Very tasty 7″ Soul, Funk & R&B groovers just landed…..


Rare Northern Soul 1964 US wide centred 7″ single from Chicago on Argo. Can’t You Hear The Beat is on the flip – find out more here
Super limited UK-only private press 7″ single. This sure is some deep & wicked Barbados funk from 1974 that was never issued as a single at the time, only the LP Creative Sounds Of The Organization was officially released & is oh-so rare. Also features Personality Scene – phwoaar! Find out more here
1966 UK 7″ single on a red & white textured label with ‘flaming sun’ logo & Cambridge Road address. Also includes Blues For A Frog, if you’re familiar with their version of Green Door then you’ll know to expect some top Hammond-led grooves from Mick Weaver & friends with arrangements by Syd Dale, nice period price stamp on the label too – find out more here
More vintage Island Records action, this time with Robert Parker’s irresistible groover ‘Barefootin’ – if that’s not enough then the Northern Soul classic Let’s Go Baby Where The Action Is on the flip should sort you out – find out more here
Very cool Mod Soul Groover from 1968 on the ever reliable Pama label, with four-prong centre intact & Keep Me Going on the b-side – nice company sleeve too! Find out more here
Classic Funky Northern Soul staple 1972 US wide centred 7″ single, also featuring You’ve Got The Love To Make Me Over – Sliced Tomatoes was sampled by Norman Cook/Fatboy Slim for Rockerfeller Skank but try not to let that put you off! Find out more here
Very tasty 1968 French wide centred 7″ single from the duo who gave us Mockingbird, also featuring Undecided, nice picture sleeve too! Find out more here
Limited 1980 UK 7″ vinyl single playing the same 2:13 Northern Soul tune both sides, a big hit at Wigan Casino. A no brainer – it’s this or a four figure sum for a crackly original! Find out more here
1970 US wide centred 7″ single, a great Funk nod to the Sly & The Family Stone classic – find out more here


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