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Darrow Fletcher What Good Am I Without You / That Certain Little Something Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7" Pre-Order
Bob & Fred & The Volumes I'll Be On My Way / I've Never Been So In Love Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7" Pre-Order
Irene and The Scotts & The Chantels I'm Stuck On My Baby / Indian Giver Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"
Sebastian Williams Get Your Point Over? / ?I Don't Care What Mama Said (Baby I Need You) Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"
The Ballads I Can't See Your Love (For The Tears In My Eyes), Pt. 1 / I Can't See Your Love (For The Tears In My Eyes), Pt. 2 Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"
Kings Go Forth / Willie Tee One Day / First Taste Of Hurt Kings Go Forth One Day - Originally released in 2008 on Mr C’s and going for over £80 a throw, the band’s excellent funky debut 45, remastered for maximum dancefloor appeal. This stellar stand-out cut from the band’s 2010 album The Outsiders Are Back was released on Luaka Bop. Think Curtis Mayfield with Fela’s horns and a percussion backing set to self-destruct; a spine tingling anthem, no less. Willie Tee First Taste Of Hurt - Cut with Willie Tee’s Gatur Records’ flipside that goes for £250 minimum. An organ-led, brass-powered groove from the New Orleans soul legend, originally released in 1972. A deep, soulful croon with an enveloping rhythm and a euphoric lift, remastered from the original sound files for added soul. Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"
Lester Tipton / Edward Hamilton / The Arabians This Won't Change/Baby Don't You Weep Debut 7” single from DJs Deptford Northern Soul Club featuring two classic floor fillers from mid-60s Detroit. Includes the late Detroit soulman Lester Tipton’s one and only release This Won’t Change from 1966, original copies of which go for a staggering $5000. Plus, from 1967, Edward Hamilton and the Arabians’ superb Baby Don’t You Weep which the one-time member of The Falcons recorded for Lou Beatty’s Mary Jane label, originals of which go for a paltry £250. Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"
Doris Willingham / Pat Hervey With The Tiaras You Can't Do That / Can't Get You Out Of My Mind Two classic cuts from the President catalogue. Doris Willingham ‘You Can’t Do That’ - A big Northern floorfiller from a renowned soul backing singer who cut her own material later as Doris Duke. Her only release under the Willingham name, originally out on the super cool UK Jay Boy imprint in 1968 (the label’s debut release - BOY1). Produced by Bernard Purdie (Funky Donkey label) who was at the controls for a number of super rare Northern sides. An early gem from the artist who ended up working with the legendary Swamp Dogg (Jerry Williams) charting with the ballad ‘To the Other Woman (I’m The Other Woman)’. Pat Hervey With The Tiaras ‘I Can’t Get You Out Of My Mind’ - An anthemic, handclap-friendly gem that goes for anywhere between £50 to £100. Released on the UK President label from 1966. Blue-eyed Canadian soul backed by black Canadian harmony group The Tiaras (not to be confused with the LA harmony outfit). A slow burner that ramps up the horns and strings behind some funky guitar chops and Hervey’s euphoric vocal, her one-off stab at the soul charts guaranteeing obscurity and legendary status. Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"
The Soul Stirrers & Spinners Don't You Worry / Memories Of Her Love Keep Haunting Me Two more stormers from Deptford Northern Soul Club. Floor fillers primed for the DJs returning to the club circuit. Featuring The Soul Stirrers’ funky, backbeat- thumping classic ‘Don’t You Worry’, with gorgeous harmonies and a tortured lead vocal. A gem filled with the kind of soulful positivity we need right now. In every sense, an upbeat classic that fetches around £200 on 7” on the original Checker imprint out of Chess back in 1969. Backed with The Spinners’ ‘Memories Of Her Love Keep Haunting Me’, an essential piece of lost Tamla Motown from the late 1960s that’s never been officially released as a single before. Powered by that Motown slap drum sound and a conga player on uppers, it’s a stomping tale of love lost with a super Motown production and a great horn break. Both mastered from the original sound source for maximum soul sound. Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"
Sue Lynne Don't Pity Me / Don't Pity Me (Mono Version) Classic 1969 blue-eyed soul monster that was the flipside of Sue Lynne’s ‘You’ single on RCA. Huge at Wigan Casino back in the day. Original copies now go for a huge £700 apiece. A brass-powered stomper with a funky rhythm and backbeat that leads to a euphoric chorus and instrumental break. Expertly remastered from the original sound source. Two stellar versions; both mono and stereo for maximum dancefloor impact. Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"
Candi Staton & Chappells / Candi Staton / Chappells Now You've Got The Upper Hand/You're Acting Kind Of Strange [RSD21] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2021 - Drop 1. Available from Saturday 12th June over the counter (if we're open), with online sales from 6:00pm on the same day. Click notify me above to be kept up to date. A limited edition red pressing of Candi Staton's Now You've Got The Upper Hand, re-issued on vinyl for the first time last year. Releasing on special edition red vinyl with black and white labels. Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7" RSD 2021
Gene Chandler / Tyrone Davis Slip Away / There Was A Time Two great Brunswick sides on one disc, from two of the greatest soul vocalists. The A side features Tyrone Davis’ version of Clarence Carter’s Slip Away from his essential Can I Change My Mind album, which has never previously been available as a single. A mid-tempo toe tapper with a mid-section brass build that’s underpinned by a funky groove. The flipside cranks up the action with Gene Chandler’s riotous take on James Brown’s anthem There Was A Time. Worth the entry for the horn stabs alone, it’s an expressive slice of sharp-edged driving funk. Deptford Northern Soul Club Records 7"