Dancing By Myself - Lost In Northern Soul - Various Artists

Dancing By Myself - Lost In Northern Soul
•    Classic northern soul from the vaults including a host of small time gems from the plethora of early ‘60s indie labels in the States and beyond

•    Including the Latin boogaloo of Johnny Zamot, the marvellously named Johnny Appalachian’s breathtaking ‘Up In Smoke’ and The Van Dellos’ infectious ‘I Need You

•    With the invariably oddball Esquirita masquerading as Eskew Reeder for his take on ‘Green Door’ and The Five Royales’ aching opener ‘Catch That Teardrop

•    Remastered from original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine’s Dave Henderson


1.    CATCH THAT TEARdrop – The Five Royales
2.    KEEP ON LOVING ME – Joe Stubbs
3.    WHAT I REALLY MEANT TO SAY – Don and Juan
5.    HONKY TONK WOMAN – The Fabulous Playboys
6.    BABY I'M COMING HOME – Mack Rice
7.    FEVER – The Knockouts    
8.    NO MORE HEART – Sylvia Hill    
9.    UP IN SMOKE – Johnny Appalchian
10.    HEY MAMA    - Johnny Zamot
11.    WATCH YOUR STEP – Bobby Parker
12.    GREEN DOOR- Eskew Reeder
13.    SUMMERTIME - Tommy Navarro And The Sundialers     
14.    DON'T DO THIS TO ME – Cicero Blake
15.    I'M HURTING – Billy Gales    
16.    THE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS (OF TODAY) – James Conwell    
18.    MISS ORANGATANG – Lincoln Chase
19.    THE WATUSI – The Vibrations    
20.    MY HEART IS ON FIRE – Billy Bland    
21.    WHAT HAVE I DONE     - Jimmy Rogers
22.    DANCE BY YOURSELF – Justin Jones    
23.    IF I NEVER GET TO LOVE YOU – Lou Johnson
24.    STOP KNOCKIN' – Juanita Nixon    
25.    I NEED YOU - The Van Dellos     
26.    PUT A RING ON MY FINGER – Sue Perrin    
27.    A FAT BOY CAN CRY – Billy Stewart

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