Label: Delta Music - 26440 • Format: CD Compilation • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul
Sweet Things - Various - The Cream Of Northern Soul (CD)

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  1. The Cream Of Northern Soul (A Unique Collection Of Original Soul Grooves). Box Set 3 x 1 CD - NSB CD1 titled Volume 1 - Groovin' At The Go-Go NS total playing time CD2 titled Volume 2 - Let's Get Together NS total playing time CD3 titled Volume 3 - Keep The Faith NS total playing time Offer Count: 2.

  2.  · Northern Soul: Cream of 60's Soul Review. For this two-CD, track compilation, the concept is Northern soul: rare, dance-oriented '60s soul that has developed an enduring cult following in England, that is. You'll find some artists here who had hits, though you won't find their big hits on the disc themselves: Eddie Holman, the O'Jays, the Manhattans, Martha Reeves, Bobby Womack, the Olympics, Jackie Lee, the Ad-Libs, David Ruffin, Edwin Starr.9/

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