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Dancing 'til Dawn

  • 1. Last Minute Miracle - The Shirelles
    2. Help Me - Al Wilson
    3. This Man - Wally Cox
    4. Woman Lover Thief - Stemmons Express
    5. One in a Million - Maxine Brown
    6. Come Back Baby - Nella Dodds
    7. Everything Is Everything - Sandy Waddy
    8. Marching - Camp
    9. Out on the Streets Again - Candy & the Kisses
    10. Love, It's Getting Better - Groove
    11. Get on Up - The Esquires
    12. Desiree - The Charts
    13. Do You Believe It - Jack Montgomery
    14. I'm Your Yes Man - Clarence Reid
    15. Work Song - Tommy Hunt
    16. These Chains of Love (Are Breaking Me Down) - Chuck Jackson
    17. Ain't That Peculiar - George Tindley
    18. Stop Sign - Mel Wynn
    19. Ain't No Soul (Left in These Ole Shoes) - Ronnie Milsap
    20. Name It and Claim It - Darryl Stewart
    21. Tightrope - Bobby Martin
    22. You Busted My Mind - Judy Clay
    23. Love Is a Good Foundation - Leslie Uggams
    24. There Comes a Time - Eartha Kitt
    25. I Don't Have a Mind of My Own - B.J. Thomas
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 106

  • Credits
    ProducerChuck Jackson; Ralph Bailey; Gene Chandler; Bob Schwaid; Huey P. Meaux; Johnny Terry; Luther Dixon; Steve Tyrell; Buddy Killen; Ady Croasdell (Compilation)

    Performers include: Eartha Kitt, Leslie Uggams, B.J. Thomas, Wally Cox.
    Contains 25 tracks.
    Liner Note Author: Harboro Horace.
    Photographer: Paul Slattery.
    Arrangers: Tom Tom; Robert Banks; Richard Rome; Richard Tee; Richard Evans .
    A rather bland Northern Soul collection with only a handful of stellar performances out of the 25-tracks. Two selections from B. J. Thomas "I Don't Have A Mind Of My Own" and Ronnie Milsap's "Ain't No Soul (Left In These Old Shoes)," get soulful treatments from the blue eye soul singers. Jack Montgomery, unfamiliar to most (he only cut a handful of 45's) does "Do You Believe It"; the soulful Detroit singer never got a smidgen of recognition in the States. Strangely includes, the Esquires' "Get On Up" a successful record that's not traditional Northern Soul, and The Chart's doo wopish "Desiree." This compilation is hard to get into, too many weak spots. Also contains Pop/R&B tracks by Leslie Uggams," Eartha Kitt, and an obscure Shirelles' tune "Last Minute Miracle." ~ Andrew Hamilton

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