Tag: cd

The Jam's Sound Affects Deluxe CD

It's soon to be 30 years since The Jam released the Sound Affects album. Not something the record label could pass by, so watch out for the The Jam's Sound Affects Deluxe Edition. In fact, watch out for it on November 1st, a two-disc affair that promises eight previously unheard […]

Cellarful of Motown 4 CD

Yes, those Motown cellars keep on giving, enough to produce the Cellarful of Motown Volume 4 CD. We're talking 50 never before heard tunes from Motown, headed up by 'Why Don't You Come Home', a previously-unheard 1968 track by Stevie Wonder, along with stomper 'Born To Be Bad' by Edwin […]

Northern rarities CD reviewed

We flagged this up a while back, now we have a review online of Northern Soul's Classiest Rarities Volume 4. Neil Henderson has done the review of the latest Kent Northern rarities CD, as ever packed with lesser-known tunes deserving of a wider audience. Check it out now – the […]

Keb Darge & Little Edith's Rockin' R'n'B

It might not be the only release of its kind on the BBE label, because Keb Darge & Little Edith’s Legendary Rockin’ R&B album is described as the first in a 'series', setting out to expose lesser known or forgotten lights of R&B music from the 50s and 60s. Interestingly, […]

Sehorn's Soul Farm CD reissue

I'll be honest, I don't recall an original, but according to Charly Records, Sehorn's Soul Farm is the reissue of a vinyl compilation first seen in 1982. The reissue is a double CD, offering up the original 1982 release and a second volume that was released in 1986, both volumes […]

Northern Soul Classics CD review

Not content with producing the Original Mod Classics CD, the same label has also brought out Northern Soul: 20 Original Classics. And like the last one, we've gone and reviewed it. Same formula, similar price – even got the same bloke doing the sleevenotes (Paolo Hewitt). Different tracklisting obviously. Anyway, […]

20 Original Mod Classics review

Pretty much as it says, the budget collection of mod tunes we flagged up last week is now review, that being 20 Original Mod Classics. Yes, there are 20 tracks, collectively very cheap too at £3.97. But does cheap mean cheap or cheerful? You'll have to read on to find […]

Northern Soul's Classiest Rarities 4

Must have missed this one when it sneaked out a couple of weeks back, but Northern Soul's Classiest Rarities Volume 4 is worth flagging up for fans of rare 60s soul. Out, as you would expect on Kent via Ace, the 24-track CD packs in a number of big money […]