Download Northern Soul Collection Vol.1
Northern Soul Collection Vol.1
Northern Soul Collection Vol.1
A collection of rare northern soul tunes.

Tracklist:
1. Eddie Parker - I'm gone
2. Bobbie Smith - Miss stronghearted
3. Junior Lewis - Tears on my face
4. Otis Lee - Hard row to hoe
5. Edward Hamilto...
A collection of rare northern soul tunes.

Tracklist:
1. Eddie Parker - I'm gone
2. Bobbie Smith - Miss stronghearted
3. Junior Lewis - Tears on my face
4. Otis Lee - Hard row to hoe
5. Edward Hamilton and the Arabians - Baby don't you weep
6. George Freeman - Down and Out
7. Rickey Calloway & his N.T. Express - Get it right
8. Butlers - She tried to kiss me
9. The Precisions - If this is love
10. Ann Sexton - You've been gone too long
11. The Diplomats - Help me
12. Frankie Beverly and the Butlers - If that's what you wanted
13. Linda Queen - I feel the pain
14. Richard Brown - Gladness to sadness
15. The Classitors - Gettin' t'gether,man (black & blue)
16. Sheila Jack - I've got to have you

Northern soul is a music and dance movement that emerged independently in Northern England, the English Midlands, Scotland and Wales in the late 1960s from the British mod scene. Northern soul mainly consists of a particular style of black American soul music based on the heavy beat and fast tempo of the mid-1960s Tamla Motown sound.

The northern soul movement, however, generally eschews Motown or Motown-influenced music that has had significant mainstream commercial success. The recordings most prized by enthusiasts of the genre are usually by lesser-known artists, released only in limited numbers, often by small regional American labels such as Ric-Tic and Golden World Records (Detroit), Mirwood (Los Angeles) and Shout and Okeh (New York/Chicago).

Northern soul is associated with particular dance styles and fashions that grew out of the underground rhythm & soul scene of the late 1960s at venues such as the Twisted Wheel in Manchester. This scene and the associated dances and fashions quickly spread to other UK dancehalls and nightclubs like the Chateau Impney (Droitwich), Catacombs (Wolverhampton), the Highland Rooms at Blackpool Mecca, Golden Torch (Stoke-on-Trent) and Wigan Casino.

As the favoured beat became more uptempo and frantic, by the early 1970s, northern soul dancing became more athletic, somewhat resembling the later dance styles of disco and break dancing. Featuring spins, flips, karate kicks and backdrops, club dancing styles were often inspired by the stage performances of touring American soul acts such as Little Anthony & The Imperials and Jackie Wilson.

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, popular northern soul records generally dated from the mid-1960s. This meant that the movement was sustained (and "new" recordings added to playlists) by prominent DJs discovering rare and previously overlooked records. Later on, certain clubs and DJs began to move away from the 1960s Motown sound and began to play newer releases with a more contemporary sound.


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