I'm Hurting With a shouting intro a lot like Mohamed Ali or Amos n' Andy it evolves into a typical sixties R&B style Soul number.
My Babe Many Soul Club goers regarded this recording as Rock and Roll and Rocker music, but whats really the difference? Many Rock and Roll songs were popular for both Mods and Rockers e.g. Chuck Berry. This 45 was dug […]
Darling Don’t Come Back Simply brilliant. Lamenting horns very much like a Stax composition very Otis in its theme. More Info: SirShambling
I Worship The Ground You Walk On Deep Soul ballad, lamenting the loss of love. Also by Etta James and Jimmy Hughes.
Come Back To Me With an underlying beat sounding much like a Mary Wells song.
It’s Your Voodoo Working A great Northern Soul find, and Voodoo hoodoo seems to be a theme in some Soul tracks, but most are in Blues, e.g. Screaming Jay Hawkins. Love Potion number 9 etc.
Lady In Green Finger clicking good. Do Wop no doubt. But with a dance beat. Al the ‘2’s at 222 in Kev Roberts Top 500. AKA The Volumes. Here is another and its also great: I Have A Girl. (1965) […]
Hey Joe Quit a popular record at the Twisted Wheel, even though it was a pop chart hit; it was also a great blues record also. The Wheel at that time was in a blues appreciation phase. Many of the […]
Follow The Leader Has that lazy R&B style beat we got to like in the early 60’s.
Bobby Parker made one fantastic 45 that was huge at the Twisted Wheel: WATCH YOUR STEP – London 1961 WATCH YOUR STEP – Sue 1965 Bobby Parker was still going strong in 2003 where he appeared live on stage on a […]