones

3. Moonlight Music And You - Laura Greene

4. This Love Starved Heart Of Mine (It's Killing Me) - Marvin Gaye

5. Here I Go Again - Archie Bell & The Drells

6. Seven Days Too Long - Chuck Wood

7. Suspicion - The Originals

8. In Love - Anthony Galla

9. Baby Reconsider - Leon Haywood

10. It's Just Gotta Be That Way - Bobby Angelle

11. Oh Baby Don't You Weep - Luther Ingram

12. Shoes - Bobby Bland

13. What Can I Do - George Kirby

14. I Surrender - Eddie Holman

15. Hand It Over - Chuck Jackson

16. Girl Don't Make Me Wait - Bunny Sigler

17. Is She In Your Town - Curtis Lee

18. Dance, Dance, Dance - The Casualeers

19. Before It's Too Late - Jackie Day

20. Love Factory - Eloise Laws

21. My Man A Sweet Man - Millie Jackson

22. You Turned My Bitter Into Sweet - Mary Love

23. Gone With The Wind Is My Love - Rita And the Tiaras

24. It'll Never Be Over For Me - Timi Yuro

25. Move On Up - Curtis Mayfield

Disk 2

1. The Night - Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons

2. Back Street - Edwin Starr

3. Soul Galore - Jackie Wilson

4. Out On The Floor - Dobie Gray

5. I Got To Find Me Somebody - The Vel-Vets

6. If This Is Love (I'd Rather Be Lonely) - The Precisions

7. Backfield In Motion - Mel & Tim

8. I Got A Feeling - Barbara Randolph

9. Open The Door To Your Heart - Darrell Banks

10. Blowing My Mind To Pieces - Bob Relf

11. You Didn't Say A Word - Yvonne Baker

12. I Just Can't Live My Life (Without You Babe) - Linda Jones

13. You Can Count On Me - Sammy Davis, Jr.

14. 1-2-3 - Len Barry

15. Let's Wade In The Water - Marlena Shaw

16. Can't Satisfy - The Impressions

17. Landslide - Tony Clarke

18. Festival Time - San Remo Golden Strings

19. Love Runs Out - Willie Hutch

20. Tell Me It's Just A Rumor Baby - The Isley Brothers

21. Love, Love, Love - Bobby Hebb

22. It's All Up To You - The Dells

23. It's Better To Have (And Don't Need) - Don Covay

24. Afternoon Of The Rhino - Mike Post Coalition

25. Everything's Gonna Be Alright - P.P. Arnold

Disk 3

1. Turnin' My Heartbeat Up - The M.V.P.'s

2. There's A Ghost In My House - R. Dean Taylor

3. Soul Time - Shirley Ellis

4. Just A Little Misunderstanding - The Contours

5. The Snake - Al Wilson

6. Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Marvin Gaye, Tammi Terrell

7. I'll Turn To Stone - Four Tops

8. If It's All The Same To You Babe - Luther Ingram

9. Right Track - Billy Butler, Enchanters

10. There Was A Time - Gene Chandler

11. (You Don't Have To Be A) Tower Of Strength - Gloria Lynne

12. Better Use Your Head - Little Anthony & The Imperials

13. Uptight (Everything's Alright) - Stevie Wonder

14. Heaven Must Have Sent You - The Elgins

15. What Is This - Bobby Womack

16. Sliced Tomatoes - Just Brothers

17. Ain't There Something Money Can't Buy - Young Holt Unlimited

18. Every Time I See You, I Go Wild! - J.J. Barnes

19. Two Can Have A Party - Tammi Terrell

20. Wade In The Water - Ramsey Lewis Trio

21. Cool Jerk - The Capitols

22. Our Love Is Getting Stronger - Jason Knight

23. Get Ready - The Temptations

24. Long After Tonight Is All Over - Jimmy Radcliffe

25. I'm On My Way - Dean Parrish

Release Date: Monday, 16 March 2015

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Looking at the track listing I can't see many that most of the people on here won't have already on cd , It looks a great cd for the new to the scene /  bandwagon jumping/ film watchers but nothing there to get me to part with ££

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Seen TV ad' toinight.... Thought there'd have been ruptions on here.

Is Curtis Lee on many compilations?

On the one hand, loved most of the tracks when I first heard them, so can't begrudge others doing the same.

On the other hand, TV ad' very cheesey and K-Tel-esque. Could be good news for the textiles industry, lots of material will be required if the kex go viral?

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Was Uptight ever played out? I wasn't around on the scene back then but I'd guess that it was a mainstream Motown track rather than a Northern play?

 

There's a few tracks like that on it, general club records from the very early days: 1-2-3, Backfield In Motion, Turn to Stone.  Just trying to have broad appeal I think.  Balanced out by Bobby Angelle, Luther Ingram - Weep, JJ Barnes - Go Wild.

 

Levanna's good in the advert.  And if you watch the trailer on YouTube, it's preceded by the Shredded Wheat/Bobby Angelle advert - a double feature!  

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Nice little video with some kids from the scene dancing to some classic stuff + a CD full of oldies !!! Nothing wrong with that !! Just go to a soul night which does offer a little more underplayed or obscure stuff and dance ya nuts off !!!!

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back street blue, on 14 Mar 2015 - 10:36 PM, said:

Seen TV ad' toinight.... Thought there'd have been ruptions on here.

Is Curtis Lee on many compilations?

On the one hand, loved most of the tracks when I first heard them, so can't begrudge others doing the same.

On the other hand, TV ad' very cheesey and K-Tel-esque. Could be good news for the textiles industry, lots of material will be required if the kex go viral?

My friend Andy Etheridge had the Curtis Lee many years ago (early 80S) and put it on a tape for me, covered up as Buster & Eddie "Your Town"

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One of the most amusing things I saw with all this kind of thing recently is looking at a tracklisting for the soundtrack of the recent Northern Soul movie, not sure if it was official, but after every track title it said . . . . (7" mix)!!

 

Amused me anyway!! :rofl:

 

Roger

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One of the most amusing things I saw with all this kind of thing recently is looking at a tracklisting for the soundtrack of the recent Northern Soul movie, not sure if it was official, but after every track title it said . . . . (7" mix)!!

 

Amused me anyway!! :rofl:

 

Roger

 

Roger you mean to tell me you haven't got The Salvadors on a Joey Negro 12" remix? :P  :lol:

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Looking at the track listing I can't see many that most of the people on here won't have already on cd , It looks a great cd for the new to the scene /  bandwagon jumping/ film watchers but nothing there to get me to part with ££

 

OK for the car on a journey or traffic jam nothing to get excited about Goldmine were putting these types of things out about 17 years ago.

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same old tracks but its not aimed at us is it... with lev on the cover and an all young crowd in the ad that's who theyre going for IMO youngsters who have heard about it but not got into it yet and maybe still think its only for oldies..as in people

 

as far as track listing,others on here know more than me but its all about having permission to put a track on a cd rather than just choosing the best or what maybe hasn't already been on others innit?

 

seen some nasty posts on a you tube clip about lev ..about her being on the tv and you tube and facebook all the time..well shes also out all the time too ...inc burnley Saturday night,she arrived on her own and had no lift home sorted..remember that? :wink:

 

waiting for a cab outside burnley at sumfin past 6 last week we got chattin to a young lad in the office who had been at the club under the kestrel..he asked was it northern soul up there and said wed probably had a better night than him..apparently his mum goes to northern nights :)

dean

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OK for the car on a journey or traffic jam 

 

Really? I'd rather listen to R4 or R5 than listen to these "timeless classics" for another time...

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same old tracks but its not aimed at us is it... with lev on the cover and an all young crowd in the ad that's who theyre going for IMO youngsters who have heard about it but not got into it yet and maybe still think its only for oldies..as in people

 

as far as track listing,others on here know more than me but its all about having permission to put a track on a cd rather than just choosing the best or what maybe hasn't already been on others innit?

 

'seen some nasty posts on a you tube clip' about lev ..about her being on the tv and you tube and facebook all the time..well shes also out all the time too ...inc burnley Saturday night,she arrived on her own and had no lift home sorted..remember that? :wink:

 

waiting for a cab outside burnley at sumfin past 6 last week we got chattin to a young lad in the office who had been at the club under the kestrel..he asked was it northern soul up there and said wed probably had a better night than him..apparently his mum goes to northern nights :)

dean

Also seen some funny posts on said YouTube & FB - like " your the new face of Northern Soul " and " me and my wife have just discovered Northern Soul, where can we learn to dance"

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One of the most amusing things I saw with all this kind of thing recently is looking at a tracklisting for the soundtrack of the recent Northern Soul movie, not sure if it was official, but after every track title it said . . . . (7" mix)!!

 

Amused me anyway!! :rofl:

 

Roger

 

That's the Amazon listing process for ya........ :thumbsup:

 

Ian D  :D

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Seen TV ad' toinight.... Thought there'd have been ruptions on here.

Is Curtis Lee on many compilations?

On the one hand, loved most of the tracks when I first heard them, so can't begrudge others doing the same.

On the other hand, TV ad' very cheesey and K-Tel-esque. Could be good news for the textiles industry, lots of material will be required if the kex go viral?

You mirror my thoughts ,I loved many of the tracks still do  ,just dont want them to be thought of as  this is all-nighter soul and nothing else played since matters.As for the cheesy aspect , bloody right ,extra,extra strong smelliest mousetrap,very K Tel like presentation,first saw the advert on You Tube but guessed it would also be hitting the telly,The voice over  is extra cheesy among the extra,extra cheesy aspects of the video in my honest opinion.As you say  the textiles industry must have invested in the video after doing a bit of bandwagon jumping however the cost of baggies may increase if the materiel required by manufacturers to make one pair of slim fit strides now requires four times the amount or more to make one pair of flapping in the wind of a Wigan  gusty morning would need especially if add on the massive amount of cloth needed to provide up to fifty pocket flaps and a  with over the nipples  but not quite reaching the neck chest band attached,bloody helll nearly forgot the ammount of buttons such breeks use up in their construction..Well as they say in the economics of Northern Soul bandwagon jumping its all about big,big and bigger baggies anyway  after some years folk will start  going back to slim fit jeans and narrowish strides(trews not gait)  then the  market will balance out needing no regulation it will do it itself!.Hey wait a minute ,getting out of the bigger than big baggie and circle skirts after so many years,well as I look around,ahem that doesnt based on available evidence seem to  work out so welll,,same as the market being left to regulate itself!

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I see they (the dancers) are doing that clapping in unison above the head thing that never happened in the day but did on Soul Boy the film( not northern soul the move).Surprised they didnt do a few cartwheels to go with that sort of clapping.

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Nothing wrong with appealing to the kids i.e. anyone under 30! My own 14-year-old niece and her pals are now quite into Northern but only the 'girly' stuff - 'cos it's good for dancing to' Not arf...

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Don't know her and she's way over-exposed but hey, so what, good luck to her, not harming me...and if she's helping getting more people into the music then why shouldn't she be "the new face of Northern Soul"?  She's better looking than me and that's for sure!

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Morning russell.    the decks you see on the ad belong to yours truly (fame at last) ay.      (Kim)

Morning, Kim! Nice to see an old bit of kit still working. I mean the decks, not you!  :D 

 

Hope you managed to show all those youngsters a thing or two on the dance floor.

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Morning, Kim! Nice to see an old bit of kit still working. I mean the decks, not you!  :D 

 

Hope you managed to show all those youngsters a thing or two on the dance floor.

No mate was not there .   at the time .    

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nothing to with amazon when you put the cd into your pc thats how the track list comes up for some reason.

 

It's Gracenote then. They have fields which you're forced to fill-in or they adapt from the massively complicated spreadsheets which we have to fill-in for every release. Either way the system has grabbed that from the 'version' column by the looks of it.....

 

Ian D  :D

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Well we've been telling people how good they were for years and now they can hear some in their cars or wherever and all join in. Mixed feelings, especially with the low price giving it away almost but there are some great tracks and not all bleeding obvious. I'd love to know who programmed Gloria Lynne in between Gene Chandler There Was A Time and Better Use Your Head-or anywhere on this CD for that matter.

Listen there are literally thousands of great soul records to match these that haven't been over exposed so I don't think we need worry too much. Give it 5 years and they'll be old oldies, due for a revival!

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Personally I think it's false advertising and is milking the northern scene for all the wrong reasons. I take the point it isn't aimed at us, but when this mythical youngster watches the advert, and thinks I'll have me some of that, exactly which venue is he or she going to go to, to be in amongst other young like minded souls? It's just yet another money making scheme in my view, attach some adverts to the CD that talk of Butlins  dance classes, and giant trousers and a glimpse of the future is at hand. I can see a point when The Wheel, Torch, Casino, 100 club and Mecca won't even be referenced any more, and if a certain DJ/promoter (RW) lives long enough and who's already spouting that there were never any drugs at the Casino, gets his way, will be proclaiming that Butlins was the true birth of northern soul. I repeat, nothing to do with introducing youngsters, new starters to the scene IMO. 

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I am sure all these NS releases may stimulate a few producers to be a little more creative with real instruments etc, with their productions today. I know for sure I am tempted to hire a studio and write some new material because of it. If can get committed session musicians i.e. those whose living depends on studio work, to play for me for a flat fee, I may just go ahead. The likes of Diane Shaw and Andy Birkinshaw have proved that a UK studio session has enormous credence. And then we may have something tangible from today as well as yesteryear to play around with. 

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Great CD for the car... I just love the advert and the beautiful Levanna...I could watch her dance all day!! :thumbsup:

 

there I've said it....

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Personally I think it's false advertising and is milking the northern scene for all the wrong reasons. I take the point it isn't aimed at us, but when this mythical youngster watches the advert, and thinks I'll have me some of that, exactly which venue is he or she going to go to, to be in amongst other young like minded souls? It's just yet another money making scheme in my view, attach some adverts to the CD that talk of Butlins  dance classes, and giant trousers and a glimpse of the future is at hand. I can see a point when The Wheel, Torch, Casino, 100 club and Mecca won't even be referenced any more, and if a certain DJ/promoter (RW) lives long enough and who's already spouting that there were never any drugs at the Casino, gets his way, will be proclaiming that Butlins was the true birth of northern soul. I repeat, nothing to do with introducing youngsters, new starters to the scene IMO. 

When we think of young back in our days and earlier  Winnie 15 or 16 some examples even younger was the age of loads of folks first nighter experience.Youngsters back then would more than likely mean the few 14 year olds and older folk would be those in mid to  later twenties in the main.As you say very few abstained, nowadays when the words younger people are spoken in regard to the soul scene mid twenties or a bit older seems to me to be what is meant.Myself I was hitch hiking from Corby over to the North Park to hear Soul when I was 13 ,knew Harboro was on at the yime as a nighter and Corby lads who went and that dubes was good but didnt go to the nighter as I say was only 13(wished I had of done on reflection mind you if not on reflection on brown or clears,pirellis or the like),there wasnt much else other than word of mouth to let you know what was going on then.

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Also seen some funny posts on said YouTube & FB - like " your the new face of Northern Soul " and " me and my wife have just discovered Northern Soul, where can we learn to dance"

 

Oh dear, another case of "keep on taking the tablets"  :ohmy:  :ohmy:

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Also seen some funny posts on said YouTube & FB - like " your the new face of Northern Soul " and " me and my wife have just discovered Northern Soul, where can we learn to dance"

 

Someone needs to tell them, you dont learn to dance, you walk onto the dancefloor

let the music hit you, think of nothing else, and dance.

If that doesn't work go line dancing, take up knitting or become an OVO DJ.

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Don't know her and she's way over-exposed but hey, so what, good luck to her, not harming me...and if she's helping getting more people into the music then why shouldn't she be "the new face of Northern Soul"?  She's better looking than me and that's for sure!....

 

You aint wrong there Pete..

 

:lol:  :lol:

 

Why waste oxygen, each to their own and all that.... I would rather rub salt in my eyes than indulge in this cd but i hope many get what i got out of these along my journey...

 

Peace x

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Amazon must be selling these by the bucket load, No 1 Bestseller in Soul, No 2 in Compilations and No 4 Bestseller in Music.

 

The No.1 album in the U.K. and biggest-selling album in the country. Shows you what a national TV spend and the delights of Levanna can do for the general public. 

 

Lw Posn Posn    DUS                                           Title 

      2         1      4982      MOVE ON UP - VERY BEST OF NORTHERN SOUL 

 

As of today Northern Soul is the most popular music in the UK.

 

Ian D  :D

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The very antithesis of what it set out to be!!!

 

45 years ago for sure. I can't think of any other music that has demonstrated such resilience over that kind of time span though which is interesting in itself. Amazing really.

 

Ian D  :D

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The very antithesis of what it set out to be!!!

Not particularly Mike, we loved the music and were happy to get new recruits. Dave Godin would have been very happy that a lot of these tracks are reaching a bigger audience. There are thousands more for the already initiated to move on to.

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The No.1 album in the U.K. and biggest-selling album in the country. Shows you what a national TV spend and the delights of Levanna can do for the general public. 

 

Lw Posn Posn    DUS                                           Title 

      2         1      4982      MOVE ON UP - VERY BEST OF NORTHERN SOUL 

 

As of today Northern Soul is the most popular music in the UK.

 

Ian D  :D

To be fair Ian that is in the compilation chart, making it about the 5th most popular album in the country.

But something like 40,000 copies in ten days is pretty special.

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Well, because of this and the Diane Shaw releases (of which I have one co write), I have been investigating studio hire and first call session musicians this morning with a view to making real music. I know I could head to Detroit/Philly again, but would really like to do a 'local' session with 3 or 4 songs I have written. There is a massive influence from the above songs/productions - see the bigger picture and realisation that those responsible for recording these in the 1960's had visions of being creative and against all the odds and negativity back then too, did it. Had they not took the risk, we would have nothing....

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To be fair Ian that is in the compilation chart, making it about the 5th most popular album in the country.

But something like 40,000 copies in ten days is pretty special.

 

My over-the-topness as per usual Dean. But Top 5 UK album is still pretty impressive ay? 

 

Ian D  :D

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