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Below is another small list of 45's that can be found on www.soulmusic.co.uk

They can be found on the 'More 45s' page and can be found at www.soulmusic.co.uk/in_stock.htm

A soundclip of each 45 is on the site along with a scan of the label.

Each 45 can be bought directly from the site or you can PM me to reserve a copy

Nat Hall & Tina Ray - If I'm not loving you (I won't love at all) - Burtone

Unknown Modern Soul mid tempo mover from 1977. Catchy little duet!


Byrdie Green - Don't make it hurt - Hall Mark

Loved by 60's & 70's Soul collectors alike! Rather tasty mid 60's swayer that definitely treads into Crossover territory!


Willie Tee - Reach out for me - Capitol

Willie's own late 60's version of this classic song! Great little mover!


The Fabulous Determinations - Has love been here before - Mainstream W/D

This label throws up another hidden gem! Great little Modern Soul dancer from 1975 not known by many!


Eddie Floyd - I've never found a girl (to love me like you do) - Stax

Nice little Stax original! Often copied, never bettered!


Betty & Angel - Everlasting love/Honey coated loving - Every Day

Very sweet femme Soul mover from 1972 b/w Funky little Soulful mover


Gloria Walker - My precious love - People

Slinky mid tempo crossover soul from 1974. Superb voice - recommended!


Green Sisters - Win place & show - Setting Sun

Great Detroit label. Nice late 70's femme Soul dancer written, produced and arranged by the master Ronnie McNeir!!!


Lily Fields & Hoagy Lands - Sweet Soul (Brother) - Spectrum W/D

Nice little early 70's mid tempo mover - An 'early doors' Yarmouth classic!


Cal Bright - My love is good for you baby - Azetta

Very tasty mid tempo male crossover mover from the late 60's/early 70's - similar to George Benson's 'My woman's good to me' on A&M


The Kittens - How long (Can I go on)/I've got to get over you - Chess

Great late 60's Crossover Soul dancer b/w More of a traditional Northern Soul dancer - Great double sider at a great price!


Gorgeous George - Sweet thing/Biggest fool in town - Stax W/D

Rare early Stax White Demo! Raw 60's Soul dancer b/w CLASSIC Deep Soul!!!


Jeter Davis - Where ever you are - Sun Belt

CLASSIC Deep Soul from 1979 - Deep as hell......and then some!!!


Jesse James - The same thing happens - Happy Fox

The 'If you want a love affair' guy on a semi-known 'Southern' Modern Soul dancer from 1977!


Lenny Welch - I thank you love - FIG

Nice mid tempo mover from 1977!


Chad - Please give your love to me - Malaco

Tasty 70's ballad/stepper from 1978!

Give away price!!




Edited by Steve Plumb
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