Irresistible R&B dance tracks from one of the biggest and baddest indie labels of them all.
In the ten years it’s taken for this second volume of “King New Breed R&B” to come to fruition the R&B collecting scene has gone from strength to strength. Many great sounds have been discovered languishing in shops and collections and the phenomenon has become truly international. A lot of these records have crossed over to the Northern soul, popcorn and mod music scenes.
Love Man - Hal Hardy
I'm Tore Down - Freddy King
When You Move, You Lose - Lee "Shot" Williams
Send Me A Picture, Baby - Mel Williams
Let's Have A Good Time - The Hi Tones
Two Hearts - The King Pins
All Around The World - Little Willie John
You're Gonna Drive Me Crazy - Dolph Prince'
Why Oh Why - Guitar Crusher
It Hurts Inside - The "5" Royales
Slooptime USA - Bobby & The Expressions
Stop Talking To Your Child (Mother-In-Law) - James Duncan
Geneva - Eugene Church
Why Did We Have To Part - Herb Hardesty and His Band - vocal by Walter "Papoose" Nelson
Gangster Of Love - Johnny "Guitar" Watson
I'm A Cool Teenager - El Pauling & the Royalton
Wild Child - Donnie Elbert
I'm So In Love - Lee Williams & The Moonrays
You'd Better Come Home - The Five Fabulous Demons
I Promise You (I Won't Mention Your Name) - Billy Conn
Say Hey Pretty Baby - Lula Reed & Her Little Teeners w Sonny Thompson & Orch
Your Letter - Willie Wright & His Sparklers
Let Me Walk With You - Eddie Kirk
What Makes You So Tough - Teddy Humphries
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