Sugar Town Sno-Ball: The Northern Exposure Set

12063467_1619144981682929_5217370863550597749_n Coming fresh off the high that is my oft-favorite DJing trip to the Pacific Northwest, I couldn’t wait to clip together some of the great songs that I played for such a swinging audience.

Given I have a somewhat foggy memory of what I played that night, I’m going through the order of which I restacked 45s and LPs in my box to remember how it all panned out. First up to share is my 2nd set that I’m calling “Northern Exposure.” It features my own selection of Mid 60’s “Northern Soul” orientated songs from approximately 1965 through 1968. Click below, or shoot me an email at larsupreme@gmail.com if you’d love an MP3 copy of the set.

1) The Marvelows – “I Do” (1965)
2) Mary Wells – “Use Your Head” (1965)
3) The Spinners – “I’ll Always Love You” (1965)
4) The Supremes – “Mother Dear” (1965)
5) Jerry Butler – “Some Kinda Magic” (1966)
6) Lesley Gore – “I’m Falling Down” (1967)
7) Alvin Cash & The Crawlers – “Twine Time” (1965)
8) The Isley Brothers – “Little Miss Sweetness” (1966)
9) Fontella Bass and Bobby McClure – “Don’t Mess Up A Good Thing” (1965)
10) J.J. Barnes – “Say It” (1966)
11) The Temptations – “Forever In My Heart” (1966)
12) Jimmy Ruffin – “Don’t You Miss Me A Little Bit, Baby” (1967)
13) Inez & Charlie Foxx – “Come By Here” (1966)
14) Tammi Terrell – “Come On And See Me” (1966)
15) Joan Moody – “Music To My Ears” (1966)
16) Kim Weston – “You’re Just The Kind Of Guy” (1967)
17) Gladys Knight & The Pips – “Ain’t You Glad You Chose Love” (1968)

 

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