British 60s Soul

Jason Barnard selects his favourite British Sixties soul cuts from legendary to cult.

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  1. Carl Douglas And The Big Stampede – Crazy Feeling (Single A-side, Go, 1966)
  2. Terry Reid With Peter Jay’s Jaywalkers – This Time (Single B-side to The Hand Don’t Fit The Glove, Columbia, 1967)
  3. Van Morrison – Beside You (New York Sessions ’67, Burning Airlines, 1996)
  4. Sharon Tandy – Stay With Me (Single A-side, Atlantic, 1967)
  5. Small Faces – Tin Soldier (Single A-side, Immediate, 1967)
  6. P.P. Arnold – Eleanor Rigby (Kafunta, Immediate, 1968)
  7. Una Valli with The Flames ‎– (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (Soul Meeting, Page One, 1968)
  8. Geno Washington And The Ram Jam Band – Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Holdin’ On With Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band, Acid Jazz, 2013 rec 1968)
  9. Timebox – Beggin’ (Single A-side, Deram, 1968)
  10. Five And A Penny – You Don’t Know Where Your Interest Lies (Single A-side, Polydor, 1968)
  11. The Stone Graphics – Traveller Man (Single A-side, Parlophone, 1968)
  12. Dave Antony – Hide And Seek (Single A-side, Mercury, 1968)
  13. Joe Cocker – Do I Still Figure in Your Life? (With a Little Help from My Friends, Regal Zonophone, 1969)
  14. James Royal – House Of Jack (Single A-side, CBS, 1969)
  15. Blind Faith – Presence Of The Lord (Blind Faith, Polydor, 1969)
  16. Dusty Springfield – To Love Somebody (The Complete BBC Sessions, Universal, 1997 rec 1970)

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