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West Coast Soul '66
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Various Artists

West Coast Soul '66 Default Title

RSD 2022

soul music in los angeles was nearing its peak in 1966.

the pre-eminent company was of course the giant capitol records and the uptempo songs that they released at the time still retain great power and attraction for many dancers today. but there were several small, private concerns making soul music, looking for that one big hit, and singers who were trying to find the break that would take their careers onto a new and higher plane. this album nods towards capitol but concentrates on the varying styles of soul that the smaller, more agile labels released at the time. many of these have been overlooked for far too long now, but here is the perfect opportunity to find out just how strong and varied the west coast soul scene really was in the middle of the 1960s.


  1. walk on back to you - fred hughes
  2. stop shoving me around - the delicates
  3. stranger at my door - fuller bros
  4. i can't get over losing your love - the incredibles
  5. this thing called love - johnny wyatt
  6. i'm moanin' - rose brooks
  7. the hurt still lingers on - mickie champion
  8. silent treatment - arin demain
  9. he gave me love - the delicates
  10. a losing battle - sims twins
  11. together forever - viola wills
  12. you don't have to have it - king floyd
  13. this feelin' i have - jimmy gresham
  14. sneakin' up on you - lil & rene
  15. the worst thing a man can do - claude huey
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