Various Artists | Ol' Virginia Soul  Part 1  Jump Up And Down

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Ol' Virginia Soul Part 1 Jump Up And Down

by Various Artists

Sixties soul from the old dominion, independent of the commercial restraints of the time, this cd runs the realm from raw transitional to uptown with 69 minutes of music and a 20 page photo/info booklet.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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1. mark iv wilson - jump up and down part 1
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2. sebastian & the house rockers - nobody can do the dog like i d
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3. sebastian & the house rockers - the best man cryed
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4. terry sinclair - what have you heard
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5. terry sinclair - clown suit
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6. lenis guess - for all you've been
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7. lenis guess - thank goodness
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8. honey bees - it happen on a tuesday
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9. stacy henry & the majestics - thru the lonely years
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10. bee gee stans - front page love
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11. gene & the team beats - i'll carry on
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12. Ida Sands - Rescue Me
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13. Ida Sands - Prophesize
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14. Anglos - Since You've Been Gone
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15. Soul Duo - This Is Your Day.
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16. .Barbara Stant - I'm Going To Outfit You Baby
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17. Gene & The Teen Beats - I'll Let Nothing Seperate Me
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18. Soulmasters - You Took Away The Sunshine
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19. Soul Brothers Inc. - Teardrops
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20. Red Coats Revue, Inc. - Keep On Trying
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21. D.C. Magnatones - Does She Love Me
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22. Dream Team - There He Is
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23. Dream Team - I'm Not Satisfied
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24. Bernard Smith & Jokers Wild - Gotta Be A Reason
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25. .Alvin Delk- Ain't Nothin Shakin'
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26. Little Ceaser & The Euterpeans - Good Good Lovin
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27. Mark iv Wilson - Jump Up And Down Part 2
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Reviews of "Ol' Virginia Soul Pt. 1: Jump Up and Down" (Arcania International)

"A great document of a soul scene we know little about... but are finding that we love. This 27-track package offers up a rich array of underground soul from '60's Virginia... there's a really rough feel to a lot of this work - coming across with almost a Birth of Soul feel at times. The package features some well-written notes and the setlist features a load of gems."

- Dusty Groove

"The first CD is a 27-track number, with plenty of exuberant party numbers, plus some expertly sung ballads and love tunes. . . thankfully, this anthology does have extensive liner notes and group histories - details that many non-jazz reissue labels often consider an unnecessary bonus. Hopefully the second volume will be coming shortly because the first is excellent.

- Ron Wynn, The Nashville City Paper


"This 27-cut anthology features regional should-have-beens like Sebastian & The House Rockers, the Honey Bees, Gene & The Team Beats, Bee Gee Stans and the criminally obscure Barbara Stant, who could teach Joss Stone a thing or two about feeling a song. The sound here is of its time musically (and technologically), but not much socially. There are no "I'm black, I'm proud" moments, but plenty of opportunities to shake-your-tail-feather or feel good or bad about the lover you're with (or not). If you've been numbed by the over-produced velveteen pap that passes for soul these days, this is your antidote. *** 1/2 (Three & a Half stars)."

- Tim Finn, Kansas City Star


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