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"This Is Mod" is part of a new series aimed at vinyl buyers who want a genre specific compilation to excite their ears. They will appeal to long-standing, discerning music acolytes and recent converts alike. Two sides of fantastic music, at an affordable price, hand-picked with TLC from Ace and it's associated catalogues. Compiled by Dean Rudland, who also writes the liner notes, "This Is Mod" takes you to the darkened cellars of Soho, where everyone is wearing the sharpest clothes and dancing to the finest most danceable sounds from Black America. Soul, R&B and a touch of jazz are the order of the day. Within the grooves we have gritty southern soul from Clarence Carter and Jimmy Hughes, the sound of Memphis courtesy of James Carr, Danny White and Timmy Thomas, and R&B from Lowell Fulsom and Richard Berry. There's also nascent northern soul from, amongst others, Mary Love and Darrow Fletcher, making "This Is Mod" the perfect intro for those who want the best music to go with their mohair.
"This Is Mod" is part of a new series aimed at vinyl buyers who want a genre specific compilation to excite their ears. They will appeal to long-standing, discerning music acolytes and recent converts alike. Two sides of fantastic music, at an affordable price, hand-picked with TLC from Ace and it's associated catalogues. Compiled by Dean Rudland, who also writes the liner notes, "This Is Mod" takes you to the darkened cellars of Soho, where everyone is wearing the sharpest clothes and dancing to the finest most danceable sounds from Black America. Soul, R&B and a touch of jazz are the order of the day. Within the grooves we have gritty southern soul from Clarence Carter and Jimmy Hughes, the sound of Memphis courtesy of James Carr, Danny White and Timmy Thomas, and R&B from Lowell Fulsom and Richard Berry. There's also nascent northern soul from, amongst others, Mary Love and Darrow Fletcher, making "This Is Mod" the perfect intro for those who want the best music to go with their mohair.
029667511513
This Is Mod 1960-1968 / Various (Uk)
Artist: This Is Mod 1960-1968 / Various
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order (2-3 days) $19.63
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DISC: 1

1. Looking for a Fox - Clarence Carter
2. Money (That's What I Want) - Lonnie Mack ; the Charmaines
3. Hi Heel Sneakers - Jimmy Hughes
4. Camel Walk - the Ikettes
5. Have Love Will Travel - Richard Berry ; the Pharaohs
6. Sundown - the Merced Blue Notes
7. Talkin' Woman - Lowell Fulsom
8. The Pain Gets a Little Deeper - Darrow Fletcher
9. Lay This Burden Down - Mary Love
10. Keep My Woman Home - Danny White
11. Elijah Rockin' with Soul (45 Version) - Hank Jacobs
12. Coming Back to Me Baby - James Carr
13. I Can't Stop (No, No, No) - Arthur Conley
14. It's My Life - Timmy Thomas

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"This Is Mod" is part of a new series aimed at vinyl buyers who want a genre specific compilation to excite their ears. They will appeal to long-standing, discerning music acolytes and recent converts alike. Two sides of fantastic music, at an affordable price, hand-picked with TLC from Ace and it's associated catalogues. Compiled by Dean Rudland, who also writes the liner notes, "This Is Mod" takes you to the darkened cellars of Soho, where everyone is wearing the sharpest clothes and dancing to the finest most danceable sounds from Black America. Soul, R&B and a touch of jazz are the order of the day. Within the grooves we have gritty southern soul from Clarence Carter and Jimmy Hughes, the sound of Memphis courtesy of James Carr, Danny White and Timmy Thomas, and R&B from Lowell Fulsom and Richard Berry. There's also nascent northern soul from, amongst others, Mary Love and Darrow Fletcher, making "This Is Mod" the perfect intro for those who want the best music to go with their mohair.
        
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