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Living the Nightlife

  • 1. Carlena - The Just Brothers
    2. Dearly Beloved - Jack Montgomery
    3. Black Eyed Girl - Billy Thompson
    4. Livin' the Nightlife - The Charts
    5. Groovy Guy - The Shirelles
    6. It's Torture - Maxine Brown
    7. Gonna Give Her All the Love I've Got - Benny Gordon
    8. I Refuse to Give Up - Clarence Reid
    9. Send My Baby Back - Freddie Hughes
    10. Good Things Come to Those Who Wait - Chuck Jackson
    11. Do You Love Me Baby - The Masqueraders
    12. Please Stay - The Ivories
    13. Pretty Part of You, The - Tommy Hunt
    14. My Sweet Baby - The Esquires
    15. Love Ain't What It Used to Be - The Diplomats
    16. Yesterday's Kisses - Big Maybelle
    17. (Happiness Will Cost You) One Thin Dime - Bettye LaVette
    18. I Want You - Judy Clay
    19. Since I Found a Love - Sandy Hadley
    20. Love Keeps Me Crying - Walter Johnson
    21. You Can't Keep a Good Man Down - The Gentlemen Four
    22. I Don't Want to Lose You - Mel Wynn
    23. Look My Way - Maurice Williams
    24. You Must Be Losing Your Mind - Jimmie Raye
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 104

  • Credits
    ProducerDionne Warwick; John Terry; Barry Richards; Stan Green; Herman Lewis; Danny Jordan; Lonnie Hewitt; Tommy Cogbill; Tony Bruno; Buddy Killen; Ady Croasdell (Compilation)

    Performers include: Maxine Brown, Chuck Jackson, Esquires, Big Maybelle, Judy Clay, Betty Lavette.
    Contains 24 songs, including previously unreleased tracks.
    Liner Note Author: Ady Croasdell.
    Arrangers: Dale Warren; Andrew "Mike" Terry; George Andrews; Bert de Coteaux.
    Kent Records has set the standard for various-artists CDs in the U.K., displaying as much care with the packaging as they do compiling the songs, and this compilation features another sterling line-up of soul rarities and classics. Jack Montgomery's excellent "Dearly Beloved," for instance, is worth a fortune on 45, and you'll search long and hard to find a copy of Walter Johnson's obscure "Love Keeps Me Crying." Fred Hughes' "Send My Baby Back" was a mild R&B hit and Maxine Brown's "It's Torture" should have been. Big Maybelle is always magic, and the Shirelles' "Groovy Guy" is one girl group gem that you've probably never heard, featuring some male group sounds too. Living the Nightlife's 24 tracks offer plenty for the ears, and the packanging is easy on the eyes as well. ~ Andrew Hamilton

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