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VA - Soul City Detroit: Motor City Labels and the Dawn of Soul Music (2013)

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Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Soul City Detroit: Motor City Labels and the Dawn of Soul Music
Year Of Release: May 21, 2013
Label: Fantastic Voyage
Genre: Soul, R&B
Quality: MP3 | FLAC (tracks.+cue.+log)
Bitrate: 320 kbps | lossless
Total Time: 157:10 Min
Total Size: ~360 Mb |~515 Mb
WebSite: itunes

VA - Soul City Detroit: Motor City Labels and the Dawn of Soul Music (2013)


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Tracklist:

CD1
1 Falcons / 1962 - I Found A Love
2 Falcons / 1959 - Goddes Of Angels
3 Sherri Taylor & Singin' Sammy Ward / 1960 - Oh Lover
4 Sherri Taylor & Singin' Sammy Ward / 1960 - That's Why I Love You So Much
5 Contours / 1961 - The Stretch
6 Contours / 1961 - Funny
7 Contours / 1962 - Claudia
8 Contours / 1962 - So Grateful
9 Contours / 1962 - The Old Miner
10 Contours / 1962 - You Better Get In Line
11 Five Quails / 1962 - Get To School On Time
12 Five Quails / 1962 - Been A Long Time
13 Downbeats / 1962 - Request Of A Fool
14 Downbeats / 1962 - Your Baby's Back
15 Mack Rice / 1962 - Baby I'm Coming Home
16 Mack Rice / 1962 - My Baby
17 Joe Stubbs / 1962 - Keep On Loving Me
18 Joe Stubbs / 1962 - What's My Destiny
19 Bobby Williams / 1962 - Tell It To My Face
20 Bobby Williams / 1962 - I'm Depending On Love
21 Gino Parks / 1962 - For This I Thank You
22 Gino Parks / 1961 - That's No Lie
23 Gino Washington / 1962 - I'm A Coward
24 Gino Washington / 1962 - Puppet On A String
25 Singin' Sammy Ward / 1962 - Part Time Love
26 Singin' Sammy Ward / 1962 - Someday Pretty Baby
27 Singin' Sammy Ward / 1961 - What Makes You Love Him
28 Wilson Pickett / 1962 - My Heart Belongs To You
29 Marvin Gaye / 1962 - It Hurt Me Too
30 Marvin Gaye / 1962 - Stubborn Kind Of Fellow

CD2
1 Marvelettes / 1962 - Playboy
2 Marvelettes / 1961 - All The Love I've Got
3 Marvelettes / 1962 - Beechwood 4-5789
4 Marvelettes / 1962 - Someday, Someway
5 Mary Wells / 1961 - I'm So Sorry
6 Mary Wells / 1962 - The One Who Really Loves You
7 Mary Wells / 1961 - I'm Gonna Stay
8 Mary Wells / 1962 - Two Lovers
9 Mary Wells / 1962 - Operator
10 Corvells / 1962 - He's So Fine
11 Primettes / 1961 - Tears Of Sorrow
12 Primettes / 1961 - Pretty Baby
13 Nathaniel Mayer & The Fabulous Twilights / 1962 - Village Of Love
14 Nathaniel Mayer & The Fabulous Twilights / 1962 - I Want A Woman
15 Lamont Dozier / 1962 - Dearest One
16 Lamont Dozier / 1962 - Fortune Teller Tell Me
17 Saundra Mallett & The Vandellas / 1962 - Camel Walk
18 Saundra Mallett & The Vandellas / 1962 - It's Gonna Be Hard Times
19 Hattie Littles / 1962 - Here You Come
20 Hattie Littles / 1962 - Your Love Is Wonderful
21 Martha & The Vandellas / 1962 - I'll Have To Let Him Go
22 Martha & The Vandellas / 1962 - My Baby Won't Come Back
23 Vells / 1962 - You'll Never Cherish A Love So True
24 Vells / 1962 - There He Is (At My Door)
25 Pirates / 1962 - Mind Over Matter
26 Pirates / 1962 - I'll Love You 'Till I Die
27 Supremes / 1962 - Let Me Go The Right Way
28 Supremes / 1962 - Time Changes Things
29 Miracles / 1962 - You've Really Got A Hold On Me
30 Miracles / 1962 - Happy Landing

Fantastic Voyage embarks on a new series, Soul City, exploring the music being produced in key centres in the early 1960s, when R&B was evolving into the style that was soon widely referred to as soul. And what better city to start in than Detroit?

In recent times, any musical mention of Detroit and the 1960s has yielded a default response of ‘Motown', and while Hitsville USA, as the Corporation's headquarters on West Grand Boulevard was known, certainly served to put the city firmly on the map, there was a time early in the decade when the Motown Recording Corporation was but a bit-part player in the musical output.

In 1962, Detroit was in a state of musical transition from the relatively primitive productions of Joe Von Battle's JVB label, and Devora and Jack Brown's Fortune Records, to a more evolved R&B sound. Before Berry Gordy Jr had laid the foundations for his Motown empire, Robert West had originated a similar formative enterprise with multiple labels culminating, in January 1962, with Lu Pine Records. Despite the proliferation of recordings, it wasn't until The Falcons charted in 1959 that West's company made any impact with national sales.

Compiled and annotated by soul music authority Clive Richardson, Soul City Detroit presents a selection of the recordings which served to establish the musical direction of the Motor City into the era which became known as ‘soul'. R&B has continued to be the cover-all generic term for African-American music to this day, but with changing styles and increasing elements of sophistication within the music in the early 1960s, soul emerged into more common usage.

This compilation brings you a generous selection of early recordings by Motown stars including The Contours, Mary Wells and The Marvelettes, plus early hits by Marvin Gaye and The Miracles, and a chance to hear the evolution of The Primettes into The Supremes and the birth of Martha & The Vandellas. Also presented are the bluesy stylings of Sammy Ward and Gino Parks, Joe Stubbs and Mack Rice, along with the gospel-inspired vocals of Wilson Pickett, both leading The Falcons on ‘I Found a Love' and on an early solo track. This is where the SOUL era began in the Motor City!







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