James Brown and His Famous Flames-Please, Please, Please

James Brown and His Famous Flames

Review by William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide
Though James Brown and His Famous
Flames had scored an R&B Top 10 hit in 1956 with "Please, Please, Please," and Brown's next nine singles for Federal Records flopped until "Try Me," his third single of 1958, scored. That was when King Records (Federal's parent label) assembled this, Brown's debut album, out of some of those singles sessions. You can hear the sound of a group and its enthusiastic singer looking for a hit, sometimes in the rock & roll of "Chonnie-On-Chon" (1957) or the 1956 B-side "I Feel That Old Feeling Coming On," sometimes by remaking "Please, Please, Please" under another name, such as "I Don't Know" (1956), sometimes by tackling Coasters-like novelty material such as "That Dood It" (1958), sometimes by aping the smooth Sam Cooke, as on the 1958 B-side "That's When I Lost My Heart," and once by rewriting "My Bonnie (Lies Over The Ocean)" as the 1958 B-side "Baby Cries Over The Ocean." Only the two hits were really memorable, but the album presented the sound of a major star-to-be in search of his sound.

1. Please Please Please
2. Chonnie-On-Chon
3. Hold My Baby's Hand
4. I Feel That Old Feeling Coming On
5. Just Won't Do Right
6. Baby Cries Over The Ocean
7. I Don't Know
8. Tell Me What I Did Wrong
9. Try Me
10. That Dood It
11. Begging Begging
12. I Walked Alone
13. No No No No
14. That's When I Lost My Heart
15. Let's Make It
16. Love Or A Game

James Brown and His Famous Flames-Please, Please, Please


The Fabulous Wailers

The Original Golden Crest Masters- The Fabulous Wailers-

Review by Steve Huey, All Music Guide
Sometimes known simply as the Wailers, The Original Golden Crest Masters officially reissues 16 sides cut by the Fabulous Wailers in the late '50s and early '60s, including their influential version of "Louie Louie" and their biggest hit, "Tall Cool One.

1. Tall Cool One
2. Road Runner
3. Mau-Mau
4. Dirty Robber
5. Wailin'
6. Shanghied
7. Beat Guitar
8. Driftwood
9. Lucille
10. Scratchin'
11. Long Gone
12. High Wall
13. Gunnin' For Peter
14. Why Did It Happen To Me
15. Swing Shift
16. Beat Guitar #2
17. Snake Pit
18. Driftwood #2
19. Dirty Robber
20. Tough Bounce

The Original Golden Crest Masters- The Fabulous Wailers


Northern Soul Connoisseurs

Northern Soul Connoisseurs

Review by Amazon.co.uk
Another week, another northern soul compilation. Ho hum. Thankfully, Northern Soul Connoisseurs is anything but a routine collection. Following on from the superb Motown Connoisseurs, this 18 tracker is once again compiled by eminent northern DJ Richard Searling--and what a selection. As well as a clutch of celebrated classics, including the scene's ultimate anthem, Frank Wilson's "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)", there's a smattering of highly sought after rarities. The previously unreleased Motown cut "He Who Picks A Rose" by Jimmy Ruffin a number one sound on the scene, so its inclusion is an especially timely masterstroke. Other Motor City marvels include The Supremes jaw-droppingly stupendous "Stormy" and the CD debut of Earl Van Dyke's instrumental mod fave "6 X 6". More familiar perhaps, but equally welcome are Terry Callier's "Look At Me Now", Edwin Starr's "Back Street", Tony Clarke's "Landslide" and The Originals stampeding floor stomper "Suspicion". In short, there's not a single dud track and with its deft mix of the rare and the renowned, Northern Soul Connoisseurs is essential for fervent collectors and northern novices alike. --Chris King

1. He Who Picks A Rose - Ruffin, Jimmy
2. Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) - Wilson, Frank
3. 6x6 - Van Dyke, Earl
4. Look At Me Now - Callier, Terry
5. Stormy - The Supremes
6. The Way You've Been Acting - Kent, Al
7. Worth Every Tear I Cry - Warwick, Dee Dee
8. Key To My Happiness - The Charades
9. Learning To Trust My Man - Sisters Love
10. Landslide - Clarke, Tony Listen
11. Baby Hit And Run - The Contours
12. Suspicion - Originals Listen
13. Moody Woman - Butler, Jerry
14. Love Love Love - Hebb, Bobby
15. Back Street - Starr, Edwin
16. The Boogaloo Party - The Flamingos
17. It's Better To Have (And Don't Need) - Covay, Don

Northern Soul Connoisseurs


The Spirit of '67- Paul Revere and the Raiders

Paul Revere & The Raiders-

Review by William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide

The Spirit of '67, Paul Revere and the Raiders' third gold-selling, Top Ten album to be released in 1966, marked the triumph of the group's in-house writing team of lead singer Mark Lindsay, Paul Revere, and producer Terry Melcher. "Hungry," the Top Ten follow-up to "Kicks," was written, like the earlier hit, by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, but Lindsay-Revere-Melcher then hit the Top 40 with "The Great Airplane Strike" and the Top Ten with "Good Thing." (Actually, Revere was not a writer on "Good Thing," as subsequent releases indicated.) Those hits anchored this collection, which was filled out by showcases for bassist Phil Volk and drummer Mark Smith (guitarist Drake Levin had been replaced by Jim Valley), plus some secondary material by the group's leaders. As usual, they were listening closely to their peers, and much of the material had the twangy guitar-rock sound common to 1966, though some of the experimental eclecticism that would lead to the elaborate productions of 1967's Sgt. Pepper psychedelic era was also apparent in songs like "Oh! To Be a Man" and "Undecided Man" (the latter a near-copy of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby"). This stylistic trend-following did not bode well for the future, but for the moment Paul Revere and the Raiders were riding high. The CD reissue on Sundazed adds three bonus cuts, including the 45-single version of "The Great Airplane Strike," and an alternate version of "Hungry."

1. Good Thing - (featuring Mark)
2. All About Her - (featuring Mark)
3. In My Community - (featuring Fang)
4. Louise - (featuring Mark)
5. Why? Why? Why? (Is It So Hard) - (featuring Fang)
6. Oh! To Be A Man - (featuring Mark)
7. Hungry - (featuring Mark)
8. Undecided Man - (featuring Mark)
9. Our Candidate - (featuring Smitty)
10. 1001 Arabian Nights - (featuring Mark)
11. Great Airplane Strike, The - (featuring Mark)
12. Bad Girl, (You're A) - (reissue only, featuring Mark)
13. Hungry - (reissue only, alternate version, featuring Mark)
14. Great Airplane Strike, The - (mono, reissue only, featuring Mark)

The Spirit of '67- Paul Revere and the Raiders


Back to Peru: The Most Complete Compilation of Peruvian Underground 64-74

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1. Bailemos - Termits
2. Abrazame Baby - Los Yorks
3. Tema De Los Golden Stars - Golden Stars
4. Stone - Texao
5. Pasos En La Luna - Los Mutables
6. Holys Psicodelicos - Los Holys
7. No Te Puedo Encontrar - Los 007
8. Los Extranos - Pina Y Sus Estrellas
9. Pa Pa Pa - Hot Butters Sound
10. You Gotta Try - Ringers
11. Glue - New Juggler Sound
12. Wiched Man - Smog
13. Eleva Tu Mente - Los Comandos
14. World Full Of Nuts - Laghonia
15. Mi Cueva - El Polen
16. Una Bruja En El Cuzco - El Opio
17. Tookie Tookie - Telegraph Avenue
18. Funky Man - Black Sugar
19. Candela - Zulu
20. Exorcismo - Pax
21. Meshkalina - Traffic Sound
22. Sonido Amazunico - Los Mirlos

Back to Peru: The Most Complete Compilation of Peruvian Underground 64-74


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Brian Poole & The Tremeloes -Twist And Shout & It's About Time

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Disc 1
1. Twist and Shout
2. Twenty Miles
3. If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody
4. You Don't Love Me Anymore (And I Can Tell)
5. Meet Me Where We Used to Meet
6. Don't Be Afraid Little Darlin'
7. We Know
8. Alley Oop
9. Baby Workout
10. Over the Mountain, Across the Sea
11. Twist Little Sister
12. Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home)
13. Run Back Home
14. South Street
15. Peanuts
16. Keep On Dancing [From Just for Fun]
17. Twenty Miles
18. Come On In
19. Swinging On a Star
20. Yakety Yak

Disc 2
1. Time Is On My Side
2. Someone, Someone
3. You Can't Sit Down
4. I Could Make You Love Me
5. Rag Doll
6. After a While
7. Chills
8. Times Have Changed
9. Hands Off
10. Uncle Willie
11. Michael Row the Boat Ashore
12. What Do You Want With My Baby?
13. Song of a Broken Heart
14. Heard It All Before
15. Well Who's That?
16. Time Is On My Side
17. Sho' Miss You Baby
18. It's All Right
19. You Don't Own Me

Brian Poole & The Tremeloes -Twist And Shout & It's About Time