10. Sharon Scott - (Putting My Heart Under) Lock And Key
11. Kenny Carter - What's That On Your Finger
12. Willie Hutch - Lucky To Be Loved By You
13. Garland Green - Ask Me For What You Want
14. James Walsh Gypsy Band - Cuz It's You, Girl
15. Bill Harris - Am I Cold Am I Hot
16. Charles Drain - Is This Really Love
17. The Brothers - Are You Ready For This
18. Grey & Hanks - Gotta Put Something In
19. The Nite-Liters - K-Jee
20. Trumains - Ripe For The Pickin'
Includes Northern Soul favourites plus rare and new-to-CD masters
Authoritative sleeve notes:
Recording giant RCA are used to coming first. The world’s largest manufacture of phonographs developed the first 331/3-rpm long play record, the first 45-rpm single, the first stereo recordings, the first stereo 8-track tape and the first quadraphonic recordings. They were also no stranger to hit records having secured the recording contract of Elvis Presley in 1955.
However, RCA failed miserably to recognize or understand the R&B/Soul boom of the sixties evening failing to hit with the former million-selling artist (and one of Elvis’ favourites) Roy Hamilton. Consequently, RCA, is one of the few collectable labels where the official stock copy 45 is rarer than the disc jockey promotional release…Northern Soul heaven!
Outta Sight proudly present the RCA Northern Soul legacy…keep the faith! - Outta Sight