Archive for the Northern Soul Category

Debbie Taylor Live @ Wilton 9/11/2013

Posted in 6Ts Soul, 7Ts Soul, Debbie Taylor, Deep Soul, Modern Soul, Northern Soul on November 13, 2013 by SoulSpinner

Inspired by my attendance at the Debbie Taylor gig at Wilton on Saturday 9th November 2013 spurred me to reactivate this blog after a long sabbatical. What a great lady and a true performer.  She did two sets, the first kicked off with probably her best know track on the Northern Soul circuit ‘Dont Nobody Mess With My Baby’ released in 1970 on GWP Grapevine #202. She followed this with ‘Never Gonna Let Him Know’ GWP-501 1969, ‘Check Yourself’, Decca #32259 1968, the previously unreleased ‘ All That I Have’ until issued on a Kent CD ‘GWP NYC TPB’ in 2005 in the UK and finished the first set with ‘Don’t Let It End’ and the flip side ‘How Long Can It Last’ issued in 1969 on GWP-510.

The second set opened with her modern soul classic from 1975 ‘Just Don’t Pay’ which was on the flip of ‘I Don’t Wanna Leave You’.

The Northern Soul Top 600

Posted in Northern Soul, Uncategorized on September 23, 2009 by SoulSpinner
Frank Wilson (1965) - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) (US Soul 35019)

Frank Wilson (1965) - Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) (US Soul 35019)

Just starting a series of posts of the top 600 Northern Soul records as defined in ‘The Nothern Soul Top 500’ by Kev Roberts (one of the original Wigan Casino DJs) over at my sister site http://soulstrutter.blogspot.com

Posts will include mp3, label scan and as much information I can find about the artist, label, history of the record.

The 600 includes the top 500 plus the 100 ‘bubbling under’. ENJOY

Ty Karim

Posted in 6Ts Soul, 7Ts Soul, Crossover, Darrell Banks, Darrell Banks, Ike & Tina Turner, Ike & Tina Turner, Larry Laster, Larry Laster, Modern Soul, Northern Soul, Ty Karim with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 13, 2009 by SoulSpinner

Ty KarimTy Karim along with her husband created the quality Northern Soul dancefloor favourite ‘Lighten Up Baby’ which has been appreciated by British Soul fans since the 1970s. Years later DJ Ian Clark started spinning the equally good uptempo ‘Ain’t That Love Enough’ which also found an appreciative home on the scene. As the scene opened up to include 1970s later sophisticated ‘Modern Soul’ songs such as the 1970s update ‘Lightin’ Up’ would be introduced.

It was also realised that Ty was also known as ‘Towana and the Total Destruction’ which introduced ‘Wear Your Natural Baby’. With a broadening range of songs by the artist being appreciated Kent explored putting together a definitive CD of her recordings. This lavishly produced CD has sweet sound from the mastertapes, extensive sleevenotes and a sense of care in its creation.

Ty was along with so many other artists such as Sandi Shelton, Bettye Swann or Dee Dee Warwick, a marvellous artist who never broke through to the mainstream. However the quality of her music is undeniable and this CD will be an essential purchase for fans of 60s and 70s soul music.

Sadly Ty is now deceased so this CD provides a fitting testament to a great talent whose appreciation genuinely does grow over the years.

Here is the story of a family of three black LA musicians that showcases the vocal talents of the wife and mother, Ty Karim. Her husband Kent Harris’ vocal career was largely over by the time she came into his life and he then spent most of his musical energy producing and promoting his wife’s soul recordings. 43 years on from those first recordings, the couple’s daughter Karime, now performs that wonderful music to the same UK fans who have searched out and appreciate the scarce releases of her parents over the last three decades.

Ty Karim

Ty Karim

Ty Karim was a stunning looking, tall and elegant LA soul singer with a raw emotive vocal delivery who recorded from the mid 60s to early 80s. Her recordings were mainly original dancefloor-inspired numbers; always very dynamic and great vehicles for her husky voice. The 60s tracks are Northern soul at its best and their rarity and excellence has put three of them into the £1000+ bracket, even though ‘You Really Made It Good To Me’ (Check price here) was issued on three different catalogue numbers. ‘You Just Don’t Know’ (Check price here)is the hugely expensive number, only ever issued on Kent Harris’ Romark label and now costing £3,000+, but worth it for those glorious vocals and the cascading piano fills alone. ‘Lighten Up Baby’ is another costly item whose full story could fill a book, given the time. Even the 70s remake of it, ‘Lightin Up’, is on the pricey side (Check price here) but like most of Ty’s 45s is a stunning double sider with a beautiful James Taylor, of all people, song on the flip.

60s Big Beat ballad fans should look out for the stunning ‘All At Once’ which may have passed them by as its flip commands such a high price. Due to heavy local sales ‘Help Me Get The Feeling’ is a relatively cheap (we’re talking hundreds not thousands) single but an equally great 60s Motownesque dancer.

The Complete Ty Karim - Los Angeles Soul Goddess

The Complete Ty Karim – Los Angeles Soul Goddess

Ty and Kent’s crossover funk ‘Wear Your Natural’ presaged the 70s soul sound that Ty also mastered. She worked through that decade with ‘Lightin’ Up’ the standout release, and then into the 80s, when her 12” collaboration with George Griffin ‘Keep On Doin’ Whatcha’ Doin’’ gained her new overseas fans. We are pleased to be able to include her prototype of that song ‘If I Can’t Stop You (I Can Slow You Down)’ as recorded by CB Overton and Johnny Bristol; it has got the Modern Room DJs licking their lips already.

Sadly Ty died in 1983, but with her daughter Karime living only a couple of miles from Ace, we’ve pieced together this fascinating story. It includes how a Northern soul fanzine article about her mother inspired Karime to move to the UK and eventually led to her singing her parents’ wonderful music to very appreciative crowds on today’s Northern Soul circuit. Kent Harris has given us complete access to all his master tapes and photographs and we have even found new material and alternative takes on some of Ty’s songs, including a great blues version of ‘Lighten Up Baby’. The musical clarity from the masters is particularly good too; given the understandably poor sound quality of previous bootlegs of the music.

From being an almost mythical and revered West Coast chanteuse, we can now appreciate and understand Ty Karim for the sublime artist she was.

By Ady Croasdell

Kent CDKEND 308

Ty Karim (2008) - The Complete Ty Karim Los Angeles Soul Godess (Kent 308)

Ty Karim (2008) – The Complete Ty Karim Los Angeles Soul Godess (Kent 308)

1 Lighten Up Baby

2 Help Me Get That Feeling Back Again

3 Ain’t That Love Enough

4 Only a Fool

5 All at Once

6 Lightin’ Up

7 Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight

8 Wear Your Natural, Baby

9 You Just Don’t Know

10 You Really Made It Good to Me

11 I Ain’t Lying

12 Take It Easy Baby

13 Don’t Make Me Do Wrong

14 Keep on Doin’ Whatcha’ Doin’

15 Keep on Doin’ Whatcha’ Doin’

16 Natural Do aka Wear Your Natural, Baby

17 I’m Leavin’ You

18 All in Vain

19 After Your Love Has Gone

20 All at Once [Alt Vocal]

21 Lighten Up Baby [Alt Vocal]

22 If I Can’t Stop You (I Can Slow You Down)

23 It Takes Money

Ty Karim [] – Lightin’ Up [US Romark 73-104]
Ty Karim (1974) - Lightin' Up (US Romark 73-104)

Ty Karim (1974) – Lightin’ Up (US Romark 73-104)

Towana & Total Destruction – Wear Your Natural Baby [US Romark RK 102]

Towana & The Total Destruction - Wear Your Natural, Baby (US Romark RK 102)

Towana & The Total Destruction – Wear Your Natural, Baby (US Romark RK 102)

Karime Kendra

Karime Kendra

Karime Kendra appeared at the Cleethorpes 6Ts Weekender in 2008 to perform the songs of her mother (Ty Karim). Heres a couple of clips of her performance.

Karime Kendra – Lightin’ Up Baby

Karime Kendra – Wear Your Natural Baby

Cleethorpes Weekender 2008

Weekender programme

Interview with Karime Kendra

Karime Kendra @ Facebook

Karime kendra @ Facebook2

Karime Kendra @ MySpace

Ty Karim & George Griffin Keep On Doin Watcha Doin [US Sheridan House]

Original version of the track by C.B. Overton [1977] – If I Can’t Stop You that also resurfaced by Johnny Bristol [1982] – If I Can’t Stop You on Handshake?

Ty Karim & George Griffin (1980) - 12 - 01 - Keep On Doin' Whatcha' Doin' (Sheridan House SH-78002)

Ty Karim & George Griffin (1980) – 12 – 01 – Keep On Doin’ Whatcha’ Doin’ (Sheridan House SH-78002)

Long Version

Ty Karim & George Griffin (1980) - Keep On Doin' Whatcha' Doin' (Konkord SH-78002)

Ty Karim & George Griffin (1980) – Keep On Doin’ Whatcha’ Doin’ (Konkord SH-78002)

Ty Karim [] – You Just Don’t Know [US Romark]

Ty Karim - You Just Don't Know (US Romark RK-113-B)

Ty Karim – You Just Don’t Know (US Romark RK-113-B)

Ty Karim [] – You Really Made It Good To Me [US Romark 113]

Ty Karim - You Really Made It Good To Me (Romark RK-112)

Ty Karim – You Really Made It Good To Me (Romark RK-112)

Ty Karim [] – I Ain’t Lying [US Roach 182]

Ty Karim [] – Lighten Up Baby [US Car-A-Mel K 1877]

Ty Karim - Lighten Up Baby (Car-A-Mel 1677)

Ty Karim – Lighten Up Baby (Car-A-Mel 1677)

3 more releases with the same backing track:

Ike & Tina Turner – Somebody, Somewhere Needs You [WB 5766]

Ike & Tina Turner (1966) - 45 - 01 - Somebody (Somewhere) Need You (UK WB 5766)

Ike & Tina Turner (1966) – 45 – 01 – Somebody (Somewhere) Need You (UK WB 5766)

Lyrics:

If someone you’d give your life for

Walks out on you

And you feel you have no one

No one else to turn to

Open up your heart

Stretch out your arms

Remember somebody else somewhere

Somebody, somewhere

Remember somebody else somewhere

Needs you… right now

They need you right now

If ever a pain in your heart

Makes you feel like crying

If at night, you just can’t sleep

Cause you can’t stop crying

Heartaches seem to multiply

Your eyes just won’t stay dry

Remember somebody else somewhere

Somebody, somewhere

Remember somebody else somewhere

Needs you… right now

They need you right now

Don’t worry bout the past

Hold your head up high

You’re gonna see a golden

Rainbow way up in the sky

Turn back the clock

Open up your heart

You’ll hear a knock

Oh, baby, I need you

Listen, in my arms

Is where you belong

I need you right now

I’ll never, never, never

Leave you, no, no

I need you right now

Baby, oh, baby

Sweet baby, I need you

Yes, I do, I need you.

Darrell Banks – Somebody, Somewhere Needs You

Larry Laster [] – Go For Yourself [Loma 2043]

Larry Laster - Go Gor Yourself (Loma 2043)

Larry Laster – Go Gor Yourself (Loma 2043)

Check price here

Darrow Fletcher – Discography UPDATE!

Posted in 6Ts Soul, 7Ts Soul, Darrow Fletcher, Modern Soul, Northern Soul on August 31, 2009 by SoulSpinner

Many thanks to Derek’s Daily 45s for the addition of the following 5 missing tracks from the Darrow Fletcher Discography.

Darrow Fletcher – Now Is The Time For Love (Part 2)

Darrow Fletcher – I Think I’m Gonna Write A Song

Darrow Fletcher – We Can’t Go On This Way

Darrow Fletcher – I Like The Way I Feel

Darrow Fletcher – I Gotta Know Why

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The remaining outstanding missing tracks are:
Dolly Baby [1971 ] Uni 55270
Try Something New [1975] Crossover 980
We’ve Got To get An Understanding [1976] Crossover 983
This Time I’ll Be The Fool [1976] Crossover 983
Let’s Get Together [1978] Atco 7083

It would be fantastic to have Darrow’s full discography available, so any assistance in finding these would be greatly appreciated.  I have found these tracks listed on a couple of record dealers sites and have contacted them but I think their sites are long out-of-date as I have had no response as yet.

P.S. Links available now for previous Ollie Nightingale & Lynn White post.

Darrow Fletcher

Posted in 6Ts Soul, Crossover, Darrow Fletcher, Northern Soul on August 24, 2009 by SoulSpinner
Darrow Fletcher

Darrow Fletcher

A child prodigy, Darrow Fletcher started singing when he was six years old. Everybody predicted stardom for the young crooner, who didn’t have a shy bone in his body. He recorded his first record while still a student at Hirsch High School; he later attended South Shore. Ironically, the song turned out to be his most popular recording. “The Pain Gets a Little Deeper” was a rough song for a 14-year-old to get into, or so one would think, but Fletcher belted it out as if he had just gone through a knockdown, drag-out divorce. Travels took him to the celebrated chitlin’ circuit, where he shared billings with other hot acts. He appeared on many television shows, not big ones like Dick Clark, but smaller soul shows like Ken Hawkins’ World of Soul in Cleveland, OH, and Soul Train when it was Chicago-based.

At least three more singles on Groovy Records didn’t come close to equaling the minimal success of his debut; he switched labels again and again, but sales never amounted to much. He recorded some solid singles, though; “Sitting There That Night” was a monster in Chicago, but never got much further than the city limits, due to Jacklyn Records’ small budget. He cut “What Good Am I Without You” (1968) for the same label with the same results. Chicago’s big city lifestyle, combined with his local success, got him flossy gigs at the Regal Theater with stars such as Stevie Wonder, Jimmy Ruffin, B.B. King, the Radiants, and others. His “The Way of a Man” (B-side of this listing) on Revue Records made CKLW’s (Detroit/Windsor) heavy rotation, notching well into the station’s Top 20 survey. Pushed and managed by his father, Fletcher tried but never signed to a label with deep pockets. He had two other releases on Revue Records that went totally unnoticed everywhere but at the Fletcher abode. In 1970, “Dolly Baby” b/w “What Is This” dropped on Uni Records, but made no noise. “Now Is the Time for Love” came out on Genna Records, another midget.

After a while, Fletcher gave up the dream. A Darrow Fletcher compilation isn’t on the market, and despite all his recordings, he never made an album. Some of his songs can be found from time to time on Northern soul websites playable via Real Audio. Some select cuts are on various Northern soul compilations, mostly imports, which can be hard to come by in the States. Other notable recordings include “What Have I Got,” “I’ve Gotta Know Why,” “My Judgement Day,” “Gotta Draw the Line,” and “My Young Misery,” the follow-up to “The Pain Gets a Little Deeper.”  Andrew Hamilton, All Music Guide

Darrow Fletcher Cleethorpes 2006

Darrow Fletcher Cleethorpes 2006

Discography
A full (?) 45 discography courtesy of Dave Rimmer at www.soulfulkindamusic.net.

Links included where appropriate (note link includes both A & B sides and any label scans). Any help filling in the gaps would be greatly appreciated just leave a comment. Especially interested in the 1978 Atco 7083 release ‘Let’s Get Together’ if anyone can help.

1966 The Pain Gets A Little Deeper Groovy 3001 A
1966 My Judgement Day Groovy 3001 B
1966 My Young Misery Groovy 3004 A
1966 I Gotta Know Why Groovy 3004 B
1966 Gotta Draw The Line Groovy 3007 A
1966 I Gotta Know Why Groovy 3007 B
1966 That Certain Little Something Groovy 3009 A
1966 My Judgement Day Groovy 3009 B
1966 What Have I Got Now Jacklyn 1002 A
1966 Sitting There That Night Jacklyn 1002 B
1967 Infatuation Jacklyn 1003 A
1967 Little Girl Jacklyn 1003 B
1967 What Good Am I Without You Jacklyn 1006 A
1967 Little Girl Jacklyn 1006 B
1968 The Way Of A Man Revue 11008 A
1968 I Like The Way I Feel Revue 11008 B
1968 Gonna Keep Loving You Revue 11023 A
1968 We Can’t Go On This Way Revue 11023 B
1969 Those Hanging Heartaches Revue 11035 A
1969 Sitting There That Night Revue 11035 B
1970 I Think I’m Gonna Write A Song Congress 6011 A
1970 Sitting There That Night Congress 6011 B
1970 When Love Calls Uni 55244 A
1970 Changing By The Minute Uni 55244 B
1971 What Is This Uni 55270 A
1971 Dolly Baby Uni 55270 B
1971 Now Is The Time For Love (Part 1) Genna 1002 A
1971 Now Is The Time For Love (Part 2) Genna 1002 B
1975 Try Something New Crossover 980 A
1975 It’s No Mistake Crossover 980 B
1976 We’ve Got To Get An Understanding Crossover 983 A
1976 This Time I’ll Be The Fool Crossover 983 B
1978 Improve Atco 7083 A
1978 Let’s Get Together Atco 7083 B
1979 Rising Cost Of Love Atlantic 3600 A
1979 Honey, Can I Atlantic 3600 B

A Bonus previously unissued track taken from the recent Masterpieces Of Modern Soul compilation entitled ‘Hope For Love’ is included here.

Hope For Love

Darrow appeared at the legendary Cleethorpes Weekender in June 2006. Unfortunately I didn’t go so anyone who did I’d love to hear what his performance was like.

Cleethorpes Weekender 20006

Cleethorpes Weekender 20006

Here’s a link to a review of the weekend and here’s another link to the programme for the weekend including a brief Darrow Fletcher Biography.

Both above links from www.6ts.info website.

Here’s a collection of tracks I found on YouTube:

Darrow Fletcher [1966] – The Pain Gets A little Deeper [US Groovy 3001]

Darrow Fletcher [1966] – My Young Misery [US Groovy 3004]

Darrow Fletcher [1966] – You Gotta Draw The Line [US Groovy 3007]

Darrow Fletcher [1066] – What Have I Got Now [US Jacklyn 1002]

Darrow Fletcher [1967] – What Good Am I Without You [US Jacklyn 1006]

Darrow Fletcher [1968] – I Like The Way I Feel [US Revue 11008]

Darrow Fletcher [1970] – When Love Calls [US Uni 55244 A]

Darrow Fletcher [1970 Changing By The Minute [US Uni 55244 B]

Darrow Fletcher [1971] – Now It’s Time For Love Part 1 [Genna 1002]

Darrow Fletcher [1971] – Now It’s Time For Love Part 2 [Genna 1002]

Darrow Fletcher [1975] – It’s No Mistake [US Crossover 980]

Darrow Fletcher [1976] – We’ve Got To Get An Understanding [US Crossover 983]

The Montclairs

Posted in 7Ts Soul, Crossover, Modern Soul, Montclairs, Northern Soul on August 20, 2009 by SoulSpinner

Vocal group from East St. Louis, Illinois, USA, named after a brand of cigarettes, comprised lead Phil Perry (b. 1 January 1952, Springfield, Illinois, USA), David Frye, George McLellan, Kevin Sanlin and Clifford “Scotty” Williams. The Montclairs were representative of the vocal group renaissance of the early 70s when falsetto lead and sweet-sound vocals were fashionable. The group recorded their first single in ‘Her You Don’t Fight It’ 1969 on Arch which was only distributed in the St. Louis area, and the following year began recording for bandleader/producer Oliver Sain at his Archway Studio. Sain arranged for the group to be signed with Paula Records, based in Shreveport, Louisiana. Their outstanding hits for the label were “Dreamin’ Out Of Season” (number 34 R&B) from 1972, and “Make Up For Lost Time” (number 46 R&B) from 1974. Their last chart record was “Baby You Know (I’m Gonna Miss You)” from 1974. Their only album, ‘Dreamin’ Out Of Season’, was released in 1972, with the track ‘Prelude To A Heartbreak’ (number 70 R & B) b/w ‘I Need You More Than Ever’ released as a single the following year. They also recorded other sides for the Vanessa, Premium and United International imprints. In 1974, Clifford Williams was drafted into the U.S. military and the group continued as a quartet. After the Montclairs left Paula in 1975 they disbanded.

Perry later worked as a session vocalist and established himself as a popular smooth jazz artist. In 1979, Phil Perry moved to Los Angeles, hooking up with producer Chuck Jackson who signed the singer to Capitol, along with Kevin Sanlin of The Montclairs, to form the duo Perry & Sanlin. Their first single reached number 81. They continued as songwriters and freelance producers. Perry issued his own debut LP, ‘The Heart Of The Man’, for Capitol in 1991 and has continued to release solo album into the new millenium.

The Montclairs (1972) - Dreaming Out Of Season (US Paula)

The Montclairs (1972) - Dreaming Out Of Season (US Paula)

01 – Prelude To A Heartbreak
02 – Do I Stand A Chance
03 – Dreaming’s Out Of Season
04 – Make Up For Lost Time
05 – Beggin’ Is Hard To Do
06 – Just Can’t Get Away
07 – Unwanted Love
08 – Grand Finale
09 – Baby (You Know I’m Gonna Miss You)


The Montclairs (1972) – Dreaming Out Of Season (US Paula)

The Montclairs released only one album ‘Dreaming Out Of Season’ on Paula in 1972, however in 2001 UK Westside issued ‘Make Up For Lost Time The Paula Recordings 1971-1974’ which included the full Dreaming Out Of Season tracklisting in addition to a further 16 tracks.

The Montclairs (2001) - Making Up For Lost Time 1972-1974 The Paula Recordings (UK Westside)

The Montclairs (2001) - Making Up For Lost Time 1972-1974 The Paula Recordings (UK Westside)

Disc: 1
1. Prelude to a Heartbreak
2. Do I Stand a Chance?
3. Dreaming’s Out of Season
4. Beggin’ Is Hard to Do
5. Just Can’t Get Away
6. Unwanted Love
7. Grand Finale
Disc: 2
1. Ease the Pain
2. Out My Back Door
3. Dawn of My Life
4. Angel
5. Horse With Wings
6. I’m Calling You
7. Hung Up on Your Love
8. Make up for Lost Time
9. How Can One Man Live?
10. I Need You More Than Ever
11. All I Really Care About Is You
12. Is It for Real
13. Baby (You Know I’m Gonna Miss You) Pt. 1
14. Baby (You Know I’m Gonna Miss You) Pt. 2
15. Chase Scene Loop (Hung Up on Your Love)
16. Lounge Loop from Hell (I’m Calling You)

Here’s a selection of the top Montclairs tunes (MP3 links to follow soon). Also check out the previous post of their Modern Soul classic ‘Hung Up On Your Love’ along with Woody Cunningham’s 1998 updated cover version.


The Montclairs [1973] – I Need You More Than Ever [US Paula 382]

An outing from 1973 on Paula (‘Prelude To A Heartbreak’ on flip). It also appeared on the flip to the 1973 UK release of ‘Hung Up On Your Love’ on UK Contempo CS.2036. Co written by Bobby Patterson.

The Montclairs (1973) - 45 - 01 - I Need You More Than Ever (US Paula 382)

The Montclairs (1973) - 45 - 01 - I Need You More Than Ever (US Paula 382)

The Montclairs (1973) - 45 - 02 - I Need You More Than Ever (UK Contempo CS.2036)

The Montclairs (1973) - 45 - 02 - I Need You More Than Ever (UK Contempo CS.2036)

The Montclairs [1969] – Hey You Don’t Fight It [US Arch ARA 1305]

The Montclairs (1969) - Hey You Don't Fight It (US Arch ARA 1305)

The Montclairs (1969) - Hey You Don't Fight It (US Arch ARA 1305)

The Montclairs (2001) - Hey You Don't Fight It (UK Grapevine G2K 45-114)

The Montclairs (2001) - Hey You Don't Fight It (UK Grapevine G2K 45-114)

Originally released on Arch 1305 in 1973, this terrific single is a UK 45 rpm reissue on Grapevine. The original issue, on the small St. Louis Arch label, fetches over $2,000 these days. The single appears at #18 in Kev Roberts’ most recent list of the 100 greatest Northern Soul singles.

The Montclairs [1972] – Unwanted Love [US Paula]

Montclairs, The (1972) - Unwanted Love (US Paula 375)

Montclairs, The (1972) - Unwanted Love (US Paula 375)

A tremendous slice of crossover soul … check this out!

Hung Up On Your Love

Posted in 7Ts Soul, Modern Soul, Montclairs, Neo Soul, Northern Soul, Woody Cunningham on July 28, 2009 by SoulSpinner

Linking neatly from the previous Will Downing post. Northern Soul classic The Montclairs ‘Hung Up On Your Love’ taken from the 1972 album ‘Dreaming Out Of Season’ written by Phil Perry and an updated version from 1997 by Woody Cunningham from the Never Say Never LP.

Phil Perry performing Hung Up On Your Love from Ian Levine…

Montclairs, The [1973] - Hung Up On Your Love [UK Contempo CS.2036]

The Montclairs [1973] – Hung Up On Your Love

Woody Cunningham [1997] - Never Say Never

Woody Cunningham [1997] –  Hung Up On Your Love