Various – Let’s Throw A Rockin’ Soul Party 4


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The metamorphism of sounds featured in Let's Throw A Rockin' Soul Party Volume 04 is derived from rhythm & blues music with a "New Breed" influence from the up and coming stars of the genre. The change in the music was evident, strings and the Hammond organ were often added to the arrangements and the vocals were sweeter, and these performers were the infancy of Soul Music.

Track Listing:
Lloyd Nolan: 1. I Don't Know About You -   Bobby Bennett: 2. The Boss Turn -   Berna-Dean: 3. The World Keeps Changing -   Bobby Hendricks: 4. Busy Flirtin -   The Four Bars: 5. What's On Your Mind -   Lee Williams and The Moonrays: 6. I'm So In Love -   Ike and Tina Turner: 7. A Fool In Love -   The Orioles: 8. Hey Little Woman -   Eugene Church: 9. Without Soul -   Gene Martin: 10. Lonely Nights -   Roy And Gloria: 11. So Good, So Fine, You're Mine -   The Miracles feat. Bill "Smokey" Robinson: 12. Shop Around -   The Drifters: 13. Rat Race -   The Coasters: 14. (.Ain't That) Just Like Me -   Beverly Marcell: 15. Bevy's Got A Boyfriend -   The Five Keys: 16. Girl You Better Stop It -   The Knight Brothers: 17. Love (Can't You Hear Me) -   The Raindrops: 18. That Boy John -   Marvin Gaye: 19. Stubborn Kind Of Fellow -   Hank Ballard & The Midnighters: 20. That House On The Hill -   The Robins: 21. White Cliffs Of Dover -   The Danleers: 22. I'm Looking Around -   Mary Ann Fisher: 23. It's A Man’s World -   Sam Cooke: 24. Win Your Love For Me -   Billy Bland: 25. I Spend My Life Loving You -   Rivals: 26. Love Me -   Shirley Ellis: 27. The Nitty Gritty -   Little Jimmy Ray: 28. You Need To Fall In Love -   The Vocaleers: 29. The Cootie Snap -   Bernard Byers: 30. Sitting By The River -

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