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Various Artists - This Is Fame 1964-1968 /  Various [Import] - (United Kingdom - Import) (Vinyl)

Various Artists - This Is Fame 1964-1968 / Various [Import] - (United Kingdom - Import) (Vinyl)

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Format: LP 
 (United Kingdom - Import) 

 Limited double vinyl LP pressing in a single jacket with two lavishly illustrated inner sleeves including extensive notes. Fame Records was an off shoot of the renowned Fame Studio, and this special vinyl-only compilation looks at the very best of the label's work during it's first four years. Helmed by owner Rick Hall, aided and abetted by his team who included Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham and the Swampers house band, this LP collects together some of the very finest music from the birth of southern soul. The LP features hits by Clarence Carter and Jimmy Hughes, Northern soul classics from James Barnett and Art Freeman, recordings by Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham as well as a plethora of cuts appearing on vinyl for the very first time. 

 - Disc 1 - 1 Steal Away - Jimmy Hughes 2 It Tears Me Up - James Barnett 3 She Ain't Gonna Do Right - Clarence Carter 4 I Can't Stop (No, No, No) - Arthur Conley 5 That Kind of Lovin' - Otis Clay 6 Fortune Teller - the Del-Rays - Disc 2 - 1 Slippin' Around with You - Art Freeman 2 Keep on Talking - James Barnett 3 Hi-Heel Sneakers - Jimmy Hughes 4 Long Ago - Ben & Spence 5 Don't Make Me Hate Loving You - Jeanie Greene 6 (Take Me) Just As I Am - Dan Penn - Disc 3 - 1 Back in Your Arms - George Jackson 2 Feed the Flame - Billy Young You Really Know How to Hurt a Guy - Ralph "Soul" Jackson 3 Thread the Needle - Clarence Carter 4 A Piece of My Heart - Art Freeman 5 Wish You Didn't Have to Go - Spooner & the Spoons - Disc 4 - 1 Almost Persuaded - June Conquest 2 I'm Gonna Forget About You - Arthur Conley 3 Take a Good Look - James Barnett 4 Come on Home - Herman Moore 5 Blind Can't See - Richard Earl & the Corvettes 6 I Worship the Ground You Walk on - Jimmy Hughes

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