Two more stormers from Deptford Northern Soul Club. Floor fillers primed for the DJs returning to the club circuit.
Featuring The Soul Stirrers’ funky, backbeat- thumping classic ‘Don’t You Worry’, with gorgeous harmonies and a tortured lead vocal.
A gem filled with the kind of soulful positivity we need right now. In every sense, an upbeat classic that fetches around £200 on 7” on the original Checker imprint out of Chess back in 1969.
Backed with The Spinners’ ‘Memories Of Her Love Keep Haunting Me’, an essential piece of lost Tamla Motown from the late 1960s that’s never been officially released as a single before.
Powered by that Motown slap drum sound and a conga player on uppers, it’s a stomping tale of love lost with a super Motown production and a great horn break.
Both mastered from the original sound source for maximum soul sound.
A: The Soul Stirrers - Don't You Worry
B: Spinners - Memories Of Her Love Keep Haunting Me