Soul in Harmony: Vocal Groups 1967-1977 ()

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Soul in Harmony: Vocal Groups 1967-1977 - Various Artists
Track Listing
  1. Strange Voice
  2. Boom-A-Rang
  3. Baby (There's Nothing You Can Do)
  4. Since I've Been in Love
  5. You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
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  1. Strange Voice
  2. Boom-A-Rang
  3. Baby (There's Nothing You Can Do)
  4. Since I've Been in Love
  5. You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
  6. We Can Make It Baby
  7. Who's the Biggest Fool
  8. Just You Wait and See
  9. That Day When She Needed Me
  10. Be by Your Side
  11. Don't Have to Shop Around
  12. Anytime That You Want Me
  13. Waiting for Your Love
  14. Once Again
  15. Wait for Me
  16. Take Your Time
  17. Can't Get You Off My Mind
  18. Need Someone to Love
  19. Ooh, Baby Baby
  20. Love Be Not a Stranger
  21. I Won't Stand in Your Way
  22. Linda
  23. Heavenly Thing
  24. I'll Be Waiting
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Kent/Ace revive their Harmony soul series with 2013's Soul in Harmony: Vocal Groups 1965-1977, a 24-track collection of little-heard soul from the golden age of harmony groups (six of the tracks are unreleased). Strictly speaking, this collection runs to 1979, not 1977 (that's the date the shimmering "Baby (There's Nothing That You Can Do)" by the Joneses showed up on Spring, and there's a 1984 version of "Once Again" by Nightchill included for licensing reasons), and most of the cuts were recorded somewhere between 1968 ...

Soul in Harmony: Vocal Groups 1967-1977 2013, Kent

UPC: 029667240925

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Soul in Harmony: Vocal Groups 1967-1977 2013, Ace

UPC: 029667057127

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