CD She's a Heartbreaker: 20 Blue Eyed Soul Stings UK Floor Fillers, Vol. 4 (CD 4361057),
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She's a Heartbreaker: 20 Blue Eyed Soul Stings UK Floor Fillers, Vol. 4

  • 1. She's a Heartbreaker - Dave Hunter
    2. Nowhere to Run - Tina Harvey
    3. Hush - Kris Ife
    4. Soulful Lady - Jonathan Kane
    5. Jack & the Beanstalk - Johnny Curtis
    6. Gettin' on Back - The Globe Show
    7. Spark That Lights the Flame, The - Margo
    8. I Can't Stand It - James Royal
    9. Hold It Baby - Slam Creepers
    10. Inside, Outside, Upside Down - Al Torino
    11. Satisfaction - Una Valli
    12. Yesterday Is a Thousand Years Away - Johnny Tame
    13. Flower in My Hand - Joe E. Young & the Toniks
    14. Who's Fooling Who - The Amboy Dukes
    15. Can't Get It into My Head - The Underground
    16. Pretty Woman - Kevin "King" Lear
    17. Lady Pearl - Currant Kraze
    18. My Love - Ronnie Jones
    19. Only Kind of Girl, The - The New Jump Band
    20. Ain't No Soul - Kenny Bernard
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 7026

  • Credits
    ProducerJude Holmes; Nick Saloman (Compilation)

    The British truly love soul music, and though they may be better at importing rare records (and performers) than actually getting on the good foot themselves, that's not to say there haven't been plenty of real gems cut by U.K. R&B mavens, and Nick Saloman's fourth CD collection of rare blue-eyed soul singles from Old Blighty delivers some solid grooves and passionate vocal turns. Dave Hunter's cover of "Heartbreaker" (a hit for Gene Pitney which was co-written by Jerry "Swamp Dogg" Williams) gives the fine original a run for its money, Una Valli's swinging take on "Satisfaction" reveals that there was some potent R&B being produced in apartheid-era South Africa, expatriate soul diva Madeline Bell lends her vocal talents to "Can't Get It into My Head" by the Underground, Johnny Curtis manages to make the fairy tale lyrics of "Jack and the Beanstalk" sound tough and soulful despite themselves, and Tina Harvey's "Nowhere to Run" puts an effective new spin on Holland-Dozier-Holland's Motown classic. Kenny Bernard may have been setting himself up for cruel jokes with a song titled "Ain't No Soul," but the tune is a powerful Northern Soul groover with a spirited production, and Irish vocalist Margo manages a similar feat with "The Spark That Lights the Flame." And both Currant Kraze and Slam Creepers have the good sense to make music that's far less laughable than their names. She's a Heartbreaker is a better than average sampling of U.K. R&B and fans of the soulful side of British Beat would do well to give it a spin. ~ Mark Deming

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